Bret Bielema’s Badgers will travel to the always dangerous Nile Kinnick Stadium to square off against the Iowa Hawkeyes (4-3 SU, 4-2 ATS). Wisconsin is still licking its wounds after being the recipients of a 48-7 beat down Saturday, in Camp Randall no less, by the #3 Penn State Nittany Lions.
The Hawkeyes, meanwhile, are coming off of a 45-9 win against the Hoosiers that covered the NCAA wagering line by 30 points. The Badgers have not only lost their last three games SU, but they’re also on a three game losing streak against the college football gambling line.
Last week against the Nittany Lions, starting QB Allan Evridge struggled mightily, completing just 2-of-10 passes for 50 yards and an interception. With his recent struggles it is unknown whether he or Dustin Sherer will get the start against the Hawkeyes. RB PJ Hill was also held in check by JoPa’s team, only registering 58 yards rushing on 15 carries.
Going back into 2007, the Badgers have lost their last four Big 10 games ATS for NCAA football gamblers. On the back of a stellar defense, the Hawkeyes started the season by playing five straight games under the ‘total’ per the NCAA odds until their game against Indiana last week went over the total.
After four consecutive weeks of being held under 21 points, the Hawkeyes offense exploded against a poor Hoosier defense last Saturday. Running backs Shonn Greene and Jewel Hampton ran wild, rushing for 229 yards and four touchdowns on 45 carries in the dominating victory.
Heading into this game, the Hawkeyes have gone 1-4 ATS for college football betting fans over their last five home games. The Hawkeyes currently sit as 3.5-point home favorites in this game per the football betting odds.
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