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Brigham Young Cougars celebrate after defeating the San Jose State Spartans in NCAA football in Provo on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017.


BYU (3-9) at Hawaii (3-8)



THE BASICS


Saturday, 7 p.m. MST

Aloha Stadium (50,000)

FieldTurf

Honolulu

TV: CBSSN

Livestream: CBS Sports Network

Radio: 1160 AM, 102.7 FM

Weather: Temperatures in the mid-70s with overcast skies and a chance of showers


THE STAKES


For Hawaii. . . The Rainbow Warriors are looking for a win on Senior Night and a much-coveted victory over rival BYU.

For BYU . . . The Cougars are looking to end a miserable campaign on a high note and avoid double-digit losses in a season for the first time since 1949.


THE TRENDS


For Hawaii . . . The Rainbow Warriors and Cougars have split their last eight meetings (4-4) at Aloha Stadium.

For BYU . . . The Cougars are 1-4 this season in true road games.


THE EDGE


Hawaii will win if . . . The Rainbow Warriors force turnovers and consistently convert on third down against BYU’s defense.

BYU will win if . . . The Cougars can get off to a fast start and establish a strong dominant game.


PLAYER TO WATCH


Diocemy Saint Juste, Hawaii running back. The 5-foot-8, 200-pound senior has rushed 270 times for 1,471 yards and seven touchdowns this season.


KEY MATCHUP


BYU offensive line vs. Hawaii’s front seven: Cougar freshman quarterback Joe Critchlow threw four interceptions and was sacked seven times last week against UMass. Can the O-line protect Critchlow from the Rainbow Warriors’ attacking blitz packages?


QUOTABLE


“Winning the last game of the season would be very important as far as recruiting and knowing that we can win again and not living the offseason in doubt, if we know how to win. It’s all in your head. It’s mentality. Ending the season with a win on Senior Night against BYU has the ability to send us off in the right direction hitting December and January recruiting and all the stuff that goes with it.” — Hawaii coach Nick Rolovich

“Senior Day didn’t go well for us this last weekend. But we have one last game to send our guys out as winners and just as important is trying to set the tone for next season. That’s the ultimate goal for us.” — BYU coach Kalani Sitake


NEXT UP


Saturday’s game is the season finale for both teams.


SCHEDULE


(All times Mountain)

Date Opponent Time/result

Aug. 26 Portland State W, 20-6

Sept. 2 vs. Louisiana State L, 27-0

Sept. 9 Utah L, 19-13

Sept. 16 Wisconsin L, 40-6

Sept. 29 at Utah State L, 40-24

Oct. 6 Boise State L, 24-7

Oct. 14 at Mississippi State L, 35-10

Oct. 21 at East Carolina L, 33-17

Oct. 28 San Jose State W, 40-21

Nov. 4 at Fresno State L, 20-13

Nov. 10 at UNLV W, 31-21

Nov. 18 UMass L, 16-10

Nov. 25 at Hawaii 7 p.m.