Tuesday Trivia Answer: May 29, 2012

The answer to this week’s trivia question (After Iowa and Iowa State stopped playing one another in football in 1934, how long was it before they renewed the rivalry?) is:

43 years, with the break coming after the 1934 game and lasting until 1977. Iowa owns a commanding 39-20 advantage in the games played. The Hawkeyes won 15 in a row from 1983-1997, while the Cyclones’ longest streak lasted five years, from 1998-2002. Last year, Iowa State pulled out a 44-41 victory in Ames, and Iowa fans are eager to have the rivalry continue back at home in Kinnick this fall. Go, Hawks!

Congratulations to our winners, Cal Long, 00BA, and UI student Jacob Roberts!

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