Hawaii vs. Navy
How much of a difference does one player make? Normally in football, the answer is "not all that much." Against Navy, however, Joey was almost enough to win. In his first game back from injury, Joey ran 30 times for 192 yards (averaging 5.5 yards a carry) and almost single-handedly carrying UH to a win. Once again, the defense and the offense failed to play well at the same time (the defense gave up over 200 rushing yards to Reynolds alone) and so in the end, no matter how much "want-to" there was, just not enough talent, or energy, or execution, or whatever. For whatever reason, the team has been so close to winning over the last few weeks, that it doesnt feel like we're winless, even though we are. Can we pull one out? We'll see...
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