Iowa vs Nebraska Predictions, Odds Week 13 2023

Iowa vs Nebraska Predictions, Odds Week 13 2023

See our predictions and preview for Iowa vs. Nebraska in week 13 to learn our thoughts on the winner and the spread in Lincoln.

  • The defense of Iowa is giving up 9.9 yards per completion.
  • Passing attempts rank 101st for Nebraska’s attack.


The Iowa Hawkeyes will play the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Friday, November 24 at 12:00 ET. CBS will provide the television coverage of this week 13 CFB game at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska.The Cornhuskers are 1.5 point home favorites in this matchup between Big Ten conference rivals. Can they cover the spread and secure a victory at home?


  • Sport: College Football
  • Teams: Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes
  • Where: Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Date: November 24, Friday


Iowa defeated Illinois 15–13, improving their record to 9–2 ahead of this week’s game against Nebraska. Iowa has favored nine games thus far and been the underdog in two others. As a result, there has been an average score differential of +6.1 and an ATS record of 5-5-1. Iowa’s over/under record going into this week’s matchup is 2-9. With an average of 30.8 points per game, their margin against their over/under lines is at -4.7.

Against Illinois, the Hawkeyes completed 29 pass attempts, gaining 167 yards and one touchdown. They gained one rushing touchdown and averaged 3.3 yards per carry in the rushing game. Quarterback Deacon Hill finished with a QB rating of 92.17 in the victory over Illinois, completing 19 of 29 passes for 167 yards. He improved his performance by one touchdown as well.

Ultimately, the Hawkeyes’ defense allowed Illinois a total of 282 yards. 67 yards were given up on the ground by the team’s run defense, while 215 yards were gained via passes. Iowa allows 12.4 points per game going into the matchup, which puts them 50th in the league. On average, opponents have been gaining 173 passing yards against them, ranking 26th. With 112.3 yards allowed against the run, they rank 33rd in college football.


Nebraska, with a 5-6 overall record, is ready for this match. Regretfully, they were defeated 24-17 by Wisconsin in their most recent game. The Cornhuskers have been the underdog in five games going into this week’s game against Iowa, and they have been the favorite in four of them. They had a 4-6 ATS record going into the match. Nebraska has a 4-6 over/under record thus far this season. Their meetings have produced a total score of 37.5 points on average, with 42 points typically being the over/under line.

Against Wisconsin, the Cornhuskers’ passing offense consisted of 23 pass attempts for 169 yards and one touchdown. They scored one rushing touchdown and averaged 4.9 yards per carry in the running game. Quarterback Chubba Purdy scored one touchdown on the run in addition to one touchdown through the air in the team’s most recent defeat. He completed 65.2% of passes for 169 yards of total throwing yardage.

Ultimately, the Cornhuskers’ defense allowed Wisconsin 316 yards in total during the game. 156 yards were gained through the run defense, as opposed to 160 in the passing game. This season, the Cornhuskers’ defense has allowed 86.5 running yards per game, ranking 202nd. When playing against Nebraska, opponents are averaging 221.2 passing yards, and their quarterbacks have an 84.3 passer rating. As of right now, they are ranked 91st in the NCAA for points allowed.


When Nebraska and Iowa last faced one other, Nebraska prevailed 24-17. Against Iowa, Nebraska’s passing approach was effective, generating 329 yards of total offense, of which 278 came through the air. Iowa threw for 150 and ran for 124.

There has been some movement thus far when taking the point spread lines into account. At first, Iowa was the 1-point favorite. With a 1.5 margin, Nebraska is now the favorite, though. Iowa is assigned a 51% chance of winning with an ML payoff of -103 as of the moneyline odds. Conversely, at a moneyline of -120, the projected victory percentage for the Cornhuskers is 55%.


  • When examining Iowa’s last five away games, they have a 3-2 record against the spread.
    ATS in Nebraska’s previous home games, they are 1-2.
    In their last ten games as underdogs, Nebraska has a 5-5 record.
    Iowa’s ATS record was 1-2 over the previous three times they were favored. you can wager on the different betting types, such as moneyline, spread, and total, and you can bet either on your favorite team or an undervalued underdog, always with the best and latest wagering lines. Open your account now and receive a 100% bonus on your first cryptocurrency deposit, just click below:

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