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BYU and Hawaii Both Have Something To Play For

Both the Brigham Young Cougars (8-3) and the Hawaii Warriors (6-6) have seen their seasons fail to measure up to preseason expectations. That doesn’t mean they don't have some good reasons to play well in their regular season finale. Hawaii was supposed to have a clear path to the WAC championship with Boise State now out of the conference. Quarterback Bryant Moniz was back...
Via Blue Cougar Football
December 02, 2011  |  Discuss

WAC Football Weekly Preview – Week 14

MATCHUPS Utah State at New Mexico State Idaho at Nevada BYU at Hawaii Fresno State at San Diego State The main point of focus in the final week of the WAC season is Hawaii’s game against BYU. The Warriors are playing a 13-game schedule this season, which means that at 6-6, they need to win this contest in order to become bowl-eligible. Hawaii would host the Hawaii Bowl if it can...
Via WAC Football & Basketball Blog
November 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Week 11's opponent's results

What a tough loss Saturday. Best wishes to Bryant Moniz and all the other injured Warriors in their recoveries. Here's this week's look at the results of our opponents schedules. Gotta get 2 out of 3. You can do it Warriors!
Via The Warriors Will Throw
November 14, 2011  |  Discuss

Nevada 42, Hawaii 28

Stephen Tsai writes that Bryant Moniz's UH career is over after he broke his right tibia in last night's game. So sad to see it end like that. All the best to Moniz in his recovery. I know that this team has been bitten by the injury bug in previous years but I can't remember it being this bad. HawaiiAthletics.com has the game summary of UH's loss to Nevada.
Via The Warriors Will Throw
November 13, 2011  |  Discuss

Hawaii Warriors @ Idaho Vandals Football Recap

Hawaii 16, Idaho 14 The Hawaii Warriors played yet another terrible game in the contiguous 48 states of America. However, lady luck smiled upon them this time around. A few weeks ago, Hawaii committed six turnovers and lost by one point at San Jose State, thanks in part to a blocked extra point that the Spartans were able to run back for two points. In that game, Hawaii’s boatload...
Via WAC Football & Basketball Blog
October 31, 2011  |  Discuss
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