This Saturday at Aloha Stadium the Warrior football team will be back at home for the first time in a month taking on SMU. And for quarterback Timmy Chang it'll be a chance to get back on track. This season he's been bothered by a broken finger while throwing six interceptions in three games.
Despite Timmy Chang's troubles head coach June Jones is quick to point out that the Warriors are still 2-1 and four points away from being 3-0. He says Timmy Chang is his guy and he's sticking with him, something Chang appreciates.
Against the Mustangs Chang's looking to correct those issues. He knows there are people questioning him but he's blocking that out, trying to stay positive while looking for positive results.
But when it's all said and done the one Timmy Chang critic who speaks the loudest maybe the one Timmy always has to hea and that's Timmy Chang himself.
Nick Rolovich had a breakout game last year against the Mustangs. This year it's Timmy Chang looking to have a good game.