Hawaii vs. BYU is the lone betting game Friday. The world’s paramount sports handicappers achieve the utmost scrutinizing the subsequent key performance indicators in foreseeing the point spread picks with the performance gap breakdowns. The Vegas and offshore point spread is Brigham Young (-27.5) with a total of 50.5.
Differentiating the yards per rush records on offense, the specifics assign the plus row to neither as it’s a dead heat at 3.7 each. Grading passing yards per catch on offense, the totaling supports BYU by 1.8. Countless sportsbook whales capitalize on yards per point. Offensively the most desirable final tallies are owned by Hawaii by 2.9.
Defensively the more effective troop against the run documented by yards per rush is BYU by 2.4. Yards per reception numerals make higher the defense of Brigham Young by 4.6. Sums on the yards per point arithmetic give the benefit in the checkbox of BYU forcing a stunning 9.9 more. Onward to net turnover margin, the more capable squad is Hawaii by three, though each has negative number.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.
Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): Hawaii is 7-1 on grass, but 3-8 on Fridays. BYU is 6-0 to MWC, but 10-3 after allowing less than 275 total yards in their previous game.
Over/under trends: Hawaii over 13-5 grass, BYU under 8-1 Fridays.
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