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Iowa State football at No. 21 Oklahoma State: Predictions, How to watch

After a 17-14 loss last week at TCU, Iowa State and quarterback Zeb Noland have another difficult road test Saturday at No. 21 Oklahoma State. (Jerome Miron/USA TODAY Sports)
After a 17-14 loss last week at TCU, Iowa State and quarterback Zeb Noland have another difficult road test Saturday at No. 21 Oklahoma State. (Jerome Miron/USA TODAY Sports)

Iowa State hits the road again as a 9.5-point underdog at No. 21 Oklahoma State. The Cyclones (1-3, 0-2) are looking for their first Big 12 win Saturday against the Cowboys (4-1, 1-1) in the midst of a daunting conference schedule.

Predictions

Marc Morehouse — If Mike Gundy still has the mullet, it’s the Cowboys all the way. I don’t think he does, though. Ha, I’m an adult wondering if a coach has a mullet. Oklahoma State 24, Iowa State 21

Mike Hlas — If Mike Gundy coached an area college football team, I’d probably do a lot more writing about Ultimate Frisbee competition. Oklahoma State 24, Iowa State 14

Jeff Johnson — I was not one of those guys who prank called OSU Coach Mike Gundy during Monday’s Big 12 coaches teleconference. Honest. Now Hlas on the other hand ... Oklahoma State 24, Iowa State 17

Beth Malicki — I treat these pick ’ems like others use Twitter, or notes to their friends on Post-its, or letters to the editor that never reach print. Oklahoma State 31, Iowa State 27

Ben Visser — Iowa State Coach Matt Campbell is not yet a man at only 38 years old — 40 seems to be the line which a person crosses into manhood, according to Oklahoma State Coach Mike Gundy. Oklahoma State 31, Iowa State 24

Todd Brommelkamp — Even Scott Hall thinks Mike Gundy is a bad guy. That’s a WWE reference. Google it, Chico! Oklahoma State 37, Iowa State 28

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Pregame coverage

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Kickoff time: 2:30 p.m.

TV: ESPN2

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