2016 October 1 SPT - HSA Photo by Jamm Aquino. Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich, left, and Nevada head coach Brian Polian greet each other at midfield after a college football game between the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and the Nevada Wolf Pack on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. Hawaii won 38-17.

Traditionally, Hawaii head coaches have worn items on game day that coaches at other programs simply don’t. For example, during the Junes Jones era, it was a traditional Hawaiin lei on game day.

Well this weekend, as Nick Rolovich’s Hawaii team was taking on Nevada – where he spent the last few season as the offensive coordinator – a curious item was spotted on Rolo’s belt.

Rolo’s non-traditional item of game day apparel? Just a hunting knife in a sheath. No big deal…

Take a look.

If the hunting knife was indeed a form of psychological warfare for hunting the Wolf Pack, what he’s going to have for next week’s game against San Jose State should be really interesting. The Fake Nike Rolovich account offers up a suggestion.