Tom Stryker’s Free Football Play September 9th


#367 IOWA STATE (+3′) over Iowa at 4 PM EST on Saturday
The Cyclones apply to a solid 60-24 ATS non-conference game two super situation and head coach Matt Campbell and his troops will stroll right into sold-out Kinnick Stadium and swipe the Cy-Hawk trophy. Iowa State has dropped six straight in this series and they will be primed and ready for this revenge battle.

Since the start of the 2016 regular season, ISU has been an ATM machine posting a money-making 42-28-1 ATS record in its last 71 lined games. In this setting priced as an underdog of +2.5 or more, Coach Campbell’s crew improves to a solid 20-8-1 ATS including an elite 15-5-1 ATS provided they are fighting in a payback mode. Also, when matched up against a non-conference foe, the Cyclones have performed well posting a reliable 42-27-1 ATS mark including a strong 24-10 ATS tally provided they take the field with steam off a straight up win.

Offensively, Iowa looked awful in its season opener against South Dakota State. The Hawkeyes only managed seven points, 10 first downs, and 166 total yards against an FCS opponent! This rivalry game will prove to be a huge challenge for head coach Kirk Ferentz and his men. As a non-conference host tackling an opponent that enters with a team won/loss percentage of .501 or better, Iowa has struggled financially notching a rough 6-16 ATS record in its last 22 tries. In this role competing against a foe that arrives off the comforts of a home game, the Hawkeyes fall to a stiff 4-15 ATS. Lastly, since 1991, game two favorites that score seven points or less in their season opener own a feeble 3-12 ATS mark.

In last year’s victory, Coach Ferentz’s defense forced four turnovers against the Cyclones and converted them into 20 of their 27 points. Even though the Hawkeyes “D” is a good one, Coach Campbell’s boys will find just enough offense to pull off this upset. Take Iowa State. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.


Stryker nailed his last two online plays in college football with Florida State (+4′) over LSU WON 24-23 and Clemson (-24′) over Georgia Tech WON 41-10 and he’s back with one more solid investment that will bring home the cash. This elite money-maker is supported by one golden 9-0 ATS angle and another solid 11-4 ATS trend. Grab Tom’s NCAA Perfect Database Play for $30.