Hawaii at Colorado State College Football Picks & Predictions 8/25/2018
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Colorado State Stadium
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The Hawaii Warriors travel to Colorado State Stadium to take on the Colorado State Rams on Saturday, August 25, 2018. The opening line for this game has Colorado State as 14 point favorites. The Warriors had an ATS record of 1-10-1 last season while their over/under record was 4-8-0. The Rams had an over/under record of 7-6-0 and they were 4-9-0 against the spread.
Valuable Hawaii Warriors Betting Trends
The Hawaii Warriors were 4-8-0 against the over/under last season
The Hawaii Warriors were 1-10-1 against the spread last year
Important Colorado State Rams Betting Trends
The Colorado State Rams were 7-6-0 against the over/under last season
The Colorado State Rams were 4-9-0 against the spread last year
Key Hawaii Warriors Injuries
No key injuries to report
Key Colorado State Rams Injuries
08/07/18 RB Rashaad Boddie Suspension Served is upgraded to probable Saturday vs Hawaii
07/28/18 WR Preston Williams Legal problems is upgraded to probable Saturday vs Hawaii
06/25/18 S Braylin Scott Possible Suspension is "?" Saturday vs Hawaii
06/25/18 QB Collin Hill ACL is out indefinitely
06/25/18 OL Nicho Garcia Personal has left team
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Hawaii Warriors were 107th in Division 1 in points scored with 274 last year. They ran 844 plays last season for 4,832 yards, which ranked them 71st in the nation in total offense. The Warriors averaged 5.7 yards per play, which was 59th in college football. As a team they accumulated a total of 238 1st downs last year, placing them 93rd overall as an offensive unit. On the ground Hawaii ran for 2,018 yards as a team, which ranked 69th in the country. They ran 420 times, averaging 4.8 yards per carry as a rushing unit. The Warriors were penalized on offense 94 times for 826 yards last season, which had them 16th in the nation in penalties. Cole McDonald threw for 22 yards last season. He completed 5 passes on 9 attempts for a completion percentage of 55.6%. His quarterback rating last year was 112.8. He averaged 2.4 yards per pass attempt and 4.7 adjusted yards per throw.
Hawaii was 101st in the nation in points allowed on defense with 407 last season. They surrendered a total of 5,506 yards on D, which was 102nd in Division 1. The Warriors were ranked 127th in yards per play allowed with 6.8. Opposing offenses completed 214 passes on 334 attempts against the Hawaii Warriors defense last season, placing them 42nd and 21st in the country. The Hawaii pass defense also gave up a total of 2,983 yards through the air, which was 83rd overall in total pass defense. Their rushing defense allowed 480 attempts for 2,522 yards last year, putting them in 106th place in D-1 against the run. The Warriors committed 68 penalties for 619 yards on the defensive side of the ball last season. That ranked them 46th in the nation.
Special Teams Stats
Hawaii was ranked 125th in the nation in punt returns with 6 last year. They accumulated 30 punt return yards and averaged 5 yards per return, which was 105th in college football. They returned 40 kicks for 812 yards on special teams, ranking 53rd in kick return yardage. The Warriors averaged 20 yards per kick return and they were 85th in the country in all-purpose yards with 5,675. The Hawaii Warriors attempted 10 field goals last season and made 4, which was 126th in D-1. Their kickers had a field goal percentage of 44%. Hawaii Warriors kickers made 94% of their extra points, going 34 for 35 last year. Their punters totaled 2,440 yards on 58 punts, averaging 42 yards per punt. That placed them 54th in Division 1 in punting average.
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Rams ran for 2,608 yards as a team last year, which ranked 32nd in the nation. They ran 517 times, averaging 5 yards per rush as a unit. The Colorado State Rams were penalized on offense 81 times for 741 yards last year, which had them 50th in the country in penalties. They were 33rd in Division 1 in points scored with 434. They ran 978 plays last year for 6,412 yards, which ranked them 20th in the nation in total offense. The Rams averaged 6.6 yards per play, which was 14th in college football. As a team they accumulated a total of 332 1st downs last season, ranking them 8th overall as an offensive unit. K.J. Carta-Samuels completed 8 throws while attempting 10 passes for a completion percentage of 80% last year. He passed for 82 yards. He averaged 8.2 adjusted yards per throw and 8.2 yards per pass attempt. His quarterback rating last season was 148.9.
The Colorado State Rams rush defense gave up 471 attempts for 2,451 yards last season, putting them in 100th place in the country against the run. They had 73 penalties for 633 yards on defense last year. That placed them 52nd in Division 1. Colorado State was 75th in college football in points surrendered on defense with 361. They gave up a total of 5,636 yards on D, which was 110th in the nation. The Rams were 106th in yards per play allowed with 6.3. Opponent offenses completed 237 throws on 419 attempts against the Colorado State defense last season, ranking them 74th and 81st in the country. The Colorado State Rams pass defense also surrendered a total of 3,184 yards in the air, which was 99th overall in total pass defense.
Special Teams Stats
The Colorado State Rams tried 18 field goals last year and made 16, which was 56th in college football. Their kickers had a field goal percentage of 83%. Rams kickers made 96% of their extra points, going 53 for 55 last season. Their punters accumulated 2,111 yards on 47 punts, averaging 45 yards per punt. That ranked them 8th in the NCAA in punting average. Colorado State was 93rd in the country in punt returns with 14 last season. They totaled 122 punt return yards and averaged 8.7 yards per return, which was 46th in D-1. They returned 23 kicks for 517 yards on special teams, which put them 121st in kick return yardage. The Colorado State Rams averaged 22 yards per kick return and they were 19th in the nation in all-purpose yards with 7,051.
Who will win tonight's Warriors/Rams college football game against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take the Warriors +14
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