Iowa and Iowa State will meet for the 67th time on Saturday, Sept. 14. The Hawkeyes lead the all-time series 44-22, and have won the last four against the Cyclones.

Iowa State (1-0) has not played since a triple-overtime win over Northern Iowa back on Aug. 31. Iowa (2-0) enters this game ranked No. 19 in the latest AP poll.

Here’s everything you need to know about the history between these two in-state rivals.

All time series results were compiled by Winsipedia’s database.

Iowa vs. Iowa State: All-time series history, scores

This rivalry dates back to 1894, when Iowa State (then known as Iowa Agricultural College) beat Iowa 16-8 in Iowa City. The Cyclones won the first three meetings before the Hawkeyes went on a five-game winning streak from 1899-1905. 

The series remained fairly competitive until Iowa rattled off 11 straight victories between 1983 and 1997. These two schools have met annually since a 43-year hiatus ended in 1977.

TALE OF THE TAPE
44 Series wins 22
W15 (1983-1997) Longest series win streak W5 (1998-2002)

9-4 (5-4 Big Ten West)
W, Outback Bowl (Mississippi State, 27-22)

2018 record 8-5 (6-3 Big 12)
L, Alamo Bowl (Washington State, 28-26)
1 (1958) National Championships 0
13 (11 Big Ten, 1 MVIAA, 1 WIUFA) Conference Championships 2 (MVIAA)

Iowa vs. Iowa State: Notable games in the series history

Sept. 10, 2011: Iowa State outlasts Iowa 44-41 in a triple-overtime classic 

Despite being the 59th meeting between the two programs, this was the first time in series history that a game would go beyond regulation. And it didn’t end there.

Triple overtime was needed to determine the winner of the Cy-Hawk Trophy.

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Cyclones’ running back James White scored the game-winning touchdown on a 4-yard run. Both offenses combined for 838 yards, and Iowa State quarterback Steele Jantz threw for 279 yards and four touchdown passes.

Coincidentally, the Hawkeyes would beat the Cyclones six years later by an identical score of 44-41 in overtime.