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USC vs Hawaii College Football Predictions Week 1

by Jonathan Pou on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

USC vs Hawaii College Football Predictions Week 1: The College Football Betting season kicks off with the #14 USC Trojans (0-0) taking on the un-ranked Hawaii Warriors (0-0), at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Trojans went 9-4 lost year and all of those losses were within the PAC-10. They finished 5-4 in the conference and beat Boston College 24-13 in the Emerald Bowl. Hawaii, on the other hand had, had a disappointing 6-7 season, going 3-5 in their conference and 0-25 vs top 25 teams. Hammerhead sports always delivers the most accurate free sports picks and free football odds from our team of NCAA predictions experts. Find our winning NCAA Picks selections below.

The Trojans have not lost to the Warriors in six meetings, and have amassed a staggering 60-plus points in each of the past three match ups. While no one really expects the boys of Troy to be as dominating as in years past, expecting them to beat Hawaii is. However, bettors will not trust USC’s 2010 NCAA Betting Odds with the amount of controversy surrounding the team this past offseason. The Trojans dedication to a season where they’re prohibited from playing in a Bowl Game, combined with the fact that they will be without coaching mastermind Pete Carroll. The Sportsbooks at BetUs.com have the USC Trojans (-23) as the Free NCAA Picks selection pver the Hawaii Warriors (+23).

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USC only has 70 players under scholarship. That is about 15 less than the nation average, we’ll see how this will play out against a Hawaii team that did pass the ball well, finishing third in the Nation, but rushing the ball is a different story. They were 89th in the country with 100.7 yards per game. This game will probably get ugly early. The Trojans should have no trouble disposing of the Warriors who allowed 29.5 points per game last year, but only averaged 22.5. With the NCAA Betting Odds point total at 54, start padding your bankroll by running with the Over (-110) on this one.