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Sports betting: 10 unique Cy-Hawk prop bets you can only wager on in Iowa

11th September, 23:56

CLOSEPhotos: Cy-Hawk football celebrations since 1999 FullscreenIowa offensive lineman Keegan Render (69) and Iowa offensive lineman Ross Reynolds (59) carry the Cy-Hawk trophy after the Cy-Hawk NCAA football game on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes defeated the Cyclones, 13-3. Joseph Cress/Iowa City Press-CitizenFullscreenBuy PhotoMembers of the Iowa Hawkeyes football team carry off the Cy-Hawk Series trophy after a 44-41 win over Iowa State on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa. Bryon Houlgrave/The RegisterBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa's Bo Bower, left, and Cole Croston carry the Cy-Hawk trophy off the field after a 42-3 win over Iowa State on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Bryon Houlgrave/Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa celebrates with the Cy-Hawk Trophy Saturday, Sept. 12 2015, at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames after defeating Iowa State, 31-17. Rodney White/Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State players celebrate with the Cy-Hawk Trophy in front of their fans after a 20-17 win over Iowa at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. Register file photo.Buy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa players hoist the Cy-Hawk trophy after beating Iowa State, 27-20, on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2013, at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State players celebrate a 9-6 victory over Iowa by carrying the the Cy-Hawk Trophy off the field on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012, at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Rodney White/Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State's Tom Farniok grabs the Cy-Hawk trophy from the Iowa sideline after the Cyclones' 44-41 triple overtime win on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa offensive linesman Julian Vandervelde (63) raises the Cy-Hawk trophy after Iowa defeated Iowa State, 35-7, at Kinnick Stadium on Sept. 11, 2010. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa offensive lineman Adam Gettis (73) carries the Cy-Hawk trophy off the Jack Trice Stadium field following the Hawkeyes' 35-3 win over Iowa State on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa defensive lineman Mitch King, right, and defensive back Harold Dalton lead the Hawkeyes in the Iowa fight song while teammates jubilantly hoist the Cy-Hawk Trophy after defeating Iowa State, 17-5, at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City on Saturday Sept. 13, 2008. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State kicker Bret Culbertson grabs the Cy-Hawk Trophy after the Cyclones defeated Iowa, 15-13, on Sept. 15, 2007 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Culbertson's five field goals accounted for all of Iowa State's points. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa's Mike Klinkenborg (40) raises the Cy-Hawk trophy high in the air in celebration of the Hawkeyes' 27-17 win Sept. 16, 2006 at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State University's Jason Berryman (84), Steve Paris (8) and Aaron Brant (75) march the Cy-Hawk trophy back to the locker room after the Cyclones beat the Iowa Hawkeyes, 23-3, Sept. 10, 2005 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa players, from left, Clinton Solomon, Jovon Johnson and Geroge Lewis carry the Cy-Hawk trophy off the field after beating Iowa State, 17-10, Sept. 11, 2004 at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoWith the black-and-gold faithful chanting "Hawkeye State! Hawkeye State!" Iowa's Erik Jensen hoists the Cy-Hawk trophy after the Hawkeyes beat Iowa State, 40-21, Sept. 13, 2003 in Ames. Rodney White/Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State's Kyle Knock (93) holds the Cy-Hawk trophy up in celebration of the Cyclones' 36-31 win against Iowa on Sept. 14, 2002 at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Beau Coleman (55) is also pictured. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State receiver Craig Campbell carries the Cy-Hawk trophy off the field after the Cyclones beat Iowa, 17-14, on Nov. 24, 2001 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State offensive lineman Ben Bruns raises the Cy-Hawk trophy in celebration of the Cyclones' 24-14 win against Iowa on Sept. 16, 2000 at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenBuy PhotoIowa State coach Dan McCarney, left, and Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz meet at midfield after the Cyclones beat the Hawkeyes, 17-10, on Sept. 11, 1999 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Register file photoBuy PhotoFullscreenInterested in this topic? You may also want to view these photo galleries:Replay1 of 202 of 203 of 204 of 205 of 206 of 207 of 208 of 209 of 2010 of 2011 of 2012 of 2013 of 2014 of 2015 of 2016 of 2017 of 2018 of 2019 of 2020 of 20AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide

We're not quite sure if it's a one-state version of the Super Bowl, but this week's Cy-Hawk game is getting some extra love on the sports wagering front.

At least one vendor is offering proposition bets numbering in the double digits for this Saturday's 3 p.m. game on FS1 that has garnered nationwide attention.

Vendor William Hill, which operates at four Iowa casinos in Osceola, Altoona, Waterloo and Bettendorf and is one of two mobile wagering operators for sports betting in the state, has 10 bets beyond the typical money line, point spread and game total that bettors would see at any sportsbook nationwide.

For example, Iowa is currently favored by 2½ points, and the projected point total is set at 44½. Want to bet simply on the winner? Iowa currently stands as a -135 favorite, meaning that you'd have to bet $135 to win $100 on your wager, for example, and receive $235 in total. (Or $13.50 for $10 back, if you set your sights more reasonably.)

Iowa State is a +115 underdog, meaning that if you bet $100 on the Cyclones to win, you'd receive $115 as your prize for a $225 reward.

That preface will help you understand the odds on some of these prop bets. Wander to Prairie Meadows in Altoona, then, and here's what you could bet on.

(Two reminders: Team-based prop bets in Iowa are legal; prop bets on individual players are not. And these odds are as of 5 p.m. Wednesday and are subject to change.)

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Iowa -7½, +180; Iowa State +7½, -210

Iowa -10½, +290; Iowa State +10½, -350

Iowa State -4½, +230; Iowa +4½, -270

Iowa State -7½, +360; Iowa +7½ -440

Alternate point totals

Over 38½, -240; Under 38½, +200

Over 52½, +240; Under 52½, -200

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Hawk Central Huddle of Sept. 11, looking ahead to Hawkeyes' faceoff against the Cyclones at Jack Trice. Des Moines Register

Will there be a safety?

Yes +425; No -550

Will there be a successful 2-point conversion?

Yes +300; No -360

Will the game go to overtime?

Yes +500; No -700

Will one team have three unanswered scores (not including extra points and 2-point conversions)?

Yes -175; No +155

Total field goals made

Over 3, -105; Under 3, -115

Who will score first?

Iowa, -120; Iowa State, Even

How long will the longest touchdown be?

Over 43½ yards, -110; Under 43½ yards, -110

(Note: The bet is refunded if there are no touchdowns scored.)

What will the first score of the game be?

Touchdown, -145; Field goal or safety, +125

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Cyclone's Scuttlebutt recap from Sept. 11. Des Moines Register

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