Rainbow Warriors, BYU are set to play in Hawaii Bowl
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By The Associated Press
Hawaii (9-5, Mountain West) vs. BYU (7-5, Independent), Dec. 24, 8 p.m. ET
Hawaii: WR Cedric Byrd II, 91 receptions, 1,049 yards, 10 touchdowns.
BYU: QB Zach Wilson, 2,108 yards passing, 11 touchdowns passing, one rushing TD.
Hawaii: Nick Rolovich, who led the Rainbow Warriors to nine wins and a West Division title, is the program's first conference coach of the year since June Jones in 2007.
BYU: The Cougars have passed for more than 200 yards in 14 straight games, the longest streak since 19 games in a row across the 2007-08 seasons.
BYU 49, Hawaii 23 (Oct. 13, 2018)
Hawaii: This is the ninth time since 2002 that the Rainbow Warriors are playing in the Hawaii Bowl. This will be their 15th bowl overall.
BYU: The Cougars have won eight of their last 12 bowls and will be playing in their 37th postseason game.
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Updated December 8, 2019