Hawaii vs Army Live Stream: Watch College Football Online, Team News

The Hawaii vs Army game is one of the more frenziful games that we are going to witness this season. Two teams with different strategies lined up against each other in a situation where one would do anything to win. The Army Black Knights host the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and this time they need to up their game even more if they want to score a win. The game is up for 11:00 AM EST later today and is going to be happening at the Michie Stadium in West Point, New York.

How to watch:

Date and Time: September 15th, 2018 11:00 AM EST

Venue: Michie Stadium


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Hawaii Team News

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors are on a spree. They are currently 3-0. Whoever has been through those games knows that they can beat the next opponent as well. The Rainbow Warriors have an amazing offense that is hard to stop when in full swing. The Hawaii team will be banking on that very fact this game as well.

The Rainbow Warriors need to keep their momentum going. If they play well this game as well and get a 4-0, it will be extremely healthy for the team and from a media point of view.

Army Team News

Army (as well as Navy) have been on a slump at best. Their win against Liberty Flames was not as inspiring as we would expect. Currently 1-1 into the game, if they want to make a statement, this is the time. But winning against the Rainbow Warriors will be tough, anyone can see that.

So, what they need to do is revamp their game and play with more force. They don’t need to stop the Hawaii offense, but have a good offense of their own. They need to do more rushing, even more than their last winning game. This will make sure the Hawaii offense is not something so hard to counter.

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