Colt Brennan now shares a record he certainly didn't want.
Instead of letting Brennan's "weird and crazy" day become a factor against a lesser opponent, No. 19 Hawaii showed it's more than just the star quarterback's right arm.
Adam Leonard and Myron Newberry returned interceptions for touchdowns and Hawaii overcame a school-record five interceptions by Brennan as the Warriors routed Idaho 48-20 in Moscow, Idaho.
Hawaii improved to 5-0 2-0 in the Western Athletic Conference for the first time since 1981, when the Warriors started 7-0 and moved up to 16th in the rankings, the highest in school history.
"I just had a different, crazy day," said Brennan, who was mobbed by a small gathering of Warriors' fans after the game looking for autographs. "What's awesome is everyone else just showed how good our team really is."
SAN JOSE ST. 34, UC DAVIS 14: At San Jose, Calif., Adam Tafralis passed for 330 yards and four touchdowns to lead San Jose State. Kevin Jurovich caught seven passes for 135 yards and two TDs for the Spartans (2-3), who had no trouble moving the ball despite playing without injured running back Yonus Davis for the fourth straight game.
NEW MEXICO STATE 20, ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF 17: At Las Cruces, N.M., Chase Holbrook threw for 246 yards and Paul Young kicked a 37-yard field goal with one second remaining to give New Mexico State a victory. The Aggies (3-2) put together their game-winning drive after safety Derrick Richardson intercepted a tipped pass in the end zone with 2:53 to play.
FRESNO STATE 17, LOUISIANA TECH 6: At Fresno, Calif., the Bulldogs won their conference-opener after being down 6-0 at halftime and despite their quarterback completing only eight of 22 passes.