Iowa State Football

  • Iowa State has +2800 odds to win the National Championship.
  • Iowa State‘s win total is set at 9.5 wins.
  • Iowa State has +450 odds to make the College Football Playoffs.

AMES, Iowa — As the college football season inches closer and closer, the Iowa State Cyclones are looking to make a name for themselves and potentially make a deep run this season.

Legal sports betting sites have tons of different odds on Iowa State’s season that back up their odds to win the National Championship including their season win total, odds to make the playoffs, and even the Heisman Trophy odds.

Iowa State has the sixth shortest National Championship odds.

Iowa State National Championship Odds

  • Alabama +260
  • Clemson +500
  • Georgia +650
  • Oklahoma +650
  • Ohio State +700
  • Iowa State +2800
  • Texas A&M +2800
  • Florida +3300

Iowa State Win Total

Iowa State – Regular Season Win Total

  • Over 9.5 Wins -105
  • Under 9.5 Wins -125

The Under for Iowa State’s season total is favored being that since 2003, the Cyclones have not hit the Over even once. They came the closest last season where they won nine games, which could have been more if the season was not shortened due to COVID-19.

Looking ahead to the 2021 season, they are in good shape to hit the Over, especially with their strength of schedule ranked the seventh easiest in the country.

Iowa State Playoff Odds

Iowa State Odds To Make The Playoffs

  • Yes +450
  • No -900

Iowa State is opening up the season as the seventh-ranked team in the nation. With their schedule this season, they have a chance to move up three spots and make a push to be in the playoffs. They have three games against potentially ranked opponents in #18 Iowa, #21 Texas, and #2 Oklahoma.

If they can go without any upsets to unranked teams this season and at least beat two of the three ranked opponents they have, their college football playoff odds could be in line for a nice cashout.

Notable Iowa State Talent

As for the talent that is on this Cyclones roster, they are nothing short of spectacular with two possible Heisman Trophy candidates in quarterback, Brock Purdy (+2800), and running back, Breece Hall (+3300).

Starting with Purdy, he is coming off of a great season where he put up 2,750 passing yards, 19 touchdowns, 382 rushing yards, and 5 rushing touchdowns. With the season getting back to normal length, he could be looking at improving those numbers to even new heights.

Breece Hall, on the other hand, is looking to have a monster college football season with the extra games. He put up a total of 1,572 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns last season. Something else to keep a note of is that he rushed for over 90 yards and scored a touchdown in every game played.

As long as both Purdy and Hall continue to play on point, Iowa State could make their jump to their first College Football Playoff appearance and possibly a National Title.

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