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NCAA Free Picks: #17 Oklahoma at Iowa St. Betting Odds & Week 10 Preview

Week 10: Sooners vs Cyclones Picks

College Football Week 10 betting action sees the No. 17 Oklahoma Sooners taking on the Iowa State Cyclones on Nov. 1, at Jack Trice Stadium. Cappers Picks provides free College football handicapping tips all season long.

NCAA Football Spreads

OU Sooners vs ISU Cyclones
When: Saturday, November 1, 2014, at 12 p.m. EST
Where: Jack Trice Stadium
TV: FOX Sports 1
College Football Betting LINE: +16 (Iowa State)
College Football Betting O/U: 62.5
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The Iowa State Cyclones will look to upset a struggling seventeenth ranked Oklahoma Sooners in a Big 12 matchup Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium in Norman.

Oklahoma

The Sooners (5-2) have lost two of their last three games and will look to turn things around on Saturday before they take on the Baylor Bears next weekend.

Quarterback Trevor Knight has struggled as of late, thrown at least one interception in four of his last five games.

He has however, completed 59 percent of his passes for nine touchdowns this season, including six touchdowns to Sterling Shepard and Durron Neal.

The Sooners have also been running the ball well, and are led by Samaje Perine, who leads the team with 657 rushing yards.

MyBookie

He has turned up the juice as of late, scoring nine touchdowns in his last four games.

Defensively, Oklahoma is allowing 22.9 points and 390.7 yards per game, and has forced 15 turnovers and collected 19 sacks.

Iowa State

The Cyclones (2-5) are still looking for their first conference win and second home win of the year, and will need to quickly retool their defense if they want any chance at beating the Sooners in this one.

Iowa State Cyclones is allowing 35.3 points and 455.7 yards per game and have allowed 30 or more points in eight of their last 10 games.

Meanwhile, the offense has been fueled by dual threat quarterback Sam B. Richardson who has completed over 60 percent of his passes while tallying 13 passing touchdowns.

He also is the Cyclones leading rusher with 319 yards and two TDs.

College football betting trends

* Over is 9-1-1 in OKLA last 11 games overall.
* Over is 15-5-1 in OKLA last 21 conference games.
* Under is 10-4 in ISU last 14 games in November.
* Over is 7-3 in ISU last 10 games on grass.
* OKLA are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 meetings.
* Favorite is 7-2 ATS in their last 9 meetings.

Week 10 NCAA Football Spread Prediction

While I don’t expect the Cyclones to beat Oklahoma SU, I think they have enough to keep things closer than expected.

4* FREE Score Prediction: Oklahoma 28, Iowa State 24

I will take the Cyclones and the points here.

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