The 2017 University of Hawai'i football schedule is now complete with the addition of the Mountain West slate that was announced by the league office, Thursday.
The Rainbow Warriors open coach Nick Rolovich's second season with three non-conference opponents – Aug. 26 at Massachusetts, Sept. 2 vs. Western Carolina, and Sept. 9 at UCLA. Following a bye week, UH begins league play on the road at Wyoming (Sept. 23), marking its third road game in the first month of the season.
The Warriors return to Aloha Stadium for a home date with Colorado State (Sept. 30) before alternating between home and away games over the next two weeks at Nevada (Oct. 7) and home against San José State (Oct. 14). After another bye week, UH hosts league champion San Diego State (Oct. 28).
The following week, UH travels to Las Vegas to meet UNLV (Nov. 4). Fresno State comes to Aloha Stadium, Nov. 11 and the Warriors close out the league schedule at Utah State, Nov. 18. Hawai'i concludes its 12-game regular season by renewing its rivalry with Brigham Young, Nov. 25 in Honolulu.
The Mountain West Football Championship Game will be played at the home stadium of the highest-ranked of the two divisional champions on Saturday, Dec. 2.
A total of four teams on the 2017 schedule competed in bowl games a year ago – BYU (Poinsettia), Colorado State (Potato), San Diego State (Las Vegas), and Wyoming (Poinsettia).
The scheduling format for the 12-member Mountain West consists of five intra-divisional games and three cross-divisional contests.
The 2017 season marks Rolovich's second with the Warriors. UH finished 7-7 in his inaugural campaign, which was capped by a Hawai'i Bowl victory over Middle Tennessee.
Deposit program for the new season tickets is still ongoing. Click here to place your deposit now. The $50 deposit (per order, not per ticket) will run through Monday, April 17 and will be applied to fans' new football season tickets. Deposits can be paid online, the Stan Sheriff Center Box Office (Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.), or by calling (808) 944-2697 (option 1) during the same hours.
Additionally, anyone who places a $50 deposit before April 17 will receive a voucher good for one (1) ticket to any remaining UH ticketed home game (excluding post season).
|Aug. 26||at UMass||Amherst, Mass.||TBA|
|Sept. 2||Western Carolina||Aloha Stadium||TBA|
|Sept. 9||at UCLA||Pasadena, Calif.||TBA|
|Sept. 23||at Wyoming*||Laramie, Wyo.||TBA|
|Sept. 30||Colorado State*||Aloha Stadium||TBA|
|Oct. 7||at Nevada*||Reno, Nev.||TBA|
|Oct. 14||San Jose State*||Aloha Stadium||TBA|
|Oct. 28||San Diego State*||Aloha Stadium||TBA|
|Nov. 4||at UNLV*||Las Vegas, Nev.||TBA|
|Nov. 11||Fresno State*||Aloha Stadium||TBA|
|Nov. 18||at Utah State*||Logan, Utah||TBA|
|Nov. 25||BYU||Aloha Stadium||TBA|
* denotes Mountain West game
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