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Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic Picture - Kinnick Stadium Football Panorama

Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic Picture - Kinnick Stadium Football Panorama

SKU: UIA5
This panorama, photographed by James Blakeway, captures The University of Iowa Hawkeyes taking on the University of Pittsburgh Panthers for a thrilling night of football. The image depicts Hawkeye fans showing their team spirit by “striping” historic Kinnick Stadium in the traditional black and gold Iowan colors. Hawkeye football began in 1872, when it was first played as an intramural game against other local colleges. It wasn’t until 1889 that a competitive varsity team was first recognized. In 1899, Iowa completed its first undefeated season, which led to an invitation to join the Western Conference, known to college football fans today as the Big 10 Conference.
Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic - Kinnick Stadium Picture - Football - Spirit Week

Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic - Kinnick Stadium Picture - Football - Spirit Week

SKU: UIA3
This panorama, photographed by Robert Pettit, captured the Iowa Hawkeyes football team playing the Black and Gold Spirit Game at Kinnick Stadium to a sold out crowd. The University of Iowa's fans showed their spirit by wearing gold in the even numbered sections and black in the odd sections, which gave them the opportunity to "Paint the Town Black and Gold" and "stripe" historic Kinnick Stadium in their school colors. Iowa Hawkeyes football was founded in 1889, completed its first undefeated season in 1899, and began competing in the Big Ten Conference in 1900. The University is located in Iowa City, Iowa, and is considered one of America's ‘Public Ivy' universities.
Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic - Kinnick Stadium Picture - Football

Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic - Kinnick Stadium Picture - Football

SKU: UIA2
This panorama, photographed by Robert Pettit, captures The University of Iowa football team claiming a Homecoming game victory over Big Ten Conference rival Michigan on Oct. 10, 2009. Formerly known as Iowa Stadium, the football facility opened in 1929 after only seven months of construction. Iowa Stadium was renamed in 1972 after Nile Kinnick, The University of Iowa's 1939 Heisman Trophy winner, who died in service during World War II. Kinnick Stadium unveiled a new look 2006 with the completion of an $89 million renovation that moved capacity to 70,585. The UI football program officially began in 1889. The University of Iowa was founded in 1847 in Iowa City, Iowa, and currently enrolls over 30,000 students.
Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic - Kinnick Stadium Picture

Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic - Kinnick Stadium Picture

SKU: UI1
This aerial panoramic photograph of the University of Iowa's Kinnick Stadium was taken by James Blakeway and features the Iowa Hawkeyes playing to a sold-out stadium. Historic Kinnick Stadium is named after 1939 Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick. With a capacity of 70,585, Kinnick Stadium ranks as one of the 20 largest college-owned stadiums in the nation. The Hawkeyes compete in the Big Ten Conference and rank among the top 25 schools in the nation in home attendance. Founded in 1847 in Iowa City, Iowa, as the state's first public institution of higher learning, enrollment now tops 29,900, and several UI programs rank among the nations best.
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University of Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic Pictures

University of Iowa Hawkeyes Panoramic Pictures | Iowa Hawkeyes Logo

The University of Iowa, located in Iowa City, was founded in 1847 and is the oldest University in the state. With dozens of varsity teams, the University's athletic teams are known as the Iowa Hawkeyes. The school's football and basketball programs are overwhelmingly the most popular of these since the founding of the first teams in 1889. The Iowa football program in particular has produced many All-Americans and a Heisman Trophy winner.

Playing home games at Kinnick Stadium, Iowa Hawkeyes football panoramas capture over 70,000 passionate fans cheering on the Hawkeyes in their dominance of the Big Ten Conference. The team has a number of rivalries and coveted trophies during these games: the Cy-Hawk Trophy, vs. the Iowa State Cyclones; the Floyd of Rosedale, vs. the Minnesota Golden Gophers; the Heroes Trophy, vs. the Nebraska Huskers; and the Heartland Trophy, vs. the Wisconsin Badgers.

Panoramic photography of Carver-Hawkeye Arena captures the excitement of Hawkeye basketball, played to over 15,000 fans. While the team was officially founded in 1902, its first games were in the late 1800s as unofficial events vs. the University of Chicago. They have since competed in Big Ten games as of 1909, and are a widely celebrated team in NCAA basketball today.

While the University of Iowa is the smallest school in the Big Ten Conference, these Iowa Hawkeyes panoramic pictures capture the football passion of the largest university in Iowa. Iowa Hawkeyes panoramas capture some of the most dedicated fans in collegiate sports, with Kinnick Stadium filled with the school colors of black and gold and some games even famously doing "Stripe the Stadium" with the team's colors.

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