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Warrior Scorebook

By Star-Advertiser staff

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UH (6-2) 7 7 17 14 45
USU (2-5) 0 7 0 0 7

Up Next: Idaho
5:30 p.m. Saturday Aloha Stadium
UH leads series 8-2

 

FIRST PERIOD

HAWAII Alex Green 2 run (Scott Enos kick), 4:40
» Drive: 12 plays, 91 yards, 7:36 elapsed time.
» Key plays: Green 19-yard run. Greg Salas 13-yard pass from Bryant Moniz on 3rd and 2 puts ball on USU 41. Chizzy Dimude 12-yard run. Salas 24-yard pass from Moniz following UH offensive pass interference penalty. Kealoha Pilares 10-yard pass from Moniz.
» Score: Hawaii 7, Utah State 0

 

SECOND PERIOD

UTAH STATE Diondre Borel 35 run (Peter Caldwell kick), 14:50
» Drive: 6 plays, 71 yards, 1:55 elapsed time.
» Key plays: Austin Alder 14-yard pass from Borel.
» Score: Hawaii 7, Utah State 7

HAWAII Green 17 run (Enos kick), 9:27
» Drive: 12 plays, 59 yards, 5:16 elapsed time.
» Key plays: Pilares 12-yard pass from Moniz on 3rd and 12 puts ball on USU 49. USU 10-yard holding penalty on 3rd and 10 gives UH first down at USU 39. Pilares 8-yard pass from Moniz on 3rd and 8 gives UH first down on USU 29. Salas 4-yard pass from Moniz on 3rd and 2 puts ball on USU 17.
» Score: Hawaii 14, Utah State 7

 

THIRD PERIOD

HAWAII David Graves 6 fumble return (Enos kick), 9:22
» Key plays: USU punter Peter Caldwell fumbles snap on 4th and 10 from USU 25. John Hardy-Tuliau tackles Caldwell.
» Score: Hawaii 21, Utah State 7

HAWAII Green 36 run (Enos kick), 8:30
» Drive: 1 play, 36 yards, 0:08 elapsed time.
» Key plays: Corey Paredes intercepts Borel pass at USU 36.
» Score: Hawaii 28, Utah State 7

HAWAII Enos 22-yard field goal, 2:14
» Drive: 10 plays, 74 yards, 5:08 elapsed time.
» Key plays: Rodney Bradley 36-yard pass from Moniz. Pilares 19-yard pass from Moniz on 3rd and 5 puts ball on USU 8.
» Score: Hawaii 31, Utah State 7

 

FOURTH PERIOD

HAWAII Greg Salas 18 pass from Bryant Moniz (Enos kick), 14:23
» Drive: 5 plays, 72 yards, 1:48 elapsed time. » Key plays: Salas 13-yard pass from Moniz. Salas 20-yard pass from Moniz. Pilares 24-yard pass from Moniz puts ball on USU 18. » Score: Hawaii 38, Utah State 7

HAWAII Green 60 run (Enos kick), 11:07
» Drive: 3 plays, 80 yards, 1:10 elapsed time.
» Key plays: Bradley 13-yard pass from Moniz.
» Score: Hawaii 45, Utah State 7

 

TEAM STATISTICS

  HAWAII UTAH STATE
FIRST DOWNS 29 11
Rushing 8 4
Passing 17 7
Penalty 4 0
NET YARDS RUSHING 216 58
Rushing attempts 29 35
Average per rush 7.4 1.7
Rushing touchdowns 4 1
Yards gained rushing 228 126
Yards lost rushing 12 68
NET YARDS PASSING 389 123  
Completions-Attempts-Int 25-43-2 10-26-2
Average per attempt 9.0 4.7
Average per completion 15.6 12.3
Passing touchdowns 1 0
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 605 181
Total offensive plays 72 61
Average gain per play 8.4 3.0
Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties: Number-Yards 6-54 6-59
PUNTS-YARDS 5-161 10-435
Average yards per punt 32.2 43.5
Net yards per punt 32.2 37.2
Inside 20 1 3
50-plus yards 0 3
Touchbacks 0 2
Fair catch 1 0
KICKOFF-YARDS 8-460 2-128
Average yards per kickff 57.5 64.0
Net yards per kickoff 36.2 35.0
Touchbacks 1 0
Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 3-23-0 0-0-0
Average per return 7.7 0.0
Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD 2-58-0 7-150-0
Average per return 29.0 21.4
Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD 2-0-0 2-0-0
Fumbles returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-6-1 0-0-0
Miscellaneous yards 0 0
Possession time 33:28 26:32
First Quarter 9:47 5:13
Second Quarter 8:15 6:45
Third Quarter 8:25 6:35
Fourth Quarter 7:01 7:59
Third-down conversions 6 of 12 1 of 12
Fourth-down conversions 0 of 0 0 of 1
Red-zone scores-chances 4-5 0-0
Touchdowns 3-5 0-0
Field goals 1-5 0-0
Sacks by: Number-Yards 1-5 1-7
PAT kicks 6-6 1-1
Field goals 1-1 0-0

 

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

HAWAII
  TACKLES
PLAYER SOLO AST T
Corey Paredes 4 6 10
Lametrius Davis 5 1 6
Mana Silva 2 4 6
Jeramy Bryant 5 0 5
Aaron Brown 3 2 5
Kamalu Umu 3 1 4
Richard Torres 3 1 4
Mana Lolotai 2 2 4
Haku Correa 1 2 3
Zach Masch 1 2 3
Kawika Ornellas 1 1 2
Paipai Falemalu 1 1 2
Elliott Purcell 0 2 2
Kaniela Tuipulotu 1 0 1
Kenny Estes 1 0 1
David Graves 1 0 1
Lewis Walker 0 1 1
Vaughn Meatoga 0 1 1
John Hardy-Tuliau 0 1 1

 

UTAH STATE
  TACKLES
PLAYER SOLO AST T
Kyle Gallagher 4 4 8
W. McClenton 3 3 6
Bobby Wagner 2 4 6
Chris Randle 4 0 4
Curtis Marsh 4 0 4
Chris Harris 4 0 4
Alfred Bowden 2 2 4
Sean Enesi 0 4 4
Quinton Byrd 2 1 3
Rajric Coleman 1 2 3
C. Sanders 2 0 2
Nevin Lawson 2 0 2
Joey Schrader 2 0 2
Jason Fanaika 1 1 2
Junior Keiaho 1 1 2
Quinn Garner 1 0 1
M. Dinka-Mba 1 0 1
McKade Brady 1 0 1
Levin Koskan 1 0 1

TACKLES FOR LOSS-YARDS -- Hawaii, Torres 1-19, Umu 3-9, Falemalu 1.5-5, Masch 1-5, Brown 1-4, Lolotai 0.5-4, Davis 1-2, Paredes 1-1. Utah State, Koskan 1-7, Brady 1-1, Keiaho 0.5-1, Wagner 0.5-0.
SACKS-YARDS -- Hawaii, Masch 1-5. Utah State, Koskan 1-7.
INTERCEPTIONS -- Hawaii, Paredes 2-0. Utah State, Marsh 1-0, Coleman 1-0.
PASS BREAKUPS -- Hawaii, Silva 2, Brown 2, Davis 1, Bryant 1, Umu 1, Correa 1, Tuipulotu 1. Utah State, Keiaho 2, Gallagher 1, Marsh 1, Sanders 1, R. Stewart 1.
QUARTERBACK HURRIES -- Hawaii, None. Utah State, Gallagher 1, Fanaika 1.
fumble recoveries-yards -- Hawaii, Graves 1-6.

 

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE STATISTICS

HAWAII
RUSHING NO. GAIN LOSS NET TD LG AVG.
Alex Green 14 172 0 172 4 60 12.3
Chizzy Dimude 8 34 2 32 0 12 4.0
Shane Austin 1 9 0 9 0 9 9.0
Brent Rausch 1 4 0 4 0 4 4.0
Bryant Moniz 3 9 7 2 0 8 0.7
TEAM 2 0 3 -3 0 0 -1.5
Totals 29 228 12 216 4 60 7.4
PASSING COMP.-ATT.-INT. YDS. TD LG SACK
Bryant Moniz 25-41-2 389 1 56 1
Brent Rausch 0-2-0 0 0 0 0  
Totals 25-43-2 389 1 56 1
RECEIVING NO. GAIN TD LG
Greg Salas 9 158 1 35
Kealoha Pilares 7 98 0 24
Alex Green 4 24 0 18
Rodney Bradley 3 105 0 56
Royce Pollard 2 4 0 3
Totals 25 389 1 56
PUNTING NO. YDS. AVG. LG In20 TB
Alex Dunnachie 5 161 32.2 46 1 0
Totals 5 161 32.2 46 1 0
ALL RETURNS PUNTS KICKOFFS INTERCEPT
  No. Yds. Lg No. Yds. Lg No. Yds. Lg
Ryan Henry 3 23 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dustin Blount 0 0 0 2 58 29 0 0 0
Corey Paredes 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Totals 3 23 15 2 28 29 2 0 0
ALL PURPOSE RUSH RCV KR PR TOTAL
Alex Green 172 24 0 0 196
Greg Salas 0 158 0 0 158
Rodney Bradley 0 105 0 0 105
Kealoha Pilares 0 98 0 0 98

UTAH STATE
RUSHING NO. GAIN LOSS NET TD LG AVG.
K. Williams 7 40 1 39 0 14 5.6
D. Speight 11 26 3 23 0 9 2.1
R. Marshall 2 16 0 16 0 13 8.0
Joey DeMartino 1 3 0 3 0 3 3.0
Diondre Borel 12 41 42 -1 1 35 -0.1
Jeremy Higgins 1 0 3 -3 0 0 -3.0
Peter Caldwell 1 0 19 -19 0 0 -19.0
Totals 35 126 68 58 1 35 1.7
PASSING COMP.-ATT.-INT. YDS. TD LG SACK
Diondre Borel 7-23-2 99 0 34 1
Jeremy Higgins 2-2-0 10 0 9 0
Austin Alder 1-1-0 14 0 14 0
Totals 10-26-2 123 0 34 1  
RECEIVING NO. GAIN TD LG
Dontel Watkins 3 59 0 34
K. Bartlett 2 22 0 14
Diondre Borel 1 14 0 14
Eric Moats 1 11 0 11
T. Van Leeuwen 1 9 0 9
Mikhail Morgan 1 7 0 7
K. Williams 1 1 0 1
Totals 10 123 0 34
PUNTING NO. YDS. AVG. LG In20 TB
Peter Caldwell 10 435 43.5 66 3 2
Totals 10 435 43.5 66 3 2
ALL RETURNS PUNTS KICKOFFS INTERCEPT
  No. Yds. Lg No. Yds. Lg No. Yds. Lg
K. Bartlett 0 0 0 1 6 6 0 0 0
K. Williams 0 0 0 4 114 38 0 0 0
Curtis Marsh 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Rajric Colemen 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
D.J. Tialavea 0 0 0 2 30 16 0 0 0
Totals 0 0 0 7 150 38 2 0 0

 

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

  Conference Overall
  W L PF PA W L PF PA  
Hawaii 4 0 162 76 6 2 308 191
Boise State 2 0 107 0 6 0 285 74
Fresno State 3 1 134 101 5 2 238 187
Louisiana Tech 2 1 93 82 3 4 164 186
Nevada 1 1 56 40 6 1 279 140
Idaho 1 1 72 62 4 3 231 156
Utah State 0 3 37 110 2 5 137 215
New Mexico State 0 3 24 129 1 6 87 268
San Jose State 0 3 31 116 1 7 80 272

Today
Hawaii 45, Utah State 7
Idaho 37, New Mexico State 14
Fresno State 33, San Jose State 18

 

HAWAII SCHEDULE

An asterisk denotes Western Athletic Conference game; All times listed are Hawaii

Date Opponent Location Time/result
Sept. 2 Southern California Aloha Stadium L, 49-36
Sept. 11 at Army Michie Stadium, West Point, N.Y. W, 31-28
Sept. 18 at Colorado Folsom Field, Boulder, Colo. L, 31-13
Sept. 25 Charleston Southern Aloha Stadium W, 66-7
Oct. 2 Louisiana Tech* Aloha Stadium W, 42-21
Oct. 9 at Fresno State* Bulldog Stadium, Fresno, Calif. W, 49-27
Oct. 16 Nevada* Aloha Stadium W, 27-21
Oct. 23 at Utah State* Romney Stadium, Logan, Utah W, 45-7
Oct. 30 Idaho* (Homecoming) Aloha Stadium 5:30 p.m.
Nov. 6 at Boise State* Bronco Stadium, Boise, Idaho 8 a.m.
Nov. 20 San Jose State* Aloha Stadium 5:30 p.m.
Nov. 27 at New Mexico State* Aggie Memorial, Las Cruces, N.M. 10 a.m.
Dec. 4 UNLV Aloha Stadium 5:30 p.m.

 

Bowl invite nears

LOGAN, Utah » Thanks to yesterday's 45-7 blowout of Utah State, the University of Hawaii can lock up its earliest Sheraton Hawaii Bowl invitation with a victory over Idaho this Saturday.

The earliest previous invite to the Warriors went out Nov. 2, 2002, the first year of the game. UH was 10-3 in the regular season that year.

Yesterday's win over the Aggies gave UH a 6-2 record (4-0 WAC), leaving the Warriors one game from bowl eligibility, which they can secure with a homecoming win at Aloha Stadium.

Hawaii Bowl officials said they will attend the game.

"The Warriors are proving to be one of the most exciting teams in college football this season," said David A.K. Matlin, executive director of the bowl. "Daryl Garvin (associate executive director) and myself plan to be at the UH-Idaho game in an official capacity representing the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. We look forward to watching Coach (Greg) McMackin and the Warriors compete for bowl eligibility."

"We have a chance to do it (get the bid) during our homecoming, which is a big opportunity," said defensive lineman Kaniela Tuipulotu.

UH could have received a Hawaii Bowl bid Oct. 27 in the 2007 season, but with the Warriors undefeated at 8-0 and chasing a Bowl Championship Series berth, the Hawaii Bowl held off. UH had to win eight games to be bowl eligible in 2007 because two of them were against Division I-AA opponents and only one may be counted toward bowl eligibility.

"We really want to get that seventh win (for bowl eligibility) as soon as possible," McMackin said. "Last year we didn't get it and I felt so bad about that. So we want to get it as early as we can. That's one of our goals. And we want to win as many as we can."

 

Circus grab for Salas

Senior slotback Greg Salas said his one-handed touchdown reception in the fourth quarter yesterday wasn't even in his top five of career grabs.

The 18-yard reception that drew a buzz even from the partisan Aggies crowd and produced a reception line of handshakes from UH teammates "wasn't that far up there (among his best)," Salas said. "I've done better in practice."

"He did better in our living room," said his brother Danny, who was in the stands.

"Yeah, I used to do it at home with the football, break things and get in trouble," Greg said.

The catch made up for a rare drop in the third quarter.

"I thought I had it (in the third quarter), but it slipped right through my hands," Salas said. "I hope that (touchdown) made up for it. Coach Mack said it did, so, then, I guess it did."

Salas, who had nine receptions for 158 yards, has caught a pass in 35 consecutive games dating to his sophomore season. And, after being held without a score in his first three games this year, Salas has eight TDs in the last five games.

 

Graves makes play

When David Graves signed with UH as a quarterback in February, who knew that his first points scored for the Warriors would come on a fumble recovery on special teams?

"Not me," Graves said. "I really didn't think that's where my first touchdown would be."

But as a fourth-string quarterback and a freshman, "I just wanted to do whatever I could to help the team, and the coaches said they'd try me on special teams."

So, when Utah State punter Peter Caldwell fumbled after a hit by John Hardy-Tuliau, Graves instinctively grabbed it and ran the 6 yards for the score that began UH's decisive 17-point third quarter.

"We had a block on, we were rushing and when John Hardy tackled him it (the ball) popped right into my stomach," Graves said. "It was perfect. My only thought was: 'end zone!'"

Graves had a touchdown pass against Charleston Southern, but this was his first visit to the end zone.

"I call him my utility guy," McMackin said.

 

Henry injures knee

Punt returner Ryan Henry suffered a knee injury and his status will be evaluated upon the team's return to Honolulu today.

Offensive lineman Brett Leonard will also have a knee examined at home.

 

UH seeks attention

After the victory over Utah State, UH sports information officials sent out an e-mail to poll voters seeking support for the team.

UH received eight votes in the Associated Press media poll last week and nine in the USA Today coaches' poll.

 

Olsen gets recognized

Prior to the game USU unveiled a larger-than-life bronze statue of its most celebrated alum, the late NFL Hall of Famer Merlin Olsen.

Olsen, who was a two-way performer for the Aggies from 1959 to 1961 and winner of the Outland Trophy in 1961, died in March. The statue is 25 percent larger than Olsen, who stood 6 feet, 4 inches, and shows him in full uniform holding a helmet under his arms.

—Ferd Lewis / flewis@staradvertiser.com






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