The 2004 Hawaii Warriors football team represented the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the 2004 NCAA Division I-A college football season. Hawaii finished the 2004 season with an 8-5 record, going 4-4 in WAC play. The Warriors made their third straight appearance in the Hawaii Bowl, facing off against Alabama-Birmingham. The Warriors would go on to defeat the Blazers and cap off their third straight winning season, the fifth in six seasons under head coach June Jones. In his final season, quarterback Timmy Chang would set the NCAA Division I-A all-time passing yards record with 17,072, surpassing the old mark held by BYU quarterback Ty Detmer (15,031). Chang would also go on to set records for total offensive yards (17,183), most offensive plays (2,610) and most interceptions (77). Wide receiver Chad Owens would go on to win the Mosi Tatupu Award for the best special teams player in the country and would earn second team AP All-American honors as an all purpose player.