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Iowa Renovated Home Team Tunnel At Kinnick Stadium

Kirk Ferentz waves to fans as he takes the field at Kinnick Stadium.

IOWA CITY, IA - NOVEMBER 14: Head coach Kirk Ferentz of the Iowa Hawkeyes waves as he takes the field before the match-up against the Minnesota Gophers on November 14, 2015 at Kinnick Stadium, in Iowa City, Iowa. (Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images)

With only eight days away from the season opener, the Iowa Hawkeyes have revealed their latest improvements to Kinnick Stadium. They announced the upgrades to their stadium on Thursday night.

The Hawkeyes already have one of the nicest stadiums in all of college football, but it doesn't hurt to renovate when possible.

Next Saturday, the fans at Kinnick Stadium will get to see their beloved Hawkeyes walk out of the newly upgraded tunnel.

Renovations on the tunnel includes three-dimensional logos and spectacular lighting. Overall, it's a pretty sweet perk for the team as they walk out toward the field.

Iowa's team account shared a few photos of the entrance tunnel on Twitter.

You can see the latest modifications to Kinnick Stadium here:

Walking out of this new tunnel might just add a little extra motivation for the Hawkeyes.

Head coach Kirk Ferentz and his players took a stroll down the tunnel earlier this week. Most of the photos would hint that the team appreciates the latest upgrade to the stadium.

Iowa enters this season with the potential of winning the Big Ten West. Nathan Stanley should lead the offense smoothly, meanwhile top prospect A.J. Epenesa can anchor the defense.

Iowa fans - do you like these improvements to Kinnick Stadium?