The UNLV Rebels and the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors are set to clash in a Mountain West showdown at 4:00 p.m. ET this Saturday at Allegiant Stadium. The timing appears to favour UNLV, with the team riding a three-game winning streak at home, while Hawaii has struggled, enduring eight consecutive losses on the road.
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- When: Saturday, September 30, 2023 at 4 p.m. ET
- Where: Allegiant Stadium — Paradise, Nevada
- TV Channel: Spectrum PPV
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Hawaii football Preview
Coming to the game, UH has lost its last eight road games dating back to last season, including four straight Mountain West road games.
However, UH is coming to the fixture after securing a 20-17 win last week over New Mexico State in Honolulu, where kicker Matthew Shipley booted a 24-yard field goal as the Warriors out-scored the Aggies 17-0 in the second half, improving to a perfect 7-0 all-time against them in Honolulu.
That was the first time UH shutout an opponent in the second half since November 2019, when they won 21-7 over UNLV.
In that game, UH’s defense allowed a season-low in points (17), with the NM State running just 47 total plays. Also, Wynden Ho‘ohuli recorded his first career sack with a third-quarter takedown of NMSU’s Diego Pavia.
Hawaii Team Notes
UH is posting 332.8 total yards per game on offense this season (106th ranked) and giving up 367.4 total yards per game (72nd ranked).
Warriors rank 41st in the FBS (271.8 passing yards per game) and 66th defensively (225.2 passing yards allowed per game).
Hawaii’s defense has been a bottom-25 unit on third down this season, allowing a 46.2% third-down conversion percentage (25th-worst in the FBS). On the other side of the ball, it ranks 104th with a 46.2% third-down rate.
Also, the Rainbow Warriors sport a bottom-25 turnover margin this season, 22nd-worst at -4.
UH has lost the turnover battle in three of five games this season and had equal turnovers in the other two. The Warriors are 9-of-15 (60.0%) on fourth-down plays this season. They have two rushing TDs on the season, both by quarterbacks.
UH ranks No. 127 of 130 FBS teams in rushing offense (61.6 yards/gm). Warriors suffered its first fumble loss of this year last week when QB Brayden Schager lost possession on a rush late in the third quarter.
Koali Nishigaya scored his first touchdown last week against NM State with a 3-yard catch in the fourth quarter.
UNLV Rebels (3-1, 0-0 MW) defeated UTEP 45-28 last week in El Paso, Texas, where they rushed for 306 yards and generated 497 yards of total offense in the victory.
UNLV is totaling 384.5 yards per game on offense (76th in the FBS) and ranks 102nd on the other side of the ball with 409.3 yards allowed per contest. With 276.3 passing yards allowed per game on defense, UNLV ranks 16th-worst in the FBS.
Rebels are totaling 194.5 rushing yards per game on offense (34th in the FBS). On the other side of the ball, they rank 69th, giving up 133 rushing yards per game.
Hawaii has won 4 out of their last 7 games against UNLV.
- Nov 19, 2022 – Hawaii 31 vs. UNLV 25
- Nov 13, 2021 – UNLV 27 vs. Hawaii 13
- Dec 12, 2020 – Hawaii 38 vs. UNLV 21
- Nov 16, 2019 – Hawaii 21 vs. UNLV 7
- Nov 17, 2018 – Hawaii 35 vs. UNLV 28
- Nov 04, 2017 – UNLV 31 vs. Hawaii 23
- Nov 07, 2015 – UNLV 41 vs. Hawaii 21