2007 Hawaii Warriors Football Team

2007 Hawaii Warriors Football Team

The 2007 Hawaiʻi Warriors football team represented the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in the 2007 NCAA Division I-Bowl Subdivision college football season.

The 2007 Warriors, led by record-setting senior quarterback Colt Brennan, carried a school-record 13-game winning streak, dating back to the end of the 2006 season, into the 2008 Sugar Bowl. The 2007 season marked the first undefeated regular season in school history, ending in defeat in the Sugar Bowl. The Warriors claimed their third-ever WAC championship in 2007 with a victory over defending conference champion Boise State. The championship was the school's first ever outright conference championship in football. Brennan went on to set more career records in the FBS, and the Warriors became the third team outside the BCS conferences and second from the WAC to receive an invitation to play in the Bowl Championship Series.

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2007 Hawaii Warriors Football Team - 2007 WAC Standings
... Team Conf ... Overall W-L Bowl Game Result #10 Hawaiʻi* 8-0 12-0 Sugar Bowl NOTE #22 Boise State 7-1 10-3 Hawaii Bowl NOTE Fresno State 5-2 7-4 Humanitarian Bowl ...

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