Hawaii vs. Boise State: How To Watch, Livestream, Odds
Warriors and Broncos to air on CBS Sports Network
Late-night football on the islands.
There are just two games on the docket for Mountain West football with this Hawaii vs. Boise State game taking the late-night stage on the islands. This is a rematch of the Mountain West title game last year which was not all that close as the Broncos pulled away to easily win, 31-10.
This game is a bit different as Hawaii has a new head coach in Todd Graham taking over for Nick Rolovich and out the window went with the run-n-shoot offense.
The Warriors started off slow with quarterback Chevan Cordeiro and his only good game came against New Mexico which was his third game of the year and that was when Cordeiro completed his first touchdown pass.
He has five touchdowns to four interceptions and is completing 60% of his passes but two of those games were under 50%. Also, the offensive line is not being all that helpful as opponents have sacked Cordeiro 17 times. This is a shock since the Warriors offensive line was expected to be one of the best in the league.
Boise State is starting to look like its old self by getting players back like Hank Bachmeier and others after its loss to BYU. It was special teams that led them to victory but overall the Broncos looked pretty good, with the exception of one area. The running game has its issues if George Holani does not play. He left the Air Force game with an injury and Broncos head coach Bryan Harsin is tight-lipped on injuries and the depth chart does list Holani as the starter but who really knows.
Against Hawaii, Boise State should be able to get by without its top running back.
When: Saturday, November 21st @ 11 p.m. ET
Where: Aloha Stadium; Honolulu, Hawaii
Series Record: Boise State 14, Hawaii 3
How to Watch on TV: CBS Sports Network
Odds via BetMGM: Broncos +14