Hawaii vs. Air Force: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Air Force 21, Hawaii 7 -- Final
It certainly was not pretty, but Air Force did what it needed to do, coming out with a 21-7 victory over Hawaii.
The Warriors fell to 1-9 on the year and 0-7 in the Mountain West Conference.
Air Force improved to 6-5 overall and a rather impressive 5-2 in the Mountain West Conference.
The win propels Air Force into the Armed Forces bowl, making this the sixth straight season the Falcons will be going to a bowl game.
Here is a link to 10 things we learned tonight in the Air Force victory.
Once again thanks for following along.
Here is a box score, courtesy of ESPN.com.
Final Score: Air Force 21, Hawaii 7
Air Force runs out the clock and comes up with a victory on senior night.
The Falcons are now bowl eligible at 6-5 and are likely headed to the Armed Forces Bowl.
Hawaii drops to 1-9 on the year. For the Warriors the struggles continued on the offensive side of the ball. and the season couldn't end any sooner.
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Check back later to find a link to a postgame story.
Dexter Walker puts a huge hit on Sean Schroeder on fourth-down to put this one to bed.
That was the hardest hit of the night without question and it looks like Hawaii is going to go the entire second-half without a first down.
With a nice return, Hawaii now has the ball inside Air Force territory.
Just over three minutes remaining.
Air Force now has the ball back with just over six minutes to go and will try to bleed out the remaining seconds.
Air Force is milking the clock right now. Something the Falcons specialize in.
Hawaii is stuffed on fourth-and-two inside the 35 and the Air Force defense makes a stand that might just seal the deal in this one.
Cody Getz fumbles the handoff and gives Hawaii life as the Warriors recover at the Hawaii 43-yard line.
Sean Schroeder is now warming up for Hawaii. It is looking like he will enter on the next drive, as the Hawaii offense has stalled in the second half.
So far, the Warriors only have 25 total yards in the second half.
Air Force has the ball right now and now will continue to run the all, only do it a little slower than usual.
It's 12:02 a.m. on the East Coast and Air Force is yet to throw a pass tonight.
As the fourth quarter gets started, it does not look like the Falcons are going to need to pass the ball at all.
Air Force 21, Hawaii 7 -- End of the 3rd Quarter
Air Force 21, Hawaii 7 -- :34 left in 3rd Quarter
Wes Cobb runs it in from 2-yards out to give Air Force a seemingly insurmountable 21-7 lead. That is the second touchdown of the night for Cobb.
Rod Gilmore is now talking about Ding-Dongs, Ho-Ho's and Twinkies as his Heisman finalists.
What in the world is going on right now?
Cody Getz is having another huge day for Air Force.
After starting the season with five-straight 100-yard games, Getz has struggled in recent weeks battling injuries.
Tonight the senior has rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries.
Not enough can be said about what this Hawaii defense has been doing tonight.
The group is the second-worst in the country in points allowed, but has done an admirable job slowing down the Air Force rushing attack.
Hawaii now has the ball back nearing the end of the third quarter and still trailing 14-7.
Hawaii fumbles it right back, while going into the endzone.
Running back Joey Iosefa loses it.
This game likely would have been tied right now had he not fumbled.
That is the 29th turnover of the season for Hawaii.
Ty MacArthur muffs the punt for Air Force and Hawaii recovers.
What a game-changer that one is .
The Australian-style punts by Hawaii punter Alex Dunnachie are extremely hard to field. Like a fastball coming right at the returner.
Air Force lineman Nick Fitzgerald is injured for Air Force and being tended to on the sideline.
It looks like a shoulder injury as the training staff has popped the shoulder back into place.
Air Force 14, Hawaii 7 -- 10:43 left in 3rd Quarter
Touchdown Cody Getz!!! The 5'7" 162-pound running back bounces off a tackle at the five-yard line and dives into the end zone to give Air Force its first lead of the game.
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