Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs Iowa Hawkeyes Live Stream, Week 5, Sep 28, 2019 

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs Iowa Hawkeyes Live Stream, Week 5, Sep 28, 2019 

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs Iowa Hawkeyes Live Stream, Week 5, Sep 28, 2019

  • NCAA FB GameTrax – 2019 Week 5
    Team : Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs Iowa Hawkeyes
    Date : Sat, Sep 28, 2019
    Time : 12:00p ET
    TV : ESPN2
    Field : Kinnick Stadium – Iowa City, Iowa

Can No. 14 Iowa handle a major spread at home when it has a non-meeting game with Middle Tennessee on Saturday at Noon ET?

Game Snapshot and Odds

141 Middle Tennessee versus 142 Iowa

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Early afternoon ET – Kinnick Stadium

Television: ESPN2

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Open Betting Trends

As per the most recent oddsmakers, Iowa is the reasonable most loved in this game, as the Hawkeyes are getting chances of – 24 points against Middle Tennessee. The over/under aggregate for the challenge is recorded at 53. The open wagering as of now has 79 percent going on Iowa as the home top pick. This data is liable to change, in any case, so make certain to look at our NCAAF Public Betting Page for refreshed figures on the game.

Center Tennessee beat up by Duke

The Blue Raiders tumbled to 1-2 on the season two weeks prior with a 41-18 misfortune at home to Duke. Center Tennessee is currently 1-2 against the spread while hitting the over in each of the three games this year.

Center Tennessee has battled protectively this year, permitting 35.7 focuses and 460.7 yards per game. Unpleasantly. MTSU is setting up 28 points and 414.7 yards per challenge. Asher O’Hara is driving the group with 785 yards and eight touchdowns passing while additionally scrambling for 202 yards and a score. Ty Lee is the main recipient with 12 gets for 135 yards and a touchdown while Chaton Mobley has scrambled for 107 yards and two touchdowns.

Iowa edges Iowa State

Iowa had the week off this end of the week, yet is falling off a 18-17 win at Iowa State two weeks back. The Hawkeyes are 3-0 on the season, 1-2 against the spread and 2-1 with the under.

The Hawkeyes have been a predominant protective group this season, permitting simply 10.3 focuses and 262.7 yards per game. Kristian Welch is driving the unit with 22 handles and a sack. On offense, Iowa is averaging 28.7 focuses and 405.3 yards per challenge. Nate Stanley is driving the offense with 689 yards and six touchdowns while Mekhi Sargent is the main rusher with 208 yards and a score. Ihmir Smith-Marsette is the top recipient with 11 gets for 194 yards and three touchdowns.

School Football Betting Trends

Center Tennessee

The Blue Raiders are 4-1 against the spread in their last five against Big Ten adversaries and 12-5 ATS in their last 17 games following a misfortune.


Iowa is 5-2 against the spread in their last seven non-meeting games and 16-7-1 ATS in their keep going 24 games on fieldturf.


Iowa has looked really great so far, as the Hawkeyes have had the option to keep running over home rivals while securing them protectively. Center Tennessee had the option to go out and about and spread at Michigan and I figure the Blue Raiders can cover this week also. While Iowa has looked great, this is somewhat of a snare game for Iowa. The Hawkeyes are falling off a contention game with Iowa State and have Michigan one week from now. Center Tennessee isn’t a group that they presumably are stressing a lot over. With the Blue Raiders being 1-2, they are urgent for a vexed and should give a strong exertion.

Following seven days of rest and unwinding — that is what occurs during bye weeks, isn’t that so? — it’s the ideal opportunity for the now fourteenth positioned Iowa football crew to return to business.

On the whole, the Hawkeyes (3-0) need to host Middle Tennessee (1-2) in the last nonconference tilt of the period. An excursion to No. 20 Michigan is up the next week.

For they record. try not to call the current week’s adversary Middle Tennessee State. It’s Middle Tennessee or MTSU (not certain what the “s” represents now). Or on the other hand basically the Blue Raiders.

It’s anything but difficult to jab fun when groups like MTSU adventure into Eastern Iowa, yet this isn’t a terrible program from Conference USA, as you are going to discover.

Here are “5 Things” to think about the Blue Raiders:

1. The mentor

To state Rick Stockstill has discovered a home in Murfreesboro, Tenn., might be putting it mildly.

He has instructed MTSU to a 88-80 record in 14 seasons and has had only three losing efforts, including a 6-7 record in 2010 when the Blue Raders lost to Miami (Ohio) in the GoDaddy.com Bowl.

He has guided MTSU to eight of its 12 bowl appearances, including prevails upon Southern Mississippi in 2009 (New Orleans Bowl) and Arkansas State in 2017 (Camellia Bowl).