How To Livestream Hawaii vs. UNLV
Can Rebels get its first win?
The final game of the year for both Hawaii and UNLV has some significance. Both teams have first-year head coaches but Marcus Arroyo is struggling a bit more than Todd Graham.
Arroyo is still searching for his first win of the year and it may not come. He has had quarterback injuries and inefficient play from that group. Also, the roster is young and there is not a ton of talent. There are some glimmers of hope with some of the young talent like Justin Rogers at quarterback or wide receivers like Tyleek Collins and Kyle Williams, and on defense they have a rising star in Jacoby Windmon at linebacker.
So, even if they go winless there are some positives to look forward to. As for this game, UNLV needs to get senior running back Charles Williams the ball a lot and see if he can go off for 120 or more yards. Getting him loose will help with the quarterback situation and likely keep the Rebels around since if they hold the ball then Hawaii can’t score.
As for the Warriors, they are going to do what they do is throw the ball a lot with Chevan Cordeiro and his many receivers. Hawaii should have little issue getting the ball to Calvin Turner, Jared Smart, and Rico Bussey.
UNLV’s passing defense has just one interception and they are second in the league in yards allowed per pass at 8.5. Their total yardage is middle of the pack and that is because teams don’t need to throw after getting a big lead.
With Hawaii’s running game not all that great it could mean that the Warriors will just throw a lot more and will attack this UNLV secondary.
WEEK 15: UNLV Rebels (0-5) vs. Hawaii Warriors (3-4)
WHEN: Saturday, December 12 — 8:00 PM PT/6:00 PM HT
WHERE: Aloha Stadium; Honolulu, HI
TV: Spectrum 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 UNLV broadcast can be found in and around Las Vegas on ESPN 1100 AM and 100.9 FM. The Hawaii broadcast can be found on the ESPN Radio affiliate in Honolulu, on 1420 AM and 92.7 FM.
SERIES RECORD: Hawaii leads the series 17-12. In the last meeting on November 16, 2019, the Warriors defeated the Rebels in Las Vegas, 21-7.
LAST WEEK: UNLV had its home matchup against Boise State canceled because of COVID-19 concerns. Hawaii lost at home to San Jose State, 35-24..
ODDS (as of 12/10, via Vegas Insider): Hawaii -20
SP+ PROJECTION: Hawaii by 14.1 (79% win probability)
FEI PROJECTION: Hawaii by 14.7