Hawaii spokesperson Dan Meisenzahl had some scathing comments about June Jones and his pursuit to fill the program's head coaching vacancy.

"It's about integrity, and Jones showed zero integrity for this process," Meisenzahl told reporters Saturday.

Hawaii athletic director David Matlin and Jones met Friday to negotiate a deal for the former coach to return to the program. Meisenzahl said Jones walked out of the meeting after 30 minutes.

Jones, Hawaii's winningest head coach, took to Twitter on Friday to explain why he rejected the terms of the offer, which was reportedly a two-year deal and allowed the school to pick his coaching staff.