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TCU Horned Frogs vs. Iowa State Cyclones Betting Information, odds and picks

Last season Iowa State ambushed the Big 12 Conference as a surprise team.  Counter to that is a 2021 campaign in which the Cyclones wilted under the hot lights of high College football betting expectations.  Certainly, the Cyclones have a talented team.  Running back Breece Hall is an All-American candidate. In comparison, quarterback Brock Purdy is among the best in the Big 12.  Wins over Oklahoma State and Texas drew national attention.  But losses to Texas Tech and West Virginia boggle the mind.  This week TCU needs one more win to become bowl eligible.

TCU Horned Frogs vs. Iowa State Cyclones Betting Information

Date: Friday, November 26, 2021
Time: 4:30 pm ET
Location: Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, Iowa
TV Coverage: FS1

TCU vs. Iowa State Betting Odds

TCU +15 ( -110 ) 60 ( -110 ) +465
Iowa State -15 ( -110 ) 60 ( -110 ) -630
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TCU Horned Frogs at Iowa State Cyclones Odds Analysis

On the whole, TCU has soured the public with its poor play and forced retirement of Gary Patterson.  The Horned Frogs are a faded betting brand in the eyes of an annoyed Bitcoin sportsbook public.  In like manner, Iowa State failed to achieve preseason expectations.  But gamblers still see them as much more capable than the Horned Frogs.  Especially at Jack Trice Stadium.

Horns Look to Leap Into Bowl Game

Last week TCU beat Kansas 31-28 as 21-point home favorites.  The game went under the Betting on college football total of 63.  As a result, TCU is 5-6 straight up, 2-8-1 against the spread, and 6-5 over/under.  TCU ranks 38th for total offense and 57th for scoring offense.  Defensively, TCU ranks 114th overall and 112th for points allowed.

Accordingly, Griffin Kell kicked a 25-yard field goal with 11 seconds to play to salvage the win for TCU.  Kell’s field goal capped a 14-play, 67-yard drive after Kansas had rallied from a 14-point deficit to tie the score.

Namely, Max Duggan ran for a touchdown and passed for 166 yards in his first game since October for TCU.

Disappointing Season for Underachieving Cyclones

Last week, Iowa State lost at Oklahoma 28-21 as a 3-point dog.  And then the game went under the bet on NCAAF total of 58.5.  Now, the Cyclones are 6-5 straight up, 4-7 against the spread, and 5-6 over/under.  Iowa State ranks 47th for total offense and 48th for scoring offense.  While defensively, the Cyclones rank 10th overall and 31st for points allowed.

Namely, Caleb Williams passed for a touchdown and ran for another.  And then Jalen Redmond returned a fumble for a score to spark OU.

TCU Horned Frogs at Iowa State Cyclones Against the Spread

On the road, TCU is 42% against the spread.  While as an underdog, the Horned Frogs are 35% vs. the odds.  In conference action, TCU is 44% against the spread.

As an away team, TCU is 64% over the total.  Overall, as an underdog, the Horned Frogs are 57% over the total.  And in conference games, TCU is 56% over the total.

At home, Iowa State is 50% against the spread.  While as a favorite, the Cyclones are 48% vs. the odds.  In conference action, Iowa State is 50% against the spread.

As a home team, Iowa State is 58% under the total.  Overall, as a favorite, the Cyclones are 55% under the total.  And in conference games, Iowa State is 50% over/under the total.

TCU is 1-4 against the spread vs. Iowa State.  Also, the Horned Frogs and Cyclones are 2-6 over/under the total.  Specifically, at Iowa State, TCU is 1-3 vs. the odds against the Cyclones.  Further, these two teams are 1-3 over/under the total at Iowa State.

TCU Horned Frogs at Iowa State Cyclones CashBet Free Pick  

As mentioned earlier, the Cyclones have controlled the Betting on NCAAF payout window against TCU.  Further, the Horned Frogs are in the red on the road as dogs and against the Big 12.

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