Leach out; "The Beast"

December 30th, 2009
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It's official: Mike Leach was fired as head coach at Texas Tech.

And, yes, UH has received your e-mails and read your posts: You want Leach to be the Warriors' offensive coordinator.

There are natural ties. Leach hired Greg McMackin as Tech's defensive coordinator in 2000. Mike Smith, who played at Tech, was a UH grad assistant the past season.

And Leach runs a four-wide offense that shares the same DNA as UH's offense.

But Leach is not coming here. No money. No  opening. His forthcoming law suit. And, of course, UH's offense is starting to click. Rolo is one of the bright, young minds of offensive football. His experience in 2009 will make him a better play-caller in 2010.

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We're proud of all of Hawai‘i's Sons — the ones who stay or go away — but we have special appreciation for defensive tackle Ryan "The Beast" Eastman because we consider him to be part of our blog family.

According to proud papa Bulla, The Beast has secured a release from Weber State and is ready to compete for the Warriors. There's paperwork to be filled and a tryout to attend, but we're hopeful he will successfully fulfill his dream of playing for the hometown team.

Bulla writes:

"Ryan knows that he is a walk on and he just wants a chance to play at a higher level and compete with the other Warriors.  He will have to redshirt this year and start from the bottom. But he gets to train, work out, learn the system, and play on the Scout team , which he wants to do because he gets to work out against the 1st string O linemen.  he loves the challenge, and i love his statement, 'Dad, it's time ... '"

Indeed, it is. Welcome home.

_D2N8052

9-08_Ryan_vs._UH

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Quarterback Corey Nielsen is having a fun winter break:

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240 Responses to “Leach out; "The Beast"”

  1. al:

    right on ryan.


  2. Coqui poke:

    Uno. Fo' real? No one else awake?


  3. al:

    first first in a long time.


  4. al:

    sorry coqui.


  5. LizKauai [iMac] Happy New Year!:

    Hiya! we nevah make 200...


  6. LizKauai [iMac] Happy New Year!:

    I was just gettin started...


  7. LizKauai [iMac] Happy New Year!:

    Nitey Nite and SWEEETT Wahine BB one point WINS!!!


  8. Coqui poke:

    Al, cool. Just want to say that we need guys like Ryan. Guys who come home to play for the people of Hawaii. Make me proud.


  9. al:

    okay somebody wake bulla up.


  10. Rob25:

    Good Luck to Ryan! Visualize it and then make the dream come true...we support you 100%!!

    Good night!


  11. al:

    coqui....so true.
    and they usually work harder than all the rest of them.


  12. al:

    wow rob is up late tonight.


  13. Stephen Tsai:

    We missed you yesterday, Rob25.
    Charlie said to tell you hi.


  14. Ralph:

    welcome to the Warrior home Ryan, the battle is about to begin and you shall respond, we got your back but I can not see anything up front.


  15. Stephen Tsai:

    Rob25:
    Charlie was great.
    He reserved the room.
    Then he got Rich to open it up.
    He did everything but the mic check.
    Oh, wait. He did do the mic check.


  16. Stephen Tsai:

    By the way, I want to thank all of you for being supportive of Bulla.
    I've known him since college, and he's a great guy. Emotional? Sure. But a good guy.


  17. Stephen Tsai:

    Forgot to give special thanks to Princess Leila for securing the Charlie Wade chat.
    It turned out to be perfect timing because UH opened double days yesterday.


  18. Ralph:

    did the techies fix the video, all I got was a still picture and intermittent sound. Unable to follow the question and answer. I would at least want to hear the audio.


  19. Stephen Tsai:

    Ralph:
    The best thing to do is to contact Sandee Oshiro or Scott Morifuiji to find solutions to your video concerns. Call the main switchboard at 525-8000, and Dana will transfer your call.


  20. RainbowCliff:

    Mr. Bulla, can you post for me your shirt size as well as your son "The Beast" size as I have a special gift to send to the both of you on his quest to be a Warrior Football Player.

    I have been reading the many posts on your "OUTSTANDING" son who has a GREAT following on this blog with the many Tsaiko supporters who just adore you and respect your son's ability to contribute to the Warrior football team.

    As a former athlete to the University I know personally the theme of "against all odds" as certainly Ryan will have that situation to him being a walk on against the highly publicize scholarship players BUT his confidence is "INSPIRING" and your LOVE for him as a proud dad is "JOY TO THE HEART" as I want to contribute in my way of support to you and his journey of being a Warrior Football Player for 2010 !

    Please post both your shirt sizes and address as I will be in and out all day today BUT will get to the blog at some time through out the day. I have "WONDERFUL" supporters to my cause and the gift n kind that I will be sending to both of you will be "FIRST CLASS" all the way !

    I am moved by my Mother passing as I am "INSPIRED" to be even GREATER to you folks for 2010 as my LOVE for Tsaiko Nation will be "STRONGER" then it has ever been before !

    Mahalo kind sir for just taking the time to read my request and CONGRATULATIONS for being a GREAT Father who has a TERRIFIC athletic son who is coming home to the "OHANA" in which one day I will meet the both of you and rejoice in cheer and laughter.

    Vaya Con Dios and Hauloi Makahiki Hou !


  21. ai-eee-soos:

    Welcome home, Ryan.

    During your redshirt year , give em HELL !!!


  22. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    I remember meeting Ryan just before he went off to Weber State and was surprised at two different things - his gentleness & friendly shyness and his drive. Clearly his playing name did not extend to his real world.

    It will be interesting to see where he'll be in the fall of 2013 - after he graduates and he's used his remaining eligibility.

    i assume that he'll be attending UH spring semester. I'm curious - does he still maintain his residency status or is he considered an out-of-stater because he went to college out of state?

    Did you know that until 1970 a woman student at UH took her residency from either her husband or her father is she were under the age of 20 - legal age back then? Only if a woman were fully emanicipated could she be a resident of the state of Hawaii on her own behalf for tuition purposes. For example, if a local girl married a member of the military who claimed residency elsewhere, she would lose her residency status - even if she didn't go there even to visit her in-laws.

    POMAI: What conclusions about men's basketball did you all reach yesterday over a six-hour lunch? What kinds of ideas did you come up for UH football's coaching staff - especially the head guy. It was frustrating seeing Amis, Thompson, and Flemings sitting on the bench in street clothes.The last two will be back this Saturday, but still.....


  23. Pomai:

    WassupDoc conclusion was they are not so good and as much as everyone likes coach Nash, don't think he's the answer. Other than that not much, too much food.


  24. Bulla:

    good morning Tsaikos,

    mahalo for the support for The Beast, his dream has always been to be a Warrior. He is excited to come home and compete to walk on to UH.

    These past 2 years he has been blessed to play for Weber State and Coach McBride, but the time has come to 'play at the next level'. how many of us have the opportunity to live our dream, to grab the proverbial brass ring, to do what we always wanted to do............how many??

    we are humbled by the support and the aloha from everyone, let us all support the green and black Warriors...GO WARRIORS


  25. DoubleB:

    Go, Ryan, Go... Can Do :-)


  26. XxFaithxX:

    Congratulations Ryan!!! Makes my heart cry when I can "feel" the love that an island son has for his home and university.

    Bulla,

    We do not know each other and, yes, I know I can seem anti-mainland (ironic that I am here to live and work now...after I graduated from UH, mind you), but Thank You. Thank you for raising a son that dreams of playing for UH and will aspire to live that dream and even incur some hardship in order to fulfill dream. Me and my wife will cheer hard for Ryan and as my son grows up, I will point out too him that your son did what his heart told him too, not what others have.

    GO WARRIORS!!


  27. Loa:

    morning gang!

    auryte! geev'em Ryan!


  28. Bulla:

    Rainbow Cliff,

    you can email me at 808bulla at gmail.com

    ryan is 2x, and i am 4x....mahalo for your kindness. email me so we can exchange addresses


  29. gmahoney:

    Good luck to the Beast.


  30. Southbay:

    Good luck Ryan! We're rooting for you.


  31. PowderPuff:

    "Dad...it's time." That is chicken skin....awesome, Ryan! Congratulations to the entire Eastman family.


  32. d1島:

    Great Morning All!

    Full speed ahead, Ryan! (As if he knows any other....)


  33. whitey:

    Good morning Tsaikos.


  34. d1島:

    Interesting read this morning by "Ferd"

    B$-You has one other advantage going for them after earning the fruits of success from their football program...can't help but think that the $8M can go a lot farther in Boise, ID than here.
    Imagine how much building four levels of luxury boxes at Aloha Stadium would cost!


  35. whitey:

    bulla, good to see that it is now official. as always, my best to Ryan and tell him that the Maui gang sends their love and best.


  36. whitey:

    d1, you one fast bugga. I read Ferd's article and was going to say something and I look an you already get something on.


  37. d1島:

    whitey,

    :lol:


  38. d1島:

    :lol:

    Had to try that.... :twisted:


  39. whitey:

    Ferd's article is very good about how money can direct a program and how it can make them get ahead, but the one thing that is neva sure is "who will win". The old saying of "that is why we play the game" is so very true. IF, IF, we start the season off with a HUGE, HUGE upset, who knows where it might lead to.


  40. whitey:

    d1, enjoy your day.


  41. d1島:

    You too, whitey.

    ...and erryboddy else, too!

    HiHo....


  42. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :) :) :)

    Tsai-
    Bulla. Emotional?! Really?! :lol:

    Seriously, this is excellent news for father and son, who both bleed green and black. Ryan is going to be a tremendous asset for the Warriors, and we know that he backs his heart up with the hard work that is needed to be a great competitor. Watching Ryan's efforts out over the next few years is going to be a lot of fun to watch.


  43. Bulla:

    mahalo to Doris Sullivan, who is in America with her family making her way up the East Coast. BIG Heads up from her....mahalo again.

    Safe travels and remember the 5 F's: Family, Food, Friends, Faith, Football

    Make memories, make memories, make memories


  44. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    From last nights blog:

    # al:
    December 29th, 2009 at 11:05 pm

    dpk....you just missed one of the best taiga series in "tenchijin" which concluded tonight. this the series based on historical events of the warring era of japan.
    ____________________________________________________

    I have been following Tenchijin off and on. That last episode was epic. I also enjoyed the travelogue at the end which showed the historical sites associated with the story. Very cool stuff.


  45. TYaiea:

    Aloha, "Bulla and the Beast" this is a feel good story during the dead period. Good Luck to Ryan. Go Warriors....


  46. haka:

    Congratulations Ryan!
    You have been a Warrior all your life. Following your heart will make your dreams come true. There is no better feeling as a fan than to have one of it's own show his pride and desire to play for the home team. Your Warrior ohana is proud of you wherever you go in life, but hearts will swell and eyes will tear when you run out on the field for the first time. Chants of "BEAST" will echo through the stadium! You have been a Warrior all your life...it's time!


  47. I Love Pecan Pie:

    wow...2x and 4x size t-shirts...
    so if the beast beats the pants off the regular
    O line in practice, what is to prevent the coach
    from putting him on the first team wiki-wiki rather
    than waiting a year?


  48. oldie:

    Morning Tsaikos!

    As I said in an earlier post, I only know Bulla and the Beast through this blog and the Advertiser articles.

    Bulla has always acted as any parent would, proud and protective of his son. And while Bulla's anxiety almost got the better of him, Ryan remained calm and focused. It really shows his character. He will be a great addition to the Warrior team.


  49. jojo ®:

    Goooooooooo Beast!!!


  50. wafan:

    A fine wet morning to everyone!

    I sure hope it helps to clear the air a bit. Odd not being able to see the Waipahu from Palisades.


  51. wafan:

    Welcome home Beast!!!

    Go Warriors!!!


  52. A-House:

    Ryan, welcom home and to the Warrior Ohana.

    You have an abundance of Tsaiko Aunties and Uncles who are so proud of you and your decision to play for UH!

    eh, Bulla, now we goin see you at all the tailgates?


  53. Kaimuki Kid:

    I am so glad that it has happened Congrats, Ryan! We need more student athletes like you who want to represent the State wearing the Green and White/Black. Just put it in HIGH GEAR an GO FOR IT!!!


  54. Garret:

    I Love Pecan Pie,

    As a transfer, Ryan cannot play in games for UH for a year.


  55. Garret:

    I think that it is great that The Beast will be playing for the Warriors! Congratulations to the Warriors for getting a dedicated player who I think can be a big help for their D, and I'm happy that Bulla won't have to fly all over the country to see him play.


  56. J-Dog:

    Welcome home and good luck to "the beast".

    Always thought we missed out on him when I saw him play against UH in '08.


  57. mctruck:

    I still see the Beast as another Reagan Mauia in the back field as a blocking back. Give him the ball on short yardage?...but that getting ahead of the task at hand get into school 1st. Good luck Ryan.


  58. RedZone:

    Mike Leach fired.


  59. RedZone:

    Live the dream Ryan.


  60. Old Diver:

    Good luck to Ryan Eastman,

    Any team never has enough great character, and it appears that level is rising with the addition of Ryan.


  61. wafan:

    Tale as old as time
    True as it can be
    Definitely friends
    Then somebody bends
    Unexpectedly.

    Just a little change
    Small to say the least
    One a little scared
    Only one prepared
    Bulla and the Beast

    Ever just the same
    Ever a surprise
    Ever as before
    Ever just as sure
    That the Son will rise

    Tale as old as time
    Tune as old as song
    Bittersweet and strange
    Finding you can change
    Learning you were wrong.

    Certain as the son
    Rising as the Beast
    Tale as old as time
    Song as old as rhyme
    Bulla and the Beast

    Tale as old as time
    Song as old as rhyme
    Bulla and the Beast.

    (lyrics and music: Menken, Ashman)


  62. Stretch:

    Good Morning Tsaikos!!

    Welcome Back and Good Luck to the Beast!!


  63. PONO:

    Don't mean to be negative but I where did "Da Beast" get his nickname? Seems funny that we refer to a walk on non scholarship player as a beast.


  64. al:

    hey whitey...you getting real good at this stuff. somebody like celine could sing that.


  65. Derbs:

    Welcome Home Ryan. No matter where you play at you always make me proud with your character, work ethic, and attitude. No doubt you will be successful at U.H. Now you are a Warrior! or should I say Rainbow Warrior! Good Luck


  66. Bigislandkurt:

    Bulla -- Right on bro. YOu one good fada. Taking the "good bradduh" road is a noble task.

    Beast -- Welcome home bro. Now come and do your thing. Know that your day will come. Stay healthy brotha.

    BIK


  67. tommui:

    Too good Bulla! Best to Ryan and the Eastman ohana.


  68. d1島:

    PONO,

    Bulla coined it back in his days at SLS where he was "beasting" O-linemen.

    True, coming up next for him is the road of a non-schollie walk-on but it would be unfair not to note that he leaves behind a full-ride at Weber St.; Big Sky conference honors for the past two seasons as well as (at least one that I can recall) Defensive POW recognition; and probably pre-season conference, if not national, all-star recognition and almost certainly a captain's roll for the Wildcats.

    ....all to pursue his life-long dream to play in the Green and White in front of you, me, the rest of the Warrior faithful, his friends and family and especially his adoring Dad.


  69. d1島:

    RedZone,

    I wonder what happens to Scott Smith now?


  70. wafan:

    Garret . . .

    Hope you and your family are okay after the earthquake.


  71. NYUH:

    Leach is out at Texas Tech


  72. Pomai:

    Wow just looked at the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl ticket sales page, starting at 151 bucks, so I guess the 41 for the Sheraton Bowl wasn't that bad.


  73. GRM:

    DPK, This TENCHIJIN series was very good. Saw all the episodes. The final episode was indeed great.


  74. 808Chef:

    All I know is we need more guys like Beast on the team. We also know that he wouldn't be the man that he is without great family like Bulla and Ms. Bulla backing him and supporting him.

    (Sorry...don't know if Ms. Bulla has a nickname.)

    Great to have someone like you Ryan...welcome home and kick some okole!

    Hey...RainbowCliff...I'll buy a Beast shirt if you're selling them.


  75. madeinhawaii:

    YAY to the BEAST!

    The Beast represents more than one player.
    The Beast represents all players that had to go the more circuitous route to get to D1 football.
    The Beast represents those that had to go away but in fulfilling the goals set before them, found their way back.
    If the Beast can lead the way back for others, how big is that?

    BEAST! E KOMO MAI!


  76. madeinhawaii:

    All ye people get ready..
    The Beast is coming..
    He's running all cylinders
    Just to make the play

    Have pity on those
    Whose chances are bitter
    Bloodied and bull-dozed
    On the field as litter

    Ooooh ooooo.....
    Oooo ooooo...

    He'll open the doors
    And let the others pour in
    All they need is faith
    And they're on their way

    Ooooh ooooo.....
    Oooo ooooo...

    So, all ye people get ready..
    The Beast is coming..
    He's running all cylinders
    Just to make the play


  77. Slugger:

    It's a Good Morning!

    Great news to hear that the Beast will be walking on to the Warrior team! I'll be rooting for you. I'll see you at practice, Ryan.


  78. protector:

    Congrats to Bulla & family and to Warrior Nation! Welcome home, Ryan-I am impressed that you've chosen to forego a full ride and have chosen to take on a much more rocky road of financial hardship to fulfill your quest of playing for UH. This development really makes my day! I was jonesing for some good news during the dead period & here it is.

    I anxiously await the coming of the Beast Warrior / Warrior Beast!


  79. duffer (iPhone):

    Bulla

    need another name for snowflake.

    :-)


  80. J-Dog:

    I hope VJ Fehoko has UH at the top of his list after what is transpiring at Texas Tech.


  81. J-Dog:

    Scott Smith as well.


  82. protector:

    wafan on # 61,

    Great and apropos modification of the lyrics to a beautiful song! Was great meeting you & Izzy and hope you have a safe trip back.


  83. d1島:

    Leach at UH?

    Like the saying goes, "That dawg don't hunt."


  84. madeinhawaii:

    Too bad we're out of scholies.. I bet there are a lot of head hunters looking at the TTech recruiting list and getting primed to hit the call button as soon as the dead period ends.


  85. madeinhawaii:

    http://insider.espn.go.com/ncf/recruiting/tracker/school?schoolId=2641&season=2010&action=login&appRedirect=http%3a%2f%2finsider.espn.go.com%2fncf%2frecruiting%2ftracker%2fschool%3fschoolId%3d2641%26season%3d2010

    lists TTech's verbals


  86. NorthShoreFan:

    Aloha and Guud Morning Tsaiko's!
    2010 is looking very, very GUUD!
    The gates have been opened and the chains removed. The BEAST is BACK! I was floored with the news that the BEAST will be a WARRIOR!
    I say "will be" cause it seems no matter where or at what level he has accomplished.
    With a whole bunch of Tsaiko's who got his back, I see him kicking but on the field.
    Bulla, MAHALO for bringing him home!
    I can see a cheering section at practice now. Whoa! Sons of Hawaii coming back to the aina to represent the people!
    All you Son's of Hawaii who are being dazzled and recuited by big time programs, take heed and ask yourself, why not play for my people!
    2010 WARRIORS..shaping up!


  87. Stephen Tsai:

    MIH:
    I don't know if UH is actually out of scholarships .
    I believe it's holding some for prospects.


  88. A-House:

    Will Scott Smith, former SLHS grad, be coming home too? Did he play with the "Beast" or is Ryan to young?

    Bet family would be happy to see him in Warrior green, white, and black.


  89. madeinhawaii:

    I thought Scott Smith wasn't interested in playing at Hawaii? Didn't he opt to go to California, originally?


  90. madeinhawaii:

    ST...

    Will be interesting to see who th(os)e 'prospect(s)' turn out to be.


  91. InLV:

    So THAT is why Corey Neilsen chose UH...Im sorry, all I could think of was Kiffen and player hostesses after seeing that pic.

    It looks like the Texas Tech fans are pretty pissed. Check out this spoof video on YouTube. I thought it was funny but it got LOL funny around the 2:55 mark....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqYbKWW9vZI


  92. Ronnie:

    Idaho and Bowling Green are tied in the 1st quarter. Go WAC!


  93. RainbowCliff:

    Aloha 808Chef, I don't have a specific design line of shirts for Mr. Bulla and his son as my major support athletic foundations will be doing the gift n kind. Through the Al Wooten Center I have been able to develop a large contingent of programs who supports my cause for the unfortunate and disadvantage children of South Central Los Angeles.

    These caring foundations are linked to professional sport franchises, entertainment industry, corporate america and ABC World News. I have been blessed over the years to establish strong relationships with them as their executive branch believes in the work that I do for my children
    of South Central Los Angeles. My website of http://www.wootenalbum.org will have all the detail information of my dedicated work to the profession.

    Mahalo 808 Chef for your inquiring mind and good intentions.


  94. Ronnie:

    Yikes! The Idaho QB is 1/6 in passing for 3 yards. At least it is still tied 7-7.


  95. Mike:

    Whaddya mean no opening for Leach? Fire da kine Ron Lee. Make an opening, Mack needs to dig deep and be a little creative if he wants to win some games for a change.

    Not all UH football fans are ignorant, mediocrity will not be tolerated.


  96. Bulla:

    A-House,

    In the 2006 Season, Scott Smith and Solomona Aigaumaua (Cal) were the D Ends, and Geordon Hanohano and The Beast were the DT's....now they.....were The 4 Horsemen! :)


  97. Ronnie:

    Bulla - I'm so happy for you and Ryan and your family! I'm glad I have time to save up so I can watch some of his home games... Maybe I'll even be able to see him beat BS-Who in Boise in 3 years!


  98. Ronnie:

    Hi RainbowCliff!

    I noticed that The Al Wooten Center was one of the beneficiaries of the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas Concert. My youngest son went to the Sunday show. He got to see his favorite band, have "the best night" of his life, and help a worthy center! Can't ask for more than that! :-)


  99. Bulla:

    to everyone who has posted,

    mahalo for your kind words for our ohana, we are humbled.

    we are just grateful for the blessings, and Ryan realizes he is on the very bottom of the totem pole. knowing that, he welcomes the opportunity to work out, train, run, and practice with all of the other Warriors that are currently in Manoa if he does well at the tryout. Ryan is just one guy, a Crusader at heart, who just wants to do anything he can to help the team in any capacity. For him to just have the chance to wear the Green and Black, is something he does not take for granted. but mahalo for the kind words.......
    GO WARRIORS


  100. chawan_cut:

    wow.


  101. Stretch:

    #91 - InLV - great find!! thanks for sharing.


  102. sportsbow:

    Re: #87.

    ST

    Rich Miano was on this mornings Bobby Curran Show (Sports Animals). He said they have 4 or 5 scholarships on hold for top players that still deciding on what school they're going to play for.

    Hopefully it's UH.


  103. SteveM:

    Kudos to Ryan Eastman!

    Welcome home. I foresee him getting even faster and stronger than now. Going to be very interesting watching him.

    ...and his dad :razz:


  104. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    InLV- That #91 link is toooo friggin funny. Awesome.


  105. madeinhawaii:

    Sportsbow..

    I'm assuming that these are players that have already been offered. So, unless they decide to go elsewhere, we really don't have any scholies left that are free and clear for a prospect that may suddenly surface.

    In that vein, it ain't easy recruiting and managing your scholarship allotment. You want the kids to make the best decision for their future, yet at the same time, you the coaches to maximize their scholarship offerings.


  106. A-House:

    Hello ST:

    It's time for nay nay!


  107. maui warrior:

    Scott Smith committed to Texas Tech the other week right? Wonder if the firing will change his mind? Guess it would depend on the hiring of the next coach also............interesting


  108. Esme:

    I'm a little late to the party but... Just wanted to drop my best wishes and congratulations to the Eastman family. Rejoicing at the arrival/return of "The Beast" and can't wait to see him in action on the field!


  109. expat:

    Capitol -ist/WassupDoc: you can't lose your residency status just by leaving to go to school. Of course, you have to not have established residency elsewhere. That doesn't necessarily mean that the kind folks at the tuition office aren't going to make a fuss about it.

    Bulla, congratulations to Ryan for having the guts to pursue his dream. He will be a valuable addition to the team.

    As far as the (non-)possibility of Leach coming to UH in some capacity... why would we want him? He would not stick around for long. With his success as a HC in a BCS conference some school or the pros would poach him within a year and it would be back to the drawing board. He would be gone before anything could be properly implemented. It is nuts to even think about it. Ron Lee has been in the Run & Shoot for a very long time and knows it. Rolo has had success in the system and is proving himself very capable. Maybe RL is the not the visionary that JJ is, but he has the smarts to develop the game plan. More to the point I think we can all see that developing and refining a sophisticated offensive scheme like the R&S does not happen overnight. RL and Rolo are not likely to be headed anywhere else soon and both have strong ties to the school. There is an advantage in that I think.


  110. Ronnie:

    Idaho up 28-14 with 5:30 to go in the 3rd. Go WAC!


  111. Pomai:

    We do not want anything to do with Leach, period...............


  112. InLV:

    And Texas Tech does not want anything to do with Greg F_ICK_N McMackin according to one Red Raider fan...


  113. Slugger:

    "Could not find frequency
    Please try again"

    Trying to listen to Coach Wade's interview on the WB show. Starts & stops. Then...gone... Ah, well...

    That blue field is UGLY at Boise St.!


  114. d1島:

    Slugger,

    Yeah, but at least you can see ALL the players! ;-)


  115. Koa-mahu:

    chawan_cut

    re #100 - wow

    were you looking at the picture of da one i gave you of me in my black mini bicycle shorts and my hot pink tube top?

    you getting me kinda nerjous and extremely excited!


  116. madeinhawaii:

    Whoah.. 35-35....Idaho vs Bowling Green... Humanitarian Bowl.. under four minutes to play... Bowling Green kicking off to Idaho...


  117. d1島:

    Clock management?


  118. d1島:

    Wow!

    (not about you, Koamahu!)


  119. d1島:

    Come on Akey!

    WAC 'em!


  120. d1島:

    That took a pair!


  121. Hawaiianbod:

    idaho has major brass b*lls going for 2, but hey they made it.

    was FINALLY earns a 'w'.


  122. Stephen Tsai:

    The one thing puzzling about the Leach case is the absence of the team doctor's input. I'm wondering why a doctor wouldn't restrict a concussed player's participation. Am I missing something here?


  123. Hawaiianbod:

    was=wac


  124. Slugger:

    Congrats to Idaho!


  125. chawan_cut:

    wac wins one. idaho beats bowling green


  126. Hawaiianbod:

    st - was corey's pic taken in hawaii or socal?

    sure looks like he had a 'merry' and 'bright' christmas. :smile:


  127. d1島:

    It must not be easy being a punt returner for Nebraska; I bet I'm not alone in remembering Johnny Rodgers everytime they receive one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJOlzDJiaDw


  128. d1島:

    "Man woman and child,
    that put 'em in the aisles!!" :lol:


  129. Pomai:

    Idaho will be good for the next few years.


  130. Bulla:

    Pomai,

    i agree, they have a local connection going with Bailey and Siavii there, and Dickson was an LB i think, the kid from Maui. originally they thought that AM was going to go there, but looks like NMSU edged them out. Good seeing you the other day, keep smiling that million dollar smile.


  131. Chee!:

    Terrific game by Idaho!! Chaulk 1 up fo da WAC!!!


  132. Hawaiianbod:

    WELCOME HOME BEAST!

    good luck and best wishes on your journey. continue to pursue your passion and dreams. you will succeed in whatever you indulge in, as you are one of God's soldier.

    your uncles/aunties are very proud of you, not to mention your dad (a man of faith, a God-ly man).

    GO WARRIORS!
    GO WILDCATS!


  133. Stephen Tsai:

    HB:
    The woman is famous. Nicole is her first name.


  134. d1島:

    Her Name is Nicole!

    ahhh...hapa-filipino.


  135. whitey:

    I going hang around with Corey


  136. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    # Stephen Tsai:
    December 30th, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    The one thing puzzling about the Leach case is the absence of the team doctor's input. I'm wondering why a doctor wouldn't restrict a concussed player's participation. Am I missing something here?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    As the best college football reporter this side of the Rockies, it's your job to find out the answer to that question. Please research and report. Can't you see that some here want to hire Leach right away? :lol: j/k

    Seriously, that is a good question. I personally wouldn't want a coach here who would do that to a player for any reason.

    Oh yeah- I wasn't kidding about the "best college reporter this side of the Rockies part", not to mention bartender and hall monitor to boot. ;)


  137. d1島:

    Hmmmm....interesting posts on twittah :roll:


  138. d1島:

    whitey,

    Let her Sway! you....


  139. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    And one more thing- I'll take an ice cold Heinie and chilled shot of Crown Royal if you have a moment. And that big bolo headed guy with the fur on his back keeps lookin' at me like knows me and its creepin' me out! :lol:


  140. bb:

    LMAO at the you tube vid in #91


  141. d1島:

    From pbshawaii on twittah

    Tonight at 7:30p LEAHEY & LEAHEY we're replaying Jim & Kanoa's conversation with June Jones, so if you missed it last week, here it is again


  142. (Jesse) James:

    Good afternoon Tsaikos...

    Sorry to have missed out yesterday...been pretty busy though between work and seeing mom in the hospital, I've been running around like a chicken without a head...LOL Mom is getting better though...they already have her sitting up and doing leg exercises which is a good thing...one day at a time and hopefully she'll be out of there by the end of January.

    ST, hmmmm...you mean Nicole of PCD??? Woo Hoo....


  143. d1島:

    (J)J,

    Just because you deserve a break....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFPvKGL69kE


  144. Pomai:

    Good new (J)J, keeping you guys in our prayers.


  145. Hawaiianbod:

    btw, when someone preface their statement by saying 'don't mean to be negative' usually they ARE being negative.

    i don't see ANYTHING 'funny' about a walk-on/non scholorship player having a nickname (i.e. the beast)! so, i guess by your analogy only scholorship players are allowed such a nickname. PFFT! if you seen ryan in-action, your attitude would definately change.

    don't need hate, it's christmas season - the time for giving. be 'merry'. if you NEED some love, i have Koa-mahu's digits on speed dial. let me know. HOLLA.


  146. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    BREAKING NEWS : UH SHOW INTEREST IN MIKE LEACH!!!

    Well I heard that we did in fact let go of Ron Lee and are in talks with Coach Leach for the O-Coordinator job. I am super excited about this news and his ability to bring that potent Air-Raid offense to UH.

    Honestly when we talk about JJ being one of the select few who can run an offense with so much brass, Leach belongs in the other "few" group.

    It'll be interesting to see how negotiations and the money factor is balanced.

    And off course if you are still reading this and believe every word of it, bless your heart.

    But honestly it would be so awesome if we could get Leach to come to UH. Yes yes Rolovich is making improvements with the offense but (speaking PURELY hypothetically) if we did have a chance for Leach as OC AND had the money you gotta take him...

    Anyone know the key difference between an Air-Raid and Run 'n Shoot? I know in so much as they do have a few more running schemes outside what we do and run a 5-wide sometimes.


  147. mctruck:

    DPK ur #139....

    Oh-O.....watch out, luv is in the air!!!, bwaaaahahaha!!

    Just thinmkin??, wud and cud JJ be pursuaded to take the TT position if the price was right?? Seems like a perfect fit, system-wise?


  148. Hawaiianbod:

    (j)j - thnx for the update on your mom. GOD IS GOOD!

    she is still on my daily prayer list, along with all of our ailing Tsaikos.give her our love.

    also, please take care of yourself, my brother.


  149. J-Dog:

    #146,

    Keep dreaming.


  150. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    j-dog,

    i like the word fantasizing a little bit more ;-)


  151. Hawaiianbod:

    sorry for not making yesterday's cc (especially since it's right in my back yard), but i'm still not medically cleared to resume daily/normal activities.

    but at least i know you folks ate for me and for that, i thank you :smile:


  152. bstunna2002:

    No way Nielsen with the lead pussycat?


  153. Hawaiianbod:

    thnx st for the 411.


  154. Hawaiianbod:

    wow - i just had a 'aunty gigi moment' (btw, you know i luv you aunty gigi).

    nicole=nicole scherzinger
    pcd=pussy cat dolls


  155. whitey:

    wow, at least we know usc will not have one of their reserve lb when they play UH. u kaveinga, jr, is transfering to byu


  156. JGM:

    Has this been posted yet?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5Q_5nYwWLU

    Hope this works


  157. Jason:

    Hawaiianbod: I didn't even have a clue who she was until bstunna2002 made his comment. :-D


  158. Slugger:

    HB,

    Thanks for deciphering.

    iwwthm,

    You must be kidding!?


  159. whitey:

    If grades make you a long shot for college, you're much more likely to get a break if you can play ball.

    Texas was one of seven schools that reported no use of special admissions, instead describing "holistic" standards that consider each applicant individually rather than relying on minimum test scores and grade-point averages.

    But the school also acknowledged in its NCAA report that athletic recruits overall are less prepared. At Texas, the average SAT score for a freshman football player from 2003 to 2005 was 945 -- or 320 points lower than the typical first-year student's score on the entrance exam.


  160. whitey:

    At Alabama, 19 football players got in as part of a special admissions program from 2004 to 2006, the most recent years available in the NCAA report. The school tightened its standards for "special admits" in both 2004 and 2007, but from 2004 through 2006, Crimson Tide athletes were still more than 43 times more likely to benefit from such exemptions.

    Alabama coach Nick Saban offered no apologies.


  161. whitey:

    Gerald Gurney, incoming president of the National Association of Academic Advisers for Athletics, favors a return by the NCAA to the minimum test score requirement abandoned several years ago. He said the NCAA's "virtually open admissions standards" threaten academic integrity.

    "Special admissions, in and of itself, isn't something to be ashamed of. It does add value to a university," said Gurney, senior associate athletic director for academics and student life at Oklahoma. "However, when you have students who need such a great deal of remediation, it jeopardizes the very essence of the university."


  162. whitey:

    The AP review also identified eight schools where athletes were no more likely than other students to get a break with special admissions: Arizona State, Arkansas State, Boise State, Iowa, Kent State, Mississippi State, New Mexico and West Virginia.


  163. Hank:

    Congratulations to Ryan and his Dad...it'll be exciting to watch his progress...


  164. whitey:

    dang, thought UH would be one of 8.


  165. labratatouie:

    What is a pussycat doll?


  166. OldDiver:

    The thought of bringing Mike Leach here is silly. Leach was winning because Tech has a huge sports budget, facilities to die for, endless perks for athletes, located in Texas and alumni with deep pockets. Winning with x's and o's is great when you have even teams like in pop warner. Modern college football in general is a game of who has the most money, and who is willing to skirt the rules.


  167. Richie:

    Congratulations to THE BEAST and to Bulla. This is great news!

    Has his former SLHS teammate, Scott Smith, made any commitments anywhere? With Jacob Barit competing at middle linebacker and Geordean Hanohano on the D-Line, we will have a little reunion of the Crusaders of a couple of years ago. Kamalu Umu is also a very good player from the class before. Their rival from Kahuku, Kaniela Tuipulotu, will certainly be a great one. When does spring practice start?


  168. Hank:

    ...it's not surprising to me that the son of Craig James is involved in this....

    personally, i'm not a fan of his because of his arrogant style of sports commentary...being at SMU just before they got the death penalty as well...there's a dark shadow that follows this dude.


  169. TYaiea:

    inLV, that #91 is hilarious...funny, funny, funny....


  170. I Love Pecan Pie:

    Here is a video of what Craig James'
    son has to say about this whole thing...

    http://www.youtube.com/user/bluemakwa#p/a/u/0/a9zWrvw68q0


  171. madeinhawaii:

    Idaho beat Bowling Green.
    Man, that's huge..
    Not just for Idaho.. but for the WAC.

    Idaho has finally turned the corner and is looking good. It took a decade to do but this win gives the WAC a leg up. Hopefully Utah State and NMSU will soon follow suit.


  172. Maverick:

    YEA!
    RIGHT ON!

    SNOWFLAKE, I mean DA BEAST is coming BACK to HAWAII NEI !!!!!

    This is Best'est in West'est NEW YEARS GIFT YET!!!!

    Eastman Ohana, Congrats!


  173. tommui:

    We should hire this coach - of course he was accused of kicking one of this players and abusing others - opps, sorry, it was a woman's basketball coach I was thinking of ...

    I really don't care if a football player was a primadona but if he was hurt - slight concussion or major one - if story is correct that he was locked in storage or electrical storage closet - I don't think such a coach should be hired, let alone considered.

    Or is it that he is a winning coach and that makes all the difference in the world?


  174. whitey:

    Counselor Tom, at #156, there is a most interesting post about what this "electrical room" is like. This is the same room that is used to interview coaches. Not going get into this more, but this is a case where three sides may come out the loser, TT, James, and Leach.


  175. whitey:

    TT had a mbb coach who had a worse record as far as athlete abuse, but the school neva did anything to him. Why, I really don't know, but he is a winning coach. So, did TT do wrong by keeping hiim till he retired???


  176. chawan_cut:

    arizona looks bad.


  177. whitey:

    Most people who coach winning teams have basically no fear of consequences, but have tremendous belief in their ability to coach winners. Money is very important, but believing in themselves and their abilities is what makes them coach.


  178. JGM:

    http://dennis-dodd.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/6270202/19238949

    E-mails in support of Mike Leach


  179. whitey:

    i guess this is the same for anybody to be successful.


  180. duffer (iPhone):

    Hey Bulla, how about "raindrop" instead of snowflake? :-)


  181. whitey:

    JGM, i don't see anybody winning this case, but right now am looking at 3 losers. What do you think????


  182. whitey:

    duffer, or he can use my name "whitey", but when is home long enough, then he can change his name back to "beast". hahahahahaaaa


  183. whitey:

    my good friend who is a cornhusker must be smiling and put on all his old N clothes.


  184. madeinhawaii:

    NMSU needs a good coach .. real bad.


  185. JGM:

    whitey, I agree.

    But I have to say I am losing respect for ESPN. High profile coaches have been fired in the past without nearly this much coverage. And all their coverage seems to be very one sided. I figure there are always two sides to a story. I'm glad I searched the internet.


  186. whitey:

    getting very close to the end of 2009 and guess most are waiting for the new year to see if things are going to be different.


  187. whitey:

    it has been fun posting the last few days since this is truly a dead week as far as recruiting, but it is a highlight week for college fb. right now, the pac-10 is getting runned over by everyone and hope the ducks can salvage sumthing for them. the 2 underdogs, cincy and boise, i am cheering for them because they play UH and look forward to seeing us in action against them.


  188. whitey:

    as far as me predicting bowl winners, i am not very good, but i truly like the underdogs.


  189. whitey:

    sum are not too happy about boise, but give them their kudos. if they can knock tcu, there is a chance they could finish #2. this would be good for the WAC cause in all probability ESPN will show more WAC games, give the WAC huge exposure, and in turn help all the schools financially.


  190. whitey:

    thinking about it we could be playing 2 teams in the top 10 next season and who knows what the outcome will be. it would truly be sumthing if we win both games. hooooooo haaaaaaaa!!!!!!!


  191. whitey:

    not fb related, but i didn't know r limbaugh was in hnl and is now in serious condition in one of the hospital.


  192. whitey:

    sheesh, i hope the cyclones win whatever bowl they are playing in or i am in for sum ribbing from my cornhusker friend.


  193. whitey:

    someone mentioned that UH may have 4-5 scholies left and are awaiting replies. i have no idea who, but hope one of them is the kid from kapolei and the other is from kahuku. any guess???


  194. whitey:

    i guess the blog must be down on oahu. hahahahaaaaa


  195. whitey:

    or the lurkers are waiting for 200


  196. whitey:

    but if i keep a very low profile, i may be able to sneak past them and get to 200.


  197. whitey:

    normally, wafan would be the logical one to get to 200, but he not paying attention, so sneak, sneak, sneak


  198. whitey:

    shortcut 198


  199. Chee!:

    197 haha


  200. whitey:

    steady as she goes, can see the top of the hill


  201. Chee!:

    200


  202. Chee!:

    Shux LOL


  203. whitey:

    Chee, you one sneaky buggah, but using my stealth technique, i made it. hooooooo haaaaaaaa!!!!!!


  204. whitey:

    chee, thanks, now going take brake.


  205. al:

    i am guessing that the last 4-5 scholarships will go to 3-4 star quality players. it is now a matter of time as to who verbals first.

    there is a pecking order but soon it will be a race to who commits first.

    here's hoping that we get that cornerback and that safety first. we sure could use the numbers in the defensive backfield.

    tweet, tweet.


  206. Kekoa:

    Hey Barkeep...More Whis-key!


  207. LOL® (I Love Coach Duff):

    And, yes, UH has received your e-mails and read your posts: You want Leach to be the Warriors' offensive coordinator.

    That's a good and funny one.... Mike Leach as offensive coordinator under Greg McMackin.

    But Leach is not coming here. No money. No opening.

    But you forgot the most important reason. Why would he want to work under his former defensive coordinator knowing what he knows? Leach "the mad scientist" might be a little off and eccentric, but he isn't insane enough to do that.

    And Texas Tech does not want anything to do with Greg McMackin according to one Red Raider fan...

    No surprise there. Go ask any long time Red Raider fan about why he ended up out of coaching for a few years... teaching a class at Tech until JJ came calling after Glanville left for PSU.


  208. Derek:

    Corey Neilson, you da man! There is no way Mike Leach is going to come to Hawaii so forget about it. Recruiting priority. Number 1, we need a place kicker, a good one. Two, defense wins championships and we weren't good the last 2 years. So, if UH is smart we need defensive linemen and pass rushers. Cornerbacks are also valuable.
    But, I still feel we need a big back who can break tackles, somebody who is around 6'0 to 6'2 and about 225-240 w/ low center of gravity w/ about 4.6 speed. Anybody knows somebody who fits that mold? This kid from Calif. by the name of Vainuku seems to be pretty good from the clips I saw.


  209. madeinhawaii:

    Hmm... McMackin and I share the same B-day.


  210. madeinhawaii:

    The Texas Tech vs Leach issue looks to get uglier before it's all resolved.


  211. NYUH:

    LOL®: You got nothing.
    Derek: Sounds like Jake Huen, wasn't he supposed to be that RB?


  212. Mike:

    Belated congrats to the Bullas. I'm sure Ryan will add to the long legacy of walk-ons who made a big impact on the program.

    Oh, and just to clarify, that was a different Mike who posted the thing about firing Ron Lee earlier today. Seriously.

    Tsai the Younger


  213. Mike:

    MIH -- Cool. Mac and I share the same cholesterol level.


  214. whitey:

    Long time no see Mike. Still got your bike????


  215. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    In case you didn't watch the game either in person or on K5, the Wahine pounded poi again tonight. Behind as much as 10 points in the first half of the first half, they played back to a tie and then kept the kent State from taking the lead until the last couple of minutes - and then pulled it off by winning by 3.

    Coach Dana has instilled the Never Give Up ethic in the team. Maybe all the student-athletes playing for UH in all the other sports might take a lesson or two from the women.

    Na Wahine return to the Stan Sheriff Center on January 13. It would be really nice if 1,000 fans showed up to support the team.


  216. expat:

    LOL: I am not clear on what you are talking about with McMackin and Texas Tech. I must be missing something. After his stint at TT McMackin coached for the 49ers when Erickson was there. He was, of course, also Erickson's DC at Seattle and at Miami. He took a brief hiatus from coaching before coming back to the Warriors, but so what?


  217. madeinhawaii:

    Mike...
    must be the same number as our b-day, then.... 424


  218. madeinhawaii:

    expat,

    If I remember correctly, Coach Mack was also voted one of the nation's top coaches while at Texas Tech. Then he went to the 49's for a few years. Then in 2007 he went back to TT to teach for one semester. If TT thought so badly of him, why would they hire him as an instructor? Then in the second half of 2007, he came back to Hawaii.


  219. Ralph:

    1400+ recorded as wbb attendance tonight. very good. E Bolla year the Na Wahine got only about 200.


  220. duffer (iPhone):

    Ahhhhh Ralph

    I watching the replay now.


  221. al:

    duffer up past 11 pm?


  222. madeinhawaii:

    The only thing that bothered me about the Na Wahine game today was the final score. Wahine truly dominated the boards tonight but the final score didn't reflect that.

    But tonight's effort was a team effort. And that will pay dividends down the road.


  223. Ralph:

    Duffer but i didn't give the score!


  224. Ralph:

    MIH they need to improve their shot selection, on sets the shooters got to allow their teammates to be in position to rebound. they won the rebound stat tonight but it maybe more a problem with Kent St. than technique and floor position.


  225. al:

    duffer

    this blog is unkindly to those who have chosen to watch the rebroadcast of any and all events.

    tonight we have the three amigos trying to play beat writer.
    jeez.


  226. duffer (iPhone):

    Al

    yep

    Ralph

    my bad, al always blaming you.


  227. SteveM:

    Quiet time now. Not so exactly 2 years ago as we waited for New Year's Eve and the Sugar Bowl on New Year's day. Feel like some nostalgia? Here's the trek of LizKauai and Kekoa back in the days before before her blog and FaceBook (Liz emailed me her pix from New Orleans and I used her live blog posts)...

    http://homepage.mac.com/smurashi/photos/lizktrip.html

    Then the concurrent Tsai-kos in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl with pix contributed from multiple sources...

    http://homepage.mac.com/smurashi/photos/msytsaikos.html

    :cool:
    Happy New Year, everyone!


  228. al:

    i am sure that every coach is just chomping at the bit in anticipation of jan. 2nd.

    critical is the order importance as each coach prepares their home visits, follow up visits, and official visits as they aproach the stretch run of the all important recruiting process.

    hopefully each week will bring the announcement of another future warrior to the fold.

    this is going to be fun.


  229. LizKauai [iMac] Happy New Year!:

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

    oops...
    gotta got to bed first and wake up again...

    SteveM... thanks for the trip down memory lane!
    Amazing how much work it was to keep the Tsai-ko ohana updated!


  230. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    I am going to check on the # of tickets sold v. the number who had their tickets scanned because there certainly were not 1,444 people in the Stan Sheriff Center tonight. The upper section was closed off and I only counted about 300 in the two end zones - not counting the band - and our area above the two benches. Across the way, there were maybe another 250 or so.

    That many tickets sold is fine, but the team deserves to have our support in person as well.

    Na Wahine cleared the boards again & again and made some really solid plays, but the spirit is what I noticed above all.

    Don't forget - the guys kick off the WAC season this Saturday against Idaho.


  231. Ralph:

    Whitey Iowa State plays Minnesota tomorrow at 1 pm, unfortunately it is televised on nflL. you might be able to find a bar on the dark side that will carry the game.


  232. RainbowCliff:

    Ronnie, KROQ has been so kind to us over the years with the Christmas Acoustic Concert as it makes me proud that your son attended the event with the MANY Rock n Roll bands that play for the worthy cause for non profits.

    Always a pleasure to hear and recognize you ! Have a Happy New Year !


  233. Ralph:

    mvb tournament next week: USC, Penn St and Ohio State...the Charlie Wade era begins at the SSC.


  234. Lopaka43:

    Aloha, Tsaiko Ohana,

    Funny how the McMackin haters twist even the Mike Leach debacle into an attack on Mack.

    While Mack was at Texas Tech, he was recognized for being a great recruiter. He left Texas Tech for better paying jobs at the pro level, and did a great job as a coach of pro defenses.

    Idaho showed today the value of giving a coach time to get his staff and system in place and to develop the athletes needed to make the system work.

    I think that we are going to turn the corner next year, the way that Idaho turned the corner this year. To me the best sign is that our guys worked hard and never gave up this year, even when they were getting clobbered. That is a sign to me that they had not lost faith in the coaches or their team mates.

    Our coaches overcame great adversity the last two years. They showed that they could develop three quarterbacks who can run the R&S with success. The offense showed flashes of being what they had been in the glory years of Colt; they also showed that they were still a work in progress at other times. The defense really struggled, but rose to the occaison for the Navy game. I find great hope in all of that.

    Finally, the idea that the UH football coaching job is some wonderful opportunity that Mainland coaches are despreately seeking is deluded.

    The people who have made Hawaii teams competitors are guys like Dave Shoji, Vince Goo, Les Murakami, and Riley Wallace, coaches who love and understand Hawaii and wanted to stay here. Mack fits right in with them. He deserves the chance to build the program without all this hostile demand for instant gratification.

    Thanks for opportunity to vent!

    Go Vandals!! Go Warriors!! Go Bows!!


  235. Pomai:

    Very good post Lopaka43


  236. protector:

    Aside from the character & economic issues which would preclude Leach's hiring, some forget that UH's Offense is qualitatively different from Texas Tech's. Installing that version would not be a minor thing to be implemented during the off-season. I'm sure it would delight the true haters & bashers as it would sabotage, if not derail, the progress that the Offense has been making. To ask the QBs & receivers (who are just getting comfortable to our system) to adjust to a different one is just ludicrous & unjustifiable. It would truly stymy point production and the haters know that Leach wouldn't get the blame; it would go right back to Coach Mack so that the haters can repeat their idiotic mantra. No such luck. As this team solidifies, Coach Mack will have the last laugh.


  237. Warren C:

    Ryan: Your gift on the field will now shine even more with the Warriors. Bulla's right, its time for you to be at the next level. So......let the real games begin!!!!

    Keep the faith and Let Christ be the Center of all your circumstances, Ryan!


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  239. Native:

    We will miss the Beast at Weber State, but we are glad he came here and wish Ryan and his family all the best at UH. The entire family is first class!


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