Is Saturday the day?

The University of Hawaii football team is still looking for its first win of the 2022 season, as well as the first win of the Timmy Chang era.

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Saturday’s contest against FCS opponent Duquesne presents an opportunity for the Rainbow Warriors to get that elusive victory. But can the ‘Bows get it done? Stay with KHON2 for updates below:

Hawaii 24, Duquesne 14, Final

9:09: Hawaii runs out the clock to secure its first victory of the 2022 season and first in the Timmy Chang era as head coach. 24-14 is your final. Stay with KHON2 for continuing coverage.

9:02: Hausman’s second interception of the game in the end zone and third of the season might have sealed the game for Hawaii.

9:00: Duquesne goes for an onside kick and they RECOVER with 2:10 left.

8:55: TOUCHDOWN DUKES. Duquesne is not done yet, as Darius Perrantes connects with Dwayne Menders on a 29-yard touchdown. The Dukes then go for 2 and convert on a Rahmon Hart Jr. reception from Perrantes. Hawaii’s lead is trimmed to 24-14 with 2:15 remaining.

8:46: Dukes will begin from their own 25 after the ensuing kickoff touchback.

8:43: Hawaii eats up some clock and gets a 29-yard field goal from Shipley in the process to extend its lead to 24-6 with 6:33 remaining.

8:33: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt. Hawaii gets the ball at the Duquesne 45 after a shanked punt with 13:11 left in the fourth quarter.

8:30: Dukes will start from their own 25 after a touchback on the ensuing kickoff.

8:29: TOUCHDOWN RAINBOW WARRIORS. Penei Pavihi’s 50-yard interception return for a touchdown gives Hawaii a 21-6 lead with 14:08 left in the fourth quarter.


8:25: The third quarter ends with neither team scoring. Hawaii is clinging to a 14-6 lead, but Duquesne has second-and-6 at the UH 49.

8:21: Hawaii can’t get enough traction on offense and punts again to the Duquense 37 with 1:22 left in the third.

8:17: Duquesne’s drive stalls to the Hawaii 24, where a 41-yard field goal is attempted. It is no good, and Hawaii starts up again with 4:02 left in the third.

7:58: First play from scrimmage for UH is an Ayden Garnes interception of Joey Yellen. Duquesne gets the ball right back.

7:57: Malik Hausman comes up with an INTERCEPTION in the end zone. Hawaii gets the ball on its own 20 with 6:36 left in the third.

7:50: Duquesne will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the second half kickoff.


7:30: Bruzdewicz caps off a drive by nailing a 30-yard field goal as the first half clock expires. Hawaii leads 14-6, but Duquesne will receive the second half kickoff.

7:17: Matthew Shipley sets up for a 35-yard field goal and it’s BLOCKED. Duquesne gets the ball back on its own 18 with 2:31 left in the second quarter.

7:05: Hawaii forces a punt and gets the ball back on its own 22 with 9:05 left in the second quarter.

6:58: Duquesne will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff.

6:55: After two penalties, Dedrick Parson scores his second touchdown of the day on an 17-yard run with 11 minutes left in the second. UH up 14-3.

6:51: Duquesne punts and it’s BLOCKED by Kaulana Makaula. Hawaii gets the ball on the Duquesne 14 with 11:53 left in the first half.

6:44: Hawaii goes three-and-out and punts. Duquesne gets the ball back on its own 37 with 14:07 left in the second quarter.


6:40: End of the first quarter. Hawaii leads 7-3 and faces second-and-9 from its own 11 when play resumes.

6:39: The Dukes get some yardage but ultimately punt. Hawaii takes over from its own 10 with 23 seconds left in the first quarter.

6:33: Duquesne will start from its own 15 with 4:15 left in the first.

6:30: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. Dedrick Parson scores on a run from five yards out, Matthew Shipley’s PAT is good and Hawaii leads 7-3 with 4:20 left in the first quarter.

6:23: Jalen Perdue takes a return all the way to the Duquesne 35 with 6:06 left in the first quarter.

6:20: Duquesne is on the board first after a methodical 14-play, 56-yard drive that ends on a 26-yard field goal by Brian Bruzdewicz with 6:17 left in the first.

6:10: A quick three-and-out and punt for the Hawaii offense gives Duquesne the ball at its own 35 with 13:54 left in the first quarter.

6:08: Hawaii will begin the game from its own 19.

6:07 p.m.: Duquesne wins the toss and defers to the second half. Hawaii will receive to begin this game.


Pregame: Homecoming festivities are underway for the crowd, which are scattered across campus. On the field, although Joey Yellen is set to get the start at quarterback, Brayden Schager was seen participating in warmups in full uniform. He did not play last week against Michigan due to an injury.