|Iowa State Cyclones football|
|2019 Iowa State Cyclones|
|Head coach||Matt Campbell|
|4th year, 20–19 (.513)|
|Home stadium||Jack Trice Stadium|
|Location||Ames, Iowa, U.S.|
|Conference||Big 12 Conference|
|Past conferences|| Independent (1892–1907)|
Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MVIAA) (1908–1927)
Big Six/Seven/Eight Conference (1928–1995)
|All-time record||528–636–46 (.455)|
|Postseason bowl record||4–10 (.286)|
|Claimed national titles||0|
|Conference titles||2 (1911, 1912)|
|Division titles||1 (2004)|
|Rivalries|| Iowa (rivalry)|
Kansas State (rivalry)
|Colors||Cyclone Cardinal and Cyclone Gold
|Fight song||ISU Fights|
|Marching band||"Iowa State University Cyclone Football 'Varsity' Marching Band"|
Football first made its way onto the Iowa State campus in 1878 as a recreational sport, but it was not until 1892 that Iowa State organized its first team to represent the school in football. In 1894, college president William M. Beardshear spearheaded the foundation of an athletic association to officially sanction Iowa State football teams. The 1894 team finished with a 6-1 mark. The Cyclones compete each year for traveling trophies. Since 1977, Iowa State and Iowa compete annually for the Cy-Hawk Trophy. Iowa State competes in an annual rivalry game against Kansas State known as Farmageddon and against former conference foe Missouri for the Telephone Trophy. The Cylonces main rival is the Iowa Hawkeyes. Unfortunately for Iowa State, this competition has not gone well in recent years. The Hawkeyes have won the last four games. Nevertheless, this rivalry has provided excitement for fans from Ames and Iowa City alike.
- Independent (1892–1907)
- Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1908–1927)
- Big Six/Seven/Eight Conference (1928–1995)
- Big 12 Conference (1996–present)
Iowa State has won two conference championships in school history. Both Iowa State conference championships were during their membership in the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MVIAA), which would later be known as the Big Eight Conference.
|Conference titles won|
|Year||Conference||Head Coach||Overall record||Conf. Record|
Divisional championships Edit
Iowa State competed in the Big 12 North Division from 1996–2010, winning a share of one division title during that time.
|Divison championships won|
|Year||Conference||Head Coach||Overall record||Conf. Record||Opponent||Game result|
|2004†||Big 12 North||Dan McCarney||7–5||4–4||Colorado||N/A lost tie-breaker|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Big Eight Conference Football Championship History Sponsored by the Big Eight Conference (1907–1995). Bigeightsports.com. Retrieved on 2015-06-12.
- ↑ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/football_records/2018/awards.pdf
- ↑ "History of Iowa State: Time Line, 1875-1899. Iowa State University. 2007.". Archived from the original on 2009-04-10.