Colt Brennan and Tyler Graunke celebrate after a Dan Kelly field goal put Hawaii ahead by 2 points with 11 seconds left in the game
RENO, Nevada (KHNL) -- Daniel Kelly drilled a 45-yard field goal with 11 seconds left to give 13th-ranked Hawaii a 28-to-26 win at Nevada.
Kelly's second field goal of the game allowed the 10-and-0 Warriors to remain one of just two unbeaten teams in major college football, Kansas being the other.
Hawaii played all but two snaps without quarterback Colt Brennan, who was knocked out cold in last weekend's game. Brennan was cleared to play, but June Jones opted to use backup QB Tyler Graunke while giving his Heisman Trophy candidate an extra week off before facing Boise State.
Graunke ran for a touchdown and threw for two others with no interceptions. He hit Ryan Grice-Mullen for a 22-yard TD to put Hawaii ahead 25-20 early in the fourth quarter.
Nevada took its last lead when Luke Lippincott ran five yards for a touchdown with 8:37 remaining.