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University of Hawaii football picked to finish 5th in Mountain West

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                                University of Hawaii football player Dior Scott bobbled a kickoff reception, Nov. 28, against the University of Nevada Wolf Pack at Aloha Stadium. The University of Hawaii football is picked to finish fifth in the Mountain West Conference’s six-team West Division, according to polling of media covering the league.

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    University of Hawaii football player Dior Scott bobbled a kickoff reception, Nov. 28, against the University of Nevada Wolf Pack at Aloha Stadium. The University of Hawaii football is picked to finish fifth in the Mountain West Conference’s six-team West Division, according to polling of media covering the league.

LAS VEGAS >> The University of Hawaii football is picked to finish fifth in the Mountain West Conference’s six-team West Division, according to polling of media covering the league.

The Rainbow Warriors, who finished 5-4 in Todd Graham’s first UH season as head coach, received 56 points from the panel of 25 voters. The poll was announced at this morning’s Mountain West Football Media Days.

Nevada was picked to win the West Division. The Wolf Pack received 19 first-place votes and 141 points.

Boise State was selected as the top team in the Mountain Division.

West Division

1. Nevada — 141 points (19 No. 1 votes)

2. San Jose State — 121 (5)

3. San Diego State — 96

4. Fresno State — 85 (1)

5. Hawaii — 55

6. UNLV 26

Mountain Division

1. Boise State — 148 (23)

2. Wyoming — 114 (2)

3. Air Force — 104

4. Colorado State — 72

5. Utah State — 47

6. New Mexico — 39

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