Iowa State QBs accused of betting on school sports, including football.

The attorney's office has filed a criminal complaint against Iowa State University quarterback Hunter Deckers.

In the complaint, he is accused of tampering with records related to the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation's investigation into sports gambling.

According to the complaint, Deckers is accused of placing 26 bets on sporting events in the state of Iowa.

The complaint also includes a 2021 football game against Oklahoma State, when he was a sophomore backup quarterback.

The complaint alleges that the DraftKings account controlled by Deckers processed mobile/online sports bets in excess of $2,799.

Deckers started all 12 of the Cyclones' games last season.

Deckers would face a permanent loss of eligibility under NCAA guidelines.

Deckers will not participate in Iowa State's fall football camp in order to "focus on his studies and defense of this criminal allegation," according to the attorneys' statement.