VIDEO: McDonald returns as ‘Bows prepare for BYU

After his most recent action of the season, Hawaii quarterback Cole McDonald shook hands with San Jose State quarterback Josh Love following a five-overtime 44-41 overtime win in San Jose. / Photo by Tony Avelar, Special to the Star-Advertiser

The Cole Train is back at the station.

Hawaii quarterback Cole McDonald was back in action at Tuesday’s team practice at T.C. Ching Field, participating in some drills and engaging with the media coming off his injury absence in UH’s 17-13 win over Wyoming at Aloha Stadium in which freshman Chevan Cordeiro stepped in to lead the team.

McDonald, Cordeiro and the rest of the Rainbow Warriors are now preparing to face BYU on Saturday in Provo, a place the program is winless in nine tries dating back to the WAC era.

Here’s a video summary of this morning’s practice and interviews with McDonald, coach Nick Rolovich and linebacker Jahlani Tavai, courtesy of the editing skills of the Star-Advertiser’s Diane Lee.

COMMENTS

  1. rob October 9, 2018 4:42 pm

    thank god we need this young man to lead the rainbow warriers to victory . Ive been a fan for over thirty years and to beat BYU has always been the big game. IMUA go bows


  2. Ipu Man October 9, 2018 4:55 pm

    198 views already on You Tube…


  3. Lowtone123 October 10, 2018 10:11 am

    UH 27 BYU 24


  4. A-House October 10, 2018 1:43 pm

    concerned how well the “young” OL will hold out at this point in the season.

    seems each game gets tougher and tougher — bigger/stronger/faster — is this the reason we see multiple penetrations into UH backfield the past 3 games?

    I do not recall a single OL substitution against Wyoming — will have to review the game again

    DL has multiple front 7 packages and makes it tough on the secondary if the DL/LB cannot pressure the QB

    12.5 points LV under dogs — was 15.5 — news of Cole the cause?


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