IOWA-STATE Odds: Schedule, Matchups, & Stats

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Iowa State Schedule

Date Opp Close Result ATS/OU
Nov 6, 2023 Green Bay -28 / 131 Won 85-44 Won / Under
Nov 9, 2023 Lindenwood -32.5 / 132 Won 102-47 Won / Over
Nov 12, 2023 Idaho State -28.5 / 129.5 Won 86-55 Won / Over
Nov 19, 2023 Grambling State -27.5 / 134.5 Won 92-37 Won / Under
Nov 23, 2023 @VCU -12 / 130.5 Won 68-64 Lost / Over
Nov 24, 2023 @Virginia Tech -5.5 / 140 Lost 62-71 Lost / Under
Nov 26, 2023 Texas A&M -3 / 135 Lost 69-73 Lost / Over
Dec 1, 2023 @DePaul -14.5 / 136.5 Won 99-80 Won / Over
Dec 7, 2023 Iowa -7.5 / 153.5 Won 90-65 Won / Over
Dec 10, 2023 Prairie View A&M -27 / 141.5 Won 107-56 Won / Over
Dec 17, 2023 Florida A&M -35.5 / 138 Won 96-58 Won / Over
Dec 21, 2023 Eastern Illinois -32 / 138.5 Won 80-48 Push / Under
Dec 31, 2023 New Hampshire -28.5 / 149.5 Won 85-70 Lost / Over
Jan 6, 2024 @Oklahoma +3 / 140.5 Lost 63-71 Lost / Under
Jan 9, 2024 Houston +2 / 129 Won 57-53 Won / Under
Jan 13, 2024 Oklahoma State -12.5 / 135.5 Won 66-42 Won / Under
Jan 16, 2024 @BYU +3 / 144.5 Lost 72-87 Lost / Over
Jan 20, 2024 @TCU +5 / 144.5 Won 73-72 Won / Over
Jan 24, 2024 Kansas State -9 / 135.5 Won 78-67 Won / Over
Jan 27, 2024 Kansas -4.5 / 141.5 Won 79-75 Lost / Over
Feb 3, 2024 @Baylor +4 / 142 Lost 68-70 Won / Under
Feb 6, 2024 @Texas +2.5 / 138.5 Won 70-65 Won / Under
Feb 10, 2024 TCU -8 / 143.5 Won 71-59 Won / Under
Feb 13, 2024 @Cincinnati +1.5 / 136.5 Won 68-59 Won / Under
Feb 17, 2024 Texas Tech -7.5 / 136 Won 82-74 Won / Over
Feb 19, 2024 @Houston +8 / 133.5 Lost 65-73 Push / Over
Feb 24, 2024 West Virginia -17.5 / 144.5 Won 71-64 Lost / Under
Feb 28, 2024 Oklahoma -9.5 / 137 Live
Mar 2, 2024 @UCF - / 4:00 PM ET
Mar 6, 2024 BYU - / 8:00 PM ET
Mar 9, 2024 @Kansas State - / 2:00 PM ET

Betting on the Iowa State Cyclones

In a state with only college teams to cheer for, the Iowa State men’s basketball team has become a popular betting option.

Unfortunately for Cyclones fans, there isn’t much history to brag about with just 20 total NCAA Tournament appearances, 1 Final Four – in 1944 – and 0 national championships.

It’s not all bad, though. Iowa State has contended for the Big 12 title and earned a 4-seed or better in a handful of seasons.

Future NBA point guard Jamaal Tinsley was a key part of the Cyclones’ success in the early 2000s.

In 2000 and 2001, the Cyclones earned back-to-back 2-seeds and won consecutive Big 12 regular season titles. The 2000 season concluded with a loss in the Elite 8.

Perhaps the most exciting and consistent run in Iowa State’s basketball history came in the mid-2010s with Fred Hoiberg captaining the ship.

Hoiberg took a team that hadn’t made the tournament in six seasons and, in a couple seasons, turned them into a popular March Madness bracket pick.

First, the trio of DeAndre Kane, Melvin Ejim, and Georges Niang led the Cyclones to the Sweet 16. The following year, it was Niang and Monte Morris who had college basketball fans picking them to make a deep run.

Unexpectedly, the 3rd-seeded Cyclones were knocked off by the 14th-seeded UAB Blazers in the round of 64.

Now, Iowa State is trying to reemerge as a yearly contender in the loaded Big 12.

A common wager typically placed on a basketball game is the spread. Let’s use a game between the Cyclones and their in-state rivals as an example of how to wager.

  • Iowa State -2.5
  • Iowa +2.5

In this instance, the Cyclones are 2.5-point favorites over the Hawkeyes. A bettor taking Iowa State -2,5 needs the Cyclones to win by at least 3 points to win their bet.

If the Cyclones win by fewer than 3 points, or lose outright, the Hawkeyes cover the spread, and the bettor’s wager settles as a loss.

Betting in Iowa

In 2019, Iowa became the 11th state to legalize sports betting. It offers both online and retail betting and has a plethora of options for prospective bettors.

Practically all of the major online US sportsbooks are up and running in Iowa and are providing fruitful welcome offers for new bettors, including DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet.

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The state’s tax revenue more-than-tripled from 2020 to 2021. The Hawkeye state has a low 6.75 percent tax rate, making it a more affordable market for major sportsbooks.

That plays a key factor in Iowa hauling in significant revenue numbers despite the absence of any professional sports teams.