Mountain West Championship - Hawai'i st Boise St. Dec 4, 2019 19:33:19 GMT -8
Post by DiamondThief on Dec 4, 2019 19:33:19 GMT -8
Welcome to SCtoC's presentation of the 2019 Mountain West Championship Game.
The Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors make their way to the Potato State to meet up with the Boise St. Broncos. The teams met back on October 12 at Boise with the Broncos coming away with a 59-37 victory which capped off a six-game winning streak to begin the season. Each team is coming off wins in their regular season finales; the Warriors defeated San Diego St. and the Broncos defeated Colorado St. Both teams are headed for bowl games over the next month. Those respective bowl match ups have yet to be determined.
In our game capsule below we've included broadcast information, as well as radio stream links to each team's home town broadcast. We've also included links to each team's official twitter account. Often those accounts will have interesting information, game updates and recap notes.
Times noted are pacific daylight time. Statistical leaders listed may not be available for this particular game due to injury or other circumstances.
What: The champions of the Mountain West's Mountain and West Divisions meet up for the conference championship.
When: Saturday, December 7 at 1 p.m.
Where: Albertson's Stadium; Boise, Idaho.
Warriors Radio Stream: ESPN 1420 Honolulu.
Broncos Radio Stream: KBOI.
2019 Records: Warriors 9-4 (5-3 MW West). Broncos 11-1 (8-0 MW Mountain).
Last Game: Warriors defeated San Diego St. 14-11. Broncos defeated Colorado St. 31-24.
Head Coaches (overall as HC): Warriors - Nick Rolovich (27-26 overall; 27-26 at Hawai'i). Broncos - Bryan Harsin (70-21 overall; 63-16 at Boise St.).
Warriors Leaders: Cole McDonald 131/190, 1629 yds, 17 TD, 9 int; Miles Reed 51 rush, 238 yds, 3 TD; Cedric Byrd 40 rec, 498 yds, 9 TD
Broncos Leaders: Hank Bachmeier 122/193, 1760 yds, 9 TD, 4 int; George Holani 147 rush, 870 yds, 7 TD; John Hightower 40 rec, 710 yds, 7 TD.
Twitter: Warriors * Broncos
Passing: Cole McDonald 278/429, 3401 yds, 29 TD, 13 int; Chevan Cordeiro 69/119, 907 yds, 8 TD, 3 int.
Rushing: Miles Reed 152 rush, 804 yds, 7 TD; Cole McDonald 80 rush, 398 yds, 6 TD, Fred Holly 52 rush, 292 yds, 2 TD.
Receiving: Cedric Byrd 91 rec, 1049 yds, 10 TD; Jared Smart 76 rec, 916 yds, 3 TD; JoJo Ward 55 rec, 906 yds, 11 TD; Jason-Matthew Sharsh 73 rec, 749 yds, 4 TD.
Total Tackles: Solomon Matautia 68; Khoury Bethley 66; Darius Mausau 53; Cortez Davis 50; Eugene Ford 47.
Sacks: Kaimana Padello 3; Andrew Choi 3.
Interceptions: Ikem Okeke 3; Solomon Matautia 2; Kai Kaneshiro 2.
Kicking: Ryan Meskell 58/58 XP; 8/14 FG.
Passing: Hank Bachmeier 122/193, 1760 yds, 9 TD, 4 int; Jaylon Henderson 64/104, 820 yds, 9 TD, int.
Rushing: George Holani 165 rush, 912 yds, 7 TD; Robert Mahone 84 rush, 413 yds, 6 TD; Andrew Van Buren 61 rush, 259 yds, 2 TD
Receiving: John Hightower 45 rec, 859 yds, 7 TD; Khalil Shakir 53 rec, 745 yds, 5 TD; CT Thomas 37 rec, 499 yds, 5 TD; Akilian Butler 27 rec, 313 yds, 2 TD.
Total Tackles: Riley Whimpey 62; Kekaula Kaniho 57; Nawahine Kekoa 51; Benton Wickersham 51; Jalen Walker 50.
Sacks: Curtis Weaver 13.5; Kekaula Kaniho 3.
Interceptions: Kawahine Kekoa 2; seven with 1 each.
Kicking: Eric Sachse 56/57 XP; 13/15 FG.
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