Iowa Hawkeyes Recap logo
Personalize this site

709 highlight videos and 677 full game videos gathered from the internet about the past 4,415 Iowa Hawkeye football (since 1889) and basketball (since 1901) games. We also have profiles for 1592 players and 60 coaches.

12/7/2023 Basketball vs  Iowa State

12/10/2023 Basketball vs  Michigan

12/10/2023 Women's Wrestling vs  North Central College Invitational

Check back after the game for videos! View all upcoming games or buy tickets (all sports)


Brian Ferentz Contract Tracker >>>

Purdue Purdue Boilermakers

Engineering students at the school were able to experience hands-on education by maintaining a fully operational steam locomotive. In 1891, a local newspaper headlined, "Slaughter of Innocents: Wabash Snowed Completely Under by the Burly Boiler Makers from Purdue". Purdue became known as the Boilermakers the next year. The nickname is often shortened to "Boilers" by fans.

Purdue Basketball

Upcoming Basketball Game:
Sat 1/20/2024 - Iowa  vs  Purdue

Recent Results:

View all prior games >>>


Arena History - Mackey Arena opened in 1967 as a replacement for Lambert Fieldhouse. Originally named Purdue Arena, it was renamed in 1972 to honor Purdue alumnus and long time athletic director Guy "Red" Mackey. On December 12, 1997, the floor was renamed Keady Court in honor of longtime men's coach Gene Keady. The circular arena, similar to several built in the 1960s, seats 14,804, and is considered by many as one of the loudest arenas in the nation due to its domed aluminum roof. Lambert Fieldhouse was built in 1937 on land bought by David Ross and George Ade (the namesakes of nearby Ross–Ade Stadium) as a replacement for Memorial Gymnasium to be the home of the Purdue basketball team, and also contained an indoor track. Memorial Gym was a 2,000 seat facility built in 1910 which had outgrown its usefulness.

This arena list is under construction.

All-Time Basketball Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Purdue  Purdue 79 95 0 174 45.40%

Purdue Football

Upcoming Football Game:
Sorry, no upcoming games listed.

Recent Results:

View all prior games >>>


Stadium History - Ross-Ade Stadium was dedicated in 1924, and named in honor of Purdue alumni George Ade and David E. Ross. In 2019, it was announced that the new name for the playing surface is Rohrman Field at Ross–Ade Stadium. The stadium was built in 1924 to replace Stuart Field, which had been hosting Purdue football since 1892, but only had a seating capacity of 5,000.

This stadium list is under construction.

All-Time Football Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Purdue  Purdue 41 50 3 94 45.21%


Select another opponent from our summary of results by opponent >>>


Hawkeye Recap: Overall Results and Information about Purdue - Summary of Iowa football and basketball games