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Hawaii football runs out of gas in 34-17 loss at Nevada

After staying competitive for nearly three quarters, the University of Hawaii football team ran out of gas late in a 34-17 loss at Nevada on Saturday. The Rainbow Warriors trailed 20-17 at halftime but were outscored 14-0 in the second half after losing the turnover battle 5-0. All the latest...
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Nevada vs. Hawaii live stream online, prediction, channel, watch on CBS Sports Network

Another action-packed slate of college football is underway on CBS Sports Network, starting with two games on Friday night and four scheduled for Saturday in what amounts to an all-day gridiron marathon in Week 7 of the 2021 season. Conference title races are heating up, as are the hot seats for some coaches. This weekend will go a long way toward sorting out some of those storylines.
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Turnovers, second half slump sink Hawaii in 34-17 loss to Nevada

In what appeared to be the toughest remaining game on Hawaii’s schedule, the Warriors faltered on Saturday evening in a 34-17 loss to the Carson Strong-led Nevada Wolf Pack. Coming off a bye week in which Hawaii enjoyed a victory over formerly 18th-ranked Fresno State, a win aided by winning the turnover margin emphatically, Nevada flipped the script on Hawaii and won the turnover battle 5-0. Frankly, Hawaii was fortunate to only lose 34-17 considering the massive gap in turnover margin.
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Hawaii football falls to Nevada, 34-17 in Reno

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - It was a tough night in Reno for the University of Hawaii football team, falling to Nevada 34-17 despite a hot first half. A chilly night in Reno with temperatures dipping into the 50′s at kick off, the Wolf Pack getting the ball to start the game — the ‘Bows holding them to a field goal.
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Turnovers spoil Hawaii football team’s effort against Nevada

In a desert city that is 4,505 feet above sea level, the University of Hawaii football team was left high and dry. You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story. Print subscriber...
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Hawaii quarterback Chevan Cordeiro just wasn’t ready to go against Nevada

University of Hawaii coach Todd Graham said he had planned to craft a role for quarterback Chevan Cordeiro in Saturday’s road game against Nevada. You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story.
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Live blog: Hawaii at Nevada

After a bye week, the University of Hawaii football team returns to the field to take on Nevada for a crucial Mountain West matchup. KHON2 will provide live updates of the game between the Rainbow Warriors and the Wolf Pack. Nevada 34, Hawaii 17, Final. 8:10: Hawaii can’t get another...
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5 turnovers doom Hawaii football team in 34-17 loss to Nevada

Nevada’s Toa Taua rushed for two touchdowns and the Wolf Pack forced five Hawaii turnovers to beat the Rainbow Warriors 34-17 tonight at Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nev. Junior Carson Strong threw for 395 yards and two touchdowns for the Wolf Pack (5-1, 2-0 Mountain West), who lost the previous two meetings against the Rainbow Warriors (3-4, 1-2).
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OIA football returns to Hawaii for first time in nearly two years

OIA football teams took the field across the island of Oahu for official games for the first time in almost two years on Friday. Four OIA football games took place on Friday night. The results are below:. All the latest sports news from Hawaii’s sports station. Kahuku 41, Kapolei 7.
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Hawaii at Nevada: Wolf Pack 'hasn't forgotten' 54-3 blowout loss in Warriors' last visit

Although they might like to, Nevada’s coaching staff and players won’t be forgetting Sept. 28, 2019, anytime soon. The Wolf Pack hit a low point that night under head coach Jay Norvell, stumbling through a thoroughly noncompetitive 54-3 loss to visiting Hawaii on a cold, rainy night at Mackay Stadium. It was Nevada’s worst loss in the modern era of the stadium.
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