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Iowa at Northwestern, NCAA College Football Betting
When: 12:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 21, 2017
Where: Ryan Field, Evanston, Illinois
TV: Noon ET, ESPN2. OPENER: Iowa -1.5

Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Northwestern Wildcats, College Football Sports Betting, Week 8 Vegas Odds, Picks and Predictions, Currently at 4-2 and ranked third in the Big Ten West, the Iowa Hawkeyes have chance to become something this season. The bye week has come and gone and gone with it is the up and down of the first six games of the season. From the overtime win over Iowa State to the last-second loss Penn State, Iowa has seen a whole season’s worth of excitement this season. And on one hand, has been good. We saw an Iowa team that should be able to compete with anybody on any Saturday of the year against Penn State. That same team showed up in a gritty performance against Iowa State in Ames.

Nate Stanley threw for 247 yards and three touchdowns while Wadley rushed for 115 yards touchdown in the win over the Illini to finish with over 100 yards for the 12th time in his career. Running  James Butler practiced for the first time since suffering an elbow injury in the win against North Texa Sept. 16, but likely needs another week to recuperate.  Senior running back Justin Jackson racked up a season-high 171 yards and two touchdowns in  against Maryland to break the Wildcats’ all-time rushing record previously held by Damien Anderson (4,485). Jackson needs 38 more yards to move past Anthony Davis (4,676) into eighth place on the Big Ten’s career rushing list.

Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald told reporters. “You have to earn it against Iowa because they don’t make mistakes.” The Hawkeyes hope to have ironed out a few wrinkles on offense during their bye week after beginning Big Ten play 1-2 for the first time since Iowa is averaging 24.7 points per game in conference action, but achieved its highest total of the season in the 45-16 win over Illinois on Oct. 7 and looks to climb back into the race for first place in the West Division.From now on every game is a must-win and I feel like we kind of have our backs against the wall,” Iowa running back Akrum Wadley told reporters. “We have a decent record but that’s not what we’re settling for.


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