Trouble in paradise

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Trouble in paradise

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A second-half comeback came up short, as ULM falls to the Rainbow Warriors of Hawaii 28-26.

Hawaii got on the board first with a 12-yard touchdown run by Warrior running back Paul Harris.

Harris rushed for over 166 yards and one touchdown on the night.

The Warhawks answered with a 30-yard field goal by Craig Ford after a 10-play drive that began on their 24 -yard line.

The Warriors built on their lead in the second quarter adding a touchdown through the air and on the ground.

Midway through the quarter Warrior quarterback Ikaika Woosley took it for an 8-yard scamper into the endzone.

A sack and intentional grounding penalty on ULM’s next drive set Hawaii up near midfield on their next drive.

The Warriors capitalized and drove 56 yards for their second touchdown of the night.

ULM had the answer and put together an 84-yard, 8-play scoring drive to close out the half.

The drive culminated in a 3-yard touchdown pass from Earnest Carrington to Xavier Brown to cut the deficit to 21-10 at half.

Coming out of the half, the Warriors struck right away with Woosley rushing it in from six yards out.

The Warhawks responded with a field goal from 25 yards out.

Later in the quarter, ULM would score again to close the gap further.

A 30-yard Carrington run led to a 13-yard Ajalen Holley touchdown reception.

After their next two drives ended in punts, ULM drove down the field in a drive starting at their own 18.

After going 65 yards the Warhawks failed to get it into the end zone from 15 yards out.

The Warriors got it on a turnover on downs but fumbled on their 17-yard line.

The fumble was returned into the end zone by Lorenzo Jackson for a ULM touchdown.

The Warhawks were unable to convert the 2-point conversion and the game ended in a 28-26 Warhawk loss.

The team faces Pistol Pete and New Mexico State Dec. 5 in their last game of the year at home in Malone Stadium.