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SCORE: Hawaii 0, No. 13 Oregon 0, 2 p.m.
Official kickoff time is now 2:12 p.m.
Today’s inter-conference game between two polar opposite football programs will kick off at 2 p.m. at Autzen Stadium. While Oregon is enjoying lucrative success, sporting different uniform combinations each week, Hawaii is playing home games in a temporary facility while awaiting the promised construction of a replacement for Aloha Stadium.
The Rainbow Warriors are embracing the challenge of playing on the road against one of college football’s elite teams.
“It should be an awesome environment,” UH quarterback Brayden Schager said. “I know they’ll pack it. It’ll be pretty cool. It’s fun to play in those big games in front of a lot of people. That’s what you want to do.”
The Ducks lead the NCAA in scoring (59.5 points per game). In the Sept. 2 opener against Portland State, the Ducks scored on 12 of 13 possessions, including touchdowns on the first nine drives. They have not turned the ball over in 147 plays this season. Last week, inside linebacker Jeffrey Bassa’s 45-yard interception return for a touchdown capped an Oregon comeback against Texas Tech.
Hawaii is coming off a 31-20 win over UAlbany for its first win of the season.
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