Air Force vs Hawaii Predictions, Odds Week 11 2023

Air Force vs Hawaii Predictions, Odds Week 11 2023

Read on for our week 11 Air Force vs Hawaii college football preview, as well as who we believe will win and cover in Honolulu.

  • In terms of passing attempts, Air Force ranks 100th.
  • Hawaii’s defense ranks 140th in terms of points allowed.


The Falcons will face the Rainbow Warriors in this week’s CFB game, which will be broadcast on SPEC at 11:00 a.m. (11/11/23). The competition will take place at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex in Honolulu (HI).The Falcons are pegged as 19-point away favorites in this Mountain West conference rivalry. Can they win on the road and cover the spread?


  • Sport: College Football
  • Teams: Air Force Falcons at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
  • Where: Honolulu at Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex
  • Date: Saturday, November 11th


After their most recent loss versus Army, the Air Force’s overall record fell to 8-1. The Falcons were defeated by a score of 23-3. Air Force has a 4-2-1 record while playing against the spread. This total has been achieved while being favored in every game. The average over/under line in Air Force matches after nine games is 41.4 points. The average score in their games has been 44.7 points, giving OU a 4-3 record.

The Falcons offense totaled 259 yards and 19 first downs. They aired the ball out 24 times for a total of 104 yards. Their running assault gained 155 yards on 40 attempts. Zac Larrier attempted 22 passes against the Army. This resulted in 93 passing yards and a completion percentage of 40.9%. It’s worth noting that he also threw two interceptions in the defeat.

Air Force finished their game versus Army with a total of 257 yards allowed. Against the Air Force, the Army threw the ball 9 times for 40 yards. The Falcons surrendered 217 yards on the run. The Air Force defense ranks 51st in points allowed per game, allowing 14.4 points per game. Teams average 157.4 passing yards per game against them (16th in the country). In terms of rushing defense, they rank 11th in college football with 84 yards allowed.


Hawaii enters this week’s game against Air Force aiming to build on their recent 27-14 victory against Nevada. Hawaii, on the other hand, is only 3-7 this season. This season, Hawaii has been the favorite in two games and the underdog in seven. Their current ATS record is 2-7. The current average point total in Hawaii’s ten games is 55.5 points per game. As a result, the Rainbow Warriors have a 5-4 over/under record.

The Rainbow Warriors tried 38 passes against Nevada, garnering 203 yards and scoring two touchdowns. They averaged 4.2 yards per carry on the ground, resulting in one rushing touchdown. Brayden Schager ended with a QB rating of 87.94 in the win over Nevada, completing 21 of 38 passes for 203 yards. He also had two touchdowns at the end of the game.

Hawaii ended their game against Nevada with a total of 236 yards allowed on defense. Against Hawaii, Nevada passed the ball 24 times for 112 yards. The Rainbow Warriors surrendered 124 yards on the ground. The Hawaii defense enters their game against Air Force ranked 140th in points allowed, allowing 34 points per game. So far, opponents have averaged 203.7 passing yards per game (59th in the nation). They allow 176.7 rushing yards per game, which ranks them 133rd in NCAA football.


Hawaii hopes to build on its home record against Air Force, as the squad has gone 5-0 in their last five games against the Falcons.

Hawaii has gone 1-1-1 against the spread in their last three meetings. Hawaii is 2-0-1 ATS in their last three home games vs Air Force.

Air Force led by 19 points on the road. So far, the point spread has moved only little, remaining consistent with the opening lines. On the moneyline, Air Force opened at -1200 and is now at -1147, with a 92% implied win probability. Hawaii, on the other hand, has an expected win probability of 12%, opened with a moneyline of +750, and is now at +705.


  • Air Force is 3-1-1 against the spread in their last five games against the spread.
  • Hawaii has gone 2-3 ATS in their last five home games.
  • Hawaii has an ATS record of 1-2 in the three most recent times they were the underdog.
  • Air Force is 5-4-1 against the spread in their last ten games when they have been favored. you can wager on the different betting types, such as moneyline, spread, and total, and you can bet either on your favorite team or an undervalued underdog, always with the best and latest wagering lines. Open your account now and receive a 100% bonus on your first cryptocurrency deposit, just click below:

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