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PODCAST: 2014 Hawaii football preview

Jeremy and Chris get together to first over hype and then level out on their prediction on what Hawaii can be this year. How many wins will it take for Norm Chow to keep his job, and who is Jeremy's no-brainer replacement if Chow is not the coach next season.

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Jeremy and Chris are back in our preview series with the Hawaii Warriors. For some reason we start to believe that Hawaii could be really good this year, but we reel that faux optimism back in to be more realistic for Hawaii's expectations.

The one main item that can make Hawaii better is if Norm Chow sticks to just one quarterback this year and stay away from the quadrant system he implemented last year, plus having a fully healthy Joey Iosefa at running back should provide a nice balance to the offense.

On the defensive side of the ball Hawaii just needs overall improvement, they have some playmakers but last season they gave up too many big plays.

Also, what is the future of Chow in Hawaii, how many games does he need to win to stick around and who is an early candidate to be the next Warriors coach if Chow is out.

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