How to watch Minnesota Vikings vs. Iowa State

On Monday night, the Minnesota Vikings and Iowa State Cyclones faced off in the second game of the second week of the season.

With the Vikings ahead by four points, the Cyclones were down to their final two defenders.

But a fumble by kicker Caleb Sturgis put the ball in the hands of kicker Mason McCallum.

The two players got into a scrum that was eventually broken up by the referee.

It was an easy touchdown.

The Vikings came back to take a 24-17 lead.

Minnesota was not done.

After Sturgist missed a field goal, kicker Dustin Hopkins made a 25-yard field goal with one second left.

The score was 24-20.

Iowa lost their fourth straight.

The next play, Iowa ran a long, perfect pass to McCallam, who made a 33-yarder to put the game away.

The Cyclones didn’t have much time left on the clock.

Minnesota got another field goal and tied the score at 24 with less than three minutes to play.

But it was a different story when Iowa went for the end zone with 6:36 left.

Minnesota scored the last three points of the game and came back in the game with a 21-17 win.

It’s the fourth straight win for the Cyclone offense.

Minnesota’s offense has put up 35 or more points in nine straight games.

The only teams to do it in a row are the New England Patriots (seven straight) and the Chicago Bears (seven consecutive).

On Monday night, the Minnesota Vikings and Iowa State Cyclones faced off in the second game of the second week…