One of the coolest new traditions in all of sports is when Iowa fans wave to the new children’s hospital that has a view of Kinnick Stadium.

The waves from fans help brighten the children’s days, but money is needed to help the kids in their fights against disease.

Enter former Iowa defenders Joshua Jackson and Miles Taylor, who announced on Twitter that they’d be auctioning off the jerseys they wore in their home beatdown of Ohio State to raise money for the hospital:

According to Taylor, the bidding is going well so far, as the highest bid is an impressive $13,000:

It’s great to see the two former Hawkeyes using their memorabilia to raise money for a great cause.

And, since Iowa’s win over Ohio State helped Alabama get into the College Football Playoff, maybe a Crimson Tide supporter will make a bid to thank the two key Iowa defenders and raise money for the children’s hospital.