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Hawaii commits 6 turnovers in 31-9 loss to Nevada

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:06 p.m. HST, Sep 21, 2013

Redshirt freshman Tyler Stewart, starting for the injured Cody Fajardo, threw three touchdown passes to lead Nevada to a 31-9 victory over Hawaii on Saturday in the Mountain West Conference opener for both teams at Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nev.

Hawaii, which has lost nine straight on the road, fell to 0-3 for the first time since 2000.

Four quarterbacks played for UH, which committed six turnovers in the second half.

Starter Taylor Graham was 9-for-15 for 77 yards before leaving the game in the second quarter with a shoulder injury.

Sean Schroeder threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Chris Gant with 34 seconds remaining in the first half but was intercepted twice in the third quarter.

Jeremy Higgins was 5-for-11 for 51 yards but fumbled twice. Ikaika Woolsey was intercepted twice in the fourth quarter.

Stewart finished 14-for-20 for 202 yards to lead the Wolf Pack (2-2, 1-0) to their third straight win over Hawaii. Tight end Kolby Arendse caught two first-half touchdown passes from Stewart and finished with four catches for 77 yards.

Tyler Hadden kicked a 28-yard field goal as Hawaii scored on its opening drive to take the early lead. UH was stopped on fourth and 1 at the Nevada 28 on its next possession.

Brent Zuzo added a 21-yard field goal with 3:19 remaining in the first half to push the Nevada lead to 17-3.

Running back Joey Iosefa and tight end Harold Moleni left the game with injuries in the first half and didn't return.

Hawaii outgained Nevada 376-340 in total yardage. Running back Diocemy Saint Juste finished with 82 rushing yards on 12 carries and Steven Lakalaka carried the ball nine times for 42 yards.

Fajardo sat out his second consecutive game for the Wolf Pack with a knee injury.

Hawaii returns home to face Fresno State next Saturday at 6 p.m.

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MalamaKaAina wrote:
Nothing new here folks, move along!
on September 21,2013 | 03:06PM
rayhawaii wrote:
You said it.
on September 21,2013 | 05:44PM
1local wrote:
chow and all his coaches should be paid for all wins - 2nd place for the last three games is not enough...
on September 21,2013 | 10:29PM
allie wrote:
sad scene
on September 21,2013 | 03:23PM
syhud wrote:
Prepare for positive comments from coach Chow upon returning from Reno come Monday.
on September 21,2013 | 04:10PM
DocG wrote:
Because the Wahine sailing program needs money
on September 21,2013 | 05:13PM
808comp wrote:
Off the subject. Wahine sweeps Wichita State.
on September 21,2013 | 04:11PM
DocG wrote:
Not V Ball guy ... talking about sailing team .... whose paying that tab ?
on September 21,2013 | 05:17PM
IAmSane wrote:
on September 21,2013 | 06:09PM
BluesBreaker wrote:
Wahine Volleyball pays its own way. It fills a much larger percentage of seats in the facility where it plays (including many sell outs) than the Warrior football team. In fact, for many, many years, the Wahine Volleyball team has had the highest attendance of any women's college volleyball team in the nation.
on September 21,2013 | 07:06PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
They did? Greeeeeaaaatt !!!
on September 21,2013 | 08:06PM
RichardCory wrote:
Why does so much money get poured into this? What is the point? I find it extremely offensive to think that my tax dollars are spent on college kids throwing a ball around. The fact that they always lose just rubs salt in the wound.
on September 21,2013 | 04:11PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
And Richard Cory, one calm summer night, Went home and put a bullet through his head.
on September 21,2013 | 04:25PM
DAGR81 wrote:
Distasteful remark.
on September 21,2013 | 06:23PM
BluesBreaker wrote:
It's the closing line of the poem, "Richard Cory" by A.E. Robinson. Here you go . . .


on September 21,2013 | 07:09PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
don't waste the time...evidently someone failed english 100, like someone else we all know
on September 22,2013 | 05:28AM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
"...And Richard Cory, one calm summer night, Went home and put a b**let through his head."
on September 21,2013 | 04:27PM
allie wrote:
on September 21,2013 | 04:55PM
Mana07 wrote:
what are you talking about? We are one of the poorest FBS programs in the country. we have no money. what little money we do have we have to pay to MWC. I can assure that the UH program has absolutely the worst deal in the country with it's conference, stadium, and revenue. But...I feel you. We have developed a culture of losing. The mistakes that we see on the field are high school level. Love Norm..but I don't think he is cut out for head coaching. You can't run a "pro style" offense against superior players...I have stuck by this team through thick and thin, even went to the Sugar bowl...It is starting to get a little old.
on September 21,2013 | 05:12PM
kailua000 wrote:
thats because our AD makes terrible deals. we pay to play and we pay a fortune for teams to come to hawaii.
on September 21,2013 | 06:40PM
tigerwarrior wrote:
That's why it may be a good idea to play Colorado just to add $500,000 to the program. What's one more game in the loss column?
on September 22,2013 | 01:57AM
kailua000 wrote:
Because at many schools, sports teams are a thing of pride for students and alumni and bring in millions, where ours cost us millions and hardly any students attend the games anyway.
on September 21,2013 | 06:39PM
kaupena wrote:
Blame the injuries again.
on September 21,2013 | 04:24PM
jj96792 wrote:
oh boy.. another looooooong season
on September 21,2013 | 04:25PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
Defense looks markedly improved from last year. The offense appears to su*k slightly less than last year...for those that would consider su*king less as being "better".
on September 21,2013 | 04:32PM
CriticalReader wrote:
Bobby Curran is a terrible radio gamecaller. He's so self absorbed and eogtistical that he doesn't take into account his audience. He can go entire quarters never mentioning the current score. Waste tiem listen to him. Might as well just stay here on the SA to get a good clear understanding of what's going on.
on September 21,2013 | 04:34PM
Wazdat wrote:
on September 21,2013 | 04:40PM
allie wrote:
agree...he is a joke.
on September 21,2013 | 04:56PM
Mana07 wrote:
I am so glad to know that I am not the only one that thinks that. He drives me nuts. I have followed UH for many years, and Bobby wasn't always like that. I noticed that his arrogance started back when he married Jo McGarry. Not sure why..but that's when it started.
on September 21,2013 | 05:15PM
jj96792 wrote:
i wonder what the excuses going be this time... most likely injuries ,again
on September 21,2013 | 04:40PM
truelies wrote:
the team must be related to michelle wie
on September 21,2013 | 04:44PM
allie wrote:
giggle..yup. But I love that Punahou grad called Laka laka..cool name
on September 21,2013 | 04:56PM
foursun wrote:
michelle makes money at what she does. This team will be in the red at the end of the season again. What parallel are you trying to make?
on September 22,2013 | 06:16AM
truelies wrote:
on September 21,2013 | 05:06PM
foursun wrote:
on September 22,2013 | 06:07AM
allie wrote:
I met truelies at my work..nice man. I have many good friends in here.
on September 22,2013 | 08:23AM
foursun wrote:
thanks allie/all-lies, an endorsement from one who habitually lies and is known to use multiple aliases is very helpful. Interesting the similarity between you and the alias truelies, looking at your histories you misspell the same words and misuse the same words(they're, their, there, etc) in the same way.
on September 22,2013 | 12:50PM
BoneDry wrote:
isn't it funny that allie thinks that by having his bogus aliases leave those bogus messages to them "for show" is going to convince others that he's anything other than a troll. Just like that Palani alias that posted that bogus Facebook page and the shameless bogus appeal for money in these pages.
on September 22,2013 | 01:23PM
foursun wrote:
yup, why would anyone post supposed private messages on a public board when facebook and twitter would be a much more practical and effective place for such messages...unless the true intent is to deceive everyone into thinking allie is anything but the troll that he is.
on September 22,2013 | 01:52PM
Stogeyboy wrote:
Uncle norm should just retire already... His abilities in calling the plays sucks. It seems to me he' s just like his offense coordinator he hired earlier in the season unbeknown to him as useless.
on September 21,2013 | 05:09PM
GorillaSmith wrote:
We used to run the 5-wide. Now we run the 3-and-out.
on September 21,2013 | 05:21PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Fire that dammmn coach, he is just another Norv Turner, even worse:
on September 21,2013 | 05:22PM
uh4eva wrote:
good connection...Norv Turner failed everywhere he went.
on September 21,2013 | 10:33PM
ohelo wrote:
In December 1949, UH lost to College of Pacific, 75-0. So what else is new? AD Ben Jay wants more money? For what?
on September 21,2013 | 05:25PM
blackmurano wrote:
Our Rainbow Warriors are headed for a 0-4 standing with the powerful pass happy Fresno State coming to town this week. Look for the first "blow-out" against our Rainbow Warriors. I really don't think we can win another game this year, that includes UNLV who is beating their opponent on the road tonight. I really hope they just forget about playing another PAC-12 team, Colorado on the road next month. It's a true reality that our Rainbow Warriors football players cannot win another game this year with Head Coach Norm Chow and his current staff. I blame Norm Chow and his staff and "NOT" the kids on the roster. Norm Chow may have been a great offensive coordinator but after tonight, he not made to be a head football coach. I'm sure UH Athletic Director Ben Jay is just "maybe" sensing this. So I hope Ben Jay will have a New Rainbow football coach and his new staff in place by the start of November. So when the season ends at the end of November, the new head coach an his staff will head the recruiting trail and start resurrecting Hawaii football again.
on September 21,2013 | 05:28PM
saywhatyouthink wrote:
Far and away the worse Hawaii team I have seen in 30 years. Chow is not earning his money.
on September 21,2013 | 05:29PM
oxtail01 wrote:
The team may not be that bad -certainly the worse coach ever - worse than Von Appen when you consider all the hype that came with him.
on September 21,2013 | 05:42PM
oxtail01 wrote:
At least Chow is consistent - one offensive touchdown. Lose badly to a team with a 3rd string QB. To all who said it's getting better - are you watching the same thing? There is no way UH can afford another year of this - can Chow NOW!
on September 21,2013 | 05:31PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
McDonald's must be happy
on September 21,2013 | 08:08PM
EwaWarrior wrote:
Is Fred van Appen back at the helm?
on September 21,2013 | 05:35PM
hunebasami wrote:
Fred was chosen over Norm Chow when he was hired. Just imagine our only 2 choices were Fred and Norm.
on September 21,2013 | 09:22PM
localboieastside wrote:
Next week Fresno= Hawaii 0-4. Lack of discipline, talent, mental toughness, the list goes on and on.Lost 9 straight on the road. This team right now is not very good and Norm is getting desperate. I just keep watching high school football. Go Saints!!
on September 21,2013 | 05:53PM
tutulois wrote:
Let's focus on having a university where students learn things and become good citizens --- way too much emphasis (and money!) on football !
on September 21,2013 | 05:54PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on September 21,2013 | 05:54PM
allie wrote:
on September 22,2013 | 08:23AM
808Nate wrote:
Not a big football fan but I remember when Chow was hired, everyone was saying "Chow Time" or "Chow Fun". Guess now it should be "Chow Down". Was looking forward to going to a game or two but it seems there's no excitement to watch at the game or is there?.
on September 21,2013 | 06:00PM
2_centz wrote:
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on September 21,2013 | 09:22PM
bigislandkurt wrote:
:) LOL
on September 21,2013 | 11:50PM
allie wrote:
Chow is a decent man. Old Punahou family.
on September 22,2013 | 08:23AM
fiveo wrote:
Instead of playing better, the team appears to be going in the other direction. Troubling was the seeming lack of intensity on the part of the players. They seemed to be going thru the motions. They were on the field but no intensity at all. What gives?? As before having quarterbacks who only pass from the pocket makes the offense very one dimensional and gives the opposing defense every opportunity to blitz. Also coach Chow seems uninvolved in what is going on in the field. No one around him most of the time and he does not seem to be talking to the players or assistant coaches. It almost if he is still sitting upstairs in the booth rather than being down on the field. At this rate, don't see them winning any games given the schedule they face.
on September 21,2013 | 06:06PM
hunebasami wrote:
He doesn't no what to do and what to say. First sign of dementia.
on September 21,2013 | 09:25PM
Tipops wrote:
Looking at the schedule when it first came out, I thought, realistically, that we would have a tough time winning any of the first five games. As the season has played out, I now feel we are going to have a tough time beating anybody on our entire schedule. Any wins we get will be a pleasant surprise. I don't blame the players, everybody can see they are playing their hearts out, especially the D, but under Coach Chow there seems to be no positives for the team. Don't know what is missing but whatever it is we need it! Soon, or Chow will be history. Thank the Lord for Wahine volleyball!
on September 21,2013 | 06:26PM
xxNOTxx wrote:
Hate to say it, but it looks like we're off to a great start for another losing season
on September 21,2013 | 06:27PM
CriticalReader wrote:
The trick for this season is to set goals that can actually be achieved. Chow, if he were smart, would follow the path of society, and find a way to make lemonade out of lemons. UH could get a lot of publicity being the worst team in the nation. JJ always used to say that ANY publicity is good publicity. Time to bring out the competitor in all UH personnel, to achieve the achievable. No wins is clearly there. But let's see them lose as badly as possible. Set some point spread national records. Do a play where everyone literally lies down on the field: SportsCenter top 10 I betcha.
on September 21,2013 | 06:42PM
kailua000 wrote:
exactly what we expected. this QB who came from Ohio state could never have competed there. I watched the back up qb for two weeks in a row from OSU trash his opponents. Our QB are bad and one of our best receivers, Billy Ray Stutz, was not invited to travel with the team. great coaching. being local does not make a great head coach. Im out.
on September 21,2013 | 06:37PM
gyang wrote:
Why is this top breaking news? OMG!
on September 21,2013 | 06:41PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Someone needs ad revenue, as if raising the price of the paper 25 cents was not enough.
on September 21,2013 | 06:52PM
Senior_Researcher wrote:
Shame, the Lamebows flame out again. Thank goodness for Wahine volleyball.
on September 21,2013 | 06:49PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Fresno State just defeated Boise State 41-40. This is going to be a long season for Head Coach Norm Chow, as Fresno State will be no patsy. Is there any games that the Rainbow Warriors could win this season. Let me take a glance at the schedule: all games seem to have the opponent favored over Hawaii.
on September 21,2013 | 06:51PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Fresno State just defeated Boise State 41-40. This is going to be a long season for Head Coach Norm Chow, as Fresno State will be no patsy. Is there any games that the Rainbow Warriors could win this season. Let me take a glance at the schedule: all games seem to have the opponent favored over Hawaii.
on September 21,2013 | 06:51PM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
It's a good thing Marcus went to Oregon. He's my go to, I feel proud to be from Hawaii, guy.
on September 21,2013 | 07:05PM
mishtah wrote:
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on September 21,2013 | 07:07PM
Wazdat wrote:
hahaha. that was a good laugh.
on September 21,2013 | 07:30PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on September 21,2013 | 07:38PM
Kealii wrote:
I agree too! By 2020, we should be regularly hitting the .500 winning percentage mark! That's PROGRESS folks!
on September 21,2013 | 08:17PM
blackmurano wrote:
Let me see. We scored 13 points in the opener against USC; scored 14 points against Oregon State and against a team that was really bust up by Florida State last week, started a third string quarterback and he threw three touchdowns. What we got to show for it, 9 points. Rainbow football under Norm Chow and his staff is dead for 2013. They cannot win any games on the schedule this year with Norm Chow and his current staff. This team is headed for a 012 or 013 if Ben Jay approved of our Rainbow Warriors playing Colorado, another PAC 12 team, on the road next month. Ben Jay need to fire Norm Chow by November. By hiring a new Coach, whoever that maybe, the new head coach can have his new staff ready to go as soon as the season is over at the end of November. Than start recruiting and hopefully resurrect Hawaii football again. I don't blame the kids playing on this team. All the blame goes to Norm Chow, especially, and his staff. So If Ben Jay, the Athletic Director reads these statement here, Ben, fire Norm Chow before Hawaii football is destroyed in Hawaii.
on September 21,2013 | 08:28PM
oxtail01 wrote:
Guilty as charged. Please take my season tickets as punishment for my evil ways.
on September 21,2013 | 10:38PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
Well, BYU seemed to have done well after Chow left, UCLA and Utah seem to have improved after he left. As the Professional game has been incorporating more spread and 4 wide passing concepts into their offenses Chow remains conceptually old, tired and predictable. It is obvious he has not changed with the game. The bright side is that some of the young bucks that got let go when UH hired Chow as HC will have had time to mature and gain experience. Maybe after 4-5 years of "seasoning" one of those will still be interested in the HC job after Chow is released.
on September 22,2013 | 06:43AM
Kealii wrote:
Hey look on the bright side ... we're not even close to hitting rock bottom ... yet!
on September 21,2013 | 07:49PM
Kuniarr wrote:
What else is new?
on September 21,2013 | 07:51PM
dbrown987 wrote:
Remember 2011 when UH went 6-7 and the sky was falling? Things couldn't possibly get worse right. There were 3 games that year against San Jose St, Fresno St, and Utah St that were all lost by less than a touchdown and the UW game was lost by a touchdown. Yet we couldn't wait to get Mack out of town because he lost close games. At least that team made them interesting. Chow's teams aren't even competitive! What we wouldn't give for a 6-7 record now.
on September 21,2013 | 07:52PM
hunebasami wrote:
on September 21,2013 | 09:32PM
DocG wrote:
Raise your hand if you believe a Mack/Rolo lead team would have Chow's record over the last 15 games. Time to quietly fire up the "new coach search committee" Sorry Norm ... take the half mil and go sit on the beach with your $9,000 a month OC. If things were improving I'd be a fan ... but it's clear it's bad and getting worse. I mean I know we are no Florida State but NINE POINTS against a team that just gave up 60 ...
on September 22,2013 | 02:48AM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
well look at the bright side, every college program but 1 that Chow coached on IMPROVED offensively after he was let go. Look at it as 2 seasons down another 2 or 3 to go. Granted Chow was left with a young inexperienced crew when he came in and that would be squarely attributable to the previous coaching staff but still, that crew managed a better than even record with essentially the same crew. When Chow was brought in, much was made of his ability to adapt his game to the players he had on hand. That was a trait that Chow has NEVER displayed here at UH. Time to start looking for the replacement
on September 22,2013 | 07:06AM
aionokea43 wrote:
If not for the Wahine Vollyball, UH athletic revenues would be s.... I would bet that Chow makes at least 2x, maybe 3x Shoji. Go figure. Next week Fresno State, yep, 0-4. Maybe UH will win 1 game this year. LOL.
on September 21,2013 | 07:57PM
hunebasami wrote:
Chow trying to match Fred's record 0 and 12.
on September 21,2013 | 09:33PM
foursun wrote:
don't think so ainokea, Fresno beat Boise today. UH is going to be everyone's whipping boy this year again. Well at least Chow was right about one thing, his offense is not going to be as exciting as the run and shoot.
on September 22,2013 | 02:00PM
UHFAN1984 wrote:
well I have I have to look at the bright side I got season tickets at least I can get great parking for the Fresno State game.
on September 21,2013 | 08:24PM
mynah wrote:
Hate to say this but we need young blood to coach this team. Chow is not connecting with the players. Biggest mistake Chow made is when he didnt retain Rolovich.
on September 21,2013 | 09:01PM
hunebasami wrote:
Not only Rolo but Dave at Wisconcin and Rich at Kaiser.
on September 21,2013 | 09:35PM
wizard417 wrote:
on September 21,2013 | 09:24PM
BO0o07 wrote:
Most fans expected improvements by the offense this year but after tonight's performance, I don't see how UH will win more than one game this year. Good possibility it will be an 0-12 season. If I have to pin the blame on anyone, it will be on the coach and not the players. Game statistics favored UH in almost all categories except the score.
on September 21,2013 | 10:19PM
uh4eva wrote:
Chow had 2 weeks to prepare and this is what we get? That guy is not a head coach.
on September 21,2013 | 10:41PM
uh4eva wrote:
A first year Nevada head coach and four year coach with two year as offensive coordinator did a way better job than Chow. Some people are not meant to be head coaches and Chow is number one on that list. Ask him to resign or fire him.
on September 21,2013 | 10:27PM
AQOhana wrote:
And we thought that the Stevie Wonder Blunder was bad...Prepare for another financial and morale fiasco for UH Athletics...Chow will be bought out of his contract soon...Coach Mac must be laughing all the way to the bank! What a disaster! Coach Chow was so arrogant coming in to UH, letting go Miano...Changing out Viilli and the band...enjoy the humble pie coach! How much did we pay you again? Is Rolo ready to apply for the head coaching job!
on September 21,2013 | 10:40PM
lamar wrote:
If any season ticketholders are frustrated to see the last game of the season, there is an alternative. Comedian Gabriel Iglesias will be in town at the NBC arena for a 7:30 show. There are some good seats left as of now. At least it's a stress free event that the football team is not involved in.
on September 21,2013 | 10:42PM
pv64 wrote:
does coaches make players? or players make coaches?
on September 22,2013 | 01:17AM
wizard417 wrote:
I guess I was wrong about using the other QBS, HEADLINES, WARRIORS SHOOT SELF IN FOOT AGAIN
on September 22,2013 | 05:00AM
bigtaiho wrote:
Might be a winless season. Time to shut down this losing proposition and all men's sports. No need for a "local" football team. Watch Oregon, Stanford, Washington...where local football is at.
on September 22,2013 | 05:30AM
bigtaiho wrote:
I'd take Kif fen any day lol
on September 22,2013 | 05:35AM
Carolynne wrote:
Get rid of Chow & get Rolo for head coach. Rolo doesn't have the experience but I think he's a lot better at calling plays than Chow.
on September 22,2013 | 05:41AM
Wiggs wrote:
Bobby Curren kept mentioning on the radio broadcast, that Norm Chow had a 5 year contract. Is this true?
on September 22,2013 | 06:28AM
cajaybird wrote:
Where is June Jones when you need him. It was fun watching JJ beat teams that had more talent. Remember how defenses went crazy trying to defend against an offense that was totally unpredictable? Uh was fun to watch. I still remember the Alabama, Houston, Northwestern, Washington games. If only UH committed to building the program JJ would likely still be coaching the Warriors . The current UH team has a lot of talent, but I doubt they'll be beating any teams with greater talent. Gone are the "shovel pass", screen plays, reverses, etc. I'm not a coach, but you'd think such plays would be considered when defenses know the QB can't scramble and they're "teeing off" on the QB. The games are painful to watch, just opposite of fun and exciting (as they were during the JJ days). I just can't picture any sold out games in the near future, which is exactly what UH needs. Something must change to salvage the program, and soon.
on September 22,2013 | 06:47AM
Wazdat wrote:
AGREE. UH BLEW IT BIG time when they let JJ leave. UH will NEVER EVER have that type of team again with Chow.
on September 22,2013 | 07:04AM
allie wrote:
JJ was smoked again at SMU. people there are calling for him to be fired. Dark past dat dude.
on September 22,2013 | 08:24AM
BoneDry wrote:
ok, all-lies how about you provide links to SMU fan blogs calling for JJ's firing like they are for Chow's. SMU got smoked by a Big12 team Texas Tech and an SEC team Texas A&M. UH got smoked by Nevada-Reno. While I am no fan of JJ or the "Run and Shoot" I am not impressed by the "Rollover and Play Dead" offense of Chow. While Chow may be a decent man he is a terrible coach and while JJ may be a Creep of a Man he is a much better coach. Obviously Stanford, Kentucky, NC State discovered something in their hiring process that UH failed to. Once hired, Chow would have been better served had he kept Rollovich and Aranda rather than pursue a "scorched earth" policy in forming his staff.
on September 22,2013 | 01:37PM
savage1 wrote:
Was at the game in Reno. Recently moved here and had UH season tickets for over 35 years. Terrible UH planning and play. It was 49 degrees and we were freezing in the stands with ski hats, heavy jackets and gloves. How could our UH guys play with numb and frozen fingers and bodies stiff with cold?. The coaches all had heavy jackets with hoods and extra clothing. Players were visibly shivering with no long sleeved undergarments or leggings. No extra clothing after halftime! It rained and turned very cold well before game time. Why no cloaks, mittens or hoods for our players? It definitely affected the game. Too many short sideline passes when the middle and downfield was open. Three TD's were scored over one Hawaii cornerback, He never got help. Play calling was uninspired. My pride in our Warriors was sorely wounded. The game and our performance was disappointing to say the least. Good luck Warriors, play hard and smart. I wish I could have taken you home to a warm bed after that game.....Bruno West
on September 22,2013 | 04:49PM
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