Norm Chow is set to be officially introduced as the new University of Hawaii football head coach at 3:00 p.m. Thursday at the Stan Sheriff Center.
KITV4 and KITV.com will cover that announcement live on the air and online.
KITV4 News will have full reports at 5, 6 and 10 p.m.
Chow is a Punahou School alum and Palolo Valley native. He is Hawaii's 22nd head coach and will become the first Asian-American head coach of a major football program.
Chow has a long coaching resume, which includes 39 years of coaching experience collegiately and in the National Football League.
Among his 36 years as a collegiate coach, Chow spent 27 years at Brigham Young, one year at North Carolina State, four years at USC, three years at UCLA, and one year at his alma mater, Utah.
Chow also spent three years as offensive coordinator for the NFL?s Tennessee Titans.
A three-time national Assistant Coach of the Year, Chow has served as offensive coordinator for three national championship teams (Brigham Young-1984; USC-2003 and 2004) and has tutored three Heisman Trophy winners (Ty Detmer-BYU, Carson Palmer-USC, and Matt Leinart-USC) and six NFL first-round draft picks (Palmer, Leinart, Philip Rivers-N.C. State, Steve Young-BYU, Jim McMahon-BYU, Marc Wilson-BYU).
Chow began his coaching career as head coach at Waialua High School on the North Shore of Oahu from 1970 to 1972.