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7-7, 2nd in MW - West
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Mountain West ties for most G5 wins

New Mexico, San Diego State, Hawai'i and Air Force won bowl games to give the Mountain West a 4-3 bowl record. No other Group of 5 conference earned more wins.

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Hawaii rallies past Middle Tennessee to win Hawaii Bowl (1:23)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawai'i beats Middle Tennessee State 52-35 on its home field in Hawai'i Bowl. The ViewFromVegas is the Rainbow Warriors did it as 7.5-point underdogs and +250 on the money line. The game went over the betting total of 70 points. Favorites have won 10 of the 14 bowls so far, but underdogs lead 10-4 ATS. Unders dip to 9-5.

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Hawai'i coach happy for his players after bowl win (1:36)
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Hawaii's 52 points are season high

Dru Brown throws a dart to the corner where Dylan Collie holds it out just past the pylon as he's getting tackled for the touchdown. The Rainbow Warriors lead the Hawaii Bowl 52-35 in the fourth quarter.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawai'i's 52 points are a season high.

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Lee scores quick TD for Blue Raiders

Brent Stockstill throws a short pass to Ty Lee who takes it in the end zone from the outside for an easy touchdown.

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'Unga scores straight shot TD

Dru Brown throws a 12-yard dart up the middle into the end zone where Metuisela 'Unga was wide open to score his second touchdown of the game. Hawai'i leads 45-28 in the end of the third quarter.

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Hawai'i delivers awesome fake punt play

Hawaii special teams seriously impressed on this play. On fourth-and-3, the Rainbow Warriors lined up in a confusing formation where Makoa Camanse-Stevens threw to Ammon Barker for a 21-yard reception.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawai'i's Nick Rolovich is coaching with reckless abandon on this drive. After that fake punt, he calls another fourth down throw. His team converts and scores. The Warriors are playing away from tendency in their first bowl game since 2010, and it's working.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawai'i just executed one of the nuttiest fake punts ever: The Warriors lined a second player up behind their punter, and required a 20-plus yard diagonal long snap -- followed by a perfect throw -- to convert.

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Middle Tennessee closes gap with TD

Brent Stockstill throws to Dennis Andrews in the end zone, and he reaches to get the grab and keep hold of the ball for the touchdown. Middle Tennessee trails Hawaii, 38-28 in the third quarter.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Here comes Middle Tennessee: The Blue Raiders rank No. 12 nationally with 317 pass yards per game, so brace for plenty of throws as they attempt to mount a comeback at Hawai'i. It's 38-28 after an MTSU touchdown.

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Brown heaves one into end zone for TD

Dru Brown throws a 39-yard bomb downfield to Marcus Kemp for another Hawai'i touchdown. The Rainbow Warriors lead 35-21.

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Nick Rolovich Halftime Interview (0:32)
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Lee pushes into end zone to trim Hawaii lead

Brent Stockstill throws a short pass to Ty Lee, who sneaks it in up the right sideline into the end zone for the touchdown. Middle Tennessee ends the Rainbow Warriors' scoring streak to cut the deficit to 28-21.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawai'i averaged 26.5 points per game this season -- 35 in the first half in this bowl against MTSU.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

We have fireworks: Hawai'i QB Dru Brown was too nonchalant as he ran out of bounds, so MTSU LB Darius Harris drilled him. Brown didn't appear to be out of bounds, but officials flagged Harris anyway, and they also flagged Hawai'i players for leaving their bench area in retaliation.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Middle Tennessee offense ranked No. 16. Hawai'i defense ranked No. 115. But so far, the Warriors' defense has risen to the occasion with two picks and a fourth down stop.

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Hawaii scores 28 unanswered points

Middle Tennessee State QB Brent Stockstill throws deep and is picked off by Hawaii's Trayvon Henderson, who takes it 68 yards to the house. Hawaii leads 28-14.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Bowl games break trends: Hawai'i was ranked No. 121 nationally in turnover margin, but the Warriors are +2 in the first half against Middle Tennessee -- including that pick six which has made it 28 unanswered points for them.

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Henderson high-steps his way in with a pick-six (0:19)

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