Hawaii vs Air Force football schedule: start time, tv channel, live stream online, NCAAF scores and results

Hawaii vs Air Force football schedule: start time, tv channel, live stream online, NCAAF scores and results

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors take on the Air FOce Falcons in one of the college football games on Saturday, October 22, 2016 start time at 2:00 PM ET, at Falcon Stadium, Usaf Academy, Colorado.

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (3-4) lost against the UNLV Rebels, 41-38, last week. Dru Brown completed 17 of 32 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns. In rushing, Paul Harris ran for 94 yards and a touchdown in seven attempts while Diocemy Saint Juste added 81 yards in seven attempts. In receiving, Steven Lakalaka added 25 yards and two touchdowns. Marcus Kemp posted 126 yards in six receptions while Dylan Cole added 23 yards in four catches.

Offensively, Hawaii football is averaging 225.0 yards in passing and 198.4 yards in rushing. Defensively, Hawaii football is yielding 249.0 yards in passing and 238.6 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

The Air Force Falcons (4-2) lost against the New Mexico Lobos, 45-40, last week. Nate Romine completed 12 of 24 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns. In rushing, Jacobi Owens ran for 106 yards and a touchdown in 10 carries while D.J. Johnson added 65 yards in 10 carries. Timothy McVey added 44 yards and a touchdown. In receiving, Jalen Robinette posted 182 yards and a touchdown in seven receptions while Shayne Davern added 57 yards in three receptions. Ronald Cleveland complimented for 20 yards and a touchdown.

Offensively, Air Force football is averaging 184.3 yards in passing and 275.2 yards in rushing. Defensively, Air Force football is yielding 212.7 yards in passing and 129.0 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

Hawaii vs Air Force football game schedule:

Date: October 22, 2016
Start Time: 2:00 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: (Check your local channel)
Live Stream:
Odds and Point Spread: -16.5 Air Force, 62.0 O/U

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