Iowa Hawkeyes Football Tickets

Iowa Hawkeyes Football tickets

Iowa Hawkeyes Football Schedule in 2014

The Iowa Hawkeyes are ready to take to the football field this season in an effort to win as many games as possible in their quest for the Big Ten title. The Hawkeyes have a roster filled with talent this season thanks to a great combination of returning players and new recruits. The Big Ten is one of the oldest and more revered conferences in college football, and that makes for some riveting competition within its ranks on an annual basis. The Hawkeyes are looking to rise in the stands in 2014 after a 2013 season in which they played solid football and won eight total games. The Hawkeyes won five Big Ten matchups but also lost three, so the team would love to improve in conference play this season. The team is riding a wave of confidence coming out of spring ball, as they had some encouraging practices. The Hawkeyes played in their annual spring game as well, as fans packed in Kinnick Stadium to see this year's squad. The idea of the Hawkeyes contending for the Big Ten title is starting to catch on around the nation, and the spring game featured a redshirt freshman that could make a serious impact in the Iowa passing game in 2014 in Derrick Willies. Willies hauled in five catches for 142 yards and a touchdown in the spring game and possesses great size and explosive ability on the outside. The Hawkeyes would love to see him produce once the regular season comes around, as the team faces a multitude of tough matchups on their home turf in 2014.

The Hawkeyes have a tough game coming their way on November 22nd when the Wisconsin Badgers come to town. The Badgers always have one of the best teams in the Big Ten, and that should be the case yet again this year. The Hawkeyes will have to play their best in the trenches to get the job done against a solid Badgers squad in this one, and it could end up playing a huge role in how things shake out in the conference standings come season's end.

The Hawkeyes will close out their home schedule on November 28th with the Nebraska Cornhuskers, a program that is always attracting some of the most talented recruits in the nation. Nebraska is never lacking in the talent department, but the Hawkeyes can take them down at Kinnick Stadium this year with some disciplined football. The final home game of the season is always a great time to head out to the stadium, and loads of fans will pack the house in Iowa City to see this fantastic Big Ten matchup unfold right before their eyes.


Iowa Hawkeyes Football History

A member of the Big Ten Conference since it began in 1900, the Iowa Hawkeyes are one of the most storied college football programs in the country. The Hawkeyes actually first took to the field in 1889, and have built a strong tradition of winning football since then. With 13 conference championships, the Iowa Hawkeyes are always a threat to win the conference with their long history of athletic offensive line play and a tough running attack. The team has had 22 All-Americans over the course of the program's history. The Hawkeyes are routinely one of the best teams in the nation, and they boast a great fan base as a result. They play their home games at Kinnick Stadium, which is capable of holding 70,000 screaming fans. Every season the Hawkeyes add to a history that is already impressive.


Fan Experience

The game day experience inside Kinnick Stadium may only be matched the experience outside. Tailgating is one of college football's best traditions, bringing fans, students and alumni together before the game, usually with food spread, cold drinks and maybe throwing the football around. It can be as much of a part of the game day experience as the game itself. The scene outside Kinnick Stadium before games is legendary, uniting the Iowa City with the students of the university, where the black and gold of the Hawkeyes runs so deep.

Once the game starts, and 70,000 Iowa fans settle into the stands to watch their Hawkeyes play, the spirit of the school shines through. The fans stand together, cheering in unison in the sunshine, rain, mud and snow. Hawkeyes fans have proven over the years that they cheer on their team in the best and worst of Iowa weather. When you attend a game at Kinnick Stadium, you will experience one of the very best college football atmospheres in the country. With almost $100 million worth of renovations and improvements over the last decade has made Kinnick Stadium one of the very best places to experience a Saturday of sports, before, during and after the game.


Iowa Hawkeyes Football Trivia

Who is the Hawkeyes famed football stadium named after?

Kinnick Stadium is named after Nile Kinnick, the only Heisman Trophy winner in the history of the University of Iowa. He was a consensus All American in 1939, but was tragically killed in a training flight while serving his country in the Navy during World War II.


Iowa Hawkeyes Football Fans

Fans of the Iowa Hawkeyes are always ready to hit the stands for a Big Ten matchup involving their favorite team, and this season will be no different. The Big Ten is always one of the toughest conferences in the country. Like the SEC, there are usually three or four teams ranked in the Top 25, with every game sure to have postseason ramifications. The Big Ten has been divided into 2 divisions after the conference realigned, with the Legends and Leaders making up the Big Ten. The Iowa Hawkeyes are in the Legends Division, where they compete with rivals like the Michigan Wolverines and newly added Nebraska Cornhuskers for a spot in the Big Ten Championship Game. The Michigan Wolverines lead the Big Ten all time in wins a Big Ten Championships, but year in and year out, this very competitive conference is anybody's to win.

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