2014 Iowa Hawkeyes Football Road Schedule
The Iowa Hawkeyes are coming off of a very exciting 2013 campaign, a
season in which they bounced back from a down year in 2012 and once again were major factors in the elite Big 10. Winning
eight games overall and going 5-3 within the conference, the Hawkeyes clearly did plenty of things right in 2012, though fans
know that this is a team that is capable of doing even more on the gridiron. With some exciting new additions to the roster
and some talented players from last year looking to take their games to the next level, this is one of those teams that you'll
definitely want to keep your eye on as they look to make their move in the Big 10.
Home games at Kinnick Stadium are
sure to be absolutely rocking with passionate fans, but there are more ways to enjoy Hawkeyes football than just at home.
On the road, the Hawkeyes will be looking to make a statement all season long, providing even more opportunities to see the
Hawkeyes do their thing. Away from home against Pitt, Purdue, Maryland, Illinois, the Hawkeyes have all types of exciting
matchups that are guaranteed to have quite a bit of fanfare throughout the year, giving you many reasons to make the Hawkeyes
the centerpiece of a road trip. When you're there watching the Hawkeyes take down another powerhouse on the road, it won't
be hard to see that it doesn't get any better than this.
Iowa Hawkeyes Football Team Info
never have an easy road to a successful season, and that's largely due to the fact that they play in one of the most competitive
conferences in all the land, the Big 10. The Big 10 boasts such storied programs as Michigan, Ohio State, Nebraska, Indiana,
Wisconsin and more, which means that it tends to be powerhouse versus powerhouse whenever the Hawkeyes hit the field for a
highly anticipated matchup. This is a team that has gained a reputation for having some of the stars of both today and tomorrow
hitting the field on a regular basis, which is why fans tend to be glued to the action as the Hawkeyes look to reach their
potential and do some serious damage in the Big 10.
NCAA Football Experience
If you've never been in the
stands for a big college football game, you have absolutely no idea what you've been missing. Sure, you can get a glimpse
of the big game from that limited flatscreen, but it's a completely different experience being there and feeling the electricity
of the crowd. When it comes to college football, this is a game that springs to a completely different level when you get
a chance to see your favorite team in person, and that holds true for away games as well as for the home ones. As you watch
a team like the Hawkeyes battle with another star-heavy team on the road, the experience will speak for itself.
Hawkeyes Football History
With a program that dates all the way back to 1889, the Hawkeyes know their way around the
gridiron, bringing a steady stream of memorable seasons to their fan base and building into a prominent national powerhouse.
The Big 10 is where the best of the best get to compete on a regular basis and the Hawkeyes have never backed away from the
challenge. With more than 600 all-time wins, 13 conference titles and 22 consensus All-Americans, the Hawkeyes have a program
that is one of the very best in all of the land, making them a consistent threat to run the table and challenge for a spot
atop the Big 10.
Iowa Hawkeyes Football Trivia
Did you know that the Hawkeyes had back-to-back Heisman
In 1957, Alex Karras nearly became the second Hawkeye to win the Heisman (the other being Nile Kinnick),
Karras ultimately finished as the runner-up. Next year, it was quarterback Randy Duncan who dazzled defenses around the league
and finished as the runner-up to the Heisman before being selected first overall by the Packers in the 1959 NFL draft. Recently,
it was quarterback Brad Banks who again challenged to be the Heisman, finishing as the runner-up in 2002.
Hawkeyes Football Fans
The Iowa Hawkeyes football team is known for its rowdy home games, and you can't call yourself
a real fan if you've never been to Kinnick Stadium. But even though Kinnick is always rocking, Hawkeyes games are just as
fun on the road when they take on a prominent Big 10 rival. There has never been a better time to see some of the incredible
collegiate athletes that will be fighting with everything they've got to take home a win for Iowa away from home this season.
This is as good as college football gets, as watching a talented team like the Hawkeyes wrestle away a huge win from the home
team is something that you'll remember long after the final whistle. With the Hawkeyes' fan base known for showing their support
wherever the Hawkeyes play, you're to see plenty of black and gold all year long in another intense season of Big 10 football.