VIDEO: Rainbow Warriors prepare for Duquesne

John Ursua accounted for all three of Hawaii's touchdowns at Army. / Photo by Bryan Bennett, Special to the Star-Advertiser

The Hawaii football team is hungry coming off its 28-21 loss at Army. UH is in preparations for a homecoming meeting with FCS opponent Duquesne at Aloha Stadium this Saturday.

The 2007 Sugar Bowl team will be honored at the game.
Head coach Nick Rolovich, defensive back Ikem Okeke and receiver John Ursua weigh in.

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  1. Chicken Grease September 18, 2018 11:45 pm

    Heh. McInnis covering football now—how’s the view in the outside, ehy? 🤗 🏀🏈

    Well, football Warriors, how do you handled this weekend? Pretty much gotta guarantee the win; but it certainly is a different feeling “winning” feeling going into Saturday. Overscoring—which would be defined, in this case, oh, just about the SAME three TDs ahead tgat Hawaii SHOULD have had over Army—would seem much too contrived, as would a “close game” with Due-ka-nesque-ee.

    How does one gain excitement for this game. A nap during the game might be in order. Wake me when (if? 🤔) Hawaii wins . . .


  2. H-Man September 19, 2018 11:13 am

    John Ursua says they aren’t taking Duquesne lightly. The team is primed to come out with all guns blasting and the defense puts in another solid game. Should be a fun night.


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