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Cyclones fans can now show devotion with cereal

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Iowa State fans can now show their devotion to the Cyclones at the breakfast table.

A new cereal know as Cyclone Crunch is now available in some grocery stores in central Iowa.

The red and gold-colored box features an Iowa State football player on the cover and offers facts about the program.

People who have tried the cereal say it tastes a lot like Captain Crunch cereal.

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