Question of the Week: April 20, 2012

Warm weather means football is just around the corner, and whether it’s getting up at 4 a.m. to tailgate, filling up on turkey legs, or playing a rousing game of beer pong, everyone has their own game day traditions.

This week, we’re wondering:

What do you enjoy doing on football game day?

One randomly selected commenter will receive a Herky foam finger to show their Hawkeye pride!

View previous questions:

- What is your morning drink of choice?

- What is your favorite place to eat in Iowa City?

Do you have any memories of the Iowa River ducks from your time on campus?

What is your most memorable Iowa winter storm experience?

How do you survive an Iowa winter?

What are you thankful for this year?

When is the right time to start listening to holiday music?

Where would you take a visitor to Iowa City?

What student organizations did you participate in at Iowa?

What moment in UI football history stands out most in your mind?

What one word describes your first day of classes?

What’s your favorite thing to do at the Iowa State Fair?

Which professor at Iowa inspired you most and why?

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  1. Kristin Schiller
    Posted April 20, 2012 at 12:59 pm | Permalink

    When the stadium fills up and the magnificence of the noise level has always been my favorite part of football weekends.

    Posted April 20, 2012 at 1:55 pm | Permalink

    Watching the Hawkeye’s, if they are on TV, on in person if I am able to make it back to Iowa City and can find a ticket to the game!!! Usually BBQ’ing if it is a nice, sunny day in Minnesota or back in Iowa.

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