Hawaii Vs. New Mexico State: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – September 25, 2021

Written By Staff on September 26, 2021

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (1-3) square off against the New Mexico State Aggies (1-3) in college football play at Aggie Memorial Stadium in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The Rainbow Warriors, listed at -17 on the spread, take the field as visitors on September 25, 2021 at 8:00 PM ET on Flo Football against the Aggies, +575 on the moneyline to win. Bookmakers have set the game’s over/under at 62.

In this article we break down what you need before making a bet on the game, including key metrics, stats, insights, and the best available odds.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 25, 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 Aggies have forced eight turnovers (second-most in the FBS), and the Rainbow Warriors have committed nine turnovers (-1-most in college football).
  • Hawaii averages 289.0 passing yards per game (26th in the FBS) compared to the 275.3 per game New Mexico State allows (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 is 115th-ranked in college football in sacks allowed (eight), and is facing the team ranked 62nd in bringing down opposing quarterbacks, New Mexico State (four).

When New Mexico State Has The Ball

  • The Aggies have committed the 19th-most turnovers in college football (6), and are facing the 11th-ranked Rainbow Warriors defense which has forced six.
  • New Mexico State’s pass protection has resulted in nine sacks conceded, ninth-most in college football. Hawaii’s defense has totaled six (35th-most).
  • The Rainbow Warriors’ defense gives up 271.3 yards through the air per game (109th in the FBS). The Aggies’ 243.0 passing yards per game is 55th in college football.
  • New Mexico State’s 90.8 rushing yards per game is good for 117th in the FBS. Hawaii’s defense gives up 158.8 on the ground (85th in college football).

Hawaii Betting Trends And Insights

  • Hawaii has a record of 1-2-0 against the spread this season.
  • Hawaii’s games have gone over the point total once this season.
  • Hawaii’s games have gone over 62 points just once this season (in three contests).
  • The Rainbow Warriors have not been the moneyline favorite yet this season.

New Mexico State Betting Trends And Insights

  • New Mexico State is 3-1-0 ATS this season.
  • The Aggies have been an underdog by 17 points or more two times this season, and covered the spread both times.
  • New Mexico State’s games have hit the over twice this season.
  • New Mexico State has combined with its opponent to score more than 62 points just 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 racked up a team-high 161 rushing yards (53.7 yards per game) and scored one touchdown. He has tacked on 13 catches for 110 yards (36.7 receiving yards per game).
  • Nick Mardner has 13 catches, leading his team with 242 yards (80.7 ypg) while scoring two touchdowns this season.
  • Calvin Turner Jr. has hauled in 17 catches for 238 yards (79.3 yards per game) and one touchdown.
  • 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 season, Dino Maldonado has racked up 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 added 67 rushing yards on 11 carries, averaging 33.5 yards per game.
  • Juwaun Price has taken 41 attempts for a team-leading 156 rushing yards (39.0 yards per game) while scoring two touchdowns. He’s also caught seven passes for 78 yards (19.5 receiving yards per game).
  • O’Maury Samuels has 115 yards on 33 carries (28.8 ypg), with one rushing touchdown.
  • Isaiah Garcia-Castaneda has eight catches and paces his team with 196 receiving yards (65.3 ypg) while scoring two touchdowns.
  • Jared Wyatt has tacked on 142 yards on 11 catches and one touchdown. He averages 35.5 receiving yards per game this year.
  • Terrell Warner has collected 99 yards on 12 receptions, averaging 49.5 yards per game.

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