University of Hawaii expects $400K annual loss for football
HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii estimates annual losses up to $400,000 while using an expanded practice facility for home football games.
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For whatever it’s worth, the football field is not important. If they are using funds from the community, then they’ll need to decide it they will add tax payers’ money. If so, how much and if it will benefit the community. If not, just do away with the UH football program.