Five big plays from Hawaii's 30-14 lo...

Five big plays from Hawaii's 30-14 loss at Utah State - Sports

There are 1 comment on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Nov 3, 2008, titled Five big plays from Hawaii's 30-14 loss at Utah State - Sports. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

The Setup: Utah State 3, Hawaii 0, 8:57 remaining, second quarter, Utah State ball, first and 10 at Utah State 38 The Play: QB Diondre Borel slides out of the pocket to his right and finds WR Nnamdi Gwacham ...

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Da Rock

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#1 Nov 3, 2008
6. Not breaking a computer during halftime --

This was the way Mack showed he had all the answers to shut up the so-called "Cyber Commandos" and all those who take credit for making suggestions that were coincidentally used when the team wins. I told you guys last week that he should break one for every game left on the schedule. Now look what happened.

Rock on!

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