Hawaii vs. BYU: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Hawaii 0 BYU 47, FINAL
Taysom Hill's first start couldn't have gone much better.
BYU rolled all over Hawaii as Norm Chow made his first visit to Provo as a head coach. However, BYU beat the Warriors in somewhat non-traditional fashion as the Cougars just ran all over them.
This should help get some of the bad taste out of BYU fans mouths after the past two weeks.
Meanwhile, it's clear that Chow has a long way to go in establishing his offense in the islands.
BYU just ran all over Hawaii and the Warriors couldn't stop them. The Cougars racked up 394 yards on the ground.
That's just insane.
Meanwhile, Hawaii managed just 40 yards rushing and 148 yards of total offense. Norm Chow and the Warriors just couldn't get anything going against the block wall that is the BYU defense.
Well, that will do it for tonight. Thanks for paying attention and come back tomorrow for more football right here on Bleacher Report.
And that's it. Hawaii takes their first shutout against 1998. BYU wins handily.
Is BYU that much better or is Hawaii just really that not good?
Final thoughts coming up next.
And BYU goes for it on 4th down and doesn't come close.
I would have rather seen BYU try the field goal, but it's not like this is a close game.
Looks like BYU's going to try to get one more score for good measure.
I don't think that Bronco Mendenhall's trying to run up the score. Hawaii just can't stop the run.
Why did Hawaii call timeout on a punt?
Were they trying another fake punt? Are they thinking about going for it?
Hawaii 0 BYU 47
Lasike gets his second rushing TD of the night!
Hawaii hasn't quit, but it doesn't really matter at this point. BYU is doing whatever they want.
Looks like Lesike is a fan favorite on the internet.
Just wait. We might call another Lesike touchdown before too long.
And Hawaii goes for it on 4th and 11?
You're not going to win the game Hawaii. You might as well take that zero off the board.
Hawaii 0 BYU 40
BYU's second string continues just to roll over Hawaii as converted Rugby player Paul Lasike gets the TD.
BYU just missed its second PAT of the game. Bronco's decision to go for 2 last week is looking better and better.
And Taysom Hill's day is done and BYU brings in James Lark.
BYU has pulled much of their first string. That's where we're at.
I think I hear shouting from frustrated BYU fans:
Namely, I think they're yelling this:
WHERE WAS THIS THE LAST TWO WEEKS?
Hawaii 0 BYU 34
Yeah, this game is well out of reach for Hawaii.
The only drama left is if BYU can maintain the shutout.
Taysom Hill picks up his second passing TD to Devin Mahina.
And offensive pass interference was called against Cody Hoffman.
Still, I like the fact that they're using Hoffman.
Watching Hawaii play football makes me sad.
This team used to be a fun run and gun offense to watch. I just feel bad for them.
And now BYU is going to have to punt after Taysom Hill takes a sack.
Maybe Hawaii will try to make this game.
And Hawaii just can't move the ball on the BYU defense.
ESPN announcers are yakking away about Michigan State and Ohio State. It looks like they think that this game is already over.
They might be right.
And BYU holds on 3rd and short again.
Hawaii tries a fake punt and it fails miserably.
Not sure what the Warriors can do to get back into this game.
Hawaii has to burn a timeout on third down and short.
You see, the Warriors don't have the offensive line to just push forward for the first down against BYU. They've got to talk about this a bit more.
Personal foul BYU.
Well, I guess it was bound to happen sometime tonight.
Hawaii 0 BYU 27
It doesn't take long for BYU to convert the Hawaii fumble into points.
BYU is just dominating the poor Warriors.
OK, so the fumble holds but BYU was down at the 2-yard line.
BYU should just push it in.
And we've got a review as BYU review the field on a fumble recovered for a touchdown.
We'll see how it holds.
Needless to say, Norm Chow has a long way to go to get his offense to where he wants it.
I respect Sean Schroeder's guts, but he's not getting a lot of help. The BYU front seven are having their way with the Hawaii running game as they only managed 38 yards rushing in the first half.
The Warriors need to come out on fire just to stay in this game.
Bronco Mendenhall says that Michael Alisa has broken his right arm.
He'll be out for a good chunk of the rest of the season if he comes back at all.
Also, I'm watching out for any updates on the two Hawaii players injured tonight. Will post when I get more information.
BYU's offense is rolling, but this isn't our typical BYU offense.
After all, BYU has 88-yard rushing to 255 yards rushing. Then again, you go with what's working and right now the running game is working against the Warriors.
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