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The University of Hawaii football team hit the road for Reno this afternoon for Saturday’s Mountain West Conference opener against Nevada.
Despite being medically cleared from a concussion suffered in a car accident 2-months ago and having participated in practice over the last 2-weeks, senior receiver Billy Ray Stutzmann was not on the team’s travel roster.
As for the Rainbow Warriors that are on the road, Saturday serves as a golden opportunity to make an early statement in the MWC.
The Wolfpack enter the game 5-and-1 all-time at home against UH with the all-time series being 9-8 Pack.
Kick-off is set for Saturday, 2:05 p.m. Hawaii time on pay-per-view.
Nevada still listed as 10-and-a-half point home favorite.