Iowa State wide receiver extended his nation-leading catch streak to 41 games on Saturday during the first quarter against Kansas.
ISU offense stalls. Lazard does pick up a reception. His streak is now at 41-straight games with a catch, the nation's longest active streak
— Cyclone Football (@CycloneFB) October 14, 2017
Lazard caught a 1-yard pass to keep the streak alive. The senior has caught 27 passes for a total of 310 yards on the season.
Iowa State is looking for its fourth win of the season on Saturday. A win for the Cyclones would eclipse Iowa State’s total of three wins in all of 2016.
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