Fan cutouts are all the rage right now and the University of Iowa is getting in on the act for the upcoming football season, with a portion of the proceeds going to the University of Iowa Dance Marathon.

During Iowa football games in the 2020 season, Big Ten rules stipulate only immediate family members of coaches and players will be allowed to attend games, but your likeness can be inside Kinnick Stadium for Iowa's four home games.

There are four different cut-out options available, with 20% of the money going to the University of Iowa Dance Marathon, in support of the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital. According to HawkeyeSports.com, the remaining proceeds will be put into the scholarship fund for Hawkeye student-athletes. That's a fund for all teams at the University.

Here are the options (Please note each cutout will be on 18-inch by 33-inch corrugated plastic):

  • $35: University of Iowa students (must have student ID)
  • $50: Iowa football season ticket holders (Ticket Account ID required)
  • $70: Any Iowa fan
  • $500: Cutout signed by Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz. Coach Ferentz will sign them after the season, and they'll be sent back to you at that time.
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As you can imagine, there are a lot of important details and rules when it comes to the cutouts. You can get more details HERE and purchase a fan cutout HERE.

Once you submit the photograph, it will be printed on an 18-inch by 33-inch piece of corrugated plastic and placed in Kinnick Stadium. Go Hawks!