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Halftime stat sheet..."He has thrown for 7 TDs?"

Hawaii hosted UC Davis this weekend.  At halftime it was 49-0 Hawaii.  

We can only imagine head coach Greg McMackin looking over the stat sheet trying to find something to use as further motivation for a strong second half..."wait, Moniz threw for 7 TDs already?  Sit him down."

Yes, Bryant Moniz threw was 30-40 for 424 and 7 TDs in the first half....also ran 5 times for 50 yards.  

We figured rather than show you some highlights, you might enjoy seeing the Haka Chant more.

 

Just go down, go down, no, no, don't throw it...

Dabo's got his guys 4-0 and they have some quality wins.  Couldn't have done it without the play of quarterback Tajh Boyd who has been very good.

Through 4 games, Boyd has completed 65% of his passes for nearly 14 yards per completions, has thrown 13 touchdowns vs. only 2 interceptions...

The Tigers won their game this weekend vs. Florida State so we're sure Boyd has been able to chuckle at least about the play you are about to see...

 

Monday TV

Prepare yourself for a week full of ESPN references to Muschamp vs. Saban; but first we've got MNF tonight.

All times Eastern.

NFL:

Redskins at the Cowboys - 8:30 - ESPN

College:

None

High School:

None

Update on New Mexico's opening

Yesterday Mike Locksley was relieved of his duties as head coach at New Mexico and associate head coach / defensive coordinator George Barlow will serve as interim head coach for the rest of this season.  

There will be typical speculation, including some very prominent names, over the next few weeks.  We'll speak with the guys involved and keep you posted.

In the meantime, we took a look at the historical records of previous New Mexico coaches...

The last head coach to have a .500 overall coaching record was Joe Morrison who coached the Lobos from '80-'82 (yep, that's 30 years ago). Prior to him, a young man named Marv Levy last did it in '58-'59 when he won 14 of 20 games as head coach.  

In more recent memory, Rocky Long was just under .500 in 11 seasons ('98-'08) and Dennis Franchione was also just under .500 in his 6 seasons ('92-'97). 

Great punt return design

Anyone else catch this from yesterday's Bears / Packers game?

Bears are down 10 late in the 4th quarter.  Packers are punting from mid-field.  

Bears line up with two men on each gunner.  From here, we'll let you watch it on the video; but keep your eyes on the far outside defender lined up against the left gunner on the Packers.

Credit Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub for this one.  

 

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