The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, with a current record of 1-3, are set to conclude their non-conference play this weekend at the Clarence TC Ching Athletics Complex, where they’ll face off against the New Mexico State team, standing at 2-2. Order the Hawaii football and New Mexico game on PremiumTV with %5o discount
The Aggies arrive at the game with a recent triumph, having secured a 27-17 victory against New Mexico. Hawaii, on the other hand, faced off against Oregon and experienced a substantial defeat, with a scoreline of 55-10. What’s even more noteworthy is that this weekend’s matchups will see Hawaii and NM State cross paths for the third consecutive season, making it their fifth encounter in their respective schedules. Click here to watch New Mexico vs. Hawaii football without ordering a spectrum PPV.
New Mexico State vs Hawaii football live streaming
Date: Sunday, September 24, 2023
Time: 12:00 am ET
Venue: Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex (15,194)
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
TV Channel: Spectrum Sports PPV
Live Stream: Watch on PremiumTV
Hawaii Football Preview:
The season began poorly for the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (1-3) with a 35-28 loss to Vanderbilt on August 26. They lost 37-24 to Stanford in game two, but came back to beat the Great Danes 31-20 in game three. The Warriors let up 34 points to Oregon in the first half of their 55-10 loss last Saturday.
Brayden Schager, starting at quarterback, threw for 131 yards (62.8 percent) with one touchdown and one interception on 27 of 43 passing attempts. Pofele Ashlock had the most receptions (eight) and yards (47; 5.9 per catch) while Jordan Johnson had the most yards (39 on four carries).
Hawaii’s defense has allowed 36.75 points and 375.5 yards per game in the football season so far. In contrast, the opposing team puts up slightly over 23 points and 330.3 yards per game on average.
The University of Hawaii football squad has struggled thus far this season, losing three of their four games. The Warriors have been successful on 8 of 14 (48.1%) fourth down attempts so far this year.
The Warriors’ running offense this year is ranked 129th among 130 FBS teams, at just 51.8 yards per game. The Warriors have not had much success this season against the spread. Two of their three games this season have gone over the total.
New Mexico State Preview:
This week, the New Mexico State Aggies (2-2) will travel to Honolulu to take on the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in the fifth game of the season.
In their first four games, the Aggies have been average at best. The team opened the season with a 41-30 loss to UMass but bounced back with a 58-21 victory over Western Illinois in Week 2.
The Aggies lost game three to Liberty by a score of 33-17 and are fresh off a 27-17 victory over New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M., beating its in-state foe for the second year in a row.
The Aggies’ offensive performance against New Mexico was strong, as they put up 33 points and 464 yards on average. The Aggies struggled on defense, giving up 401 yards while only giving up 17 points due to turnovers.
Diego Pavia, the quarterback, led the club in passing and rushing. He completed 9 of 12 passes for 203 yards and 2 touchdowns. In that game, Jonathan Brady had three catches for 109 yards and two touchdowns.
Only one of New Mexico State’s wins this season has come against the spread. As a team with a point spread of 2.5 or larger this season, they are 1-1 ATS. New Mexico State has gone over the total in one of their three games this season.
Players to Watch:
The Hawaii and New Mexico State quarterbacks are two of the best in the country. Third in the nation in throwing yards (1103) and fourth in passing touchdowns (11) is Brayden Schager. On the other hand, Pavia ranks 11th in passing yards (918) and 14th in passing touchdowns (8.0).
Quarterback Brayden Schager of the Rainbow Warriors is a split 2-2 against NM State in his career as a starter. In his third career start, he had a completion percentage of 86.2% (25-of-29), second only to Sean Schroeder’s 87.9% against Navy in 2013 for the school record for completion percentage (minimum 20 attempts).
Schager has completed 47 of 68 passes (69 percent) for 480 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions in two career games against the Aggies.
How can I watch UH football vs NM State?
You can watch the pay per view match on Spectrum Sports PPV. The single PPV game cost is $69.99, you can also buy 9 games of the 2023-24 season only for $469
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