Nevada Wolf Pack vs Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Pick ATS
Nevada Wolf Pack (2-4 SU, ATS 2-4-0) vs Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (1-5 SU, ATS 2-3-0)
Date: Saturday, October 15th
Location: Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex, Honolulu, HI
Point Spread: Wolf Pack -6/Rainbow Warriors +6 (STOP wasting your hard earned money overpaying for -110 odds! Start laying only -105 TODAY at BetAnySports! Who doesn’t like to save money?)
Money Line: Wolf Pack -229/Rainbow Warriors +180
Heading into this week’s game, the Wolf Pack have a record of 0-2 in Mountain West play. Their
overall record currently sits at 2-4. This season, the Wolf Pack have been favored in 3 games
while posting an ATS mark of 2-4-0. Their average over-under betting line is 48.67 leading to an
over-under record of 3-3-0.
The Wolf Pack head into the game coming off a 17-14 loss vs Colorado State. With the defeat,
Nevada also added an ATS loss to their resume. Nevada ended the game with a total of 244 passing
yards on 42 attempts. However, they did not find the endzone. The team ended the game with 2
rushing touchdowns, along with a total of 114 yards on the ground.
Quarterback Nate Cox comes in the game having completed 66 of 123 passes for a passer rating
of 74.1. Overall, he has a total of 746 passing yards. So far, the team’s most productive wide
receiver is Jamaal Bell, who has caught 23 passes for a total of 234 yards. The top option in the
run game for the team is Toa Taua, who has carried the ball 108 times for a total of 430
The Rainbow Warriors head into this week’s matchup with an overall record of 1-5. So far, they
are just 0-1 in Mountain West play. This season, the Rainbow Warriors have been favored in 1 game
while posting an ATS mark of 2-3-0. Their average over-under betting line is 48.33 leading to an
over-under record of 2-3-0.
Hawaii is coming off a 2 point loss to San Diego State by a score of 16-14. The Rainbow
Warriors entered the game as 24.0 point home underdogs, making this an ATS loss. In the game,
Hawaii finished with 1 touchdown through the air, while throwing for 196 yards. On the ground,
the team ended with 1 rushing touchdown, while averaging 6.1 yards per carry for a total of 146
Brayden Schager heads into the game as the team’s top quarterback, with a current passer
rating of 68.84 on a total of 855 yards through the air. Jonah Panoke leads the team’s receiving
corps with 15 catches for a total of 172 yards. The Wolf Pack have turned to running back Dedrick
Parson a total of 81 times for a total of 336 rushing yards.
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Looking back on their last 10 games, the Wolf Pack have an ATS record of just 4-6-0. In
addition, their straight up record is only 3-7-0. They have a negative scoring differential in
these games by averaging 27.2 per game and allowing 29.9. Their last 10 over-under record is
In their last 5 games away from home, the Wolf Pack have a straight up record of 2-3-0 while
going 3-2-0 vs the spread. The team’s offense averaged 23.2 points per game in these
Looking back on their last 10 games, the Rainbow Warriors have an ATS record of just 5-4-1. In
addition, their straight up record is only 3-7-0. On offense, the team averaged 21.2 points per
game while allowing 34.6. Their over-under mark (last 10) is 4-6-0.
In their last 5 games at home, the Rainbow Warriors have a straight up record of 2-3-0 while
going 2-2-1 vs the spread. The team’s offense averaged 22.2 points per game in these
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KEY STATS AND ANALYSIS
Heading into this week’s matchup, the Wolf Pack will look to improve their offensive output,
as they are ranked just 106th in the NCAA in points scored. But working in their favor is the
fact that they are facing a Hawaii defense allowing 40.5 points per game.
One aspect of the game that could benefit a Nevada offense that struggles to generate big
plays in the passing attack is that they are facing off a Hawaii defense that has yet to generate
a lot of pressure on opposing quarterbacks. So far, the Rainbow Warriors are just 188th in sacks
This season, the Nevada offense has struggled in the run game, averaging just 130.67 yards per
game on the ground. In terms of attempts, they rank 44th in the NCAA at 38.5 per contest. This
week, the Wolf Pack could be in line for a big game in the rush attack, as Hawaii is ranked 200th
in rush yards allowed per game. This year, they have averaged 130.67 yards per game when facing
defenses ranked outside the top 50.
Heading into this week’s matchup, the Rainbow Warriors will look to improve their offensive
output, as they are ranked just 124th in the NCAA in points scored.
Although Hawaii has struggled to move the chains on 3rd down throughout the season, they have
a chance to take advantage against a Nevada defense that is allowing an average of 28.83 points
per game and has had its problems getting off the field on third down.
So far, the Hawaii offense is averaging just 121.5 yards per game on the ground. This
production has come on an average of 29.83 rush attempts per game (122nd). This week, the Rainbow
Warriors will be facing a Nevada defense that is ranked 128th in rush yards allowed per game. So
far, they are averaging 123.75 yards per game when facing defenses ranked outside the top 50.
Heading into the game, the Rainbow Warriors will hope for some improved play from their
defense, as they are currently 126th at 40.5 points per game allowed.
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