Another offense that lost quite a few talented playmakers and was never really able to match the production that was expected coming in. Despite losing a 1,200-yard back in Alex Green and two 1,300-yard+ receivers in Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares, much was anticipated of the Warriors’ offense because of QB Bryant Moniz. The senior ended up having to do much by himself too, as the running game had a difficult time matching the kind of output of previous season. But this is a pass-first offense right? Everything should work out just fine? Well, it’s not that simple. And the 2011 Hawaii offense proved that to be the case.
Biggest Surprise- Billy Ray Stutzmann, Sophomore Wide Receiver
This isn’t the biggest shocker considering Stutzmann was projected to be a starting wideout, but seeing as that he only had 130 total receiving yards in his career, the numbers he put up were pretty solid. The first-year starter finished with 78 receptions for 910 yards, good for second on the...