IOWA VS IOWA STATE

The Iowa– Iowa State football rivalry is an American college football rivalry game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Iowa State Cyclones. The Cy-Hawk Trophy is granted to the champ of the diversion. It is named after the groups’ mascots, Cy the Cardinal and Herky the Hawk.

Imagined and made as a voyaging trophy by the Greater Des Moines Athletic Club in 1976, the trophy was first introduced to the champ by Iowa Governor Robert D. Ray in 1977. That amusement was the principal meeting between the two since 1934.

IOWA VS IOWA STATE
IOWA VS IOWA STATE

Trophy plan

The trophy configuration utilized through the 2010 season included a football, a running back in the exemplary firm arm present, and the similarities of Iowa State’s Cy the Cardinal and Iowa’s Herky the Hawk. The trophy was supplanted after the 2010 amusement, influencing Iowa and Iowa To express the main schools in the nation to offer out a contention trophy for corporate sponsorship. From that point forward the Cy-Hawk trophy makes a yearly visit with WHO sportscaster Keith Murphy the week prior to the diversion. It remains the unmistakable image of the challenge and, as indicated by Murphy, “individuals adore it.”

IOWA VS IOWA STATE
IOWA VS IOWA STATE

Another trophy, given by the Iowa Corn Growers Association, was acquainted with general society amid the Iowa State Fair on August 19, 2011. A model on the new trophy delineated a ranch family with little youngsters crouched about a bushel bin of corn. Senior member Taylor, leader of the Association, called it “a show-stopper that speaks to Iowans and their hard work.” Within long stretches of its introduction, in any case, the new trophy was broadly criticized in daily paper sections and web postings by the public. Iowa Governor Terry Branstad publicly gave negative input, as did resigned Iowa football coach Hayden Fry, who stated, “The agriculturist, family and corn is all superb, however I don’t generally get the relationship to a football game.”

On August 23, 2011, Iowa Corn Growers Association CEO Craig Floss declared that the new Cy-Hawk Trophy would be changed because of the negative open response. Choice of the new trophy would include open input. A transitory trophy was utilized for 2011.

With fan input, the recently, updated trophy was divulged toward the finish of the 2012 diversion won by Iowa State including mascots of the two colleges, a raised football, and corn making up the foundation.

Diversion results

The two schools played each other 24 times somewhere in the range of 1894 and 1934, preceding the Cy-Hawk Trophy was built up in 1977. The arrangement ended after 1934 after then University of Iowa Athletic Director and head football mentor Ossie Solem would not return calls to reschedule the contention. Of the 66 diversions in the arrangement played through 2018, 39 of them have been played in Iowa City while only 27 recreations have been challenged in Ames.

Iowa victories Iowa State triumphs

No. Date Location Winner Score

1 October 1, 1894 Iowa City Iowa Agricultural 12– 8

2 October 28, 1895 Iowa City Iowa Agricultural 24– 0

3 November 5, 1897 Iowa City Iowa Agricultural 12– 0

4 October 28, 1899 Iowa City Iowa 5– 0

5 October 18, 1901 Iowa City Iowa 6– 0

6 November 1, 1902 Iowa City Iowa 16– 12

7 October 29, 1904 Iowa City Iowa 10– 6

8 November 24, 1905 Ames Iowa 8– 0

9 November 24, 1906 Iowa City Iowa State 2– 0

10 November 23, 1907 Ames Iowa State 20– 14

11 November 13, 1909 Iowa City Iowa 13– 0

12 November 5, 1910 Ames Iowa 2– 0

13 November 18, 1911 Iowa City Iowa State 9– 0

14 November 16, 1912 Ames Iowa 20– 7

15 November 15, 1913 Iowa City Iowa 45– 7

16 November 14, 1914 Ames Iowa 26– 6

17 November 13, 1915 Iowa City Iowa State 16– 0

18 November 18, 1916 Ames Iowa 19– 16

19 November 24, 1917 Iowa City Iowa 6– 3

20 November 16, 1918 Iowa City Iowa 21– 0

21 November 22, 1919 Iowa City Iowa 10– 0

22 November 20, 1920 Ames Iowa 14– 10

23 November 4, 1933 Iowa City Iowa 27– 7

24 November 20, 1934 Ames Iowa State 31– 6

25 September 17, 1977 Iowa City Iowa 12– 10

26 September 23, 1978 Iowa City #20 Iowa State 31– 0

27 September 29, 1979 Iowa City Iowa 30– 14

28 September 27, 1980 Iowa City Iowa State 10– 7

29 September 19, 1981 Ames Iowa State 23– 12

30 September 18, 1982 Iowa City Iowa State 19– 7

31 September 10, 1983 Ames #10 Iowa 51– 10

32 September 8, 1984 Iowa City #10 Iowa 59– 21

33 September 28, 1985 Ames #3 Iowa 57– 3

34 September 13, 1986 Iowa City Iowa 43– 7