HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii didn't hand out any game balls to its playmakers. But Coach Mack says Wright Jackson would get a game ball and so would defensive back Spencer Smith, who was in the hospital the entire day before the game, with an infection.
And the other would go to the receiver with the least stats.
"Kealoha Pilares did not have one catch but he graded out higher than any receiver because of his run blocking, because of his unselfishness of running down the football field.
Our receivers played their best game.
A lot of that run was because they were blocking and they were running their guys off. I mean running full speed down the field, you see Jovonte one time, he's 40 yards down the field and puts his hands up and keeps running and the guy's running right with him so the offensive unit really played as a team," said Coach Mack.
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