Timmy Chang, a former University of Hawaii quarterback is now the Warriors new head football coach. Athletic Director David Matlin made the announcement on Saturday.
At a press conference next week, Timmy Chang will officially be introduced as the University of Hawaii’s 25th head football coach.
Chang was a four-year Hawaii starter from 2000 to 2004. He set NCAA’s all time passing (17,072) records and total offense (16.910) records.
His career ended with 117 total touchdowns. This was third all time. Chang was a two-time Hawaii Bowl Most Outstanding player and led the Warriors to three bowl appearances, as well as a program record 29 wins at quarterback.
He was also a finalist in the Johnny Unitas Award for senior quarterbacks, which is given to the best senior QB of the year.
After if Warrior career, he played in the National Football League and Canadian Football League as well as NFL Europe.
In 2009, Chang retired from professional football and returned to Hawaii for his bachelor’s degree.
Chang was an offensive assistant at Southern Methodist University from 2012 to 2014. He was the offensive coordinator at Jackson State University from 2014 to 2016. Chang was the offensive coordinator at Emory College and Henry College in Virginia in 2016. He was at Nevada as a wide receivers and tight ends coach from 2016 to 2021.