The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (1-3) and the New Mexico State Aggies (1-3) hit the field in college football action at Aggie Memorial Stadium in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The Rainbow Warriors () take to the road against the Aggies ( on the moneyline to win) on September 25, 2021 at 8:00 PM ET on Flo Football. The over/under for the contest is set at points.
In this article we will explain what you need to know to place a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, stats and trends, while also updating you with the best odds available.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 22, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Hawaii Vs. New Mexico State Betting Odds
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Hawaii Offense Vs. New Mexico State Defense
|Rainbow Warriors Offense||Stats (Rank)||Aggies Defense|
|24.8 (94)||Points/Gm||31.8 (109)|
|416.3 (59)||Yards/Gm||454.0 (114)|
|289.0 (26)||Pass Yards/Gm||275.3 (112)|
|127.3 (100)||Rush Yards/Gm||178.8 (99)|
|7.0 (86)||Yards/Pass||8.7 (112)|
|3.8 (83)||Yards/Rush||4.6 (98)|
|35.0% (97)||3rd Down %||33.3% (47)|
|9 (129)||Turnovers||8 (2)|
|8 (115)||Sacks||4 (62)|
New Mexico State Offense Vs. Hawaii Defense
|New Mexico State Offense||Stats (Rank)||Hawaii Defense|
|20.3 (111)||Points/Gm||35.3 (114)|
|333.8 (107)||Yards/Gm||430.0 (104)|
|243.0 (55)||Pass Yards/Gm||271.3 (109)|
|90.8 (117)||Rush Yards/Gm||158.8 (85)|
|5.8 (112)||Yards/Pass||7.3 (82)|
|3.1 (118)||Yards/Rush||4.7 (100)|
|33.9% (101)||3rd Down %||38.2% (75)|
|6 (109)||Turnovers||6 (11)|
|9 (119)||Sacks||6 (35)|
When Hawaii Has The Ball
- The Rainbow Warriors have committed the -1-most turnovers in college football (9), and are up against the second-ranked team in terms of turnovers forced, the Aggies (8).
- The 289.0 passing yards per game Hawaii averages ranks 26th in the FBS, while the 275.3 New Mexico State gives up ranks 112th in college football.
- The Rainbow Warriors’ offense ranks 59th in the FBS in yards per game (416.3), while the Aggies rank 114th in yards allowed (454.0).
- Hawaii’s pass protection has resulted in eight sacks given up, 13th-most in college football. New Mexico State’s defense has four (62nd-most).
When New Mexico State Has The Ball
- The Aggies rank 109th in college football, committing six turnovers this season, while the Rainbow Warriors are 11th with six turnovers forced.
- New Mexico State’s pass protection has resulted in nine sacks given up, ninth-most in college football. Hawaii’s defense has racked up six (35th-most).
- The Aggies average 243.0 passing yards per game (55th in the FBS) compared to the 271.3 per game the Rainbow Warriors allow (109th in college football).
- New Mexico State has the 117th-ranked rushing offense in the FBS (90.8 yards per game). It takes on Hawaii’s 85th-ranked rushing defense, which gives up 158.8 on the ground.
Hawaii Betting Trends And Insights
- Hawaii has won one game against the spread this season.
- Games featuring Hawaii have gone over the point total once this season.
- So far this season, one of Hawaii’s outings has gone over 61.5 points.
- The Rainbow Warriors are playing as the moneyline favorite in their first game this season.
New Mexico State Betting Trends And Insights
- New Mexico State has compiled a 3-1-0 record against the spread this season.
- The Aggies have been an underdog by 17 points or more two times this season, and covered the spread both times.
- This year, games featuring New Mexico State have hit the over twice.
- New Mexico State and its opponents have scored more than 61.5 combined points once this season.
- The Aggies have lost both games they’ve played as underdogs this season.
Hawaii Players To Watch
- This year, Chevan Cordeiro has put up 856 passing yards (285.3 yards per game) while going 66-for-120 (55% completion percentage) and throwing six touchdowns and five interceptions. He has added 125 rushing yards on 40 carries, averaging 41.7 yards per game.
- Dae Dae Hunter has run for a team-high 161 yards on 26 carries (53.7 yards per game) and one touchdown. He also has 110 receiving yards on 13 catches (36.7 yards per game) .
- This season Nick Mardner has 13 catches and leads the team with 242 yards (80.7 per game) while hauling in two touchdowns.
- Calvin Turner Jr. has also chipped in with 17 catches for 238 yards and one touchdown this year. He puts up 79.3 receiving yards per game.
- Jared Smart has 117 receiving yards on six receptions, with one touchdown, averaging 39.0 yards per game.
New Mexico State Players To Watch
- This year, Dino Maldonado has collected 524 passing yards (262.0 yards per game) while completing 38 of 68 passes (55.9% completion percentage), with five touchdowns and two interceptions. He has tacked on 67 rushing yards on 11 carries, averaging 33.5 yards per game.
- Juwaun Price has churned out a team-high 156 rushing yards (39.0 yards per game) and scored two touchdowns. He has added seven catches for 78 yards (19.5 receiving yards per game).
- So far this year O’Maury Samuels has rushed for 115 yards on 33 carries (28.8 ypg), with one rushing touchdown.
- This season Isaiah Garcia-Castaneda has eight catches and leads the team with 196 yards (65.3 per game) while hauling in two touchdowns.
- Jared Wyatt’s stat line this year shows 11 catches for 142 yards and one touchdown. He puts up 35.5 receiving yards per game.
- Terrell Warner is averaging 49.5 yards per game, racking up 12 receptions for 99 yards.
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