HONOLULU (Ticker) -- It may be happening too late for anyone to notice, but Nick Rolovich is putting up some astounding numbers.
Rolovich threw for a school-record 505 yards and five touchdowns, leading Hawaii to a wild 52-30 victory over Air Force.
Last week, Rolovich passed for 500 yards and a school-record seven TDs in a 52-51 victory over Miami of Ohio. On Saturday, he completed 30-of-46 passes while eclipsing his own mark for passing yards.
Rolovich got going in the first quarter, hitting Channon Harris for a 19-yard score that gave Hawaii (8-3) a 14-0 lead. He added a 53-yard touchdown toss to Ashley Lelie for a 24-7 halftime advantage.
Lelie also had TD receptions of 47 and 76 yards, helping the Warriors build a 52-24 advantage. Lelie finished with nine catches for 285 yards and increased his total for the season to 17 touchdowns.
Chad Owens scored on a 110-yard kickoff return and Rolovich hit Craig Stutzmann for a two-yard TD.
Air Force (5-6) suffered its third straight loss, despite amassing 552 rushing yards. Quarterback Keith Boyea led the ground attack with 132 yards. Dan Shaffer added 101 and Chance Harridge 88.
Rolovich has completed 204-of-353 passes for 2,818 yards and 26 touchdowns.
The game featured 1,175 yards of total offense as Air Force held a 603-572 edge.