For those sports bettors in need of a late night bailout winner, Pro Edge Sports Picks gives you the Hawaii Warriors. For starters, we cannot recommend laying more than a touchdown with a team that is giving up 42.3 points per game this season, including 280 rushing yards (7.4 yards per carry), 240 passing yards (8.6 yards per pass attempt) and 520 total yards (7.9 yards per play; 12.3 yards per point). Our Late Night Bailout winner is on the Hawaii Warriors;
Hawaii (+7.5) (-110) over Nevada
- As stated above, Nevada’s defense is really bad. The Wolf Pack are 1.5 yards per rush play, 0.2 yards per pass attempt and 0.5 yards per play worse than average defensively in 2013;
- What a lot of bettors do not realize is how pedestrian Nevada’s offense is. The Wolf Pack are 0.7 yards per pass attempt and 0.3 yards per play worse than average offensively this season;
- Nevada is 1-9 ATS in its last ten regular season games, whereas the Warriors have covered five straight and are 3-1-1 ATS in this series;
- College football teams off consecutive double-digit losses with revenge are 64-40 ATS in Game Three since 1980, including 4-1 ATS over the last two seasons.
Nevada’s starting quarterback Cody Fajardo is hobbled with a bad knee, and the Warriors have a defense that is +178 yards per game better in this contest. With Nevada posting a 3-11 ATS record versus conference opponents over the last three seasons, Pro Edge Sports recommends a wager on the live road underdog.