Hawaii wide receivers Greg Salas, Kealoha Pilares, and Royce Pollard all had big games as the Warriors rolled on UNLV. Pilares led the charge with 157 yards and a touchdown, Salas added 94 yards and two scores, and Pollard had 95 yards and a score of his own.
Hawaii wide receiver Greg Salas caught almost 200 yards against New Mexico State as he finished the game with 10 catches for 191 yard and a score.
San Jose State couldn't keep Kealoha Pilares or Greg Salas from going over 100 yards receiving and barely kept Royce Pollard from doing so. Pilares lead the team with nine catches for 154 yards and a score, Salas had eight catches for 144 yards and a score, and Pollard had four grabs for 97 yards and a score.
In a display of constantly getting open and sheer consistency, Hawaii wide receiver Greg Salas had 11 catches for 168 yards against Idaho as the Warriors rolled.
Greg Salas had yet another big day as he hauled in a team highs in catches with nine and yards with 160 while also reaching the endzone once.
Hawaii receiver Greg Salas did not pull in any scores against Nevada but he was again the favorite target of his quarterback, Bryant Moniz. Salas finished the game with 11 grabs for 153 yards. Fellow receiver Kealoha Pilares only saw eight catches for 67 yards, but two of his catches went for scores.
Hawaii receiver Greg Salas enjoyed a lot of attention from quarterback Bryant Moniz as he reeled in nine catches for 148 yards and all three passing touchdowns.
Hawaii wide receivers Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares were unstoppable against Louisiana Tech. Pilares caught 18 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns while Salas was not far behind with 10 catches for 197 yards and two scores of his own.
Hawaii wide receiver Greg Salas finally reached the end zone against Charleston Southern as he caught seven passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns.
Hawaii receivers Kealoha Pilares and Greg Salas each posted more than 100 receiving yards in a loss to Colorado. Pilares had 111 yards and a score on five catches, and Salas caught a team-high 10 balls for 100 yards.
Hawaii wide receiver Greg Salas hauled in a game high eight passes for 124 yards but was held out of the end zone.
Hawaii offensive coordinator Nick Rolovich believes that his top receiver, Greg Salas, could have an even bigger year than his 106-catch season last year. When asked if he thinks Salas will repeat that performance, Rolovich said "I think he can. I don't know if he will, but I think he'll be a better receiver this year."
Hawaii assistant head coach Ron Lee has resigned and that has peaked the interested of the originator of the run-and-shoot and former Hawaii coach, Mouse Davis. Davis has expressed an interest in the job as sono as it is available.
According to Hawaii head coach Greg McMackin, slotback Greg Salas is going to be used as a deep safety in 'Hail Mary' and red zone situations.