Saturday, September 29, 2012
Video: Two players in BYU-Hawaii game carted off field
Two players from the University of Hawaii football had to be carted off the field during their game at Brigham Young University on Friday. Both incidents stemmed from helmet-to-helmet collisions.
The first injury occurred just three minutes into the first quarter when Warriors defensive tackle Geordon Hanohano tumbles to the ground after receiving a blow from a Cougars offensive lineman.
The next injury occurred midway through the first quarter when fellow defensive tackle Siasau Matagiese also had to be escorted off the field after taking a hit to the head.
All in all, it was a tough night for Hawaii as BYU rolled on to a lopsided 47-0 victory. It marked the first time that the Warriors had been shutout since October 3rd, 1988, which spanned 182 straight games.