Posted with permission, article and pictures, courtesy of University of Hawaii Manoa
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The University of Hawai’i football team played its first road game of the season, falling at No. 4 Michigan 56-10 Saturday night at Michigan Stadium. The Rainbow Warriors dropped to 0-3 on the young season, its first such start since the 2013 season.
After a one-hour weather delay, the teams took the field and Michigan stormed out of the gates. The Wolverines scored on their first three drives, including a touchdown on just its second play from scrimmage when J.J. McCarthy found Hawaii native Roman Wilson for a 42-yard scoring strike.
In all, Michigan scored on five of its first six drives and built a dominating 42-0 lead at the half. Michigan out-gained UH 410-47 with 240 yards in the air and 170 on the ground.