Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Football Tickets
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Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Football Schedule
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Hawaii football is Hawaii football - a lot of travel, a lot of points, and a lot of fun. Sometimes, a lot of wins are included in the mix, and this could be one of those seasons. Of course, even if it isn’t one of those seasons, the yards on the stat sheet and the points on the board should be enough to keep fans entertained all throughout the year. If you are looking for Hawaii football tickets, we have them for you.
The Hawaii Warriors roster is highlighted by guys who are sure to pile up a lot of yards, mostly through the air. Junior quarterback Bryant Moniz leads the aerial assault, with wide receivers Greg Salas, Kealoha Pilares, and Rodney Bradley as his primary targets. Running back Alex Green provides a spark out of the backfield, both on the ground and (of course) as a passing outlet for Moniz. This unit is going to score points in bunches, and if the defense can keep the Warriors in games, it can be a memorable season, especially if you get your Hawaii tickets from GoTickets.com.
The Warriors defense often gives up just as many points as the offense scores, but this year just might be different. With a strong secondary, led by safeties Mana Silva and Spencer Smith and cornerbacks Lametrius Davis and Jeramy Bryant, Hawaii might be able to hold opponents to a low enough point total to start piling up wins as well and be a contender in the WAC.
The Hawaii Warriors schedule brings plenty of exciting opponents to Honolulu, and with the long flight and distractions of Hawaii often causing the away team to show up with less-than-their-best, plenty of upsets could be in line this year. The season opens at Aloha Stadium on September 4th against a USC team that is in serious transition mode, and at in October, Louisiana Tech (October 2nd), Nevada (October 16th), and Idaho (October 30th) will make the long trip across the ocean. The Warriors close out the season with a home game against UNLV (December 4th), and this game could be the one that catapults Hawaii into postseason play. Now is the time to get your Hawaii Warriors tickets.
Hawaii Warriors tickets are always worth the purchase, and we have you covered. Whether Hawaii wins or loses, they are sure to put up points on the board, and fans are sure to be provided with some ultimate college football entertainment.