Hawaii football: Latest 2019 over/under is 5.5 wins

Cole McDonald, the incumbent starting quarterback, scrambled during the UH football spring game on April 27. / Photo by Andrew Lee, Special to the Star-Advertiser

The latest over/under betting line on regular season victories for the University of Hawaii football team this season is listed at 5½, according to BetOnline.

UH will play a 13-game regular season.

For background, UH’s over/under last season was listed 3½ and the Rainbow Warriors went 8-5 in the regular season and 8-6 overall.
In 2017 was listed at 4½ over a 12-game schedule and finished 3-9.

Boise State has the highest over/under in the Mountain West at 10 while Fresno State and San Diego State in the West Division are both at 8.

UH’s Aug. 24 season-opening opponent, Arizona, is listed at 7.


  1. Superstar Advertiser July 8, 2019 1:45 pm

    This year, UH-Manoa had to stop raising tuition in order to draw more students.

    About time they applied that same thinking to the football games: They can get more fans at $15 a head, and make more money. Better to do it ASAP, because the culture is becoming one of NOT going to a football game on Saturday. It’s difficult to change a culture like that.

  2. pakipark July 8, 2019 8:46 pm

    5 1/2 seems fair. I’m guessing 6-7. If the UofHawaii defense can stop the run or UofHawaii offense can get physical and control the ball, control the line of scrimmage, and keep the other team’s offense off the field, then, 7-6.

  3. Matt July 8, 2019 9:04 pm

    The key looking ahead into this football season is how much of a burden does Scheyenne Sanitoa’s death carry onto the football team (Both from the offense’s point of view and for the guys on defense). Having lost a defender like him is not something that can be taken for granted. What I’m wanting to see is the fire in their belly for the guys on defense. Do it not only for themselves, but do it for Sanitoa. It’s a matter of dealing with adversity and putting it all out there, on the field and play with inspiration. I’m sure Sanitoa would want the same thing, having this program go back-to-back bowl games. And I’m sure everybody would love to see that happen as well. Last time that did occur was during the 2007-08 seasons. 10 years does seem like a long time, but this could be the time that we could see a breakthrough moment and finally get us back on track to bowl game success.

  4. roygbivs July 9, 2019 12:47 am


    8-9 Ws through reg season.

  5. Gman23 July 9, 2019 9:30 am

    I see us at another 7 or 8 wins…Why is Utah St. not mentioned? They’ve played well recently

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