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How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Wed Sep 21, 2022 10:25 pm
by sarvicdar
How far has UH fallen?

Pretty low. You might say uncharted territory. That offense is absolutely horrendous. In every offensive category UH is near the bottom of the list, and I doubt it will get any better.

UH's opponent this week, New Mexico State, is listed as a 5 point favorite. Huh? When's the last time UH has played a 0-4 team that's a perennial loser and be listed as an underdog? GS.

Man, how things have changed.

New Mexico State has been the underdog in the last nine matches against UH and has lost all nine games, dating back to 2005. Now the teams the favorite. Again huh? And get this NMSU sits at #176 in the Sagarian rankings. The odds makers, I guess, has UH pegged or better yet has Shoe pegged as a loser. I do, too.

There was a time that NMST was a guaranteed win now the question might be can the Warriors win another game this season, which will be unlikely as UH will be the underdog in all of its remaining games.

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Thu Sep 22, 2022 1:21 am
by SundayJam
In other words, things are looking kinda grim?

Relax. We've been through some rough transitions the past three years. We've got a pretty good coaching staff with new key players. They gotta adjust the ambitious schematics to match the talent. That's all. NMSU is coming off a 66-7 loss to Wisconsin. Nobody from Hawaii is betting on the home team, so the odds-makers gotta sweeten the pot. A one score home-team advantage is typical for question mark match ups. Relax, we got this.

Sometimes, it's just not your night.

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Thu Sep 22, 2022 8:19 am
by dakineguy
LOL you can see the defense player grab his helmet when he realizes what he did. Things could be worse for us. We could be 0 and 4 like our upcoming opponents

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Thu Sep 22, 2022 3:02 pm
by My3Cats
Dang. That looks almost like the 3 turnovers that UH had prior to Duquesne.

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Sun Sep 25, 2022 4:13 am
by WarriorTyme
Timmy Chow 1st Year
Vandy 63-10 Loss at Home
Western Kentucky 49-17 Loss at Home
Michigan 56-10 Loss at Michigan
Duquesne 24-14 Win at Home
NMSU 45-26 Loss at NMSU- 1st Hawaii HC to lose to New Mexico State so badly!
Record 1-4

Norm Chow 1st Year
USC 49-10 Loss at USC
Lamar 54-2 Win at Home
Nevada 69-24 Loss at Home
BYU 47-0 Loss at BYU
San Diego State 52-14
Record 1-4

Fred Von Appen 1st Year
Boston College 21-24 Loss at Home
Ohio 21-10 Loss at Home
Wyoming 66-0 Loss at Wyoming
Boise State 20-14 Win at Home
Fresno State 20-0 Loss at Fresno
Record 1-4

Nick Rolovich 1st Year
Cal 31-51 Loss in Australia
Michigan 63-3 Loss at Michigan
UT Martin 41-3 Win at Home
Arizona 47-28 Loss at Arizona
Nevada 38-17 Win at Home
Record 2-3

June Jones 1st Year
USC 62-7 Loss at Home
Eastern Illinois Win 31-27
Boise State Win 34-19 at Home
SMU 20-0 Win at SMU
UTEP 33-3 Win at Home
Record 4-1

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Sun Sep 25, 2022 8:39 am
by sarvicdar

Last week-#162

After the NMST game-#178

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Sun Sep 25, 2022 8:56 am
by sarvicdar
UH's next opponent San Diego St. would likely be a 20 point favorite according to the Sagarian rankings. If that's the case bet on UH and take the points. Against NMST UH had its best offensive output of the season(400 some yards/32 minute TOP) despite going 4/16 on 3rd down. I think the bye week will allow the team to heal their wounds/psyche and improve the offense. If the offense can start converting 3rd downs it changes the entire complexion of the game.

Re: How Far Has UH fallen?

Posted: Sun Sep 25, 2022 9:19 am
by bigislandkurt
We might be the next Praire View A&M for a few years.