K5 The Home Team Presents Three UH Warrior Football Specials - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News Now, Local Programming

K5 The Home Team Presents Three UH Warrior Football Specials

Honolulu (KHNL) - K5 The Home Team and KHNL News 8 wrap up the University of Hawaii's tremendous Warrior football season with three reflective specials, KHNL/KFVE General Manager John Fink announced today.  The trio of specials, bannered with "The Greatest Season," will air on K5 The Home Team.

The Greatest Season:  Undefeated
Tuesday, December 18, 2007 7 PM
Replay Saturday, December 22 at 9:30 PM

The Greatest Season:  Sugar Bowl Preview
Monday, December 31, 2007   7 PM
Replay Tuesday, January 1, 2008 at 2 PM

The Greatest Season:  Post-Game Show
Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Approx. 7:30 PM

The first special, "Undefeated," will highlight the greatest moments of a perfect season, spiced with players and coaches interviews, plus exclusive footage and feature stories. 

The second special, "Sugar Bowl Preview," showcases the team, the fans and the magic of Hawaii's first trek to a BCS Bowl Game.  KHNL News 8 Anchor Howard Dashefsky and Sports Director Jason Tang travel to New Orleans, La., to preview the sweetest game of the year.

Last, but probably the most energized, will be the "Post-Game Show" right after the game ends.  Dashefsky and Tang will bring home all of the emotion, the color and the pandemonium of the big game from the Big Easy! 

"New Orleans may be the home of the renown Mardi Gras, but for the fans of Hawaii, this game will be one of the biggest events in local sports history.  For those that can't be there, K5 and KHNL are proud to bring it home to our viewers through these specials and extensive news coverage during the week leading up to the game," said Fink.

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