CY-HAWK TROPHY - CyHawk Trophy - Iowa Hawkeyes Iowa State Cyclones Football
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CyHawk Trophy

The Iowa–Iowa State football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Iowa State Cyclones. The Cy-Hawk Trophy is awarded to the winner of the game.

Conceived and created as a traveling trophy by the Greater Des Moines Athletic Club in 1976, the trophy was first presented to the winner by Iowa Governor Robert D. Ray in 1977. That game was the first meeting between the two since 1934.

Iowa – Iowa State Football Rivalry

Iowa Hawkeyes Black Tigerhawk logo

Iowa State Cyclones Logo

First meeting October 1, 1894
Iowa State 16, Iowa 8
Latest meeting September 12, 2015
Iowa 31, Iowa State 17
Next meeting September 10, 2016
Trophy Cy-Hawk Trophy
Meetings total 63
All-time series Iowa leads, 41–22
Largest victory Iowa, 57–3 (1985)
Longest streak Iowa, 15 (1983–97)
Current streak Iowa, 1 (2015–present)