Iowa State Spring Game Glance

Iowa State Spring Game, Saturday, 2 p.m., Jack Trice Stadium

What's at Stake

Iowa State concludes camp with its annual spring game at Trice Stadium. Admission is free, though all seating will be on the east side of the stadium.

Key Matchup

Wide Receivers vs. Secondary. Iowa State will be looking for more out of its wideouts next fall after losing Marquis Hamilton to graduation. The hope is that Darius Reynolds and Sedrick Johnson will give the Cyclones added firepower. The secondary will be an experienced group, with four upperclassmen back as starters.

Players to Watch

RB Alexander Robinson. He had a breakout season in 2009 despite nagging injuries. A healthy Robinson could mean big things for the offense, which wasn't as explosive as some expected last season.

Facts and Figures

Fans will get their first chance to see senior punter Daniel Kuehl, who's in line to take over in 2010, and third-string quarterback James Capello, a redshirt freshman from Lebanon, Pa....The backup running back job is currently a three-way battle between sophomore Beau Blankenship and freshmen James White and Jeff Woody...Rashawn Parker will return to Trice Stadium after a knee injuy ended his 2009 season after just four games.