Wisconsin Badgers vs. Hawaii Warriors Recap
September 26, 2015
The 22nd-ranked Wisconsin Badgers continued rolling on their unbeaten streak, stifling and shutting out the Warriors of Hawaii on Saturday in Wisconsin. The game included some significant achievements, including a solid performance by Badgers quarterback Joel Stave. Stave's performance vaulted him to third place in passing yardage for a Wisconsin quarterback, passing former Badger quarterback Brooks Bollinger. It was also a notable performance by Wisconsin running back Taiwan Deal, who ran the ball for a career high 147 yards while scoring two touchdowns. The defense did its part, with an impressive show in which it allowed three or fewer points for in a game for the first time since 1946. The last time Wisconsin allowed a touchdown to an opponent was in the fourth quarter of of its first game against Alabama. Wisconsin sacked Hawaii quarterback three times in the game.
Ohio State Buckeyes Vs. Hawaii Warriors Recap
September 12, 2015
The Ohio State Buckeyes took on the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in Columbus on Saturday. The game on paper was a complete miss match as the Warriors don't have nearly as much talent as the Buckeyes. With all that said the Buckeyes struggled most of the day. They never had a true fear of losing this game, but they were not sharp on offense and looked disorganized and disinterested in the game. Both Cardale Jones, and J.T Barrett played and played lack luster. The main star was Ezekiel Elliott who ran for 101 yards and 3 touchdowns. The OSU Defense did it's job by shutting out the Warriors and only gave up 165 total yards
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Hawaii Warriors vs. Oregon State Beavers Recap
September 6, 2014
It was 38 to 7 going into the fourth quarter during the Hawaii Warriors and Oregon State Beavers game. Oregon was dominating the game led by Quaterback Sean Mannion. He had 300 yards and 3 Touchdowns by the end of the game, 207 of the 300 were before halftime. No touchdowns, however were thrown by him the in the fourth quarter.
The fourth quarter was hard to watch if you were an Oregon State fan. All you could do was watch as Hawaii scored 16 points in a four minute stretch to start the fourth quarter. They would go on to score a total of 23 points in that quarter but would still fall 8 points short of victory.