By Cyclone Athletics
AMES, Iowa – Iowa State assistant wrestling coach Travis Paulson will coach the Cyclones for the remainder of the 2016-17 season. The move takes effect immediately.
Coach Kevin Jackson approached Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard this week to express his desire to not coach the team in the post-season.
The move gives Paulson, who is in his sixth season at ISU, an opportunity to lead the Cyclones at the Big 12 and NCAA Championships.
Travis Paulson, his brother Trent and Angel Escobedo will serve as the Cyclones coaching staff for the rest of the year.
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[…] down from the head coaching position last month. Jackson stepping down allowed Travis Paulson to take over the Cyclones as interim head coach which freed up an assistant position for […]
I sure hope Dresser cleans house, this program is in dissaray and needs a complete overhaul.
Wow, way to show your true colors. Don’t let the door hit ya in the ass and I would hope Pollard sees just where he stood with this team and program and doesn’t keep him on the payroll for any so called position.
I paid for season tickets for way to long hoping he would turn things around, boy did he fool me and not to finish the season with the kids who worked their butts off for him…classless.
They still sell season tickets? I thought when they put the curtain up to shrink the stadium to make it look more full than it was, they just let you in for free.
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