Hawaii vs. Nevada: How To Watch, Livestream, Odds, More
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Really late night football is back
Late football is back on the islands as undefeated Nevada takes on a 2-3 Hawaii team that is better than its record says but they do have three losses and that is not great going up against a 5-0 team.
Everyone definitely should stay up late for this contest that should score a ton of points and blow past the over which is set at 61 points.
The Nevada passing offense is one of the best in the country led by the connection of Carson Strong to Romeo Doubs and it will be the second-straight week that the Wolf Pack will be going up against a formidable secondary. Hawaii leads the Mountain West in pass breakups, passes defended, and interceptions.
That matchup will be one to watch for who likely will win this game. Another area that could determine the outcome is if the Hawaii rushing game finally gets on track as that has been one of their weaknesses and contributed to its three losses. Get that turned around or at least average and the Warriors have a good shot to get a win.
WEEK 13: Nevada Wolf Pack (5-0) vs. Hawaii Warriors (2-3)
WHEN: Saturday, November 28 — 8:00 PM PT/6:00 PM HT
WHERE: Aloha Stadium; Honolulu, HI
TV: Spectrum Sports Pay-Per-View
STREAMING: For fans on the mainland, the game can be streamed using the Team1Sports application, which is available for download on Android and Apple devices and over-the-top platforms like Roku and Amazon Fire. Please note that the game will not be available on desktops or laptops.
You can also find the audio broadcast on TuneIn.
RADIO: The Nevada broadcast can be found in and around Reno on 94.5 FM and elsewhere on the Wolf Pack Radio Network. The Hawaii broadcast can be found on the ESPN Radio affiliate in Honolulu, on 1420 AM and 92.7 FM.
SERIES RECORD: Nevada leads the series 14-10. However, in the last meeting on September 28, 2019, the Warriors routed the Wolf Pack in Reno, 54-3.
LAST WEEK: Nevada defeated San Diego State at home, 26-21, while Hawaii lost to Boise at home, 40-32.
ODDS (as of 11/25, via BetMGM): Nevada -7
SP+ PROJECTION: Nevada by 9.6 (71% win probability)