The University of Hawaii football team captured its first-ever Mountain West division championship this past Saturday, beating San Diego State, 14-11, at Aloha Stadium. The game turned out to be a defensive battle, and the Rainbow Warriors were up to the task, limiting the Aztecs’ ground game to just 89 yards. On offensive, Hawaii QBs Cole McDonald and Chevan Cordeiro each led a touchdown drive – McDonald in the first half and Cordeiro in the second. Next, Hawaii hosts Army this Saturday in their regular-season finale. Then it’s on to Boise, Idaho for the MW championship game against Boise State on Dec. 7.
Here are some images from the UH-SDSU game, courtesy of photographer David Croxford: