I turned it off after it was 42-0. I guess a 42-13 final was not too unexpected.
One thing I did find odd was UNLV failed to convert four fourth-down attempts in the first half... In the FIRST HALF.
Nothing says "we have really bad special teams" than going for 4th and whatever 4 times in the first half of one ball game.
Hawaii had 583 yards of offense... 350+ in the first half.
UNLV punted on 2nd down 3 times, used a multiple kicker formation on extra point attempts, and refused to leave the field after the game - believing they had actually won (and blue unicorns had told them so)... or something.
Okay I made the last bit up, but Hawaii really did smack them, and Rocky Hinds' "supposed" ACL-life-threatening injury did not prevent him from playing... or starting.
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