Caitlin Clark: Travis Scott, Maya Moore and Jake From State Farm among stars in Iowa to watch college sensation’s record-breaking game

  • Finding seats at courtside cost a premium before the record-breaking game
  • Scott was highly involved on the sideline, cheering on Clark and the Hawkeyes
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To watch Caitlin Clark’s record-breaking game in Iowa, celebrities such as rapper Travis Scott, WNBA legend Maya Moore, National Baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan, and Jake From State Farm showed up to watch in person. 

Sunday’s game against Ohio State served as Clark’s final regular season home game of her Hawkeye career, as well as the moment where she set the overall NCAA all-time scoring record. 

Clark topped Pete Maravich’s record that stood for 54 years. Maravich scored 3,667 points for LSU. Clark scored 35 points in the win over the Buckeyes, only needing 18 to pass ‘The Pistol’. 

Moore surprised Clark before the game, which the Iowa guard looked incredibly happy about.  

Jake From State Farm, the insurance company’s famous human character from its commercials, whose real name is Kevin Miles, sat at courtside. 

Scott showed up in Iowa City, Iowa to cheer on Clark in her final regular season college game

Scott entered the arena after tip-off, dapping up Miles before taking his own courtside seat.  Ryan sat in the crowd for the game. 

No. 9 Iowa defeated No. 2 Ohio State 93-83, cementing its place as a top-4 seed for the upcoming NCAA Tournament.

Having a top-4 seed means Clark will have the opportunity to play in front of a hometown crowd for possibly two more games. 

The Hawkeyes are now 25-5 and were the national runners-up last season with Clark leading the way. 

Clark now has the rest of her college career to extend her all-time scoring record.