Hawaii Bowl Nevada Wolf Pack versus Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles Betting Preview

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The Nevada Wolf Pack the second place team from the WAC conference will face Conference USA champions the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles from college football in the Hawaii Bowl on Saturday night.

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The current betting odds for the Hawaii Bowl reveals at Oddsmaker the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles favored by -8 ½ points with a total of 63 ½ points.

A money line bet on the Conference USA champion Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles returns -360 odds.

If you want to bet the underdog Nevada Wolf Pack on the money line to pull off the upset straight up win in the Hawaii Bowl you return is +300 odds.

The Wolf Pack is a 7-5 team who dropped two of three to finish off play in the regular season.

Under center for Nevada is freshman quarterback Cody Fajardo.

Fajardo completed over 71% of his passes for 1647 yards with six touchdowns and five picks.

In the pistol offense for Nevada Fajardo is a threat to run as the signal caller had a very good 5.7 yards a carry average and 11 touchdowns with his 680 yards on the ground.

The Wolf Pack concluded play in the regular season with a 56-3 home win against the Idaho Vandals as they covered the -17 ½ point spread.

That point spread cover for the team ended a streak of five straight non-covers against the spread.

Nevada ran the ball very well in the 2011 season with 251 yards rushing.

Southern Mississippi is champion of Conference USA following their impressive 49-28 championship game win at Houston back on December 3rd.

The 11-3 Golden Eagles averaged over 37 points per game on the year.

The defeated WAC champion Louisiana Tech 19-17 in week one and have a notable road win at Virginia.

Southern Miss quarterback senior Austin Davis completed a successful season as the signal caller hit on nearly 62% of his passes for 28 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.

Davis started all four seasons with the school.

Both teams can move the football as they combine for nearly 1000 yards of offense per game.

With the site being in Hawaii we have seen higher scoring games in this bowl game due to the lack of intensity from defenses.

Expect late money in this one coming on the over and it’s the right side here.

The Hawaii Bowl will kick off from the Islands at 8PM Eastern Time. ESPN television will deliver this game on a national television basis on Christmas Eve night.

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