By Liz Chun
MANOA (HawaiiNewsNow) - As the Warriors crack the AP's top 25 poll at number 25, they do it as WAC champions. In less than 24 hours, 2 things happened to give Hawaii a share of the WAC title. First, Nevada upset Boise State and, 2nd, U.H. wrapped up conference play with a win over New Mexico State.
What's more, while claiming their big WAC championship in Las Cruces, a pair of Warriors re-wrote the U.H. record books in a big way; one by catching a ball, the other by running it.
We'll recap the Warriors 2nd highest scoring game of the season. Coach Mack breaks down the record day at New Mexico State as the Warriors celebrate Thanksgiving on the road with a title win.
Plus, we'll look ahead to what U.H. can expect from U.N.L.V..
And, in call of the Warrior, Kealoha Pilares explains how his tattoos are permanent reminders of what's important to him.
Plus, where will Boise State land in the polls after the Bronco's 5th WAC loss all time.