Fresno State at Hawaii College Football Odds

College football odds players get a special Saturday nightcap to evaluate the college football betting lines with as Hawaii hosts Fresno State Saturday at 11PM eastern.

College football odds have been profitable with both teams so far this season as they have each covered 2 out of their 3 college football betting lines results.

The Fresno State Bulldogs are 1-3 straight up despite their success with the college football odds. The program that boasts about playing “anyone, anywhere, anytime” has been bitten by that motto as their brutal college football betting lines schedule has held them down so far. They have lost at Wisconsin, at home to Boise State, and at Cincinnati. All of those teams are undefeated straight up. Fresno State’s college football odds strength is their rushing attack that is ranked 3rd best in the nation. Ryan Matthews has been the top ball carrier for the Bulldogs in college football odds play this year as he has 592 yards, a 6.8 yards-per-carry average, and 5 touchdowns. Quarterback Ryan Colburn has had his share of problems with the college football betting lines as he has an erratic 7/7 touchdown to interception ratio. Fresno State’s defense has also been a weakness with the college football odds as it ranks 88th in points allowed. Fresno State’s last game with the college football odds was September 26 when they lost at Cincinnati 20-28 as 17-point dogs.

The Hawaii Warriors have a college football odds record of 2-2 straight up. Their last college football odds appearance was on September 30 in a 6-27 loss at Louisiana Tech as 6-point road dogs. As is always the case the Warriors college football odds strength is their passing attack that ranks 3rd best in the nation. Greg Alexander has completed 65% of his passes for 1421 yards with 9 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. This will be only the 2nd home game of the college football odds schedule for Hawaii this year.

The stark contrast of the Fresno ground game against the Hawaii aerial show makes for a great handicapping challenge.

Hawaii has covered 7 out of the last 10 in this head to head series including 4 out of their last 6 at home against Fresno State.

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