Blakeway Worldwide Panoramas
Minnetonka, MN 55343 USA
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.