|Jul 22nd, 2010
Wagering on college football continues to be a boon for bettors. Super sportsbook Bodog continues their previews and football predictions with a 2010 season outlook on the team from the 5-0 state.
The Hawaii Warriors are next up in our 2010 college football outlook. The Warriors struggled in 2009, going 6-7 (3-5 in the WAC). They did, however, win four of their final five games, so there’s some potential for growth.
Quarterback remains the team’s biggest question mark, as several players have stepped under center over the past two seasons. Bryant Moniz will probably get first crack in 2010. He’ll at least have a brilliant receiving corps to work with, including Greg Salas (106 catches, 1590 yards, eight touchdowns last year). Moniz might not have much time to throw to Salas, however, as the offensive line lost four starters.
The defense will probably go through highs and lows. The front seven is pretty inexperienced and should suffer through growing pains. The secondary might be able to pick up some slack, though, as all four starters return.
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Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy’s expert take: There’s no getting over that Rainbow loss of June Jones. We have Hawaii projected to finish in a fifth place tie in the WAC with Utah State. Frankly though, they are no better than the No. 5 team in the Western Athletic Conference.
They could finish as low as 8th behind Idaho. The middle of the pack is close in the WAC.