Under Jones, Hawaii becomes haven for spread offense, second chances

Originally Published: December 29, 2007
By Heather Dinich | ESPN.com

June Jones' modest football office at the University of Hawaii is the same run-down room former coach Dick Tomey sat in 20 years ago.

"Same carpet, too," Jones said matter-of-factly.

The recruiting budget also hasn't moved since Jones took the job in December of 1998. It's been three years since he has traveled from Honolulu to the mainland to recruit. And until 2006, Hawaii's coaches did not have DVD equipment to share and record game film. The one camera they did have, ...

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