Washington Huskies vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
The Washington Huskies, who finished last season with a 9-4 record and a win in the Fight Hunger Bowl, start off their season on the road at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu against Hawaii . In 2013, Hawaii managed just one win last year.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 10:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: CBS Sports Network
Washington Huskies facts
Following Steve Sarkisian's return to the USC Trojans, the Huskies hired former Boise State head coach Chris Petersen. Petersen is the only man to win the Paul "Bear" Bryant Award for coach of the year two times. He holds a 92-12 record as a head coach.
In last year's season-opener, Washington defeated Petersen's former team 38-6. The Huskies are 84-34-6 all-time in season-openers.
Washington returns seven offensive linemen who have started a game in each of the past two seasons. In total, the offensive linemen have started 123 games throughout their collegiate careers.
The Huskies have a 4-3 record in games played in Hawaii.
Washington is 27-10 against current members of the Mountain West Conference.
Hawaii Warriors facts:
Hawaii will be entering its third season under head coach Norm Chow, who has put together a 4-20 record in the previous three seasons. Hawaii enters its third year in the Mountain West with a 1-15 conference record.
Hawaii is returning 17 starters from 2013. Among the returning starters are seven offensive players, six defensive players and four specialists.
The Rainbow Warriors will be playing against three Pac-12 opponents in 2014. That marks the most Pac-12 teams that have been on a Hawaii schedule in program history. The Warriors hold a 29-55 all-time record against teams currently in the Pac-12.
Two of the biggest wins in the history of the Hawaii football program have come against Washington. In 2007, the Warriors defeated Washington to cap off a perfect regular season that earned them a BCS bowl berth. Hawaii also defeated Washington in 1973 when the Warriors were a member of Division II. The Warriors entered that game as 50-point underdogs.
Hawaii is 63-29-5 all-time in season-openers at home. The team is 2-2 against Washington.
- Josh Sanchez