On Saturday, rivals Hawaii and Wyoming will battle for the Paniolo Trophy.
Although the Rainbow Warriors and Cowboys are both members of the Mountain West, the conference will do away with divisions starting in 2023. With no set date for the two programs to meet each other again, whoever wins on Saturday will hold on to the rivalry trophy for the foreseeable future.
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Who comes out on top and claims the trophy for the foreseeable future? Stay with KHON2 for live updates of the game.
Wyoming 27, Hawaii 20, Final
9:13: Wyoming gets the first down it needs and runs out the clock. 27-20 is your final, and Hawaii falls to 2-7 for the 2022 season. Stay with KHON2 for continuing coverage on-air and online.
9:08: The ensuing onside kick is recovered at the Wyoming 49 with 1:38 left. Hawaii has two timeouts.
9:06: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. The Rainbow Warriors drive right down the field, capped off by a touchdown from Schager to Zion Bowens, which cuts the lead to 27-20 with 1:40 left.
9:00: Hawaii to begin from its own 25 after a touchback.
8:59: TOUCHDOWN COWBOYS. Peasley keeps the ball for a four-yard touchdown, putting Wyoming up 27-13 with 4:12 left. That one probably put the game away.
8:47: Hawaii calls a timeout and rolls the dice on fourth-and-7 from the Wyoming 42 and doesn’t convert with 9:20 left in the fourth quarter.
8:41: Hawaii will begin from its own 25 after a touchback on the ensuing kickoff.
8:38: Dawaiian McNeely takes a handoff on third-and-2 and is GONE for a 61-yard breakaway touchdown. Wyoming leads 20-13 with 12:09 left in the fourth.
8:32: Matthew Shipley punts for 63 yards on fourth-and-1 to the Wyoming end zone for a touchback with 14:12 left in the fourth, a career-high in distance.
8:28: The third quarter ends with both teams tied at 13. Hawaii faces second-and-3 from its own 35 when play resumes.
8:26: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt and takes over from its own 28 with 32 seconds remaining in the third.
8:21: Wyoming will begin from its own 25 after a touchback.
8:19: Hawaii ties the game up on a Matthew Shipley field goal on fourth-and-goal from the three. The Rainbow Warriors briefly contemplated going for it before tying up the game with 2:08 left in the third quarter.
8:11: Hawaii will begin its first offensive possession of the first half from its own 21 after a short return by Jalen Perdue.
8:09: Wyoming takes its first lead of the game on a 38-yard field goal by Hoyland. Hawaii trails 13-10 with 7:34 left in the third quarter.
7:57: Wyoming will begin from its own 25 after a touchback on the second half kickoff.
7:36: Hawaii forces a three-and-out and punt at its own 25 with 12 seconds left. Hawaii takes a knee to end the first half in a 10-10 tie. Wyoming will receive the second half kickoff when play resumes.
7:31: Hawaii goes three-and-out and punts to the Wyoming 30 with 45 seconds left in the first half. Both teams have two timeouts remaining.
7:26: Jalen Perdue returns the ensuing kickoff to the Hawaii 15. Hawaii has all three of its timeouts with 1:50 left in the first half.
7:26: All tied at 10 after a 34-yard field goal for John Hoyland with 1:54 left in the first half.
7:20: Hawaii goes three-and-out on offense but punts it inside the Wyoming 1.
7:18: ANOTHER interception for Manuma gives Hawaii the ball at the Wyoming 48.
7:12: Hawaii can’t threaten for another score again and punts to the Wyoming 16 with 8:25 left in the second quarter.
7:07: Jalen Perdue returns the ensuing kickoff to Hawaii’s 32.
7:06: TOUCHDOWN WYOMING. A quick four-play drive, ending with a 35-yard Andrew Peasley house call puts the Cowboys on the board. Hawaii still leads 10-7 with 9:46 remaining in the second quarter.
7:01: Wyoming will take over from its own 25 after a touchback.
6:58: Hawaii extends its lead to 10-0 on a 29-yard field goal by Matthew Shipley with 11:37 left in the second quarter.
6:53: Peter Manuma hauls in an INTERCEPTION to the Wyoming 30 with 13:39 left in the second quarter.
6:47: The first quarter ends with Hawaii leading 7-0. Wyoming has second-and-14 from its own 16 to begin the second quarter.
6:45: After a lengthy drive in which a pick-six for Wyoming was negated by a roughing the passer call, UH ends its drive with a missed 36-yard field goal by Matthew Shipley that clanks off the left upright. Hawaii still leads 7-0 with 1:03 left in the first quarter.
6:36: Hawaii forces another fourth down punt after a strip sack by Peter Manuma that goes out of bounds. After Dior Scott muffs and recovers his own return, Hawaii has the ball on its own 14 with 4:25 left in the first quarter.
6:25: Wyoming will start from its own 25 after a touchback on the kickoff by Kyler Halvorsen.
6:23: TOUCHDOWN HAWAII. The Rainbow Warriors strike first as Dedrick Parson takes a third-and-10 screen 22 yards to the end zone. Matthew Shipley’s PAT is good and Hawaii leads 7-0 with 8:12 left in the first quarer.
6:13: Hawaii forces a three-and-out of its own and Wyoming punts to the Hawaii 33 with 12:19 left in the first.
6:10: Hawaii swiftly goes three-and-out. Wyoming will begin from its own 29 with 13:28 left in the first quarter.
6:08: Hawaii will begin from its own 25 after the kickoff.
6:07 p.m.: Wyoming wins the toss and defers to the second half. Hawaii will receive to begin this game.
Pregame: A blast from the past is present as members of the 1992 Hawaii football team are present. The 2022 season is the 30th anniversary of a magical 1992 season in which UH went 11-2 with a WAC championship and victory over Illinois in the Holiday Bowl, which was the program’s first-ever bowl victory. The Rainbows were ranked No. 20 in the final AP poll.