Hawaii vs San Diego State live stream, odds, channel, prediction, watch on CBS Sports Network


Another packed college football schedule is coming to CBS Sports Network in Week 6 as FBS conference play heats up across the country with four championship games on Saturday. The AAC, MAC and Mountain West will be featured on the network, starting Friday night when San Jose State edged UNLV 40-7.

Saturday’s marathon begins with a MAC battle between state haters as Eastern Michigan travels to take on Western Michigan after both teams picked up wins in Week 5. In the n the afternoon, Tulsa travels to take on Navy as both AAC teams look to rebound from losses a week ago.

The evening slate brings a pair of Mountain West games, starting with New Mexico hosting Wyoming, then ending with San Diego State taking on Hawaii. As we get closer to the middle of the 2022 college football season, the intensity should only increase, and these championship games should be effective as the contenders look to part ways.

Here’s the full recap of all the Week 6 action on CBS Sports Network. All times Eastern

Hawaii at San Diego State

Date: Saturday October 8 | Time: 10:30 p.m.
Location: Snapdragon Stadium – San Diego, CA
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Direct: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Spread: San Diego State -21 | Will the Aztecs cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 6 screenings

Scenarios: San Diego State fired offensive coordinator Jeff Hecklinski after a 35-13 loss at Boise State last week that dropped the Aztecs to 2-3 after last season’s 12-2 campaign. Hawaii is 1-4 under freshman coach Timmy Chang. Playing SDSU’s slow offense could be just what the Warriors need, as their defense has struggled so far. Both teams are looking for their first victories in Mountain West.

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