How to watch Nevada-Hawaii (plus bonus links!)

Nevada takes on Hawaii on Saturday.

The Nevada football team plays at Hawaii on Saturday night looking to snap a two-game skid. Here is where you can watch or follow the Wolf Pack as it takes on the Rainbow Warriors (hint: Nevada Sports Net!).

Nevada (3-4, 1-2 MW) at Hawaii (6-2, 3-0)

When: Saturday, 9 p.m. (Pacific time)

Where: Aloha Stadium (capacity 50,000)

Surface: FieldTurf

Weather: High of 84; low of 75

TV/Radio: Spectrum Sports PPV (Nevada Sports Net locally)/94.5 FM

Online: WatchStadium app

Betting line: Hawaii by 3; total of 67

All-time series: Nevada leads, 13-9

Last game: Nevada 35, Hawaii 21 (Oct. 7, 2017 in Reno)


And here is all of our coverage from this week in case you missed anything.

Weekly columns

Murray's Mailbag: Must Nevada beat Hawaii to reach a bowl game?

1,000 Words: Observations from Nevada basketball media day


Jeff Casteel, Jason Kaufusi spark Nevada's turnaround while mourning fathers

Nevada heads to Marc Ma's hometown looking to honor fallen teammate

Nevada-Hawaii: Position preview and prediction

Three keys to the Nevada football team beating Hawaii

The dozen need-to-know quotes from Nevada's Hawaii press conference

Murray's Mountain West rankings: Top teams hold serve


Nevada picked to win Mountain West, but not in unanimous fashion

Wolf Pack lands first 2019 commit in Eric Parrish, ex-Akron player

Which MW team has the longest streak of alums in the NBA?

The 25 best Mountain West basketball players this season


Prep football rankings: High Desert League title on the line?


Nevada Sports Net to broadcast marquee doubleheader Saturday

Nevada's game at Hawaii will air on Nevada Sports Net


Murray's AP Top 25: More top teams go down

Video interviews

Former Nevada baseball player, Bachelorette winner Garrett Yrigoyen stops by

NSN Daily: Hawai'i head football coach Nick Rolovich on the show

TMCC launches athletic department; meet director Tina Ruff

Meet Nevada star golfer Joey Vrzich

Meet Nevada women's volleyball coach Lee Nelson

Help wanted: How to become a NIAA high school sports official with Chris Healy

Hear from Ian Russell as Reno 1868 FC heads to Salt Lake City for first round of playoffs

Nevada softball coach Josh Taylor stops by NSN Daily

NSN Daily: Former Nevada Linebacker Jake Lacaden stops by in Hawaii

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