HONOLULU — Most visitors to Hawaii leave with warm memories of the island paradise. And then there’s UNLV’s football team.The last time the Rebels set foot in Honolulu — where they’ll play Hawaii on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium — they suffered one of the most gut-wrenching losses in school history in a 37-35 defeat to the Rainbow Warriors in 2014.“I don’t want to remember that,” said UNLV senior linebacker Tau Lotulelei, one of eight Hawaiians on the team. “That’s one game I don’t like thinking about.”The Rebels trailed 24-14 in the fourth quarter before quarterback Blake Decker came off the bench to lead a comeback. He threw three touchdown passes, including an apparent game-winning one with 15 seconds left that gave UNLV a 35-31 lead… Next »

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