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Five big plays from Hawaii's 47-10 loss to Utah State

Chosen and described by the Star-Advertiser's Dave Reardon

By Dave Reardon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 04, 2013

~~<p><strong>1. Ejected<br />
</strong> &raquo; <strong>Situation</strong>: Hawaii 0, Utah State 0, 13:09 remaining, first quarter, Utah State ball, first-and-10 at own 33<br />
&raquo; <strong>The Play</strong>: Utah State QB Darell Garretson completes a pass to WR Travis Reynolds. Reynolds is tackled by S Marrell Jackson with what officials determine is head-to-head contact.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Impact</strong>: By rule Jackson is ejected for targeting an opposing player with a head-to-head hit. The appeal is denied.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Jackson</strong>: &quot;The ref made a decision, so I guess it was an illegal hit. I really can't say anything about the call. It's his call. It's the rule.&quot;<br />
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<strong>2. Bad no-call<br />
</strong> &raquo; <strong>Situation</strong>: Utah State 17, Hawaii 3, 13:23 remaining, second quarter, Hawaii ball, third-and-6 at Utah State 30<br />
&raquo; <strong>The Play</strong>: S Brian Suite intercepts Hawaii QB Sean Schroeder's pass intended for WR Chris Gant, after Gant is knocked to the ground by CB Quinton Byrd. No interference is called.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Impact</strong>: Hawaii was enjoying some rare momentum and field position after Schroeder had hooked up with Gant on a 41-yard strike three plays earlier. This tainted interception ended that. Coach Norm Chow argued with officials vehemently, but to no avail.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Chow</strong>: &quot;Ah, whatever.'&quot;<br />
<br />
<strong>3. Fake<br />
</strong> &raquo; <strong>Situation</strong>: Utah State 17, Hawaii 3, 6:41 remaining, second quarter, Hawaii ball, fourth-and-3 at own 43<br />
&raquo; <strong>The Play</strong>: Up back Marcus Langkilde gets the snap and runs the ball out of punt formation. But he gets just 1 of the 3 yards needed for a first down.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Impact</strong>: Once again Hawaii has brief momentum halted. The Aggies take over and get two more field goals before halftime.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Chow</strong>: &quot;Trying to make something happen. If he ran as hard as he did in practice we might have had a chance.&quot;<br />
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<strong>4. Third-down downer<br />
</strong> &raquo; <strong>Situation</strong>: Utah State 26, Hawaii 10, 7:26 remaining, third quarter, Utah State ball, third-and-10 at own 29<br />
&raquo; <strong>The Play</strong>: Garretson finds Reynolds wide open for a 39-yard gain.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Impact</strong>: Two plays later it's Garretson to Reynolds again, for a 30-yard TD and a 33-10 lead<br />
&raquo; <strong>Hawaii safety Charles Clay</strong>: &quot;It was killing us today. Third down was killing us and we knew it and we were trying to stop it.&quot;<br />
<br />
<strong>5. Back the other way<br />
</strong> &raquo; <strong>Situation</strong>: Utah State 33, Hawaii 10, 13:09 remaining, third quarter, Hawaii ball third-and-goal at Utah State 5<br />
&raquo; <strong>The Play</strong>: Hawaii QB Sean Schroeder's pass is intercepted by LB Kyler Fackrell at the 1 and he returns it 99 yards for a touchdown.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Impact</strong>: Hawaii had just taken over at the Aggies 4 after Tavita Woodard's interception, but Fackrell's touchdown put the game away with more than a quarter left.<br />
&raquo; <strong>Schroeder</strong>: &quot;I can't turn over the ball. We can't come away empty-handed like that. We can't have essentially a 14-point swing like that.&quot;</p>~~

1. Ejected » Situation: Hawaii 0, Utah State 0, 13:09 remaining, first quarter, Utah State ball, first-and-10 at own 33 » The Play: Utah State QB Darell Garretson completes a pass to WR Travis Reynolds. Reynolds is tackled by S Marrell Jackson with what officials determine is head-to-head contact. » Impact: By rule Jackson is ejected for targeting an opposing player with a head-to-head hit. The appeal is denied. » Jackson: "The ref made a decision, so I guess it was an illegal hit. I really can't say anything about the call. It's his call. It's the rule." 2. Bad no-call » Situation: Utah State 17, Hawaii 3, 13:23 remaining, second quarter, Hawaii ball, third-and-6 at Utah State 30 » The Play: S Brian Suite intercepts Hawaii QB Sean Schroeder's pass intended for WR Chris Gant, after Gant is knocked to the ground by CB Quinton Byrd. No interference is called. » Impact: Hawaii was enjoying some rare momentum and field position after Schroeder had hooked up with Gant on a 41-yard strike three plays earlier. This tainted interception ended that. Coach Norm Chow argued with officials vehemently, but to no avail. » Chow: "Ah, whatever.'" 3. Fake » Situation: Utah State 17, Hawaii 3, 6:41 remaining, second quarter, Hawaii ball, fourth-and-3 at own 43 » The Play: Up back Marcus Langkilde gets the snap and runs the ball out of punt formation. But he gets just 1 of the 3 yards needed for a first down. » Impact: Once again Hawaii has brief momentum halted. The Aggies take over and get two more field goals before halftime. » Chow: "Trying to make something happen. If he ran as hard as he did in practice we might have had a chance." 4. Third-down downer » Situation: Utah State 26, Hawaii 10, 7:26 remaining, third quarter, Utah State ball, third-and-10 at own 29 » The Play: Garretson finds Reynolds wide open for a 39-yard gain. » Impact: Two plays later it's Garretson to Reynolds again, for a 30-yard TD and a 33-10 lead » Hawaii safety Charles Clay: "It was killing us today. Third down was killing us and we knew it and we were trying to stop it." 5. Back the other way » Situation: Utah State 33, Hawaii 10, 13:09 remaining, third quarter, Hawaii ball third-and-goal at Utah State 5 » The Play: Hawaii QB Sean Schroeder's pass is intercepted by LB Kyler Fackrell at the 1 and he returns it 99 yards for a touchdown. » Impact: Hawaii had just taken over at the Aggies 4 after Tavita Woodard's interception, but Fackrell's touchdown put the game away with more than a quarter left. » Schroeder: "I can't turn over the ball. We can't come away empty-handed like that. We can't have essentially a 14-point swing like that."

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