College Football News Preview 2020: Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

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College Football News Preview 2020: Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

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College Football News Preview 2020: Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

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1. College Football News Preview 2020: Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Win Total Prediction, What Will Happen

Tulsa ten or more games with three bowl wins and three Conference USA championships in four years.

Rice one seven games in 2006, and Arizona State one ten games in back-to-back 2013 and 2014 seasons.

All of that happened under Todd Graham, the new Hawaii head coach who was off for a few years after going 18-23 in his final three seasons at ASU. With his ability to get offenses going, he might just be the right guy to keep all the recent success under former head man and current Washington State coach Nick Rolovich rolling.

As always, there’s work to do in certain areas at Hawaii – there are almost always wholesale changes considering all the transfers that come in – but this isn’t a rebuild in any way.

The passing game has enough parts to crank up the big numbers again, the offensive line is deep, and there’s just enough to work around on defense to be okay.

Set The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Regular Season Win Total At … 6.5

Bet at BetMGM Win Total Line: 6

At the moment, it’s a 13-game season for Hawaii with question marks about its game against Fordham. That’s a must win slot with road games at Arizona and Oregon, and a home game against UCLA early on.

New Mexico State, New Mexico and UNLV all have to make the big trip over. Those have to be easy wins, and beating Nevada at home and hoping for a win on the road at San Jose State or Fresno State isn’t asking for much.

There are six wins built into the schedule. Even without a real offseason to get everything together, Graham and this coaching staff might just be strong enough to get to seven or more.

There’s no reason to set the bar any lower.

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