Hawaii vs Washington Live Stream: The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors will take on the No. 23 Washington Huskies at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday at Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium. Hawaii has already knocked off a pair of Pac-12 teams in Arizona and Oregon State through two weeks, while Washington was stunned by California in Week 2. This is an intriguing matchup featuring a high-flying offense and a tough defense, and the Huskies are listed as 21.5-point favorites, with the over-under set at 58.5 in the latest Washington vs. Hawaii odds. Before you make any Washington vs. Hawaii picks, you’ll want to see the college football predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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Despite 119 yards and a touchdown from running back Salvon Ahmed, the Huskies fell to California to open Pac-12 play, dropping them from No. 14 to No. 23 in the AP Poll. Washington led 10-0 in that game, but two turnovers proved costly as Cal stormed back and picked up the road upset. The Huskies will need more from quarterback Jacob Eason, a Georgia transfer. He threw an interception and was sacked three times against the Golden Bears and has thrown just one touchdown on the season.
Hawaii, meanwhile, continues to light up the scoreboard. The Rainbow Warriors dropped 45 on Arizona in a Week 1 win and then piled up 31 points to help knock off Oregon State in Week 2. Those were both home games, however, and now they’ll have to take the flight to Seattle to take on this talented Washington squad. Hawaii quarterback Cole McDonald has thrown for just under 800 yards on the season, but he also has thrown five interceptions. He’ll need to cut down on those to help Hawaii stay in this matchup.