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GAMEDAY BLOG: Poor start dooms University of Hawaii in 45-27 loss to Oregon State

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                                Hawaii running back Calvin Turner Jr. slips a tackle by Oregon State outside linebacker Andrzej Hughes-Murray during the first half of an NCAA football game tonight in Corvallis, Ore.

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    Hawaii running back Calvin Turner Jr. slips a tackle by Oregon State outside linebacker Andrzej Hughes-Murray during the first half of an NCAA football game tonight in Corvallis, Ore.

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                                An overview of Reser Stadium, where Hawaii faces Oregon State today at 5 p.m. Hawaii time.

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    An overview of Reser Stadium, where Hawaii faces Oregon State today at 5 p.m. Hawaii time.

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SCORE: Oregon State 45, Hawaii 27

CORVALLIS, ORE. >> The University of Hawaii football team was back on the road against another Pac-12 team in today’s nationally televised game against Oregon State at Reser Stadium.

The Rainbow Warriors are now 1-2 after losing 45-27 to the Beavers for their third straight loss against a Pac-12 school. The Beavers (1-1) lost to Purdue in their season-opener last week in Indiana before avenging a 2019 loss to UH.

The Warriors were seeking to replicate their uptempo offensive pace of last week’s first half when they averaged 22.6 seconds between snaps in racing to a 35-7 lead.

The Warriors were without field cornerback Cameron Lockridge for the first half. Lockridge was ejected for helmet-to-helmet contact on a Portland State receiver in the third quarter. His punishment carried over to the first two quarters of this game. Georgia transfer Hugh Nelson II made his first career start in Lockridge’s absence.

The Beavers started Chance Nolan at quarterback.

The game began at 5 p.m. Hawaii time. Check back for updates.

 


>> RELATED STORY: University of Hawaii can’t overcome slow start in loss to Oregon State


 

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