Iowa State vs. Iowa Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Iowa State vs. Iowa online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The Cyclones will host the Hawkeyes in the Hilton Coliseum.

    September 26, 2016


    Everything you need to know about the Iowa State vs. Iowa online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.


    The Iowa State Cyclones are back in the Hilton Coliseum to welcome the rival Iowa Hawkeyes to Ames, Iowa .

    Who doesn’t love an in-state battle on the hardwood? No. 4 Iowa State is ranked in the top five for the first time in 19 years. The Cyclones have started the season out with seven straight wins and don’t plan on tasting defeat any time soon.

    Iowa State last took the floor on Monday, and it turned out to be a rough time for the visiting Buffalo Bulls, who went home with an 84-63 loss.

    Like the Cyclones, the Hawkeyes also have sevens wins to their credit. The only differences is Iowa took back-to-back losses from Dayton and Notre Dame two weeks ago.

    Let’s see who wins the battle of the “Hawkeyes State.”

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Iowa State vs. Iowa online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.


    Iowa State vs. Iowa Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information


    Prediction

    Niang and Uthoff are both going to take what they want on the offensive end, but the slight edge goes to Niang playing it up for the home crowd. Morris will be a thorn in Iowa’s side, too. He’ll be pesky on defense and force some turnovers, but he’ll also set up his teammates with open looks all night. Both teams will shoot well from the perimeter, but Iowa State will keep the Hawkeyes from pulling down offensive rebounds, which is a big part of their game. Look for Jameel McKay to do work inside, too. He’ll get some shots to fall and help the Cyclones pull this one out.

    For the score prediction, check out our Iowa State vs. Iowa game preview


    Game Notes

    • Iowa has had nine different players score in double digits at least once this season. Senior Jarrod Uthoff has reached double figures in every game.
    • Iowa holds a 43-25 advantage in the series. Iowa State has won the last two meetings, including an 85-82 win over the Hawkeyes in 2013.
    • The home team has won eight of the last 10 in the series with the Cyclones winning in Iowa City last season and in 2010.

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