Sunday ramblings

August 29th, 2010
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• Nice to see that former Warrior wideout Ashley Lelie has been re-classified as a UH student assistant, allowing him to coach on the field. As a student manager, he was allowed to serve as only an off-field mentor to player. Lelie received clearance from the NCAA, which allows schools to offer student assistant positions to players who returned to their schools to complete work on a bachelor's degree. Jason Rivers also will be a student assistant. Not sure what roles Fetaiagogo Fonoti and Lance Samuseva, who already has a bachelor's degree, will fill. 

• It's nice when popular opinion and the coaches' opinion match. Freshman sensation Allen Sampson will not redshirt this season. 

• With Scott Enos locking down the placekicking job, freshman Tyler Hadden will be available on a need-to-play basis. Barring injury, for the first road trip — to Army and Colorado — safety Kenny Estes will be Enos' backup.

• The Warriors got to wear their game-day helmets during yesterday's practice. Seeing those dark-green helmets makes you realize the opener is very near. 

• Some players were under the illusion that they could still request number changes. What they're learning is the number worn in practice might not be the number worn during games, if a formal request was not made. The names already have been sewn onto the jerseys. 

• It appears Brashton Satele survived the New York Jets' first cut. Linebacker Calvin Pace's foot injury, while bad for the Jets, is helpful to Satele's situation. 

* * * * * 

Very happy birthday wishes to ... 

Dylan Linkner — fellow Windward resident who always works hards (and usually for low or no pay). 

Kerri Mokulehua — one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. 

Keith Ah Yuen — the voice of reason, and what a "One In A Million You" voice. 

Ian Rutka — To paraphrase Rod Tidwell: You're militant but we love you.

Pomai — One of the many who walk the walk. 

Cliff Sanchez — A man whose heart is as big as his playing-days hair (and he had big hair back in the day). Those kids in L.A. are lucky to have your help. 

Pohai Keli‘ikipi — One of the top nurses around. And funny, too. She's doing my eulogy. 

And ... how many birthdays are there today? Pomai and a Pohai. Michael Jackson. Elliott Gould. Weezy from the Jeffersons ... 

Happy birthday to all.

294 Responses to “Sunday ramblings”

  1. WarriorMojo:

    First, baby!

    Morning, all!


  2. HNL:

    morning, # 2


  3. ai-eee-soos:

    starting defense named - see S-A sports section


  4. djmitcho:

    Good Sunday Morning Tsaikos! Top5! Whoohoo


  5. HNL:

    Any word if they are going to redshirt Bright yet, probaly going to be as needed huh.


  6. Garret:

    Very interesting news about Lelie! It is great that he will be allowed to coach on the field, since UH will need an on-field WR coach if Mouse is in the booth.

    This sure seems like there is a loophole in the rules that rewards teams who have players that do *not* get their degrees. If they don't get their degree they get to coach on the field as a student assistant, but if they graduate then they cannot coach on the field unless they are a coach. So, teams with players who don't graduate get to have extra coaches...


  7. Garret:

    Dragging this over from the end of the last blog:

    Looking at the Athletic Budget numbers, it is understandable why the bottom of the WAC has such a hard time improving itself. There is also a BIG problem at NMSU since they are #3 in spending in the WAC and they couldn't afford a training table during their training camp last year and had to ask for fans to bring snacks and juice boxes for their players to have after practice.

    UH spends by far the most of any WAC school, probably due to travel (that is a huge line item in UH's audited budgets). However, UH would only be #8 in spending in the MWC, with only Wyoming and Colorado State spending less. The lowest budget in the MWC would be #4 in spending in the WAC.

    BSU spending less than UH, Fresno State, Nevada, and NMSU surprises me.

    MWC athletic budgets (2008-09 fiscal year)
    » TCU, $46.5
    » BYU, $35.6
    » San Diego State, $34.5
    » Air Force, $33.0
    » New Mexico, $32.0
    » UNLV, $31.9
    » Utah, $31.0
    » Wyoming, $24.7
    » Colorado State, $21.7

    WAC athletic budgets (2008-09 fiscal year)
    » Hawaii, $30.6
    » Fresno State, $26.7
    » New Mexico State, $25.6
    » Nevada, $21.4
    » Boise State, $20.5
    » San Jose State, $17.0
    » Utah State, $16.5
    » Idaho, $15.1
    » Louisiana Tech, $13.9


  8. ai-eee-soos:

    starting defense:

    LE: Liko Satele
    LT: Vaughn Meatoga
    RT: Kaniela Tuipulotu
    RE: Kamalu Umu
    SLB: Paipai Falemalu
    MLB: George Daily-Lyles
    WLB: Corey Paredes
    LCB: Lametrius Davis
    SS: Spencer Smith
    FS: Mana Silva
    RCB: Jeramy Bryant
    NB: Richard Torres
    DB: Lewis Walker


  9. Stretch:

    Good Morning Tsaikos!

    Happy Birthday Pride!

    Happy Birthday Pomai!


  10. Garret:

    Interesting feature article about whether or not Montana and Montana State can afford to move up to D-IA. Montana sure doesn't have much of a TV market right now:

    O’Day said the Grizzlies brought in around $72,000 in television revenue last season, while WAC schools grossed close to $500,000.

    “I think the average base budget in the WAC is somewhere around $20 million. In the Big Sky, we’re at $10-13 million.”

    “We’d have to have an expansion of the (football) stadium. You’d have to increase your academic staff, your weight room staff, your equipment staff, your administrative staff. So you have a lot of expenses.”

    Would the increase in revenue be more than enough to offset the increase in expenses?

    “I think we’d be hard-pressed to make the connection,” Fields said.


  11. Garret:

    Maybe it wasn't UNLV or SDSU that tipped off the MWC about the WAC's plans. It seems that the WAC feels that someone in C-USA's office tipped off the MWC's commissioner. When the MWC met with the C-USA last week, numerous articles discussed how the commissioners of the MWC and C-USA were close friends and longtime colleagues. So, with the MWC and C-USA discussing multiple partnership/teaming opportunities, isn't it feasible that the C-USA's commissioner let his good friend Craig Thompson know about what Karl Benson told him?

    Karl Benson told UTEP that the WAC wanted to trade UTEP with La Tech after BYU joined the WAC, and Benson hinted to UTEP that other teams would be joining the WAC also. Wasn't that enough information to get the MWC to prepare to defend itself, especially since the other teams weren't coming from C-USA so they could only have been coming from the MWC? The WAC says that "protocol" made Benson tell C-USA about the WAC's plans (did the MWC follow that protocol? did the WAC follow protocol and tell the MWC anything?)...so, it appears that the WAC itself thinks that *Karl Benson* was the source that let C-USA know, and the WAC feels that C-USA told the MWC.

    Protocol dictated that Benson notify C-USA, which Benson did, calling commissioner Britton Banowsky and informing him of the conversation and possible changes. It was someone at C-USA, people involved surmise, who might have tipped Thompson about the rapidly accelerating moves afoot.


  12. ai-eee-soos:

    special teams:

    PK: Scott Enos
    H: Shane Austin
    LS: Luke Ingram
    P: Alex Dunnachie
    KR: Royce Pollard
    KR/PR: Allen Sampson
    PR: Ryan Henry


  13. Garret:

    Some twitter updates from Miami's practice today:

    Davone Bess caught a nice juggling pass on a ball Jason Allen came close to knocking down. Bess toe tapped to keep it in.

    Ike Alama-Francis has replaced Koa Misi as the Dolphins starting SLBer in today's practice.


  14. Stephen Tsai:

    Garret:
    UH is very particular, by the way, when it comes to GAs. The job must be posted for 10 working days. Not sure why, since GAs receive the equivalent of a scholarship, and scholarships don't have to be advertised for 10 working days.


  15. CoolEthan:

    "What'chu talk'n bout Wheezy?"


  16. ai-eee-soos:

    #5 HNL - you are correct. This excerpt is from the article in today's S-A sport section:

    McMackin said wideout Darius Bright, defensive end Beau Yap and safety Bubba Poueu-Luna will be kept on the active roster, but used only if needed, preserving the possibility of redshirting.

    Bright, who is 6 feet 4 and 230 pounds, is behind Rodney Bradley and Joe Avery at left wideout. Bright is a key member of four special teams.

    McMackin said Bright will make the first road trip, to Army and Colorado.

    "If we need him, we'll use him," McMackin said. "If we don't, then we'll make decisions."

    Of redshirting, Bright said: "It's still undecided. We want to see how the season goes. We'll see game by game. I'm fine with it. No rush."


  17. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Happy Birthday to all o' the gang!

    A special shout out to Keith - Oh great one, may your day be a great one!

    To Pomai - one of the nicest guys you could ever meet and the "Godfather" of Wahine softball!

    Hey Cliff - On your birhtday, I hope your new hale is as filled with love, goodness and grace as you are!


  18. Stephen Tsai:

    On the one hand, Darius Bright is too good not to use this season.
    On the other hand, if he doesn't get much playing time at wideout, UH fans would feel sad if next year is his final UH season.


  19. Dennis Halloran:

    When I was walking back from church this morning, I thought how different people kneel in church.
    It came to me that UH should kneel and ask for MWC invite.
    I thanked God that football is back!


  20. HNL:

    I think if we suffer at special teams, then use him, or if Bradley gets hurt.


  21. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Stephen, Dennis and HNL. ;)


  22. Stephen Tsai:

    Although he attended City College of SF, Bright wants it known he is from North Carolina.


  23. Stephen Tsai:

    Mornin', DPK.


  24. Stephen Tsai:

    It was nice to see the legendary Boyd Yap at practice yesterday.


  25. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Another nostalgia filled eatery bites the dust!

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/20100829_Perrys_Smorgy_restaurant_in_Waikiki_closing_doors.html#axzz0y1JL3hyp


  26. sjmacro:

    Good Sunday Morning Tsaikos. Happy Bdays to Pride, Pomai and RainbowCliff.
    Getting ready to wake up the late risers. Go Y--P--O Go Wa:!: P:!:O :)


  27. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Boyd's one of those "nicest guys you could ever meet" types.

    I've never seen another local running back like him.


  28. sjmacro:

    Try again WA :!: P :!: O


  29. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Tough situation for Bright. I hope we get see full use of his talents for as many seasons as possible.


  30. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Looking forward to that game too, sj! :)


  31. greenthumb:

    Wow, lots of news (YAY WAIPIO!!!!!), lots of birthdays! :) Ferd's chronology of "The Project" made for interesting reading. I do wonder why it was protocol to tell C-USA of the plans before things were locked down. Or if this had to be done, have the C-USA person promise in advance not to repeat anything, along the lines of a nondisclosure agreement?

    Technical note: the WB has disappeared from the blogs box again, but there are multiple listings of other blogs? As a friendly suggestion, is it possible to make the big "Blogs" label a hyperlink? I know there is a hyperlink below, but it's in small type and people may miss it.


  32. Stephen Tsai:

    OK, I sorta-sorta promised I would do yard work today, so Waipio updates would be nice.


  33. A-joe:

    Gmorning gangie!

    BIK- I wen go Myron's boy graduation/Birthday/Bon voyage two weekends ago. Kini going Jersey fo play ball.

    Myron still the same. tru huntah yet! Braddah tro one mean party. Mean da laulau/smoke meat/opihi poke live music.


  34. Stephen Tsai:

    Greenthumb:
    As I understand it, plans may or may not be in the works to have a link to all of the sports blogs. You'll have to ask Scott's mother to ask Scott.


  35. sjmacro:

    HiFlyer not MIA, his computer is on the fritz. He'll be there with the early grill crew at the Tgate.


  36. Stephen Tsai:

    If I were a blog host, I would have one post a day, then add updates to the post. That way all of the comments stay on one thread, making it easier for readers to keep up with conversations.


  37. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Stephen -

    I have some heart breaking news for you: It may be too rainy for yard work. And a look at the weather radar shows more rain lining up over the Maunawili area.

    So try not to gnash your teeth too much while watching Waipio defeating Japan to conquer the world. :lol:


  38. A-joe:

    Hau'oli La Hanau Tsaikos! Make this a day to remember a lifetime!


  39. greenthumb:

    Dear Scott's Mom,

    Warrior Beat is my favorite StarAdvertiser blog, and we readers appreciate all your son has done to make it reader-friendly in its new home (numbers, etc.). Unfortunately, sometimes it disappears from the blog roll on the paper's home page. On those occasions, it would be great to be able to click on the big blue "Blog" heading to be taken to the list of blogs, especially since lots of folks have been trained to think that blue = hyperlink. Hopefully this is not too humbug and would be relatively simple while you are evaluating doing sports-specific links.

    Thank you!
    :)


  40. HawaiiMongoose:

    Garret, re #10, I've always considered Montana a stretch for WAC membership. They love their football and support it rabidly, but their market is just too small in terms of population to sustain a full-fledged FBS athletic program over the long term. Missoula is the country's 329th most populous metropolitan statistical area, which is actually below Logan (296th) and Las Cruces (202nd). It's obviously much bigger than Moscow or Ruston, but Idaho's and LaTech's athletic programs are on life support from a budgetary standpoint. Best not to add another conference member that's likely to be in perpetual critical condition.

    By comparison, UC Davis, Sac State, Texas State and UT San Antonio are all either in or border large MSAs. UC Davis already has a $20 million athletic budget and Sac State is around $16 million. Both Texas State and UT San Antonio are approaching $20 million. Even though "football drives the bus", I think that if the WAC is thinking long-term then all four are better prospective additions than Montana.


  41. Stephen Tsai:

    DPK:
    Yeah, I know. I was doing my rain dance while Wena was in the bathroom.


  42. d1島:

    ...any video of that dance?


  43. Ipu Man:

    Cliff Rainbow and Pomai---
    Warriors in Heart!
    Happy Birthday


  44. CoolEthan:

    If I were a blog host( which I'm not) I would wear a different wig each day, post that pic, and let everyone try to quess who I'm trying to be.

    That winner gets 2 comp. tix to each Warrior football game.


  45. Last Call:

    BYU will need to make their move by Wednesday of this week or remain in the MWC for another year. Right now still nothing but rumors and speculation out there .

    So what is UH doing besides weighting the options ? My guess is nothing because doing nothing is what they do best.


  46. Stephen Tsai:

    I would say it worked except it rains every day where I live.


  47. Ipu Man:

    Happy Birthday Pride!
    Another great commentor...


  48. Stephen Tsai:

    CoolEthan:
    One of the best professors at UH is Lee Siegel. He taught religion, and would dress in character depending on the day's topic.


  49. CoolEthan:

    So I quess that Elvis wig is out of the question.
    Elvis' b-day already came and went.

    ST would of looked good in black.


  50. CoolEthan:

    btw, those are the type of professors that had perfect attendance records with their students.


  51. Stephen Tsai:

    I always wear black, when covering football games. You don't want to know what you're stepping on in locker rooms.


  52. Stephen Tsai:

    CoolEthan:
    Only class that was better attended was American Studies' History of Cinema. Met once a week. Watched a movie. Wrote a review. And they weren't Mickey Rourke movies, so you could understand the dialogue.


  53. CoolEthan:

    Count down to the best'est team in the world coming up.

    Don't Mess With Waipio!


  54. Slugger:

    Good morning, gangeez!!!

    HAU'OLI LA HANAU to Pomai, Pride., Rainbow Cliff and all others celebrating on this day!!!

    May Waipio deliver a winning birthday present to you today!

    GO WAIPIO!!!

    Good news about Ashley Lelie being able to coach.

    Go, Allen Sampson!


  55. RedZone:

    Go Waipio.

    ST nice insert of Warrior football in todays paper. Looks like a glossy mag.


  56. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    GO WAIPIO! GO WAHINE! GO MICHELLE!
    Beat USC! and while we are at it, Beat UCLA!

    Happy birthday PRIDE, POMAI, RAINBOW_CLIFF!
    Not to mention Dylan, Kerri, Ian and Pohai.
    Enjoy your special day!


  57. Ipu Man:

    btw for those of you who say this blog link disappears...
    Save this blog to your
    "FAVORITES"...
    and then go there everytime instead of
    Star Advertiser home page.
    Or make this blog your "HOME" page.


  58. Ipu Man:

    Birthday blasts to all especially Pohai, too!


  59. Ipu Man:

    tv announcers mentioned "ti leaves" but they looked
    more like Shinto Japanese blessing leaves...


  60. A-House:

    Happy Birfday to Pomai, Pride, and Rainbow Cliff - many more happy returns!!!!!!!


  61. A-House:

    BYU announcement may have a twist that may make the WAC happy, happy, happy!!!


  62. A-House:

    Lesson learned for Benson - never reveal " all your plans to another if it is not your primary target" - getting BYU on board first was a lot more important than trading LaTech for UTEP. It could have waited. But, I do give him credit for crafting such a plan!


  63. tommui:

    Without putting a curse on her, can this be Michelle's day? Seven holes to go!
    (My golf expertise is strictly on the computer).


  64. Pomai:

    Well it's four more days till kickoff, are you ready for some football???

    Make sure you show up at the tailgate, going to have a special drawing for a nice prize. Can't say what it is, so you need to show up.......


  65. Shoko:

    Good morning, folks. HB's to all! Oh, and goooo Waipio!


  66. A-joe:

    Come on, Waipio!

    Still can!

    =)


  67. Shoko:

    Only down by one. Anybody's game. :)


  68. Roy Pywell:

    Wow We have to say that is excellent. Even composing that article should have taken you a seriously long time. Many thanks for the hard work!


  69. Coconutchaser:

    darius bright needs to be used, bubba poueu-luna needs to be used. beau yap needs to be used. this is a make or break season and especially with not knowing whats gonna go on next year. this is the year to put all the cards on the table. doesn't bubba run a 21 point something 200m? we need game speed on the field. he can be offense or defensive weapon. darius bright is the man too. put them on the field coach.


  70. Matt:

    Waipio scores. Japan still leads 2-1. Waipio runners on 1st and 3rd. No outs.


  71. Ipu Man:

    ha-ha...tv interpreter told announcers that Japan's
    manager told his players, "Don't worry about it"...
    but my Japanese friend said he said, "Your fault!"...


  72. Ipu Man:

    Wonder if the umpire has 20-20 vision?


  73. Matt:

    Waipio coming up to bat bottom of the 5th. Still trailing 2-1.


  74. Matt:

    Waipio coming up to bat bottom of the 5th. Still trailing 2-1.


  75. Matt:

    Heading into the 6th inning. Still same same.


  76. Matt:

    Michelle Wie leading by 3 strokes going into the last hole.


  77. Ipu Man:

    'Chicken skin" applause by whole stadium all around the whole
    field for Waipio pitcher as he trots out to his new position in
    the outfield. Good job! Just winning the U.S.A. championship
    makes me proud of the whole team and parents.


  78. Matt:

    Japan takes a 4-1 lead on a two run homer.


  79. d1島:

    BELIEVE!


  80. A-joe:

    Come on, Waipio!

    Still can!


  81. A-joe:

    No sked!

    Geev um!


  82. A-joe:

    No give up!

    Keep Fighting!


  83. A-joe:

    I love it!

    Keep fighting!

    Till the end!


  84. A-joe:

    2 outs!

    Still get chance!

    Come on Waipio!


  85. Matt:

    Michelle Wie wins the Canadian Women's Open.


  86. A-joe:

    Good Job boys!

    Sooo proud of all you!


  87. Matt:

    Waipio loses by 3, but had a great World Series. The 808 is proud of you boys.


  88. tommui:

    So proud of the WAIPIO boys!

    And how about Michelle!!!!


  89. A-joe:

    Nothing to be ashamed of.

    You've all represented your families, Waipio, Hawaii and America well.


  90. LK:

    Happy Birthday to:

    Rainbow Cliff: My wife's alltime favorite UH Basketball Player.
    Pride. : Former Rainbow Warrior and Karaoke legend.
    Pomai: The best fan a school could have. Putting action to words.

    Pomai, check your e-mail.


  91. Pomai:

    Good job boys. Not many can play the way you guys do.. Your all winners.


  92. Matt:

    How many student assistants can a team have?


  93. madeinhawaii:

    Waipio makes us proud... they hung in there on the 5th day after playing 4 games over 4 previous days. No excuses! They were AMAZING!... poised at 11-13 ! Best in the entire USA!!


  94. madeinhawaii:

    Oh yeah... congrats to Michelle Wie!


  95. jm2375:

    Howzit Tsai-kos!

    Congrats to Waipio. Great game. Keep your heads held high and no pay attention to those idiots on other blogs who don't know that Hawaii is part of the US.

    Congrats Michelle!!

    GO WAHINE!!!

    Feliz Cumpleanos to Pride., Pomai & Rainbow Cliff. Hope you all have a great birthday.


  96. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Congrats to Wipio for representing so well!

    Congrats to Michelle! Get some more now! :)


  97. SteveM:

    Happy Birthday to Dylan, Kerri, Ian, and Pohai!
    ..and a special one to Pride., Pomai, and RainbowCliff !

    Mahalo to the Waipio team... you have made Hawaii proud!


  98. Kekoa (iPhone):

    Waipio Warriors

    You all fought bravely to the very end. You brought great pride to all of us. Thank you for allowing us all to relive the joy of LL baseball.

    Remember...you are still The United States Champions!

    Safe travels to you and your Ohana. You all deserve a hero's welcome back.


  99. oval dining room tables:

    This is what I did. I locked them in the same room as the litter box for 2 or 3 hours. Be sure to put food or water in the room as well. They should have used the bathroom at least once by than. If they don't leave them in there a little longer. This should make them aware that there is a litter box. This worked with my cats so I hope it works with yours.


  100. Hilo Moon:

    WAIPIO -- THANK YOU FOR REPRESENTING THE 808 SO WELL. YOU MAKE ME EXTREMELY PROUD TO SAY THAT I COME FROM HAWAII!


  101. haka:

    Congratulations to Waipio, the USA LL Champions!
    Hawaii is proud of how you played and represented the 808.

    Congrats to Michelle!
    Great validation win. Sky's the limit now.
    Wouldn't be surprised if she wins the next tournament.

    Go Wahine!
    The freshwomen are getting better and the chemistry is there.
    We should see THE team leader will show up tonight.

    Go Warriors!
    Beat USC!


  102. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Waipio* soory


  103. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    sorry! dang it!


  104. wafan:

    Way to go Waipio!!!

    USA all the way!


  105. wafan:

    Great Sunday to all -- a special happy birthday to the birthday folks!

    Pride, Pomai and Rainbow Cliff!!!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  106. World Wide News Flash:

    The Warrior Beat| UH football, University of Hawaii athletics ......

    I found your entry interesting do I've added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)...


  107. Hilo Moon:

    WAIPIO -- I FORGOT TO THANK YOU FOR ALSO REPRESENTING THE USA. ALSO YOUR NEVER-SAY-DIE ATTITUDE, YOUR CHARACTER, AND YOUR SPORTSMANSHIP IS IMPRESSIVE. I'M SURE EVERYONE HAS NOTICED THAT.

    TO ALL OF YOU (PLAYERS AND COACHES), ALOHA AND MAHALO.


  108. protector:

    Happy Birthday to a very special Birthday gang!

    Congrats to Waipio for a tremendous season!!


  109. protector:

    Four more days to vindication!


  110. CoolEthan:

    Waipio BIG Leaguers

    Your everyone's heroes.

    new bumper sticker.

    "Don't mess with Waipio!"


  111. Ralph:

    Wie earned 375K for her Canadian Open win, her annual earnings doubled with the victory.


  112. d1島:

    Congratulations to Waipio LL and to Japan LL!

    Terrific LLWS Final..good to see team baseball on both sides. Too often the winner will be the one that rides one or two studs to victory. This game had it all: pitching fielding, timely hitting, and both teams fighting back from adversity.

    Great stuff! A fun ride.

    Safe travels back to all...


  113. Ralph:

    Happy Birthday to all the birthday boys and girls, men and women.


  114. SailorBlue:

    Happy Borthday to Pride and Pomai. Look forward to seeing you guys on Thursday.


  115. A-House:

    Sailor Blue:

    Your friend still collecting bottle caps?


  116. A-House:

    Congrats to Waipio for representing Hawaii and USA in the LL finals.

    No bow your heads; hold them high for you have accomplished something that only a few teams have in the history of LLWS.


  117. whitey:

    Good Sunday pm to all Tsaikos and their families.


  118. A-House:

    Congrats to Michelle Wie for her victory at the Canadian Open!


  119. whitey:

    Excellent Sunday for Hawaii so far, LLWS Championshionship, Michelle winning the Canadian Open, and one more to go, Wahines tonight. That is a lot of great news for Hawaii sports.


  120. A-House:

    Still got a good feeling for 9/2/10!

    Lets tailgate!!!!!!!!!


  121. madeinhawaii:

    Waipio may not be World Champs this time around.. but...

    nothing wrong with being NATIONAL CHAMPS 2010!


  122. whitey:

    Col A House, another way to top off Sunday would be in the north country busting our butts catching and releasing salmon.


  123. whitey:

    Kudos to Brian Yoshii, his coaches, and the Waipio kids. Way to go!!!!!!


  124. Hawaiianbod:

    Happy Birthday Pomai.
    Happy Birthday Pride
    Happy Birthday RainbowCliff
    .....aldo Happy Birthday to all the other August babies.
    --------------------------------------------------------

    Great job Waipio! Way to REPRESENT the 808. Hawaii is so PROUD of you. Cherish the memories.
    --------------------------------------------------------

    Congratulations Michelle Wie!
    --------------------------------------------------------

    Lets Go Wahines! Beat UCLA.
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    Hope everyone has a BLESSED Sunday. :smile:
    ----------------------------------------------------------

    whoooooooooooooooooooosh


  125. Body Workout 101:

    The Warrior Beat| UH football, University of Hawaii athletics ......

    I found your entry interesting do I've added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)...


  126. Kekoa:

    Happy Birthday Pride! I'll toast a giant pitcher of ice wattah with you this afternoon. I'm sure the brew crew will help celebrate the big Five-Oh with you and braddah Sean.


  127. CoolEthan:

    Waipios Heroe's


  128. Ralph:

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    "We have a team of 99 percent of the guys right now that are fully committed to being a championship student-athlete on the field and off the field," Kiffin said. "We didn't feel like Patrick was doing that."


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  136. koakane™:

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    first congrats to y-p-o fighting warriors, long hard road coming from the losers bracket to play in the championship game. gigantic effort boys, coaches, families and everyone is proud of its valiant sons of hawaii.

    adding my best wishes to michelle for pull out a win and getting her second LGPA win. hopping many more to come!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    beeg test for shoji and his wahines against a conformable bruin women vball team. best of luck ladies, battle battle battle

    lastly happy burfday to two tsaiko who contribute much but in different ways and sill be effective. have a good one fellas.


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    11.01.4 Coach, Undergraduate Student Assistant. An undergraduate student assistant coach is any coach who is a student-athlete who has exhausted his or her eligibility in the sport or has become injured to the point that he or she is unable to practice or compete ever again, and who meets the following additional criteria:(Revised: 1/12/04 effective 8/1/04, 4/29/10 effective 8/1/10)

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    (c) Is receiving no compensation or remuneration from the institution other than the financial aid that could be received as a student-athlete and expenses incurred on road trips that are received by individual team members; and (Revised: 1/9/96)
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    There is currently a 12 coach limit for FBS teams. This includes the two GAs, but not the undergraduate student assistant coaches. I guess this means that we can have up to 12 student assistants. So, who are the best student coaching candidates that didn't earn their bachelor's degree? Did Jason Elam get his degree? How about some of our past great linebackers, O-linemen, or D-Ends?


  145. Matt:

    By the way, student assistant coaches are not specific to football. Maybe some of the past great Men's/Women's Basketball, Warrior/Wahine volleyball or softball players are looking to finish up their degree.


  146. Matt:

    Never mind. Jason Elam graduated in 1992 with a degree in communications.


  147. wafan:

    Matt . . .

    Thanks for the NCAA rules on Undergraduate Student Assistant Coaches. The way I read the last paragraph is that a team is limited to 12 coaches including the 2 GAs -- not including the Undergraduate SACs. So it seems to be no limit on the number of USACs.

    I think Garret posted something along this line earlier.


  148. Matt:

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    The way I read bylaw 11.7.4.2.2 is that the limit on SACs is the same as the limit on regular coaches (12). The 12 coach limit paragraph is something I wrote up myself from what I read. I guess I should have blockquoted the stuff out of the manual.


  149. OldDiver:

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  150. wafan:

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    Oh! Then, I agree. The limit on USACs is 12.


  151. Bulla:

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    Matt i see they did away with the 5 year-eligibility period rule for SACs.


  154. Garret:

    The LA Times has a long feature article in tomorrow's paper on Mack. Some parts of it aren't positive, but it could have been worse.

    "It's not him personally; people just want to win," said Chris Hart, a sports radio host in Honolulu. "A lot depends on how it starts this season."

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    USC's only backup center (who might have been starting at guard on Thursday) is out with an injury.

    The hits just keep coming for the USC offensive line. Abe Markowitz, the lone backup center listed on the depth chart, broke his right foot Sunday and will be out at least four to six weeks. And Lane Kiffin announced that freshman defensive back Patrick Hall has been suspended from the team.


  156. Garret:

    I wish that UH would have a student body President write an article like this for Ka Leo trying to get the students to go to games. If someone like this had been in charge of ASUH, I'd bet there wouldn't have been the protests about the student fee.


  157. SteveM:

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  158. Matt:

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  159. d1島:

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    Private vs. Public maybe?


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  166. jm2375:

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  169. Stephen Tsai:

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  170. A-House:

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    Thank you for allowing Alex to attend UH and play for the Warriors. We hope the coaches will allow him to just "blast the football" to psyche out the opponents as their returners watch the ball sail over their heads or see all the Warrior special team members surround him while wating for the ball to finally fall out of the skies.

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