HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Fresno State sophomore quarterback Zack Greenlee threw for six touchdowns, Fresno State racked up 455 yards of offense, and the Bulldogs defeated Hawaii 42-14 on Saturday at Aloha Stadium.
Greenlee, who distributed 5 of his 6 touchdown passes to different receivers, finished the night with 285 yards passing on 20 completions. Hawaii quarterback Max Wittek replaced starter Ikaika Woolsey in the second half, throwing for 153 yards and two interceptions on the night.
The Rainbow Warriors outgained Fresno State on the ground, rushing for 192 yards on the night behind 126 from Paul Harris, but were outmatched in terms of total offense by the Bulldogs, which also ended the night without having turned the ball over.
The Rainbow Warriors committed four turnovers, including a third interception that was thrown by Woolsey.
Makoa Camanse-Stevens paced the Warriors receiving core with 63 yards and a touchdown, the first of his University of Hawaii career. Marcus Kemp added 5 catches and 105 yards for the 'Bows.