Virginia

The

Iowa Hawkeyes (6-0) and

Virginia Cavaliers (5-2) clash in a Big Ten/ACC Challenge affair Monday in Charlottesville, Va. The battle at John Paul Jones Arena is scheduled for a 7 p.m. ET tip (ESPN2). Below, we look at the

Iowa vs. Virginia odds and lines and make our expert college basketball picks, predictions and bets.

Iowa has thus far played through an easy schedule at home. The fast-tempo Hawkeyes have had a few lights-out shooting performances already and have scored 85 or more points in each of their six games. Iowa is shooting 50.0% from the floor and is averaging 97.2 points per game (PPG), which is the top mark in the nation.

The Cavaliers have won four in a row since losing at Houston Nov. 16. UVA is the hare in this Tortoise-and-Hare matchup. Virginia - which has played in five straight Unders - has allowed just 53.6 PPG, which ranks fourth.

Both teams last played Friday. The Hawkeyes and Wahoos meet for the first time in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge and fourth overall.

See also: Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY Sports.

Iowa at Virginia odds, spread and lines

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  • Money line: Iowa -120 (bet $120 to win $100) | Virginia +100 (bet $100 to win $100)

  • Against the spread (ATS): Iowa -1.5 (-107) | Virginia +1.5 (-115)

  • Over/Under (O/U): 132.5 (O: -115 | U: -107)

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Iowa at Virginia odds, lines, picks and predictions

Prediction

Virginia 65, Iowa 64

Money line

PASS.

Look to leverage the ATS and/or Under plays in this one.

Against the spread

The Hawkeyes are 0-8 ATS in their last eight road games following three or more consecutive home games.

The Wahoos can defend well, especially inside the arc and in close proximity to the hoop. Iowa will get its 3's, but the margin will be small if the Hawkeyes are a little off target from distance.

A youthful Iowa team going on the road for a first time, and after playing a weak slate to date, is ripe for an off night.

TAKE VIRGINIA +1.5 (-115).

Over/Under

The Under is 7-0 in the Hawkeyes' last seven road games, and 5-0 in the Cavaliers' last five overall.

Look for Virginia guards

Reece Beekman,

Kihei Clark and

Armaan Franklin to be a difference-making trio in keeping Virginia on schedule and playing its brand of basketball at its pace.

TAKE THE UNDER 132.5 (-107).

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