This week fourteen game will begin from Hawaii at 7:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPN2.
The point spread reveals the road team BYU Cougars favored by –8 points with an over under of 52 ½ points.
Early money has shown on the side of the home team as the BYU Cougars are now favored by -7 ½ points.
The total has moved up to 55 points.
Those betting the favored BYU Cougars on the money line will lay –300 odds with the underdog returning +250 odds to win straight up with no need for points on their side.
BYU and Hawaii meet on the college football field on Saturday night for the first time since the 2002 season where the Cougars pulled out the 35-32 home win against the Warriors as a -12 point home favorite.
The total landed under the closing number of 70 points.
The BYU Cougars are bowl eligible as they travel to Hawaii with a record of 8-3 on the year. The team is 2-2 on the highway.
The Cougars average 29 points and 400 yards per game with 165 yards rushing for 4.4 yards a carry.
On defense BYU allows 20 points and 317 yards per game. Opponents rush for 127 yards against them for 3.9 yards per rush against average.
After a 10 point road loss at TCU the club has won two straight. They are coming off a bye week.
Prior to the bye the BYU Cougars defeated the New Mexico St Aggies 42-7 as a -22 ½ point betting favorite.
The over under landed under the closing line of 61 ½ points.
BYU was able to gain 411 offensive yards while giving up 249 yards to the Aggies.
The team rushed for 173 yards on 34 carries for 5.1 yards per carry.
The club turned it over one and took two from New Mexico St.
The Cougars allowed the Aggies just 90 rushing yards on 37 carries for 2.4 yards per rush against average.
Quarterback Jake Heaps completed 21 of 36 passes for 238 yards with four touchdowns and an interception.
J.J. Di Luigi had 12 rushes for 75 yards.
Michael Alisa had nine carries for 51 yards.
Bryan Kariya carried the ball seven times for 27 yards and a rushing touchdown.
Ross Apo led BYU with five receptions for 66 yards and two receiving touchdowns.
J.D. Falslev caught three balls for 42 yards and a receiving touchdown.
McKay Jacobson caught three passes for 41 yards.
Matthew Edwards had a nine yard touchdown catch.
Hawaii is on win away from bowl eligibility with a record of 6-6 on the 2011 year. The team is 4-2 at home.
The Warriors put up 32 points and 412 yards per game with 101 rushing yards for 4.3 yards a carry.
On defense the club surrenders 28 points and 375 yards per game. Teams rush for 140 yards against them for 3.9 yards per rush against average.
The team broke their three game losing streak last week in their 35-23 home win against the Tulane Green Wave from Conference USA as a -18 ½ point betting favorite.
The over under came in at over the closing line of 55 points.
Hawaii was able to amass 482 offensive yards while surrendering 287 yards to Tulane.
The team rushed it 24 times for 124 yards for 5.2 yards a carry.
Both teams committed two turnovers each in this NCAA college football game.
They allowed the Green Wave 185 yards rushing on 41 carries for 4.5 yards per rush against average.
Quarterback David Graves completed 21 of 38 passes for 260 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Graves had eight runs from scrimmage for 57 yards and a touchdown.
Shane Austin saw work and hit on 9 of 10 for 98 yards.
Jose Iosefa had 12 carries for 63 yards and two rushing touchdowns.
Billy Ray Stutzman led Hawaii with five receptions for 87 yards.
Trevor Davis had seven grabs for 81 yards and two receiving touchdowns.
Royce Pollard caught seven balls for 79 yards.
CFB Trend: BYU Cougars are 5-0 ATS in their past five games.