Air Force at Hawaii 10/19/19 - College Football Betting Odds & Picks
Air Force vs. Hawaii
NCAAF: 11:00 PM EST
Oct. 19, 2019
Hawaii still got respect from the books this year as both teams come into this game sitting at 4-2 on the season. Hawaii has had wins over a good Arizona team and over a average Oregon State Beavers team. Nevada they took to the woodshed 54-3 and they managed to hang tight with Boise State probably the best Mountain West Conference team in the land.
Hawaii also comes into this contest 3-0 at home this season where teams normally get distracted with a trip to the big island. This Hawaii team is lead by Cole McDonald he is off a game where he had 251 yards passing 3 touchdowns and no interceptions. On the season Cole has thrown 20 touchdowns and averages about 325 yards per game.
Air Force though is a very tough and scrappy team as is all of the service academy teams this year. Air Force comes in off a nice win at home over Fresno State where they pummeled them 43-24. They have also beat Colorado and San Jose State this season. All in all I think Hawaii has played the tough schedule and that will come into play on Saturday.
Air force is lead on the ground by Kadin Remsberg he had 11 carries last week for 89 yards averaging 8.1 yards per carry. Donald Hammond will should be leading Navy at quarterback on Saturday as their as Isaiah Sanders is questionable heading into the big game on Saturday night at Hawaiian Airlines field at Aloha Stadium.
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Free Betting Pick: Hawaii +2.5
Look for this game to be hard fought and for their to be serious contrasts in styles as you see Air Force try and run the ball and limit the time Hawaii has the ball. Hawaii is much better suited this year to run the ball when needed and their defense is the best it has been in years. Look for Hawaii to win this one outrite in a pretty high scoring game. Hawaii 45-42 over Air Force.