By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On December 24, 2016 at 6:38 pm EST
According to our whatifsports.com simulation, the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders will win the Hawai’i Bowl. The Blue Raiders defeated the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors, 54-12, at Aloha Stadium.
The Rainbow Warriors had 237 total yards in 24 minutes and 48 seconds in time of possession. The Blue Raiders had 540 total yards in 35 minutes and 12 seconds.
Blue Raiders quarterback Brent Stockstill had 358 yards. He also had four touchdown passes.
I’Tavius Mathers had 66 rushing yards and a touchdown. Terrell West had 64 yards, while Stockstill added 18 and J’Vonté Herrod contributed 16 yards and a touchdown. Richie James had 13 yards and Ruben Garnett had five yards.
James had 103 receiving yards and a touchdown. Patrick Smith had 85 yards and a touchdown, while Dennis Andrews had 69 yards and Mathers added 58 yards and a touchdown. Ty Lee had 23 yards, while Desmond Anderson had 18 yards and Herrod had two yards.
Rainbow Warriors quarterback Dru Brown had a 112 yards. He also had four interceptions.
Diocemy Saint Juste had 76 rushing yards, while Paul Harris had 21 yards and Steven Lakalaka had 20 yards. Brown also had eight yards and a touchdown.
Marcus Kemp had 66 receiving yards, while Dylan Collie had 20 yards and Saint Juste had 12 yards. Makora Camanse-Stevens had nine yards and Dakota Torres had five yards.
Jerrol Garcia-Williams and Tevarua Eldridge had a sack each for the Rainbow Warriors.
Shaquille Huff had a sack for the Blue Raiders. Myles Harges, Chris Brown, Michael Minter and D.J. Sanders each picked off Brown.
Mathers had a six-yard rushing touchdown and Anderson had a nine-yard touchdown reception in the second half. Canon Rooker also made four field goals.
Brown had a nine-yard rushing touchdown for the Rainbow Warriors.
The Blue Raiders had five first half touchdowns. Rooker also made a 33-yard field goal.
Hawai’i began the scoring with a safety at 10:39 in the first quarter for the 2-0 lead. Then, Rigoberto Sanchez made a 35-yard field goal for the 5-0 lead.
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