Iowa vs. Minnesota Free Pick

iowa vs minnesota college football week 13 odds preview

Iowa looks to wrap up a frustrating season when it travels to Minnesota in Week 13. The Big Ten foes will square off at 3:30PM ET and for our free pick for this college football matchup, continue reading.

According to Week 13 college football odds and oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com have made Iowa a 14.5-point favorite over Minnesota in Week 13. The over/under total for this game is currently 51.5 points.

With their loss to Ohio State last Saturday, the Hawkeyes dropped to 7-4 and are now 5-5-1 against the number. They’re 2-2 on the road this year but just 1-3 against the spread according to latest college football trends.

The Gophers are just 2-9 this year and have failed to cover in six of 12 games. They’ve yet to win at home at 0-6 and have failed to cover in five of those six games at TCF Bank Stadium in 2010.

College Football Week 13 Free Pick:

Iowa doesn’t have much to play for but then again neither does Minnesota. The Hawkeyes are 4-1 against the spread in their last five trips to Minnesota and 11-4 ATS in their last 15 games against the Gophers. Minnesota, meawhile, is just 1-6 against the number in its last seven home games and 1-4 ATS in its last five games following a bye week. Even without star running back Adam Robinson (who suffered a hard hit against OSU and will likely miss the Minnesota game) in the lineup, the Hawkeyes have more than enough offensively in Ricky Stanzi and Marvin McNutt to handily beat a Minnesota team that struggles on both sides of the ball. Our pick is Iowa minus the points.

2010 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 13 FREE PICK: IOWA HAWKEYES –14.5

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