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University of Hawaii can’t overcome slow start in loss to Oregon State – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-12 02:32:00 –

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    Oregon wide receiver Zeria Beson scored a pass as Hawaii’s defensive back Cortez Davis tried to protect him in the first half of the NCAA college football match in Corvallis, Oregon tonight. I did.

Oregon State University scored on the first four possessions and never beat Hawaii 45-27 tonight at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Oregon.

Beaver (1-1) has used a balanced attack to beat Arizona and Beaver in Hawaii (1-2) for the third consecutive Pac-12 match since the start of the 2019 season. I lost to my opponent.

Quarterback Chance Nolan carried the ball 18 times with 171 yards and 3 scores, with an efficient 21-29 with 302 yards and two touchdowns.

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Baylor’s 66-yard run led Oregon 14-0, and Nolan found the Zeria season with a 6-yard touchdown with a 21-0 lead in the second half of the first quarter.

Hawaii began its third quarter 24-7 when quarterback Chevan Cordero was intercepted by Riley Sharp in his first play from Scrimmage.

Baylor then scored from a distance of 30 yards and advanced Beaver to the second half with two plays 31-7.

Cordero finished 23-48 with 331 yards and two touchdowns after failing to complete the pass in the first quarter.

Calvin Turner scored a total of 226 multi-purpose yards, including 106 receives, scoring three times, including a three-yard run at 10:28 in the fourth quarter, leading 38-27.

Baylor then cleared the game in the first to third TDs, limiting 15 plays and 90 yards of driving, which took more than 7 minutes in the fourth quarter.

Hawaiian linebacker Darius Muasau will be sent off with a targeting penalty in the third quarter and will miss the first half of the match against San Jose State University next week.



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