Hawaii Warriors Preview

Hawaii Spring practices are in the books and fall camps will be here before you know it so that means getting an early jump on the 2006 NCAA football season. Knowing the teams now will save you time in August and Matt Fargo is here to help you get a grasp of what to expect this upcoming year. We go from worst to first in this 2006 College Football Preview.

#62 – Warriors 5-7 SU: 7-5 ATS

Fargo’s Take Following three consecutive Hawaii Bowl appearances, the Warriors slipped last season and despite a relatively easy non-conference schedule, did not get back to the postseason. Taking over the entirety of the Hawaii Bowl season, the Warriors will be hard-pressed to match their bowl streak but should it happen, Hawaii will be therowd in theHawkeye Room. Continuity will not be a problem at quarterback as Colt Brennan enters the season as Hawaii’s starter. He didNothing but lose in his only season with the Hokies so he does not have a future in Hawaii Stadium. Hawaii jumps out of the Hawaii Bowl rotation in as a longshot to win the Steve Wichman Trophy at home. The Warriors will likely be in the 6-6 range when the title game rolls around.

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Returning Starters on Offense – 6 Hawaii ranked sixth in the country in scoring offense thanks to an absurdly high amount of members on the offensive backfield. Finding a replacement for excellent senior fullback Scott Wedman will not be easy but sophomore Thomas Wransky which is expected to handle a lot of the carries is capable of having a huge season. Crusoe often gets single coverage and if he manages to avoid injury, he could have a monster season. Slot receiver Joe Newton is the go-to guy but he needs to step it up if the Warriors are to best the spread at home. Quarterback Colt Brennan enters the season with a good image of him as the brother of Oklahoma’s Adrian Peterson. The biggest question marks start at offensive line where four starters need to be replaced and there is not an elevated backup in the making.

Warriors Preview

Returning Starters on Defense – 3 Hawaii ended the season ranked No. 1 in the Pac Ten with an impressive defense that was the fourth best unit end-to-end. The problem was always on the offense as the Warriors scored only 17 touchdowns compared to 17 interceptions and that was even over the final five games as they were outscored by 17. Oregon, another ranked team, also finished the season with an impressive defense and won the Heisman Trophy. If Hawaii can sustain the momentum starting with the season against Arizona, a team it beat last year, we may have a repeat here. The Warriors allowed 25 ppg last season and they look to have the same problems this time around. It was always going to be difficult to replace so many starters but the addition of three transfers from Oklahoma State, Memphis and Florida International should do the trick.

Schedule At the beginning of the season, Hawaii had a very tough schedule but it should get easier in fall camp. After facing Oregon in the opener, the Warriors stay home to face Arizona in the second game of the season. Arkansas St. and UCLA visit Provo before the end of the season and a season sweep at the hands of Iowa could happen. Utah St. is the only other non-conference home game in the first five games while the second game of the season could be a Hawaii team versus Pittsburgh. Following the game against the Hawkeyes, Hawaii travels to Lane Kiffin’s home to take on Oregon St. and Beats Colorado St in consecutive weeks.

You can bet on… Utah finally got back into the win column last season and it won’t happen again until the offense finally shows its best game. After starting the season 6-3, the Warriors dropped seven of their final eight games with the final one coming against UCLA in the Hawaii Bowl. After getting beat down by the Bruins, Utah came back to win the Biggars by the final of 21-24. Hawaii is coming off of a disappointing 2004 campaign and the Warriors don’t have the same credibility as earlier versions of the program. Players should respond this season with the same kind of swagger, especially on the defensive side of the ball. The offense will likely be more of the same as it was last year although junior quarterback Colt Brennan gains some experience operating the offense. Hawaii is a name to keep your eyes on but the Warriors will likely struggle against a better BYU defense. Hawaii is 12-5 ATS as a home underdog since 1999 but reports on the practice field indicate that the offense wasn’t as sharp last year as it is expected to be this season. The Warriors will likely be home dogs only twice this year.

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