Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers Week Aggies NCAAF Week 11 Game Preview

    November 6, 2019 | Football Sports Iowa vs Wisconsin 2019 NCAAF 11 Preview

    The Wisconsin Badgers suddenly have forgotten how to win with back-to-back losses of late. They will look to restore some measure of pride when they welcome the Iowa Hawkeyes in Madison, each team looking to boost their current AP Poll ranks. Go ahead and read the 2019 NCAAF Week 11 Iowa vs. Wisconsin preview by Nitrogen Sports Blog.

    Iowa vs. Wisconsin Week 11 Game Preview

    When: Saturday, November 11, 2019
    Where: Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
    2019 NCAAF Odds: Iowa (+8.5) vs. Wisconsin (-8.5)

    What to know about the Iowa Hawkeyes (6-2)

    Iowa vs. Wisconsin 2019 NCAAF Week 11 moneyline odds for the Hawkeyes: +290
    Iowa enjoyed a bump up in the rankings to 18 this week despite not playing a game. The Hawkeyes got some moment going after picking up 2 straight wins. But they haven’t beat Wisconsin since 2015 and have lost 6 of their last seven to the Big Ten West rival Badgers.

    The Hawkeyes’ key to success will be their defense. They can shut down any opponent in college football. Offensively, on the other hand, the Hawkeyes have struggled to find their groove. They’ve been bailed out a few times this year by turnovers and defensive scores. Plus the offensive unit will have to sea with some potential injuries.

    OL Alaric Jackson has a knee injury and it’s not clear if he will be on the field against Wisconsin. And RB Tyler Goodson, who left Iowa’s last game with an ankle injury, has been labeled as questionable.

    What to know about the Wisconsin Badgers (6-2)

    Iowa vs. Wisconsin 2019 NCAAF Week 11 moneyline odds for the Badgers: -350
    After dropping 2 in a row, the Badgers are in a must win scenario if they want to keep their Big Ten West hopes alive. The recent skid has some wondering if wholesale changes are on the horizon in Wisconsin. Even with the turmoil surrounding the squad, the AP still bumped the Badgers up two spots to 16th in the national rankings.

    The offense was an issue for Wisconsin in its recent loss to Ohio State. But head coach Paul Chryst promised that some adjustments will make the team harder to cover and predict. But the usually run-heavy team will have a tough task facing a top-notch defense.


    The 2019 season is currently underway and Nitrogen Sports has the latest betting lines.



    Betting trends


    • The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Iowa’s last 7 games.
    • Wisconsin is 5-0 SU in the last 5 games played at home.

    This Hawkeyes vs. Badgers matchup in 2019 NCAAF Week 11 will likely decide who’s going to finish with at least a second-place finish in the Big Ten West division. Have you made your NCAAF picks for Iowa vs. Wisconsin? Make sure to check out our how to bet on sports piece first.

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