The Warrior Beat

Monday ramblings

September 27th, 2010

• Strength of schedule apparently factors in determining WAC awards. No UH player was named WAC player of the week following a 66-7 rout of Charleston Southern.

• One of the rewards of a victory was "Omelet Monday." But that tradition is a victim of the austere times. We're told the value of the made-to-order omelets increased the per-person cost of a training-table meal. Yes, the omelet reward system has been scrambled. 

• Rodney Bradley and Joe Avery both insist they will be able to play in Saturday's game against Louisiana Tech. If neither can go, then Billy Ray Stutzmann gets the first shot at left wideout. Slotback Dustin Blount also will practice there. 

• Running back Hogan Rosehill is expected to miss the rest of the season after suffering a no-contact knee injury. Losing Rosehill ends plans for the Warriors to move running back Jordan Monico to linebacker. Monico has impressed coaches with his 10 tackles on kickoffs.

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