Negatives would be positives for the Warriors in the aftermath of last night’s 28-7 loss to San Diego State.
The Warriors are hoping for negative results from medical tests on center Asotui Eli, left guard John Wa‘a and right guard J.R. Hensley. All three starters did not finish the game.
The Warriors also will seek to solve the least productive offensive output (195 yards) in Rolovich’s 10-year coaching career.
“Our executing on third down (2-of-14) was bad,” Rolovich said.
On average, the Warriors needed 8 yards to convert a third down. They averaged 1.9 yards per third-down play.
The Aztecs also took advantage of UH’s missed opportunities. A dropped interception, a face-mask penalty in the red zone and a missed safety led to three touchdowns.