The University of Hawaii Football, and specifically new offensive coordinator Don Bailey, is raising the bar this season. Bailey says he wants the team to score 75 touchdowns and average 42 points per game this season.
In 2014 the Rainbow Warriors averaged just 20.9 points per game amassing 31 touchdowns. But, if anyone can turnaround the program at Hawaii, it is Bailey. As an associate head coach at Idaho State he transformed the Bengals from one of the lowest-rated offensive teams to the national elite. Before his arrival, ISU ranked 114th (of 117) in total offense and 108th in scoring offense. In 2014, the Bengals finished with the nation's second-best total offense (562 yards per game), sixth-best scoring offense (40.3 points per game) and scored more than 50 points four times.
If the Warriors accomplish that feat, they will join an exclusive club. Last season just six FBS teams scored at least 75 touchdowns while averaging at least 42 points per game. Among them National Champions Ohio State and runner-up Oregon.