Photo by Darryl Oumi/Getty Images Wait, they play for a trophy? In this new series, our writers will be looking at various Mountain West matchups and determining whether or not they qualify as rivalries.
Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Who are the top returning players for the West Division champions? For much of 2020, “I don’t know” has been a common answer to plenty of questions.
While Chevan Cordeiro remains as the presumptive No. 1 passer, the Rainbow Warriors have added depth — and competition — to the quarterbacks’ room. Armani Edden, a multi-skilled passer from College of the Canyons (Santa Clarita, Calif.) is set to join the Warriors this summer.
Dawson Carper, who has completed two seasons with the UH basketball teams, confirmed he is transferring to Missouri State. Carper had entered the transfer portal two weeks ago, citing a desire to attend a school closer to his family’s home in Colorado Springs.
It’s senior night as guard Eddie Stansberry and post Zigmars Raimo play their final regular-season game in the Stan Sheriff Center. Tonight also marks the return of Carl English, who led the ‘Bows to the NCAA Tournament in 2001 and 2002.
Marco Garcia-USA TODAY Sports A class led by wide receiving talent and filled with JUCO players, decimated by coaching changes Welcome to the twelfth and final post in our twelve-part recruiting breakdown series.
Marco Garcia-USA TODAY Sports Todd Graham’s debut season as head coach for UH will feature a tough schedule On Thursday, the Mountain West Conference finally announced the 2020 football schedules for all 12 conference members.
It appears that wing Samuta Avea, UH’s second-leading scorer (11.0) will not be playing tonight. He’s been suffering from back issues. Post Bernardo da Silva will be missing his second consecutive game because of an injured left foot.
Hawaii rallied late to beat BYU 38-34 to win the SoFi Hawaii Bowl. Five thoughts and analysis of the win, and what it all means. – Contact/Follow @ColFootballNews & @PeteFiutak Hawaii Bowl: 5 Things That Matter Final Score: Hawaii 38, BYU 34 CFN Prediction: Hawaii 27, BYU 24 Line: BYU -1.5, o/u: 65.5 5.
Cole McDonald capped a stellar performance with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Nick Mardner with 1:17 remaining, and Hawaii beat BYU 38-34 on Tuesday night for the Warriors' first 10-win season since 2010.
It’s a bright and sunny (and apparently redundantly balmy) day as UH and BYU meet for the 33rd time (but first in a bowl game). It will be a quarterback’s dual between Cole McDonald (and Chevan Cordeiro) and BYU’s Zach Wilson.
Hawaii must have watched film on Tulane from last week, because they executed the same trick play a week later. The Warriors were leading Nevada 28-3 with the ball at their 29 and 24 seconds left in the half.
Okay, listen, we get it. Most likely, you think bowl season starts on New Year's Eve. Maybe slightly earlier depending on when your team is playing. But regardless of whether or not you're aware of them, the bowls have already started, and there's plenty of college football action to get you through to the main event around New Year's.