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Sunday, October 19, 2003



Warrior Report

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Turning Point
& Coming Up


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SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter
Haw -- Welch 2 pass from Chang (Ayat kick), 12:27.
LaT--FG Scobee 22, 6:40.
Haw--Cockheran 27 pass from Chang (Ayat kick), 5:20.
LaT--Norwood 39 pass from McCown (Scobee kick), 3:40.
Haw--Keliikipi 11 run (Ayat kick), :35.
Second Quarter
Haw--FG Ayat 28, 2:39.
LaT--Curry 2 pass from McCown (Scobee kick), 1:00.
Third Quarter
LaT--Moats 2 run (Scobee kick), 6:41.
LaT--Franklin 16 pass from McCown (Scobee kick), :18.
Fourth Quarter
Haw--Owens 8 pass from Chang (Ayat kick), 12:08.
LaT--FG Scobee 40, 8:45.
Haw--Komine 56 pass from Chang (kick failed), 8:28.
LaT--Moats 11 run (Scobee kick), 6:45.
Haw--Brewster 17 pass from Chang (Ayat kick), 3:59.

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING -- Hawaii: Brewster 4-54, Keliikipi 6-38, West 4-28, Chang 6-(minus 7), Team 3-(minus 9). LaTech: Moats 34-267, King 1-0, McCown 11-(minus 49).
PASSING -- Hawaii: Chang 33-46-4-534. LaTech: McCown 31-48-1-405, Causey 1-0-0-0.
RECEIVING -- Hawaii: Owens 8-162, Cockheran 6-102, Rivers 4-82, Komine 4-82, Welch 3-42, Brewster 3-32, Inferrera 2-23, Poumele 2-10, Keliikipi 1-(minus 1). LaTech: Curry 12-125, Norwood 7-92, Moats 5-81, Franklin 3-55, Piper 2-17, Capps 1-24, Davis 1-11.
Att -- 19,128.

WAC STANDINGS


CONFERENCE OVERALL

W L Pct W L Pct Str
Boise State 3 0 1.000 6 1 .857 W4
Nevada 3 0 1.000 5 2 .714 W2
Hawaii 3 1 .750 4 3 .571 W2
Fresno State 1 1 .500 3 4 .428 L2
UTEP 1 1 .500 2 5 .286 L1
Rice 1 1 .500 1 5 .166 L1
Tulsa 1 2 .333 3 4 .428 L1
San Jose State 1 2 .333 2 4 .333 W1
Louisiana Tech 1 3 .250 3 4 .428 L1
SMU 0 4 .000 0 7 .000 L7

Yesterday

Hawaii 44, Louisiana Tech 41
Boise State 45, SMU 3
Nevada 28, Tulsa 21
Navy 38, Rice 6


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[ TURNING POINT ]


Bulldogs kicking themselves

Josh Scobee of Louisiana Tech is one of the best kickers in college football. But yesterday wasn't his day.

He had a field-goal attempt blocked and missed two others, including a 53-yard attempt with 1 minute, 22 seconds left that sealed the Bulldogs' fate in their 44-41 loss to Hawaii.

Leonard Peters' block of Scobee's try from 52 yards in the second quarter may have contributed to the miss at the end of the game.

"I thought he was going to make it. I was going to freeze him (call a timeout), but I didn't want him to think about it. It ended up working," UH coach June Jones said.

LaTech coach Jack Bicknell said having Scobee kick rather than going for a first down on fourth and 2 was a tough decision.

"I just felt like he was going to make it," Bicknell said. "If I had gone for it and missed it, and I've got an All-American kicker sitting next to me, then I probably would've really, really been mad."


Dave Reardon, Star-Bulletin


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[ COMING UP ]


Miners will try to end losing streak here

Yes, Texas-El Paso has lost its last two games against Hawaii, and it hasn't been pretty for the Miners: 31-6 last year at the Sun Bowl and 66-7 in 2001 when UTEP visited Aloha Stadium to lose in the islands for the fourth consecutive time.

But the Miners (2-5, 1-1 Western Athletic Conference) will arrive with at least a little bit of confidence.

UTEP had a bye this weekend, giving the Miners seven more days to prepare for the Warriors, while Hawaii had to fly to Louisiana and back.


Dave Reardon, Star-Bulletin


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