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    University of Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich

Nick Rolovich’s new University of Hawaii football coach’s show has the capability of reaching local, national and global audiences, according to Hawaii News Now general manager Rick Blangiardi.

Under a deal with Hawaii News Now, Rolovich’s show will air this season on Sunday nights at 10:30 on KGMB, Monday evenings at 6:30 on KHNL, up to eight times each week on the Fox College Sports Network, and stream on the internet.

“We’re very excited to have the opportunity to work with Nick Rolovich and his coaches, and play a role in helping to build the program,” Blangiardi told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser today.

Blangiardi said HNN sports director Collin Harmon will be the show’s host, and Taryn Hatcher and Ian Scheuring will be contributors.

Blangiardi said a video/reporting team will travel to each of the Rainbow Warriors’ seven road games this season.

Rolovich was hired as UH’s head coach in November, succeeding Norm Chow. Chow had a coach’s show for three years on OC Sports, which owns the local television rights to UH sports. Chow was not contracted for a show during the 2015 season.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

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