University of Hawaii linebacker Max Broman was worried that his responsibilities at working in event planning wouldn’t allow him to make what would turn out to be one of the biggest events of his life.
Now, for the first time in his career with the Rainbow Warriors, the redshirt senior’s work on the field is going to pay the bills.
“I came here because I wanted to be here. I wanted to play for Hawaii,”Â Broman said. “I’m not from here, but I feel like I perpetuate what it means to be a part of this program, and I put in the work and it just means a lot to see that.”
What Broman “saw” was a full scholarship, given to him by head coach Nick Rolovich while the team was treated to a guest hypnotist Saturday night.
“This is a kid who’s…