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USC, service academies on Warriors' 2013 football schedule

By Ferd Lewis

LAST UPDATED: 04:01 p.m. HST, Apr 11, 2013

The University of Hawaii football team will play back-to-back road games at Utah State and Navy in November and play three of its five games that month on the road, according to the schedule announced today.

The Warriors will play the Aggies Nov. 2 and then head to Annapolis, Md., for a Nov. 9 non-conference game.

UH will play its most popular road game, Nevada-Las Vegas, Oct. 12 in Las Vegas.

The Mountain West Conference previously announced UH's home and road conference pairings but not the dates.

Announcement of the schedule was delayed by the addition of two new members, Utah State and San Jose State, and the addition of a new TV partner, ESPN.

The Warriors, who will play a 12-game schedule, will have open dates after their Sept. 7 game at Oregon State and following the UNLV game.

** 2013 UH football schedule **

Aug. 29 — Southern Cal

Sept. 7 — at Oregon State

Sept. 14 — (open)

Sept. 21 — at Nevada*

Sept. 28 — Fresno State*

Oct. 5 — San Jose State*

Oct. 12 — at UNLV*

Oct. 19 — (open)

Oct. 26 — Colorado State*

Nov. 2 — at Utah State*

Nov. 9 — at Navy

Nov. 16 — San Diego State*

Nov. 23 — at Wyoming*

Nov. 30 — Army 

* Mountain West Conference game

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billybob_76 wrote:
Tuff start to the season, will an 0-5 start chase fans away?
on April 11,2013 | 11:51AM
OldDiver wrote:
This is why Ben Jay said was complaining to Norm Chow on who made the out of conference schedule a couple of weeks ago on the radio. Chow's rely was, "It wasn't me".
on April 11,2013 | 12:03PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
billybob - 0-5 might bring about low turnout but this being Chow's first FULL year to recruit, evaluate and experiment in practice I am hopeful that we will not be 0-5. Last year's sad sad predictable offense is likely to be a bit less droll with a new OC who is familiar with pro style offenses and has a liking for spread attacks and a QB coach that has a preference for pass heavy offenses. If they have any influence on the game plan it will be much improved especially if Kaumeyer can also get his defense working, I'm hopeful for some exciting games.
on April 11,2013 | 04:00PM
gsc wrote:
If this Football Team has a winning record against these opponents , Give the Coach Chow a BONUS !
on April 11,2013 | 11:57AM
allie wrote:
Service Academies are weak. Utah State? Umm..looks easy again
on April 11,2013 | 12:26PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
No bonus absolutely not. But new OC (likes spread attacks) and QB (prefers pass heavy offenses) coaches present the possibility of a slightly more interesting offense. If Kaumeyer can get his defense off the ground then MAYBE we might see a winning season. I'd settle just for a more exciting one. ALL-LIES terminal doltishness aside MAYBE we might see signs of life from this team. Has anyone setup a pool on whether ALL-LIEs next job is going to be behind the counter at a 7-11 or McDonald's?
on April 11,2013 | 01:32PM
allie wrote:
I just tell the truth. We need a much more challenging schedule to garner respect and cred.
on April 11,2013 | 01:51PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
ALL-LIE it's been so long since you told the truth it is impossible for you. If you were concerned about prestige of the sports program maybe you should attend USC a top 25 school, but wait...I don't believe the accept folks with your lack of talent and academic aptitude...sorry. But I guess we could upgrade our sports programs if we stopped wasting funding on "special" high maintenance "students" like yourself.
on April 11,2013 | 03:09PM
Rok888 wrote:
Allie will probably post that the schedule is soft again....or he will find something else to complain about. People like that are just angry at the world...
on April 11,2013 | 12:06PM
allie wrote:
on April 11,2013 | 12:26PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
ALL-LIE sounds like livestock giving birth.
on April 11,2013 | 01:34PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
Rok - no ALL-LIE is not angry at the world, just angry at everyone that has more potential and motivation than him, which translates to just 98% of the people in this world...that's NOT everyone. There are still a FEW people in this world with less potential than ALL-LIE...most of them however are probably relatives of his.
on April 11,2013 | 03:18PM
Anonymous wrote:
Allie's a dude? Wow.
on April 11,2013 | 04:05PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
where have you been Rumplestiltskin?
on April 11,2013 | 04:31PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
sorry wrong fairy tale...Where have you been Rip Van Winkle?
on April 11,2013 | 05:05PM
kiragirl wrote:
Wow! Rough schedule transpires into another losing season. Hope I am wrong. Go Bows!
on April 11,2013 | 12:17PM
entrkn wrote:
That would be, "GO WARRIORS!"
on April 11,2013 | 12:41PM
slink wrote:
I've been a season ticket holder for many years. I remember sell outs and fans chanting GO BOWS back and forth, making the stadium echo and the opponents shake (well, maybe not shake, but at least it was easy to do, say, and hear!) I support the WARRIORS, but see nothing wrong with getting the stadium chant back. I wish someone on air would encourage a return to GO BOWS! Maybe we, bloggers, can get it started and at the first game, before the kick-off, we start. Against USC, it may be the only time we'll get everyone's attention. How about it?
on April 11,2013 | 03:19PM
kennie1933 wrote:
Well, unless our offense becomes a little more prolific, it is a tough schedule. "Billybob" says an 0-5 start. Probably. But also remember that UNLV pounded us at their place two years ago, and that was still a run-and-shoot McMackin team. CSU looked to be an easy win last year, but we shot ourselves in the foot, and they beat us. Utah State has improved tremendously, and Navy and Army are option teams that we have shown we cannot defend. SDSU is always in the hunt in the MWC. The only unknown is Wyoming because we did not play them last year. Hopefully, our new OC has some great plays up his sleeve and our defense improves by leaps and bounds.
on April 11,2013 | 12:30PM
entrkn wrote:
Doesn't Wyoming have the worst accommodations in the NCAA?
on April 11,2013 | 12:40PM
Morimoto wrote:
Not sure about that but it's gonna be freezing in November up there. Not sure our players can stand the cold.
on April 11,2013 | 01:56PM
mishtah wrote:
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on April 11,2013 | 12:59PM
Morimoto wrote:
I get your point but your sarcasm is getting old fast.
on April 11,2013 | 01:52PM
usc wrote:
So UH starts the season 0-3 and all the "fans" bail. (that's what you get starting the season playing two PAC-12 teams) Then they go 8-4 on the season because they don't have a single tough game after playing OSU but all the UH "fans" start thinking they deserve to play join the PAC-12. Can't wait to hear all you Warrior fans telling anyone who'll listen how the PAC-12 should invite UH to join.... LOOK AT THE COMPETITION! It's the reason UH will have a pretty good season (by UH standards)
on April 11,2013 | 01:00PM
walaau808 wrote:
USC - bunch of overrated crybabies...
on April 11,2013 | 01:13PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
walaau true USC is grossly overrated in the upper tier of D1, remember we don't have their budget and never will and we will do well to become a good mid-major with an occasional break into one the MAJOR bowls. Does that mean you can't enjoy a good close high spirited game or two (which I hope we'll see this year)? If you REALLY HAVE TO latch on to a TOP tier team go follow Alabama (where I went to graduate school), LSU or any SEC school that's where the pecking order starts, everyone else plays for 3rd or below including the PAC-12. I'm contented to go to UH games and watch my neighbors kids or their relatives playing and if UH is not playing and I'm not doing anything I'd go watch one of the high school games.
on April 11,2013 | 01:50PM
allie wrote:
USC is not a good academic school
on April 11,2013 | 01:52PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
ALL-LIE aka high school dropout posing as a UH Co-Ed. Wrong again. But then, how could anyone expect an absolute dolt like yourself to make an intelligent statement? http://tiny.cc/rtkevw
on April 11,2013 | 02:56PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
BTW ALL-LIE you never told everyone which of the 2 job offers you were going to accept...working the counter at 7-11 or at McDonald's?
on April 11,2013 | 02:57PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
usc - true usc is a great school but one of the criticisms of the PAC-12 schools is that none of them play TOP tier teams outside of their conference. If prestige is so important to you as to the team you will support I'd look elsewhere as outside the SEC everyone else plays for 3rd or worse. If you enjoy watching some of your neighbors kids or relatives playing ball, then going to UH games is where it's at.
on April 11,2013 | 03:36PM
bigislandkurt wrote:
Be happy if we win 5.
on April 11,2013 | 01:11PM
dlum003 wrote:
Am i the only person in Hawaii who's tired of getting kicked around by USC? Why won't UCLA play UH once, they scared? How about getting on the horn with Texas, Baylor, LSU, Florida, Arkansas, etc. Mix it up a little. Army, Navy, AFA? C'mon now. No wonder nobody goes to these games ... so redundant.
on April 11,2013 | 01:24PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
Yes you are...time to contemplate sepuku
on April 11,2013 | 05:23PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on April 11,2013 | 01:28PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
well maybe the last few games of the season was an indicator that Chow's outlook was changing...after all he began sneaking in spread tactics into his schemes and hopefully the hiring of an OC that likes spread concepts is an indicator that he's willing to at least try moving in that direction. Kaumeyer still needs to get his defense off the ground also but they've had a year now to play around with his system.
on April 11,2013 | 05:28PM
frontman wrote:
I can see 6 losses before a win.
on April 11,2013 | 01:30PM
Morimoto wrote:
The schedule, compared to all D-1 programs isn't really that tough. I'd say at the end of the year UH's schedule is ranked in the lower half (below 60) of all D-1 schools. We'd better have more wins than last year or else I'd be severely disappointed.
on April 11,2013 | 01:55PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Looks like a fairly interesting schedule to me. If we get some breaks this could attract some attention and reverse the debbie downer effect of last year's misery. Go Rainwarriorbows.
on April 11,2013 | 03:00PM
false wrote:
There is a reason Norm Chow did not become a head coach earlier.
on April 11,2013 | 03:22PM
frontman wrote:
UH will be 0 - 5 before they go to Las Vegas and that gaame is no give me. UH could be 0 - 6 out of the gate.
on May 23,2013 | 11:08AM
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