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Hawaii vs. Washington 2014: TV schedule, streaming and more

We all know Hawaii is the late game on Saturday night, but what channel is the game on, and what time?

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Hawaii hosts No. 25 ranked Washington in the late night game on the opening Saturday of the college football season. The Warriors are hoping to be able to pull off an upset against a familiar coach in former Boise State head man Chris Petersen who made the move to the Pac-12.

There is some optimism for Hawaii as they get a completely healthy running back in Joey Iosefa and the quarterback situation is stable with Ikaika Woolsey running the offense. Washington lost a lot of talent from last year's team in running back Bishop Sankey, quarterback Keith Price and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Also, add in that projected starting quarterback Cyler Miles is suspended for the opener, and his replacement will be Jeff Lindquist.

Hawaii will need to play its best game if they are going to pull of the upset in this game.

Oh, you now want to know how to watch the game, well here are the details.

WHEN: Saturday, August 30, 10:30 p.m. ET

WHERE: Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium

TV: CBS Sports Network


RADIO: Sirius (113) XM (198) Hawaii: ESPN 1420, Washington: KOMO 1000

ODDS: Washington favored by 15