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Iowa State's first two games of the 2014 football season will be on national television. Iowa State's first two games of the 2014 football season will be on national television.
AMES, Iowa - Iowa State’s first two football games of the 2014 season will be on national television, announced Thursday by the Big 12 Conference.

Iowa State’s season-opener vs. North Dakota State in Jack Trice Stadium (Aug. 30) will be televised nationally on FS1 with kickoff at 11 a.m. CT. North Dakota State has won three-straight FCS national titles.

Iowa State opens Big 12 competition the following weekend by playing host to Kansas State on Sept. 6. The game against the Wildcats will also be shown on FS1 with kickoff set for 11 a.m. CT.

Iowa State broke its home season attendance record last season, averaging 55,361 fans per game at Jack Trice Stadium. Over 50,000 fans have packed Jack Trice Stadium for a school-record 19-straight games, including three sellouts in 2013.
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