LOGAN -- Coming out of the inbounds play, Hawaii's Zane Johnson promptly smacked Utah State point guard Brockeith Pane into the press row, causing a replay TV to take a fall and Pane to have a closer-than-anticipated meeting with the advisor of the Utah State University newspaper.For guard Preston Medlin, it didn't matter. After all, his team's two-game losing streak, halted with a 77-72 win over Hawaii Thursday night, hurt a lot more than any pain inflicted by the Warriors."They're definitely as physical as anybody we've played this season," said Medlin, who led all scorers with 25 points on 13 of 14 shooting from the free-throw line. "We expected that all week. They are pretty tall and pretty wide."