Posted November 13, 2013 on
Arizona will take on San Diego State on Thursday. Read on for a complete preview, including what Sean Miller and Steve Fisher think about the contest.
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The University of Hawaii football team officially changed its name back to the Rainbow Warriors this season, but through the first nine games, green and black have been the only colors represented on the field at Aloha Stadium.
That’ll change on Saturday, when Hawaii will celebrate “Retro Night” by bringing back one of the most unique uniforms in college football history.
It was just six months ago that Hawaii announced it’d be bringing back the “Rainbow Warriors” team name for its football squad. Now, at least for one night, the school will be bringing back its old uniforms as well. Hawaii has just unveiled a video that gives fans their first look at the throwback green-on-white rainbow uniforms that the players will be wearing for “Retro...
The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors will be rocking throwback Under Armour uniforms against San Diego State on Nov. 16. They feature rainbow patterning in the shoulders.
Nick Johnson scored 23 points and freshman Aaron Gordon added 16 points and eight rebounds to lead No. 6 Arizona to a 69-60 victory over San Diego State on Thursday night.
JJ O'Brien and Xavier Thames had 19 points each for the Aztecs (1-1), who had won two of the last three meetings with Arizona (3-0), the loss coming in the final seconds of last year's Diamond Head Classic...
Arizona defeated San Diego State 69-60 Thursday night on the road. Read on for a complete recap of the win.
The Hawaii Warriors unveiled their “Rainbow Warriors” throwbacks that will be worn this weekend against the San Diego State Aztecs. The jersey looks fantastic and I can’t wait to see what the helmet and pants look like. Hopefully the final product looks something like this:
San Diego State made numerous runs in a hostile environment, but Arizona never seemed to get rattled on Thursday. Read on to see what Miller says about poise, his guard play, and more.