Classic Views from Kinnick 138

CLICK ME! Every year, Iowa Football has "Be Bold, Wear Gold" day. All fans are encouraged to wear gold. Here's the view of Kinnick in the 2011 edition from Section 138

CLICK ME! Every year, Iowa Football has "Blackout" day. All fans are encouraged to wear black. Here's the view of Kinnick in the 2011 edition from Section 138

CLICK ME! Every year, Iowa Football has "The Spirit Game" day. All fans are encouraged to wear black or gold, depending on your seat section. This tradition was started in the 2010 season. Here's the view of Kinnick in the 2011 edition from Section 138

CLICK ME!! "Hawk fans: Herky is in the House!"

CLICK ME!! On October 15, 2011 at 5:57 PM, a new standard in game day crowd participation was set by fans inside Kinnick Stadium. This card stunt, the first of 2 during pre-game festivities, sparked an electric atmosphere that carried over throughout the game, enabling the Hawkeyes to defeat Northwestern in the seasons only night game of the year at Kinnick. Lets' hope this can be a yearly tradition saved for the seasons most special games. Go Hawks!

3 thoughts on “Classic Views from Kinnick 138

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  2. Great site. I think I sit right in front of you. Too bad they are reseating us. I was wondering if you have ever taken any panoramic photos from our section. I am a thinking about wrapping a room in that view and would love to have that type of photo.

    • Hi Brad. I sit in row 16 currently. I haven’t done a real panorama. I don’t really have a way to stitch photos together in a good way. It is something I have thought about but not researched too much. As far as the reseating goes, I don’t think it will affect us too much since our section doesn’t require donations. So, as long as you have some priority points you shouldn’t have too much to worry about. I would like to move down lower slightly, so that’s my goal.

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