Rainbow Warriors Begin Two-Game Road Trip At Utah State
UH (0-7, 0-5 MW), which dropped its seventh consecutive game with a 35-28 defeat to Colorado State last week in Honolulu, will then fly to the east coast to play a non-conference game at Navy, Nov. 9 in Annapolis, Md.
For the third time in the last four games, Hawai'i had a chance to win or tie the game on its final possession, however, its Hail Mary attempt fell incomplete. The Rainbow Warriors rallied from a 35-17 halftime deficit, shutting out the Rams in the second half, and scoring 11 points late in the fourth quarter to force the dramatic ending.
Thus, UH is off to its worst start since its winless 1998 campaign and are assured of a losing record for the third consecutive season. Its current seven-game losing streak marks the second straight year the team has strung together a losing streak of that length and is tied for the third longest in school history.
Utah State (4-4, 3-1) was idle last week and enters the contest 3-1 in its inaugural season in the Mountain West and are coming off a 45-10 victory at New Mexico two weeks ago.
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