Lee services set; Colt to CFL

February 28th, 2012

The memorial service for Thomas Lee Sr. is set for March 7 at Diamond Head Memorial Park.

He was the father of football coaches Tommy Lee, Ron Lee and Cal Lee. He would have turned 95 on March 8.

Deepest sympathies to the Lee family.

* * * * *

Colt Brennan called the WB to say he was grateful for the opportunity to continue his football career.  He signed a two-year contract with the Saskatchewan Roughriders (great name, by the way). He said he is finally healed from the car accident in November 2010.

* * * * *

This afternoon, the Warriors will be conducting tryouts for football hopefuls.

The combine-like event is limited to undergraduates who already are enrolled at UH-Manoa. The prize is a walk-on berth on the spring roster.

* * * * *

John Wa‘a's early commitment gives the Warriors three members of the 2011 All-State first team. Running back Steven Lakalaka of Punahou and linebacker Benny Fonua of Kahuku join the Warriors this summer. Wa‘a, a 6-foot-3, 280-pound offensive lineman, will be a Kahuku senior in the fall. Wa‘a has drawn comparisons to UH lineman Dave Lefotu, not just in talent — both are agile and bruising blockers — but in their willingness to make their commitments early. Lefotu, who will be a third-year sophomore in the fall, committed to UH before the start of his senior year at Pearl City.

* * * * *

Former UH d-lineman Vaughn Meatoga's strong showing at the NFL Scouting Combine gives him some breathing room for next week's UH pro day in Carson, Calif.

After reviews, these are Meatoga's official combine bests:

• 40-yard dash — 4.93 seconds.

• Vertical jump — 30 inches.

• Broad jump — 9 feet.

• L-drill — 7.12 seconds.

• Pro-agility drill — 4.21 seconds

• 225-pound bench press — 27 reps.

He also had a good score on the Wonderlic exam, which isn't surprising. He was named the scholar-athlete at the Warriors' postseason banquet in December. Meatoga most likely can stand on his speed and jumping results to focus on position drills at pro day. Meatoga is projected as an every-down lineman who can play nose tackle, defensive tackle or defensive end.

* * * * *

Former UH receiver Royce Pollard also has signed up with Beyond Wealth Sports, a sports-representative company. NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia is part of the group. Shane Austin, a former UH quarterback, also inked with Beyond Wealth.

That's Austin (far left), Pollard (third from left), Garcia (third from right) and Pollard's father, Anthony (far right):

Royce, Shane, Jeff, David, Frank, Me

298 Responses to “Lee services set; Colt to CFL”

  1. Blahlah:


  2. Blahlah:

    you guys are snoozing

  3. SteveM [iPhone4]:

    3rd? I read the whole entry too...

  4. al:

    umm...welcome back boss.

    too much vegas huh? steven lakalaka, i think you mean right?

  5. al:

    congrats to vaughn for putting up such great numbers. one service said he should get plucked between the 4th to 7th round.

    his good showing at the east/west shrine game also helped put him on the map.

  6. SteveM [iPhone4]:

    Now that The Warrior Beat is back, I don't have to keep checking with my iPhone wherever I am. :)

    ...not that I really missed it or anything like that. :roll:

    Good night, ST and everyone !

  7. braddahkeems:

    welcome back ST we miss you !!! nice post in your 1st day back :)

  8. Stephen Tsai:

    Thanks, Al.
    I was woozy from the long delays out of Vegas.

  9. UKU@LA:

    Howzit ST! Long time no see!
    Aloha n good morning from LA!

    MANEO !!!

  10. al:

    don't forget to mention the addition of mike andrade of konawaena hs. a 2nd team all stater who inked his loi the other day.

  11. slenzi:

    Congrats Vaughn! Congrats Royce! Welcome John Wa'a, stay on top of them grades!

  12. slenzi:

    New definition of "Punk" - the clown who caused the crash in the 2d lap of the Daytona 500. All the drivers waiting 36 hours to start and he pulls that stuff. Punk!

  13. Kekoa:

    He would never get away with dat chit on our H-1. We shoot first and ask questions latah.

  14. Kekoa:

    Good morning Chief! Welcome back from LV. Should we be looking for those Vacations Hawaii ads? I can picture the Mrs declare, "I WIN Vegas!"

  15. wafan:

    Good morning!

    Hope everyone enjoyed the time off.

  16. wafan:

    Egads, three hours in and the spam starts.

    They must have been lost the past few days.

  17. Garret:

    Welcome to the Warriors John Wa‘a!

    Wa‘a is a great early commit for Coach Chow and his staff and a very positive sign for local recruiting for UH!

  18. Garret:

    Best of luck to all those trying out at the walk-on tryouts today. Some worthy men will be able to follow their dreams this spring because of how they did today.

  19. Garret:

    Great job by Vaughn Meatoga at the combine! I hope that he's drafted as high as possible and goes to a team with a need where he fits their system well.

  20. Garret:

    It sounds like BYU wasn't interested in joining the Big East during last year's negotiations because they are aggressively looking to join the Big 12. BYU and Louisville would fill out the conference to 12 schools in time for the TV deal that starts in 2016.

    Talks between the two parties have ramped up over the past couple of weeks however, with discussions revolving around the possibility of BYU and Louisville being added in time for the 2013-14 athletics season. Such a move would get the conference back to its original number of 12 member schools, and provide it with the opportunity to hold a championship game for football in December of 2013.


  21. ai-eee-soos:

    Vaughn Meatoga: Good job !!! Better yet: had a good score on the Wonderlic exam.

    Good Luck on your Pro Day.

  22. mo808:

    Good Morning! Welcome back ST! Great job at combine Vaugh! Wishing the best to all the hopefuls at the tryout! Have a great day everyone!

  23. whitey:

    Good morning Tsaikos and hope you had an enjoyable weekend ST.

  24. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    And a very Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Welcome back Stephen. Hope youz guys had fun and won lots 'o money!

    Good morning whitey-san, mo, ai, and Garrett.

  25. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!
    Welcome back, ST!
    Finally, the door is unlocked. Was gonna have the blog mascot break down the door if it was any longer.

    Congrats to Vaughn. Best wishes to everyone participating in next week's Pro Day.

    Best wishes to all the walk-on hopefuls.

  26. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Doesn't surprise me that Vaughn scored so well on the Wonderlic. He's got a good head on his shoulders. And, as the stats show, the rest of him is in top shape too! He is truly deserving of any successes he attains at the next level. Vaughn has been the model Warrior since HS. Good luck to him!

  27. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Hey jm@#%&!

    I second your wishes for the walk-on hopefuls.

  28. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Best of luck to the Warrior hopefuls.

  29. d1shima:

    Welcome to Mr. Wa'a

  30. d1shima:

    Good Luck to the Warriors looking to extend their careers

  31. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Best wishes to Royce and Shane and to all the Warriors gunning for the next level.

  32. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Nothing like the thrill of an early commit of Wa'a's caliber. Welcome to to the Warriors!

  33. whitey:

    Thank you John Wa'a for your committment to da warriors.

  34. d1shima:

    Nice(?) pic of Vaughn Meatoga from the combine in today's edition.

  35. WarriorNY:

    How are we hearing more about Shane Austin than Bryant Moniz in pre-draft workouts? I think Royce Pollard was incredibly underrated in his time as a Warrior. Good luck to all the Warriors.

  36. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Welcome, John Wa'a!

    Good luck to all of the guys competing for a place on the team.

    Hurrah for Shane, Royce and Vaughn! Good luck, guys!


  37. kapakahi:

    Hoping that Wa'a's early commitment helps Warriors land fellow Red Raider and 2011 All-State first-teammer RB Aofaga Wily....


  38. kapakahi:


    With so many seniors from last season....alot of whom were also key contributors to a successful 2010 season, hopefully you're still going up to the Home Depot Center next week to cover Pro Day....so that you can give us the full results....like you've been doing for past years.

    BTW, what UH coaches (past and/or current) is UH sending up for Pro Day?

    Would hope that Norm Chow sends both to support past Warriors (and not just current Warriors) as part of his 4th goal to "prepare players for the NFL".

    While though the seniors played for the previous coaching staff, they are all still WARRIORS FOR LIFE!!!

  39. kapakahi:

    I would hope that JD and Norm Chow send both Rich Miano (as the former UH liaison with the NFL who's still on contract with UH 'til the end of March and still available on-island) and Tony Tuioti (who coached Vaughn Meatoga, Kaniela Tuipulotu, Zach Masch, and Liko Satele) to next week's Pro Day at the Home Depot Center to support the past Warriors....and to ensure a smoother transition for future UH Pro Days.

    That just only makes sense!!!

  40. Shoko:

    Congrats to Vaughn. Just out of curiosity, I wonder what his score was on the Wonderlic, or is that confidential?

  41. tom mui:


    And welcome back ST! Glad you're back - was getting withdrawal symtoms!

    And welcome to Mr. Wa'a and Mr. Mike Andrade!

  42. djmitcho:

    Good Morning everyone! It's so nice to wake up someplace that's not 20 degrees outside. Wish I could make it to Oahu for a CC or something, but I'm just happy to be in the 808 state. Have a good one everyone!

  43. Will-I-Am:

    Soooooo glad your back ST. Remember, What happens in Vegas, Stays..... on Facebook.

  44. A-TEAM:

    Is Pro day at the Home Depot Center open to the public. I'd like t go support the Warriors here on the mainland.

  45. eagle:

    Good on Andrade; Great on Wa'a; Welcome All !

    Go Pros !

    Lookin' Forward to Recognizable Potential Diamonds in the Try-Out Rough ...

  46. Stephen Tsai:

    I saw that on a T-shirt. Pretty funny.

  47. Stephen Tsai:

    I think there's a viewing area for the public at pro day.

  48. Stephen Tsai:

    You're correct that there should be a representative from the previous staff at pro day. Before the weight-in, there's usually a period where the coaches speak about the players to the scouts.

  49. Stephen Tsai:

    At the Great Aloha run, each person has a computer chip that shows when a participant crosses the starting line and finish line. I wonder if that's possible for combines. It seems to give a more accurate reading.

  50. Joe Shmo:


    5.00 40yd

  51. Joe Shmo:

    Why do you call it the L-Drill? It's the 3-Cone. And why say officially 4.93, when it's not?

  52. Derek:

    When did UH get a football commitment this early? Chow and Co. working hard. Hope it's a trend. Any word on the big fella?

  53. Couch potato:

    Derek, when Lefotu committed, that's when.

  54. papajoe2:

    @58, I was wondering the same thing. Wasn't he tripping to LSU this past weekend? al?

  55. papajoe2:

    forgot I shouldn't use numbers refering to the post. ST got a quick trigger finger.

  56. Couch potato:

    papajoe2, you can use numbers. the time and date numbers.

  57. cheepono:

    lefotu committed during the summer going into his senior year.

    i think wa'a is the earliest commit we've ever had. and on top of that he is a quality recruit and a bonafide top 10 or maybe even top 5 in the state.

    is the SA gonna do an article on wa'a's commitment?
    bummer that andrade's commitment only got mentioned in the prep notebook. anything regarding UH football needs to be at the forefront of sports media in hawaii! gotta show the local boys lots of love and be proud that they decided to stay home and represent.

  58. A-House:

    Andrade's LOI was in a small article in the sports section today; page 3 or 4 - maybe 10 short lines.

    But, it said it was his dream to play for the Warriors!!!!!!!

  59. A-House:

    Power is like sand. The more you squeeze the faster it disappears.

  60. Stephen Tsai:

    Joe Shmo:
    The results posted here are the amended ones, at least according to a couple of scouts.
    Meatoga also initially had 28 reps, but one was discounted for not locking his elbows.

  61. Stephen Tsai:

    I'm trying to remember how far out Billy Ray Stutzmann was when he committed. I do recall he graduated early, and was at spring practice.
    Early commitments are always risky. But a guy like Lefotu committed early because he knew where he wanted to go. I'm sure he would have received more interest if he were on the open market. Same with Wa‘a.

  62. Couch potato:

    A-House, huh? about the power stuff.

    nice, nice recruits. still waiting to see about the one sitting on the fence. looks like a push is being made to make him fall on the Warrior side of the fence.

    and what is happening with the basketbows? regroup fellas.

  63. kapakahi:


    SO....will you still be flying up to LA to go to the Home Depot Center @ Carson next week to cover Pro Day....so that you can give us the full measurement and test results....like you've been doing for past years?

  64. Couch potato:

    i think Stutzmann committed in the summer.

  65. cheepono:

    i remember lefotu committing early but don't think that stopped a bunch of bcs programs from still going after him. committing to a school early does not hinder other schools and coaches from still pursuing them. if a kid can play they'll garner the interest regardless of if they've committed or not.

  66. al:

    i think billy ray committed in his junior year.

    vaughn meatoga was also a very early commit out of kamehameha schools.

  67. Buffoman:

    The BIG prize would probably be if that Koehler (sp?) young man decided that he is a Warrior, like Mr. Wa`a, given the press he's gotten.

    With all the attention headed his way, I'd say it would probably be tough for our Coach to get him to stay at home. I'm a bit off base as I believe if he is as good as stated, he could go to "Midwest North Central State College" and still be a top draft choice. If he is as good, he does not need the exposure, the scouts will find him (like that very large young Polynesian man, not from the islands who went to Idaho and now starts for the 49ers). It's just whether he wants to go away or play for the 808 at that stage.

  68. cheepono:

    not sure if it was mentioned or not but colt brennan signed with the saskatchewan rough riders of the cfl. still rooting for him!

  69. al:

    re: billy ray. remember that he enrolled at the university one semester sooner than the rest of his graduating class.

  70. al:

    cheepono...i believe they had the rights to him and could have passed him up but decided to give it a try. lets hope this will be another "second chance" for colt.

  71. al:

    i believe that the blurb on mike andrade by paul honda was/is a courtesy call by the sports editor since it was paul's scoop.

    i am sure that stephen will follow up in a few days. andrade is a great get at this point. he has so much potential that we opened our 2012 book to sign him.

    we should hear about the san mateo kid in a week, before we close the book on 2012.

  72. Stephen Tsai:

    I did not know that. Wow. A lot of things happened the past couple of days.

  73. 808Bowler:

    Congrats to vaughn and waa. Chow keeps bringing them in. recruiting all year long. My condolences to the Lee family.

  74. cheepono:

    it's been a pretty quiet off season ST and you went on vacay the one weekend there was a ton of UH football related news. lol

    very well deserved though. appreciate all your hard work. i didn't realize how addicted to the blog i was until the 4 day hiatus. was starting to get the shakes and wearing down my F5 key.

  75. papajoe2:

    Condolences to the Lee family.

  76. papajoe2:

    So, what's going on with Mr. Moniz? I haven't heard anything about him. Is he going to the pro day event?

  77. wafan:

    Condolences to the Lee family.

  78. al:

    my heartfelt condolences to the lee ohana.

  79. Stephen Tsai:

    I left my laptop at home, and didn't check any messages. Then I came back last night, and saw a bunch of messages.
    And, yes, will be doing a one-day trip to pro day.

  80. al:

    good move on wena's part to leave the laptop at home.

  81. A-House:


    Sounds like you were on Hawaiian Flt leaving Vegas at 1:55 am, but was delayed for 11 hours!

    If so, hope you were well compensated! But, don't take the breakfast burrito!!!

  82. Stephen Tsai:

    Nope. Took United.
    We were delayed out of Las Vegas because there were too many carry-on bags on the right side of the vomit comet, so they had to move bags to the left. We landed while the connecting flight was boarding. But we made it on board. Plus, there were people older than me trying to make it, so they held the plane. That's the one thing about United: It likes to fly full.
    I heard the women's basketball team had some horror stories a week ago traveling on American. They had to stay overnight in L.A.

  83. al:

    someone said that the san mateo kid did not visit lsu this past week and he may trip this weekend.

  84. Couch potato:

    condolences to the Lee ohana.

  85. Kevin:

    Are there any "wonderful" travel stories anytime ANY UH team has to take the trip to 'parts unknown'?

  86. duffer:

    Eh al #2 must be disappointed Hewitt not coming back! :-(

  87. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Prayers and condolences for the Lee 'ohana.

  88. Kevin:

    Hewitt will be missed for more several reasons.

    That's ok..

    Still get Emily Hartong and Monica Stauber. :cool: :smile:

  89. Derek:

    Tough year so far. I, too, lost my dad last month at 93. 442nd veteran. Condolences to the Lee family.

  90. jm2375 (Infuse):

    Condolences to the Lee ohana.

    Best wishes to Brittany Hewitt in her future endeavors.

    Welcome to the Warrior ohana, Mr. Wa'a and Mr. Andrade.

    Speedy healing to Johann Timmer.

  91. Couch potato:

    i don't get it, why do people put the type of phone in their name?

  92. Kevin:


    That was the WORST swollen ankle I've ever seen.. EVER.

  93. Kevin (blue):

    Why do people put the color of their boxers next to their name?

  94. d1shima(Galaxy 'd):

    Y knot?

  95. mo808:

    Condolences to the Lee Ohana.

  96. mo808:

    Good news for Colt--still routing for you CB!

  97. rakish:

    Colt Brennan signs with the CFL Saskathewan Roughriders.

  98. A-joe:

    For the past 6 years ST has chronicled, literally, a daily quip about the people and the going ons that make up UH athletics.

    Now, I love what I do for a living and enjoy sharing my passion with others from time to time. But honestly gang, if I had to share it with all you clowns every single day I'd go fricken MENTO!!

    Mahalo ST, for not only sharing with us your passion but, at least pretending to be sane and civil when you do.

    Welcome back, my friend.

  99. jm2375 (Infuse):

    Cp - so we can make excuses when the autocorrect corrects incorrectly.

  100. oldtimer808:

    Welcome back Mr Tsai and yes there was a void for several days. You are missed. So glad that Mr. Andrade signed his LOI to UH. Great to hear about Mr. Waa from Kahuku...keep them coming. I love to see our local players staying home to represent the university and the State.

  101. al:

    duffer...yah, he is experiencing some withdrawal like symptoms.

  102. al:

    kevin...that's exactly what #2 said. and he said that jane ain't so bad either.
    so you know why he goes to wvb games.

  103. cheepono:

    are we no longer recruiting fanaika?

    according to mike andrade's coach at konawaena:

    Walters said Hawaii also considered offering the scholarship to an offensive lineman on the mainland but gave it to Andrade instead.


  104. Couch potato (hacker):

    alrighty then!

  105. cheepono:

    i hope what that means is they were gonna offer it to *another* o-lineman on the mainland and fanaika's offer is still on the table.

  106. al(Motorola DynaTAC 8000X):

    okay i'll join in...here's my cell phone.


  107. Couch potato (4Glte):

    hoping that there is another available schollie should Fanaika realize that Hawaii no ka oi.

  108. LizKauai:


    GO COLT!

  109. LizKauai:

    Heavenly consolation to the Lee Ohana.

  110. LizKauai:

    Go Shane, Go Royce, Go Vaughn!

    THanks for the prayers for my #1son... he is home again after surgery on his ruptured achilles tendon.

  111. J:

    A few paragraphs follow the quote below. It's on page 2 of Peter King's MMQB column.

    "We lost two coaches from our offensive staff and the prospect of going forward, the responsibility that I have, while I am very interested in his career, I think he will be an outstanding coach for the New York Giants going forward, but we have to put our hands around our situation first.''

    -- Giants coach Tom Coughlin, on the club denying permission to Kevin Gilbride Jr., an offensive assistant, to interview with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to be their quarterback coach.


  112. Couch potato (no apple):

    good luck to Colt.

  113. Pupule Portagee:

    Colt Brennan signs with CFL team

    By Star-Advertiser staff
    POSTED: 11:41 a.m. HST, Feb 28, 2012

    Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan has signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League, the team announced today.

    After a steller career at UH, where he led the Warriors to the Sugar Bowl after the 2007 season, Brennan was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL draft. He started strong, leading NFL rookies in touchdown passes in the preseason, completing 36 of 53 passes for 411 yards and three touchdowns.

    But he was placed on injured reserve because of hamstring and hip injuries. He was released by the Redskins in 2010 and picked up by the Oakland Raiders, who also cut him.

    At UH, Brennan was a Heisman Trophy finalist in 2007. He broke numerous records, including the NCAA Division I record for most touchdown passes in a single season with 58 and an NCAA record for highest pass completion percentage (70.4 percent).

  114. Old Diver:

    At UH graduation it looked like Vaughn was the only athlete sitting with what I believe was the marine biology graduates. I had two thoughts, he's one smart guy and there aren't many potential football recruits in the marine biology program.

  115. papajoe2 (home pc):

    Just acting mento.

  116. d1shima:

    Condolences to the Lee Ohana

  117. papajoe2:

    Yes, welcome back ST. Too much void for me without the blog. I cleaned the yard, cut the grass, trim the hedges. Wel,l at least I was thinking about it.

  118. d1shima(li-berry 'putah):

    Eh! It's free!

  119. d1shima:


    You shoulda done all dat at your house! :lol:

  120. ai-eee-soos:

    Colt is still "news" in Wash DC. from the Washington Post:


  121. Bigislandkurt:

    Andrade is a beast. Gonna be interesting to see how he measures up to the big boys of college football. Quite different from D2 BIIF. Norm Chow sees something he likes.


  122. 3-Prong:

    Good to have the blog back ST. Small Kine Withdrawals The last few days. Hehe.
    Looks like the UFL wasn't Colt's last shot. I Still BELIEVE!

  123. Pomai:

    #120 papajoe2 - Eh we no you stay acting..........

  124. Couch potato (no apple):

    we need a blog wonderlic test.

  125. Bryson:

    Al or ST,

    Any truth to the rumblings that Andrade might have taken a certain Poly Olineman's schollie? Or is that player still on the fence and the offer still his to take?

  126. MattyBoy:

    Condolences to the Lee Ohana.

  127. whitey:

    Deepest sympathies to the Lee family.

  128. Da Punchbowl Kid (Trac Phone):

    Great news for Colt!

    Ms. Liz -
    When you mentioned your number one son, at first I thought you were referring to Colt! :lol: I was bummed thinking he was hurt again!

    Healing prayers for your son!

    GO COLT!!!

  129. Garret:

    Congratulations to Colt! I hope that he does well in their camp and gets a shot to play.

  130. wafan:

    Well then.

  131. Garret:

    The Mike Andrade commit to UH even made it to the Hawaii Civil Beat.

    It was the University of Hawaii football team’s last 2012 full-ride scholarship, according to Cliff Walters. New Warriors coach Norm Chow used it for one of Walters’ players, and the Konawaena football coach said Hawaii won’t regret its decision.


  132. wafan:

    Congratulations to the new Warrior!

    Others on the fence better make a move soon or their indecision will continue to stick them in the butt.

  133. Garret:

    Looks like one of the first things that Karl Benson will be doing at the Sun Belt is changing its name...one of the suggestions I saw was the Sun Beast Conference? He's also going to try to expand their conference and the tug-of-war with the WAC could be interesting...and affect UH in a variety of ways down the line.

    Those within the Sun Belt know about the strides made over the last few years, particularly in football. But take a poll around college athletics, and Joe Fan is rarely aware of such progress. It’s perhaps a testament to the Sun Belt that its success has accelerated at a higher rate than its brand, although some would say the two are always linked.

    Upon the recent announcement of Karl Benson as the Sun Belt’s new commissioner, the incoming boss said he would try to snag southeastern schools to come to the Sun Belt. That includes Louisiana Tech, perhaps a couple FCS schools and certainly current CUSA members.


  134. whitey:

    Welcome to da warriors Mike Andrade.

  135. wafan:

    Almost like the spam was waiting to strike back. Definitely back with a vengence. Or is this just normal any more? Dang!

  136. Couch potato (802.11N draft):

    looking forward to spring and fall camps, then bring on the trojans.

  137. Couch potato (smoke signal):

    will soon find out if the nike blog salesmen are still lurking.

  138. Couch potato (walkie talkie):

    what is up with these people taking advantage of our elderly? damn! this latest swindler should have a good ass-whooping. okay, okay, innocent until proven guilty, but still yet.

    just read it in the online SA.

  139. Kevin:

    Some LEGIT "SPAM":

    Tomorrow on the Manoa Underground Radio Show on ESPN 1420am @7pm. Warriors special teams coach Chris Demarest and junior co-ace for the #22 Rainbow Wahine Kaia Parnaby.

  140. madeinhawaii:

    That's good news regarding Colt!... Hope he gets to shine.

  141. 808Bowler:

    Glad to hear Colt getting a shot un the cfl.

  142. King Katonk:

    Go get 'em Colt....

    He'll look good in that green Riders jersey.

  143. Garret:

    Note that Colt's team signed 2 QBs today, here is the other QB that Colt will need to beat out...and then he may have to beat out one of the returning QBs who played for the team last year. Colt won't just be given the job...but the competition will be good for him and I hope that he is able to show them what he can do.

    Willy, who is 6-foot-3 and 215 pounds, is the leading passer in the history of the University of Buffalo's football program. A starter all four years, he established school records for completions (849), attempts (1,322), passing yards (8,748), touchdowns (52), total offence (8,639) and completion percentage (64.2).

    Willy signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Ravens in 2009 after being undrafted. He was released by the Ravens in August of that year, only to resurface with the Indianapolis Colts the following December. He was on the Colts' active roster for one late-season game in 2009. The Colts cut him in July of 2010.

    Willy spent the 2010 season with the United Football League's Las Vegas Locomotives. In 2011, Willy had stints with the New York Jets and San Diego Chargers.


  144. tom mui:

    Get 'em COLT!!!

  145. Ipu Man (Aloha Stadium Payphone):

    Go Colt!
    Go Mighty Mo!

  146. RedZone:

    Go Colt!!!!!

  147. bleedgreen:

    Where is Mo? Glad Norm Chow picked up Mike Andrade. Good players in neighbor islands that want to play for the Warriors.

  148. duffer:


    Any Tsaikos making the trip to see the WVB team play Nebraska on Maui?

  149. tom mui:

    Unfortunately, we still have people that don't know what ohana means.

    But again, maybe he comes from a disfunctional family background or perhaps he is disfunctional and his family is normal.

  150. slenzi:

    Congrats Colt! Geevum up in Canada, eh!

  151. slenzi:

    # 168 mahalo808
    Canned hater stuff. Oh wait, you forgot to tell us about June Jones arrogance too. Talk about yesterday's news. Not saying anyone has to pull for Colt to be successful, just sayin its a really small person who has to spread hate like that . . . bless your little heart.

  152. Wassup:

    Ignore the haters.

  153. madeinhawaii:


    Not everyone can succeed like you... how many years did you play in the NFL?

  154. PONO:

    Let's ignore smiley. Obviously all his lights are not on upstairs.

  155. Curt:

    Welcome back, ST. Good to see the whole gang back. Go Warriors!

  156. Curt:

    Our condolences to the Lee ohana.

  157. jkjones:

    Didnt know much about Mike Andrade until I watched his tapes. Wow! Not only is he quick as greased lightening, but this rodeo star mows over QBs like he is dismountng and throwing down a calf.
    Very little in wasted moves, every extension of his limbs are working quickly, efficiently.
    His hands are quick, sure and powerful.

    My first impression was the competition against him is weak, but as you watch him, you can see a no nonsense, deadly force, wanting to put a hurt on his opponent.
    Can hardly wait until he faces quality in the trenches with his teammates to define the level of his assests.

    Mike Andrade is worthy of placing a tag to track his development and progress as a warrior. JMO. Andrade is a steal. great catch by our coaches!

  158. madeinhawaii:

    How was the walk-on try outs today? Did Maxi Miyashita try out?

  159. Curt:

    Colt, we're pulling for you buddy. Work hard and light it up like we know you can.

  160. Kevin:


    February 28th, 2012 at 6:17 pm
    Let's ignore smiley. Obviously all his lights are not on upstairs.

    That's what happens when you bet and lose a ton of money on the Sugar Bowl and HECO has to turn off your power.

  161. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, everyone! Welcome back, ST and gang!

    All kinds of news.

    Prayers and condolences to the Lee 'ohana.

    Good luck and best wishes to all those Warriors looking to progress to the next step!

    Looking forward to hearing positive stuff from Colt! Go get 'em, Colt!

  162. mo808 (wireless coconut):

    Nothing in life is a given...here's hoping Colt earns a starting spot with the Rough Riders! Geev'um Colt! We still believe in you!

  163. jm2375:


  164. ai-eee-soos:

    UH offers a CB and a Safety - both are 6'2''.

    Thanks to Sportsbow:


  165. Steve:

    Now that Chow has Mike Andrade signed, would like him to drop about 10-15 lbs., with his speed and tenacity would make an excellent middle linebacker.

  166. Ipu Man (Aloha Stadium Payphone):

    Welcome Mr. Andrade to UH. At 6', 260 pounds, I think coach would
    like to see him add muscle and weight to CRUSH his opponents, not
    get skinny and run over by a big back or blocking pulling guard...

    btw, he should, after he graduates from UH and retires from the NFL,
    come back to Hawaii and open up a little department store in Waikiki...

  167. Ipu Man (Aloha Stadium Payphone):


  168. al(Motorola DynaTAC 8000X):

    not too much extra fat on this kid mike andrade.
    mean the tenacity.

    good to have another portuguese brother in the lineup. he's got that same heat seeking missile style as did blaze soares. love it.

    my good buddy in kaimuki is all smiles today.

  169. al:

    oops. forgot to remove my cell phone.

    ipu man...kona bruddah is 6'2".

  170. Ipu Man:

    Good news al. Guess this link is old and the "boy" grew...
    Maybe in two years he will grow sum mo...

  171. jkjones:

    Sure would like to see Andrade's skill-sets at DE. The first line of defense. His speed n quickness is exotic for a D-lineman and will raise havoc.

  172. Ipu Man:

    btw, Stephen, welcome back...Tsigh...missed you.

  173. Gary:

    I cannot believe all the sick, disgusting comments directed at Colt Brennan. What did he do that was so wrong? He directed UH to a marveous season and took the team to the top ten in the nation and the Sugar Bowl. He helped put UH football on the radar for recruiting. He gave up at shot at the NFL after his junior year to return to the Warriors and lead them to an unbelievable season with come-from-behind wins that would have done credit to John Elway! Now you attack the guy? Shame on all of you who have such short memories.

    Go Colt! Best of luck in Canana. You are a class act!

  174. Ipu Man:

    And, oh by the way,
    Go Chad Owens!

  175. SteveM:

    Great news on Colt!

    GO COLT!!!

  176. redwarrior:

    Represent CB. I believe that Norm Chow also played for the Rough Riders and that's where Cayman Shutter is from.

  177. papajoe2:

    Plenty lumpia family on the blog. Wea dey came from?

  178. Slugger:

    Good to hear that Colt will play some football in Saskatchewan...Roughriders, eh! Go, Colt! You showem!

    Sincere condolences to the Lee 'ohana. What a great football family the senior Mr. Lee raised.

  179. Slugger:


    Saw Brandon today at Zippy's Vineyard. BG & I thought he looked familiar...

    So relaxing to watch Na Wahine playing UM-Kansas City on OC12.

  180. kev-1:

    Since some feel it is okay to insult and bash a person who they don't even know, we should get the opportunity to do the same.

    For those that feel the need to call Colt Brennan an embarrassment or a let down or overrated or whatever you all like to say . . . get a life. I guarantee you that he has more of a life than you do. He is living at least part of his dream, while losers like you live yours through people like him.

    I'll throw myself in there too. We like to see athletes like Colt succeed because it makes us feel good. It makes us proud. There is one difference between people like me and those who like to slam Colt Brennan . . . if he doesn't succeed or suffers a hardship, people like me feel for him and hope for the best. On the other hand, there are others that are at such low depths in their own lives that his struggles only make them focus more on their own dissatisfaction with life. They start to feel worse about themselves and how much their life sucks, so they look for the nearest football blog to insult the man who has taken away their little imaginary life that they thought they had. They start to look in the mirror and realize that they don't like what they see . . . insulting Colt might make them feel better.

    Sick of the f____ing a-holes who have negative crap to say about a man who has never done anything but good here, especially for football fans. Get a grip on your own life and leave his alone.

  181. kev-1:

    With that said, good luck Colt. Get that arm cranked up and hit the gym. Go out there and win that job. Have fun playing the game that you love. Guess I am CFL fan now.

    How can watch????

  182. kev-1:

    Unrelated note . . . If anyone here watches NASCAR (I may be the only local person in Hawaii who is addicted to it), how bout that race last night?

    Daggum!!!! Junior almost got his first win in a loooooong time if it wasn't Blocking Biffle. Heck of a race . . . hope there are some that got the chance to enjoy it (after all the delays anyway, but still).

    Okay, sorry . . . I know . . . NASCAR? Really Kev-1? Yes, really. Love it!

  183. Wassup:

    Trolls eat attention. Don't feed the trolls.

  184. kev-1:

    yes, I know . . . sorry

  185. kev-1:

    Also, deepest condolences to the Lee family.

  186. d1shima:

    Spring football.

    Why is there Spring football?


  187. d1shima:

    Random thoughts for those who need to occupy their minds


  188. d1shima:

    ...and if for those who just want to sit and soak


    ...in two languages


  189. al:

    d1...had me going for awhile. the first one of the chinese flix was sung in japanese. i kept listening closer, like huh?

  190. al:

    i saw movie...one of them is a japanese actor.

  191. al:

    is "alan" the name of the singer?

  192. Stephen Tsai:

    No doubt everything will work out but so far Andrade's LOI has yet to be approved. That should happen Wednesday.

  193. Stephen Tsai:

    San Mateo guy visits LSU this weekend.

  194. d1shima:

    Two Japanese actors.

    The "big boom" guy is the other one.

  195. d1shima:

    Looks like nice weather in Baton Rouge this weekend

  196. d1shima:

    Alan (A-lan) Dawa Dolma. Tibetan singer/Ehru player. Sings in Tibetan, Chinese and Japanese. Most notable for her "Tibetan wail" (not wall)


  197. ai-eee-soos:

    Wahine Softbows moved up to 22nd in the USA Today poll.

    ..... per Kanoa Leahy.

  198. al:

    d1...i am listening to this youtube mix.

    don't know what she is saying...but, hooked.


  199. al:

    believe it was kevin who asked if you could move up the polls even though you played no games that week.

    i guess he'll have his answer.

  200. al:

    san mateo guy still has "h" logo on his social media page.

    lsu wants him to redshirt. even though their logic in recruiting him is that they are thin at the guard position. lsu rarely goes after jc guys.

    no polys on the lsu roster.
    fans don't know what his ethnicity is. some are referring to him as samoan and hawaiian.

    definitely no poly foods in lousiana.
    interesting recruit for them and for he.

  201. jm2375:

    ST's zapper strikes again! Not just the spam but also the trolls! WTG ST!! :D

  202. al:

    all right...200.

  203. BigHiloFan2:

    Howzit Tsaikos everywhere.

    Sincere condolences to the Lee ohana. prayers and blessings to you!

  204. BigHiloFan2:

    Welcome John Wa'a

    Welcome Mike Andrade.

    thank you for choosing to play for us.

    Go Warriors!

  205. BigHiloFan2:

    Colt Brennan

    best of luck in your journey to da cold country. geev em!

  206. wafan:

    Great Hump Day, all!

  207. wafan:

    Trolls must have been lonesome sans an outlet for their venom.

  208. wafan:

    Hoping Colt is given the chance to run free in the Canadian plains.

    Go, Colt!

  209. LizKauai (iPad):

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

  210. LizKauai (iPad):

    Glad I missed all the trolling... Thanks, ST.

    Congrats to the scholar-SoftBows. love the diversity on the team! Hope Coach Coolen has his eye on Saui's sister. It would be nice to have another brother-sister Warrior/Wahine combo from Kauai!

  211. kapakahi:


    Hopefully you attended the Tuesday afternoon walk-on tryouts and will report on prospective candidates in this morning's blog.

    My guess that any OL walk-on prospect showing any size and/or potential will have a good opportunity to make the Spring Roster....since only about 10 Olinemen (excluding Dew and Shigematsu who are still rehabbing) were otherwise slated to be available for Spring Ball.

    According to BigWave, former Class of 2011 Saint Louis OL Maxi Miyashita (6-3, 305)....also Saint Louis 2010-2011 Student Body President....was supposed to among the OL walk-on candidates trying out yesterday afternoon.

  212. A-House:

    Belated condolences to the entire Lee ohana - our deepest sympathy to you!

  213. A-House:


    no worries - Aunty Mrs A-House got your back and she is ready to take anybody in back and beat the crap out of them!!

    eh, you neva know how much power you got!

  214. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Leaping right into the day...

  215. krump1_AKA_protector:

    Condolences to the Lee family.

    Great news about Colt's new job and Vaughn's great showing! Good luck to the both of them in their endeavors.

    Mahalo to Mr. Wa'a for committing to UH early and look forward to seeing him in action.

  216. whitey:

    d1 you up early, good morning.

  217. whitey:

    On this special day, a very good morning to all the Tsaikos. Prolongs my aging by one day. Supa!!!!

  218. d1shima:

    Howzit whitey! :-)

  219. whitey:

    anything new????

  220. Slugger:

    Morning, guys! Morning, Mrs. A-House; hope Mr. A-House made you breakfast.

    Have a good Leap Day!

  221. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Andrade looks like the real deal. Good get!

  222. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    GO COLT!

  223. BigHiloFan2:

    Good morning Tsaikos everywhere.

    Howzit whitey, DPKm A;-House, slugger, LizK, mo808, wafan.

    you guys SUPA!!!



  224. BigHiloFan2:

    da Andrade and da Cabrals,

    great big guys fo sure!

  225. BigHiloFan2:

    have a great hump day gang.

    adios fo now.

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