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Warrior Offense Wants to Get Back on Track

By Stephen Florino

MANOA (KHNL) - It sounds a little strange, but the Warrior football team is looking to bounce back from a 48-20 win last week.

Their offense didn't perform as expected, they are looking to return to form -- except for one thing.

Everyone wants to see Colt Brennan back to his old self -- throwing touchdowns, instead of interceptions.

But one thing is definitely different about Colt -- the Hawaiian Islands are gone.

"It was time to get a haircut," said Brennan.

Other than that -- it is business as usual for the warriors.

"We're not changing anything we do," said head coach June Jones. "Everything's the same, our guys realize what's at stake. We can't have one slip up."

That means not taking Utah State lightly. Even though Hawaii blew out the Aggies 63-10 last season. And even though the Aggies have yet to win a game this season.

"The defense is not that bad," said wide receiver Ryan Grice-Mullen. "They got a lot of good athletes and everything. We just gotta go out there and execute, and put up points."

That's something the Hawaii offense didn't do as good as they like to do, last week against Idaho.

"Thank God I have 7, 8 games left this year to make everyone forget about that game," said Brennan. "Once in get in there Saturday, i'm sure i'll feel a lot better."

And the Warriors can get back to their old selves -- except the do.

"I don't have any ideas, so if you have any ideas for me, send um in," said Brennan.

The Warriors are 5-0. The Aggies are 0-5.

Kick off on Saturday is 6:05 PM at Aloha Stadium.

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