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College Football News Prediction

College football news has a preview/prediction for the FAU/Hawaii game:

Florida Atlantic at Hawaii, 12:05 am ET
Why to watch: It isn't totally out of the realm of possibility that there will be 900 passing yards between these two solid offenses. Florida Atlantic was a strong DI-AA team last year and is buying time before being a full fledged D-I member in 2005. The Owls want to show that it'll be a team to reckon with next year and wants to make a big splash, but it'll be a major upset if it happens against, possibly, the best offense June Jones has ever had in Hawaii.

Why Florida Atlantic might win: There's enough offensive talent on the Owls to put up some big numbers and hang punch for punch with the Warriors. FAU averaged over 244 yards per game and should easily hit that mark against a UH secondary that'll give up a bazillion yards this year.

Why Hawaii might win: The Owls might have a good offense but it's nothing like what Timmy Chang and the Warrior attack has. FAU's secondary wasn't exactly tight last season and won't have any prayer of handling the UH passing game.

Who to watch: Chang, the soon-to-be all-time NCAA passing leader, will come out roaring with as many receiving weapons as ever and a good stable full of tailbacks, but he won't be the only quarterback on display. FAU senior Jared Allen throw for 3,003 yards and 24 touchdowns with only nine interceptions last season and should hit those marks again this year even with a tougher schedule.

What will happen: Like all Hawaii games there will tons of points and lots of yards with the Warriors coming out on top. This should be fun.

CFN Prediction: Hawaii 48 … Florida Atlantic 23 …

Line: Hawaii -20

Must See Rating: (5 lock yourself in a room to watch - 1 Plan Star Jones' wedding on The View) … 2

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