Take a look at photos from the game above, and our Hawkeye Headquarters stories from the game at left.
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My wrap from late last night at #Kinnick: The #Hawkeyes had the #Badgers right where they wanted ’em, until Alex Hornibrook showed he’s more than a game manager. pic.twitter.com/F6VmnceMRN— Adam Rossow (@AdamJRossow) September 23, 2018
Kiersten Mann of Ankeny was last night’s @UIchildrens Kid Captain and got to meet @IowaWBB coach @LisaBluder, @TheREALHerky, @IOWACHEER, @JordanBo_3, @VandeBerg89 and got called over to @iowahawksnest several times for photos. #FightForIowa pic.twitter.com/0nvNWoEIkp— Hawkeye Headquarters (@HawkeyeHQ) September 23, 2018
The #Hawkeyes hearse comes complete with a coffin cooler. “Ferentz & Fry Funeral Home: Laying the Big Ten to rest since 1979” pic.twitter.com/P0VuOr0qBI— Hawkeye Headquarters (@HawkeyeHQ) September 22, 2018
It’s the first day of fall and it could not be more beautiful for #Hawkeyes football at Kinnick Stadium. Kickoff is tonight at 7:30. pic.twitter.com/BsVUhMXTIU— HawkeyeHQ.com’s Ryan Jaster (@Hawkologist) September 22, 2018