Hawaii is bringing back one of the program’s legends for its next head coach.

The Rainbow Warriors announced that former record-setting quarterback Timmy Chang will be the team’s next head coach. The university announced the news in a tweet.

During his illustrious Hawaii career, Chang completed 1,388-of-2,436 passes for over 17,000 yards and 117 touchdowns.

Following his professional football career, Chang has climbed up the coaching ranks. He was previously the wide receivers coach for Colorado State. He’s coached wide receivers, tight ends and has offensive coordinator experience during his career. It’s safe to say that he also knows a thing or 2 about coaching quarterbacks.

The Honolulu native will be returning home to coach his beloved university. That doesn’t get to happen much in college football, and it’s certainly one that Chang won’t take lightly.

The offensive-minded Chang will replace former head coach Todd Graham.

The hire of Chang comes after June Jones turned down the job.