- The Memphis Tigers have -310 odds to beat the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.
- Memphis is favored by 8.5 points going into the game.
HONOLULU – The Hawaii Bowl is scheduled for December 24 as the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors host the Memphis Tigers at the Clarence T.C. Athletics Complex at 8:00 p.m EST.
Hawaii Bowl: Memphis Vs. Hawaii Odds
- Memphis -310
- Hawaii +255
- Spread: Memphis -8.5
- Total: O/U 55
Memphis is heavily favored by online betting sites as they have had a tougher go around this season in terms of the opponents they play in the American Conference. Hawaii sits with a 6-7 record, however, they are fourth in the Mountain West Conference which indicates the competition they faced this season. Also, Hawaii finished off their season on a bad note going 2-3 in their final five games.
Struggles Against The Spread
Both teams have had a tough go around covering the spread this season with Memphis going 4-8 and Hawaii going 5-7-1. Memphis has had an average cover margin of -2.7 while Hawaii has been barely missing the spread by -0.7 points.
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Something to think about as well is that Memphis has not covered the spread in three straight games while Hawaii has covered twice to finish the season. The Tigers are also 1-5 ATS in their last six games when going in as the favorite. The Rainbow Warriors are 4-1 against the spread in their last five games at a neutral site as an underdog.
It might come as a surprise that even with Memphis struggling beyond belief against the spread that the public splits are still leaning their way. The Tigers are seeing 74% of bets coming on them covering and a whopping 96% of the money. On their moneyline college football odds , they are also favored with 71% of the total bets and 85% of the handle.
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