The Hawkeyes introduced it to the world in Week 1 and have been doing at the end of the first quarter for every home game since. On Saturday, the opposing team got into the act with the Illinois players and coaches joining the Hawkeyes fans.
How cool is that?
And at halftime, the Iowa marching band formed a giant waving hand for the kids, too.
Hawkeye Marching Band has a new move – a giant wave to the kids.❤️ pic.twitter.com/9d5dZZCo6w
— Hawkerella (@Hawkerella) October 7, 2017
The gesture looked especially awesome when Iowa hosted Penn State for a primetime game.
Iowa fans waving to the kids at the nearby children's hospital is seriously the best pic.twitter.com/uWvojdbzB5
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) September 24, 2017
For reference, here’s the view of Kinnick Stadium for the kids.
Hawkeye Football kicks off the season tomorrow, and we’re excited that for the first time ever, our patients and…
This will never get old.
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