- The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors host the Stanford Cardinal as 3.5-point underdogs in their home opener.
- Betting odds for Friday night’s game list the Rainbow Warriors with +140 moneyline odds.
- Hawaii’s quarterback threw for 351 yards and three touchdowns in Week 0, while Stanford hasn’t named a starting quarterback.
HONOLULU – Betting on late-night Hawaii games is back with valuable +140 moneyline odds against the Stanford Cardinal. Stanford is favored by 3.5 points against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in Honolulu.
Hawaii’s status as the legal sports betting underdog at home is worth a bet based on Stanford’s questionable offense.
Hawaii Vs Stanford Betting Lines
|Hawaii||+3.5 (-110)||+145||O58.5 (-110)|
|Stanford||-3.5 (-110)||-170||U58.5 (-110)|
With no player on the roster attempting over 25 passes, Stanford’s quarterback room might be the most inexperienced in all of college football. Ari Patu is the most likely starter after sitting behind Tanner McKee for two years, but head coach Troy Taylor wont announce his starter before Friday night’s game.
“Everyone will know right when the game starts” said Coach Taylor on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Hawaii’s quarterback Brayden Schager went 27/35 with 351 passing yards and three touchdowns in their 28-35 Week 0 loss against the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Hawaii Offense Poised for Big Game
The Rainbow Warriors new Run-and-Shoot offense produced 351 passing yards but only 40 rushing yards. That rushing number is likely to increase against Stanford, who allowed 224.4 rushing yards per game last season.
A 3-11 record in 2022 and an inexperienced quarterback room makes it hard to believe that Stanford is favored at legal online sportsbooks by 3.5 points.
Prior to losing to Vanderbilt at home last season, the Rainbow Warriors won six straight home openers. There are +145 odds at legal college football betting sites for Hawaii to defeat Stanford on Friday night.
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