The Iowa Hawkeyes football average ticket prices for the college football season games saw a little change for during the last four seasons. The price average during the 2014 to 2017 seasons stayed at $80 and below, the lowest pricing dropping to an average of $61 for the 2014 season. The average ticket prices for Iowa Hawkeyes current football season in 2017 is currently at $79, which is the smallest price change in the last 4 years and a 4% increase from the previous 2016 season.
(Data updated 9/20/2017)
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2018 Iowa Hawkeyes Season Preview
This 2017 college football season will shape up as follows for the Hawkeyes. Remain undefeated in non-conference play (Wyoming, Iowa State, and North Texas), and then hold home court versus Minnesota, Purdue and Illinois. That’s six wins right there. Granted, they will play Penn State and Ohio State at some point, and more than likely lose, but hitting 9 wins for this Iowa squad this year is victorious, plain and simple. It begins and ends with Mr. Nathan Stanley, the sophomore QB who will be tasked with resurrecting a miserable 118th finish in yards last year. Pure, unadulterated yuck! Running back Akrum Wadley will be called upon heavily, and once this dude hits open space, watch out. The Iowa Hawkeyes offensive line is built nicely with center James Daniels, offensive guard Sean Welsh and offensive tackle Ike Boettger making up the cream of the Hawkeye crop. Maybe not Top 10 material, but Iowa will be no push-over this fall, bet on that. Whether you are planning on cheering on Iowa at Kinnick Stadium or supporting the Hawkeyes on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Iowa Hawkeyes tickets, including home and away games.
Iowa Hawkeyes Football at Kinnick Stadium Address: 1 Evashevski Dr, Iowa City, Iowa, 52242
The Iowa Hawkeyes play their home games at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. The stadium holds more than 70,500 fans. Visitors to an Iowa game at Kinnick Stadium will be awed by the recent upgrades to the venue as well as the bronze statue of Nile Kinnick, Iowa's only Heisman Trophy winner to date. A sense of Iowa's history and future are both present at a Hawkeyes game. The Iowa Hawkeyes home bench is on the Kinnick Stadium sideline with sections 122-133. Kinnick Stadium parking information is covered in our Hawkeyes event guide.
Iowa vs. Iowa State
The one and only big rivalry in the state of Iowa, the battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy was renewed in 1977 after a 30+ year hiatus. Iowa has historically beaten up on the Cyclones but State has taken over since a five game winning streak from 1998-2002. Before that, the Hawkeyes had won 15 straight.
Iowa vs. Minnesota
It’s had two state Governors arguing with each other, inciting fans to take matters into their own hands, and pig betting. It’s Iowa-Minnesota! Since it became against the low to bet a live pig, the two teams now play for the Floyd of Rosedale Trophy, a bronzed pig trophy that was named by Rivals.com as the top rivalry trophy in football.
Iowa Hawkeyes in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and Big Ten Championship
The Iowa Hawkeyes football program carries a very strong history, as they have been a member of the Big Ten Conference since the days of its creation. Over the years they have been a prominent force in the Big Ten earning themselves 11 Big Ten Conference Championships and over 300 conference wins. Their 25 plus bowl game appearances to go along with double digit wins demonstrates the Hawkeyes ability to win the big game. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Big 10 Conference Championship Game.
2016 Iowa Football Preview
The Iowa Hawkeyes are coming into the 2016 season from an exciting and memorable 2015 season when they finished 12-2 and claimed the Big Ten’s West Division title. The expectations for the Hawkeyes was low last season since they hadn't earned more than eight wins in a single season since 2010. All eyes will be on Iowa’s program to see if head coach Kirk Ferentz will be able to achieve another successful season and maintain their status as a favorite for the Big Ten West Division. Important players returning to the 2016 season are veteran quarterback C.J. Beathard who is more than capable of leading the solid offense and star cornerback, Desmond King. The offense will rely heavily on their running game with running backs LeShun Daniels and Akrum Wadley, who combined have accumulated 1,100 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns. Iowa will kick off the season at home against the Miami Redhawks before taking on in-state rival Iowa State on September 10th. Top games on the Iowa Hawkeyes 2016 schedule include Big Ten games against Wisconsin, Nebraska and Michigan.
2015 Iowa Football Preview
The Iowa Hawkeyes struggled down the stretch last season, losing a number of close games that could have defined their season. Iowa posted a 7-6 record, but lost 4 games by a combined 15 points, leaving Hawkeyes fans wondering what could have been. The 2015 Iowa Hawkeyes team will look drastically different from last season. Gone are starters Jake Rudock, Mark Weisman, and Kevonte Martin-Manley. Iowa will turn the keys to the offense over to junior C.J. Beathard in 2015, who will operate behind an offensive line that boasts 3 senior starters. The offense will hope to control the ball, keeping a talented but young Hawkeyes defense rested. Look for junior running back Lesun Daniels to get plenty of carries, and for the Hawkeyes to rely on the run game more than in recent years. The Big Ten east division looks to be wide open in 2015, with question marks surrounding Wisconsin and Nebraska, opening the door for Iowa to make a run. Top games on the 2015 Iowa Hawkeyes schedule include at Wisconsin, vs. Minnesota, and at Nebraska.
2014 Iowa Football Preview
The Hawkeyes 2013 season was a major turnaround from the previous year. Iowa won 8 games, including major wins over Michigan and Nebraska. The black and gold then proceeded to take a very good LSU team down to the wire in the Outback Bowl, losing by a single score. The biggest departures for Iowa in the offseason were in the linebacking core, where the Hawkeyes lost 3 outstanding players to the NFL draft. The defense will turn to senior middle linebacker Quinton Alston to steady a unit that is now mostly underclassman. The offensive side of the ball looks to be one of the most experienced and dangerous in the Big 10. Junior quarterback Jake Rudock will operate behind an offensive line anchored by senior right tackle Andrew Donnal. Iowa has a favorable Big 10 schedule this season, and won’t play Michigan State, Michigan, or Ohio State in the regular season. The Hawkeyes will instead look to big games at home against Wisconsin and Nebraska as the high points of what looks to be a fantastic season Iowa.
2013 Iowa Football Preview
Kirk Ferentz and his Iowa Hawkeyes are looking to rebound after a season that saw them lose their last six games and finish with four wins overall. For the Hawkeyes to bounce back in 2013 they will need either sophomore Jake Rudock or junior JUCO transfer Cody Sokol to step up and take over as the quarterback after the departure of James Vandenberg. Iowa will be returning their top two running backs in Mark Weisman and Damon Bullock. The junior duo should be the main focal point of the offense. The Hawkeyes will be led on defense by senior linebackers Christian Kirksey, James Morris and Anthony Hitchens. All three have been named to the 2013 Butkus Award Watch List.
Iowa will welcome Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Michigan to their home field this season while also traveling to face Ohio State and Nebraska in what should be another exciting season of Big Ten football.
2011 Iowa Football Preview
With plenty of talented experienced players, a driven coach and a favorable schedule Iowa was poised for a great season in 2010. Unfortunately, they stumbled to a 7-5 record, with every loss achingly close. Now that many of the veterans have moved on, coach Kirk Ferentz has a large task ahead of him to see if he can get his young team to new heights.
The biggest question mark on offense will be the quarterback position. Ricki Stanzi has graduated, and James Vanderberg will step in. He showed flashes of promise in his limited playing time last season, so he could be good as full-time starter. Along with Vanderberg will be running back Marcus Coker, who broke out as a star toward the end of last year. The receiving corps should be solid as well with Marvin McNutt and Keenan Davis returning.
As for the defense, the Hawkeyes have their work cut out for them. Though they were among hte leaders in the Big 10 in every category a year ago, they lost nearly all the stars from that squad and will rely heavily on young talent. However, two big names are back in Shaun Prater and Micah Hyde, both of whom will provide strong leadership for a group that will rely on its young veterans for guidance on the big stage.
2010 Iowa Football Preview
Over the past five years, winning the Big Ten conference title has meant having to go through Ohio State. While the Buckeyes are a favorite to win it again this year, Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz has an experienced and talented group of players who can give the Hawkeyes their first conference crown since 2004.
The Iowa offense is lead by senior quarterback Ricky Stanzi. Ever since Stanzi took over the starting job in 2008, he has guided Iowa to an 18-4 record and is coming off leading the team to an impressive Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech last year. Stanzi will have one of the best receivers in the Big Ten in Derrell Johnson-Koulianos as a target.
Perhaps Iowa's most dominant player is on defense, as senior Adrian Clayborn is likely one of the best defensive ends in the country. Clayborn was a force to be reckoned with in 2009 as he racked up 11.5 sacks and 20 tackles for loss. Clayborn also recovered four fumbles and blocked a punt.
This will be Iowa's best chance in years to return to the Rose Bowl, or maybe even contend for a national championship, as they're schedule works out in their favor. The Hawkeyes host Ohio State, Penn State and Wisconsin.
2009 Iowa Football Preview
The 2009 Iowa Hawkeyes should once again be one of the best teams in the Big 10 conference. Iowa Head Coach Kirk Ferentz has been at the helm for more than a decade in Iowa City, so he has a roster full of talented players. The goal for Ferentz and his Hawkeyes will be to get through their early season non-conference opponents and into the meat of their Big 10 schedule with a strong record. If Iowa can do that, then Hawkeye fans might be booking reservations to sunny Florida for a big New Year's bowl game.
2008 Iowa Football Preview
The University of Iowa Hawkeyes football program is one of the great storied football programs in the NCAA. After two tough seasons in 2006 and 2007 characterized by off the field criminal allegations and the loss of some key players, Iowa fans will be rooting for their team to regain its former stature in the Big Ten and vie for a bowl bid in 2008. Kinnick Stadium will be a wild place this coming fall.