HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - From 12-0 to 1-11.
The story of Rainbow Warrior football has been a troubling one as of late.
In only seven years, the program has gone from a BCS berth to questions of its division one status.
Monday's first fall camp practice marks the start of another season and the Bows will try to write a positive chapter.
Tomorrow's practice means that the team is less than a month away from kickoff against Washington at Aloha Stadium.
It also is the beginning of year three of the Norm Chow era...
Since taking over in 2012, he's amassed a 4-20 record.
Last season, finished 1-11, ranking 115th in rushing yards and 116th in points allowed.
Hawaii is seeking its first winning season in 3 years.
In a recent interview with 'Campus Insiders,' Chow talked about what he would define as a successful campaign.
"well, obviously everybody measures it by the numbers and your job depends on it," Chow said. "I don't. I've been around a long time and I measure it just by the effort. I want to know that we got everything we can out of these players and for the most part last year we got that. Disappointed? Heck yes. Embarrassed? Not at all because i saw the look in these young people's eyes when the ball game was over. I knew that they had given us everything they had and we just got to hope to break through and get lucky."
Practice starts in Manoa at 2:15 p.m.