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Iowa Football: Cy-Hawk football game nearly sold out

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If you are planning on attending the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk series football game at Kinnick Stadium this season and don’t have your tickets yet, there are only a limited number of seats remaining and you now have to buy a season ticket to get into the stadium.

The University of Iowa announced today that only 900 tickets remain for the annual football rivalry game between Iowa and Iowa State. And the school will now be selling those remaining tickets as part of a season ticket purchase by either a member of the general public, a faculty or staff member or a current U of I student.

All other tickets to the game, including “singles” have been purchased.

“History indicates that we will have fans who want to purchase a season ticket in the next few weeks,” said Pam Finke, the U of I’s director of ticket operations. “We want to accommodate those fans so, at the present time, we will sell the tickets that remain for this year’s Iowa-Iowa State game only to fans who are interested in purchasing a season ticket.

There is a chance that tickets for that game could be sold on a single-game basis but Finke said that the U of I Athletics Department will determine that at a later date.

To purchase a season ticket, three-game ticket package, or single game ticket to a home game of the 2014 Iowa football team, fans can visit the UI Athletics Ticket Office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena or call the office at 1-800-IA-HAWKS any weekday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fans can also purchase single game tickets online at

The University of Iowa’s annual “Kids at Kinnick” has been scheduled for August 16.

Games to Kinnick Stadium open at 10:45 a.m. and the team will practice at 11:45. Members of the team also will sign autographs at 11:15 a.m. along the front of the west and south stands. Free schedule posters, cards, magnets, keytags and rosters will be available inside all open gates and fans are discouraged from bringing additional items to be autographed.

Parking for the event will be available on hard surface lots for free but while normal ramp fees will be charged. Fans can also purchase items at the concession stands at reduced prices.

Fans attending the annual event should enter the stadium at Gates A and E. Regular season game-day search procedures will be in place and fans will be allowed to sit in the south and west stands.