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About the Hawaii Warriors
The Hawaii Warriors are the athletic teams of the University of Hawaii. The university belongs to the Western Athletic Conference. and compete in the NCAA Division I FBS. Warriors is the school nickname, and their school mascot was named Vili The Warrior. The school colors are Green and Black. They are also playing at the Aloha Stadium in Aiea, Honolulu, Hawaii.
The Hawaii Warriors football team represents the University of Hawaii at Mānoa in NCAA Division I FBS college football. The team, which is currently coached by Greg McMackin, is part of the Western Athletic Conference. They are the third non-BCS team to play in a BCS bowl game, having faced Georgia in the Sugar Bowl on January 1, 2008.
The rivalry with Fresno State has increased greatly in recent years, with both teams being the oldest members of the WAC contending regularly for the conference championship. The series is currently tied after a win on October 4, 2008 in overtime over then 22nd ranked Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium. Coaches from both schools have accused each side of various episodes of poor sportsmanship over the years, and both schools have some of the nation's rowdiest home fans. The rivalry has featured some lopsided results, including a 70–14 Fresno victory over Hawaii in 2004 and a 68–37 Warriors victory in 2006 over Fresno. In 2007, allegations that Fresno State fans were physically and verbally abused by hometown Hawaii fans circulated the internet and television media added to this rivalry.
It was being reported that several Fresno State fans attempted to warn Boise State fans from attending Hawaii football games due to potential violence against them, however no incidents were reported by Boise State fans and many photographs from Hawaii-based publications covered incidents where Hawaii and Boise State fans were seen mingling together before and after their 2007 WAC Championship game.
Boise State and Hawaii have developed a rivalry since the Broncos joined the WAC in 2001. Until Hawaii defeated Boise State 39–27 on November 23, 2007 to clinch that year's WAC championship outright, the Broncos had won the all of the contests between the two schools since Boise State became a conference member. Many of them have been very closely contested. As these two teams are usually two of the better teams in the WAC, the rivalry can only be expected to grow in the coming years.
BYU had been regarded by many Hawaii residents to be the Warriors' biggest rival and most high-profile game. One of the reasons for the interest in games against BYU comes from the large Mormon population in Hawaii, especially on the island of Oʻahu, and BYU's success in recruiting players from Hawaii (in addition, BYU has a sister school in Hawaii). The rivalry with BYU has been largely one-sided, with the Cougars holding a 19–8–0 all-time advantage in the series and going 18–5 since 1972 when LaVell Edwards became BYU’s head coach. BYU won 10 straight contests against the Warriors from 1978 through 1988 and 6 straight from 1993 through 1998. Hawaii has never won in Provo, Utah, losing all 8 contests by an average score of 34 to 18. The series has decreased in notability and importance due to BYU's defection to the Mountain West Conference in 1999. In 2001, Hawaii ruined the then 8th-ranked Cougars' perfect 12–0 season and ended any chance of BYU earning a BCS bowl bid with a 72–45 victory at Aloha Stadium. The last meeting between the two teams was a 35–32 BYU victory at Provo in 2002. The rivalry has also been considered by some people to be one-sided in terms of emotion. Although some in Hawaii have considered BYU to be Hawaii's main rival, BYU fans generally do not think of Hawaii as a major rival, and consider Utah to be their main rival. UH and BYU will meet again in 2012 and 2013, the 2012 contest at BYU, and the 2013 game at Hawaii.
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