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Iowa State Cyclones Panorama - Jack Trice Stadium Picture

Iowa State Cyclones Panorama - Jack Trice Stadium Picture

SKU: IASU3
This panorama of Jack Trice Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the jubilation after the in-state battle between the Iowa State Cyclones and the Iowa Hawkeyes for the Cy-Hawk Trophy. At the end of the afternoon, the Cyclones emerged victorious after triple overtime for a final score of 44-41. The 56,085 fans who packed Jack Trice Stadium set the second-highest attendance record in stadium history. Many of those fans rushed the field at the conclusion to share in the Cyclone victory. The Iowa State – Iowa Rivalry began on October 1, 1894, with Iowa State winning 16-8. Today it is still one of the most highly anticipated football games in the state of Iowa.
Iowa State Cyclones Panoramic - Jack Trice Stadium Panorama

Iowa State Cyclones Panoramic - Jack Trice Stadium Panorama

SKU: IASU1
This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, captures the Iowa State Cyclones football team playing on their home turf - Jack Trice Stadium. Located on one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation, Jack Trice Stadium was named in honor of Jack Trice, Iowa State's first African-American athlete. Since opening in 1975, the stadium has experienced several renovations and today seats 55,000 fans. The Iowa State Cyclones play in Division I-A as a member of the Big 12 Conference. Founded in 1858 in Ames, Iowa, as the Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm, Iowa State University's 26,000 students can choose from over 100 majors and more than 500 student organizations.
Iowa State Cyclones Panoramic - Jack Trice Stadium Picture

Iowa State Cyclones Panoramic - Jack Trice Stadium Picture

SKU: IASU2
This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the Iowa State Cyclones football team as they make a game winning touchdown on their home turf -- Jack Trice Stadium. Located on one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation, Jack Trice Stadium was named in honor of Jack Trice, Iowa State's first African-American athlete. Since opening in 1975, the stadium has experienced several renovations and today seats 55,000 fans. Founded in 1858 in Ames, Iowa, Iowa State University has grown considerably. It is now recognized internationally for its comprehensive research programs and has over 100 majors and more than 800 student organizations with student enrollment near 30,000.
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Iowa State University Cyclones Panoramic Pictures

Iowa State University Cyclones Panoramic Pictures | Iowa State Cyclones Logo

As a member of the Big 12 Conference in NCAA Division I, Iowa State Cyclones panoramas encompass many years of varsity victories, particularly with the school's football team which originated in 1892. Playing on home turf at Jack Trice Stadium, Cyclones panoramas capture as many as 55,000 spectators cheering on the team to victory. The stadium is named after former student Jack Trice, who was Iowa State University's first African-American athlete.

Panoramic photography of Iowa State Cyclones football games often captures some of the most passionate players in collegiate sports, particularly in games featuring the Iowa State - Iowa rivalry, which has spanned over a hundred years of play. Today, the winner of this anticipated game takes home the coveted Cy-Hawk Trophy, named after the Iowa State Cyclones and rival, Iowa Hawkeyes.

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