AMES, Iowa (WHO) – The administrators of Iowa State University held a press conference Tuesday to address concerns about an incident at the Iowa-Iowa State game on Sept. 14.
Members of the Iowa Marching Group stated that they were subjected to racial slaves as well as physical and sexual harassment by fans at Iowa State University.
There are five allegations in all, including that the beer was thrown in the bar and something thrown on the football team bus, a windshield crack.
At least one gang member has received a broken rib.
University of Iowa administrators reopen investigation.
But ISU officials say
"What I do know is that there are no people who come out this morning to tell us something," said Chief Michael Newton, of Iowa State is a university employee. "We are deeply interested. We want someone to come forward. Please tell us if you tell us that we will investigate as fully as possible and make sure that we try to find those responsible for any incident that has occurred. "
The press conference comes a day after Iowa University President Bruce Harald questioned the future of Sea Hawk rivalry.
"This football series. It's incredibly important to the state of Iowa for all the young men who grew up in this game who want to play this game, and for all the young men and women who are members of the marching band, "said Jamie Pollard, State University of Iowa Director of Athletics. "They get a chance to take the big stage, both past and present. It's important that we do our best to continue to support this series."
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