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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Warriors 38, Cougars 20

Woot woot! Excellent road victory. Greg Salas is ridiculous. HawaiiAthletics.com has a game summary and post-game notes for Hawaii's 38-20 victory over Washington State.
The UH offense exploded for 349 yards of offense in the first half alone. Meanwhile, the UH defense was just as active, forcing three fumbles and two interceptions and allowed just six first-half points by the Cougars. By the time the game was over, UH piled up 626 yards of offense, its most since its 2006 Hawai‘i Bowl win over Arizona State, and defensively forced seven Cougar turnovers.

Greg Alexander finished with a career-high 453 yards and three touchdowns. Greg Salas and Rodney Bradley, meanwhile, were absolutely unstoppable, combing for 345 of those yards. Salas hauled in seven catches for a career-high 195 yards and a touchdown, while Bradley tallied seven catches for 150 yards and two touchdowns.

Junior safety Mana Silva picked off two passes, while sophomore linebacker Corey Paredes tallied eight tackles, a sack and two forced fumbles.
Here's a post-game wrap-up from the Advertiser, and one from the Star-Bulletin.

UPDATE: WSUCougars.com has a game summary with links to post-game notes and quotes.


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