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ML SPREAD TOTAL
Air ForceAir Force 13
-1220
-20.5
(-107)
O 46.5
(-108)
HawaiiHawaii 27
+786
+20.5
(-107)
U 46.5
(-110)
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FINAL (11/11/2023)
Air ForceAir Force
Air ForceLAST 10 GAMES
STRAIGHT UP RECORD:
ALERT!9 WINS, 1 LOSS
STRAIGHT UP STREAK:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD:
6 WINS, 4 LOSS
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS:
5 OVERS, 5 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK:
3 UNDERS IN A ROW
Air ForceLAST 10 GAMES AS AWAY TEAM
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS AWAY TEAM:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
ALERT!8 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS AWAY TEAM:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
3 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS AWAY TEAM:
ALERT!3 OVERS, 7 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
Air ForceLAST 10 GAMES AS FAVORITE
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!9 WINS, 1 LOSS
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS FAVORITE:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS FAVORITE:
6 WINS, 4 LOSS
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS FAVORITE:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS FAVORITE:
4 OVERS, 6 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS FAVORITE:
3 UNDERS IN A ROW
Air ForceLAST 10 GAMES AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!7 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE:
3 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!3 OVERS, 7 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS AWAY TEAM AS FAVORITE:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
HawaiiHawaii
HawaiiLAST 10 GAMES
STRAIGHT UP RECORD:
ALERT!3 WINS, 7 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK:
1 WIN IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD:
ALERT!3 WINS, 7 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK:
1 WIN IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS:
5 OVERS, 5 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
HawaiiLAST 10 GAMES AS HOME TEAM
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS HOME TEAM:
5 WINS, 5 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
2 LOSSES IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS HOME TEAM:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
3 LOSSES IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS HOME TEAM:
3 OVERS, 6 UNDERS, 1 PUSH
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
1 UNDER IN A ROW
HawaiiLAST 10 GAMES AS UNDERDOG
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS UNDERDOG:
ALERT!2 WINS, 8 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS UNDERDOG:
1 WIN IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS UNDERDOG:
5 WINS, 5 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS UNDERDOG:
1 WIN IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS UNDERDOG:
6 OVERS, 3 UNDERS, 1 PUSH
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS UNDERDOG:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
HawaiiLAST 10 GAMES AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
ALERT!3 WINS, 7 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
3 LOSSES IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
5 WINS, 5 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
3 LOSSES IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
5 OVERS, 4 UNDERS, 1 PUSH
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS HOME TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
1 UNDER IN A ROW
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Related News (NCAAF News)

Air Force general named new executive director of the College Football Playoff on eve of expansion

Fri, Nov 10, 2023
NCAAF News (AP)

Air Force general named new executive director of the College Football Playoff on eve of expansion

IRVING, Texas (AP) - Lt. Gen. Richard Clark, the superintendent of the Air Force Academy, was announced Friday as the new executive director of the College Football Playoff.

Clark will replace Bill Hancock, who is retiring, and will take over as the playoff prepares for its expansion to a 12-team format in the 2024 season.

"Gen. Clark's experience leading the U.S. Air Force Academy as a three-star general and also being a four-year letter winner with the U.S Air Force football team gives him a strong background to excel in this crucial leadership role," said Mark Keenum, Mississippi State president and chairman of the CFP Board of Managers.

Hancock was the first full-time director of the NCAA Final Four for men's basketball and the first administrator of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS), which was replaced by the CFP. He took that job in 2012 and as the CFP's only employee at the time, he was charged with finalizing a media rights agreement, negotiating agreements with bowl games and host cities, building a staff and forming a selection committee.

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The first four-team playoff launched at the end of the 2014 season, ending with Ohio State beating Oregon for the national championship. Hancock announced his retirement in June but will stay on until February 2025 to aid in the transition.

Like Keenum, Clark thanked Hancock and said he was leaving "big shoes to fill." He said it will be hard to leave the military after 38 years.

"College football is an American tradition unlike any other," Clark said. "Especially now, as the playoff is expanding from four teams to 12 teams, this is an exciting time for fans and everyone involved in this great game."

Clark's long military career began after he was a four-year letter winner at Air Force. During his senior season, the Falcons went 12-1 and were ranked eighth in the final AP Top 25.

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