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  Cole McDonald and Miles Reed led Hawaii's ground game and an expected passing mismatch failed to materialize as the Rainbow Warriors beat New Mexico 45-31 on Saturday. Behind quarterback McDonald, Hawaii (5-3, 2-2 Mountain West Conference) entered the game with the country's third-leading passing attack with 359 yards per game. New Mexico is ranked 130th and last in NCAA FBS statistics, allowing 348 yards per game.

While McDonald certainly was effective through the air, completing 17 passes for 237 yards that included a touchdown, it was the Rainbow Warriors ground game that came up big with 255 yards. McDonald led the way, gaining a career-best 140 yards with two TD runs. Reed added 97 yards rushing and a touchdown. "It's an added element we haven't used a whole lot this year, but I thought, you saw his speed," Hawaii coach Nick Rolovich said. "I thought their plan early on was not to let us throw it. I had a hunch we might have to run the ball a little more." In his first game of the season, Kumoku Noa had four catches for 120 yards and a touchdown for the Rainbow Warriors. - Hawaii/AP College Football


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