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by Tony Sink - 8/28/2016
Saturday, September 3, 2016
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The Hawaii Warriors take on the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday, September 3, 2016 at Michigan Stadium. Last season the Warriors were 3-10-0 against the spread and their over/under record was 7-6-0. The Wolverines had an over/under record of 8-5-0 and they were 7-6-0 against the spread.
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Hawaii scored 17.6 points per game on offense last season, which ranked 118th in Division 1. In the passing department, they averaged 15.5 passes on 32.5 attempts for a 47.9 percent completion percentage last season. They threw for a total of 192.4 yards per game through the air as well, which ranked them 98th in college football. The Warriors ran for an average of 123.9 yards per game on 32.6 attempts for an average of 3.8 yards per carry. That ranked them 116th in the nation. They also ran 65.1 plays per contest and averaged 4.9 yards per play for an average of 316.3 yards per game, ranking their offense 121st overall last season. The Warriors averaged 16.5 first downs per game which ranked them 121st in the country. They accumulated 69 penalty yards per game via 8.2 penalties, which ranked 15th in the nation.
Hawaii allowed 208.9 passing yards per game, ranking 43rd in D-1, and they allowed 35.6 points per contest on defense, which ranked 105th. They gave up 17.2 completions on 28 attempts per game for a completion percentage of 61.5. The Warriors allowed 240.2 rushing yards per game on 52.8 carries for a 4.5 average per play, which ranked their rush defense 120th in the country. Hawaii allowed 449.1 total yards per game including 5.6 yards per play, which ranked their overall defense 105th in terms of yards per game. They forced 0.8 turnovers per contest and got flagged for 6.8 penalties for 61.8 yards per game, ranking them 99th among D-1 teams.
Michigan averaged 31.4 points per game last season on offense, which ranked them 50th in the country. In the passing department, they completed 19.8 passes per game on 31.9 attempts for a 62.2 percent completion percentage. They threw for 237.7 yards through the air per game last year, ranking them 53rd in Division 1. The Wolverines ran for an average of 158.2 yards per game on 37.8 attempts for an average of 4.2 yards per carry last season, which ranked them 85th on the ground. They also ran 69.7 plays per game and averaged 5.7 yards per play for a total of 395.9 yards per game, ranking them 69th in the country on offense. The Wolverines got an average of 20.4 first downs per game, which ranked 69th in the nation. They averaged 59.8 penalty yards per game via 6.7 penalties, ranking them 39th in college football.
Michigan allowed an average of 158.3 passing yards yards per game, which ranked 3rd in Division 1. Their defense overall allowed 16.4 points per contest, which had them ranked 6th in the nation. They gave up 13.9 completions on 29.3 attempts for a completion percentage of 47.5 per game. The Wolverines allowed 122.4 rushing yards per contest on 33.6 carries for a 3.6 average per rush, ranking their overall rush defense 16th in the country. Michigan allowed 280.7 total yards per game for an average of 4.5 yards per play, which ranked 4th in D-1. They forced 0.9 turnovers per contest and 5.7 penalties for 51.4 yards in each contest, ranking 48th in the nation.
Ikaika Woolsey finished his last game of last season with 116 yards through the air for Hawaii. He completed 8 passes out of 16 attempts for a 50% completion percentage. The Warriors were led in rushing by Paul Harris, who finished with 166 yards on 27 rushes. He ended the contest with an average of 6 yards per carry. Marcus Kemp was the team leader in receiving with a total of 44 yards and 3 receptions. He finished the game with an average of 15 yards per reception. As a team in that game Hawaii got a total of 22 first downs by way of 14 rushing, 5 passing, and 3 by penalty. They ran 70 total plays for 356 yards for the game. The Warriors ran for 240 yards on 54 attempts.
Jake Rudock finished his last game of last season with 278 yards through the air for Michigan. He completed 20 passes out of 31 attempts for a 65% completion percentage. The Wolverines were led in rushing by De'Veon Smith, who finished with 109 yards on 25 rushes. He ended the contest with an average of 4 yards per carry. Jehu Chesson was the team leader in receiving with a total of 118 yards and 5 receptions. He finished the game with an average of 24 yards per reception. Michigan got a total of 28 first downs by way of 11 rushing, 14 passing, and 3 by penalty. They ran 77 total plays for 503 yards for the game. The Wolverines ran for 225 yards on 46 attempts.
Hawaii Betting Trends
Hawaii were 7-6-0 against the over/under last season
Hawaii had an ATS record of 3-10-0 last season
Michigan Betting Trends
Michigan were 8-5-0 against the over/under last season
Michigan had an ATS record of 7-6-0 last season
Injuries to Watch
No key injuries to report
08/19/16 DE Shelton Johnson Suspension out indefinitely
Tony's Pick: Take Hawaii
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