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227's YouTube Chili'-ESPN-BCS-Iowa Hawkeyes football From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Iowa Hawkeyes football First season 1889 Athletic director Gary Barta Head coach Kirk Ferentz 11th year, 81–55 (.596) Home stadium Kinnick Stadium Stadium capacity 70,585 Stadium surface Field Turf Location Iowa City, Iowa League NCAA Division I Conference Big Ten Past conferences Independent (1889–1891; 1897–1899) Western Interstate University Football Association (1892–1896) Missouri Valley (1907–1908) All-time record 580–512–39 (.530) Postseason bowl record 13–10–1 Claimed national titles 1 Conference titles 11 Heisman winners 1 Consensus All-Americans 19 Current uniform Colors Gold and Black Fight song Iowa Fight Song Mascot Herky the Hawk Marching band Hawkeye Marching Band Rivals Iowa State Cyclones Minnesota Golden Gophers Wisconsin Badgers Website Iowa Hawkeyes football The Iowa Hawkeyes football team is the interscholastic football team at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa. The Hawkeyes have competed in the Big Ten Conference since 1900, and are currently a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Contents [hide] 1 History 2 Notable seasons 2.1 Season records 2.2 Current team 2.3 National championships 2.4 Conference championships 2.5 Appearances in the final Associated Press Poll 2.6 Bowl games 3 Individual honors 4 Kinnick Stadium 5 Traditions 5.1 Trophy games 5.2 Songs 5.3 Mascot 5.4 Hawkeye Marching Band 5.5 Logos and uniforms 5.6 Gameday traditions 6 References 7 External links  History Main article: History of Iowa Hawkeyes football Football was first played as a club sport at Iowa in 1872, with intramural games against other colleges played as early as 1882, but it was not until 1889 that the University of Iowa first officially recognized a varsity football team. In 1899, Iowa completed its first undefeated football season, which led to an invitation to join the Western Conference, now known as the Big Ten Conference, the following year. In 1900, the Hawkeyes secured another undefeated season and won a share of the Western Conference title in their first year in the league. Iowa claimed consecutive Big Ten titles in 1921 and 1922. The Hawkeyes won 20 straight games in the early 1920’s under the guidance of Hall of Fame coach Howard Jones. Jones soon left Iowa and established a powerhouse at Southern California, and the Hawkeyes were abysmal for most of the 1930’s. As a result, little was expected of Iowa’s 1939 team, led by new coach Eddie Anderson. Nicknamed the “Ironmen”, the 1939 Hawkeyes scored several upset victories and vaulted into the national rankings. Though Iowa fell a game short of the Big Ten title, team MVP Nile Kinnick won almost every major national award, including the 1939 Heisman Trophy. Forest Evashevski was hired as Iowa’s head coach in 1952. He lured Calvin Jones to Iowa, where Jones became the first Hawkeye – and the first African-American – to win the Outland Trophy in 1955. From 1956–1960, Evashevski led Iowa to four finishes in the top five of the national rankings, three Big Ten Conference titles, two Rose Bowl victories, and the 1958 FWAA national championship. After the 1960 season, Evashevski left coaching to become Iowa’s athletic director. The result was nineteen consecutive non-winning seasons for the Hawkeyes from 1962–1980. Four head coaches after Evashevski were hired and left without success. Hall of Fame coach Hayden Fry was hired after the 1978 season to try to reverse Iowa’s fortunes. After decades of losing, Fry revived the Iowa program. In 20 years at Iowa, he led the Hawks to 14 bowl games, three Big Ten titles, and three Rose Bowl appearances. Fry retired in 1998, turning the program over to former assistant Kirk Ferentz. Ferentz led Iowa to three consecutive top ten finishes from 2002–04 and two Big Ten titles. The Hawkeyes have played in eight bowl games in the past nine seasons and in 22 bowl games over the last 29 seasons. Iowa has cracked the top 25 at the end of the season five times during the Kirk Ferentz era - No. 8 in 2002–04, No. 20 in 2008, and No. 7 in 2009. Iowa will begin its 122nd season of football, and its 111th season in the Big Ten, in 2010.  Notable seasons  Season records Main article: Iowa Hawkeyes football seasons The Hawkeyes began playing football as a club sport in 1872, and began playing intramural games against other colleges in 1882, but it was not until 1889 when Iowa challenged Grinnell College to an interscholastic varsity football game. Since then, the Hawkeyes have played over 1,000 games, including 24 bowl games.  Current team Main article: 2009 Iowa Hawkeyes football team The 2009 Hawkeyes, coached by Kirk Ferentz, achieved a final record of 11-2 overall and 6-2 in the Big Ten. The team got off to the best start in school history. Narrow home victories over Northern Iowa and Arkansas State coupled with double digit road wins over Penn State and Wisconsin fueled a 7-0 start. Ferentz' 2009 Hawks became the first Iowa team to win eight games to start a season by winning at Michigan State, 15-13, with a touchdown pass on the final play of the game. After defeating Indiana to run their record to 9-0, Iowa's Cinderella story came to an abrupt halt. While leading 10-0 in the second quarter, the Hawkeyes lost quarterback Ricky Stanzi to an ankle injury. Unable to muster enough offense the rest of the game, the Hawkeyes were dealt their first of loss of the season by Northwestern with a score of 17-10. Iowa then lost the de facto Big Ten championship game at Ohio State, 27-24, in a hard-fought overtime thriller. The Hawkeyes shut out Minnesota to finish the regular season with a 10-2 record and were selected for their second BCS bowl game under Ferentz by being invited to the 2010 Orange Bowl. Iowa defeated Georgia Tech 24-14, to earn the school's first BCS bowl win and their first victory in a BCS-level bowl since the 1959 Rose Bowl. Iowa finished the season ranked #7 in the AP Poll and with an 11-2 record that tied the school record for victories in a season.  National championships Iowa finished the 1958 regular season ranked #2 in the AP poll, behind 11–0 LSU, although that vote was taken before the bowl games. Iowa convincingly won the 1959 Rose Bowl, 38–12, setting or tying six Rose Bowl records. The Football Writers Association of America, arguably the most prestigious organization at the time to vote on a national champion after the bowls were played, gave their national championship trophy, the Grantland Rice Award, to Iowa. Year Coach Selector Record Bowl Game 1958 Forest Evashevski Football Writers Association of America 8–1–1 Rose Bowl  Conference championships Iowa has won 12 major conference championships in school history. Iowa was a member of the Western Interstate University Football Association prior to joining the Western Conference, now known as the Big Ten, in 1900. Iowa currently claims 11 Big Ten Conference championships: Year Coach Conference Record Overall Record Outright/Shared Bowl Game 1896 Alfred E. Bull 3–0–1 7–1–1 Outright 1900 Alden Knipe 2–0–1 7–0–1 Shared 1921 Howard Jones 5–0–0 7–0–0 Outright 1922 Howard Jones 5–0–0 7–0–0 Shared 1956 Forest Evashevski 5–1–0 9–1–0 Outright Won Rose Bowl 1958 Forest Evashevski 5–1–0 8–1–1 Outright Won Rose Bowl 1960 Forest Evashevski 5–1–0 8–1–0 Shared 1981 Hayden Fry 6–2–0 8–4–0 Shared Lost Rose Bowl 1985 Hayden Fry 7–1–0 10–2–0 Outright Lost Rose Bowl 1990 Hayden Fry 6–2–0 8–4–0 Shared Lost Rose Bowl 2002 Kirk Ferentz 8–0–0 11–2–0 Shared Lost Orange Bowl 2004 Kirk Ferentz 7–1–0 10–2–0 Shared Won Capital One Bowl 11-time Big Ten Champions  Appearances in the final Associated Press Poll Iowa has made 284 appearances in the Associated Press poll over 36 seasons, including 112 weeks in the top 10. Iowa has finished the year ranked in the final Associated Press poll of the season 21 times: Year Ranking Record 1939 9 6–1–1 1953 9 5–3–1 1956 3 8–1 1957 6 7–1–1 1958 2 7–1–1 1960 3 8–1 1981 18 8–4 Year Ranking Record 1983 14 9–3 1984 16 8–4–1 1985 10 10–2 1986 16 9–3 1987 16 10–3 1990 18 8–4 1991 10 10–1–1 Year Ranking Record 1995 25 8–4 1996 18 9–3 2002 8 11–2 2003 8 10–3 2004 8 10–2 2008 20 9–4 2009 7 11–2  Bowl games Iowa has appeared in 24 bowl games, including 22 bowl games the past 29 seasons. In bowl games, Iowa has a 13-10-1 record: Date Bowl W/L Opponent PF PA January 1, 1957 Rose Bowl W Oregon State 35 19 January 1, 1959 Rose Bowl W California 38 12 January 1, 1982 Rose Bowl L Washington 0 28 December 31, 1982 Peach Bowl W Tennessee 28 22 December 30, 1983 Gator Bowl L Florida 6 14 December 16, 1984 Freedom Bowl W Texas 55 17 January 1, 1986 Rose Bowl L UCLA 28 45 December 30, 1986 Holiday Bowl W San Diego State 39 38 December 30, 1987 Holiday Bowl W Wyoming 20 19 December 31, 1988 Peach Bowl L North Carolina State 23 28 January 1, 1991 Rose Bowl L Washington 34 46 December 30, 1991 Holiday Bowl T BYU 13 13 December 31, 1993 Alamo Bowl L California 3 37 December 29, 1995 Sun Bowl W Washington 38 18 December 29, 1996 Alamo Bowl W Texas Tech 27 0 December 31, 1997 Sun Bowl L Arizona State 7 17 December 29, 2001 Alamo Bowl W Texas Tech 19 16 January 2, 2003 Orange Bowl L Southern California 17 38
January 1, 2004 Outback Bowl W Florida 37 17 January 1, 2005 Capital One Bowl W LSU 30 25 January 2, 2006 Outback Bowl L Florida 24 31 December 29, 2006 Alamo Bowl L Texas 24 26 January 1, 2009 Outback Bowl W South Carolina 31 10 January 5, 2010 Orange Bowl W Georgia Tech 24 14 Total 24 Bowl Games 13-10-1 600 550  Individual honors Main article: List of Iowa Hawkeyes football honorees Over the course of the team's history, individual Hawkeye players of exceptional ability have received many accolades. Iowa has had several players inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, College Football Hall of Fame, Canadian Football Hall of Fame, and Iowa Sports Hall of Fame. Individual Hawkeyes have won many prestigious national awards, including the Outland Trophy, the Davey O'Brien Award, Doak Walker Award, and the Heisman Trophy. 92 Hawkeyes have been named a first-team or second-team All-American, and 22 have been named consensus first-team All-Americans. The Iowa Hawkeyes have had ten players win the Big Ten Most Valuable Player Award, and 219 Hawks have earned All-Big Ten recognition. Iowa has had 229 NFL draft picks, and several former Hawkeye players have gone on to become NFL head coaches or Division I college head coaches. Only two numbers have ever been retired by the Hawkeye football program, Nile Kinnick's #24 and Cal Jones' #62. Kinnick won the University of Iowa's only Heisman Trophy in 1939, while Jones was the first African-American to win the Outland Trophy in 1955.  Kinnick Stadium Main article: Kinnick Stadium Kinnick Stadium, formerly known as Iowa Stadium, is the home stadium of the University of Iowa Hawkeyes in Iowa City, Iowa. It opened as Iowa Stadium in 1929; prior to that time, Iowa played its home games at Iowa Field. Iowa Stadium was renamed Kinnick Stadium in 1972 in honor of Nile Kinnick, the 1939 Heisman Trophy winner and the only Heisman winner in university history, who died in service during World War II. It currently holds up to 70,585 people, making it the 27th largest college football stadium in America and the 86th largest sports stadium in the world.  Traditions  Trophy games The Hawkeyes play three annual rivalry trophy games. By far, Iowa's oldest rivalry trophy is Floyd of Rosedale, which has been awarded to the winner of the Iowa-Minnesota game every season since 1935. Iowa plays Iowa State for the Cy-Hawk Trophy, which was created when the Iowa-Iowa State series resumed in 1977. Iowa has played Wisconsin for the Heartland Trophy since 2004.  Songs Iowa's official fight song is the Iowa Fight Song which is sung by the marching band and the fans. Iowa's school song is On Iowa. Iowa also plays a third fight song, entitled Roll Along Iowa. After victories the band plays "In Heaven There Is No Beer".  Mascot Iowa's mascot is Herky the Hawk, a black and gold caricature of a Hawk. Herky was created as a cartoon in 1948, and first appeared at a sporting event in 1959.  Hawkeye Marching Band Originally founded in 1881, the Hawkeye Marching Band now performs at all Iowa Hawkeye home football games. The band also travels with the team to usually one away game per year and any post-season bowl games.  Logos and uniforms In 1979, Hayden Fry helped to create the Tigerhawk, the logo seen on Iowa's football helmets. Since both teams shared the colors of black and gold, Fry gained permission from the Pittsburgh Steelers, the dominant NFL program of the 1970s, to overhaul Iowa’s uniforms in the Steelers’ image. Fry's idea was that if the team were going to act like winners, they first needed to dress like winners. Fry had originally asked Steelers Defensive Tackle "Mean" Joe Greene for a replica helmet and home jersey; Greene was able to send Fry to one of the team owners, and three days later, the owners sent Fry reproduction copies of the home and away uniform of Steeler Quarterback Terry Bradshaw, making Iowa one of only a few schools to use the uniform scheme of an NFL team. The Hawkeyes have twice removed the Tigerhawks, and the single gold stripe from their game helmets as a symbolic gesture of mourning. The first instance was on November 2, 1991, in recognition of the six victims of a fatal campus shooting. The second occasion was for a December 29, 1996, appearance in the Alamo Bowl. It served to commemorate the family of linebacker Mark Mitchell, who were involved in a fatal vehicle accident while en route to the game. The accident resulted in the death of Mitchell's mother and severe injuries to his father and two brothers. Both games resulted in Iowa victories.  Gameday traditions The Swarm Hayden Fry introduced "the swarm" upon his arrival at Iowa in 1979. When entering Kinnick Stadium, players jog slowly onto the field, hands locked and with the captains in front. It is designed to show the team's unity as they take the field as a group. I-O-W-A The Hawkeye team is led onto the field by four giant black and gold flags, spelling I-O-W-A. Each flag then moves to the four corners of the field. After every Hawkeye score, fans in the four corners of the field, initially aided by the flags, spell out I-O-W-A. Hawkeye Victory Polka After every Hawkeye victory, the Hawkeye Marching Band plays the Hawkeye Victory Polka, the band's adaptation of the polka song, "In Heaven There Is No Beer". Many Hawkeye fans sing along as well. After losses, only the Iowa Fight Song is played. Back In Black Before the Hawkeyes enter the field, the stadium plays "Back in Black" by AC/DC and the video board shows the Hawkeye football players walking from the locker room to the field entrance. Enter Sandman The Hawkeyes enter the field to the song Enter Sandman by Metallica. The big screen shows Iowa's equipment semi running into the opposing team's logo as the Hawks swarm onto the field.  References 1.^ "Iowa Football schedule". http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/m-footbl/sched/iowa-m-footbl-sched.html. Retrieved January 6, 2010. 2.^ Iowa AP Poll Summary 3.^ 1996 Alamo Bowl 75 Years With The Fighting Hawkeyes, by Bert McCrane & Dick Lamb (ASIN: B0007E01F8) 25 Years With The Fighting Hawkeyes, 1964-1988, by Al Grady (ASIN: B0006ES3GS) Hawkeye Legends, Lists, & Lore, by Mike Finn & Chad Leistikow (ISBN 1-57167-178-1) University of Iowa Football, by Chuck Bright (ISBN 0-87397-233-3) Black & Gold Memories, by George Wine (ISBN 0-615-12398-8) Greatest Moments In Iowa Hawkeyes Football History, by Mark Dukes & Gus Schrader (ISBN 1-57243-261-6) Tales From The Iowa Sidelines, by Ron Maly (ISBN 1-58261-574-8) Stadium Stories: Iowa Hawkeyes, by Buck Turnbull (ISBN 0-7627-3819-7)  External links Official website Coverage from Des Moines Register Iowa football news, photos, videos and schedule GoHawks.com, Official Iowa Football website [show]v • d • eUniversity of Iowa Academics College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · College of Business · College of Dentistry · College of Education · College of Engineering · Graduate College · College of Law · College of Medicine · College of Nursing · College of Pharmacy · College of Public Health · Iowa Tests of Basic Skills Athletics Iowa Hawkeyes · Football · Men's basketball · Wrestling · Kinnick Stadium · Carver-Hawkeye Arena · Duane Banks Field · Iowa Fieldhouse · Beckwith Boathouse · Floyd of Rosedale · Cy-Hawk Trophy · Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series · Iowa–Iowa State rivalry · Heartland Trophy · Herky Campus Old Capitol · Hospitals and Clinics · Pentacrest Student life Marching Band · Hawk's Nest · On Iowa · Iowa Fight Song · Roll Along Iowa · Hawkeye Victory Polka · The Daily Iowan · Student Video Productions · [show]v • d • eIowa Hawkeyes Football 1958 FWAA National Champions Randy Duncan | Willie Fleming | Ray Jauch | Bob Jeter | Curt Merz | Don Norton Head Coach Forest Evashevski [show]v • d • eFootball teams of the Big Ten Conference Illinois Fighting Illini • Indiana Hoosiers • Iowa Hawkeyes • Michigan Wolverines • Michigan State Spartans • Minnesota Golden Gophers • Northwestern Wildcats • Ohio State Buckeyes • Penn State Nittany Lions • Purdue Boilermakers • Wisconsin Badgers [show]v • d • eCurrent head football coaches of the Big Ten Conference Ron Zook (Illinois Fighting Illini) • Bill Lynch (Indiana Hoosiers) • Kirk Ferentz (Iowa Hawkeyes) • Rich Rodriguez (Michigan Wolverines) • Mark Dantonio (Michigan State Spartans) • Tim Brewster (Minnesota Golden Gophers) • Bo Pelini (Nebraska Cornhuskers) • Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern Wildcats) • Jim Tressel (Ohio State Buckeyes) • Joe Paterno (Penn State Nittany Lions) • Danny Hope (Purdue Boilermakers) • Bret Bielema (Wisconsin Badgers) [show]v • d • eFootball stadiums of the Big Ten Conference Beaver Stadium (Penn State) • Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin) • Kinnick Stadium (Iowa) • Memorial Stadium (Illinois) • Memorial Stadium (Indiana) • Memorial Stadium (Nebraska) • Michigan Stadium (Michigan) • Ohio Stadium (Ohio State) • Ross–Ade Stadium (Purdue) • Ryan Field (Northwestern) • Spartan Stadium (Michigan State) • TCF Bank Stadium (Minnesota) [show]v • d • eMarching bands of the Big Ten Conference Marching Illini (Illinois) • Indiana University Marching Hundred (Indiana) • Hawkeye Marching Band (Iowa) • Michigan Marching Band (Michigan) • Spartan Marching Band (Michigan State) • University of Minnesota Marching Band (Minnesota) • The Ohio State University Marching Band (Ohio State) • The Pennsylvania State University Marching Blue Band (Penn State) • Purdue All-American Marching Band (Purdue) • University of Nebraska Cornhusker Marching Band (Nebraska) • Wildcat Marching Band (Northwestern) • University of Wisconsin Marching Band (Wisconsin) [show]v • d • eIowa Hawkeyes head football coaches Dalton • Donnelly • Sherman • Bull • Wagonhurst • Knipe • Chalmers • Catlin • Griffith • Hawley • Jones • Ingwersen • Solem • Tubbs • Anderson • Madigan • Crowe • Raffensperger • Evashevski • Burns • Nagel • Lauterbur • Commings • Fry • Ferentz Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iowa_Hawkeyes_football" Categories: Iowa Hawkeyes football head coaches | Iowa Hawkeyes football | Sports clubs established in 1889
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America East Conference Albany - Will Brown Binghamton - Kevin Broadus Boston University - Dennis Wolff Hartford - Dan Leibovitz Maine - Ted Woodward New Hampshire - Bill Herrion Stony Brook - Steve Pikiell UMBC - Randy Monroe Vermont - Mike Lonergan 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! America East Conference
Atlantic 10 Conference Charlotte - Bobby Lutz Dayton - Brian Gregory Duquesne - Ron Everhart Fordham - Dereck Whittenburg George Washington - Karl Hobbs La Salle - John Giannini Rhode Island - Jim Baron Richmond - Chris Mooney St. Bonaventure - Mark Schmidt Saint Joseph's - Phil Martelli Saint Louis - Rick Majerus Temple - Fran Dunphy UMass - Derek Kellogg Xavier - Sean Miller 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic 10 Conference
Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College - Al Skinner Clemson - Oliver Purnell Duke - Mike Krzyzewski Florida State - Leonard Hamilton Georgia Tech - Paul Hewitt Maryland - Gary Williams Miami (Florida) - Frank Haith North Carolina - Roy Williams North Carolina State - Sidney Lowe Virginia - Dave Leitao Virginia Tech - Seth Greenberg Wake Forest - Dino Gaudio 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Coast Conference
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Colonial Athletic Association Delaware - Monte Ross Drexel - Bruiser Flint George Mason - Jim Larranaga Georgia State - Rod Barnes Hofstra - Tom Pecora James Madison - Matt Brady Northeastern - Bill Coen Old Dominion - Blaine Taylor Towson - Pat Kennedy UNC-Wilmington - Benny Moss Virginia Commonwealth - Anthony Grant William & Mary - Tony Shaver 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Colonial Athletic Association
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Mountain West Conference Air Force - Jeff Reynolds Brigham Young - Dave Rose Colorado State - Tim Miles New Mexico - Steve Alford San Diego State - Steve Fisher Texas Christian - Neil Dougherty UNLV - Lon Kruger Utah - Jim Boylen Wyoming - Heath Schroyer 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mountain West Conference
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Pacific-10 Conference Arizona - Russ Pennell Arizona State - Herb Sendek California - Mike Montgomery Oregon - Ernie Kent Oregon State - Craig Robinson Stanford - Johnny Dawkins UCLA - Ben Howland USC - Tim Floyd Washington - Lorenzo Romar Washington State - Tony Bennett 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Pacific-10 Conference
Patriot League American - Jeff Jones Army - Jim Crews Bucknell - Dave Paulsen Colgate - Emmett Davis Holy Cross - Ralph Willard Lafayette - Fran O'Hanlon Lehigh - Brett Reed Navy - Billy Lange 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Patriot League
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