UNLV Rebels vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Top Rated Play
UNLV Rebels (4-6 SU, ATS 7-3-0) vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (2-9 SU, ATS 6-4-0)
Date: Saturday, November 19th
Location: Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex, Honolulu, HI
Point Spread: Rebels -10/Rainbow Warriors +10 (Get a 125% bonus up to $400 AND a free half point everytime you bet your favorite team by entering bonus code PREDICTEM at GTBets!)
Money Line: Rebels -398/Rainbow Warriors +308
The Rebels head into this week’s game with an overall record of 4-6. However, they are 2-4 in Mountain West action. This season, the Rebels have been favored in 4 games while posting an ATS mark of 7-3-0. Their average over-under betting line is 52.65 leading to an over-under record of 5-5-0.
The Rebels are coming off a 37-30 loss to Fresno State. But they did manage to cover the spread as the 8.5-point underdogs. To finish the game, the Rebels had a yards per completion figure of 9.6 and a total of 172 yards through the air. However, they did not come up with a touchdown pass through the air. The team ended the game with two rushing touchdowns, along with a total of 219 yards on the ground.
Quarterback Doug Brumfield comes into the game having completed 141 of 215 passes for a passer rating of 94.14. Overall, he has a total of 1610 passing yards. Through the air, the team will be looking for a big game from leading receiver Ricky White. On the season, he has caught 46 for 560 yards. The top option in the run game for the team is Aidan Robbins, who has carried the ball 172 times for a total of 850 yards.
The Rainbow Warriors head into this week’s matchup with an overall record of 2-9. So far, they are just 1-5 in Mountain West play. This season, the Rainbow Warriors have been favored in 1 game while posting an ATS mark of 6-4-0. Their average over-under betting line is 50.41 leading to an over-under record of 4-6-0.
In their previous game, the Rainbow Warriors lost by a score of 41-34 to Utah State. However, they were able to cover the spread as 10.5-point underdogs. In the game, Hawaii finished with two touchdowns through the air while throwing for 306 yards. The team ended the game with two rushing touchdowns, along with a total of 235 yards on the ground.
So far, quarterback Brayden Schager has a passer rating of 68.6 while completing 180 of his 328 attempts. Receiver Zion Bowens heads into the game, as the team’s leader in receiving yards, with a total of 386. The top option in the run game for the team is Dedrick Parson, who has carried the ball 156 times for a total of 687 yards.
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Against the spread, the Rebels have gone 7-3-0 over their last 10 games. Straight up, they have a record of 4-6-0. Their last ten scoring differential sits at -2.5, as they averaged 26.4 points per game while allowing 28.9 points. The over-under record in these games was 5-5-0.
Through their last five road games, UNLV has an ATS record of just 4-1-0. However, their overall record was 1-4-0 while averaging 17.2 points per game.
Looking back on their last ten games, the Rainbow Warriors have an ATS record of just 7-3-0. In addition, their straight-up record is only 2-8-0. They have a negative scoring differential in these games by averaging 20.2 per game and allowing 33.6. Their last ten over-under record is 3-7-0.
Through their last five home contests, the Rainbow Warriors’ offense has averaged 25.2 points per game while allowing an average of 29.4. Hawaii posted an overall record of 2-3-0 while going 4-1-0 ATS.
KEY STATS AND ANALYSIS
Heading into this week’s matchup, the Rebels have an opportunity to put together a stronger scoring performance, as they are just 83rd in the NCAA in points scored and are facing a Hawaii defense that is allowing an average of 36.27 points per game.
So far, the UNLV offense is averaging just 143.9 yards per game on the ground. This production has come on an average of 33.9 rush attempts per game (91st). This week, the Rebels will be facing a Hawaii defense ranked 187th in rush yards allowed per game. For the season, they have averaged 184.17 yards per game when facing defenses ranked outside the top 50.
Heading into this week’s matchup, the Rainbow Warriors are 119th in the NCAA in points scored and are matched up against a UNLV defense that is allowing an average of 28.9 points per game and has had its problems getting off the field on third down.
So far, the Hawaii offense is averaging 143.09 yards per game on the ground on a per-game average of 31.27 rush attempts per game (112th). This week, the Rainbow Warriors will be facing a UNLV defense that is ranked 115th in rush yards allowed per game. So far, they are averaging 143.11 yards per game when facing defenses ranked outside the top 50.
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UNLV -10. We don’t recommend betting multi-team parlays, as this is why bookies drive cadillacs, but if you have to bet them, at least do so at the sportsbooks with the best parlay odds on the web!