Prepare To Be An Iowa Hawkeye Fan After Seeing Their New Tradition
September 8, 2017
At the end of the first quarter, 75,000 Iowa Hawkeye football fans turned and waved to the building overlooking the Stadium. Why? To say "hello" to the patients staying in the Children's Hospital.
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The University of Iowa Children's Hospital was built overlooking Kinnick Stadium. Officials suggested that Hawkeye fans wave to the patients. The fans did not let the kids down.
Kinnick Stadium has a rich history that dates back to 1929, and now a heartwarming tribute is adding to the stadium's legacy.
Watch the news video below to see the reactions to the touching tribute.
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