Diocemy Saint Juste had school-record 39 carries for 202 yards and two touchdowns to help Hawaii snap a four-game skid and beat San Jose State 37-26 Saturday night.
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Maryland leads special-teams standouts
It was an ugly day in many ways, but the Terrapins shined in the third phase, posting near-perfect efficiency with the help of a 100-yard kickoff-return TD. TCU, Central Michigan and Hawai'i rounded out the top four.
Ty Gangi accounted for five touchdowns, Kelton Moore became the first Nevada player to rush for over 200 yards in a game since 2012 and the Wolfpack beat Hawaii 35-21 Saturday night for their first win of the season -- and the first career win for...
Nick Stevens threw four touchdown passes and Michael Gallup had eight receptions for 212 yards and a score to lead Colorado State past Hawaii 51-21 on Saturday night.
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These 10 wide receivers have been added to the Biletnikoff Award watch list: Darren Andrews, UCLA; Deontay Burnett, USC; Darren Carrington II, Utah; N'Keal Harry, Arizona State; Steve Ishmael, Syracuse; Gary Jennings, West Virginia; Denzel Mims, Baylor; David Sills V, West Virginia; John Ursua, Hawaii; Caleb Wilson, UCLA.
Linebacker Cassh Maluia intercepted a tipped pass in overtime, giving Wyoming a 28-21 win over Hawaii Saturday night.
Brown leads the way in receiving
Ole Miss sophomore A.J. Brown is atop the nation through two weeks with 389 receiving yards, just 23 yards short of his entire 2016 total. Hawai'i's John Ursua and Marshall's Tyre Brady made the top five mostly on the strength of one outing, as Ursua put up 272 yards on Aug. 26, and Brady tallied 248 on Saturday.
Mountain West rushers leading the way
Three Mountain West backs rank among the nation's top five rushers through two weeks, with Hawai'i's Diocemy Saint Juste leading the way. Navy's Zach Abey is the only QB on the list, while Bryce Love has the fewest carries (30) of the five, averaging 11.3 yards per rush thus far.
Josh Rosen was 22 of 25 for 329 yards passing and found Darren Andrews for three of his career-high five touchdown passes as UCLA defeated Hawaii 56-23 on Saturday.
Saint Juste paces rushing leaders
Hawai'i RB Diocemy Saint Juste's 280 rushing yards rank No. 1 among college football rush leaders. Georgia Tech QB TaQuon Marshall comes in at No. 2 after racking up 249 of the Yellow Jackets' 535 rushing yards in their double-overtime loss to Tennessee. Zach Abey, Trayveon Williams and Damarea Crockett round out the top five.
Breneman top in receiving yards
UMass WR Adam Breneman leads college football with 305 receiving yards at the end of Week 1. Ole Miss' A.J. Brown comes in third, but paces receivers among Power 5 schools with 233 yards.
CSU's Stevens No. 1 in passing yards
Colorado State QB Nick Stevens paces college football's passing yards leaders heading into the second week of the season. Oregon State's Jake Luton is the highest-ranked Power 5 QB on the list at No. 4.
Diocemy Saint Juste rushed for 202 yards and one touchdown on 25 carries and Ryan Tuiasoa added two 1-yard scoring runs to help Hawaii beat Western Carolina 41-18 Saturday night.