After a weather delay that lasted an hour, the University of Hawaii football team is set to take on Michigan in the first road game of the Timmy Chang era.
Joey Yellen is starting at quarterback for the second week in a row as Brayden Schager tends to an injury.
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No. 4 Michigan 56, Hawaii 10, Final
6:20: Hawaii gets all the way to the Michigan 1 but turns it over on downs. Michigan runs out the clock. 56-10 is your final. Hawaii falls to 0-3 and will return home to face Duquesne next week.
6:00: A 38-yard touchdown by Isaiah Gash extends Michigan’s lead to 56-10 with 7:59 left in the fourth.
5:49: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. Tylan Hines takes a handoff 55 yards TO THE HOUSE. Michigan’s lead is 49-10, but Hawaii accomplishes something it couldn’t do during its last Big House visit in 2016: Get in the end zone.
5:41: Michigan extends its lead to 49-3 with a 15-yard touchdown run by C.J. Stokes with 14:54 left in the fourth quarter.
5:34: Yet another punt for the Hawaii offense. Michigan begins from its own 9 with 2:12 left in the third.
5:29: Michigan backup quarterback Cade McNamara is INTERCEPTED by Virdel Edwards at the Hawaii 45 with 3:10 left in the third quarter.
5:21: Hawaii is on the board with a 26-yard field goal by Matthew Shipley. Michigan leads 42-3 with 3:51 left in the third.
5:13: Hawaii’s defense forces another three-and-out and will start from its own 46 with 9:41 left in the third.
5:07: Hawaii goes three-and-out on offense and punts. Michigan starts from its own 13 with 11:59 left in the third.
5:00: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt and will begin from its own 29 with 12:47 left in the third.
4:57: Michigan begins from its own 12 after the second half kickoff return.
4:35: Hawaii runs out the clock and trails Michigan 42-0 at halftime. The Wolverines will receive to start the second half.
4:31: Cornelius Johnson hauls in a 17-yard touchdown pass from McCarthy as Michigan extends its lead to 42-0 with 1:09 left in the first half.
4:29: A three-and-out by Hawaii forces another punt. Michigan to start from its own 49.
4:24: Hawaii forces a punt on a nice sack by Blessman Taala in the first series of the game for Cade McNamara. UH gets the ball back on its own 9 with 3:18 left in the first half.
4:17: Hawaii goes three-and-out yet again and punts. Michigan will start from its own 34 with 6:34 left in the first half.
4:13: Donovan Edwards punches in a 1-yard touchdown to give Michigan a 35-0 lead over Hawaii with 8:38 left in the second quarter.
4:08: After another three-and-out, Hawaii punts to the Michigan 46.
4:04: Hawaii starting at its own 25 after the touchback.
4:00: Touchdown Michigan. Ronnie Bell hauls in a 8-yard touchdown pass with 12:05 left in the second quarter. UH trails 28-0.
3:52: Hawaii punts again and Michigan will start from its own 8.
3:47: Hawaii will start the second quarter down 21-0 and facing second-and-11.
3:46: Hawaii forces its first punt of the day and will start from its own 48 with 31 seconds left in the first quarter.
3:42: The Hawaii offense is limited to one first down again and punts, which is downed at the Michigan 6 with 2:08 left in the first.
3:36: TOUCHDOWN UM. Wilson gets his second touchdown of the day on a reverse. Hawaii trails 21-0 with 4:23 left in the first quarter.
3:31: Hawaii gets its first first down of the day on a 13-yard completion from Yellen to Jonah Panoke but can’t get another. Michigan starts from the Hawaii 42 after the punt return.
3:26: Hawaii starting from its own 25 after the ensuing touchback.
3:24: TOUCHDOWN WOLVERINES. Michigan has no trouble driving down the field again, capping off the drive on a 1-yard touchdown rush from Blake Corum. Wolverines lead 14-0 with 7:36 left in the first.
3:13: Another three-and-out for the Rainbow Warriors. Michigan starts from its own 23 after the punt.
3:11: Hawaii starting from its own 25 again after the touchback on the ensuing kickoff.
3:09: TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN. Former Saint Louis standout and Maui native Roman Wilson hauls in a 42-yard touchdown pass to give the Wolverines a 7-0 lead with 12:48 left in the first. That was fast.
3:04: Hawaii swiftly goes three-and-out and punts. Michigan will start from its own 33 at 13:24 left in the first.
3 p.m.: Hawaii will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff.