Nevada runs back Toa Taua tries to break Hawaiian defenses in first quarter.
Hawaii’s Eugene Ford gets out of hand in the first half by Nevada’s Tyson Williams.
Taua, a running back who took the snap as a wild quarterback, faked a handover and then slid around the left side at 2:28 pm to play.
But Nevada wants to open the final quarter. The current drive was reinforced by a late hit on quarterback Carson Strong.
UH goes 99 yards, the final four, by running Miles Reed back so a TD can extend his 3:20 lead to 17-7 in the third quarter.
The ride was kept alive when defender Berdale Robins was called out of game for a face mask injury.
Nevada with Romeo Doubs stepped up as national leader in yards per reception. But with the Warriors in a two high security coverage that resulted in duplicate teams, Doubs had no pass in the first half.
Nevada’s Carson Strong is 70 yards long 12 against 14. Toa Taua, who switches between running back and Wildcat QB, has won 73 yards.
At a pet game, Cole Turner of Nevada ran a corner route on the left, flew to the catch and stuck the landing with his right foot for the TD and a 7-3 lead with 2:57 stuck the first half.
The Warriors score the first goal of Matthew Shipley’s 31-yard field goal with 10:11 in the first half.
Shipley’s FG limits a 14-minute 80-yard ride over 5 minutes and 29 seconds. The key game was Chevan Cordeiro’s 19-yard pass for Calvin Turner in third and fourth places off the Nevada 38.
Nevada, which started with the nation’s fourth best passing game, played 14 of 19 games.
The Warriors won the coin toss for the fifth time in a row and again decided to postpone the decision until the second half.
Nevada faces 5-0 on Mount West today in a shortened eight-game season in which the odds determine the finalists for the title.
For the Warriors, it’s a chance to get a two-game defeat that brought them down to 2-3.
For the wolf pack, there is the painful memory of last season’s meeting. The warriors won 54-3 to ruin the pack’s homecoming.
« This is a team we didn’t play well a year ago, » said Nevada coach Jay Norvell. “Our performance was embarrassing to say the least. That’s why we’ve been looking forward to this game for some time. ”
> Nevada with Romeo Doubs is the national leader at 161. Received 3 yards per game. The average distance for his eight TD catches is 41. 7 meters.
> Do you remember Doug Jolley? During his NFL career, he was known for his blocking and safe hands. Cole Turner has drawn comparisons with Jolley. Turner is 6-7, 240 pounds, and crisp on the 7 route, a deep corner pattern.
Nevada quarterback Carson Strong has a strong arm. But he’s not particularly mobile. Find the warriors to bring the heat up.
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