Although three Mountain West Conference football games were canceled this Saturday, the matchup between Hawaii and Boise State carries on with its scheduled 6 p.m. kickoff at Aloha Stadium.
The Broncos landed in Honolulu approximately 24 hours prior to the game. How will the unusually quick road turnaround affect them?
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Boise State 40, Hawaii 32, Final
9:48: Boise State takes knees to run out the clock and wins 40-32. Stay with KHON2 for continued coverage online.
9:46: With 1:53 remaining, Boise State gets a first down on the Hawaii 28. The Broncos can take knees to victory from here.
9:37: Boise State converts on a big third down to Hawaii territory. UH calls its last timeout with 2:42 remaining on second-and-8 from the Hawaii 38. A first down would virtually end the game since it would allow Boise to run out the clock.
9:33: Boise State ball on its own 25 after the touchback on the kickoff.
9:31: TOUCHDOWN UH. Cordeiro and Jared Smart connect on a 4-yard touchdown with 4:52 remaining. Turner then runs in the two-point conversion and Hawaii cuts the deficit to 40-32. The ‘Bows have one timeout left.
9:17: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and gets the ball back on its own 35 after the punt with 8:29 remaining.
9:13: Boise State from start from its own 25 after a touchback.
9:11: TOUCHDOWN TURNER. After a Calvin Turner touchdown gets called back, the ‘Bows go for it on fourth-and-6 from the Boise State 29 and convert. Turner then scores for real this time on a 15-yard reception from Cordeiro. Shipley’s PAT makes the deficit 40-24 with 9:56 left.
8:58: The Rainbow Warriors force a punt. After Dior Scott’s return, the Rainbow Warriors will start from their own 28 with 13:27 remaining.
8:53: The third quarter comes to an end with Boise State leading 40-17. The Broncos will have a fresh set of downs on their own 37 when play resumes.
8:49: Hawaii goes three-and-out again and punts. Stan Gaudion’s first punt of the season is a fair catch by Williams at the Boise State 27 with 1:35 left in the third.
8:45: Hawaii will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff.
8:42: TOUCHDOWN BOISE STATE. Van Buren’s second 11-yard score of the day comes with 3:38 remaining in the third. The Broncos lead 40-17.
8:33: TOUCHDOWN UH. Calvin Turner catches a short pass from Cordeiro and tightropes his way to a 36-yard touchdown. The ‘Bows go for two again and convert after Turner takes a direct snap to the end zone. Boise State still leads 33-17 with 5:36 remaining in the third.
8:23: TOUCHDOWN BSU. Andrew Van Buren takes it to the house 11 yards out, giving Boise a 33-9 lead with 8:18 left in the third. That could already be the dagger with the way things are going.
8:21: Things are starting to look bleak for Hawaii after a three-and-out and punt, which is returned to the UH 26 by Williams with 9:26 remaining in the third.
8:18: Hawaii will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff.
8:16: TOUCHDOWN BOISE. Avery Williams takes the ensuing kickoff to the house. After the extra point, Boise State stretches its lead to 26-9 with 10:54 remaining in the third.
8:12: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. Calvin Turner punches it in from one yard out. The ‘Bows then go for two but Cordeiro comes up a yard short. Hawaii cuts the deficit to 19-9 with 11:09 remaining in the third quarter.
7:59: The Rainbow Warriors will start from their own 13 after the second half kickoff.
7:39: The first half ends with Boise State leading Hawaii 19-3. Plenty of missed opportunities for the Rainbow Warriors, who will receive the second half kickoff.
7:36: Hawaii goes three-and-out and punts yet again. Boise State gets the ball back on
7:31: TOUCHDOWN BRONCOS. Boise State scores on a trick play on a pass from CT Thomas to Khalil Shakir. Dalmas’ PAT is good and the Broncos lead 19-3 with 54 seconds left in the second quarter.
7:21: The Rainbow Warriors go three-and-out yet again. After another Adam Stack punt, Boise will start from its own 40 with 3:52 left in the first half.
7:19: The ‘Bows will start from their own 16 with 5:06 left in the half.
7:18: TOUCHDOWN BOISE STATE. Bachmeier and Khalil Shakir connect for a 38-yard touchdown, but the extra point is blocked. The Broncos still extend their lead to 12-3 with 5:11 left in the first half.
7:13: Hawaii can’t take advantage and goes three-and-out. After the punt, Boise State will start from the Hawaii 44 after a 34-yard return by Avery Williams with 5:49 left in the half.
7:10: Bachmeier takes a deep shot and is INTERCEPTED by Cameron Lockridge at the Hawaii 27 with 6:20 remaining in the second quarter.
7:02: The Rainbow Warriors get a first down but not much after, and Chevan Cordeiro’s first career punt on fourth-and-three goes into the end zone. Boise State’s next drive will start from its own 20 with 7:48 remaining in the second quarter.
6:58: Hawaii will start again on its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff.
6:56: Boise State takes its first lead of the game on Dalmas’ 43-yard field goal with 10:09 remaining in the second quarter.
6:45: The first quarter comes to an end. Boise State faces second-and-4 from its own 25 when the second quarter begins.
6:44: The ‘Bows go three-and-out and punt. Boise State gets the ball back on its own 19 with 15 seconds left in the first quarter.
6:40: Calvin Turner’s kickoff return puts Hawaii on its own 35 with 1:07 left in the first.
6:38: The game is tied after a 32-yard field goal by Jonah Dalmas with 1:13 left in the first quarter. A 55-yard pass from Hank Bachmeier to CT Thomas put the Broncos deep in Hawaii territory but the ‘Bows held the Broncos to a field goal attempt.
6:27: Shipley kicks another touchback and the Broncos will start their next drive from their own 25.
6:24: Hawaii is on the board first. A 33-yard rush by quarterback Chevan Cordeiro helps advance the drive to the red zone, but the ‘Bows can’t get into the end zone. Shipley makes a 27-yard field goal to give the Rainbow Warriors a 3-0 lead with 4:36 left in the first.
6:14: The UH defense has really showed up to play so far, forcing another Boise State three-and-out. After the punt, the Rainbow Warriors get the ball back on their own 14 with 10:14 left in the first quarter.
6:09: The Rainbow Warriors also go three-and-out and punt. Boise State gets the ball back on its own 25.
6:06: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt. The Rainbow Warriors will start from their own 39 after a short punt.
6:03 p.m.: Matthew Shipley kicks the ball off for Hawaii into the end zone for a touchback. Boise State will begin from its own 25.
5:50 p.m. Both teams are ready to go for the last college football game of the day (and week).