Where Can I Bet the Hawaii Bowl Game Online From My State 18 and Up? Middle Tennessee vs. SDSU

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Gambling911.com has the spread on the Hawaii Bowl for 2022 between Middle Tennessee and San Diego State.  This Bowl game takes place Saturday December 24 Christmas Eve at 8 pm ET.  BetAdrian offers a generous welcome bonus up to 200% your initial deposit.  BetAdrian is available for wagering on this bowl game most U.S. states 18 and up.


The Hawaii Bowl began in 2022 and features tie-ins with MWC (2012–present; Hawaii if bowl-eligible and not in CFP bowl) and AAC (2019–present).  It includes a payout of $1.2 million.

Both of this year's participating teams own 7-5 records Straight Up while each has covered in just five games this season.

Who Do the Line Trends Favor?

This one features a line of SDSU -6.5. We get a number of 9.91, indicating a 3.5 underlay. With the line 6.5/7 and not going above 7 we have had the favorite go 6-0 with underlays this season.

Gotta love San Diego State here.

Hot Hawaii Bowl Betting Trends

Blue Raiders are 5-1 Against The Spread in their last 6 non-conference games.

Blue Raiders are 6-13 ATS in their last 19 games following a straight up win.

Aztecs are 10-1 ATS in their last 11 games after accumulating less than 100 yards rushing in their previous game.

Aztecs are 0-7 ATS in their last 7 games after allowing more than 200 yards rushing in their previous game.

Aztecs are 11-5-1 Against The Spread in their last 17 games following a ATS loss.

Important to Know Before Placing a Bet

With Jalen Mayden running the offense, the Aztecs posted a 5-2 mark and scored 23 points per game.  Prior to him taking over in this role, they went 2-3 and averaged just 19 points per game.

Mayden has completed 62.9 percent of his passes for 1,721 yards and 10 touchdowns.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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