Hawaii's top two running backs average 6.2 yards per carry, but the Warriors average only 79.1 yards per game as a team because of the Warriors' dedication to the passing offense and the fact that yards lost to quarterback sacks count against a team's rushing total.
"We get done what we get done," Jones said.
The Warriors actually have a very good running game, Richt said, it's just disguised as a passing game.
"There are a lot of plays that they will shovel the pass forward," he said.
"There is a very high percentage group of plays that basically substitute for the running game. We might run a draw that goes for 8, he's going to shovel pass it. If you complete a pass for 4 or 5 yards, that doesn't look very fancy, but if you run the ball for 4 or 5 everybody gets jacked up, so why not just throw it?"