Defense breakdown: Hawaii

Linebackers Kenneth Brinson, Cole Christiansen and James Nachitgal and defensive backs Javhari Bourdeau, James Gibson, Jaylon McClinton, Max Regan and Elijah Riley made all 45 snaps in a 28-21 win over Hawaii.

Army played just four reserves – defensive lineman Jacob Covington, defensive back Cameron Jones, defensive end Edriece Patterson and linebacker Joe Stephenson.

Turnovers created: 0

Third-down defense: Hawaii converted 1-of-7 chances.

Defensive penalties: 1. (Roughing the passer, James Nachtigal, 15 yards)

Hawaii 3-and-outs: 3

Hawaii starting field position: Hawaii 21. The Rainbow Warriors started four of their 10 drives inside their own 16-yard line.

Hawaii plays of 20 yards or more: 5 Receiving (John Ursua 80 yards, TD, Cedric Byrd 50 yards, Devan Stubblefield, 35 yards, Marcus Armstrong-Brown, 21 yards, Jojo Ward, 20 yards).

Here’s a breakdown: (45 defensive snaps as charted off replay):

* CB Javhari Bourdeau (45 snaps): 1 tackle, 3rd career start
*LB Kenneth Brinson (45 snaps): 6 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 tackles for loss, 35th career start
*LB Cole Christiansen (45 plays): 2 tackles, 1 pass breakup, 16th career start
*S James Gibson (45 snaps): 1 tackle, 20th career start
*S Jaylon McClinton (45 snaps): 4 tackles, 16th career start
*LB James Nachtigal (45 snaps): 5 tackles, 1 sack, 1 tackle for loss, 13th career start
*S Max Regan (45 snaps): 1 tackle, 7th career start
*CB Elijah Riley (45 snaps): 3 tackles, 19th career start
*DE Wunmi Oyetuga (39 snaps): 14th career start
*NT Ray Wright (39 snaps):1 tackle, 12th career start
S Cameron Jones (22 snaps): 2 tackles
*LB Chandler Ramirez (16 snaps): 2 tackles, 3rd career start
DL Jacob Covington (9 snaps): 1 tackle
DE Edriece Patterson (9 snaps): 1 tackle
LB Joe Stephenson (1 snap)
* – starter

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