San Jose State vs. Hawaii Prediction, Game Preview

    San Jose State vs. Hawaii prediction and game preview. The Spartans look to improve to 5-6 as they travel to Honolulu to take on the 2-9 Rainbow Warriors.

    November 20, 2015


    There’s still a chance. Hawaii (2-9) is just playing out the string before a new era kicks in, but San Jose State (4-6) is still alive for a possible bowl appearance needing to win this week and come up with a home victory over Boise State. Check out the San Jose State vs. Hawaii game preview and prediction.

    San Jose State vs. Hawaii Game Preview

    Broadcast

    Date: Saturday, Nov. 21
    Game Time: 11:00 pm
    Venue: Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

    Network: MW Network

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    Why San Jose State Will Win

    Hawaii’s offense has been awful, but the defense has turned worse. Who gives up six touchdown passes to Fresno State? Allowing 141 points over the last three games, the D is getting gouged way too easily. This is where the San Jose State running game kicks in. Tyler Ervin has been held down for a while – not this week.

    Why Hawaii Will Win

    Can the home life make a difference? The Rainbow Warriors haven’t been any better at home, but if they can somehow find a way to pound the ball with the running game that hasn’t shown up for a long, long while, it should have some success against the soft Spartan defensive interior. Use the good punting game to keep SJSU pinned deep, and hope the field position battle matters.

    What’s Going To Happen?

    Hawaii is on an eight-game losing streak dropping all but one by double digits. San Jose State needs this and will come in focused after losing three of its last four.

    San Jose State vs. Hawaii Prediction

    Final Score: San Jose State 31, Hawaii 17, Line: San Jose State -10, o/u: 53.5

    Must See Rating: 5: The Night Before – 1: Donny! … 2

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