Donald Trump will be in Ames, Iowa this weekend to attend the Cy-Hawk rivalry between Iowa and Iowa State. It will not be the first time the former President of the United States has attended the rivalry.

“We’re thrilled to invite Donald J. Trump to the Iowa vs. Iowa State football game this weekend,” said former Iowa TE and former acting AG Matt Whitaker via a press release. “President Trump attended this game in 2015 and remembers the incredible passion and electricity of the fans.”

The 2015 matchup was also in Ames, a 31-17 win for the Hawkeyes. That game came in the middle of a current 5-game winning streak for Iowa in Ames. Iowa State won the most recent matchup but the Hawkeyes have won 7 of the past 9 overall meetings.

During the 2015 visit to Iowa, Trump shared some particularly high remarks for Iowa and then-QB CJ Beathard.

Kirk Ferentz was informed Trump would be in attendance during his Tuesday press conference, and Ferentz appeared very disinterested. The head coach noted it’s “great” but pointed out there will be about 60,000 others in attendance.

When it comes to Ferentz, he’s probably only concerned about things that will help the Hawkeyes win on Saturday.