Last year, Brennan and June Jones completed their careers in Hawaii with a perfect regular campaign and a trip to the Sugar Bowl, receiving a recommended rating in our own version of Consumer Reports.
Under Armour is providing the Hawaii football team with a new look for a new era.
But the company’s impact extends beyond the Warriors’ redesigned gameday uniforms.
Greg McMackin is no stranger to change. In fact, the two are probably pretty good buddies by now.
Close to four decades in the coaching business have taken McMackin from one coast to another, making stops in 10 states while never spending more than five years in any one spot.
Tough year ahead. Starting with SEC powerhouse Florida, the schedule is full of potential hazards.
McMackin era begins with huge challenge against perennial SEC powerhouse Gators.
Warriors must be wary of Wildcats returning to familiar surroundings.
Offense should be strong, but Beavers must rebuild their defensive dam.
Spartans hope return of Davis and depth make up for graduation of star power.
Louisiana Tech strives for consistency in Dooley’s second season as head coach.
Bulldogs have bite to match their bark and are favored to win the conference title.
Affable Johnson set to run angry as Broncos attempt to regain conference supremacy.
Nevada has the offensive weapons to make a leap and join the conference elite.
Aggies hope the agony is over as youngsters of 2005 and 2006 are now veterans.
Holbrook and Williams at the controls of WAC’s prevailing air show this season.
Vandals have plenty of room for improvement in Akey’s second season.
Former Cougar tries to turn around Washington State on and off the field.
Bearcats bring back plenty after great year, but quarterback Mauk’s appeal is denied.
The players competing to replace Colt Brennan know how large a shadow he casts.
QB is not the only position facing upheaval; four prolific pass-catchers must be replaced.
Rushers are expected to play a larger role under McMackin than they did under Jones.
There is plenty of movement around center John Estes, the heart of the Warriors’ blocking unit.
Last year’s depth is expected to make for a smooth transition.
With three starters from last year gone, competition has been spirited.
Hawaii’s corps includes two of the conference’s top defensive players.
Dan Kelly headlines a unit that may be the Warriors’ most stable.
Once in a lifetime. That was the reasoning.
Savings accounts looted, mortgages extended, jewelry pawned.
And that was just to pay Herman Frazier to take a hike.