The University of Hawaii football team is looking to rebound from last week's defeat.
Hawaii head football coach June Jones was obviously not happy with his team's 28-20 loss at Nevada over the weekend. The Bows were able to move the ball against the Pack, but then fell apart inside the 20 scoring just two touchdowns the entire game.
On defense the Warriors had a tough outing, especially in the second half.
Nevada sealed the game on Saturday with dominating 3rd quarter. The Pack held the ball for 12 and a half minutes, including a mammoth 18 play, 92 yard drive that put the baby to bed. But according to head coach June Jones, the Warrior problems are fixable because they're mental and not physical.
And Hawaii's problems with execution wasn't limited to just the defense. So now it's back to the drawing board for the Warriors as they open the home schedule against Rice. Knowing what needs to be adjusted on defense, offense and on the sidelines.
The Bows did have that home game against Montana, but the Rice game will be their first in Halawa. The Warriors and Rice Owls at 6:05 this Saturday in the stadium,10:00 o'clock on K5 The Home Team and live webcasted.