It’s the biggest University of Hawaii football game at Aloha Stadium since Nov. 23, 2007, the night the Rainbow Warriors dethroned Boise State as the Western Athletic Conference champions. Tomorrow night, it’s Hawaii vs San Diego State, with a berth in the Mountain West Conference championship game on the line.
At first glance, UH and the Aztecs seem to be polar opposites: Hawaii is an offensive juggernaut, putting up more than 35 points a game, while SDSU averages a pedestrian 20.4 points per contest. The Aztecs defense, however, allows only 13.points per game, while the Rainbow Warriors’ D surrender an average of 33 points per game.
Here’s a look at Hawaii vs San DIego State, by the numbers:
|Overall Season Record||7-4||8-2|
|Points Per Game||35.8||20.4|
|Points Allowed Per Game||33.7||13.7|
|Offensive Yds. Per Game||491.9||336.4|
|Defensive Yds. Per Game||431.4||270.0|
|Passing Yds. Per Game||340.7||194.6|
|Rushing Yds. Per Game||151.2||141.8|
|Passing Yds. Allowed Per Game||234.4||204.2|
|Rushing Yds. Allowed Per Game||197.0||65.8|
|Kickoff Return Avg.||23.3||22.7|
|Punt Return Avg.||5.9||7.0|