The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (0-0) will look to upset the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (0-0) on Sunday, September 4, 2022 at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex. The Hilltoppers are heavy favorites in this one, with the spread posted at 16 points. The over/under in this contest is 67.5 points.
Western Kentucky vs. Hawaii Predictions
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Western Kentucky vs. Hawaii Betting Trends
- Western Kentucky’s record against the spread last season was 9-4-0.
- Against the spread, as 16-point favorites or greater, the Hilltoppers went 4-0 last season.
- Western Kentucky had nine of its 14 games go over the point total last year.
- Western Kentucky won six of the eight games it was the moneyline favorite last season (75%).
- Western Kentucky won all five games it played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -693 or shorter.
- Hawaii posted a 5-6-1 record against the spread last year.
- Hawaii didn’t have a win ATS (0-1) as 16-point or larger underdogs last year.
- Out of 12 Hawaii games last year, five hit the over.
- Hawaii was an underdog in nine games last season and won three (33.3%) of those contests.
- Last season, Hawaii was at least a +481 underdog on the moneyline one time, losing that contest.
Western Kentucky vs. Hawaii: Over/Under Trends
- A total of times last season, Western Kentucky and its opponent combined to score more than 67.5 points.
- There were Hawaii games last season with more than 67.5 points scored.
- The Hilltoppers and Rainbow Warriors combined to average 73 points per contest last season, which is 5.5 more than the total for this game.
- The total for this game is 67.5 points, 6.7 higher than the combined points allowed for these two teams last season.
- The over/under in this game (67.5) is equal to the average total for Hilltoppers games last season.
- Rainbow Warriors games averaged 59.8 total points last season, 7.7 fewer than the total for this matchup.
Western Kentucky Players to Watch
- Bailey Zappe had a passing stat line last year of 5,953 passing yards with a 69.3% completion rate (476-of-687), 62 touchdowns, 11 interceptions, and an average of 425.2 yards per game.
- Last year, Noah Whittington took 101 carries for 617 rushing yards (44.1 yards per game) and scored two touchdowns.
- Adam Cofield racked up 373 yards on 81 carries (26.6 ypg), with four rushing touchdowns last season.
- In the previous season, Jerreth Sterns hauled in 150 catches for 1,902 yards (135.9 ypg). He also scored 17 touchdowns.
- Daewood Davis also filled up his receiving stat line last year. He grabbed 43 receptions for 762 yards and eight touchdowns. He put up 54.4 receiving yards per game.
- Malachi Corley reeled in 73 passes for 681 yards and seven touchdowns, putting up 48.6 yards per game last year.
Hawaii Players to Watch
- Chevan Cordeiro passed for 17 touchdowns and 11 interceptions while throwing for 2,793 yards by the end of last season (214.8 ypg). He also contributed three touchdowns on 26.3 rushing yards per game.
- Dedrick Parson tallied 618 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on the ground in addition to 279 receiving yards and one touchdown through the air during last year’s campaign.
- Nick Mardner racked up 913 receiving yards and five touchdowns over the course of 2021.
- Calvin Turner Jr. averaged 67.4 receiving yards per game in 2021, scoring four touchdowns.
- Jared Smart worked his way to two receiving touchdowns and 414 receiving yards (31.8 ypg) last season.
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