Predictions, in-game blog: Hawaii vs. San Jose State

November 20th, 2010

I’m saying Hawaii 45, San Jose State 14.

I’d like to see the Warriors get a big enough lead so that they can start getting some players they’ll be counting on for next season some serious game-time experience. There will be plenty of turnover after this season.

Sound off with your predictions.


Latest report on Colt Brennan  is that he was in stable condition at Queen’s this morning.


I can’t remember a more exciting high school football game than the state semifinal between Waianae and Mililani last night.

27 Responses to “Predictions, in-game blog: Hawaii vs. San Jose State”

  1. dakaneohei:

    Hawaii 56, San Jose State 6

  2. satch:

    This will be a much closer game than people expect as you look at the strength of schedule of both teams and San Jose will definitely give Hawaii a run for their money but San Jose will tire in the latter stages of the 3rd Qtr. and 4th Qtr. due to the no. of freshman players playing and therefore Hawaii will prevail with a final score of 38 – 27.

  3. mac fan:

    Warriors 70 San Jose State 10

  4. bueller555:


  5. Yan:

    Who cares! When UH plays a real team they get killed.

  6. dreardon:

    Moniz to Pollard, 39 yard touchdown pass. UH leads SJSU 7-0 at 8:22 of first. UH didn’t have a first down until two plays prior when Moniz hit Salas for 18.

  7. dreardon:

    Big hit by Falemalu on the blindside for a 16 yard loss.

  8. dreardon:

    Aaron Brown scored on a pick six. UH could’ve had two other ints in the first half.

  9. dreardon:

    Moniz to Salas for 47 sets up Alex Green 3-yard TD. UH leads 24-7 at 4:49 of second.

  10. dreardon:

    BJ Penn beat Matt Hughes in 20 seconds.

  11. dreardon:

    Fifth sack for UH defense in first half … high for any game this season.

  12. dreardon:

    Aaron Brown with another pick …

  13. dreardon:

    Enos kicks a 22-yard field goal on the last play of the first half. UH leads 27-7

  14. dreardon:

    Moniz to Salas for 26 yards and a TD. Hawaii leads 34-7 with 3:18 left in the third quarter.

  15. 11on11:

    Nice victory. But . . .

  16. locomoco:

    Where were the students tonight? Their section was empty. Did the buses forget to go to UH?

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