NCAA football betting has gotten off to a profitable start for Hawaii while Louisiana Tech is in the red so far this college football betting season. The Hawaii Warriors have a NCAA football betting record of 2-1 straight up and 2-0 against the college football betting board.
They had last week off after losing at UNLV 33-34 as 7-point NCAA football betting dogs. Greg Alexander threw for 477 yards and 3 touchdowns in the NCAA football betting payoff against the spread as Hawaii lost on a 15 yard touchdown pass with under a minute remaining.
Alexander has thrown for 1222 yards in just 3 games with 9 touchdown passes to prove himself early on as a top shelf NCAA football betting asset. Louisiana Tech has a NCAA football betting record of 1-2 both straight up and against the spread.
Last week the Bulldogs earned their first NCAA football betting win and payoff of the season as they blew out Nichols State 48-13 as 27.5-point chalks. Quarterback Ross Jenkins threw for 357 yards and 2 touchdowns in the win. Both Louisiana Tech and Hawaii were bowl teams in the 2008 NCAA football betting season.
Last year Hawaii defeated Louisiana Tech 24-14 as 9.5-point home chalks to get the cash by half of a point as the game stayed under the total of 51. Hawaii has gotten the cash in 5 out of their last 7 meetings with Louisiana Tech. The two teams have gone over the total in 4 out of their last 6 head to head meetings.
Hawaii has covered the spread in 5 out of their last 6 games on the road and is 7-2 against the board when coming off of a straight up loss. Hawaii is something of a bully with 19 covers in their last 26 games versus teams with losing records.
Louisiana Tech has failed to cover in 22 out of their last 31 games when coming off a point spread cover and is just 5-16 against the board after scoring 40 points in their previous game.