Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Season Prediction, What Will Happen
Just how fast can Hawaii get everything up and running?
All new coaching staffs have to deal with big changes, especially in the transfer portal. This is different.
Hawaii was hardly perfect and had a whole slew of problems last year, but it was still good enough to get to six wins and bowl eligibility – the team didn’t get a shot to play in the game.
The expectations aren’t going to be set at anything lower than a bowl game with a whole lot of fun and big stats with the passing game.
The schedule might help.
Set The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Regular Season Win Total At … 5.5
It will be Hawaii’s normal 13-game schedule, and as long as it gets to six wins – like last year – it should be able to get to a bowl. Considering all the changes, the trip to Michigan is an all but certain loss, and going to San Diego State and Fresno State are going to be tough. Throw in the home opener against Vanderbilt, too.
Duquesne should be a win, and beating New Mexico State on the road is a must. Considering UNLV should be better, that’s about it for the layups.
It’s Hawaii. Weird things happen to teams when they make the trip to Honolulu, so assume the Rainbow Warriors will somehow get to five wins. Getting that sixth – or seventh – will be a fight.