Hawaii football fans, are you ready for the 2023 season? Ready for the action on the gridiron? The Hawaii football schedule was released today via Twitter. Hawaii’s football program has been busy this off-season. Head coach Timmy Chang and his staff have been recruiting, conducting spring practices, and creating a plan for the season.
Hawaii football fans want the Rainbow Warriors to have a successful season. Hawaii went 3-10 in Timmy Chang’s first season. The Warriors also finished fifth in the Mountain West western division.
Week 1: At Vanderbilt (August 26)
Hawaii opens the season on the road against Vanderbilt. Last season Vanderbilt beat Hawaii 63-10 at home. Hawaii has a chance to flip the script and open the season with a win.
Week 2: Verse Stanford (September 1)
Hawaii’s first game at home comes against the Stanford Cardinals. Stanford is 3-0 against Hawaii. Both teams have struggled to win recently and will be hungry to start the season. Hawaii must beat Stanford to gain early momentum.
Week 3: Verse Albany State (September 9)
Hawaii stays at home to play Albany. Getting two home games should help Hawaii win. Fans will be excited to see Hawaii play Albany.
Week 4: At Oregon (September 16).
Hawaii heads to Eugene, Oregon to take on the Ducks. Hawaii hasn’t fared well playing in big games on the road. This matchup reminds me of Hawaii’s match against Michigan in 2022. Hawaii lost 56-10 in Ann Arbor. If Hawaii wins it would be considered an upset.
Week 5: Verse New Mexico State (September 23).
Hawaii lost to New Mexico on the road 45-26 in 2022. Hawaii gets an opportunity to redeem itself against a mountain west opponent.
Week 6: At UNLV (September 30).
Hawaii draws UNLV in week 6. Hawaii beat UNLV 31-25 in 2022. Hawaii can beat the Rebels with a good week of practice and their history with UNLV.
Week 7: Verse San Diego State (October 14).
Another week, another mountain west opponent. Hawaii has a chance to beat multiple mountain west opponents in a span of three weeks. I wouldn’t be surprised if Hawaii beats San Diego State.
Week 8: At New Mexico (October 21).
Hawaii gets on the road to take on the University of New Mexico. New Mexico went 2-10 in 2022. Hawaii shouldn’t overlook New Mexico and prepare for a good football game.
Week 9: Verse San Jose State (October 28).
Hawaii draws San Jose State at home. San Jose State went 7-5 in 2022. The Spartans have been one of the best teams in the Mountain West western division. Hawaii suffered a 27-14 loss in its 2022 season finale. Beating San Jose State would help Hawaii during the last quarter of the season.
Week 10: At Nevada (November 4).
Hawaii beat Nevada 31-16 in 2022. Nevada is rebuilding and will be ready for Hawaii. Hawaii can help its bowl game chances with a win over Nevada.
Week 11: Verse Air Force (November 11).
Hawaii returns home to take on Air Force. Air Force leads the series 14-7-1 against Hawaii. Air Force likes to run the ball so the game will come down to who wins in the trenches.
Week 12: At Wyoming (November 18).
Hawaii travels to Laramie, Wyoming for an important week 12 contest. Hawaii lost 27-20 to Wyoming in 2022.
Week 13: Verse Colorado State (November 25).
Hawaii finishes its season with a home game against Colorado State. Hawaii lost 17-13 to Colorado State in 2022. No matter Hawaii’s record at this time, a win helps Hawaii end the season on a high note.
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