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This weekend the struggling Nebraska Cornhuskers travel to visit the 7-4 Iowa Hawkeyes. Here’s what you need to know about this Big 10 match up to (responsibly) make the most out of this sweet offer from DraftKings.
Now Nebraska has been… How do I say this… Not good. They’ve dropped five straight and are allowing almost 430 yards a game. They’re 2-6 in conference play and have looked bad all year. Despite their poor record, this is a Big Ten matchup. Literally, anything could happen. They definitely have the advantage in the passing game with a QB who has over 400 more passing yards and 9 more touchdowns. The Cornhuskers are picking up 215 yards through the air per game compared to the Hawkeyes’ 159. They also have the edge in rushing with around 30 more yards a game on the ground. Seems like the Cornhuskers might have a chance, right? Well, let’s slow down for a second.
The Hawkeyes have had an interesting season. They’ve pretty much beaten the teams they were supposed to and lost to some studs like Michigan and Ohio State. While their offense has been slow, averaging only 17.5 points a game, their defense has smothered opponents leading to less scoring than you at the bar. While I think the game will be fairly low scoring, the Hawkeyes, despite missing their star tight end, should stand firm enough to make up for their slow offense and come out with a win. That’s been their recipe for success all year, score a little and hold their opponents to even less.
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