Acronymity: JC DC to UH GA

March 30th, 2012
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Jared Vanderbeek, the defensive coordinator at American River College, will be joining the Warriors as a graduate assistant for defense.

He officially starts this summer.

Vanderbeek was a stand0ut defensive back at Granite Bay High who then attended California for two years. He then transferred to American River for a year before finishing his college-playing career at Sacramento State. He played professionally in Europe.

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It wasn't an easy day for Jim Donovan yesterday. En route to the mainland, a passenger had a medical emergency. The plane made a U-turn, then headed back to Hawaii. After dropping off the ill passenger, the plane went back to the mainland, turning a usual 5-hour trip into a 9-hour one. Somewhere along the way Donovan learned of the quarterback's DUI arrest.

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Wishing the wife a speedy recovery from her knee injury.

249 Responses to “Acronymity: JC DC to UH GA”

  1. Nobunaga:

    first??


  2. papajoe2:

    2can


  3. ai-eee-soos:

    mornin


  4. LizKauai (iPhone):

    Happy Aloha Friday

    Go Wahine!
    Go Warriors!


  5. Warrior Dave:

    Top 10. Good morning!


  6. Warrior Dave:

    Liz,

    Hope you enjoyed your birthday :)


  7. ai-eee-soos:

    brought this over from ARC ...

    Jared Vanderbeek-Defensive Coordinator & Defensive Backs
    This will be my 1st year coaching at ARC and my 3rd year coaching after playing for the previous 10 years. I was a safety at Granite Bay High School where we won the SFL both of my varsity years and I earned All League honors both years and All City honors my senior year. After high school, I went to Cal for two years (red-shirt for 1) and then transfered back home for one season and played for ARC. While playing here I received the team Defensive MVP and All Conference and state honors. From ARC I transferred to Sac State where I finished my playing career and graduated with a BS degree in Communications. Once done playing I went back to Granite Bay High School and coached the varsity defensive backs last year. Following our season I went overseas to Europe to coach professional football in Vienna, Austria. This upcoming year I will be coaching the Safeties here at ARC. My parents are Scott and Camie Vanderbeek, and my brother Corey is currently playing at Sac St. I enjoy playing golf and hanging out with friends. Go Beavers!


  8. ai-eee-soos:

    Go WARRIORS !!!


  9. Stephen Tsai:

    It's cool how the ARC coaches write their own bios, sorta like the self-introductions on the first day of school.


  10. Stephen Tsai:

    Same spelling, different spacing, as the last name of the guy from Dawson's Creek.


  11. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Welcome, Jared.


  12. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Aloha Coach Jared Vanderbeek! Coach 'em up!


  13. d1shima:

    ...uhhh dats

    ACJV! CeU!


  14. Stephen Tsai:

    d1
    lol


  15. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Mornin' Mr. Tsai.

    Catchy blog title.


  16. Haleakala:

    ST: I wish your wife a speedy recovery. In the meantime, you will have to do all the chores, cooking, errands etc. I wish you well also.


  17. lolojoe:

    Today get the UH Wahine soffboll on da tv at 4, but stay delayed. Da real game stay live at 12. I going turn off my sound on top of dis blog so I no can hea da skor.


  18. papajoe2:

    Michele Wie, is on the negative side of the cut line at 3 over par on the 11th hole. Still a lot of golf for her to play and half of the field didn't tee off yet. Go Wie! Go Softbows!


  19. papajoe2:

    Go Basebows!


  20. papajoe2:

    Go Volleybows!


  21. Kekoa:

    D-1 ~
    Carefull, your brevity' code @#13 will capture the attention of military intell officers like Col. A-house. He may have you check your guns in at the next T-gate.


  22. papajoe2:

    Go ST's wife!


  23. Pauoa Boy:

    So I guess the QB position is David Graves to lose. No competition from Shutter anymore for sure. Yeah ainokea what anybody says cause even though it may be suspicion of a D.U.I. c'mon what the hell was he doing out so late anyway. Easy for put the picture together of what goes on at that time. Bruddah went clubbing got drunk, driving around and boom po-po is in his rear-view mirror. As a quarterback one of your main attributes on the field is decision making. If you knew you was QB2, you would think you would be busting okole to possibly ascend to QB1, which meant studying playbook and practicing your skills rather than going out 3-4 in the morning getting drunk. Honestly he made a mistake and nobody perfect, but for me I seen far too many times that same mistake ruin careers, ruin families, and unfortunately take lives. I bet if he just so happened to kill someone in your family, it would hit home and your views would change about this situation. Thank goodness bruddah never kill himself or someone else but at the same time just putting himself in that predicament is shameful to everyone not just him. I dunno what Coach Chow going do but all I know is he ain't seeing the field anytime soon. Live and learn...


  24. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Wishing a speedy recovery for Mrs. ST!
    Hope it's not her driving knee.


  25. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Healing
    For
    Wena

    So she can chase da kamali'i around da preschool!


  26. Pauoa Boy:

    Granite Bay is a pretty upscale community in Sacramento area and the football team is pretty good. American River College got a pretty good football team to. Nice that Coach Vanderbeek got a defensive background especially in the secondary, cause I really would love to see our secondary become a strong point for our defense this year. I mean we got some ballers back there...my man JHT, Edwards, shute Fields coming in too, etc... Speaking of defense, I remember when I asked Coach Miano a question about what is his prototypical size player in the secondary was since we always getting the shorter guys. He mentioned that he would love to have the 6ft. and above types but they were hard to come by and that the shorter types were just as good or even better... Funny though how when I look at Coach Chow's recruiting list I see almost every secondary position being recruited where the player is 6ft. or above??? Hmm...how you figure?


  27. koakane:

    aloha friday to all

    well wishes to wena

    play nice


  28. el burro sabio:

    Coach might want to know if anyone else was in the vehicle.


  29. Stephen Tsai:

    Remember Chris Shinnick?
    Vanderbeek looks like Shinnick


  30. tom mui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Wena - take it easy - heal quickly!


  31. NotNasti:

    Shutter has 2 prior speeding cases. No look good.


  32. al:

    wena...bum knee shucks. bummers.


  33. al:

    perhaps the football team's council will have its first situation?


  34. al:

    i hope that cayman shutter gets a chance to redeem himself.


  35. Kekoa:

    Happy Aloha Friday!
    Welcome coach 'Vandy!'

    Hi Liz! (heard your birthday party was *Light's Out!*)

    Go Warriors!


  36. gmahoney:

    Go Wahine!


  37. papajoe2:

    I read John Leicester's Press Box column in the SA this morning about women that may participate in the Olympics, from countries that never allowed women to play sports before. Over 15 years ago, some world class soccer coaches from Brazil, would be staying at a good friends house for over a week. My friend asked me if I wanted to come over and hang out with them. I went there everyday and even got to play in some small sided soccer games with them, even though I never played soccer in my life. At that time, the US women's soccer team was the dominate team in the world with Mia Hamm, et el. The coaches told us that although the US team was very good, there was a lot of countries in the world that didn't allow women to play sports at all. Their place was in the home and not on a sports field. I didn't know that at that time, but it opened my eyes to what was going on in the world. The lead coach was the head coach for Qatar's men's national team. I didn't even know there was a country called Qatar. With them not able to speak English, I thought he was saying guitar which didn't make sense to me. They did have a interpeter that spoke English and Portuguese and translated. I was so embarassed and they had a good laugh. It's good to know Qatar and Brunei (huh? where dat?) will be allowing their women to compete in the Olympics for the first time and Saudi Arabia is seeking NOT to be the only country in the world that allows only men to compete in the Olympics and not women. Sort of like title IX, but they have an even longer way to go. Oh, by the way, those coaches that came here, are now spread throughout the world, coaching different countries' national teams. One coach, last I heard, is the head coach for the Brazilian national women's team, that has been beating the US's current team or giving them a hard time. I'm not sure, but I think another is the head coach of the Japan women's World Cup Champion team that also beat the US in the finals.


  38. Curt:

    Through ESPN1420/Artie Wilson this morning, I asked Coach June Jones about his thoughts on Colt going to the CFL. The most interesting point that JJ made was that he thought Colt should do well in that league but, that he wasn't sure about his medical condition. He said the concussion really impacted him. That's how I interpreted his response. Give it your best, Colt!


  39. Steve:

    If Cayman Shutter is allowed to remain on the team, he will not see any playing time unless something happens to Graves, Alo, Woolsey, and Higgins. If M.A.D.D. has anything to say about it, he will not be allowed back on the team.


  40. Steve:

    To add, by allowing him back on the team, it would be sending out the wrong kind of message to the young people.


  41. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos! Happy Aloha Friday!

    Welcome, Coach Vanderbeek!

    Get well soon, Wena. Da little ones must miss you.

    GO WAHINE!
    GO BOWS!
    GO WARRIORS!!
    Senior Night is tomorrow night. Come on down to the SSC. No other college says Aloha to their senior athletes like UH.


  42. Couch potato:

    laura? :lol:


  43. d1shima:

    Hmmm...

    He will be the number one target next season in the high flying offense of Hawaii

    bleacherreport does know that there was a little change here, right?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1121636-the-most-important-player-on-every-college-football-team/page/36


  44. d1shima:

    Another Pun alum and former teammate of Miah's

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1121636-the-most-important-player-on-every-college-football-team/page/75


  45. papajoe2:

    d1 and we all live in grass shacks on the beaches in beautiful Hawya.


  46. wait a minute:

    Allowing mentally disturbed individuals to post on blogs and attend softball games also send the wrong message to all people.


  47. gmahoney:

    Why would MADD have anything to do with Shutter remaining on the team? Did I miss something or is the pot being stirred?


  48. jm2375:

    Flush x2


  49. d1shima:

    btw, Mahalo to PIAA Doris for those links


  50. gmahoney:

    Thanks, jm! Hope to go to VB for senior nite!


  51. d1shima:

    ppj2,

    Was jus wundrin if the writers at bleacherreport weren't getting a little lazy and following the recent history of the Warriors with Bess, Grice-Mullins and Salas by just plugging in Ostrowski as the "next batter up".

    Seems like the slot position won't be going away totally but it will have a much different emPHAsis in this offense.


  52. Steve:

    Just saying, Coach Chow being a smart man, would consult with that group, and take what they have to say under advisement, before making his decision. With the number of people hurt or killed due to a drunk driver, just this year alone. I cannot see anyone condoning such a thing. BUT then again, (some) feel, only a slap on the wrist is warranted. What a message that would send to the young people. He needs to be kicked off the team. Just lucky he did not hurt or kill someone. Next time, maybe not as lucky.


  53. jm2375:

    Flush


  54. (Jesse) James:

    Good morning Tsaikos...

    Heal up quickly Mrs. Tsai.... :-)


  55. tom mui:

    #40,41, 54 STEVE

    And after we kick him off the team, burn him at stake?


  56. Steve:

    jm2375 - would you feel that way, if he had hurt or killed one of your kids. I do not think so.


  57. Couch potato:

    oh yes, a judge being a smart man or woman, will always consult MADD when they have a DUI case on their docket. :roll:

    and no one said he only deserves a slap on the wrist. non-tsaikos included.


  58. Steve:

    tom mui, no, just off the team. What if he had hurt or killed one of your kids. Guess, you would still want him on the team. Maybe, even leading the team, as their QB.


  59. Couch potato:

    no use get into hypothetical situations. he got arrested for suspicion of DUI. no one was injured or killed. no need get into what ifs.


  60. Steve:

    Coach Potato, anything less then being kicked off the team, is a slap on the wrist.


  61. Couch potato:

    look at all the past Warriors that had prior arrests records. Some turned out to be pretty damn good citizens.


  62. cakenoodle:

    Steve, do you believe in 2nd chances? Have you had any 2nd chances? What Shutter did was stupid and shows lack of leadership. But he is still young. I did lots of stupid things when I was young, worse than Shutter. I'm glad God gives 2nd and 3rd chances. If Shutter genuinely realizes what he did was wrong and could have killed someone and has a change of heart and changes his ways, why not give him a 2nd chance. Hawaii is known for giving 2nd chances with great, positive results...Colt Brennan, Davone Bess, Anthony Carter, etc.


  63. Couch potato:

    i'll call you kenji, you seem like a kenji to me. you do have your opinions and if you want him off the team then that's your prerogative.

    as for me, my opinions don't matter on what coach should or should not do. what matters is Coach Chow will make his decision and as fans and supporters, it is something we will just have to accept.

    all pau now.


  64. ruffles:

    every case needs to be judged on a case by case basis, anyone with a little common sense
    knows that you cannot bunch everyone in one lump. I know that everyone has made decisions in their lives they wish they could take back and hope that they are given a second chance. We all make mistakes, now if it was a repeat event then that is certainly a different matter. And IF is a really different thing also, no one in FACT was hurt, thank
    goodness. Please put some thought into the matter before you rush to judgement when blogging.


  65. A-joe:

    Right now, there's nothing anyone can say that Shutter hasn't either already heard or considered. He knows he has a tough tough road ahead of him.

    What he truly needs right now is some major support. No sense in making him go any lower than he already is. Let's all pick up Shutter and move on.


  66. wait a minute:

    What if your kid played softball and somebody was always tearing them down on a blog?

    What if your kid played football and was arrested for suspicion of DUI and somebody on a blog was acting like he killed or was going to kill somebody?

    What if you were a UH sports fan on a fun, family friendly blog and someone kept inferring that we don't mind having a killer on our favorite team, even if no such thing has happened or is likely to happen?


  67. Couch potato:

    hey! almost game time!

    GO WAHINE!


  68. d1shima:

    Let's all pick up Shutter and move on.

    A-joe,

    You mean, "Shutter up!"? ;-)


  69. kitsunegari:

    What if your 19 or 20 year old daughter was two thousand miles away playing softball and some guy in his late 50s starts yelling offensive and personal comments towards them at home games when he is supposed to be a fan. Then admin temporarily bans him only to return again? Someone must believe in second chances.


  70. RedZone:

    Talk about injuries. USC having hammy problems. Any Warrior injuries to date?


  71. Old School Dave:

    Injuries, suspensions, players getting dismissed, players transferring/quitting are all part of the game. I'm sure Coach will take appropriate action regarding Cayman Shutter. If anything, it's a distraction that takes time and energy from preparing for the upcoming season. The other quarterbacks will move up the depth chart and will need to step up.


  72. cocobean:

    Coach Chow is a smart guy. What ever decision he makes will be well thought out.

    He knows whatever punishment is meted out is going to set a precedent for future infractions.

    Dismissing Shutter from the team is going to have ramifications in terms of recruiting and transfers. If he is dismissed will that mean Chow will not recruit anyone with a DUI or accept transfers with a DUI?


  73. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    You right, Hawaiian! Braddah needs our support.

    Beyond that there's our state's legal system, UH, Coach Chow's, and his Warrior team mates' roles in all of this. I trust them to do what is right.

    And, I trust that if Cayman has made a mistake, he'll do better next time.

    GO WARRIORS!!!


  74. A-joe:

    69: it did cross my mind. =)


  75. Pomai:

    "he got arrested for suspicion of DUI. Guilty until proven innocent.


  76. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Gee, when I was trying to log on, the 'Tiser kept saying I was banned for "Spam abuse".

    Harsh.

    It was only one can of Spam and that was longgggggg time ago! :lol:


  77. Kevin:

    69: it did cross my mind. =)

    (that's what she said)


  78. A-joe:

    77. Gunnfunnit! No tell me now da 'Tiser stay, "Local Braddah" Profiling!

    78. Ah! She think too much.


  79. A-joe:

    77. I wunda if az why I no see Koakane around hea. Gunnfunnit!


  80. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    #80

    Him da one! Not me! :lol:


  81. d1shima:

    Helpful healing thoughts for Mrs. Blog Host.


  82. wait a minute:

    #46 is me
    #66, don't impersonate me, you're capable of coming up with your own name


  83. Stephen Tsai:

    I think the funnier "wait a minute" gets to keep the name.


  84. HiFlyer:

    I vote for #46


  85. A-House:

    I do not know if Cayman is listed on his parent auto insurance policy and if the 2 other "speeding" violations were in the past 3 years. Ihope not.

    If the speeding and DUI holds and the prior speeding violaitons were in the past 3-years, the renewal premium will be unbelievable high; very, very high! Lucky to get away with $3000 for six months.


  86. Steve:

    Wow, Stephen, I wonder if you would think it was funny, if one of your family members was in the hospital due to a drunk driver. I can just picture you laughing seeing them in the hospital.


  87. Stephen Tsai:

    Steve:
    Re-read the thread.
    The funnier person wasn't in reference to the DUI.
    It was the reference to the use of the blog name.


  88. Couch potato:

    kenji, kenji, kenji. never learns, never understands, never changes. same-o same-o.


  89. Stephen Tsai:

    Double-checked the records.
    There was no previous DUI.


  90. Couch potato:

    A-House, the 2 priors you mentioned did occur within the last 3 years.


  91. Couch potato:

    hey, i got a second chance! i was #90 twice!


  92. Stephen Tsai:

    Do I think a DUI arrest is serious? Absolutely.
    Do I think that "Steve" should be given so many chances after reports and complaints of abuse to softball players, their families and so many other people? No I do not. And if we had a vote, I'm sure he'd be ousted for good. But I figure anybody who so desperately wants to be here, well, I'm always willing to give the benefit of the doubt.


  93. DaveLetterMan:

    Good day Tsaikos!
    Best wishes Mrs. ST.
    I believe in second chances and Shutter will serve his "punishment" for his wrong doing be it a suspension or whatever. If he is allowed back on the team we as fans should welcome him with open arms cuz he will have paid his dues for it. Let the punishment come from the legal system and Coach Chow. Nuff said back to lurking (maybe for good the way this blog is heading).

    Go Wahine!
    Go Bows!


  94. lurker Ron:

    Mr. Tsai, Please don't ban Steve from your blog, he would just have more time to disrupt Cindy's blog and we are sick of him!


  95. papajoe2:

    Sorry ST and bloggers. ST, can you delete my #95 ?


  96. Wassup:

    ST - regarding # 92. You are a much better (and kinder) man than I am. The big boot would have been applied a long time ago if it were up to me.


  97. madeinhawaii:

    Lunch time... anybody ever tried the gourmet dishes at Aiea Bowl, recently? Do they take reservations?


  98. Steve:

    Does anyone want to know what is going on with the Wahine Softball Game?


  99. papajoe2:

    Thanks ST. I made a mistake and shouldn't have stooped so low.


  100. papajoe2:

    Mega Millions at $640 million. The odds of winning is zero if you don't play.


  101. Garret:

    I've talked about how I wish Hawaii had a lottery system and how other states make a lot of money for their schools (including colleges that UH plays in sports) from the lottery. 42 states, DC, and the U.S. Virgin Islands all participate in the Mega Millions jackpot...it looks like Hawaii is one of the few states that don't take part in this lottery.

    The Mega Millions drawing today is for the largest lottery jackpot in word history--well over $500 mil. California's schools will get more than *$100 mil* from this Maga Millions jackpot. So, no matter who wins, education systems win and California's schools will have a lot of unexpected money (lottery ticket sales went way up after the lottery got to an unexpectedly high level, the school system wasn't expecting all of this money).

    If nobody wins the jackpot today, the lottery payout could hit $750 mil or more for Tuesday and California schools could get $150 mil or more, money that they can really use in this era of budget cuts.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-0330-mega-millions-20120330,0,3356135,full.story


  102. Garret:

    I don't understand why an NBA player would buy $10k in lottery tickets today, but the big payout is enticing a lot of people to buy more than they normally would. His salary is $1.5 mil this year and $1.6 mil guaranteed next year.

    http://thebiglead.com/index.php/2012/03/30/chris-singleton-the-washington-wizards-rookie-is-going-to-spend-10000-on-mega-millions-lottery-tickets/


  103. A-House:

    ppj2 #100:

    only problem is we no can get tickets in Hawaii, but if you get ticket(s) and win on the mainland, the State of Hawaii, which bans gambling, will be first in line to collect taxes and, according to my sources, you can keep your winnings!!!


  104. Couch potato:

    i see the Wahine sb team is doing well, for the first 4 innings.


  105. cheepono:

    UH goes up 4-0 on an RBI-double by Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu and a 2-run homer by Majam. Now B2nd. via @HawaiiAthletics


  106. Steve:

    cheepono - I will go you one better, Softbows up 9-0 mid 4th. Majam and Iwata have homered.


  107. Steve:

    Coolen, has changed his starting lineup, Brynne Buchanan starting in place of Sharla, in right field. Also, has moved Dara to 7th in batting order, with Makani batting 8th, and Brynne batting 9th. Kelly, is red hot with the bat now. Do not see this game going more then 5 innings, will be a mercy rule game.


  108. Garret:

    Jared Vanderbeek sounds like a very well qualified GA, he should be able to help the Warriors and learn a lot during this time. I am happy for him that he gets this opportunity.

    From a selfish perspective I would like to see Warrior graduates who wish to get a start in their coaching career (like Inoke) to get GA spots, as I think that it is great when players I've watched play get into coaching. Plus, it is good for the program to have recent players sticking around at UH to help with the team.

    My guess is that in the future Coach Chow will offer some GA spots to worthy Warriors who play for him and wish to start their coaching career. Coach Chow hasn't coached any of the past Warriors so he doesn't have a bond with them and cannot judge how they would be as coaches (plus they aren't experienced in his system), but that will change as he spends a few years at UH.


  109. Steve:

    Tomorrow, Softbows doubleheader will be live streamed on nmstatesports.com.


  110. whitey:

    Lottery, lottery, lottery.


  111. Steve:

    End of 4th, Softbows 9-1.


  112. Couch potato:

    9 - 1 end of 4.


  113. whitey:

    can't have the lottery in hawaii because the legislators are too scared of their own shadows, plus if had lottery, the homeless would not have any money.


  114. whitey:

    Mrs S T, speedy recovery.


  115. whitey:

    Mrs S T, speedy recovery.


  116. haka:

    i'll do you one better,
    the wahine win!
    mercy rule!
    9-1
    ricketts pitches 2 hitter
    majam 2 for 2, 3 rbi's, 3 runs scored, walk, hr
    iwata 2 for 3, 3 rbi's, hr
    the wahine are heading to the showers...


  117. Steve:

    Softbow, end of 5th, 9-1


  118. whitey:

    reading about JD's long flight and it seems it is becoming more of a common problem I fly long distance regularly and on my last 2 trips, the flight attendents asked for any medical personnel on board. We were lucky cause basically on both trips the passengers were not in serious danger. I don't know if it is the anxiety of flying or having some form of castrophobia, but notice that breathing or shortness of breath seem to be the most common problem.


  119. Couch potato:

    whitey, castrophobia? fear of being castrated or fear of fidel? :lol:


  120. whitey:

    Speedy recovery to Sharla K of the softbows.


  121. whitey:

    cp, showing my intelligence again. hahahahahaaaa


  122. Couch potato:

    whitey, double :lol:


  123. Kevin:

    Pomai,

    Good poker face. tsk tsk tsk...


  124. whitey:

    ok, it is claustrophobia. was close.


  125. Ipu Man:

    A good sanction not too harsh to consider for Shutter is to have him
    enroll and attend Alcohol Anonymous. He would benefit
    from it for the rest of his life...and actually have fun doing
    it. They have a national conference in Hawaii Nov 1st.
    Here's their link:
    http://www.annualhawaiiconvention.com/?q=node/4


  126. jm2375:

    FLUSH!


  127. Couch potato:

    fear of Santa? :lol:


  128. Kevin:

    There seems to be confusion with the live stat positional listing on NMSU's live stat tracker. Apparently Liilii was actually DP and Buchanan was at right field. The stat tracker at NMSU listed Liilii at right and Buchanan at DP.


  129. Kevin:

    CHECK THAT!!!

    Nevermind, Liilii was indeed at right and Buchanan was DP.


  130. Steve:

    Kevin, if you listened to the broadcast, that is how Coolen submitted the lineup. He made the switch right before the first pitch was made.


  131. Couch potato:

    i'm sure "lanaiboy" will be posting other wac softball scores as the day progresses. :wink:


  132. Steve:

    Or, should I say, when the players took the field.


  133. Steve:

    With Sharla out for awhile, Buchanan is a good replacement. She might not have the pop, that Sharla has with the bat, but gives the Softbows a better glove, and a faster outfield. If Coolen wants more pop at the plate, he can go with either Burton, or Zamora, out in right field.


  134. POCOLOCO:

    I cannot believe Colt has fallen so far.....now he's a backup in the CFL? Fail.


  135. kifi:

    jm2375:

    March 30th, 2012 at 1:29 pm
    FLUSH!

    Whoah! Now I'm very dizzy.


  136. Steve:

    Hopefully, Sharla will be back by WAC Tourney time, re-energized. Sometimes, when a player comes back after a layoff like this, they come back red hot. Hopefully, this will be the case for Sharla.


  137. haka:

    yawn


  138. whitey:

    welcome to da warriors, Coach Vanderbeek


  139. Kevin:

    Classic DEBATE running via Manoa Underground Radio folks.

    Who was better:

    UH Warriors 2006 or 2007.


  140. Kevin:

    OH MY GOD I DIDN'T THINK THIS EXISTED!!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    http://www.lasvegassportsbetting.com/Wrestlemania-28-Las-Vegas-Odds-The-Rock-vs-John-Cena-In-Miami_A9329.html

    CENA!!! CENA!!! CENA!!!

    I'm gonna have some fun on Sunday! Beer, poke, RASSLIN!!!

    Gonna be nice to pay $60.00+ for a four hour PPV that lasts the FULL four hours!!!!


  141. Stephen Tsai:

    Asperger.


  142. Stephen Tsai:

    Difficulties in social interaction.


  143. Stephen Tsai:

    Repetitive behavior.


  144. Stephen Tsai:

    Atypical use of language.


  145. Couch potato:

    risperidone and olanzapine.


  146. Couch potato:

    not an ideal candidate for match.com.


  147. Stephen Tsai:

    Dr. Couch Potato:
    What's the answer?


  148. Kevin:

    I have a friend working towards her goal of eventually working full time with autisic children.

    She was mentioning Asperger but I heard it as "a** burgers".

    I started laughing and making jokes about "a** burgers" when lead to odd looks and a running inside joke.


  149. Kevin:

    ST,

    Left you a voicemail.


  150. Couch potato:

    the answer is to stay on meds. be surrounded by a support group. do not get into volatile situations. stay routine and positive as much as possible. partake in conversations that minimize debate. attend group outings with those of similar symptoms and encourage positive outlooks. and finally, check if foot in mouth before blogging.


  151. Derek:

    Very, very quiet. No news about MBB recruiting from coach Arnold. No news about Wahine BB recruiting from coach Beeman. No Masters until next week, no Major League Baseball regular season until next week, excl Seattle-Oakland. No UH football practices until next week. No UH baseball wins for the last 5 games, come on Bows.

    Well, there are some good news. Wahine softball wins easily, Final Four tomorrow, San Francisco Giants on TV on KITV 126. Thank you, KITV. You made my summer.

    I think the 2006 UH team was better. Two of their losses were at Florida and at Boise State. Colt Brennan had a better year and had a better offensive cast and a better defense.
    But, my personal favorite was the 2007 because it gave me the most thrilling season with miracle finishes at La Tech in OT, at San Jose in OT, at Nevada at the finish by Dan Kelly's 2 kicks, one good after a time out and he kicks it again, no problem. And of course, the comeback from 21-0 against UW to win 28-21 on National TV on a bomb from Brennan to Jason Rivers that sewed up an undefeated season and BCS bid to the Sugar Bowl. To say the stars were aligned is an understatement, but that year the Warriors were lucky has hell.
    Of course, the best part that all started in 2007 is when Colt Brennan announced that he would be returning for his senior year. The entire State was watching that day and the place erupted. I was watching on TV and I actually shed some tears, it was that emotional.
    He was and still am in Hawaii fans eyes, a pied piper and our Heisman Trophy 2nd runner up. I think we all long for the day when we have another undefeated season, maybe next time including the bowl game.


  152. Stephen Tsai:

    Kevin:
    Just got the voicemail. My phone was on the blink for a bit.
    Thanks, CP.


  153. Kevin:

    ST,

    Mahalo for indulging if can.


  154. just a second:

    #82

    Noted.

    Done.


  155. Stephen Tsai:

    What should be the goal for the men's basketball program — winning now or building a consistent winner? I just don't think in these times players stick around long enough to build a senior-laden team.


  156. Stephen Tsai:

    No, no, no. That's not how it goes.
    Each "wait a minute" must submit a joke. The funniest gets the name.


  157. Abunai:

    So true ST.


  158. Stephen Tsai:

    Kevin:
    I think I got 'em all.


  159. wait a minute (contender):

    So a man get's a phone call from the hospital, says his wife has been in a BAD car accident and needs to come right away.

    In a panic the man has all kinds of thoughts running thru his head.

    When he arrives the ER doctor greets him and asks him to sit down. The doc tells him his wife is essentially a vegetable. He will have to bathe her, feed her, take her to use the restroom, etc…

    The man is in tears screaming, "WHY GOD WHY??? My life is ruined, I can't do this alone, I mean the cost of 24 hour care… MY GOD!!!"

    The doc then says, "nah, just kidding… she's dead."


  160. Kevin:

    Mahalo again ST.


  161. Couch potato:

    i have a large seashell collection which i keep scattered all over the world.


  162. Couch potato:

    these conjoined twins moved from california to japan so the other could drive.


  163. Kevin:

    cp,

    DISAPPOINTED SIR!!! Das the best you got? :lol:


  164. Couch potato:

    kevin, yep. :lol:


  165. gmahoney:

    cp, LOL about the twins.


  166. just a second:

    I concede, but I love good joke.

    'A doctor, a lawyer, a little boy and a priest were out for a Sunday afternoon flight on a small private plane. Suddenly, the plane developed engine trouble.

    In spite of the best efforts of the pilot, the plane started to go down. Finally, the pilot grabbed a parachute, yelled to the passengers that they had better jump, and bailed out.

    Unfortunately, there were only three parachutes remaining.

    The doctor grabbed one and said "I'm a doctor, I save lives, so I must live," and jumped out.

    The lawyer then said, "I'm a lawyer and lawyers are the smartest people in the world. I deserve to live."

    He also grabbed a parachute and jumped.

    The priest looked at the little boy and said, "My son, I've lived a long and full life. You are young and have your whole life ahead of you. Take the last parachute and live in peace."

    The little boy handed the parachute back to the priest and said, "Not to worry, Father. The 'smartest man in the world' just took off with my back pack." '


  167. Stephen Tsai:

    Pretty good.
    I think I heard that one before but I have such a bad memory, I always laugh during reruns.


  168. Couch potato:

    if you have a bad memory how do you know it's a rerun?


  169. wait a minute (current titleholder):

    I submit Steve


  170. wait a minute (contender):

    wait a minute (current titleholder):

    March 30th, 2012 at 3:33 pm
    I submit Steve

    No mas...

    Congrats on your title retention.


  171. wait a minute (current titleholder):

    Actually I should try again. It's a joke but not a funny joke.


  172. just a second:

    I insist. You had the name first. I'm not Steve. Steve's the smartest man in the world.


  173. Stephen Tsai:

    We can all get along.


  174. Steve:

    "Couch Potato, Couch Potato", two words always good for a well deserved laugh.


  175. cocobean:

    just a second, I think you got it wrong. Steve is not the smartest man in the world. Heard he doesn't alway drink beer but when he does it's Dos Eguis. Steve thinks he's the most interesting man in the world. There's a difference.


  176. Steve:

    cocobean, I do not, but thank you for the complement. Also, I am not an alcohol drinker. I would be a good candidate to be the driver. ST, you should let the Warriors players know that.


  177. wafan:

    Spring Break is here!


  178. wafan:

    Somebody left the door open.


  179. Steve:

    Wafan, the Softbows doubleheader tomorrow will be live streamed on nmstatesports.com, for a minimal price.


  180. Stephen Tsai:

    Wafan:
    It goes back to what I've been saying all along.


  181. Stephen Tsai:

    Who's coming to Warrior volleyball tonight?
    Yeah, yeah, I know the baseball team is playing. But the Warriors are down to their final two home matches.


  182. Steve:

    FSU 3 BYU 1 1st game of doubleheader.


  183. Steve:

    ST, tough decision, both teams not playing well right now.


  184. Steve:

    ST, best decision, fly to Las Cruces, watch the Softbows play NMSU tomorrow. That would be a winna.


  185. Steve:

    ESPN announcers say, Coolen is somewhat of a Maverick, when it comes to coaching philosophy. He does not go along with the majority of coaches when it comes to hitting philosophy.


  186. PowderPuff:

    Loudmouth and I will be there tonight. This is our LAST Warrior VB game of the season. No can make tomorrow night.

    Our best to Wena...get better soon so you can jam in the SSC stands again!


  187. duffer:

    Stretch has a new nickname?


  188. d1shima:

    duffer,

    :lol:


  189. BG808:

    Congrats to the softball team!


  190. al:

    glad to see that everyone is behaving.


  191. d1shima:

    Not sure where the bottom is but....

    GREAT FALLS, Mont. -- Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was arrested Friday in his Montana hometown of Great Falls on burglary and drug possession charges, police said.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/7757480/former-san-diego-charger-ryan-leaf-arrested-charged-burglary-drug-possession


  192. d1shima:

    GO BASEBOWS!


  193. whitey:

    Montana is sure making the news lately.


  194. RedZone:

    Way to go Wahine.

    Ricketts = money.


  195. d1shima:

    GO VOLLEYBOWS!


  196. Steve:

    The ESPN announcers were really talking up Ricketts. She got some really good airtime. Even tho Kaia did not pitch, she got some airtime, also.


  197. BleedGreen808:

    Tied top 4th


  198. el burro sabio:

    ST, did you ever figure out who #37 is?


  199. djmitcho:

    Good evening all...well I only won $3 on the mega-millions so I guess I won't be attending any home games this year.


  200. BleedGreen808:

    2-0 Hawaii top 5th


  201. Slugger:

    Get better soon Wena!


  202. BleedGreen808:

    2-0 Hawaii top 6th


  203. wafan:

    Get better soon Wena . . . or Mr. Tsai will continue cooking for you.


  204. wafan:

    Get better soon Wena . . . or Mr. Tsai will continue cooking for you.


  205. wafan:

    Get better soon Wena . . . or Mr. Tsai will continue cooking for you.


  206. wafan:

    Get better soon Wena . . . or Mr. Tsai will continue cooking for you.


  207. Think2much:

    Every season will be full of obstacles. Shutter's arrest is the first of many challenges. From injuries to player conduct, to whatever else may show up, Chow's goal to chasing championships will be a mighty steep road. How Chow perseveres and succeeds will be a lesson for us all.


  208. wafan:

    Congratulations to the SoftBows!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  209. wafan:

    Mr. Tsai . . .

    Agreed.

    Still, though . . . . . . . .


  210. wafan:

    Mr. Tsai . . .

    Agreed.

    Still, though . . . . . . . .


  211. wafan:

    Mr. Tsai . . .

    Agreed.

    Still, though . . . . . . . .


  212. wafan:

    What the heck?!?!


  213. Steve:

    wafan, what you trying to do??


  214. wafan:

    Welcome GA Warrior Vanderbeek!


  215. wafan:

    Garret . . .

    Congratulations and thanks for the LOTD's!


  216. d1shima:

    :-)


  217. d1shima:

    IEDP


  218. d1shima:

    H2B RBI


  219. d1shima:

    H1B RBI


  220. d1shima:

    :-) :-) :-) :-)


  221. BleedGreen808:

    4-0 Hawaii top 9th


  222. Kristel Wimett:

    Hi! Would you mind if I share your blog with my twitter group? There's a lot of people that I think would really appreciate your content. Please let me know. Many thanks


  223. d1shima:

    F9


  224. d1shima:

    SO-L


  225. d1shima:

    6-4

    WTG BB!


  226. BleedGreen808:

    4-0 Hawaii game over


  227. Randal Rohrbach:

    Sweet blog! I found it while searching on Yahoo News. Do you have any suggestions on how to get listed in Yahoo News? I've been trying for a while but I never seem to get there! Thank you


  228. koakane:

    congrats to sball wahines. hitting is back, keep it going.


  229. Leana Stamdifer:

    Thanks, I have recently been hunting for details about this topic for ages and yours is the best I've found so far.


  230. Steve:

    The Softbows are slowly getting their swagger back. Keep it up, and going, ladies.


  231. koakane:

    spam city


  232. wait a minute (hmmm...):

    So, the lead guitarist and drummer carpooled to the gig.

    The guitarist drove. They arrived early and were able to find a parking space close to the stage entrance.

    As he closed the locked door to the hatch-back the guitarist realized he'd locked his keys in the car. He peered in throught his window, and yup! There they were, still in the ignition.

    It took him 45 minutes to get the drummer out. . .


  233. papajoe2:

    Would have been more funny if he broke the window to get him out. :)


  234. wait a minute (the original):

    just a second:
    March 30th, 2012 at 3:41 pm
    I insist. You had the name first. I'm not Steve. Steve's the smartest man in the world.

    Sorry I did not intend to imply that I thought you were him. The blog owner said to submit a funny joke, I should have written "I submit Steve as my joke". You're alright.


  235. wait a minute (the original):

    And much funnier than I am


  236. al:

    did the blog have its own dead period?


  237. al:

    so craig thompson has family in logan, ut and san jose, ca?

    isn't that why he was there visiting relatives recently?


  238. al:

    so when will new wbb coach laura beeman annouce her first assistant coach?

    and when will her first recruit be named?

    april 11th?


  239. al:

    so technically speaking the gibber still has only one scholie to give.

    if, that is, all of the early commits make it through the gate. orel lev is already in school. so caleb dressler and isaac fotu need to pass muster.

    will there be more cutting ties with the rainbow warriors?

    it seems that the gibber is actively pursuing 2013 recruits. is there a subliminal message here?

    so a point guard has been a priority and a lot of swing men are being wooed. especially those who can shoot the rock.


  240. al:

    some suspect that gerry blakes did not qualify and he did enroll fulltime at citrus cc as his only option.

    curiously, though he was a redshirt and did practice with the jc school. i am now of the belief that it was so that after playing in 2013 he could transfer with his aa in hand to a four year program with 3 for 3.


  241. al:

    i do hope that the warriors who are on the bubble, academically, get it done by the fall. if not it could heavily impact our depth chart.


  242. jm2375:

    Season numbers so far for pledges: 39 HRs, 222Ks. :shock:

    Congrats to the Wahine and the BaseBows.

    VolleyBows - we get 'em tomorrow night!

    nytal!


  243. wafan:

    Day one!

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhh . . .


  244. d1shima:

    GMA!


  245. LizKauai (iPad):

    Flip flip flip flip flip
    Wow. The blog is still open.
    Some peeps take multiple chances for granted...

    Happy spring break, wafan!

    Yes, Kekoa... It was lights out grand!

    And we laid to rest another dear friend yesterday.
    Life is precious. An opportunity to learn by serving others.
    Rather than taking advantage of others.

    GO *.Bows!


  246. LizKauai (iPad):

    Healing energy to Wena!


  247. Haleakala:

    Liz:
    I still have the Pez you gave me in Las Vegas. I eat one each week.


  248. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Hey, LizK!

    Wena = Queen for a month, or at least a week... stay put and heal that knee. Hope you're up and about soon.


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