Pollard to Jets, Liko Satele to Cardinals

April 29th, 2012
By

pol1

Former Warrior receiver Royce Pollard is in an empire state of mind.

Pollard has accepted in invitation to compete in the New York Jets' rookie mini camp this coming weekend, according to his father, Anthony Pollard.

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Liko Satele has been invited to the Arizona Cardinals' rookie camp. Satele will be competing at outside linebacker.

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It was no surprise that:

• A No. 1 quarterback was not named following spring training. The competition continues this summer.

• Defensive tackle Kaniela Tuipulotu, once considered the Warriors' top draft prospect, did not receive a free-agent offer yesterday. Tuipulotu will need more time to recover from a shoulder injury. He would not have been ready for the rookie mini-camps in the next two weeks. He said he hopes to sign a free-agent deal before the start of the NFL's training camps in July.

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Tavita Woodard has his choice of playing defensive end or tight end. The feeling is he will play tight end. There were times he appeared to be swimming, but enough times where he provides a solid blocker and a dependable target.

There is a need for offensive linemen, but it appears Calen Friel will remain on the defensive line. The Warrior Bowl showed Friel is a fierce defender.

151 Responses to “Pollard to Jets, Liko Satele to Cardinals”

  1. d1shima:

    Foist!

    Fierce defender: Good

    No QB1: Bad


  2. mo808:

    Good Morning!


  3. ai-eee-soos:

    mornin


  4. ai-eee-soos:

    Fast recovery to Kaniela Tuipulotu.


  5. War E Or:

    Top 5? goodmornin all


  6. ai-eee-soos:

    Good news re Tavita Woodard and Calen Friel.


  7. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Friel = BIG defender ... alright!

    QB is a ? in my mind, too.


  8. mo808:

    Congrats to Pollard!


  9. Slugger:

    WooHoo!!! Royce to the J-E-T-S cap!

    Healing energy to Kani.


  10. Haleakala:

    Good morning Ysaikos!


  11. Slugger:

    oops...you know I meant "camp"... need kope...

    d1shima,

    loved the UoO spring training video... Autzen stadium is a great facility... hope the Ducks have a good year.


  12. Stephen Tsai:

    University of Nike?
    I'm surprised they don't change their name to the Oregon Knights.


  13. Haleakala:

    Iread that Kellen Moore will be going to the Detroit Lions as a free agent. I wish him well and hope that he does good. He sure was a steady and accurate qb for Boise. I wonder how they will do without him.


  14. krump1_AKA_protector:

    Congrats to all former Warriors pursuing their dreams! Only wish Tavita and Calen had twin brothers. Maybe these guys might "iron man" it for certain games?


  15. Bryson:

    Definetly not a surprise it almost seemed like D.Graves is going backwards...or it could be that he's not improving and the other guys are catching up...I do have to say Higgins looked the most natural on roll outs and PA should he improve his accuracy there is a good chance he may start...Woosley was impressive but then again he only got to throw 5 passes he did complete 4/5 though it would be interesting to see what he could do with more reps...and of course there is still the Dark Horse in all of this Cayman Shutter if he does get reinstated by fall camp he could very well be The One....


  16. Stephen Tsai:

    Krump:
    Tavita has a twin brother.


  17. kapakahi:

    MM playing just like his senior Crusader season....
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=xkrAsNh5Omg


  18. Stephen Tsai:

    Too bad Graham didn't win his appeal, and then his appeal of his appeal.


  19. kapakahi:

    #16,

    ST, What's the latest on twin bro Tana?


  20. Slugger:

    Cofer posted on his FB page, that Liko Satele is going to the Cardinals!!! WheeHa!


  21. Slugger:

    ST ~

    The Knight Library is a beautiful facility on the UoO campus, too.


  22. kapakahi:

    BTW, looks as though Jeff Garcia's NFL connections mights be making a difference for Royce.


  23. Stephen Tsai:

    Kapakahi:
    Still trying to get eligible. He should be OK for the fall.


  24. krump1_AKA_protector:

    Haleakala on #13,

    I also wish Kellen Moore well. It makes me sick that one of the most winningest and effective NCAA QBs of all time was not drafted because NFL teams remain dogmatic and short-sighted about drafting QBs with less than prototypical stature. How can anyone forget how he took down Oklahoma in
    in that memorable BCS shoot-out which struck a blow for non-AQ conferences and non-BCS teams across the nation?


  25. ai-eee-soos:

    Go get em, Royce Pollard .


  26. Stephen Tsai:

    Slugger:
    That's great. Liko Satele, Vaughn Meatoga and that Oregon State guy were all classmates at Kamehameha (before Satele transferred to Word of Life).


  27. ai-eee-soos:

    clocking in to lay a few bricks, one brick at a time.


  28. krump1_AKA_protector:

    ST and Kapakahi,

    Hope Tana does become eigibe as we as J.T.!


  29. krump1_AKA_protector:

    on #28 we=well


  30. Slugger:

    I got to watch Hercules Satele at one of the AZ Cardinals fall camp practices at NAU...think it was 2008 before I came home.


  31. krump1_AKA_protector:

    oops! (on 28) eigibe=eligible (problem with keyboard)


  32. kapakahi:

    #26,

    Brandon Hardin


  33. kapakahi:

    Tana Woodard highlights....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibdUMJo66lA


  34. krump1_AKA_protector:

    Slugger or ST,

    Is Hercules still with that team?


  35. Slugger:

    protector,

    No... got cut about a year after or so.


  36. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Goog morning again, everyone.

    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/

    Thanks for the hot dog Slugger! ;) Your kindness is surpassed only by your incredible beauty and intelligence. And I mean every bit of that!


  37. ai-eee-soos:

    Clocking out. Was laying bricks, one at a time, for the past 30 min.

    Will do more when i'm physically able to; gotta rest.


  38. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Re #36 - thank you and I also feel pretty!

    VOTE - Stephanie deserves it - specially after yesterday's record no-hitter!


  39. Kekoa:

    Good Sunday morning Tsaiko prognosticators.

    Roll(s) Royce Pollard is going to the Big Apple? Maybe the *Donald* will feature him and Tebow on his next Celeb Apprentice show.

    New York is a great 'stage' for Royce to showcase his receiving talent.


  40. wafan:

    Good morning everyone!


  41. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    A QB quandry? In Chow we chrust. One gets the feeling he can craft an offense to suit personnel strengths.

    Somebody needs to step up soon. The Shutter situation looms large.


  42. wafan:

    Dang it. Both Wahine Sand VolleyBow teams got bounced from the tournament.

    Shucks.

    Next year!


  43. WarriorNY:

    I really hope Royce makes the team. I think he was one of the most underrated WR we ever had. The jets need a WR badly. I look forward to watching him live.


  44. wafan:

    Interesting quandry with the qb's.

    Someone must step up soon!

    Who wants to be the leader?!?!


  45. Ipu Man:

    Hope Royce Pollard "Rolls" in the Jets offense.
    Nothing like a Rolls Royce in New York City to turn heads.


  46. Ipu Man:

    Royce also has sticky fingers like that spiderman guy...


  47. madeinhawaii:

    Yay for Pollard. I wish him well! In an uncertain season he was the only sure thing.

    Heal up Tuipuloto!...


  48. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    Hope everyone is having a good Sunday!

    Congrats to the Wahine! It was a nail-biter first game, which made the sweep that much sweeter. That must've been a looooong flight home for Margie.

    Congrats to all the former Warriors whose dreams of playing on Sundays are still alive. Work hard and show the coaches what we all know you have.

    *tsigh* Now that softball is pau, no more UH games for me till volleyball in August (not a big baseball spectator fan). Withdrawal symptoms are already setting in.


  49. Stephen Tsai:

    It's not really a matter of who wants to be the leader. Graves and Higgins are both good leaders. Both have learned the offense, now it's a matter of trusting it. There is at least one extra blocker, so if everyone does the job, the protection will be there. This offense has more plays, more formations, more options. It's not all on the QB. Both guys know this.


  50. Stephen Tsai:

    Ipu:
    Funny you should mention that because I think Pollard was named after the car.


  51. d1shima:

    ...or the band


  52. Stephen Tsai:

    "I Wanna Get Next To You" is still one of the greatest songs.


  53. d1shima:

    I'm more partial to "Carwash"

    ...obviously


  54. d1shima:

    Rose Royce

    another band with artistic license in name spelling

    ....Spiral Starecase


  55. Stephen Tsai:

    I never heard of Spiral Starecase. Now I have to go to Youtube.


  56. tommui:

    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/

    VOTE!


  57. d1shima:

    ...otherwise known as "Making an Entire Career Off of One Song" by Pat Upton


  58. kkv3000:

    ST, I totally agree with #50. After Maui, I came away with the realization that this is a more sophisticated or complex offense. The angles of the receiver routes are all different, the addition of the tight end coming from the line of scrimmage bringing delayed and mis-direction routes, the running backs being more involved in the passing routes, having a running game that has to be accounted for by the defense, roll-out passing game, seems an addition of more crossing routes by the slots for man to man coverage, in addition the threat of quarterback draws. To me this adds up to many more offensive weapons and less pressure on the QB.


  59. Stephen Tsai:

    OK, now I know the song. Didn't know the name of the group. Thanks.


  60. Stephen Tsai:

    And look for the hot receiver.
    Metaphorically speaking, of course.


  61. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Spiral "Starecase"? You are such a wealth of infomation d1! We used to have just such a "starecase" in the old library at school. For some reason, the tables next to those stairs were always packed with guys even if the rest of tables throughout the library were open. Some serious "studying" going on when some naive, usually Freshman or Sophmore wahine used those stairs. :lol:


  62. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Kekoa would know which one I'm talking about, in the old Konia library.


  63. Stephen Tsai:

    I remember at Colorado State, the visiting locker room in Moby had a spiral staircase that led to nothing. It befuddled visiting teams.
    Then again, CSU was one of the first to paint visiting locker rooms in pink.


  64. Stephen Tsai:

    I think staircases are right up there among man's greatest inventions behind the wheel, TV remote, caller ID and wooden backscratchers.


  65. BigWave96744:

    Hey Al, any word on the "other" PAC12, former ILH All State defender?
    Also, Al, I still am wondering on the "other" NC :)
    Finally, Al, hoe do you compare Camelia vs Shillawon
    Poof...


  66. RedZone:

    I hope that a leader will emerge on the oline. I am more worried about the fullback position. It was the fullbacks huge block that won Utah the bowl game at the end. He just smothered the linebacker.


  67. Stephen Tsai:

    Here's an under-the-radar player: Daniel Yoshiki of Saint Louis School.
    He's 6-4, about 220-225, and will play tight end for the Crusaders in the fall.
    He did not play as a sophomore in 2011 because he transferred. UH coaches already know about him. He attended practices the past week.


  68. Stephen Tsai:

    Here's another one: There's a Damien freshman who's about 6-6, maybe a little taller.
    He's Alvis Satele's nephew.


  69. d1shima:

    TE for SLS?

    Hmmm...


  70. RedZone:

    Wow that Damien freshman must really standout when the team is on the field. Their players are really small.


  71. kapakahi:

    #69 & #71,

    Couldn't help but see him with Alvis & Liko on Friday night. Legit 6'6" height with nice long athletic frame.


  72. kapakahi:

    Depending on Cravens' situation, perfect scenario would be for Tavita to move back to DE.....IF and when twin bro Tana becomes eligible and joins team as TE.


  73. kapakahi:

    BTW, almost thought that I was at a BJ Penn MMA fight Friday night when Warriors walked onto Ching Field locked arm-in-arm to "Hawaii '78".

    '78....now that was a good year. ST and WarriorMojo would probably agree with me too.


  74. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good news for Ro Po and Satele. Best of luck to both.


  75. tommui:

    The Alabamans are really voted for Cassie - she has already passed Arioto (Cal) in the voting.

    Stephanie seems to be stuck in the voting column - so vote and vote often!

    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/

    VOTE!


  76. kev-1:

    Congrats to all the braddahs signing with teams. Pollard needs to bulk up some if he wants a legit shot. He's got all the other tools.


  77. BigHiloFan2:

    Hiya Tsaikos everywhere.

    voted.


  78. Kaimuki Kid:

    Big Wave,

    Have you ever tried the Yaki niku @ Han Yang Restaurant in Kalihi? In the same price range as Camellia but a better selection of meats, All you can eat yum!


  79. seasider:

    #49 jm2375

    Softball not pau!

    http://hawaiiathletics.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball&

    5/5-6/2012 3 game series at Utah State
    5/9-12/2012 WAC Championships at Las Cruces, N.M.

    FYI...Oceanic Cablevision will be televising the Wahine’ WAC Championship games.


  80. Kaimuki Kid:

    Oh Yeah voted about 25 times this morning. Go Steph


  81. Kaimuki Kid:

    My phone is reloading faster than my computer. So vote , clear cookies, vote on my phone , clear cookies, vote on my computer, clear cookies and then after numerous clearing of cookies, I started to think of School Kine Corn Flake cookies that I had in my car and had to stop and get the cookies...lol


  82. 702WarriorFan:

    Voted a lot today Tom.

    Use Firefox > Tools > Start Private Browsing
    Faster than emptying cookies.... after first vote, just page back then page forward to reenter security code and vote again....
    page back and start again......

    Congrats to the Warriors with the chance in the NFL.
    Nice weekend for the Wahine's sweep too!


  83. graham:

    I hope that Cayman is reinstated soon. DUI are very serious and he should be punished. I really think he is the best fit at QB. Graves just isnt a pro style QB. Does anyone know if Shutter is working out and throwing


  84. wafan:

    Funny comments from spam asking about issues with a lot of spam on the blog.


  85. wafan:

    Shucks.

    Spamless in Seattle.


  86. BG:

    702
    Thanks for the tip...gonna try it right now!


  87. Ipu Man:

    I like Liko Satele as Arizona Arizona Cardinal.
    I also like like like highway.


  88. jm2375:

    seasider - I know, but I meant going to games in person. Besides, I don't have Oceanic, so no can watch... (Not that I'm not habut or anything...)


  89. d1shima(Galaxy 'd):

    Graham,
    There are no official team events until fall camp. Players are free to workout with whomever they wish.


  90. BG:

    @83 702...
    Tried what you said and it works 20% better than what I was doing! I put the link to the Lowes site right under the "back" button so I can hit "back" and drop down to click on the Lowes link. Sweet!


  91. 702WarriorFan:

    BG
    Great - wasn't quite sure if it was going to work originally.
    Minimal effort for maximum result we want.

    Now if only fitting window heat films to reduce desert heat was easy. 3 done and 15 to go and that's not all of the windows.


  92. Ralph:

    Na Wahine Water Polo finishes MPSF season in eight place under first year HC Maureen Cole. They concluded their regular season 0-7, and were swept in the MPSF championships this weekend finishing 0-3, with losses to #1 seed Stanford, Arizona State and San Jose State.


  93. Ipu Man:

    What is the "history" of wahine water polo in Hawaii?
    Does it go back to the 70's and beyond?
    If so, there must be some good vibes for that as a sport to support.
    If only a few years old, maybe they should try another similar sport,
    like water ballet---you know where they all stick their legs up in the
    air while upsidedown in the water. Might even get a crowd to show up...
    :roll:


  94. Stephen Tsai:

    Jm:
    Time to get Oceanic. Things soon will be happening.


  95. seasoned adviser:

    a message for Cayman.

    a DUI presents 2 legal problems for the accused.

    1. the ADLRO (Administrative Driver's License Revocaton Office) is a "separate" process for the accused. 2. the district court is a "separate" process for the same accused. the end result in each process is not set in stone, and can be unpredictable.

    on top of that, in this case, we have the Coach Chow intangible. the feeling, without knowing, the Coach Chow vibe puts the case in flux. Coach doesn't know what the end result will be in the ADLRO process. Nor does he know what the end result will be in the DUI process. he's thinking about the program, and will not be held hostage by any player who is being accused and being processed in 2 systems. for Coach to take action now when the end results are not in puts Coach Chow against the wall, even if he has a good idea/knows what the evidence likely will be in the case. how the cases play out in both forums will put his decision to reinstate now in either a favorable or unfavorable light.

    I can attest from personal knowledge to 2 recent examples where the 291C-61E HRS accusations against Defendant in the ADLRO forum "slipped" through the cracks, and one in the district court forum also slipped through the crack. but the bottom line is that in one of these cases a "good" results has still not resulted in a final result.

    thinking about Cayman's future in football this season, a "stall" in getting a final result does not bode well towards the idea of Cayman playing this season. that is happening now.
    on the other hand, making a plea deal that results in "bad" result for Cayman in either the ADLRO and/or district court, even if he gets a Deferred Acceptance of Plea and goes to 14 hours of class and gets a alcohol assessment, etc., may or may not be the best legal advice for Cayman. gotta know the facts before you give him advice.

    so, if was me, i'd be thinking about the best for the future for Cayman, not UH. but I'd be thinking about the legal advice 24/7, and I'd be advising Mr. Shutter to make the decision sooner than later.

    best of luck.


  96. BG:

    Folks, I'm not meaning to sound melodramatic or anything...fact is Alabama is making a big push this weekend. OK. Just like in any military operation or a team game. There are going to be ebbs and flows. Alabama is really bringing it and could feed off their momentum if we let them. If I were in the military, I'd say that a counter-attack has to be mounted to take away their steam and dishearten them. We need to have them get up in the morning saying, "What happened to our hard work over the weekend?!!" Bama should start letting up around 5-6pm our time and start going to bed. We need every Tsaiko and lurker to come on board around 7pm (HST) and use 702's suggestion at #83 to beat back the attack. As fans we seldom have opportunities to so visibly support one of our scholar-athletes. We need to step forward and support. Mahalo


  97. jm2375:

    ST - Not unless Oceanic can give me the same things I'm getting now from Dish for the same price.


  98. mo808:

    Congrats to Liko!


  99. wafan:

    Awww heck.

    100!

    Or there abouts.


  100. wafan:

    Sounds like Oceanic or UH is close to shaking things up for local sports televising.

    Hope things work out for UH whatever happens!


  101. Ipu Man:

    The tshadow knows...


  102. tommui:

    Wasn't there a spiral (fire escape) staircase at the old Lincoln School - the one at Beretania and Victoria?


  103. Haleakala:

    Just voted and happened to see Stephanie move up 0.1 to 27.7 and number 2 move down 0.1 to 21.4.


  104. Wendell Kimball:

    Just released in The Coupons App there is a 60% discount at Colonial Candle. Half off coupon at Sonic. A FREE entree coupon for Big Boy and an appetizer coupon from The Original Italian Pie! http://thecouponsapp.com/download Seriously, it's absolutely free.


  105. tommui:

    #106 Haleakala

    If 100,000 votes have been cast, it would take 100 votes to move the 27.7 up.

    Been casting about 15 the last hour or so and no movement.

    Of course if my math calculations are off, remember I only got ten fingers and ten toes - I think


  106. NYUH:

    It doesn't bother me that we have no number 1 QB. Its only spring. Doesn't anyone remember last year? Moniz was overplayed, and when he went down, nobody was prepared to take his place. No Hawaii Bowl and Mack and Rolo are shipped off to Nevada for their screw up. Am I wrong? Somebody set me straight if that wasn't what happened last year?


  107. Florance Sanda:

    good site!! You should start many more. I love all the info offered. I will stay tuned.


  108. BigHiloFan2:

    thanks for the tip, guyz. holdin Bama at bay. :D


  109. tommui:

    112 BHF2 must be busy as heck - Stephanie is at 27.9
    Keep voting people!


  110. cocobean:

    Really thought Vaughn and Corey had the best chances to be drafted. Both ran well, Vaughn at the combine, Corey at Pro Day.

    The knock against Moore was his size but more so his arm strenght. The "experts" lauded his record. Said he had great anticipation and an uncanny knack to know where each of his receivers woud be at a given point during the play. Their big "but" was they doubted his style of play would translate well into the speeded up pro game.

    BTW, wasn't a guy named Zabranski(?) the BSU QB when they beat the Okies?


  111. Ipu Man:

    Jared Zabranski a heck of a qb, He left a year early to go to the combines before the draft. When he didn't get picked up (and after he left the Texans) he came back to Boise for a year to finish his degree. Then went on to the CFL Edmunton, but left there after two unproductive years.

    Read more here: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2011/05/05/1635868/former-bsu-quarterbackcut-by-edmonton.html#storylink=cpy


  112. BG:

    OK! We have some Tsaikos doing the voting thing! We're soon going to hit 28% for Steph. Still have some Bama folks voting but they can't gain more percentage points while we're slowing making progress. Stay strong!


  113. BG:

    We did it!!! 28% KEEP IT GOING

    Been on since 4pm. Taking short break and back at it!


  114. krump1_AKA_protector:

    cocobean on 114,

    If it was Zabranski that led BSU over the Okie, my bad.


  115. PolyMom:

    Mahalo and special thanks to Tom Mui for keeping us posted while out of the country.

    And to all of you...thank you for supporting Calen. I know he will represent all of you Tsaiko Fans!!

    Have only been able to keep up with him via text.

    Mahalo to all of you!!!


  116. BG:

    Good to have you back, PolyMom!


  117. BG:

    28.2%!!!!!!! Keep it going...no let-up!


  118. ai-eee-soos:

    voted - be back later.


  119. krump1_AKA_protector:

    Yay, 28.3% now. Keep the pressure on.


  120. BG:

    Unreal, folks! Hang in there...Keep it up!!!!!!


  121. whitey:

    it is amazing how a 3 point shooter or shooters can change a game in bb.


  122. ai-eee-soos:

    clocking in for the next 30 min.


  123. Slugger:

    I voted again using Chrome.

    tommui, (or was it al?)

    Went to Maple Garden for dinner and sure enough, when they refilled the fried chicken, people were taking plates full. That must be one of the favs.


  124. Slugger:

    I voted again using Foxfire. heehee


  125. ai-eee-soos:

    28.4 - - - right on !!!


  126. tommui:

    SLUGGER #127

    Went to lunch at Maple Garden today (4/29) but only had a plate lunch - egg plant and, of course, fried chicken.


  127. tommui:

    SLUGGER #128 - not that you would cheat voting, but did you know, using Firefox (not fox fire), if you go to tools, and then go "private browsing", you can go to the site as often as you wish and should you vote again, well, you can always hit Jimminy Cricket with a rolled-up newspaper.


  128. BG:

    We're just about to 20.5%...just need a little help


  129. HiFlyer:

    BG: trying to get there.


  130. HiFlyer:

    BG: 28.5


  131. BG:

    Holy Moly! Great job everyone...great team effort!

    I'm taking a short break and keep going until 10:30

    MAHALO


  132. ai-eee-soos:

    Hoo - good fun, yah

    clocking out for "brake" time.


  133. Haleakala:

    The team effort is amazing.


  134. HiFlyer:

    .


  135. ai-eee-soos:

    piling on ....

    clocking in - will try to stay for 30 min.

    running out of chikara ...


  136. ai-eee-soos:

    28.8 -- right on.

    keep it going ...


  137. BG:

    28.8%!!!!! Totally unreal. I expect Bama to try a couple more times...at least one more huge push this coming weekend. Gotta come together and hold them off...and we will. I'm sore everywhere. Tomorrow is another day...bring'um on!


  138. Mad Dog:

    Another way to vote for Stephanie if you have Google Chrome.
    Copy the site address: http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/
    Click the wrench symbol on the top right of the Google Chrome home page.
    Select "New Incognito Window"
    On the address bar, select "Paste and Go"
    That should get you to the voting page.
    Vote and then close Google Chrome. That wipes out the cookie.
    Reopen Google Chrome and repeat the process beginning with select "New Incognito Window"


  139. al:

    so utah st and sjsu are in the mwc.
    la tech may now go to cusa.


  140. HiFlyer:

    Mad Dog: firefox faster when you select private browsing


  141. Mad Dog:

    I no mo firefox and I'm too lazy to install it. Time for me to get some rack time to check for light leaks.


  142. ai-eee-soos:

    it's at 28.8++ - real close to 28.9 - someone go for it.

    clocking out - no mo' chikara.

    will join all of you tomorrow evening.


  143. Stephen Tsai:

    If that's the case, UH should try to get all of its teams in the MWC. Don't want to be the part-timer.


  144. Stephen Tsai:

    Sucks to be New Mexico State now.


  145. al:

    ...and poor boise state will be running around like a chicken without a head in search of a home for its olympic sports.


  146. BigHiloFan2:

    hooo. you all doing good. real good!
    anywayz, Steph deserves the applause.
    great young lady. an da oddaz too.
    proud they are our Titas. alla dems.
    :mrgreen:


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  148. HawaiiMongoose:

    It sucks even worse to be Idaho, unfortunately for the Vandals.


  149. HawaiiMongoose:

    ST, I came across a message board rumor that UH has expressed willingness to consider moving to the MWC for Olympic sports if SDSU chooses to rejoin for all sports. That would give the conference three California and two Nevada schools, so travel for UH wouldn't be bad. It's only a rumor but the prospect of playing men's basketball in a top-five hoops conference is pretty appealing.


  150. A-joe:

    My concern is our team.

    Who's training today to be tomorrow's Champion?

    Who believes they will be part of the first team that brings a national championship to Hawaii? Who's doing everything they can to make that happen?

    Who's hungry?

    Who's never satisfied with increasing their potential?

    Who's acknowledging their weaknesses and taking measures to strengthening them?

    Who's running?

    Lifting?

    Cross training?

    Reading their playbook?

    Watching film?

    Asking coaches questions on improving their game? Practicing what they've been taught?

    Motivating teammates to do the same?

    Who's leading the charge?


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