Media daze

July 27th, 2011
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LAS VEGAS — The Warriors are the guests of two parties — the Mountain West media preview, which ends today, and the WAC's version, which opens tonight.

UH media relations director Derek Inouchi has been distributing four-page brochures featuring quarterback Bryant Moniz and linebacker Corey Paredes.

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MWC commissioner Craig Thompson told reporters today that expansion has not been mentioned in the AD or presidents' meetings. That apparently quells the rumors of Utah State jumping to the MWC.

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Remember him?

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594 Responses to “Media daze”

  1. Zion:

    1st? Go Bows. Looking for a great year!


  2. koakane ip4:

    morning

    top 5


  3. koakane ip4:

    afternoon or mid morning tsai master

    two for one deal aw'ryte way to go Derek


  4. Buffoman:

    Yeah, top 5!


  5. bugaz:

    morning


  6. bigislandkurt:

    top?

    BIK


  7. koakane ip4:

    must be the high humidity from last night. everyone still passed put


  8. bigislandkurt:

    If Utah State joins the MWC, one would think that Idaho would be a natural fit right? I don't really think this is the end to the rumor. Remember, TCU is bolting too.

    BIK


  9. koakane ip4:

    shout out morning to bik,

    what's shaking on the orchid isles?


  10. Dennis Halloran:

    Colt is still without a date for the dance.


  11. Garret:

    I hope that the MWC expansion rumor is not true because I'd hate for UH to have to pay for Utah State to travel to Hawaii. UH would even have to pay the higher travel amount because Utah State is in the Mountain Time Zone.


  12. Garret:

    Dennis Halloran,

    The timing really doesn't work out for Colt--if the lockout had been longer, then the UFL would have started their season and Colt could have shown that he was healthy. If the lockout had been shorter, NFL teams would have more time to evaluate players and maybe Colt could get a workout with a team to show he was healthy.

    With the lockout ending so close to the season, NFL teams have to pick up players that have no health issues and can play right away. Colt is rusty and has had to recover from the accident.

    Colt is also older and cannot go on an NFL practice squad (unless the rules have changed for years of experience), which is where many of the free agent QBs signed now will be stashed. Plus, NFL salaries go up with each year of service, so Colt is a lot more expensive than a rookie free agent QB.

    I hate to be a downer but for Colt's sake the ending of the lockout could not have been timed worse.


  13. Garret:

    The latest (3rd?) rumor about Utah State doesn't make sense to me because it said that they would be added in 15 days. Why then? The timing doesn't seem to work for when the WAC is supposed to be given notice, the announcement would be better discussed at the FB Preview, and there doesn't seem to be anything big on the calendar then that would require the wait.


  14. BG:

    Good morning folks!

    Koakane...BIK = orchid isles??? Nevah mind, we all still having kope!


  15. jojo®:

    jojo is here! Kinda, sorta, not really! maybe I will make an away game!!!


  16. papajoe2:

    Great article on "Davon Bess out of the fog" on You Tube. Explains his downfall with the arrest, and how he came to Hawaii. 2nd highest # of passes caught by a non drafted rookie ever in the NFL. I don't know how to transfer it to the WB. All Warrior fans would be interested in this.


  17. Dennis Halloran:

    I think Colt is still eligible to be a practice squad member, because he hasn't been under contract for three years


  18. jojo®:

    And because I've been doing manual labor in the field, I didn't get a chance to say Happy Birthday to The Warrior Beat! I'm so happy you are finally potty trained!


  19. Buffoman:

    Maybe it'll have to be Canada for Colt if he still wants to sling it around.


  20. papajoe2:

    Garret, isn't Utah State one of those schools in the WAC that may not make the required 15,000 attendance average to be in D1?


  21. Pomai:

    #18 jojo - only some are....


  22. cheepono:

    seeing the redskins trade donovan mcnabb to the vikings is frustrating. they should've given colt a chance. all that money wasted on mcnabb. ugh.


  23. Pomai:

    OK my two cents on Colt. Am sorry I never got to see him play live except for the Sugar Bowl, but I think his playing days are over, so if I was him I would look at two possibilities one come back to Hawaii and run for office to start a political career or hook up with a college an get into coaching.


  24. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Thamks for givin' us the media day scoops, Stephen. What's the weather like?


  25. A-joe:

    Colt's future is all speculation. The easiest and most obvious is to paint a dim negative picture of him.

    It takes balls to be positive and face adversity.

    I say, where there's a will, there's a way.

    All I know is I'm not giving up on Colt. Something good will happen for that braddah.


  26. al:

    kellen moore...we're going to miss you. (not!).


  27. al:

    so the spam has arrived already.
    didn't tsai say that it is the result of someone leaving a p-site open while posting here?
    so, which one of the early birds is it?


  28. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Thanks I meant to say..


  29. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    #27 -

    Dey you go, my Hawaiian!


  30. Kekoa:

    A-Joe ~ I was in tear drop city as I watched you in your cameo role last nite! Aaahhh, wat memories!


  31. clowns nose:

    Mr. Tsai comes up with another wity title.


  32. J:

    Cheepono,

    Worse, look what Seattle has for QBs and what they're paying T. Jackson. Not inspired.


  33. clowns nose:

    Thank you SA for sending Mr. Tsai to the WAC media day.


  34. clowns nose:

    To the SA I'm looking forward to subscribing to the online digital newspaper.


  35. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    So if no moa Tsai, who's on spam patrol?


  36. LizKauai:

    SAFE JOURNEYS, ST!!!

    Someone cook rice- get planny spam already!

    HIHO!


  37. LizKauai:

    Oh yeah... even tho Colt's future is still in limbo, I am watching the Redskins imploding and feeling not too badly about him not being there.


  38. Kekoa:

    Re: Colt

    I see his life story being written by a certainthe Blog host and turned into a Blockbuster movie.

    The veteran sports writer of Honolulu Advertiser fame, chronicles Colt's struggle to take his QB skills to NFL prominence.

    His navigation past life's obstacles is the inspirational hook. After all the drama passes, there will be the happy ending part where he takes the SF 49ers to the first of 3 consecutive Super Bowl Championships.


  39. Wes'side Warrior:

    Morning, everyone!

    Looking forward to some great football this year by our Warriors. I like hearing how most of the boyz are diligently working out. Please take care of the academics side too!

    Also looking forward to what the "experts" are saying about our Warriors in the media of both conferences.

    Hoping our line play will step it up from game one, and our defense will come strong on every down. Looking for our next playmakers on offense, and especially looking to see our new and improved Special Teams play!

    Go, Warriors!!!


  40. Kekoa:

    C'mon SA Tekkies!

    How can you justify charging for online anything if you can't CAN THE SPAM?!


  41. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Reardon picks UH to place second in WAC:

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/sports/20110727_Favorable_schedule_sets_up_Nevada_for_WAC_title_run.html


  42. Couch potato:

    despair, hope, reality. regarding Colt: "Ability is nothing without opportunity."


  43. Couch potato:

    Kekoa, the blog is free, no charge for blog content, no charge for spam.


  44. Couch potato:

    now i stay ono for spam musubi. throw in some beer and a replay of Warrior football on the tv and i'm good to go. awwwwwryte!


  45. eagle:

    RE: al: July 27th, 2011 at 8:27 am
    kellen moore...we're going to miss you. (not!).

    We'll be seeing KM Near the Top of the QB Stats; hopefully Mighty Mo' can ALSO Challenge down to the wire for Passing Efficiency (as well as our expected Top of Charts yardage & TDs); Glad they put the Mo's 16" Guns in his background -- we got it (fought for it) Use It ... i still can't fathom (living in paradise) how any one would choose to live in Misery ...

    Since our History is 1-4? @ Nevada, they can 'start' the season on top -- we ought to be there, at the top by 3/4 mark ...

    Here's to Hopin' - Gibber Brings in a Legit, even Ready-to-Play (RTP), Front-Liner, a Dominant 4 or 5 (Vander is a good model, MORE RTP Skills?)


  46. Laura:

    Liz, made a funny. #38 hehehe


  47. kawika49:

    Kekoa Spam is not a bug. At the SA, it is a feature.


  48. Laura:

    ST should change this site to the "spam musubi" site, and he should be known as the "spam man". hehehe


  49. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Looking forward to your views of the two conferences, ST.

    I don't remember that kid...


  50. Bryson:

    Colt's career may have to be taken up north...It doesn't look like any pro team is willing to take a risk on him,which is sad to me because I think he could be a great QB if Put into the right offense...


  51. papajoe2:

    I think Colt should look into the Canadian Football League to show what he has. Warren Moon made it that way. So did a lot of others. He just has to get on the field.


  52. seasider:

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/sports/sportsnews/20110727_Rainbow_Wahines_fresh_faces.html

    Great article by Ann Miller on the 7 new faces of wahine volleyball.

    Not being facetious, but “The four recent arrivals share some 15 nationalities”—should be “the four recent arrivals share some 15 ethnicity”. LOL--all four share the same nationality, AMERICAN.

    If you look on the men side of volleyball, the best of the best were all pretty good HS basketball players, just not good enough to take it to the next level as a college hoopster. So, it’s no wonder that coach said Adolpho is the most athletic of the newcomers. Give her time to grow into the sports and she’ll be a force to be reckon with on the volleyball court—the next Victoria Prince.

    Hopefully coach doesn’t make the same mistake with Croson as he did with Willoughby. FYI Jessica Sudduth, no pun intended, was a great all-around player, but she didn’t bring the heat like Willoughby--Kim, only a freshmen, already had that all-around, high volleyball IQ like Kanani. Imagine if she had started on the left, they would’ve beaten NEBRASKA at Nebraska and gone on to the final four…and lol, probably would’ve had a chance to be a 4 time AA, instead of a 3 time AA, and possibly garner National FPOY to boot.

    If Stauber does have that setter’s touch like Uiato, then a 6-2 offense would be the offense to run, with the number of returning outside hitters (Danielson, Croson, Waber, Hartong, Satele, and Goodman) vying for PT, the following, just for FUN and not written in stone, could be the lineup on opening nite:

    OH: 1st Team AA Danielson/Croson-all rotation
    OP: Waber-all rotation (next to Danielson/Croson probably the next best all-rotation athlete)
    MB: 2nd Team AA Hewitt/Forsythe because of her size and blocking (Hewitt get subbed out after serving, but, Forsythe get subbed immediately when she rotates in the back.
    S: Uiato/Stauber (subbed by Hartong, Satele or Goodman when they rotate in the front-row.

    FYI: In the 6-2 offense, the setter in the back-row after every play runs to the front row, sets the ball, and then immediately runs in the back-row to play defense.

    Goodman, Long, Vorster, Adolpho, Blake, Kawamura should Redshirt because of the dearth of playing time. The extra year will help them get stronger, quicker, and maybe improve their vertical, i.e. Victoria Prince improved her vertical 6” during the off-season. LOL…look what a RS year did for Brittany Hewitt. Plus Danielson/Satele/Forsythe are seniors—for Goodman, especially, maybe give her the incentive to elevate her game to the next level so she can be factor in 2012.

    JMHO


  53. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Speaking of SPAM in the real world, cost me plenty postage on the 12-pack I just sent to Rasu Begasu.

    :roll: ...just kidding. Sorta. Kinda. OK, maybe didn't need the insurance.


  54. Satch:

    Could all you Colt idiots get over it. Colt is finished....passee.....he had his chances and never was NFL material. Please don't come up with this rubbish that he wasn't really given a chance. Just get over it and move on. He can always come back to Hawaii and sign autographs for all you idiots.


  55. Kevin:

    Satch,

    Kefe.


  56. HesterPrynne:

    comment1, ST shirtless pics, =-),


  57. Derek:

    Good to see the athletic dept. in the black. Improved attendance at men's basketball and baseball very encouraging and things are looking up in those programs. Look for Arnold's Army to do much, much better this year with Shaquille Stokes lighting it up. I hope the baseball team does well too, but losing Kolten Wong is a very big loss at the gate. Breland Almadova gotta take up the slack. A local boy has to be a star on the team to get people to come up to the ballyard. Arakawa was decent, but he's a pitcher and he doesn't play everyday. And he ain't like Tatsuno, that's for sure.

    The student athletics fee helps. At $50 per semester it is a very reasonable fee. In fact, I think every student that pays the fee should get a Hawaii or UH t-shirt. They can choose their choice of color from white, gray, black, or green. This is a good way to show school spirit/personal pride and even one katoosh!!!! I'm sure UH can find a good local t-shirt vendor who can make the shirts at a nominal price based on quantity made. Like any businness trying to balance the budget you have to both cut expenses and also increase revenues. It's simple math. This is why I get fed up with the circus in Congress. You can't just cut, cut, cut. Find sources to income too.


  58. kawika49:

    #62 It's nice to see that you are nice and cheery today. Why don't you just come out and say how you got this way? Too many lemons, or too much spam?


  59. tommui:

    Satch=Steve=Troll=Gollum?


  60. eagle:

    (RE: 60)
    IN VB how many games can they play and still redshirt -- 1/4th season ?

    The early weeks or game 3 when up 2-0 might be the only real opportunities for on-court under the lights PT;

    Croson appears far ahead of where Kim Willoughby was as a freshman; like you noted, the one year of prep can (did) make a big difference;
    i actually agree with your assertion that she should have had all freshman season to get ready for post-season, OTOH freshman mistakes (she hesitated and had a few) could also have 'cost' or been the difference to Not have made the Final Four ...

    DON'T Understand why the scoreboard couldn't have been started earlier ... (they knew disassembly & measurements were required to set up the new rig)

    ST - i haven't noticed or tracked -- are the "obvious" spam deleted throughout the day (i DO notice they flourish at night)

    FOOTBALL again -- GOOD Comments by Offensive Line Coach Gordy Shaw on Bobby's show this morning (rebroadcast in the next hour or so AM 1500): The OL has Very Little Game Experience but Very Good Athleticism and Skill Levels.

    Doing the Math HIS Top Ten on the Depth Chart Really ARE:
    - FIVE FRESHMEN (or Redshirt Freshmen),
    - One Sophomore,
    - FOUR Seniors with 5, 6, 9 and 11 games of OL experience
    (and only One Start among the group?);

    However ... They have a chance This Year, with a little help from Mighty Mo's Quick Routes, Quick Releases and a Decent Running Attack, to make it three years running of Decent/Good "Re-Built" O-Lines -

    - it (could be) real close to the time when we give the O-Line, Coaching Staff & yes, even Head Coach, Some Cred for RE-Loading vs. Re-Building -- i see it as a Team MANAGEMENT Skill, Good Evaluation, Development and Vision sprinkled in with the Self-Discipline NOT to go for the Home Run when it doesn't fit (Tate, Masoli, etc.) because some of those 'wasted' scholarships become these O & D Linemen...

    Derek - while i would appreciate the Tee for the student fee, forcing stuff (products) on the ones who don't want it just gives them more ammo for how the whole fee is a waste (in their mind)


  61. Stretch:

    Good morning Tsaikos!!

    Funny how there are a lot of new names popping up but the same stories being told. I guess it matters which personality wakes up in the morning.


  62. Couch potato:

    Laura, how long you been lurking and posting on this blog?


  63. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    #70

    Not to mention they seem to bring their "spam" entourage with them.


  64. Okole Maluna:

    Tate to attend SJS
    Our lost their gain in 5 star QB :
    http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/6806435/former-michigan-quarterback-tate-forcier-attend-san-jose-state


  65. Okole Maluna:

    Just in case MWC thinking of expanding UH should have a stipulation that any New members joing MWC will not be subsidized travel to Hawaii.

    We can't afford to keep paying up travel cost for any additional new members to come later.


  66. Kevin:

    Hawaii didnt lose Forcier, Forcier lost out on Hawaii cause he couldnt "do work".


  67. Okole Maluna:

    If JJ was still here He will make it WORK. and go to another BCS BOWL games.


  68. Okole Maluna:

    We've had many none qualifiers here in Hawaii, especially after JJ came to upgrade our program.

    And they've all contiued on to NFL today thanks to June Jones.


  69. Bryson:

    Anyone gonna check out what's going on in Manoa today? Are most of the wOrkouts in the afternoon?


  70. tommui:

    #64 might be worthwhile looking into!


  71. Kevin:

    Oh ok, you heard it here folks ITS ALL COACH MACKS FAULT FORCIER IS NOT AT UH!!!!!!

    PER MISTAH MALUNA HEA, DA JUNE JONES IS DA MAN AND THE ONLY SOLE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OF UH FOOTBALL'S SUCCESS!!!

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    So Maluna, "auwe" to Coach Mack for upkeeping the school's academic standards eh?


  72. Okole Maluna:

    To move up to elevated and enhanced MWC next year we need to take a chance on kid who is troubled or need additional help to move up to next level. And JJ was always there to help.

    Tate still had 3 years to play 2. and I've no doubt we would've have gone into MWC next year loaded. Maybe even one or two 4/5 star WR would have joined a 5 star QB playing for next two year after Moniz.

    Ahhh but we only can dream of another BCS Bowl game for now.


  73. Kevin:

    BTW,

    I like how you capitalized "He" as written in the bible.


  74. Okole Maluna:

    I didn't say that Kevin you did.

    Mac is a stand up guy and no doubt he consulted we all party especially with QB coach who was in no hurry to return from the mainland. Should tell the story that there was some problem with the transcript form U Michigan.
    Like I said on earlier post.


  75. Rich2176:

    HAWAII vs UNLV UPDATE

    I just confirmed with the UNLV ticket office that this is the only home game for UNLV which is not offering group discounts. There are 3 levels of pricing - $25/$30/$45. $25 will get us into the 216/217/218 sections like we had in 2007. $30 will get us closer to the field, 115/116 like we had in 2009. I'm not even going to try and get 125 tickets on the sideline for $45 since they won't be anywhere near midfield and not worth the extra money. SO, I'm going for the $30 tix. Once I get them, I'll post on Monday or Tuesday as to where to send payment. I've moved offices, so DO NOT SEND ANY CHECKS TO THE OLD OFFICE. As always, I'll mail the tix certified/return receipt which will add about $5+ to each order (not ticket). Also, I would appreciate an extra $1-$2 per ticket to offset my travel expenses to Vegas, but it's not necessary. I'll work on the seating chart and try to accomodate everyone's requests.


  76. Kevin:

    E'o Na Toa... GO MUSTANGS!! HEE HAW!!!

    PF Changs here we come.


  77. A-House:

    We enjoyed watching KFVE's 28 years of UH sports, but, what we could not understand why was no personal imput by Jim Leahy and Kekaula - are they in da doggie house?


  78. Couch potato:

    no use talk about Tate. transcripts were looked over and scrutinized. based on recommendations Mack decided not to host the guy.


  79. clowns nose:

    Okole Maluna,

    I welcome your views.


  80. gigi-hawaii:

    Ah well, San Jose is closer to Tate's family's home, so maybe it's a better fit.

    Good luck and best wishes to the guy.


  81. Couch potato:

    also, the guy loves SJSU, he'll be happier there.


  82. Kevin:

    Okole Maluna:
    July 27th, 2011 at 11:29 am

    I didn't say that Kevin you did.

    Mac is a stand up guy and no doubt he consulted we all party especially with QB coach who was in no hurry to return from the mainland. Should tell the story that there was some problem with the transcript form U Michigan.
    Like I said on earlier post.

    To respond, let's go in order here you started off with:

    Okole Maluna:
    July 27th, 2011 at 11:06 am

    Tate to attend SJS
    Our lost their gain in 5 star QB :

    With you specifically mentioning "5-Star QB", the HEAVY implication of your emphasis on the "loss" that Hawaii had on Forcier is quite obvious. To which I replied:

    Kevin:
    July 27th, 2011 at 11:11 am

    Hawaii didnt lose Forcier, Forcier lost out on Hawaii cause he couldnt "do work".

    Then your responded twice with:

    Okole Maluna:
    July 27th, 2011 at 11:13 am

    If JJ was still here He will make it WORK. and go to another BCS BOWL games.
    -------
    Okole Maluna:
    July 27th, 2011 at 11:15 am

    We've had many none qualifiers here in Hawaii, especially after JJ came to upgrade our program.

    And they've all contiued on to NFL today thanks to June Jones.

    You are responding to my post about Forcier not qualifiying for UH academically. Subsequently the following comments, in the manner in which they were written with heavy emphasis on what June Jones did (emphasis on PAST tense) in the past in relation to the Forcier situation on leads one to believe that you are insinuating that the head coach NOW in charge Coach Greg McMackin "failed" to do what was in his power to secure Forcier or perhaps work other "methods" to get Forcier in ala what June Jones did as you DID say we had non-qualifiers under JJ and so forth.


  83. A-House:

    There is an unsettling feeling - not good or bad; just unsettling about the fortunes of the Warrior football team.

    Guess part or all will be settled on 9/3/11 when Aloha Stadium is filled and the first whistle blows. Will the fans show up? Will the offense and defense show up?

    Only Deserie Furtado knows!!! NO, no, not Kekoa, King of the ceded lands.


  84. Kevin:

    I could walk on water and roysan16 will say I cannot swim.

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    God I love that little headcase!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:


  85. Couch potato:

    Felipe Ojastro, sideline reporter, who dat?


  86. madeinhawaii:

    I don't see why the travel subsidies to the various MWC schools are different. It should be no more than the lowest subsidies from any one of the schools. After all, the schools all travel to the that location every other year and don't get subsidies. I guess we were really desperate.


  87. Wade:

    FYI for all the st Louis hs fans...masoli was signed by the 49ers, as a rb. Maybe harbaugh saw something he liked when they were in the pac10. As a 49ers fan, I don't see how he could be used.


  88. Garret:

    JJ took chances on some athletes, but those were people with negative things in their past that were not related to Academics. If you look at Bess, Colt, and Pisa, they had no academic issues throughout their career. So, there is no example from JJ's time at UH that applies to Forcier's situation.

    If you look at JJ's time at SMU, he's already lost 3 high-profile recruits that signed NLIs with SMU but did not get into the school. If I remember correctly, UCLA and Oregon State happily took at least one of those academic casualties. So, the only evidence that is available indicates that Mack handled the Forcier situation just like JJ would have, and any criticism of Mack should NOT use JJ as an example.


  89. Garret:

    Interesting article that explains why big budget football programs rather pay $1+ mil to visiting teams to get more home games...since they make more than $6 mil per home game, playing on the road hurts their budget.

    Michigan AD David Brandon voiced the obvious, the school has no incentive to schedule a non-conference road game. Barring even-year trips to South Bend, the Wolverines would prefer playing every game at home.

    Michigan – like Ohio State, Texas or a big SEC school – loses millions by not playing at home. The school brought in $5-6 million per game in revenue before renovating the stadium.

    http://thebiglead.com/index.php/2011/07/27/michigan-doesnt-want-to-schedule-road-games-college-football-provides-no-incentive-to-do-so/


  90. Garret:

    The San Diego newspaper has an interesting article about the financial problems facing the MWC. Even getting AQ status means NOTHING in terms of equalizing revenues.

    The Pac-12 Conference television rights deal will mean about $20 million per member school. By contrast, Mountain West member schools this year each will get about $1.5 million as part of a 10-year, $120 million deal TV contract that started in 2006. When that contract ends, it might not get much better because Mountain West markets only cover about 5 percent of the U.S. population, Thompson said.

    In 1999-2000, Thompson said the average athletics budget in the MWC was about $17 million. Now it’s $38 million. Meanwhile, state budget cuts have forced schools to raise tuition, which increases the cost of athletics scholarships. State cuts also have led athletic departments to cut more resources, including SDSU, which had to furlough coaches and cut 25 full-time jobs in the past three years. The football office at SDSU is down to one secretary and one athletic trainer.

    "One of the biggest challenges is just keeping the doors open," Thompson said.

    The league is on the verge of earning automatic access to BCS bowl games for 2012 and 2013, just like the six elite leagues. But that may only mean an extra $1 million or so per school, which is dwarfed by the disparity in television revenue between the haves and have-nots.

    http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/jul/27/mountain-west-facing-financial-struggles/


  91. A-House:

    #109 - yep and the MWC wanted to "bleed" UH, again, for travel expenses.

    I agree that travel subsidy should have been from the West Coast to Hawaii - not from "home" location to Hawaii. And, it's not like they have to travel to Hawaii every year; no, every other year. To reverse this, UH must be top of the mountain every year!

    Some would say, "that's nickel and dime" mentality. Perhpas, but it's ethics. At least that's what I learned from Business Ethics class at UH. OH, how naive you say, but that's the way I was brought up.

    In the end, it's all "water under the bridge".


  92. Garret:

    So, AQ status would get an extra $1 mil per MWC school (maybe even less since most years the MWC already sends a team to a BCS bowl). When UH's Athletic Budget is more than $100 mil less than some other D-IA schools, that $1 mil doesn't solve things.

    The league is on the verge of earning automatic access to BCS bowl games for 2012 and 2013, just like the six elite leagues. But that may only mean an extra $1 million or so per school, which is dwarfed by the disparity in television revenue between the haves and have-nots.


  93. Garret:

    A-House,

    Maybe the MWC did *not* demand the full travel subsidy but instead just accepted UH's offer?

    Remember how UH "negotiated" Mack's current 5-year contract...their first offer was $1.1 mil per year and Mack's agent just said yes. UH paid WAY over market price and didn't have a buyout clause which is standard in college football coach contracts...but you cannot blame Mack since UH willingly gave him more than he might have wanted.

    Similarly, what if UH offered up the full subsidy so we cannot blame the MWC for saying yes?


  94. Garret:

    By the way, I expect UH's tuition to go up in the next year or two due to budget cuts and rising costs. That will increase the cost of every scholarship and making JD's job that much harder.


  95. d1shima:

    ...all the more reason to "buy local" in recruiting.


  96. Garret:

    papajoe2,

    Yes, Utah State has had low attendance...but the NCAA hasn't enforced that rule. If they did, the WAC/MAC/Sun Belt would have had serious problems.


  97. Garret:

    madeinhawaii,

    UH agreed to one amount for schools in the Pacific Time Zone and another amount for those in the Mountain Time Zone, since that would mean they are traveling a greater distance (more fuel=higher charter cost).


  98. Stretch:

    Another Coach bites the dust.... North Carolina fires Butch Davis, just days before camp starts.

    http://tarheelblue.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/072711aad.html


  99. Garret:

    To me, not getting Forcier does not hurt UH's chances next year. There is no guarantee that he would have stayed eligible during his year off (I've read that he his grades even cost him 1 football season in high school), there is no guarantee that he would be better in UH's system (which needs accuracy more than mobility) than Graves/Shutter/etc., and UH might use that scholarship for another QB that might be even better.


  100. d1shima:

    Stretch,

    Wow! That is brutal!


  101. isleboy:

    NFL increasing rosters to 90 players starting on Sunday....again I repeat....Why hasnt
    Colt Brennan been offered a free agent contract?......Colt's agent shud get on the horn and
    make some calls.....


  102. Old Diver:

    #116

    I agree that $1 million isn't much against $20 million, but AQ status could be the spring board that could allow some MWC schools to get much better at recruiting. Better to be the ugliest guy at the party than not to have been invited at all.


  103. Wes'side Warrior:

    Gotta agree with Garret's #123 view on UH not getting Forcier. We've already got Graves, Shutter, and a few others that have been "in system" for a while now, plus a couple of other possible greats coming that were recruited specifically for our style of play.

    I'll take the hard working, take care of business kids, before risking everything on a formerly nationally-hyped, problems-with-academics kid.

    Just my opinion...


  104. LizKauai:

    MAHALO, RICH!! Good choice. $30 tix rock!


  105. Okole Maluna:

    Thanks Garret, hearing UH has another QB even better which makes all of us feeling reassure of Keeping the Dream alive to BCS.

    and Good Luck to Tate that he stays qualified. Good thing we're not playing SJS anymore.
    Or is it too bad we're not!

    And there is no need to reply Kevin's Ramblings.

    My lunch is done.


  106. Wes'side Warrior:

    Still, though... our biggest problem will be the weak tv contract the MWC has. Although better than what the future WAC will get, it's still not gonna get the bills paid off at the end of every season.

    We just gotta keep winning and make ourselves as attractive as possible. We also gotta strengthen our fan base to a more national presence. Gotta reach out to everyone who has ties to the islands, whether it be kama'aina on the mainland, military who used to be stationed in the islands, whatever...


  107. Wes'side Warrior:

    Definitely, Rich! Those $30 tickets sounds good to us! Remember, I am no longer the Michigan Warrior! But it sure is hot down here in Georgia. Guess that's why the devil went down to Georgia, looking for a soul to steal, as the song says...


  108. J-FORCE:

    Can't wait to see who will be the surprise WR this year. With so many new players vying for playing time, it will be an interesting full camp. Competition is always a good thing. Good luck boys & GO WARRIORS! 8)


  109. bigislandkurt:

    Koakane! All is well and blessed here on da Moku o Keawe! Sending da good blessings your way!

    BIK


  110. SteveM:

    Re: #99
    A-House -- The sunny 4:15 pm start and free TV could have significant impact on the Colorado game.


  111. madeinhawaii:

    Garret,

    I realize that. Those teams in the Mountain Time Zone do not get subsidies from the teams in the Pacific Time Zone. So it follows that, in all fairness, the subsidy to the Mountain Time Zone should be (Cost to Hawaii - cost to travel to farthest Pacific Time zone location).


  112. PONO:

    The problem that will always be with UH athletics is that local people are cheap for the most part and are not willing to pay for a top notch team. People complain about $5 parking at the stadium. SJSU which is a bottom feeder charges $20 for parking and their ticket prices are not much cheaper for a far worse product on the field. Gotta pay to play with the big boys.


  113. kawika49:

    A little less conversation, a little more action please
    All this aggravation aint satisfactioning me
    A little more bite and a little less bark
    A little less fight and a little more spark
    Close your mouth and open up your heart
    Satisfy me baby

    Satisfy me...


  114. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    BCS money is better than nothing. So unless a divine wind brings us a fat tv contract I am perfectly fine with "JUST $1M".


  115. Stephen Tsai:

    Moniz and Paredes should be arriving at the hotel soon. And, nope, I haven't gambled yet. Sick as a dog since sitting next to Mr. TB on the plane.


  116. kawika49:

    #141 The only divine wind we going get is, shorties Puhio (as in break).


  117. kawika49:

    #141 you mean the governor made the trip, with you?


  118. Stretch:

    kawika49 - talking to yourself??!!?? hahaha


  119. kawika49:

    #142 gotta have a commercial break between the spam.


  120. kawika49:

    boy the spam killah, when jam up my numering system.


  121. LizKauai:

    ST - Kimchi Jigae.

    You gonna be on the NFL Network? Should we set our dvrs?


  122. Garret:

    I know that the AQ money would not be *nothing*...but it definitely would not solve all of UH's problems. Other issues need to be addressed to help UH upgrade facilities and salaries to take the Athletic Department to the next level.

    To put things in perspective, UH's cut of the increased money if the MWC becomes an AQ conference won't even pay for the travel subsidies UH will be paying to the MWC.


  123. Garret:

    Interesting to read about what the MWC's Commissioner said to the press. These points are highly relevant to UH:

    Hawaii only gets a partial share of TV revenue and each team getting around 1.4 to 1.5 million.

    Hawaii's TV PPV not resolved

    If UH is expected to get a partial share of the MWC's TV revenue...that means that their TV partners have rejected UH keeping its PPV deal. If they were going to let UH keep the PPV deal, they wouldn't say that UH was getting a partial share (say, $1 mil/year) of the PPV revenue.

    The statement that UH's PPV deal is not resolved may mean that the MWC hasn't given up on having UH keep the deal. Remember, they have to make a "reasonable effort" to help UH keep their PPV money.

    http://www.mwcboard.com/www/forums/index.php?showtopic=34100


  124. kawika49:

    Why doesn't (Or do they?) Koa Anuenue have a Kiosk @ all Wac or in the future MWC games to sell Hawaii aloha shirts and team memorabila?


  125. kawika49:

    Oh and to satisfy GIGI hawaii MuuMuu, Lavalavas.


  126. kawika49:

    Or Warrior Hachimaki/Hapi coats.


  127. Garret:

    My post should say: "partial share (say, $1 mil/year) of the MWC TV revenue"


  128. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    #132,

    Are you really sick? You should probably see if you can get some antiviral meds like tamiflu before the threshold.


  129. Wes'side Warrior:

    Stinks to travel and have to work... while sick as a dog. Get well, ST!


  130. Old School Dave:

    Late comment, but I would like to see the MWC invite Utah State. Their basketball program is solid and I like what Gary Anderson is doing with the football program. Idaho would need to build a larger stadium or expand the Kibbie Dome to be considered for an invite to the MWC.


  131. A-House:

    Garret:

    Welcome back and hope you all had a great time during the cruise!

    yep, understand your point in #110 - but if true, then JD needs to select a better negotiator to protect the "house", economically, as much as possible. U know, start with the minimum and negotiate the rest!

    SteveM:

    I hope da local paper and TV really play up Colorado - especially where some analysts are saying that they have the toughest 2011 football schedule - how good their players are, etc.

    then we bring da house and wip'um!!!!


  132. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    10 is a good number for football in the MWC.

    Invite Utah St. for all non-FB sports. That should be MWC's offer. They can get their "foot in the door" and if they can prove that their FB program is winning its OOC games, dominant in the WAC etc. then I am sure at a later date MWC can offer their FB team. This would also balance out Hawaii's FB-only membership.

    There is no *need* to rush and add the entire program right now.


  133. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Some comments from MWC's Thompson...

    “Not yet,” Thompson said. “I think we’re in the mode of ‘sell the boat, go to a smaller college (with) less tuition, take a second job.’ I’m talking real life, whatever it’s going to take to maintain what we have. We have not had those conversations (about the elite conferences breaking away). Knock wood, we won’t have to have them real soon. We may have to have them sooner than we would hope.”

    -Thompson said the Mountain West may add the Hawaii Bowl to the conference bowl lineup next year, when league membership increases to 10.

    “Colorado had gone (to the Pac-10) on Thursday (June 10, 2011), and we added Boise State on Friday morning (June 11).,” Thompson said. “Are Kansas State and Iowa State going to need a spot? That was very much alive that weekend."

    http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/jul/27/mountain-west-facing-financial-struggles/


  134. Dennis Halloran:

    Best scenario a Boise like run in FB and become very attractive to Pac 12-14 or create our own late nite Saturday show for TV


  135. Shoko:

    Last year's WAC Media Preview offered video clips of interviews with coaches and players. Hope they follow that format today as I would be interested in following what they all have to say about this upcoming season. So far, according to the WAC's website, they make no mention of whether they will have streaming content. Anyone got inside info?


  136. kkobi425:

    #87...Thanks Rich for the ticket info I gave up trying.


  137. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Did anyone see Utah's new running back on ESPN Media Days?

    The dude is a monster. 6'3 235 former (pro?) rugby player.


  138. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    I wonder if Tomey could help us in getting some games scheduled with Arizona soon.


  139. Garret:

    yep, understand your point in #110 - but if true, then JD needs to select a better negotiator to protect the "house", economically, as much as possible. U know, start with the minimum and negotiate the rest!

    A-House,

    JD cannot select the negotiators...his bosses (Hinshaw/Greenwood) are the ones directing the negotiations.


  140. Garret:

    Looks like the Pac-12 TV Network and the Longhorn Network insures that Texas won't join the Pac-12.

    With the Pac-12 announcing the startup of a conference television network in August 2012 — a venture that will come one year after the debut of the Longhorn Network Pac-12 — Commissioner Larry Scott told the American-Statesman on Wednesday that Texas probably would never join the Pac-12.

    "I think you could certainly imply that, with the news that we're going to announce" Wednesday night , Scott said in a phone interview from New York City. "The Longhorn Network would be certainly a huge impediment."

    http://www.statesman.com/sports/collegefootball/pac-12-inks-deal-to-start-a-tv-1662754.html


  141. Garret:

    The Pac-12 Network will show high school games if the Longhorn Network is allowed to. That would *kill* the recruiting competition in California and the rest of the Pac-12 states. That would be very, very bad for UH.

    Having the Pac-12 Network show all of their other sports nationwide will also make it that much harder to recruit against them in sports like softball.

    If the Longhorn Network receives permission to televise high school football games, Scott said the new Pac-12 Network would do likewise.

    "We have an interest," Scott said. "If the Longhorn Network is allowed to do it, we'll do it from the get-go."


  142. seasider:

    #66

    For volleyball and probably the other athletic programs (except for football), the term "redshirt" is used to describe a student-athlete who does not participate in competition in a sport for an entire academic year. If you do not compete in a sport the entire academic year, you have not used a season of competition. For example, if you are a qualifier, and you attend a four-year college your freshman year, and you practice but do not compete against outside competition, you would still have the next four years to play four seasons of competition.


  143. Not an Expert:

    Subsidy for the MW schools coming to Hawaii and play. Is UH paying too much? If so bad negotiating. UH bargaining should of been paying some of the cost of coming to Hawaii based on the highest cost of a MW school playing at another MW school.

    Example: A school travels to B school and it cost them $75,000 to do so as their highest expense for traveling. A school coming to Hawaii and it cost $150,000, Hawaii should pay at the most $75,000.


  144. gigi-hawaii:

    SATURDAY, AUG 20

    HALE KOA HOTEL

    5:30 PM - DINNER AT KOKO CAFE

    7 PM - KARAOKE/DANCING AT WARRIOR LOUNGE

    RSVP - CURT (ON THE BLOG)


  145. Kekoa:

    Rich! ~ Thanks for going for the same section we had in '09. Good job...and how's Paula? Btw - Did ST ever get her autographed Pic?

    Now if we could just get the bus to drop/pick us up in da front where our seats are....instead of out in the north 40!


  146. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    If Utah St. is indeed coming to the MWC, hopefully UH will be able to tell MWC "hey we ain't paying for their travel".


  147. Stephen Tsai:

    I'm alive again. Maybe I had too much spam.
    Got a nice picture of Andrew Manley and Bryant Moniz together. It's amazing how you aim the camera, and shaka signs flash.


  148. Kekoa:

    Is there a SPAM convention in town?

    Earlier I commented about this stuff taking over the blog. Yeah, I know the blog is free. My comment was to get the exterminators to do what they can to stop the invasion. Mahalo.


  149. Laura:

    ST, I think your problem was you did not have rice with all those spam.


  150. Kekoa:

    ST ~

    So you did take your meds! Showtime!


  151. Stephen Tsai:

    Utah State is not going to the MWC, at least that's what all sides are saying up here.
    Another thing: People here are saying Utah State was not specifically asked to join the MWC last year.
    Apparently, it was more of a would-you-be-interested question.


  152. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    #180,

    Do you personally see any benefit from Utah joining?

    Btw does anyone know why they call Thompson "The Hair"?...He doesn't have weird looking hair or anything...


  153. R Smoke:

    The Sports Junkies from Washington D.C. talked about the unfortunate situation Colt Brennan and the UFL are currently facing today. To listen go to segment 9 from 7/27 at about 4:40 into it. http://washington.cbslocal.com/audio-on-demand/the-sports-junkies/#


  154. Stephen Tsai:

    Colt is just going to have to play somewhere. CFL? AFL? It doesn't matter which league. With his injury history, he just needs to play.
    He wasn't going to get picked up this summer because most of the guys they're bringing in are undrafted free agents. If there had been minicamps and OTAs, maybe, but not for this short of a period. Especially since he would command higher money (per CBA agreement) for essentially a developmental player.
    If he plays somewhere and does well, I'm sure he can have an NFL comeback.


  155. Ralph:

    For Rams and Giants fans- the passing of Andy Robustelli, fb Hall of Famer

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/afterword/2011/05/andy-robustelli-hall-of-fame-end-with-rams-and-giants-dies-at-85.html


  156. gigi-hawaii:

    ST: what you said about Colt makes sense.

    I hope for his sake that happens. CFL might be better than UFL, tho.


  157. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    If there exists a way to an NFL comeback, Colt is the kinda guy that will find it. Believe.


  158. A-House:

    Wes'side Warrior:

    Good to hear that you and family made it safely to Georgia.

    Good fortune to you!

    Hope to see in Las Vegas on/about 9/17/11.

    Best to you and family!


  159. Ralph:

    Wes'side Warrior- don't forget to carry your birth certificate in Georgia, the Hwy patrol guys will profile you and ask for confirmation of citizenship.

    Immigration laws are changing in the South, so don't loiter around street corners like you looking for work. :)


  160. Stephen Tsai:

    Gigi:
    Colt's a sharp guy. He knows what he needs to do if he wishes to have a comeback.
    If he does, that's great for him, his family and his fans.
    And if he doesn't, there are other things he can do in life.
    When you're young, life is full of possibilities.


  161. Stephen Tsai:

    At 4 a.m., it should be confirmed that Bryant Moniz is the WAC's preseason Offensive Player of the Year.
    Or, as a WAC guy said: Who else?


  162. gigi-hawaii:

    ST, do you think Colt would be content with a career in the CFL and settle in Canada?


  163. Stephen Tsai:

    Warriors should be out there at 5 p.m. tomorrow.


  164. Stephen Tsai:

    Gigi:
    I think everybody wants to play in the NFL.
    But he would enjoy playing in Canada.
    If you love the game, and you're a competitor, you just want to play.


  165. gigi-hawaii:

    Also, I think Colt will go where he is loved -- like Chad Owens.


  166. Stephen Tsai:

    Which brings up another point: Do you guys like football for the game itself or for the event?
    I bring this up because there are folks like sjmacro, myki and Slugger who seem to enjoy practices and just watching football.
    Now I like the Jets, but I couldn't watch a Jets practice without being bored out of my mind.


  167. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Well guess there isn't any benefit to Utah State. LOL


  168. d1shima:

    Watching an NFL game live gets me bored out of my mind.


  169. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    #166,

    I enjoy watching real games. I have been to practices every year except this year.

    It's not that fun...I would imagine it would be more fun to be able to stand nearer to the coaches and what not. But in the bleachers or outside the fence not so much.

    Golf, since I am a golfer I can stand to watch it on TV. Some can't stand it.

    And off course everything is better live. Live football, baseball, golf, shellfish.


  170. gigi-hawaii:

    ST, I did not enjoy Spring Scrimmage at Aloha Stadium in 2007 when Colt was playing. Boring.

    But I always look forward to the actual games.


  171. Curt:

    Attendees to the Tsaikos Dinner-Karaoke-Dance Call at the Hale Koa total 6 at this time plus several others likely to participate.


  172. Stephen Tsai:

    When I was a kid, I loved baseball so much, I could watch any game (and NBC used to show some really bad matchups).
    Now that I'm an old fut, I just can't watch baseball all the way through (even when the Mets are playing). During road trips, Ferd, who loves baseball, will get us to go to games. I usually end up wandering the stadium.


  173. Stephen Tsai:

    d1:
    You're right. NFL games are boring live.
    I think it's because when you're at home, they have four replays for every play.
    In the stadium, you're waiting the time equivalent of four replays for the next snap.


  174. gigi-hawaii:

    What I like about PPV is that the bathroom and kitchen are close by. No need worry about the stairs.


  175. gigi-hawaii:

    Does anyone here watch the Pro Bowl? I rarely watch it.


  176. d1shima:

    The least the NFL players could do is look interested in the game during the commercial breaks.


  177. d1shima:

    You could try scoring the baseball games you watch to stay interested.


  178. al:

    172...sounds like a case of add.


  179. al:

    166...are they watching practice or ogling?


  180. OldDiver:

    With Air Force wanting to only play eight conference games I don't see the benefit of adding Utah State alone to the MCW.


  181. al:

    ralph...years ago, okay many years ago. my friend and I were detained at the Mexican border on our way back to the mother country. they thought we were trying to escape. of course we looked the part.


  182. el burro sabio:

    Watching an NFL game was fun. There were 5 or 6 fights in the stands.


  183. SteveM:

    RE: #166 #181
    Al -- that's love, care, and interest of grandparents to the young athletes.... or pretty close.

    Re: #172 & 173
    St - ditto... OK, now you've drawn me out of the "closet". :|

    But that's OK, I'll probably get killed for the grandparent comment anyway.... :|


  184. SteveM:

    Benchmark: 184 without the spam


  185. Rich2176:

    Best time at NFL games was the time I had season tix 10 rows up on the 20 yard line for Raider games here in L.A. Plenty of fights and the Raiderettes right in front of us.

    Live golf is actually quite interesting at the pro level. Watching how these guys shape and play shots is truly amazing. I remember following Tiger several years ago at Pebble Beach. Just awesome how he can make birdie by driving the ball into the wrong fairway, hitting a 9 iron from 160 yards over 100 ft. pine trees and spinning the ball back to 4 feet from the jar.


  186. wafan:

    Good evening!


  187. wafan:

    Thanks for the ticket information, Rich!!!


  188. wafan:

    Did anyone record the K5 program last night? Out with the parental unit and the VHS is from the last century.

    Would like 2 copies if possible.


  189. Kevin:

    d1shima:
    July 27th, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    You could try scoring the baseball games you watch to stay interested.

    You can't shine ****.


  190. wafan:

    Who else would be the WAC'd Offensive Player?

    Go Mo!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  191. wafan:

    Curt . . .

    8/20 is a possibility.


  192. wafan:

    Anyone lurking?


  193. clowns nose:

    Watching NFL games at the bar is fun.


  194. wafan:

    198


  195. wafan:

    200


  196. wafan:

    3rd century!


  197. Kevin:

    The live game is an event in itself.

    Go with friends and any live sporting event is the EVENT.

    No amount of bose surround sound can beat a live stadium or arena. Sorry there is no volume control!!!!!!

    The emotion is like a drug. The angst and frustration of losses and the pure elation of victory from the people around you cannot be duplicated with 3-D glasses.

    I say people go to watch live games for the sport, that's a given, but really, it's the spirit of the event is what brings people.


  198. Curt:

    U got it wafan. Congratz.


  199. Reverse Osmosis:

    54 Satch:
    July 27th, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Could all you Satch idiots get over Me. I'm finished....passee.....I had my chances and never was Tsaiko material. Please don't come up with this rubbish that I wasn't really given a chance. Just get over it and move on. I can always go back to lurking and shut my trap for all of you.


  200. clowns nose:

    Kevin,

    I 'll post your prize tomorrow.


  201. wafan:

    Best thing about live sports is the participation -- euphoria and angst. And, being swept up in the emotion.

    I guess you kind of get the same thing in private, at home. But, it is different.


  202. Kevin:

    WHOOPS!!!

    Quoted the wrong post.

    Meant this one:

    d1shima:
    July 27th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    The least the NFL players could do is look interested in the game during the commercial breaks.

    Yeah, cannot shine ****.

    Not even world-class acting from Morgan Freeman with narration from Samuel L Jackson can make the "Pro" Bowl seem exciting.


  203. Kevin:

    wafan:
    July 27th, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    Best thing about live sports is the participation -- euphoria and angst. And, being swept up in the emotion.

    I guess you kind of get the same thing in private, at home. But, it is different.

    Uhhhhh......... :lol: :lol: :lol:


  204. myki:

    Wafan, will burn two copies for you. WIll bring to practice tailgate.


  205. wafan:

    "Police Seize Sugar-Glider . . ."

    Geez, sounds like a SWAT team wrestled the thing to the ground, cuffed it and paraded it down the street, while it hung its head in shame, to a waiting squad car.

    Yes, I understand the importance of said capture.

    Maybe they should have done it to the former owners.


  206. wafan:

    Kevin . . .

    Yeah. Sounded odd when I typed it, too.

    Similar but different.

    HA!


  207. wafan:

    Myki . . .

    Thank you! That is another reason to attend.

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  208. Kevin:

    Get some real HARDCORE people out there.

    As much as the older folks get all huffy and puffy about people standing and cheering or booing at a live sporting even, there are some that are literally wheelchair-bound that still make their way to live events.

    Amazing.


  209. Kevin:

    Get some real HARDCORE people out there.

    As much as the older folks get all huffy and puffy about people standing and cheering or booing at a live sporting even, there are some that are literally wheelchair-bound that still make their way to live events.

    Amazing.


  210. A-joe:

    Live NFL games are good fun.

    Live BigTime College games are awesome!

    Live Peewee Football games are the bestest!!


  211. clowns nose:

    viewing games at the bar-UH, NFL

    HD,
    replays
    commentary, analysis
    bets, football pools
    A/C
    tons of beer@ $2, tons of food, comfy, safe, lots of parking
    everyone at the bar knows each other
    friendly waitresses, hostesses, bartenders
    no fuss, no traffic, no headache


  212. wafan:

    Nytal!


  213. wafan:

    Nytal!


  214. wafan:

    Nytal!


  215. wafan:

    Nytal!


  216. wafan:

    Nytal!


  217. wafan:

    Nytal!


  218. wafan:

    Nytal!


  219. wafan:

    Nytal!


  220. wafan:

    What the heck?!?!


  221. clowns nose:

    watching games at the NBC was fun

    watching games at the ssc not fun

    ssc not comfy and nbc is

    ssc has steeper incline

    nbc was negotiable


  222. LK:

    Off to Vegas on the red eye to catch up with the family. Of course they're driving back from Disneyland, and I'll be there with time to kill. Fortunately we're staying at The Orleans. Might have to see if I can check out the WAC preview. These HAL Airbus' have the most uncomfortable seats. Hope I don't have the ST experience on this flight. As wafan would say, nytal.


  223. clowns nose:

    nicest spiral-zip on the ball

    timmy chang

    colt

    moniz

    moniz?


  224. LK:

    Mo,maybe Greg Tipton, or even Bernard Quarles.


  225. Stephen Tsai:

    LK:
    Wear shorts. It's hot out here.
    And head straight for the craps tables. We've had some good shooters tonight.
    Chadd Cripe from the Idaho Statesman is making us some money.


  226. Ralph:

    Al it will be interesting as more states enact immigration legislation allowing the LE people to question a driver's citizenship. The Feds and the courts have reversed a few laws, namely in Arizona and Georgia, but appeals will be made in the name of states rights. We're headed back to the days prior to the Civil war.


  227. Stephen Tsai:

    Brian Murphy is pretty good, too.
    Always good to have a lefty-righty combo at the tables.
    But stay away from the blackjack tables. They've got a table where the decks are constantly shuffling. Looks like they added a bunch of 5s and 4s to the deck, too.


  228. Stephen Tsai:

    No. 226:
    Ralph, what was it like back then?


  229. Stephen Tsai:

    A-Joe:
    Live karaoke is good, too.


  230. Ralph:

    Oakland hooked up with 12 undrafted free agents, Robert Gallery gone to the Seahawks and Dradkowski without an offer to return. No mention of Satele.


  231. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    ST,

    Do you play baccarat at all?


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