The Iowa Hawkeyes play Division I college football for the University of Iowa. The Hawkeyes play their home games at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa plays in the Big Ten Conference and are coached by Kirk Ferentz.
Iowa Hawkeyes Football Tickets - History
The Iowa football program began in 1889. A decade later, Iowa had its first undefeated season, which led to an invitation to the Western Conference, which is known as the Big Ten today. The Hawkeyes won their lone national title in 1958, as voted on by the Football Writers Association of America. Iowa has won the Big Ten title 11 times, most recently in 2004 when it went 7-1 in conference play. The Hawkeyes also defeated Louisiana State University, 30-25 in the Capital one Bowl that season. They have been to three straight bowl games since the 2008 season, and won all of them.
Iowa Hawkeyes Football Tickets - Kinnick Stadium
Kinnick Stadium is located at 886 Stadium Drive in Iowa City, Iowa. The Hawkeyes have played there since 1929. The stadium's capacity has been about 70,000 since 2006. It's the sixth-largest stadium in Big Ten, and when it's filled to capacity, Kinnick Stadium would be the fifth-largest city in the state. The stadium is named for Nick Kinnick, who is the school's only Heisman Trophy winner.
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