Bulldogs trample Warriors; Alexander hurt

By Jason Tang - bio | email

RUSTON, Louisiana (KHNL) - The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs ran all over the University of Hawaii football team on their way to a 27-6 victory. The 'Dogs racked up a season high 352 rushing yards, when they have averaged less than a hundred all year. La Tech running back Daniel Porter ran for 160 of those yards while adding two touchdowns.

The six point output was the lowest point total for the Warriors since scoring only three points against Boise State in 2004.

UH also lost their quarterback Greg Alexander with a minute left in the third quarter to what's being called a left knee sprain. Bryant Moniz replaced him for the rest of the game. Hawaii also failed to score a touchdown for the first time in 62 games. The Warriors return home on Thursday to prepare for their conference home opener against Fresno State on October 10th.

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