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Fresno State defensive back Jason Diaz Jr. (39) sacks Hawaii quarterback Brayden Schager (13) causing a fumble during the first half an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

After a bye week, the University of Hawaii football team returns to the field to take on Nevada for a crucial Mountain West matchup.

KHON2 will provide live updates of the game between the Rainbow Warriors and the Wolf Pack.

Nevada 34, Hawaii 17, Final

8:10: Hawaii can’t get another score and Nevada takes two knees to end the game. 34-17 is your final. Hawaii drops to 3-4 and will take on New Mexico State at home next week.

8:03: Hawaii forces a punt to its own 10 with 2:05 remaining.

7:56: UH turns it over on downs at the Nevada 32 with 4:35 left.

7:52: Nevada goes for it on fourth-and-5 at the Hawaii 36 but doesn’t convert with 5:20 left.

7:43: Schager throws his fourth interception of the day at the Nevada 44 with 7:21 left in the game.

7:39: Talton misses a 47-yarder. Hawaii gets the ball back with 8:35 left.

7:30: Hawaii goes three-and-out and punts. Nevada gets the ball back on its own 35 with 11:56 left.

7:25: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt. Hawaii will begin from its own 17 with 13:34 left.

7:20: Chevan Cordeiro enters the game to punt, and the ball is downed at the Nevada 16.

FOURTH QUARTER

7:19: The third quarter ends with Hawaii losing 34-17. Hawaii faces fourth-and-7 at the Nevada 49 to begin the fourth quarter.

7:14: Hawaii to start from its own 25.

7:11: TOUCHDOWN PACK. Nevada rolls the dice on fourth-and-goal at the Hawaii 3 and converts on a pass from Strong to Tory Horton to go up 34-17 with 2:25 left in the third. A deflating drive for UH to say the least.

6:57: On third down in Nevada territory, Schager throws a costly interception at the Nevada 9. The Wolf Pack take over with 5:27 left in the third.

6:48: Hawaii will start from its own 25 after the kickoff.

6:45: TOUCHDOWN NEVADA. Carson Strong connects with Romeo Doubs on a 28-yard pass with 10:44 remaining in the third quarter. Nevada’s lead is now 27-17.

6:39: Schager throws an INTERCEPTION at the UH 49 with 13:58 left in the third quarter.

6:37: Hawaii will begin the second half from its own 25 after the touchback.

THIRD QUARTER

6:16: Talton’s 41-yard field goal attempt as time expires is NO GOOD. Wide left. Hawaii trails 20-17 at halftime and will receive the second half kickoff.

6:14: Schager is INTERCEPTED by Daiyan Henley with 16 seconds left at the UH 31.

6:12: Hawaii takes over from its own 25 after the touchback.

6:11: Nevada takes the lead back on Talton’s 45-yard field goal with 55 seconds left.

6:08: Hawaii goes three-and-out and forces Nevada to use its last timeout. The punt is BLOCKED and Nevada will get the ball on the UH 35 with 1:48 left in the first half.

6:05: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt. The Rainbow Warriors will get the ball back on their own 42 with three minutes left and no timeouts.

6:02: Nevada to begin from its own 25.

6:00: Hawaii uses all three of its timeouts and salvages a field goal to tie the game at 17 with 4:12 left in the first half.

5:47: Hawaii will begin from its own 25 after a fair catch on the kickoff.

5:44: TOUCHDOWN NEVADA. Taua gets in the end zone for his second touchdown of the day, this time from 10 yards out. Nevada leads UH 17-14 with 9:39 left in the second quarter.

5:40: Hawaii forces another punt, but the fair catch is MUFFED. Nevada takes over at the Hawaii 19.

5:33: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. Dae Dae Hunter with ANOTHER long-distance score, this time from 81 yards out. He’s up to 149 yards for the day after losing some yards on previous carries. Shipley’s extra point is good and Hawaii leads 14-10 with 12:42 left in the first quarter.

5:30: Hawaii will start from its own 19 after Calvin Turner’s return.

5:27: TOUCHDOWN NEVADA. Toa Taua finishes off the drive for the Wolf Pack with a 6-yard rush. Talton’s PAT is good and Nevada leads 10-7 with 12:58 left in the second quarter.

SECOND QUARTER

5:19: The first quarter ends with Hawaii leading 7-3. The ‘Bows have hung tough defensive so far. Nevada faces second-and-7 to begin the second quarter.

5:16: Hawaii goes three-and-out and punts. Nevada will take over from its own 16 with eight seconds left in the quarter.

5:13: Hawaii forces another Nevada punt. The Rainbow Warriors will take over from its own 36 after Calvin Turner’s return.

5:03: Hawaii gains a first down but can’t get another and decide to punt on fourth-and-1. Nevada will get the ball on its own 13 with 5:19 left in the first quarter.

4:56: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt. The Rainbow Warriors will start from its own 8 after the punt with 8:20 left in the first quarter.

4:54: Nevada will start from its own 24 after the kickoff.

4:52: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. Dae Dae Hunter takes a handoff 75 yards to the house on the team’s first offensive play. Matthew Shipley’s extra point is good and UH leads 7-3 with 9:35 remaining in the first quarter.

4:49: Hawaii will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff. It is indeed Brayden Schager starting at quarterback for the Rainbow Warriors.

4:46: Nevada drives swiftly to the Hawaii red zone but can’t convert a third-and-goal at the Hawaii 2. Brandon Talton gets Nevada on the board with a 23-yard field goal with 9:46 left in the first quarter.

4:38: Kyler Halvorsen kicks off for a touchback. Nevada will start from its own 25.

4:37 p.m.: Nevada wins the toss and receives.

FIRST QUARTER

Pregame: The status of Hawaii’s starting quarterback will be a game-time decision, as regular starter Chevan Cordeiro continues to heal from a shoulder injury. If Cordeiro is unable to go and Brayden Schager gets the starting nod again, the team will be in capable hands as the true freshman led the Rainbow Warriors to a victory over then-No. 18 Fresno State the last time the team took the field.

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