Minnesota vs Iowa Betting Week 8 odds and predictions for this college football game from NCAA for the 2023-24 season.
Minnesota vs Iowa Betting Odds
Here are the Minnesota vs Iowa Betting odds:
Minnesota vs Iowa Betting Predictions
These are the Minnesota vs Iowa Betting predictions.
Minnesota is ranked 100th with a passing completion rate of 55.5%.
Every game, Iowa’s defense lets in 14.9 points.
There is a week 8 CFB game between the Golden Gophers and the Hawkeyes. It will be shown on NBC at 3:30 on October 22, 2023. The game will take place at Iowa City’s Kinnick Stadium. In a game between two Big Ten teams, Iowa is a 3.5-point home favorite.
It’s important for Iowa to keep going after their 13-10 win over Minnesota last year. When you look at how the two teams did in this game, Iowa ran for 59 yards and for 221 yards. Minnesota, on the other hand, scored 87 runs and ran for 312.
Since the lines were first set, Iowa has gone from being a -5 point favorite to a -3.5 (-111) point favorite. Minnesota, on the other hand, is currently a +3.5 (-110) point home underdog. The Hawkeyes’ moneyline payout is -174 right now, which is different from the starting odds of -205. Right now, it looks like Iowa will win 64% of the time and Minnesota will win 41% of the time.
Minnesota vs Iowa Betting Prediction: Golden Gophers
Minnesota lost 52–10 to Michigan last week and will be looking to get back above.500 this week. The Vikings are 1-4 this season against the spread. The Golden Gophers have been the favorite three times and the outsider twice.
The average over/under line for Minnesota’s six games is 46.2 points. The average number of points scored in these games is 48.3, giving OU a 2-3 record.
On offense, the Golden Gophers were 3 of 14 on third downs against Michigan and gained 169 yards. They had one score and 52 yards through the air. The Golden Gophers ran 39 times but didn’t score. They ended up with 117 yards on the ground.
In their last game, Athan Kaliakmanis, quarterback, tried to pass 15 times against Michigan. In the end, he threw for 52 yards and completed 33.3% of his passes. During the loss, he also threw two picks.
Michigan got 407 yards against the Golden Gophers’ defense at the end of the game. The team’s run defense gave up 163 yards on the ground while letting the other team pass for 244. At 26.7 points per game, Minnesota’s defense ranks 83rd in the country when it comes to points given up.
Each game, their opponents have gained an average of 235.3 receiving yards, which is the 110th most in the country. They let opponents run for 138.2 yards per game, which is 82nd in college football.
Minnesota vs Iowa Betting Prediction: Hawkeyes
Before their game against Minnesota, the Iowa Hawkeyes beat the Wisconsin Badgers 15–6 and have a record of 6–1. Iowa has been the favorite five times so far and the outsider in two. This has led to an ATS record of 4-2-1 and an average difference in scores of +6. Iowa has a 2-5 record on the over/under so far this season. In their past games against each other, the average score was 35.7 points, and the average over/under line was 38.4 points.
Iowa’s team had 239 yards of offense and one touchdown on the ground against Wisconsin. They were only 4/17 on third down and averaged 6.2 yards per catch on their 14 pass attempts. Deacon Hill only threw for 37 yards against Wisconsin, but he did score a touchdown. Overall, he had a 50.3 passer rating and a 42.9% completion rate.
The Hawkeyes’ defense was great against Wisconsin. They only let Wisconsin score 6 points and gain 332 yards. Wisconsin’s receiving game had 228 yards at the end. Iowa gave up 3.7 yards per try up front.
As of this week’s game, Iowa’s defense gives up an average of 14.9 points per game, which puts them 49th in the country. They’ve given up 198.3 receiving yards per game, which is 50th in the country. They’ve given up 127.3 yards per carry, which ranks them 58th in college football.
Minnesota vs Iowa Betting Trends
Here are the Minnesota vs Iowa betting trends:
- Over the last three road games that Minnesota has played, they have gone 1-2 against the spread.
- Iowa is 2-1 against the spread in its last three home games.
- Iowa has gone 2-1 against the spread in the last three times they were the underdog.
- The over/under record for Minnesota’s last three games as the favorite is 1-2.
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