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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/28/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




FRESNO ST (3 - 0) at HAWAII (0 - 3)
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Week 5 Saturday, 9/28/2013 11:59 PM
Board OpenLatest
197FRESNO ST-18.5-17.5
FRESNO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-0+20-32-144.726.3481.0(5.7)1.338.713.0506.7(6.1)1.7
Last 3 Games3-0+20-32-144.726.3481.0(5.7)1.338.713.0506.7(6.1)1.7
Turf Games3-0+20-32-144.726.3481.0(5.7)1.338.713.0506.7(6.1)1.7
Conference Games1-0+10-11-041.024.0522.0(6.2)
FRESNO ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)44.726.327.727:4829-102(3.5)38-5668.5%379(6.8)85-481(5.7)(10.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.118.42230:1440-145(3.7)23-3663.7%264(7.3)76-409(5.4)(14.1)
Defense (All Games)38.713.023.332:1245-189(4.2)25-3864.3%318(8.3)83-507(6.1)(13.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.714.521.530:4643-190(4.4)19-3162.6%237(7.7)74-426(5.8)(13.5)

HAWAII - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games0-3-12-10-312.09.3282.0(4)3.731.317.0404.0(5.5)1.3
Home Games0-101-00-113.05.0231.0(3.2)
Last 3 Games0-3-12-10-312.09.3282.0(4)3.731.317.0404.0(5.5)1.3
Turf Games0-3-12-10-312.09.3282.0(4)3.731.317.0404.0(5.5)1.3
Conference Games0-1-10-10-19.09.0376.0(4.6)
HAWAII - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)12.09.316.726:2431-75(2.4)19-3949.2%207(5.3)70-282(4)(23.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.812.219.527:0133-149(4.5)19-3358.2%233(7)66-382(5.8)(14.3)
Offense Home Games13.05.015.026:3231-23(0.7)16-4139.0%208(5.1)72-231(3.2)(17.8)
Defense (All Games)31.317.019.033:3641-129(3.2)21-3364.6%275(8.3)74-404(5.5)(12.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.914.820.833:5939-136(3.5)22-3366.3%256(7.8)72-392(5.4)(13.6)
Defense Home Games30.020.023.033:2845-192(4.3)15-2951.7%172(5.9)74-364(4.9)(12.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: FRESNO ST 26.3,  HAWAII 40.3
FRESNO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013CAL POLY SLO41-25W-27L -40-16223-34-208149-17215-27-2441
9/20/2013BOISE ST41-40W-3.5L69.5O24-6239-60-460053-20033-47-3612
9/28/2013@ HAWAII            
10/5/2013@ IDAHO            
10/26/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST            

HAWAII - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013@ OREGON ST14-33L26.5W55U25-6918-32-170133-5735-50-4511
9/21/2013@ NEVADA9-31L6L53.5U36-13324-45-243644-13814-20-2021
9/28/2013FRESNO ST            
10/5/2013SAN JOSE ST            
10/12/2013@ UNLV            
10/26/2013COLORADO ST            
FRESNO ST: The Bulldogs won the final five MWC games by an average of 47 to 21 before losing 43-10 by SMU in the Hawaii Bowl. The potent offense (478 YPG, 16th in FBS) will again be orchestrated by QB Derek Carr (4,014 pass yds, 37 TD, 7 INT), who is healthier after offseason hernia surgery. Sophomore WR Davante Adams (1,312 rec. yds, 14 TD) stretches the field, while WRs Isaiah Burse (851 rec. yds, 6 TD) and Josh Harper (333 rec. yds, 4 TD) work the middle. Robbie Rouse left with 4,647 rushing yards, but RBs Marteze Waller (4.2 YPC) and BYU transfer Josh Quezada (4.3 YPC, 6 TD career) are ample fill-ins. The new 3-4 defense amazed with 167 pass YPG (2nd in FBS) and 40 sacks (9th in FBS), and returns plenty, most notably NG Tyeler Davison (43 tackles), OLB Donavon Lewis (4 sacks) and FS Derron Smith (6 INT).
HAWAII: Norm Chow didn't get his first win over an FBS school until after Thanksgiving, finishing 3-9 in his first year at Hawaii. Eight season-ending injuries contributed greatly to the nation's fourth-worst offense (297 YPG). Either Ohio State transfer QB Taylor Graham or returning QB Sean Schroeder (1,878 rec. yds, 11 TD, 12 INT) will start in an offense lacking experience and a decent O-Line (40 sacks allowed, T-7th-worst in FBS). RB Joey Iosefa (463 rush yds, 3.7 YPC, 1 TD) and WR Billy Ray Stutzman (447 rec. yds, 0 TD) are unimpressive top skill players. The subpar defense (35.7 PPG, T-16th-worst in FBS) will get some DTs back healthy to help out star DE Tavita Woodward (5.5 sacks, 38 tackles). LB Art Laurel (51 tackles, 13.5 TFL, 4 sacks) and S Marrell Jackson (56 tackles, 5 PD) both provide stability.
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*Fresno St.-Hawaii Preview* ===========================


Fresno State (3-0) at Hawaii (0-3), 12:00 a.m. EDT

Fresno State's last visit to Hawaii featured plenty of sight-seeing and relaxation as the team enjoyed its trip before last season's Hawaii Bowl.

The subsequent blowout loss still doesn't sit well with coach Tim DeRuyter, who plans to make clear to the 25th-ranked Bulldogs that there won't be any time spent on the beach prior to Saturday night's contest with the Warriors.

Fresno State entered the Dec. 24 bowl matchup with SMU on a five-game winning streak but fell 43-10. DeRuyter is taking precautions so the Bulldogs (3-0, 1-0 Mountain West) avoid another letdown in Hawaii as they seek their first 4-0 start since winning six straight to open the 2001 season.

"Regardless of the opponent, it's how we play and how we prepare and how we execute," DeRuyter said. "We're going to instill in our players that this isn't a pleasure trip, this is a business trip. It's going to be just like going out to camp and being focused on one game."

Fresno entered the AP poll for the first time since 2008 after last Friday's 41-40 victory over Boise State. Quarterback Derek Carr led a 13-play, 87-yard drive that culminated with Josh Quezada's 1-yard touchdown run with 2:14 remaining.

Carr finished 39 of 60 for 460 yards and four touchdowns, giving him 12 TD passes - tied for sixth in the FBS - against only one interception. His 1,121 passing yards rank ninth in the country and his 68.9 completion percentage ranks 15th.

Sophomore Davante Adams, whose 31 receptions are tied for fifth-most in the nation, has caught four of Carr's touchdown throws, and his streak of 11 consecutive games with a TD reception is a school and Mountain West record.

Adams made 12 catches for 110 yards last week, Isaiah Burse had 10 for 148 and Josh Harper had two touchdown receptions, but DeRuyter wasn't pleased with the Bulldogs' eight drops.

"We've got guys who can catch the football, they've demonstrated it," DeRuyter said. "We just have to be more consistent with that, and it's going to be a big-time point of emphasis this week."

If his receivers can hold on to the ball, Carr shouldn't have a tough time racking up yards against a Hawaii defense that is giving up an average of 275.0 yards through the air, ranking 102nd in the nation.

Fresno State is 1-4 under DeRuyter when scoring fewer than 30 points but 11-0 when scoring at least 30, including a 45-10 win over the Warriors on Nov. 3. Carr played only the first half and finished 15 of 23 for 304 yards and four touchdowns, including a 45-yard TD pass to Adams.

Hawaii (0-3, 0-1) is allowing 31.3 points per game and coming off a 31-9 loss to Nevada last Saturday. Coach Norm Chow's team committed six turnovers and has 11 on the season, tied for fifth-most in the country.

Four Warriors quarterbacks threw a total of four interceptions last week, as starter Taylor Graham completed 9 of 15 passes for 77 yards before going down with a shoulder injury in the first half.

Graham's status for this contest is unclear, but DeRuyter said his team is preparing as if the Ohio State transfer will play. The Bulldogs are allowing 317.7 yards passing per game, tied for the fourth-worst average in the nation.

"Hawaii wants to get their season right by going back home where they play particularly well," DeRuyter said. "They'd like nothing better than knocking off a team that's 1-0 in the conference."

Carr is 34 of 52 for 575 yards and six touchdowns with no interceptions in two career starts against Hawaii, both victories.

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