College football betting starts early this week with Louisiana Tech hosting Hawaii on Wednesday in an ESPN 2 televised contest.
It is the third of three straight road games for Hawaii as they won in NCAA football betting at Washington State but lost outright at UNLV.
College football betting on Louisiana Tech has seen them lose games against Auburn and Navy while defeating Nicholls State. The last time Hawaii went to Louisiana Tech was two years ago and it was a great NCAA football betting contest. It was a 45-44 overtime win for the Warriors. Hawaii has won six of the seven all-time college football betting meetings against Louisiana Tech. Hawaii has won two of the three games at Ruston.
Hawaii has done very well in WAC play of late as they are 20-4 in the conference since the start of the 2006 college football betting season. Hawaii this college football betting season is led by quarterback Greg Alexander who leads the NCAA and the WAC in total offense at 446 yards per game. Hawaii’s receivers have been impacting college football betting. Greg Salas, Rodney Bradley and Kealoha Pilares are capable of impacting NCAA football betting. Salas leads the country in yards per game (159.7) while Bradley is fifth (127.0) and Pilares ranks fourth in receptions per game with 9.
This is the 24th time that Hawaii is opening the conference part of the college football betting season on the road. They are 9-14 in those previous 23 games.
College football betting trends have Hawaii winning six of the last seven conference games against the spread. The Warriors are 5-1 against the NCAA football betting number in their last 6 road games. Hawaii has been tough in September of late, winning 9 of their last 12 against the college football betting odds. Hawaii has won five of the last seven games in college football betting against Louisiana Tech.
Louisiana Tech is 6-1 vs. the online betting number in their last 7 home games. The Bulldogs are 4-11 ATS in their last 15 games in September. Looking at the college football betting total at the online sportsbook in this game we see that Hawaii’s last four games have gone over. 21 of the last 31 Hawaii conference games have gone over the online betting total. Five of the last six Louisiana Tech home games have gone over at the online sportsbook.