Hawaii coach Norm Chow, an offensive assistant coach for nearly 40 years, is not too enamored with the head coaching position, especially with his Warriors 2-9 overall.
He inherited a program that was faltering after June Jones left in 2007 and has endured a rash of injuries, particularly on the defensive line.
"I'm not sure that head coaching is all that it's cracked up to be," Chow told the Idaho Statesman. "You deal with a lot of issues that as an assistant coach you didn't have to deal with. Everyone needs an answer—and they need it now.
"But it's been fun.—I admire head coaches like (Boise State's) Chris (Petersen) that maintain that level-headedness and do a good job year in and year out.