Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes Prediction, 11/25/2022 College Football Picks, Best Bets & Odds

Game: Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes

Date: Friday 25 November 2022

Location: Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, IA


Odds/point distribution: Hawk Eyes (-10)

Total/Over-Under: 37

The Iowa Hawkeyes (7-4) will take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers (3-8) at Kinnick Stadium on Friday. Iowa is 10-point favorite. The over/under is 37.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers go into this matchup with a record of 3-8 for the year. In their last matchup, the Cornhuskers played the Wisconsin Badgers, losing 15-14 in the final. Casey Thompson was the Cornhuskers’ leader with 11 tries for 33 yards (3.0 yards per carry). Casey Thompson went 12/20 for 106 air yards and 2 touchdowns. He had a 137.5 quarterback rating and finished the game with no picks. Against the rush, the Cornhuskers gave up 235 yards on 52 attempts, an average of 4.5 yards per rush allowed. Nebraska conceded 8 pass completions on 18 attempts for a total of 83 yards and a 44.4% completion percentage. Overall, they totaled 49 plays converted into 171 yards. The Nebraska Cornhuskers eventually ran the ball 29 times and mustered 65 yards, giving them an average of 2.2 yards per dead.

In terms of placing the ball in the end zone, the Nebraska Cornhuskers average 22.5 points per fight. As a unit, they maintain an average of 129.9 rushing yards, ranking 95th in Division 1. The Cornhuskers have earned a total of 3,801 yards for this campaign. When it comes to getting the ball into the end zone, Nebraska has amassed 14 touchdowns through the air and 17 touchdowns over the ground. Nebraska has offensively recorded 200 first downs and committed 59 offenses for 470 yards. They gave up the ball 18 times.

When it comes to passing yards, the Cornhuskers have conceded 2,554 yards, which puts them 77th in D-1. They gave up 232.2 yards per game through the air and facilitated a 61.2% completion percentage. During the season, they concede 427.2 yards per outing, which ranks them 108th in D-1. They conceded 17 touchdowns on the pass and 21 touchdowns on the ball. The opponent rushes 4.6 yards per rush and 195.0 yards on the ground per match during the season. In total, they gave up 2,145 rushing yards in 11 games. The Cornhuskers rank 91st in Division 1 in opposing ratings, giving up 28.5 points per game.

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The Hawkeyes go into this matchup 7-4 this season. The last time they stepped on the gridiron, the Hawkeyes won with a 13-10 final as they played the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Spencer Petras ended the game for 221 yards on 15/24. through the air while his QB rating was 139.9. He didn’t throw any picks and his Y/A was 9.2. Kaleb Johnson ran the football 8 times for 43 yards and finished the contest at 5.4 yards per attempt for Iowa. The Hawkeyes finished for 280 yards while rushing for 52 games (5.4 yards per game). Iowa rushed the ball 2.1 yards per carry and finished for 59 total yards on 28 attempts. Iowa gave up 50 rushing attempts for 312 yards (6.2 yards per rush). The Hawkeyes pass defense conceded a 46.7% completion percentage and gave up 87 yards on 7 of 15 through the air.

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The Iowa Hawkeyes average 253.7 yards per game, which ranks them 130th in the country. The Iowa offense has a total of 350 penalty yards on 44 violations, which is good for 127th in D-1 when it comes to helping the other team. Over the season to this point, the Hawkeyes have totaled 1,748 passing yards and averaged 158.9 passing yards per contest, ranking them 123rd in college football. Looking at points put on the board, the Hawkeyes rank 124th in the country and maintain an average of 17.5 points per contest.

Iowa conceded a total of 1,198 rushing yards (108.9 yards per game) and 4 touchdowns in ground play for the season. They have conceded 10 touchdowns on passes and 164.4 yards/outing, which ranks them 6th in college football. The Hawkeyes defense has taken the field for 749 games, ranking 57th in the nation. The Hawkeyes are yielding 13.5 points per game, which ranks them 5th in the nation. Over the course of the season, they have conceded a total of 149 points.

Who will win the Cornhuskers/Hawkeyes college football game against the spread tonight?

Josh’s Pick: Take the Hawkeyes -10

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