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Sunday, October 26, 2003



Warrior Report

Statistics,
Turning Point &
Coming Up




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[ GAME STATS ]


SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter
UTEP--FG Robinson 44, 9:42
Haw--Poumele 10 pass from Chang (kick blocked), 1:42
Second Quarter
Haw--FG Ayat 33, 7:56
Haw--FG Ayat 25, 1:20
UTEP--FG Robinson 40, 0:38
Haw--FG Ayat 25, 0:08
Third Quarter
Haw--FG Ayat 27, 11:39
Haw--Miyashiro 6 pass from Chang (Ayat kick), 7:51
UTEP--FG Robinson 45, 4:36
Fourth Quarter
UTEP--Palmer 1 run (run failed), 6:07
Haw--Cockheran 13 pass from Chang (kick failed), 2:28.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING -- UTEP: Austin 9-112, Jackson 24-100, Benekos 1-26, Palmer 12-16, Smith 3-3, Marrow 2-1, Cruz 2-(-4), Team 1-(-10). Hawaii: Brewster 5-22, Chang 2-11, Keliikipi 2-7, West 1-(-1), Poumele 1-(-2).
PASSING -- UTEP: Palmer 12-28-1-154, Cruz 2-3-0-16. Hawaii: Chang 27-54-1-426.
RECEIVING -- UTEP: Marrow 4-58, Crafts 3-38, Givens 2-33, Francies 2-16, Higgins 1-9, Jackson 1-8, Mauch 1-8. Hawaii: Brewster 8-138, Poumele 6-75, Owens 3-57, Cockheran 3-39, Komine 2-76, Miyashiro 2-17, Welch 2-17, Inferrera 1-7.
A--34,971.

WAC STANDINGS


CONFERENCE OVERALL

W L Pct W L Pct Str
Boise State 4 0 1.000 7 1 .875 W5
Hawaii 4 1 .800 5 3 .625 W3
Nevada 3 1 .750 5 3 .625 L1
Fresno State 2 1 .667 4 4 .500 W1
Tulsa 2 2 .500 4 4 .500 W1
Louisiana Tech 2 3 .400 4 4 .500 W1
UTEP 1 2 .333 2 6 .250 L2
Rice 1 2 .333 1 6 .167 L1
San Jose State 1 3 .250 2 5 .400 L1
SMU 0 5 .000 0 8 .000 L8

YESTERDAY

Tulsa 35, SMU 16
Boise State 77, San Jose State 14
Louisiana Tech 42, Nevada 34
Fresno State 31, Rice 28
Hawaii 31, UTEP 15


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[ TURNING POINT ]


Gilmore picks right time to make big-time play

For the second week in a row, Hawaii's David Gilmore made a big play by intercepting a pass in his own end zone.

In UH's 31-15 victory last night over Texas-El Paso, Gilmore's third interception of the season came with the Warriors hanging on to a tenuous 15-6 advantage at 13:04 of the third quarter.

It stole the momentum back from the Miners, who drove to the UH 21 after Adrian Ward's interception of Tim Chang at midfield.

After Gilmore's pick, the Warriors scored 10 consecutive points and took firm control of the game. Gilmore also had a momentum-shifting interception in last week's 44-41 victory over Louisiana Tech.


Dave Reardon, Star-Bulletin


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[ COMING UP ]


All signs point to a lot of offense next week

Hawaii's next opponent's defense took its worst pounding yesterday in 80 years. San Jose State fell to 2-5 and 1-3 in the Western Athletic Conference with a 77-14 loss at Boise State.

It's the most points given up by SJSU since 1923, when Stanford's freshman team beat the fledgling Spartans 79-0.

Hawaii travels to San Jose State this Saturday for the first time since 1999, when UH beat SJSU at Spartan Stadium, 62-41.

You can usually expect plenty of points by at least one of the teams when these two hook up. In the nine times they've met since 1988, the winning team has scored at least 34 points (in 1991 they tied 35-all).

Last year Hawaii won 40-31 as Tim Chang completed 31 of 54 passes for 365 yards and three touchdowns. The teams combined for 1,011 yards of offense, and the Spartans' Scott Rislov passed for 287 yards and four touchdowns.

Rislov threw a 15-yard TD pass to Leon Pinky and a 3-yard touchdown toss to Rafael Pineda in yesterday's loss.


Dave Reardon, Star-Bulletin


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