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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.