There hasn’t been much to cheer about for Rainbow Warriors fans over the past few years, but Hawai’i beat MTSU in last night’s Hawai’i Bowl thanks in part to a wild third-quarter fake punt that was as much a victory for long snapping as it was playcalling.
The college football season starts this Friday, with Cal playing Hawaii in Sydney, Australia. It will be the first college football game played in Australia since 1987, and with the Aussies busy with rugby and cricket, they’re not much of a football country. Cal offensive lineman Aaron Cochran and kicker Matt Anderson…
Hawai'i football broadcaster Robert Kekaula got a dig in on Fresno at the end of Saturday's game against Fresno State, signing off by calling the California city "the armpit of America." Tuesday, Kekaula apologized for his accurate description.
Ikaika Woolsey's 20-yard touchdown pass to Marcus Kemp on the final play of the game gave Hawai'i a two-game winning streak and a 37-35 win over conference rivals UNLV.
Hawai'i running back Willis Wilson was found dead off of a beach in O'ahu Saturday after being reported as missing earlier in the day.
The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors now have awesome uniforms to match their revived name. They'll be wearing these throwbacks for Saturday's "Retro Night" game against San Diego State. There are rainbows all over the place, along with the old logo used from 1982-1997. Sweet.
This is almost not fair. Hawaii quarterback Taylor Graham is listed at 6'5", 235. He has five inches and 35 pounds on his prey, USC cornerback Kevon Seymour. Still: head on a swivel, Trojans.
Hawaii has abandoned a plan to neuter one of the best nicknames in college sports. For the first time in 13 years, Hawaii football—and the rest of the university's men's teams—will be the Rainbow Warriors.