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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Hawaii 41, San Jose State 7

HawaiiAthletics.com has a summary of UH's 41-7 victory over the San Jose State Spartans.
Moniz set a new school record with 560 passing yards, accomplishing the feat in a little more than three quarters work. Moniz, who tossed three touchdown passes, racked up 368 yards by halftime and eclipsed Colt Brennan’s old mark of 559 yards with a 10-yard pass to Rodney Bradley with more than 11 minutes left in the game. The junior quarterback completed 32-of-44 passes.

The UH defense, meanwhile, also put forth a stalwart effort in the win. UH allowed just 164 yards of offense by the Spartans (1-10, 0-6 WAC)—a season-low for a UH opponent. The Warriors also recorded a season-high eight sacks and recorded their third defensive touchdown of the year.
The Star-Advertiser has a game summary.
Bryant Moniz paid tribute to Colt Brennan in last night's Western Athletic Conference football game by taking one of his pages from the record book.

The University of Hawaii quarterback threw for 560 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Warriors to an easy 41-7 victory over San Jose State before an Aloha Stadium crowd of 30,011.
ESPN.com has an AP wrap-up along with photos and video.


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