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On College FootballA hustle play in Hawaii showed why you always play to the whistle — a lesson Oklahoma, Georgia and the Big Ten champ should heed no matter how long the odds get.ImageClemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence looks to pass during the first quarter of the game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.CreditCreditAdam Hagy/USA Today Sports, via ReutersPublished Aug. 30, 2019Updated Aug. 31, 2019, 6:17 a.m. ETWhen the ball was snapped late Saturday night in Honolulu to Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate from the Hawaii 31-yard line, there were 10 seconds left and the visitors trailed by a touchdown. Hawaii’s Manly Williams focused on his assignment. He lined up over the center, looped around to his left and did his best to keep the dynamic Tate in the pocket.But Tate escaped up the middle and took off, breaking outside before cutting back to the middle to avoid a tackle. At the 10, he eyed a path to the goal line.As Tate charged ahead, preparing to take on one last defender, Williams — a 6-foot-2, 245-pound senior who answers to Pumbaa (his older sister nicknamed him after “The Lion King” warthog when he was born) — plowed into Tate at the same time as safety Kalen Hicks, bringing Tate down at the 1 to end the game.It was an unlikely reward for Williams, who reached Tate at the end of a 40-yard, straight-line sprint.“I just thought to myself it’s the last play of the game — I’ve got to sell out,” Williams said in a phone interview. “I was lucky and blessed. It was a good thing I ran.”The play sealed Hawaii’s 45-38 upset, one of two nationally televised games that kicked off the college football season, which will begin in full force over a long Labor Day weekend. Williams’s effort play created a ripple on social media, though he learned this secondhand — he does not have a Twitter account. It also resonated with coaches around the country — including Louisville’s Scott Satterfield and Clemson’s Dabo Sweeney — w

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