The University of Hawaii football team rallied from a horrible start to defeat the Duquesne Dukes, 41-21, on Homecoming Night at Aloha Stadium. Let’s check out the plays from this one.
Army withstood Hawaii’s last-gasp final drive, holding on for a 28-21 win at Michie Stadium and dealing the Warriors their first loss of the season. Let’s break down the big plays and identify the stars of this game.
The Warriors remained undefeated with a 43-29 victory over the Rice Owls. Let’s break this game down.
Any thoughts of last week’s offensive outburst being considered a “fluke” vanished in UH’s 59-41 victory over Navy. Let’s take a closer look at this game.
The Warrior football team officially revived the Run & Shoot offense at Canvas Stadium yesterday, holding on for a 43-34 win. Let’s take a closer look at what transpired.
In less than 24 hours, UH opens with a Week Zero conference game against Colorado State in Fort Collins. The Warriors are 14-point underdogs, which I’m not surprised at.
As shown in part by my previous blog post, the original plan was to do a similar post for the defense. And then UH released their depth chart and I got slammed at work. So now today’s post will be my thoughts on UH’s depth chart.
It’s two weeks until we officially see the return of the Run & Shoot in an FBS game. Let’s see where the offense is at after two weeks of training camp.
The 2018 season is less than a month away, thanks to a Week Zero game in Fort Collins, and training camp officially started yesterday with roughly 105 players reporting. The coaching staff has tirelessly worked to fill needs for the 2018 season and potentially secure commits for 2019. Let’s take a closer look at these new players.
It’s about halfway into summer, which means just a few weeks until football season starts. The news has picked up with more roster changes and recruiting updates.
The spring semester is over and it is the slowest time of the year for college football news. But a walk-on earning a scholarship is always a feel-good story.