Odds & Free Pick Iowa Vs WisconsinJosh Bailey
Can No. 8 Wisconsin Avoid Upset Against Dangerous Iowa in Week 11 Big Ten Battle!
Forget covering the spread!
The eighth-ranked Wisconsin Badgers will be on high alert to avoid the big-time, outright upset when they host the dangerous Iowa Hawkeyes in their Week 11 Big Ten battle on Saturday. After pulling off one of the very biggest upsets of the year just last weekend, Iowa is looking to record back-to-back stunners!
Las Vegas college football oddsmakers are listing Wisconsin as 12-point favorites over Iowa. The over/under is 46. The longtime conference rivals will meet at Camp Randall Stadium at 3:30 PM ET with this matchup airing on ABC. Now, let’s find out where the value in this intriguing matchup lies!
Odds & Free Pick Iowa Hawkeyes Vs Wisconsin Badgers
Iowa Hawkeyes (6-3) at Wisconsin Badgers (9-0)
When: Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 3:30 PM ET
Where: Camp Randall Stadium
Stream: Watch ESPN
NCAAF Odds: Wisconsin Badgers -12
Why Bet On Iowa Over Wisconsin
The Hawkeyes have won two straight and three of four and just beat the hell out of Ohio State every way imaginable in their stunning 55-24 Week 10 win over the Buckeyes. Iowa led 31-17 at the half and poured some gasoline on the first by outscoring their Big ten rivals 24-7 in the second half and 17-7 in the final quarter as quarterback Nate Stanley threw five TD passes. Iowa has held five of their last seven opponents to 17 points or less and have not allowed more than 24 points in any game over the stretch.
Why Bet On Wisconsin Over Iowa
Wisconsin remained unbeaten by blowing Indiana off the field in their 45-17 Week 10 win to easily cover the chalk as a 10.5-point road favorite as I predicted last week. The Badgers had their second-highest scoring output of the season as quarterback Alex Hornibrook tossed two TD passes and gifted freshman running back Jonathan Taylor rushed for a stellar 183 yards and one touchdown.
Free Pick Iowa Vs Wisconsin
While I’m a huge believer in the Badgers as a legitimate national championship contender while many others aren’t because of their lack of quality opponents this season, I just don’t see Wisconsin covering the chalk as a near, two-touchdown favorite against an Iowa team that hasn’t lost by more than seven points in any of their three losses this season.
The Hawkeyes have gone an encouraging 6-2-1 ATS in their last 9 conference games and 4-0 ATS in their last 4 games in November while the Badgers have gone 2-5-1 ATS in their last 8 home games and a winless 0-5 ATS in their last five home games against Iowa. I’m going to encourage you to go with the 60 percent of public bettors that like the Iowa Hawkeyes to cover the chalk!