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At 10:30 PM ET on Saturday, the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (2-7) play at the Fresno State Bulldogs (4-4).
The Rainbow Warriors are expected to lose by at least two TDs (currently +24.5) versus the Bulldogs (with an over/under of 62 points).
Game Info and Betting Lines for Fresno State vs. Hawaii
- Game Day: Saturday, November 5, 2022
- Game Time: 10:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: Fox Sports 2
- Location: Fresno, California
- Stadium: Bulldog Stadium at Jim Sweeney Field
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Fresno State Betting Insights
- Hawaii’s ATS record is 6-3-0 this season.
- When it has played as at least 24.5-point underdogs this year, Hawaii is 1-0 against the spread.
- Out of Hawaii’s nine games with a set total, two have hit the over (22.2%).
Fresno State Stats & Insights
- From an offensive standpoint, Fresno State ranks 74th in the FBS with 389.6 yards per game. Meanwhile, its defense ranks 53rd in total defense (363.1 yards allowed per contest).
- Fresno State is putting up 26.0 points per game on offense this year (86th in the FBS), and is allowing 24.1 points per game (53rd) on the other side of the ball.
- Fresno State is averaging 266.8 passing yards per game on offense this season (42nd in the FBS), and is giving up 200.9 passing yards per game (32nd) on the other side of the ball.
- Fresno State ranks 104th in run offense (122.9 rushing yards per game) and 90th in run defense (162.3 rushing yards allowed per game) this season.
- Offensively, Fresno State ranks 38th in the FBS with a 44.4% third-down percentage. Meanwhile, the team’s defense ranks 68th in third-down percentage allowed (162.3).
- Fresno State has forced nine total turnovers (96th in the FBS) this season and have turned it over 13 times (80th in the FBS) for -4a turnover margin of -4, 100th-ranked in college football.
Fresno State’s Best Players
- Jake Haener has recorded 1,248 yards (156.0 ypg) on 109-of-150 passing with seven touchdowns compared to three interceptions this season.
- Jordan Mims has 677 rushing yards on 142 carries with eight touchdowns.
- This season, Malik Sherrod has carried the ball 46 times for 252 yards (31.5 per game) and two touchdowns.
- Jalen Cropper’s leads his squad with 568 yards as a receiver. He’s racked up that yardage on 51 receptions (out of 65 targets) and scored one touchdown.
- Nikko Remigio has hauled in 43 receptions totaling 483 yards, finding the end zone three times as a receiver so far this campaign.
- Zane Pope’s 22 catches have turned into 300 yards and one touchdown.
- David Perales leads the team with 7.5 sacks, and also has 7.0 TFL and 21 tackles.
- Levelle Bailey is the team’s top-tackler this year. He’s collected 32 tackles and 3.0 TFL.
- Bralyn Lux has a team-high one interception to go along with 21 tackles, 2.0 TFL, two sacks, and one pass defended.
Hawaii Betting Insights
- Hawaii is 6-3-0 ATS this year.
- Hawaii is 1-0 against the spread so far this season when playing as at least 24.5-point underdogs.
- Hawaii hase gone over in two of nine games with a set total (22.2%).
Hawaii Stats & Insights
- Hawaii has plenty of room to get better, as it ranks 17th-worst in total yards per game (323.4) and 20th-worst in total yards allowed per game (436.0).
- Hawaii has plenty of room to get better, as it ranks 13th-worst in points per game (18.3) this season and 14th-worst in points allowed per game (33.7).
- Hawaii’s passing offense has been a bottom-25 unit this season, generating 192.2 passing yards per game, which ranks 23rd-worst in the FBS. On defense, it ranks 40th with 206.9 passing yards surrendered per contest.
- Hawaii’s defense has been a bottom-25 unit in run defense this season, ceding 229.1 rushing yards per game, which ranks fourth-worst in the FBS. On offense, it ranks 92nd with 131.2 rushing yards per contest.
- Hawaii ranks 23rd-worst in third-down conversion rate (33.8%), but it has been more effective on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 62nd in the FBS with a 37.5% third-down rate allowed.
- After forcing 10 turnovers (87th in the FBS) and turning the ball over 13 times (80th in the FBS) this season, Hawaii owns the 100th-ranked turnover margin of -3.
Hawaii’s Best Players
- Brayden Schager has 1,406 passing yards, or 156.2 per game, so far this season. He has completed 56.6% of his passes and has thrown six touchdowns with six interceptions.
- Dedrick Parson is his team’s leading rusher with 132 carries for 572 yards, or 63.6 per game. He’s found paydirt 10 times on the ground, as well. Parson has also chipped in with 21 catches for 137 yards and one receiving touchdown.
- Tylan Hines has run for 382 yards across 50 carries, scoring one touchdown.
- Zion Bowens has racked up 270 receiving yards on 20 receptions to pace his squad so far this season while scoring three touchdowns as a receiver.
- Jalen Walthall has put up a 210-yard season so far with one touchdown. He’s caught 16 passes on 39 targets.
- Dior Scott’s 25 receptions (on 45 targets) have netted him 204 yards (22.7 ypg).
- John Tuitupou leads the team with 3.0 sacks, and also has 2.0 TFL and 15 tackles.
- Penei Pavihi, Hawaii’s tackle leader, has 39 tackles, 1.0 TFL, one sack, and one interception this year.
- Malik Hausman has a team-high three interceptions to go along with 26 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and six passes defended.