Hawaii Bowl live blog

December 24th, 2010
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I’m headed out the door to the stadium. Hopefully I’ll have time to make a stop for the last two Christmas gifts.

If you’re at the game today, check out the booth for Davone Bess’ All-Star Luau, a benefit for the American Cancer Society. It will be January 27, 2011 at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel.

64 Responses to “Hawaii Bowl live blog”

  1. Dave Reardon:

    Tulsa defense strikes first: Cornelius Arnick picks off Moniz, runs 52 yards to the UH 3. Hurricane scores on next .


  2. Dave Reardon:

    Kealoha Pilares is hurt, may be out for the game with a knee injury, per 1420 am radio report


  3. Dave Reardon:

    Another Tulsa pick … this one in the end zone after UH drove to the 7. Linebacker Tyler Antie with the grab.


  4. Dave Reardon:

    Moniz sacked for a loss of 12. Tyrunn Walker and his mates came to play. Moniz is down.


  5. Dave Reardon:

    Moniz walks off after a few minutes. Shane Austin in the game.


  6. Dave Reardon:

    Huge break for Hawaii … Aaron Brown knocks the ball out of Tulsa receiver’s hands and out of end zone … UH ball.


  7. Dave Reardon:

    Arnick with a sack of Moniz. Now Dunnachie punts 8 yards to the Hawaii 17.


  8. Dave Reardon:

    Silva with a sack and Tulsa settles for Fitzpatrick’s field goal. Hurricane 10, Warriors 0, 1:29 left in first


  9. Dave Reardon:

    Shane Austin has returned to the game.


  10. Dave Reardon:

    ND FIRST Q: Tulsa 10, Hawaii 0


  11. Dave Reardon:

    Shane Austin keeps for a 1-yard TD.


  12. Dave Reardon:

    Arnick with yet another pick, this one off Moniz who returned to the game. That’s 4 and we’re not even halfway through the second quarter.


  13. satch:

    What a pathetic disgusting, and embarrassing display of Rainbow football once again proving that Hawaii doesn’t belong on the national stage…..way…way far from it. I don’t want to hear any excuses about lack of practice time and blah…blah..blah….


  14. Dave Reardon:

    Back to back sacks by Falemalu and Masch. Tulsa faces third and 28.


  15. Dave Reardon:

    Greg Salas just moved up a few notches in the draft on that series. That TD catch was a tough one he made look somewhat easy.


  16. Dave Reardon:

    the first half mercifully ends. Six turnovers for Hawaii. Warriors are lucky to be trailing by only 13. If the defense wasn’t playing so well they’d be out of this game already.

    Right after we praise Salas, he fumbles the punt. Lucky it cost his team just 3 points.


  17. Dave Reardon:

    Salas with the TD reception and UH is right back in the game, 27-21, early third quarter.


  18. Dave Reardon:

    Kinne to Jameel Owens TD. Tulsa 34, Hawaii 21, 6:57 left third quarter.


  19. Dave Reardon:

    Moniz to Miah Ostrowski down the right sideline for 54 yards to the Tulsa 1. Wonder if he’ll play bball tomorrow?
    Green punches it in from the 1. 34-28. Shootout developing.


  20. Dave Reardon:

    Damaris Johnson 67 yards down the right sideline. Tulsa’s lead back to 41-28.


  21. Dave Reardon:

    Kinne with a beautiful long pass and catch to Thomas Roberson for 47 yards. Tulsa 48, Hawaii 28. 3:12 left, third quarter.


  22. Dave Reardon:

    John Flanders with his second interception, but it’s under review.


  23. Dave Reardon:

    After review, it is ruled the ball hit the ground. Hawaii retains possession.


  24. Dave Reardon:

    END THIRD QUARTER: Tulsa 48, Hawaii 28


  25. Dave Reardon:

    Johnson fumbles into the hands of Richard Torres … Hawaii ball at own 44.


  26. Dave Reardon:

    Moniz to Pollard … 33 yards, TD. Tulsa 48, Hawaii 35 with 9:27 left in game


  27. Dave Reardon:

    Kinne to Trae Johnson for 62 yards to the Hawaii 4


  28. bud:

    UH secondary is the weakest link. Jury still out on Arnada. Mac should get a deal similar to the Fresno coach, extension but cut in base pay and based on performance.


  29. popoman - aka Rick:

    Open comment to UH Foot: QB Moniz could not figure what color Tulsa and Hawaii were wearing. Have watched and participated in football since 1949 and never saw so many interceptions and turnovers resulting in scores ! Pop Warner excluded. Hopefully “kala” was not the factor!

    WR Salas did the best he could and will be in the first or second round in this coming NFL Draft!
    One of 3 top receivers in the Nation. Hopefully Moniz kept his job delivering Pizzas. No chance for the pros even as a walk-on. Thought UH Hawaii had more heart and pride than what they displayed on National TV. Turned it off after the first half and watched the late Sports News on the final result!

    Local boy retired on the mainland. Awe!…….


  30. hanalulu:

    sorry guys, you cant compete against any team on espn


  31. kev-1:

    I don’t care how anyone wants to justify it or what Coach Mack says. What you saw on the field was one team that was prepared and another that wasnt. Next time, take advantage of the time you have to practice. It was clear a long time ago that UH took Tulsa too lightly and they paid for it on national TV. How embarrassing.


  32. Thomas:

    Will McMackin and this second rate coaching staff ever learn that they have to actually PREPARE when playing in a bowl game? That playing in a team in bowl requires a greater focus and game planning then preparing to play New Mexico State? Its the same old story every time UH plays on a nationally televised game.

    This entire football program thinks that because they beat up on the bottom feeders of the WAC that they are truly the 24th best program in the nation. The level of arrogance is amazing. They brag about their offense and how they can tear up Utah State’s defense, but when they actually play a decent team, they choke and crumble. And once again, the entire nation sees them for what they are. Frauds. Unprepared. Chokers. Losers.


  33. satch:

    Re: Thomas concerns and blog: Couldn’t have said it any better! All this nonsense about Rolovich and Aranda as outstanding coordinators and what a great job Mack did etc. is nothing but @#$%> . Tulsa is not even a great team and yet, they showed Hawaii exactly what kind of football team UH is…….its a good thing Hawaii did not play in last yrs. Aloha Bowl because SMU would have totally embarrassed Hawaii as much as Tulsa did this year. Yup, Hawaii was definitely outcoached, outmanned, outplayed in every aspect of the game. Hah, I bet the MWC is having second thoughts about Hawaii coming into the conference in 2012.
    WHAT AN EMBARRASSMENT FOR HAWAII!!! and please don’t give me this @#$% about Hawaii winning 10 games and beating Nevada which beat Boise St. nonsense. Cheers!


  34. popoman - aka Rick:

    Via email etc., added footnote to UH & Tulsa game. UH did meet a superior team (although Tulsa is ranked over 109 or worse in pass defense amongst Div I teams)
    Word here in Reno/Tahoe area is “key” players were greased. Odds were really heavy on UH fluctuating as high as ll 1/2, easing to 10 1/2 @ gametime. Casinos and Sportsbook made a killing!! An “insider” friend of mine claims he couldn’t reach me in time to “warn” me about the score. Bookies made a fortune on the first half and second half betting! Yes….games are tampered with. On the NCAA level, only targeted games when millions are involved. NFL and NBA level are ALL staged. Your thinking I smoked too much pakalolo or ingested too much ice!
    Since I’m in my late seventies, believe me, I don’t need it! Do many pupuli stuff sober.
    Ever wonder how bookies and oddsmakers come within 1/2 points of thousands of games?
    Your going to hear statistical studies, trends, playing conditions, itchy okolis etc., etc.,
    If this was true, mathmaticians, physics professors from MIT and Harvard etc., would be incredibly rich! Government look the other way since it stimulates the economy and I’m sure gets its share. Bottom line……don’t gamble seriously, only what you can afford, or better yet, no gamble at all! Still hurting about the “stench” from the game tho!


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