Wednesday's notes

March 30th, 2011
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Because of the NFL lockout, players who were eligible for the draft in previous years are not allowed to participate in college-sponosored pro days this year. That means that former UH quarterback Colt Brennan, defensive end Melila Purcell III and cornerback JoPierre Davis are not eligible to participate in UH's pro day tomorrow in Carson, Calif.  All three had agreed to attend until UH received a ruling saying those players' participation was not allowed.

Here's the pro day roster: Cameron Allen-Jones, Dustin Blount, Rodney Bradley, Jeramy Bryant, Lametrius Davis, Chizzy Dimude, Brysen Ginlack, Alex Green, Kainoa LaCount, Laupepa Letuli, Kealoha Pilares,Greg Salas, Mana Silva, Spencer Smith, Adrian Thomas, Bronson Tiwanak, Kamalu Umu.

* * * * *

Today was the first spring practice in full pads. Among the highlights:

• Slotback Miah Ostrowsi, who recently rejoined the Warriors after three months with the UH basketball team, did not wear full pads. He has to have two limited-contact practices before being allowed to participate in full workouts. Defenders were allowed to wrap up ballcarriers but not tackle them today.

• Marcus Malepeai, Desmond Dean, Beau Yap and Sonny Recca received most of the d-end work in place of injured Liko Satele. (OK, had a brain freeze, and initially mistook Waylon Lolotai for Recca.) While d-ends Alema Tachibana and Alasi Toilolo have more experience at that position, the coaches want to give more work to Malepai, Dean and Yap.

• With linebacker as the thinnest position, the Warriors have focused more on teaching techniques during drills. Aulola Tonga, who redshirted as a sophomore in 2010, has received expanded playing time. T.J. Taimatuia, who recently was cleared to practice, got work as the "elephant" — the pass-rushing linebacker position.

• Offensive tackle Jordan Loeffler did not practice today because of  "knee issues."

• Nathan Johnson auditioned as a kicker today.

* * * * *

Looking ahead:

• The coaches' talk-story social, which was postponed because of the tsunami threat, has been rescheduled for Friday, April 8 at the second-floor dance studios at the UH athletic complex. The event, hosted by UH coaches, will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Call (808) 956-6508 for details.

• Camp dates: Skills Camp (June 10-12), Big Man's Camp (June 17-19), Kids Camp (June 25-26). For details, call (808) 956-6508.

* UH's training camp opens Aug. 2 with an orientation for newcomers. The rest of the Warriors report Aug. 3.

345 Responses to “Wednesday's notes”

  1. gigi-hawaii:

    Wish I could attend the coaches' social just out of curiosity. Wonder what they will all talk about.


  2. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!!

    Second!!


  3. gigi-hawaii:

    "Tank" Hopkins. Unusual name. What were his parents thinking when they named him Tank?


  4. mctruck:

    Top ten...it's been awhile!!!, yiiiihaaaa!!

    On that note good luck on UH's hopefuls on their pro-day workouts. giv'um!!!


  5. Kekoa:

    Jmxxxx ~ Did you fall asleep during the movie?


  6. jm2375:

    Kekoa - #5 - nooooooooo, never.... actually it was a really interesting movie and I never did fall asleep, neither did Screecher, considering how tired she was.

    Good luck to all the former Warriors at Pro Day and safe travels to the blogmeister.


  7. gigi-hawaii:

    Kekoa,

    why do you ask? Was she snoring?


  8. gigi-hawaii:

    My favorite theater is the Dole. Bigger screen and more spacious. I like to sit in the last row in the back. Less chance of getting dizzy.


  9. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Top X!


  10. d1shima:

    Wow, more drama than I anticipated at RWR.


  11. d1shima:

    Sad to read about two local Huskies forced to end their careers due to knee injuries. Recall one of them being one of the jewels of the recruiting class of '08.

    Best wishes to them both and hope they continue with the "student" part of student-athlete as UW will honor their scholarship conmmitment.

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/sports/hawaiigrownreport/20110330_Tracking_Hawaiis_athletes.html


  12. d1shima:

    Have a great day erryboddy!

    HiHo...


  13. d1shima:

    Wish I could attend the coaches' social just out of curiosity. Wonder what they will all talk about.

    ????


  14. gigi-hawaii:

    D1, yep. You not curious too? lol


  15. Michigan Warrior:

    Howzit, everyone!

    Getting more and more excited every time ST posts more news of da boyz...

    Go, Warriors!!!


  16. Michigan Warrior:

    Yep... definitely... good luck and safe travels to everyone involved with UH's Pro Day!


  17. al:

    today's omg award = you guessed it. ggh, his mother named him melvin hopkins. "tank" is his nickname of course.


  18. Hawaii#24:

    Slugger,
    Shoot me an e-mail or call when you have a chance.


  19. Pauoa Boy:

    Wondered what happened to Kevin Jackson...glad to see he's still playing football somewhere. I bet if he had all four years to play at UH, he would've been a defnite NFL prospect. He had good size and speed for a DE/OLB... Anyway, good to hear all our boyz playing in Japan is safe and sound, cause everytime I watch them Tsunami videos, makes you appreciate and enjoy life that much more.


  20. Pauoa Boy:

    I like Royce Pollard being able to get a look at KR an improve his stock for his upcoming Senior year. He should be the next in line to take over the receiving reigns and run with it. He was pretty clutch last year in a couple games I seen when Salas and Pilares were getting jammed up. I hope he has a huge year and leads our receiving corps. Hopefully he gets a chance to run back the frikkin ball though cause what the heo was up with the returns last year? I know it was planned to just have Salas fair catch but frikk even if he didn't he had no room to move. I hope Coach Tomey gets our special teams back to being a force on the field. Missing them KR/PR for touchdowns from my boy Chad Owens dayz...


  21. gigi-hawaii:

    al,
    tanks for telling me about Tank. Is there a story behind the nickname?


  22. CoolEthan:

    RE:
    "What were his parents thinking when they named him Tank?"

    Kudos to not giving him the name "Sue"


  23. gigi-hawaii:

    Cool Ethan,

    Sue would've been worse, huh?


  24. gigi-hawaii:

    killing time til the plumber comes.


  25. Glenn:

    Anybody want to tell Gigi that his mommy named him Melvin.


  26. gigi-hawaii:

    Glenn,

    Al just did -- see above.

    BTW, my father-in-law was named Glenn.


  27. Okole Maluna:

    I heard a story about when he was little he used to always knock things down around his house. That's the reason his mom nicknamed him Tank.


  28. gigi-hawaii:

    ST should post a pic of Tank. Is he tank-sized?


  29. Okole Maluna:

    Here's a whole bunch of tank Hopkins pictures:

    http://www.google.com/search?q=pictures+of+Melvin+tank+Hopkins&hl=en&rlz=1T4DMUS_enUS402&prmd=ivnsfdb&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=oHCTTc7KL4G2sAOAmr3dBQ&ved=0CB0QsAQ

    Just for you gigi...


  30. gigi-hawaii:

    OM,

    mahalo for the link!

    He's rather slim, isn't he. Appears agile, though.

    I guess "tank" probably referred to his clumsiness knocking things down as a kid, rather than size.


  31. Okole Maluna:

    I'm guessing ST is not at Cook Field today (Wednesday) — Practice No. 8
    On his way to tomorrow's (Thursday) — Pro Day at Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif?

    But can anyone tell me why Sam Ohai DT 6-3 335 from Central Lakes College in Minn.
    and Salvatore Recca DE 6-2 250 from Kamehameha is not on Spring Roster?

    Are they enrolled in school? I know they were few invited walk-on for spring...


  32. al:

    pauoa boy...my take on the punt return situation. yah, it appeared that the blocking on the punt return team did not do a good job of it. it seemed that salas was always surrounded.

    the way i figured it was, that they knew he wasn't going to return the punt so therefore, they didn't make a valiant effort in blocking.


  33. Couch potato:

    a follower of warrior football knows who tank is.
    practice like you play and you'll play like you practice. now that looks obvious.

    heard the coaches talk story is about the best places to go for spring break. only joke. jeez, now what would football coaches talk about? hmmmmm, the obvious.

    good bunch of players to pick from for kick returner. enforce them with good blockers. let's go tomey!


  34. BG:

    Good morning!

    I'm sure liking ST's descriptions of how the practices are being conducted. I've noticed how Coach Mack has made definite positive changes each year to address deficiencies. In retrospect, some of them were really bold moves...like young new coordinators on D and O. All of my personal criticisms have been addressed through time. I respect all the coaches who open and willing to correct mistakes. This year I have much higher expectations on special teams!


  35. al:

    okole...i don't think that any of the walk ons are on the list. seems to me that the published roster only has returnees, transfers, etc. many other walk ons are not listed.


  36. Kaimuki Kid:

    GiGi,

    Hits like a TANK!, not clumsy, a hard hitter.


  37. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Tank's mama named him that when he was a baby because he looked liked a tank crawling up the stairs. Thats according to his interview on the TV sports report yesterday.

    And yes, he DOES hit like a Tank!

    Top Forty for Travellin' Tsing Tao Tom!


  38. gigi-hawaii:

    KK,

    OK, I stand corrected!~lol


  39. Couch potato:

    ever been to a social talk story gathering and find out everyone knows and you don't?


  40. gigi-hawaii:

    Tim,

    See Tom Mui's photos of Korea on my blog.

    He is so sweet to email them to me.

    http://gigihawaii.wordpress.com/2011/03/30/questions/


  41. Couch potato:

    tim? i'm not tim.


  42. gigi-hawaii:

    I have to admit I am a football novice. Just been watching since 1999.


  43. gigi-hawaii:

    Tim = DPK.


  44. Couch potato:

    garans tomey will work on getting the punt and fg team on the field without having to call a timeout of hurry up the snap count.


  45. gigi-hawaii:

    I went to the 1st women's clinic and learned quite a bit. Could always learn more.


  46. Couch potato:

    since 1999 makes you no novice. as pomai would say that's a long time ago. ah-ooo-ga


  47. Couch potato:

    so much for the anonymousness of a blog name.


  48. gigi-hawaii:

    CP,

    slow learner. lol


  49. gigi-hawaii:

    wonder if Ron Lee regrets retiring from UH. Is he still volunteering at Kalani?


  50. Couch potato:

    okie dokie den, jut like one slow cooker. take your time. many nuances in all sports.


  51. WOW !:

    eCourt Kokua what an interesting place to visit.


  52. Slugger:

    Good morning!

    I didn't make it to practice this morning. At Monday's practice, Allan Sampson & Tank were FAST during the return drills. Whoever it is will need good protection. Since they can't use the wedge anymore, blocking ahead of the returner will require alert 'n quick reaction. IMLK (In my limited knowledge) :)

    Good luck to the guys at Pro Day. Looking forward to reports from our fearless blog leader.

    Please say a prayer for my classmate, Bryan. He can't eat anymore. :(


  53. WOW !:

    Should I do an eCourt Kokua Hall of Shame ?


  54. WOW !:

    Bought my first deep fryer.Doing spring rolls today,using peanut oil, what's a good temperature for the oil?


  55. madeinhawaii:

    Keep it between 365-380 degrees so that the oil doesn't break down too quickly. Peanut Oil's smoke point is 450 degrees. At that point, the oil breaks down and becomes carcinogenic.


  56. WOW !:

    Mahalo . I'm already getting anxious to try this puppy out.


  57. LizKauai:

    Hahaha!!
    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    It's a great Warrior Day.

    GOOD LUCK ALL PRO-DAY WARRIORS!!!


  58. madeinhawaii:

    Don't keep the oil too long. One week at the most. If it starts to get thick, it's not a good thing. If you cook fatty meats with it, replace the oil frequently. It's not the cholesterol in the foods that will get you.. it's the fat content.


  59. d1shima:

    Stephen via twitter

    Today was the first full-pad practice for everyone except Miah Ostrowski.


  60. d1shima:

    Bronxzooscobra via twitter

    "Give me your tired, your poor/Your coiled masses yearning to breathe free" Powerful words at the Statue of Liberty.


  61. SUPPORT RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL:

    Another pre-dawn wake up call for the Rainbow Wahine as they prepared for their departure to California.

    They should be arriving in Cali shortly. Flight was around 6am-ish I believe.

    GO BOWS!!!


  62. Kazz:

    NFCA RPI UPDATED!

    Rainbow Wahine Softball drops from 45 to #49 in RPI. :mad:

    Fresno State also drops a bit from 19 to #21.

    http://web1.ncaa.org/app_data/weeklyrpi/2011WSBrpi1.html


  63. Kazz:

    Wow! It took less than a DAY for the RPI to be updated reflecting conference play.

    Fresno State is essentially where we were last season with an RPI in the Top 20 and they too are seeing what we saw last season.

    Last season we began with an RPI of #14 and then got as low as #19 or #17 I believe, but this gradual decline due to the RPI of the WAC itself occurred at a slower rate, this time it only took ONE weekend of WAC play for us and Fresno State to be effected.

    If this is the trend, then the series against Fresno State this weekend is CRUCIAL more for us considering our RPI. Fresno State will want revenge for continual beatings from us last season, but in the grand scheme of things even if they finish 2nd in conference they can get the at-large bid as opposed to Hawaii where we will really have our work cut out for us securing an at large bid if we do NOT win the WAC.


  64. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    GO BOWS!
    GO ST!

    ;)


  65. WOW !:

    Dave's Fresno State softball homer blog should be interesting this weekend.


  66. kama krab:

    Eh D1,

    Was nice to see you and the wife at the game yesterday. Hopefully you were very happy with what you saw. The boys work very hard each and every day. Hopefully we are putting pride back into the program and hopefully the support continues to grow. I hope you are able to make more games cause was really good to see you.

    Oh and if any of you out there are alumni or just want to see some baseball, please come out and support. Any support would be very much appreciated.


  67. Derek:

    The last guy before Hopkins that had a nickname "Tank" was Curt Watanabe, former 3B for the Rainbow during the late 70s and early 80s. He was very good too. Played a number of years in the minor leagues, now a physical therapist. He got the nickname from pumping iron so much that he got real strong and big. I worked with his mother for several years and she's a great lady. I named my son's middle name after her hushand, Rikio. Thru her I met Derek Tatsuno and Ben Villaflor. Ah, those were the days!!!

    But, football is in the air. Football drives the bus in the athletic dept. Basketball can do that too, IF, the team plays at the level of of VCU and Butler. Every mid-major must now think that they can get to the final 4 if they play well. I bet even Gib Arnold has these same thoughts, if he can just get the right mix of players in the program and play a certain style that fits the team to play the best. Butler has proven it with a methodical style predicated on good defense and keeping the score down. VCU is predicated on up tempo and lots of pressure tying to create havoc and hitting a lot of 3 pointers. What a great story these 2 teams are. The team that the least I like of the final four is UConn, but my head says UConn will win it all. Reason. Kemba Walker and the sleeper, Jeremy Lamb. My favorite, VCU. I really like their coach Shaka Smart, all of 33 years old. The guy was magna cum laude in college majoring in history, has an MBA in social science. He could have gone to Harvard or Yale. He's been at VCU as the head coach 2 years. Their team and the coach is the stuff of movies, just like Glory Road the story about Texas Western beating mighty Kentucky. Woudn't it be unbelievable if VCU beat Kentucky again in the final. Butler made it to the final last year so they have had their place in the sun. I don't really like them much because they play boring basketball. I like to see an exciting team. But Butler is good and is effective. The most exciting team that I have seen and my all time favorite is UNLV with Larry Johnson, Stacey Augmon, Greg Anthony, Elmore Spencer, and Anderson Hunt. That team beat Duke 103-73 for the 1990 Natl Championshi, still the most margin of victory in NCAA history. Can you say mid-major team!!!!!


  68. Ralph:

    A little fact about the RPI

    When determining the RPI for each team, the following basic formula is used for the RPI:

    25% -- Winning percentage.

    50% -- Opponents’ winning percentage.

    25% -- Opponents’ opponents’ winning percentage.

    Although the NCAA publishes this basic formula, it does not release the mathematical bonus and penalty calculations (such as a bonus for a win against a team in the top 25).


  69. kama krab:

    Eh Ralph,

    Yah I'm part of the coaching staff. Started this year. Come by with D1 one of these days. Next game is at Mid-Pac on Friday April 1st at 3:45. After that is Saturday the 2nd at 6:30 at Ala Wai. Would be nice to see you guys.


  70. Ralph:

    surprised you don't see Koakane hanging around the baseball park, unless he only follows the OIA at CORP.


  71. kama krab:

    Ralph #70,

    I'm thinking he only lurks at OIA games cause neva see him at any ILH games yet but would be nice to see Pops.


  72. Bulla:

    kama,

    mahalo for taking the time to coach.....good job.

    GO WARRIORS
    GO WILDCATS X2


  73. Ralph:

    Kama on Friday I'm watching the Na Wahine play Fresno State on ESPN U at 4 p.m., live telecast.

    On Saturday, headed to UH to watch the #5 ranked Na Wahine Water Polo team take on #3 Cal at 6 p.m.


  74. Couch potato:

    if i was a coach i would be coach potato. eashier to be a couch potato. mahalo to all the coaches out there.


  75. Okole Maluna:

    35. al March 30th, 2011 at 8:23 am i don't think that any of the walk ons are on the list. seems to me that the published roster only has returnees, transfers, etc. many other walk ons are not listed.

    Off the 10 invited Walk-ons 8 of them are listed on the Spring roster 2011.
    Just those two were missing and wondered why? not in school? Injured? waived?

    We could sure use a DT 6-3 335 from Central Lakes College in Minn.
    Walk-on are traditionally hungry and put out more in practice... would like to see how he moves. Even tho we have 5 deep DT I understand he can also play anywhere on the OL and Center included.

    Now just imagine we having a starting 6-3 335 Center on the line, he was listed as has played Right Offensive Guard which means he can move.


  76. Ralph:

    Kama no forget the "level" swing from back to front. LOL


  77. kama krab:

    Bulla #72,

    Thank you. It's just something I like to do. Giving back what I was thought is just a blessing for me. I just thank Coach Gusman for the opportunity he has given me to give back to the youth at Saint Louis and I hope we are making those that have come before us proud of what we have accomplised. We do hope that a state championship is in our future as that is our goal, but until that opportunity arises we will continue to work towards that goal while being humble at the opportunity to play for the Saint Louis family. Like you say Bulla, make memories and that is something we as a baseball team strive for each day.

    Mahalo for your support


  78. kama krab:

    Ralph #73,

    No problem. Just remember the invitation will always be there. That goes for all Tsaikos and others out there who would like to support.

    Oh and #76,

    Always gotta remember the "level" swing. Can't do anything without it. LOL


  79. Kazz:

    They teach contant level swinging clinics at a facility at the top of Waimano Home Road.

    Apparently they have a wise-a** coaching clinic there too.


  80. Couch potato:

    how's this for one level swing.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e7p6nvA6po&feature=related


  81. kama krab:

    Couch Potato #80,

    Nice link. Without going into that much detail, that is pretty much what why try to teach our kids. Good hand placement, solid lower body, and keeping the head steady. Easy to teach but hard to master. That is why repetition is always good in trying to perfect a craft.


  82. kama krab:

    That's why it was funny when getting into that whole hooplah with WSF about the wahine softball hitting thing. There is way more that goes into hitting besides just trying to stop someone from swinging for the fences. If you go to anyone who is versed in hitting they would tell you that hitting is more then just the swing itself. It is more then anything physical that a player can do. It is also a mental thing. Having an idea of what you want to do in the batters box has just as much to do with the swing as the swing itself. Being mentally prepared to swing the bat has just as much to do with the swing.

    The thing that I teach the kids is the game itself is not that hard but you have to not only be physically ready but mentally ready for everything this game has to offer. If you can master both then you will be a very good ballplayer. If one lacks then you will be very inconsistent.

    Anyway sorry for the little off the topic rant but Couch Potato's link just got me thinkin.


  83. Ralph:

    The Pac 10 begin their conference season this weekend, while the WAC, SEC and Big 12 started play last week. The top RPI teams will rotate positions as conference play continues but it would be tough for UH to move up from its 49 slot with a weak WAC schedule.


  84. Stephen Tsai:

    Okole:
    Sam Ohai is on the roster. Saw him practice. Think UH sports info needs to do some roster updates.


  85. Stephen Tsai:

    kama krab:
    You're right in that hitting is a lot more than physical.
    You've got to know situations, and you've got to anticipate different pitches.
    Then there's the whole thing about actually trying to make contact with a pitch that can rise, drop, curve, break inside ...


  86. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Ms. Gigi -

    Lets use blog names here, okay? :)

    Btw - the soup photo looked like a pageant too. :lol:


  87. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Did anyone watch the Frontline piece about the NCAA, March Madness, money etc. last night?

    What did yall think?


  88. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Hey Stephen.


  89. SUPPORT RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL:

    After arriving in San Fran, they are making their way to Fresno.

    Garlic and car theft country... :roll:


  90. Kazz:

    March Madness gives me SPACE MADNESS.


  91. Okole Maluna:

    ST That's great news Ohai is on the team. Saw his video playing NG and Center he dominated that line but of course in was on JC team... So how does he look can he move with that weight?

    And how about the Kamehameha DE Recca?


  92. A-House:

    The "real" beauty of nature is "imperfection".


  93. A-House:

    Hi Ho! Hi Ho! Hi ho, Hi ho, it's home from work I go, tra la la tra la la, Hi Ho Hi Ho!


  94. gigi-hawaii:

    DPK,
    sorry, it may have been a freudian slip.


  95. kapakahi:

    ST...

    So who is DE #93?....since number not listed on UH website roster.

    RB John Lister and/or SB Corey Lau back at practice today?

    #52 Waylon Lolotai switched back to DE from OLfor this morning's practice? He was wearing a white practice jersey and practicing with Oline for Monday afternoon's practice.

    Mahalo!


  96. gigi-hawaii:

    looks like someone is happy to go home from work.


  97. Okole Maluna:

    #87 ... yes I watched the PBS Frontline yesterday. And I always thought that NCAA is giving an excuse to use student as an amateur status not to pay them... and just give them shoes and uniform while the NCAA and University making Millions off them.

    NCAA could put in a Trust Fund for students athletes and collect after they graduate especially the one who don't make it to the pros.


  98. d1shima:

    kama krab,

    Thoroughly enjoyed the "shock and awe" attack yesterday!

    #1 son has said only good things about the BB coaching staff and he's very impressed with the way you folks are working with the boys. Keep it up! :-)


  99. Rich2176:

    Finally found my way back here. Been really busy...

    I spoke with Terry Brennan this morning and he mentioned, as ST noted above, that Colt was not allowed to participate at Pro Day tomorrow. (I was hoping to meet up with Terry.) What I don't understand is that if the union is "decertified", then exactly who can tell the players what they can and can't do during the lockout?

    Anyway, looking forward to seeing ST tomorrow and several of the ex-Warriors.


  100. Okole Maluna:

    ST are you in Carson, Calif today to report Pro day tomorrow?

    do you also have a list of scout that will be on hand for tomorrow and who are they?


  101. mctruck:

    ST, ur#84......seeing how the kala$$ is tight all around, who does that chore for UH???
    Maybe for minimal cost$$$ UH can hire somebody with experience to take-on this venue?, after-all...people want to know these things......the fans deserve that much.


  102. Kazz:

    The real CRIME in Fresno is how the Fresno State fans treat opposing softball teams.

    Even I don't give out cat calls to opposing softball teams. Yes, because they are female I have MORE restraint call it a double-standard, but my parents didn't raise an a**.

    Good thing I cannot watch this game on Friday as it will be on during the last two hours I am in the office. It's bad enough I might catch a few words from what Fresno State fans will be yelling at us, I don’t need to be listening to that two-faced Jessica Mendoza all game long anyway.


  103. Kazz:

    McTruck,

    If you are referring to roster info. I assume UH's Director of Media Relations Derek Inouchi is the one. Several people in that department, including himself are assigned to various sports. Kara Nishimura handles Rainbow Wahine softball and basketball, Pakalani Bello handles baseball and some others, and Derek Inouchi, last I recall, is assigned to Warrior football, golf, and some others as well.


  104. mctruck:

    Different subject....but, I'm sure curious with how coach bb coach is doing with his Europen recruiting???


  105. mctruck:

    thanks...KAZZ.


  106. Okole Maluna:

    #95 Kapakahi:

    Like ST said:
    Sam Ohai is on the roster. Saw him practice. Think UH sports info needs to do some roster updates.

    But #95 could be the missing walk-on DE Recca. He is not listed on roster same with Ohai.


  107. mctruck:

    wonder how Corey Paredes is doing???? I hope the lb core are all like him this season...."no prisnors."...???did I spell dat right??


  108. mctruck:

    Well have a great evening folks....I'm of to fix me a chix-kim chee sandwich.


  109. Okole Maluna:

    Its news like this that yesterday Frontline should be shared with students who plays for No Pay that should get their share.

    Calipari would walk away with $700,000 in bonus money if the Wildcats win the national championship Monday night.

    http://www.courant.com/sports/uconn-huskies/hc-ncaa-money-0331-20110330,0,5375010.story


  110. Ralph:

    Paredes was reported injured and not practicing.


  111. Okole Maluna:

    Here also an interesting comments coming from Laurie Roberts Columns & Blog:

    An END to BCS near? the report on 280 page Fiesta Bowl Fiasco will End Arizona Fiesta Bowl.

    http://www.azcentral.com/members/Blog/LaurieRoberts/123726


  112. Okole Maluna:

    This one is old news but the same Fiesta Bowl Fiasco: Conspiracy, Competition, or Just Plain Cheap?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/304720-the-fiesta-fiasco-conspiracy-competition-or-just-plain-cheap

    And Hawaii is in the news along with WAC and MWC...


  113. Okole Maluna:

    And I'm still waiting for Post #100 ST reply

    Are you still on the road to Home Depot Center Field in Carson?

    What NFL teams are interested to attend tomorrow?

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    - DT Joshua Manupuna is #94 (his high school number) instead of #48 (as listed).

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    In my opinion, it starts to get "hairy" when one begins to consider monetary compensation to student-athletes outside of scholarship funds.

    People that are truly concerned for the welfare of student-athletes need to realize that the one that participate in the TWO sports that make up most of the revenue for schools and conferences are truly the MINORITY in terms of the percentage of ALL student-athletes that compete in various sports. If there are about 400,000 student-athletes in this country alone (according to the NCAA), then 3-4% of ALL student-athletes play FBS football and perhaps less participate in Division 1 men's basketball.

    Are we talking about some compensation for only football and men's basketball student-athletes??? While some may think that is "fair", it goes against what I still believe and hopefully others as well.

    I'm sorry but college is NOT a "minor league" development period for a student-athlete. Again, so many more sports are offered and MUCH MORE student-athletes will not play their sport for a living after they get their degree.

    If one can figure out a way to compensate 400,000 student athletes on a basis of "fairness" then I tip my hat to you.

    While many are caught up in a student-athlete's draft prospects for the NFL or NBA, they are a TINY percentage of the bigger picture of a UNIVERSE of student-athletes that are looking to contribute to society in more meaningful ways while getting the opportunity to participate in physical athletic competition. Throwing money and compensation into the equation for "profitable" sports and the MINORITY of student-athletes that are football and basketball players only furthers the so-called greed issue that the proponents of student-athlete compensation are fighting against.


  123. Lanaiboy:

    Is it a big thing that many college athletes don't graduate? It would be nice if they do. Unfortunately, it is not only athletes that do not graduate. The average graduation rate for all college students is 56%. For Hawaii it is 42%, which is near the bottom for all states. The worst is Alaska with 22%. The best is about 65%. UH is making a big push to increase its graduation rate. Should we expect higher standards from athletes? What do you think?


  124. Kazz:

    Don't get me wrong, money is ALWAYS an issue for the majority of student-athletes. Especially when it comes to food outside of gameday meals or whatnot. If there is an amicable way for the NCAA to allow for some monetary compensation for student-athletes then that is great.

    ALL student-athletes in ALL sports will consume more calories than the typical student due to the amount of energy and calories they burn off during practice, weightroom sessions, games, etc...

    I just think that if compensation were going to be discussed, the potential for an explosion of Title IX violations and equal compensation would be a mess.

    Just to be clear. If a Warrior or Rainbow Warrior gets extra monies to eat and a Rainbow Wahine doesn't, I'd like to see someone justify that without looking like a bigot from the 1950's.


  125. Kazz:

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    When the prospect of a professional career looms in the distance, it's difficult for any young man to keep his eyes on the task at hand when people are all around him whispering dollar signs and sweet nothings in his ear.


  126. Couch potato:

    due to the APR, college athletes do have a higher standard when it comes to graduation.


  127. Couch potato:

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  132. LizKauai:

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    Not surprising, but until there is a change of heart and organizations truly serve the kids they were created to help, thus shall it be.
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    Perhaps the NCAA would make a good Undercover Boss episode.


  133. Lanaiboy:

    I noticed that the NCAA rates are different from the Federal rates because the former takes into account transfers. When you think about it, the graduation rates for athletes are impressive and those for black athletes are even more impressive considering the poor socioeconomic background of many of them. The numbers are higher than those of the regular student body. Of course the members of the regular student body do not have tutors and constant monitoring of school work as do the typical athletes. For example, the UH graduation rate for all student is 42%, while the graduation rate for the Wahine basketball program under Vince Goo was supposed to be close to 100%. Why the low graduation rates across the country? States like Hawaii has a philosophy of "open admission," encouraging all students to apply for college, starting with community colleges. With "open admission" the number of students having to take "bonehead" English and math are very high, about 40% (sorry about that politically incorrect term). With the lack of academic preparation, naturally the attrition rates are high. Too me, athletes are a success story, which is not the usual take on this issue.


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  171. Slugger:

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  172. al:

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  173. al:

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    i believe "big" ben "mountain" dew also just graduated hs in december and is in the same path as muir.

    methinks #93 is waylon lolotai.


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  176. wafan:

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