Hawaii football announces 2020 schedule

Todd Graham's first full schedule as Hawaii football coach has been announced. / Photo by Bruce Asato, Star-Advertiser

The Warriors will end the 2020 regular season with back-t0-back road games, according to the schedule released today by the Mountain West Conference.

The announcement of the eight Mountain West games completes the Warriors’ 13-game, regular-season schedule. UH previously announced it would play five nonconference games — on the road against Arizona (Aug. 29) and Oregon (Sept. 19), and at home against UCLA (Sept. 5), Fordham (Sept. 12) and New Mexico State (Oct. 10).

The Warriors will close the regular season with Mountain West road games against San Jose State on Nov. 21 and San Diego State on Nov. 28.

The Warriors’ senior night will be Nov. 14 against UNLV. That will be the Warriors’ earliest final home game since 1917.

The schedule: RECORD: 0-0, 0-0 Mountain West

8/29at ArizonaTucson, Ariz.TBA
9/5UCLAAloha StadiumTBA
9/12FordhamAloha StadiumTBA
9/19at OregonEugene, Ore.TBA
10/3Nevada*Aloha StadiumTBA
10/10New Mexico StateAloha StadiumTBA
10/17at Air Force*Colorado Springs, Colo.TBA
10/24Boise State*Aloha StadiumTBA
10/31at Fresno State*Fresno, Calif.TBA
11/7New Mexico*Aloha StadiumTBA
11/14UNLV*Aloha StadiumTBA
11/21at San Jose State*San Jose, Calif.TBA
11/28at San Diego State*San Diego, Calif.TBA
* — Mountain West game
All times Hawaii time


  1. Andrew February 27, 2020 8:50 am

    Getting non conference wins is going to be key this season. That conference schedule is going to be pretty brutal.

  2. Da Punchbowl Kid February 27, 2020 9:26 am

    Second! Tough schedule there. Warriors need to work hard to prepare!

  3. Da Punchbowl Kid February 27, 2020 9:28 am

    Nice to see regular Football posts, Stephen.

    I’m still not a bot!

  4. Matt February 27, 2020 11:46 am

    Hawaii only gets one bye week? Jeez…this will make it hard to navigate because we know what the 2018 season tasted like. We didn’t get a bye week until the end of the season, which was rough. Now we get an early bye? It probably would have been better off with a bye in the beginning and middle if anything.

    Hopefully, Todd Graham will be fully prepared for the 2020 season.

  5. Whitey February 27, 2020 12:13 pm

    This is a tough schedule and i believe Coach Graham will have his Warriors prepared for every game. Am glad to see the Warriors with 3 PAC12 games. If the Warriors win all 3, this will be a dream come true. This is the kind of schedule big time teams play and this is what the Warriors should have every year. Boise and Fresno always challenged teams on their schedule and this is how you get better players to come to UH. Build the Warrior Pride and Recognition.

  6. Da Punchbowl Kid February 27, 2020 2:19 pm

    Howzit Whitey-san! Good to see you here.

  7. ai-eee-soos February 27, 2020 4:04 pm

    Saw on web –

    Cole McDonald runs an “unofficial” 4.54 40yd., whatever that means.

    Saw another chart:

    1. Steven Montez – 4.57

    2. Jalen Hurts – 4.59

    3. Cole McDonald – 4.60

    Nice going, Cole.

  8. mileHIwarrior February 27, 2020 4:08 pm

    Just FYI from the NFL Combine …

    Cole McDonald 4.54 40yd (best amongst QBs)

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