Live blog: Hawaii at Oregon State


Hawaii running back Calvin Turner Jr. (7) looks for running room after making a catch during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Portland State, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Darryl Oumi)

The University of Hawaii football team will look for its first-ever victory at Oregon State when it takes on the Beavers in Corvallis, Ore., on Saturday. The ‘Bows are 4-7 in all-time matchups against the Beavs, but all four victories were on Oahu.

The Rainbow Warriors (1-1) have already faced a Pac-12 opponent on the road in 2021, opening their season with a rout at the hands of UCLA.

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The Rainbow Warriors won their most recent contest against the Beavers, which occurred during Week 1 of the 2019 season at Aloha Stadium. Can the ‘Bows make it two straight against the Beavs? Follow along as KHON2 will provide live updates of the game below.

Oregon State 45, Hawaii 27, Final

8:30: Hawaii turns it over on downs at the Oregon State 25 with 1:07 left. The Beavers run out the remainder of the game to secure the 45-27 victory. Stay with KHON2 for continuing postgame coverage.

8:19: TOUCHDOWN OSU. Oregon State shaves over seven minutes off the clock and caps it off with a 1-yard rush by Baylor, his third TD of the day. Beavers lead 45-27 with 3:12 left and that will probably do it.

8:05: Oregon State will start from its own 9 after a penalty on the kickoff.

8:01: Hawaii putting up its best fight, as Turner scores on a 3-yard rush. Hawaii down 38-27 with 10:28 left.

7:49: Hawaii to start from its own 25 after the touchback.

7:47: TOUCHDOWN OREGON STATE. Anthony Gould hauls in a 13-yard touchdown pass from Nolan int he first play of the fourth quarter to extend the OSU lead to 38-20 with 14:54 to go.


7:44: The third quarter ends with Oregon State in the middle of its drive. The Beavers will start at the Hawaii 13 with a fresh set of downs to begin the fourth quarter.

Earlier in the drive, linebacker Darius Muasau has been ejected for targeting and will also miss the first half of next week’s conference opener against San Jose State. That’s a devastating blow for UH’s defense, who will be without its leading tackler for two quarters against the conference’s defending champions.

7:30: Cordeiro fires a 10-yard touchdown to Nick Mardner, cutting the deficit to 31-20 with 3:46 left in the third.

7:25: Baylor fumbles at the Hawaii 36 and Hawaii recovers with 5:56 left in the third.

7:24: Oregon State to start from its own 25 after the touchback.

7:20: Touchdown Hawaii, via a 1-yard rush by Turner. The ‘Bows for for two but don’t convert and trail 31-13 with 6:45 left in the third.

7:10: Hawaii forces a punt and will start from its own 10 after a Calvin Turner touchback, 10:22 left in the third.

7:02: Hawaii goes for it on fourth-and-13 on the Oregon State 34. Cordeiro is intercepted on a desperation throw. Oregon State begins from its own 23 with 12:32 left in the third.

6:55: Hawaii will start from its own 35 after the touchback.

6:54: Next play, B.J. Baylor takes a handoff TO THE HOUSE. OSU goes up 31-7 with 14:46 left in the third quarter.

6:53: The first play from scrimmage from the half is a Cordeiro pass that is INTERCEPTED by Riley Sharp at the Hawaii 30.

6:51: The second half kickoff goes into the end zone for a touchback. Hawaii will start from its own 25.


6:30: UH can’t get another scoring drive together and heads into halftime trailing 24-7.

6:25: Hawaii forces a punt and will get the ball with 46 seconds left from its own 20. ‘Bows have two timeouts.

6:14: UH gains some first downs but punts from midfield. That may have been its window to make this a game, as Oregon State will get the ball from its own 13 with 3:11 left in the first half.

6:08: Hawaii will start from its own 20 after the touchback.

6:05: The Beavers drive down the field but Hawaii gets a critical third down stop to force a field goal, which is good from 27 yards out. Oregon State leads 24-7 with 5:03 left in the first half.

5:58: Oregon State will start from its own 23 with 10:25 left in the half.

5:55: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. Hawaii gets on the board with a 12-yard pass from Chevan Cordeiro to Calvin Turner. Oregon State still leads 21-7 with 10:30 left in the second quarter.


5:44: The first quarter comes to a merciful end with UH losing 21-0.

5:41: TOUCHDOWN BEAVS. This is getting out of hand. Zeriah Beason hauls in a 6-yard touchdown. Oregon State leads 21-0 with 22 seconds left in the first quarter and has gained 219 yards.

5:31: UH quickly goes three-and-out and punts. Oregon starts from its own 36 with 5:43 left in the first quarter.

5:29: Hawaii to start from its own 17.

5:25: TOUCHDOWN BEAVERS. B.J. Baylor takes a handoff 66 yards to the house. Oregon State leads 14-0 with 7:04 left in the first quarter.

5:21: Hawaii gets to the Oregon State 30 but the drive is stalled by a false start by Solo Vaipulu. The Rainbow Warriors punt, and the Beavers will begin from their own 20 after a touchback on Matthew Shipley’s punt.

5:15: Hawaii will begin from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff.

5:12: TOUCHDOWN OREGON STATE. The Beavers drive right down the field and cap it off with a 2-yard Jack Colletto touchdown from the wildcat formation. OSU up 7-0 with 10:43 remaining in the first quarter.

5:05 p.m. HST: Hawaii wins the toss and defers. Oregon State receives to begin the game. Kyler Halvorsen kicks the opening kickoff out of bounds and Oregon State will begin from its own 35 yard line.


PREGAME: The Rainbow Warriors are wearing a uniform combination they have yet to wear this season but one that was ubiquitous from the 2018 season on: Black helmets, white jerseys and black pants.

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