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GAME DAY BLOG: Hawaii football team visits Utah State

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                                Hawaii receiver Calvin Turner Jr. (7) tries to get past Utah State safety Hunter Reynolds (27) during the first half of an NCAA college football game today in Logan, Utah.

    ELI LUCERO / THE HERALD JOURNAL VIA AP

    Hawaii receiver Calvin Turner Jr. (7) tries to get past Utah State safety Hunter Reynolds (27) during the first half of an NCAA college football game today in Logan, Utah.

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FINAL SCORE: Utah State 51, Hawaii 31

LOGAN, UTAH >> Hawaii is admittedly in a must-win mode entering today’s road game against Utah State.

The Warriors, 1-2 in league play, probably need to win their final five games of the regular season — all against Mountain West opponents — for a shot at the West Division title.

Chevan Cordeiro, who has not taken a quarterback snap the last three games, is expected to play today. Cordeiro would give UH another running threat out of their run-and-gun offense. Brayden Schager, a freshman from Dallas, is 1-2 as the starting quarterback this year.

Utah State began the season with a two-quarterback platoon early, but now Logan Bonner has taken most of the snaps. Bonner transferred from Arkansas State, where USU coach Blake Anderson worked the previous six years. Offensive coordinator Anthony Tucker was at Central Florida before joining USU this year.

Deven Thompkins entered the weekend third nationally in receiving yards.

 


>> RELATED STORY: Utah State dominates Hawaii football team in 51-31 victory

>> PHOTOS: Utah State vs. Hawaii


 


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