Hawai'i QB, Colt Brennan, turned an ankle versus Utah State, so the 16th-ranked Hawai'i Warriors turned the ball over to backup, Tyler Graunke, who went on to lead the Warriors to a 52-37 win over fading Utah State. Will it be the Heisman candidate in Colt Brennan, to lead 16th ranked Hawai'i into San Jose State's Spartan Stadium for a "Friday Night Lights" showdown. Or will it be backup, Graunke?

After a 52-37 win over Utah State, the University of Hawai'i football team remained No. 16 in the Associated Press Top 25 rankings.

Hawai'i slipped one spot to No. 16 in the USA Today Coaches poll released today.

The Warriors sit with a perfect 6-0 record and sit at number one in the WAC standings with a 3-0 position.

Hawaii has won 10 WAC games in a row.

UH will next face San Jose State, winners of three games in a row after an 0-3 start this Friday in a nationally televised game on ESPN!

The Spartans (3-3, 2-0) are tied for second in the WAC standings with Fresno State (3-2, 2-0).

Kickoff is set 5:05 p.m., so get out of those high tech offices early and get over to support your Spartans for the most crucial game of the season.

This game is always a barn burner, and the stands will be packed with many loud mouthed Hawaii fans as usual. Let's not let the visitors from the islands take over "our house"!

This nationally-televised match-up with 16th-ranked Hawai'i (6-0, 3-0 WAC) on Friday, October 12th at Spartan Stadium will be under the "Friday Night Lights"! Don't miss this game and bring some friends to see the high octane action!

The house will likely be packed, so get there at least 45 minutes prior to kick off and be in the stands as the team enters the field on national television!

This is going to be fun!

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