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Hawaii beats UT Martin 41-36

HONOLULU (AP) Ikaika Woolsey threw for 205 yards and four touchdowns on Saturday night and Hawaii outlasted UT Martin 41-36 after a back-and-forth contest.

Hawaii (1-2) took the lead for good on Woolsey’s 63-yard pass to Marcus Kemp with 6:43 left and stopped UT Martin’s last offensive series with the help of back-to-back sacks and Jalen Rogers’ interception to seal it.

The Skyhawks (0-2) rallied with back-to-back touchdowns – including a 79-yard punt return by Londell Lee – in the middle of the fourth quarter to lead 36-35, though they failed on both two-point conversion attempts.

Hawaii rolled off three straight touchdowns to lead 35-24 early in the fourth after UT Martin led 24-14 on Jaimiee Bowe’s 26-yard run early in the third quarter.

Kemp finished with 103 yards receiving and three TD catches and Diocemy Saint Juste had 16 carries for 92 yards and a touchdown.

Bowe had 113 yards rushing and Ben Axline caught three passes for 104 yards and a score for the Skyhawks.

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