While Hawaii's Joey Iosefa was pounding away for his 219 rushing yards, UNLV's Peni Vea and Tau Lotulelei were on the other end, receiving the blows. Vea and Lotulelei, two of six Hawaii-grown players on the Rebels roster, wound up on the losing end. Story »
Punahou left everything on the turf. The Buffanblu lost right tackle Derek Nishimoto in the midst of their comeback attempt. Defensive end Canton Kaumatule limped back onto the field after an in-game injury. Story »
McKenzie Milton is as efficient with words as he is with passes. So it's just fine that his big-play target, Kalakaua Timoteo, unveiled the secret behind Mililani's relentlessly fast, mad-bombing offense. Story »
Brian Burrell passed for 313 yards and accounted for five touchdowns in Fresno State's 40-20 win at Nevada on Saturday night. Burrell ran for 56 yards and a score as the Bulldogs (5-6, 4-3) kept their Mountain West Conference championship hopes alive on Nevada's Senior Night. Story »
Marcus Mariota got his curtain call at Autzen Stadium. With the 44-10 victory already in hand Saturday against Colorado, No. 3 Oregon sent its Heisman-hopeful quarterback out for the first snap of the fourth quarter. Story »
Hawaii coach Benjy Taylor did some fishing after Friday night's Pitt stop on Maui. "(The players) were thinking and talking about it a little too much. To be honest, we had to get them reeled in a little bit," Taylor said Saturday. Story »
It's the stuffs postseason hopes are made of. Make that 19.5 stuffs. Hawaii, the top blocking team in Big West volleyball, blocked out the upset bid by Cal Poly on Saturday night, pulling out a 21-25, 25-22, 25-12, 25-16 victory at Mott Gym in San Luis Obispo, Calif.
Chaminade's campus sits atop a knoll on the outskirts of Honolulu, its walkways and common areas splashed with kaleidoscopes of tropical flowers. The towering hotels and famous sands of Waikiki Beach are below, just a few miles away. Story »
Manny Pacquiao got the big knockdowns he so desperately craved, battering Chris Algieri around the ring at will on his way to a decision win in one of the most lopsided welterweight title fights imaginable. Story »
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Questions, questions, questions: UNLV coach Bobby Hauck sounded off on a handful of them on a night when his face was as red as his shirt. Such as: How could Hawaii get off the penultimate play in four seconds in a remarkable 37-35 comeback victory as time expired? Story »
Some will call it luck. Some will say the timer deserves the game ball. And some will remind us that UNLV is a very lousy football team. But in the end it didn't matter on senior night for the University of Hawaii. Story »
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