Colt Brennan's 5 Picks Can't Stop Hawaii

Associated Press Published: October 6, 2007

Without fear of Jackson in the backfield for most of the first three quarters, the Warriors were opportunistic against Idaho's redshirt freshman quarterback Nathan Enderle, who completed just 15 of 34 passes for 186 yards, but also threw five interceptions.

Idaho pulled even at 7-7 midway through the first quarter when Eddie Williams took a reverse 18 yards for a score. Brennan then was intercepted by Breyon Williams on Hawaii's next possession.

Leonard quickly reversed the momentum, jumping Enderle's short pass and returning it 40 yards to put the Warriors up 14-7. After an Idaho three-and-out - one of five in the first half - Brennan took one of his few shots downfield, hitting Malcolm Lane in stride for a 41-yard TD.

Brennan added a 24-yard scoring pass to Bess for a 28-7 lead, but was twice intercepted deep in Idaho territory. Newberry quickly made up for Brennan's second pick, jumping Enderle's sideline throw and returning it 24 yards for a score, his second interception of the half.

Tino Amancio kicked field goals of 50 and 49 yards for the Vandals, and Williams caught a 35-yard TD from Enderle late in the fourth quarter.

Hawaii now has just two mainland trips remaining this season, both for Friday night games.

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