Hawaii vs. Army

Can the team end the season on a high note? Or will it be the lowest (since 1998) of the lows? Man it's hard to tell....

Not a lot coming from Stephen Tsai this week about the upcoming Army game. Here's something from Friday.

The Rainbow Warriors' final full practice of 2013 concludes with today's Turkey Bowl featuring redshirts and under-used players.

Because of Army's aggressive blocking, the Warriors will be in full pads today, a rare style for what is usually a lighter Thursday practice.

Tight end Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson's injury filled year has come to an end. He has been diagnosed with a torn meniscus.

Joining him on the sideline will be Moses Samia, Ben Dew and Keith Kirkwood.

The really key thing for me is, Can Hawaii Stop the Run? This isn't a really compelling question. Army may have a lot of holes, and they may have only won 3 games, but they are #1 in the nation averaging 330 rush yards a game. 330!! The one thing that has been effective against UH, particular over the last few games, is the fact that they wear down heavily when pressed all game by a running back (or running quarterback). That's understandable. stopping the run is hard, especially when youre on the field a lot. And it really is a war of attrition. But it's the last game. Hopefully they can muster up enough willpower to make the stops that count.


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