The Warrior Beat

Arizona is the hot spot

January 29th, 2010

Add Colt Brennan to the growing list of Warrior-tied football players training in Arizona. The weather, easy travel access and numerous training facilities make Arizona an attractive workout area.

Brennan, who has successfully recovered from three surgeries in the past 18 months, said he finally is healthy for the first time since September 2007.

Brennan said he will continue training in Arizona for two months, then participate in the Washington Redskins' two-month training program.

He said he now weighs 216.

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Former Kamehameha Schools offensive linemen Elmer Lim and Scott Collins have been added to the Warriors' spring roster.

Also, Casey Purdy, a Word of Life graduate, will compete in spring training.


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Bright and early, several UH football players headed to Ching field to practice footwork and skill drills.


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Here are cousins Mana Lolotai and Kapono Rawlins-Crivello:


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From UH's Derek Inouchi:

University of Hawai‘i Athletics Director Jim Donovan announced the addition of Western Kentucky, which is now Division I-A, to almost complete the 2012 football schedule. The Warriors and Hilltoppers will close out the regular season with a game on Dec. 1, 2012 at Aloha Stadium.

With the addition of Western Kentucky, the Warriors need one more opponent to complete the 2012 schedule. UH has already filled the upcoming 2010 schedule as well as 2011.

“We’re pleased that Western Kentucky has filled one of the open slots for the 2012 schedule,” Donovan said. “I’m sure their coaches, players and fans are very excited for the opportunity to play an FBS opponent on the road to finish the regular season. Having already completed the 2010 and ’11 schedules and needing one more game for ’12 and ’13, we’re meeting one of our goals to have the football schedule complete several years out.”

Hawai‘i and Western Kentucky will play for the first time on the football field.

The 2012 schedule includes road games at USC (Sept. 1) and Brigham Young (Sept. 8) to open the season and a home game against UNLV (Sept. 22).

Since last year, UH has announced new games with Army, Brigham Young (2012 & 2013), and UC Davis and extended series with USC, Oregon State, Washington, and UNLV.

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