Site: Aloha Stadium (50,000) Honolulu, Hawaii
|Colors||Black, Gold and Gray||Green, Black and White|
|Head Coach||John Mumford (interim)||June Jones|
|Conference||Conference USA||Western Athletic|
|Record in 2002||1-11||10-4|
|Offense set||One-Back Multiple||Run and Shoot|
|Key Players||QB Zac Dahman, WR Clint Woodey, ILB Brian Hill||QB Timmy Chang, WR Chad Owens, LB Travis LaBoy|
Last meeting: First meeting
Army Hawaii stat comparison
Hawaii Strengths and Weaknesses
The Warriors have a strong passing game led by Junior signal caller Timmy Chang. Chang has thrown for over 357 yards per game, with over a 60% completion rate. The Wahine average 31 points per game, but allow their opponents to score an average of 30 points per game. This should prove to be an offensive showdown as the Black Knights try to fire up their offense.
Hawaii has a shaky run game only averaging 90 rushing yards per game. Look and see Army try to take away the Warriors powerful passing game and make them resort to their weak rushing game.
LINKS:Official Army Football Site
Official Hawaii Football Site