ISU's Wigginton learning role as sixth man

TULSA, Okla. (KCRG) -- Iowa State will need a big game from its sophomores and freshmen Friday against Ohio State. One of those sophomores has gone from a starter to a key player off the bench.

Last year as freshman, Lindell Wigginton scored 518 points, which was the second-most by any freshman in Iowa State history. He also started all 31 games. This year, his role changed. A foot injury kept him out of the first 10 games of the season. Since his return, he's come off the bench and was recently named the Big 12 6th Man of the Year.