NCAAB: #12 Iowa State vs Missouri Prediction, Vegas Odds, and Picks (Jan 28)

  • Iowa State faces Missouri on the rod in a tough matchup.
  • This is a terrific showdown between the Big 12 and SEC.
  • The Cyclones are ranked #12 in the country and Missouri has just five losses all year.

If you’re in search of the latest NCAAB betting odds and Iowa State vs Missouri prediction, look no further because Vegas Odds has you covered.

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The Cyclones just topped Kansas State in a signature win, and Missouri defeated Ole Miss by a dozen the last time out.

Schedule and How to Watch

  • Where: Mizzou Arena, Columbia, Missouri
  • When: Saturday, January 28, 2:00 PM EST
  • How to Watch: ESP2

Iowa State Cyclones vs Missouri Tigers Vegas Odds

Team News and Game Preview

This should be a fun one in Missouri. The Tigers are 15-5 on the year with wins over Illinois, Kentucky, and Arkansas. Three of their losses came to top 25 teams such as Kansas, Alabama, and Arkansas.

Missouri is 10th in the nation in points per game (83.4) and 14th in assists (17.2). Kobe Brown (15.8 PPG) and D’Moi Hodge (14.5 PPG) lead the way for Missouri.

Isiaih Mosley broke out the last two games, scoring 19 against Alabama and then 20 against Ole Miss.

Iowa State has been rolling lately, winning against Baylor, TCU, Texas, and Kansas State since New Year’s Eve. In that time, the Cyclones have two losses — against Kansas and Oklahoma State, both by single digits.

Jaren Holmes (13.5 PPG) and Gabe Kalscheur (13.1 PPG) lead the Iowa State team, and those two combined for 42 points in the stunning victory over Kansas State.

Iowa State vs Missouri Prediction

The Cyclones are hot as can be right now, especially if we throw out the two-point loss to Oklahoma State. On the other hand, the Tigers are a tough team, especially with the way Isiaih Mosley has played lately.

The Tigers have just two losses at home all year, and they came against Kansas and Alabama, both top 25 teams. Missouri stuns Iowa State and the Tigers make their case for a top-25 ranking tough to argue with.

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Matt is a sports fanatic and originally from sunny Southern California. He has covered multiple sports over the past half dozen years and also covers USC and Colorado sports as well as the Mountain West.

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