Indiana (@1.9) vs Nebraska (@1.87)
26-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Nebraska will win

Indiana – Nebraska Match Prediction | 26-10-2019 15:30

The Huskers are looking for a big-bodied, physical target willing to battle for every ball as Morgan did and Nebraska fans are urging each other to temper expectations of true freshman WanDale Robinson being the next Rondale Moore. In the meantime, Spielmans slippery nature and scoring proficiency point to him being one of Adrian Martinezs favorite targets - if not the top guy.

ESPNs FPI says Nebraska has a 51.4 percent chance at victory, which is unchanged from the spring. The ultimate coinflip, Nebraska gets a 10th win with the slimmest of favorable odds. Nebraska gets the tiniest of edges likely because of the homefield advantage. This could go either way. The Huskers brought a good fight at Iowa last season but lost 31-28 to end the season. Whichever big-time quarterback makes the last play. At home, Nebraska has three-straight losses to the Hawkeyes. With Iowa and Nebraska both as trendy picks to win the division, this game and Ohio State-Michigan on the same day is a great close to the Big Ten season.

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Purdue is not an easy place to play under Jeff Brohm, and the Boilermakers proved that with a win last season against Ohio State. ESPNs FPI says Nebraska has a 64.4 percent chance at victory Who is ready to see WanDale Robinson and Rondale Moore on the same college football field? Last year saw a 42-28 win for Purdue with both David Blough and Adrian Martinez above the 300-yard mark. Nebraska is favored to rebound, but Purdue is a dangerous team in the West.

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Nebraska won a school-record 20th straight home game Thursday night win a 70-64 victory over Penn State. Nebraska shot 27-of-55 from the field, 9-of-23 from 3-point distance and 7-of-11 at the free throw line. tallied 19 points, four boards and three assists. James Palmer Jr. He also contributed 11 rebounds, four blocked shots and two steals. Isaiah Roby paced Nebraska (12-4, 2-3 Big Ten) with 22 points on 8-of-9 shooting including 2-of-3 from 3-point range plus 4-of-5 at the free throw line. Glynn Watson Jr. The Cornhuskers outscored the Nittany Lions 37-33 in the second half to put it away. added 11 points plus five caroms, four dimes and two steals.

Four Predictions for Indiana vs. Nebraska

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Over the past two games Indiana has finished with their two lowest turnover totals of the season. Against a defensively stout Michigan, Indiana only turned the ball over seven times and followed that up with a second straight game of seven turnovers in their loss at the hands of Maryland. Indiana has had double-digit turnovers in all of their games this year besides their last two.

A road game against Maryland is sandwiched by the annual divisional tilts this season. Considering Nebraska must face both the Badgers and Hawkeyes every year, the best they can ask for is to have home-field advantage in both games. This season not only offers this but also the opportunity to fine tune any loose mental screws between those two contests.

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He earned an average of 15.8 yards per catch for that contest. Peyton Hendershot was the leader in receiving yardage by earning 95 yards on 6 catches. He racked up a total of 108 yards via 18 carries which meant he averaged 6.0 yards per run. Against the run, the Hoosiers gave up 173 yards on 37 attempts which gave them an average of 4.7 yards per attempt allowed. In the game, they finished with a total of 71 plays which added up to 523 yards. He walked away from this game with no interceptions. Running the show from under center for the Hoosiers was Peyton Ramsey who went 20/27 with 193 yards passing and threw 1 touchdown. For the game, the Hoosiers got 28 first downs and they totaled 11 penalties for 105 yards which shows us that this team didn't have their heads in this game. On the day, they gave up 383 yards and earned 2 turnovers. The Hoosiers ran the ball a total of 30 times and added 189 yards which earned them an average of 6.3 yards per attempt. In their last game, the Indiana Hoosiers took on the Maryland Terrapins and earned the victory by a score of 34-28. Stevie Scott III paced the team on the ground for that contest. He tore off a long run of 34 yards and he tallied 2 TD's for the game. When discussing the defense, Indiana gave up 17 completions on 27 throws totaling 210 yards, and a completion percentage of 63.0%.