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Iowa Hawkeyes Football

Iowa Hawkeyes Football

 The University of Iowa’s Hawkeyes football program was officially created in 1889. They were invited to join the Big Ten Conference (at the time, it was known as the Western Conference) in 1899. Since then, the Hawkeyes football team has served as the home for a number of pivotal players and coaches. The team has participated in a large number of Bowl games and championship events. They’ve also seen dozens of players inducted into the University of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame, State of Iowa Sports Hall of Fame, College Football Hall of Fame, and Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Below, we’ll provide an overview of some important players and coaches that played a key role in the Hawkeyes’ success. We’ll also take a look at former Hawkeyes currently in the NFL.

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 Notable Players And Coaches

Shonn Green won the Doak Walker Award in 2008. He was also a Big Ten MVP during that same year. Dallas Clark had his first on-field game experience in 2000. At the end of that season, he was placed in a tight end position, where he performed remarkably. In 2002, he was awarded the John Mackey Award and the following year, he was drafted onto the Indianapolis Colts.

Chad Greenway played with the Iowa Hawkeyes from 2002 through 2005. He was moved to a linebacker position in 2003 and was named the Big Ten Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week. The following year, he won several additional awards and was drafted onto the Minnesota Vikings in 2006.

Hayden Fry was hired in 1978 as Iowa’s 25th head coach of the Hawkeyes football team. He ended his tenure by stepping down in 1998 after several Bowl game appearances and Big Ten titles. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003. Kirk Ferentz was hired to take Fry’s place as the Hawkeyes’ head coach. In 2004, he led the team to win the Capital One Bowl. The following year, he was named the Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year and continues to fill the head coach role today.

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Hawkeyes in the NFL

Player Pos. Current Team NFL Service
Pat Angerer LB Indianapolis Colts 4 years
Jonathan Babineaux DL Atlanta Falcons 8 years
Bryan Bulaga OL Green Bay Packers 4 years
Scott Chandler TE Buffalo Bills 7 years
Dallas Clark TE Baltimore Ravens 11 years
Adrian Clayborn DL Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3 years
Colin Cole DL Carolina Panthers 9 years
Mike Daniels DL Green Bay Packers 2 years
Bradley Fletcher DB Philadelphia Eagles 5 years
Adam Gettis OL Washington Redskins 2 years
Charles Godfrey DB Carolina Panthers 6 years
Shonn Greene RB Tennessee Titans 5 years
Chad Greenway LB Minnesota Vikings 8 years
Micah Hyde CB Green Bay Packers 1 year
Karl Klug DL Tennessee Titans 4 years
Marvin McNutt WR Miami Dolphins 2 years
Brandon Myers TE New York Giants 5 years
Shaun Prater DB Philadelphia Eagles 2 years
Riley Reiff OL Detroit Lions 2 years
Allen Reisner TE Jacksonville Jaguars 4 years
Ricky Stanzi QB Jacksonville Jaguars 3 years
Matt Tobin OL Philadelphia Eagles 1 year
Julian Vandervelde OL Philadelphia Eagles 2 years
Marshal Yanda OL Baltimore Ravens 7 years
Marcus Zusevics OL New England Patriots 2 years

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Iowa State Cyclones Football

Iowa State Cyclones Football

 The Iowa State Cyclones football team has a long, proud tradition of excellence on the field. Much of the credit is due to their players, of course. But, the successive line of coaches who guided the players through the years have played a role that is just as significant. Below, we’ll briefly explore the roles played by a few of the high-profile players and coaches on the Iowa State Cyclones football team.

Players Making A Mark

Troy Davis made a clear mark on the Cyclones football program by setting a number of attention-grabbing rushing records. Between 1995 and 1997, Davis set records for total rushing yards in a single game, a single season, and overall. In 1997, he decided to abandon his college playing career for the NFL draft. He was brought aboard the New Orleans Saints and played in the NFL for 3 years.

Ellis Hobbs enrolled at Iowa State University in 2001 with high expectations. He played impressively in high school and continued to capture attention while playing for the Cyclones. Due to his collegiate performance, he was awarded All-Big 12 Conference first team honors before being drafted in 2005 to the New England Patriots. Hobbs, a proven kick returner on the Cyclones, set the NFL record – and still holds it – for the longest kickoff return.

Seneca Wallace stunned fans and Cyclones teammates in 2002 with a 12-yard touchdown that required running 120 yards to achieve. Backing up, dodging, and barely escaping tackles, Wallace became an instant star on the field. In 2003, he was drafted to the Seattle Seahawks, and he continues to play in the NFL today.

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Top Head Coaches and Seasons

Johnny Majors

In 1971 Iowa State finished the season 8–4 under Majors, it was the Cyclones first bowl bid ever in his fourth season. The team was led by George Amundson, who Majors called “the finest athlete I have coached in any job I have had.” Offensively they were led by Amundson who rushed for 1,260 yards as a running back, including a school record of 15 touchdowns. End Keith Krepfle had 40 receptions for 570 yards and 12 touchdowns. Quarterback Dean Carlson threw for a school record of 1,867 yards.

1972 saw the loss of five starters and the move of George Amundson from running back to quarterback to replace Dean Carlson. The Clones lost LB Matt Blair to a pre season injury which forced him into a medical redshirt. The Cyclones fought Nebraska to a 23–23 tie. Three players went on to be named to the All-Big Eight team, OL Geary Murdoch, DE Merv Krakau and QB George Amundson. George Amundson was named Big Eight player of the year over Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers.

Johnny Majors finished with a 24-30 record at Iowa State.

All-Americans under Major

  • 1972 QB George Amundson
  • 1972 E Merv Krakau
  • 1972 G Geary Murdock

Earle Bruce

In 1976 the team finished the season with an 8–3 record and a No. 18 ranking, but was snubbed by the bowls even though their losses were to the #1, #2 and #3 teams in the country. Bruce was selected as the Big Eight Coach of the year and had four players garner all conference honors, including Luther Blue, a Split End, who was an All-American.

The Cyclones had another good season in 1977, they beat Nebraska for the second year in a row and earned a berth in the Peach Bowl.  The Peach Bowl saw the matchup of two stellar running backs, NC State’s Ted Brown and Iowa State’s Dexter Green. NC State dropped Iowa State 24-14 in the bowl game.

The Cyclones returned 14 starters in 1978 including Dexter Green and Outland Trophy hopeful, Mike Stensrud. Iowa State’s post season hopes came down to their last game against Colorado. The game was close throughout, with ISU clinging to a 17–10 halftime lead.  The second half was a defensive battle, but the ISU defense came up with big plays down the stretch. Mike Stensrud had 16 stops and caused a fumble to help ISU preserve a 20–16 win over the Buffs. The win earned ISU a Hall of Fame Bowl bid.  Iowa State fell to Texas A&M 28-12 in the Hall of Fame bowl.

Earle Bruce finished with a 36-32 record at Iowa State.

All-Americans under Bruce

  • 1973 ROV Matt Blair
  • 1974 S Barry Hill
  • 1976 SE Luther Blue
  • 1977 NG Ron McFarland
  • 1978 TB Dexter Green
  • 1978 DT Mike Stensrud

Dan McCarney

In 2000, McCarney took the Cyclones to their first bowl game since 1978, and their first ever bowl victory. Led by senior QB Sage Rosenfels, the Cyclones beat the Panthers 37-29  in the Insight.com Bowl.

Propelled by newcomer Seneca Wallace, the Cyclones went to a second bowl game in 2001 against Alabama in the Independence Bowl.  They lost the game on a disputed missed field goal by Cyclone kicker Tony Yelk, some people thought the field goal sailed directly over the right goal post.  Alabama won the game 14-13.

Seneca Wallace would lead the Cyclones to a 6–1 start in 2002, including a near-win against Florida State in the Eddie Robinson Classic. Wallace dove towards the goal line at the last second but was ruled out shy of the end zone.  They finished the season 7-7 following a loss to Boise State in the Humanitarian Bowl.

In 2004, redshirt freshman Bret Meyer took over the quarterback spot and paired up with fellow redshirt freshman receiver Todd Blythe to make a lethal combination.  The Cyclones had a chance to win the Big 12 North Title but fell short after a Missouri defender intercepted a pass intended for Jon Davis in the end zone. The Cyclones would go on to play the Miami RedHawks in the Independence Bowl. They won the game 17–13 and finished the season 7–5.

The Cyclones continued their success under McCarney in the 2005 season with a 7–5 record. They missed out yet again on the Big 12 title when they lost in overtime to the Kansas Jayhawks after a missed field goal by Bret Culbertson.  They led the game in the 4th quarter but allowed Kansas to come back. They got a berth in the 2005 Houston Bowl, but lost 24–27 to the TCU Horned Frogs.

Dan McCarney finished with a 56-85 record at Iowa State.

All-Americans under McCarney

  • 1995 RB Troy Davis
  • 1996 RB Troy Davis
  • 2000 C Ben Bruns

Paul Rhoads

In October 2009 the Cyclones defeated Baylor to end an 11 game losing stretch against conference opponents, and then went on to defeat Nebraska in Lincoln for the first time since 1977. On December 31, 2009 the Cyclones capped off their season with an Insight.com Bowl victory over Minnesota.

In 2011 Iowa State started off the season 3-0 including a triple overtime win over Iowa in Ames, and a win over Connecticut in East Hartford. The Cyclones would drop the next four games, starting out 0-4 in conference play but quickly bounce back. The Cyclones rebounded with a 41-7 win on October 29th at No. 19 Texas Tech. On November 18, Iowa State faced off against undefeated No. 2 Oklahoma State. Down 24-7 early in the second half, Iowa State came back  to beat Oklahoma State 37-31, smashing Oklahoma State’s chances of playing for a national championship.  Iowa State became bowl eligible with the win.  The Cyclones dropped the bowl game 27-13 to Rutgers.

Paul Rhoads currently holds an 24-27 record at Iowa State.

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Current Iowa State Cyclones in the NFL

PLAYER TEAM POSITION
Tim Dobbins Houston Texans Linebacker
AJ Klein Carolina Panthers Linebacker
Jake Knott Philadelphia Eagles Linebacker
Leonard Johnson Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Back
Kelechi Osemele Baltimore Ravens Offensive Tackle
Carter Bykowski San Francisco 49ers Offensive Tackle
Ahtyba Rubin Cleveland Browns Defensive Tackle
Reggie Stephens Baltimore Ravens Center
Seneca Wallace Green Bay Packers Quarterback

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Iowa State Cyclones Snuggies
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Collegiate Snuggies

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Iowa State Pillow Pets

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Shawn Johnson, Ashton & Demi

Shawn Johnson, Ashton & Demi

In June 2008, severe storms ripped through Iowa, leaving a trail of destruction. Many Iowans lost much of what they had spent their lives building. Homes were demolished; businesses were destroyed; people’s livelihoods were swept away. After the level of devastation was finally tallied, Mediacom, the University of Iowa, and the Big Ten Network joined forces to create a solution.

They launched a series of charity events. To encourage support and participation from those living in the state, the joint venture enlisted the help of three celebrities. Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson joined the effort with Ashton Kutcher and his wife, Demi Moore. Like Johnson, who hails from West Des Moines, Kutcher is an Iowa native. Together, they attended a recent basketball game on December 12th between the University of Iowa and Iowa State. After the game, Johnson, Kutcher, and Moore participated in a “meet the celebrities” session. Their aim was to encourage fans, residents, and business owners to pull together for the rebuilding of the affected communities.

Close Ties

Johnson still lives with her parents in Iowa and attends Valley High School in West Des Moines. Kutcher lived near the basketball stadium in Cedar Rapids until he was a teenager. Though he moved to another city, he still has family who live in the area and were affected by the destructive storms. At the Iowa-Iowa State men’s basketball game, Kutcher expressed that most people outside the state either don’t realize the extent of the storms’ damage or underestimate its severity.

A Heart For People

Those who know Johnson, Kutcher, and Moore won’t be surprised by their participation in this joint charity event effort. Each has strong familial ties within the state and their dedication to the residents and business owners is obvious. Due in part to their participation, Mediacom, the University of Iowa, and the Big Ten Network have managed to collect over $200,000 for flood relief in the local areas.

It began as a simple effort to raise awareness of the storms’ damage and attract financial support for those affected in the surrounding areas. But, it has quickly transformed into a powerful celebrity charity event. In their own uniquely personal way, Johnson, Kutcher, and Moore have each felt the impact of the storms’ devastation.

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Shawn Johnson WallStar

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Shawn Johnson 2008 Olympics

Shawn Johnson 2008 Olympics

Still only 16 years of age, Shawn Johnson’s performance at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing was a long time in the making. Her path to stardom began at age 3, when her parents enrolled her in gymnastics classes. By 2007, Johnson was dominating the field and seemed a veritable “sure thing” for the Olympics team. Meeting all expectations, she secured her spot on the team by trouncing teammate Nastia Liukin at the Olympic Trials.

Team Silver

Though Johnson was scheduled to perform in a highly-anticipated individual gymnastics event, she was also an important cog in the U.S. team all-around effort. With teammates Liukin, Chellsie Memmel, Samantha Peszek, Alicia Sacramone, and Bridget Sloan, she earned a silver medal behind the Chinese team. Johnson’s ultimate hope was to return home from the 2008 Summer Olympics with a gold medal. To accomplish that, she would need to perform well in the individual events.

Personal Silver, Then Gold


Johnson was favored to win the gold medal in the individual all-around event. She had arrived at the Olympic Trials and bested Liukin, building the expectations of her family and her coach. Unfortunately, Liukin performed flawlessly and took the gold, leaving the silver for Johnson.

The floor exercise was another opportunity, but this time, Sandra Izbasa from Romania earned the gold. Once again, Johnson was left with another silver medal, still one step away from achieving her dream.

The last chance for Johnson was the balance beam. It was her favorite event, but as the moment for her performance approached, she began having problems. Her head pounded and her stomach ached. She practiced her routine over and over, each time failing to hit her mark. Her gymnastics coach, Liang Chow observed her nervously.

Finally, Chow exclaimed, “Shawn, please wake up!”

It was exactly what Johnson needed. She walked out to the floor and mounted the balance beam. When it was over, she had earned her first Olympic gold medal.

The Dream Accomplished

Shawn Johnson had always dreamed of bringing home an Olympic gold medal. She had learned in Beijing that dreams wouldn’t suffice; effort, dedication, and discipline were needed. In the end, she achieved exactly what she had set out to do and millions of Americans applauded her. To relive the fateful moments as Johnson performed the routine that would transform her into an Olympic Champion, order your life-sized wall stickers at WallStars.tv today.

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Shawn Johnson Wall Stickers

Shawn Johnson Wall Stickers

Shawn Johnson took the spotlight during the 2008 Summer Olympics. She stunned onlookers with her gymnastics prowess, competing in four team events and in an individual event. In both team and individual events, she earned multiple silver medals and a gold medal for the women’s balance beam competition.

During her quick ascent in gymnastics, which culminated at the 2008 Olympic Games, Johnson attracted millions of new fans. They watched her perform on the beam, floor, bars, and vault, hoping for perfection while holding their breath. Now that the 2008 Summer Olympics are over, Johnson’s fans can purchase life-sized wall stickers of the athlete, as well as other high-quality decals and graphics. Below, we’ll describe the advantages of these wall stickers and explain why Johnson fans will enjoy having them.

Wall Stickers And More

If you’re a true fan of gymnastics, you’re also likely to be a fan of Shawn Johnson. Today, you can order vibrantly-colored, durable, life-sized wall stickers of Johnson to hang on any wall in your home. If you have the space in your bedroom, game room, or even the garage, these wall stickers can add excitement.  The layout also works great as a Shawn Johnson Poster.  Simply take the Shawn Johnson WallStar, add a frame and you have a beautiful piece of art.

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Bonus graphics are included with the layout.   These graphics and decals are smaller and can show your fan loyalty to Johnson on surface areas that are more restricted. For example, your locker at school or your vanity mirror may be too small for a Shawn Johnson wall sticker. But, a smaller graphic or decal can fit perfectly.

Reusing Your Shawn Johnson Wall Stickers

Unlike posters and other low-quality alternatives, these wall stickers, decals, and graphics can be used over and over without impacting their ability to stick. The images are transferred seamlessly to high-quality vinyl. The technology and process employed during their creation keeps the durability of that vinyl intact. Not only will it stick perfectly to any smooth surface (including windows!), but you’ll discover that they’ll peel away easily and re-stick trouble-free.

Another advantage is that your Shawn Johnson wall stickers won’t fade over time. The vinyl traps the vibrant colors within, ensuring that the images will look as crisp years down the road as they do today. What’s more, they’re difficult to damage. Have you ever taken a poster down only to hear the gut-wrenching “RIP!”? When you order a Johnson WallStar, you can do so, confident that the high-quality vinyl will protect it.

How To Order Your Shawn Johnson Wall Stickers

Ordering is simple. At WallStars.tv, we have an expanding inventory of pictures showing some of the biggest names and teams in sports. Iowa, home state of Shawn Johnson, has been the home of noteworthy athletes for decades. We take great pride in offering wall stickers, decals, fatheads, and graphics so that you can display your passion for your favorite sports teams and athletes.

If you have a particular image that isn’t within our current inventory, contact us for a customized quote. We can take that photograph and put it through our advanced printing process to transfer it to a life-sized fathead or wall sticker. You’ll enjoy having the versatility of sticking and peeling it on any smooth surface you prefer.

To order your Shawn Johnson wall stickers, graphics, and decals, click on the link below. We can help you show your passion for one of gymnastics’ most exciting competitors.

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Iowa State Cyclones Wall Stickers

Iowa State Cyclones Wall Stickers

 Hailing from Iowa State University, the Cyclones have a long history as noteworthy college football competitors. Starting in 1892, the team has experienced its shares of ups and downs throughout the years, including a player, Jack Trice, who suffered a fatal blow during a game in the 1920s. Today, they compete in the the Big 12 conference. And while the conference is loaded with the top teams in America, the Cyclones are holding their own and have produced some monster upsets since Paul Rhoads took over.

As the Iowa State Cyclones find their footing, fans can show their support by ordering wall stickers and fatheads that show the team’s most memorable moments. You can also own and collect a number of wall decals and graphics that will display your loyalty for the team. Below, we’ll provide a brief history of the Cyclones, including their rise to the top and their appearances at several Bowl games. We’ll also describe how more and more steadfast fans are using wall stickers and similar memorabilia to decorate their walls with the team’s defining moments.

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Hilton Coliseum the home of Fred Hoiberg’s MBB Cyclones and Bill Fennelly’s Twister Sisters!

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Uniforms And Gear Of The Cyclones

The Cyclones got their name during the last few years of the 1800s. After routing Northwestern, a reporter for the Chicago Tribune wrote that the losing team may as well have have been playing with an Iowa cyclone. The name stuck and Iowa State’s college football team has had it ever since. Their helmets are a bright red with a distinct “I” on the side. Their jerseys, a standard white with a gold stripe emblazoned down the sides of their lower uniform.

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Measured Success Through The Years

Over their long history, the Iowa State Cyclones have enjoyed the guidance of strong coaches. Johnny Majors led them to the 1971 Sun Bowl, though they suffered a 15-33 loss to LSU. The following year, they climbed into the Liberty Bowl only to be barely beaten back from victory (30-31) by Georgia Tech. It was another 5 years before the Cyclones would earn their next Bowl bid. The 1977 Peach Bowl pitted them against North Carolina State and resulted in a 14-24 loss. In 1978, they fought their way to the Hall of Fame Bowl. Unfortunately, Texas A&M trounced them 12-28.

Dan McCarney was brought aboard as head coach in 1995, sparking the team’s inspiration. His leadership emboldened the Cyclones and though it took 5 years to return to the Bowl, it was a defining moment for them. The 2000 Insight.com Bowl matched them against notable contender Pittsburgh. The Cyclones triumphed, winning their first Bowl game 37-29.

The following 5 years witnessed Iowa State returning to the Bowl 4 times. In 2001, they lost 13-14 to Alabama in the Independence Bowl. In 2002, the team lost the Humanitarian Bowl 16-34 to Boise State. They returned in 2004 to battle Miami, Ohio in the Independence Bowl, which they won by a slim margin (17-13). The Cyclones’ last Bowl bid was the 2005 Houston Bowl, during which they were narrowly defeated 24-27 by Texas Christian University.

Paul Rhoads was announced as the 31st head coach in December 2008. Rhoads had previously spent time at Iowa State as an assistant coach in the late nineties and was raised only 20 miles from the school’s football facilities.   In October 2009 the Cyclones defeated Baylor to end an 11 game losing stretch against conference opponents, and then went on to defeat Nebraska in Lincoln for the first time since 1977. On December 31, 2009 the Cyclones capped off their season with an Insight.com Bowlvictory over Minnesota.  In 2010 the Cyclones captured a milestone win over the #22 Texas Longhorns by a 28–21 margin.   On November 18, Iowa State faced off against undefeated No. 2 Oklahoma State in Ames.  Down 24-7 early in the second half, Iowa State came back with 17 unanswered points to force overtime.  In the second overtime, Iowa State forced an interception and three Jeff Woody runs ended with a touchdown to beat Oklahoma State 37-31, smashing Oklahoma State’s chances of playing for a national championship.  Iowa State fell to Rutgers in the Pinstripe Bowl to end the season at 6-7.

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Showing Your Team And Player Loyalty

The last few years have seen a rebirth in Cyclone Nation. Fans are excited by the team’s prospects for the football and basketball seasons. You can order your Iowa State Cyclones wall stickers at WallStars.tv. Made from high-quality vinyl and created through an advanced printing process that locks in the vibrant colors, these WallStars can last a lifetime.

You’ll be able to splash your favorite images of the Cyclones across any smooth surface at home or the office. You’ll also be able to immortalize your favorite players. Once they leave the team, a fathead or wall sticker that shows them in uniform will become a collectible. Meanwhile, the wall decals and wall graphics will let everyone around you know that you’re a loyal fan.

Look around WallStars.tv today to find your favorite graphics of the Cyclones. Or, contact us for a quote to customize your own unique wall sticker from a special image. Because nothing says “I’m A Fan Of The Iowa State Cyclones!” louder and more clearly than WallStars.

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Iowa State Cyclones Orbiez

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Shawn Johnson WallStars

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Iowa Hawkeyes WallStars

Iowa Hawkeyes WallStars

The Iowa Hawkeyes have some of the most loyal and dedicated fans in America.  Please find the collection of Iowa Hawkeyes wall decorations below.

Black Tigerhawk Decal

Gold Tigerhawk Decal

Iowa Hawkeyes Tigerhawk Wall Skin – Gold on Black

Iowa Hawkeyes Tigerhawk Wall Skin – Black on Gold

Herky the Hawk Wall Skin

Herky Logo Wall Sticker

Iowa Hawkeyes Football Wall Sticker

Iowa Hawkeyes Oval Wall Skin

Iowa Hawkeyes Tigherhawk Oval Wall Skin

Iowa Hawkeyes gear at Fanatics.com

Gabby Douglas and Fierce Five Inducted into Gymnastics Hall of Fame

The Fierce Five (Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross and Jordyn Wieber) was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in Hartford, CT on August 16th.

The Fierce Five is the artistic gymnastics team that won the second gold medal for the U.S.  in the women’s team competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

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Add the “Flying Squirrel” to your walls today.  Bring home the gold Gabby!

Gabrielle Douglas WallStar (Version 1 of 3) – Gabby Douglas Series

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Shawn Johnson partners with Ozone Leotards

Shawn Johnson recently partnered up with Ozone Leotards.

Check out Shawn’s Forever Gold Collection – Shawn Johnson Forever Gold Leotard Collection

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