Working it out

May 30th, 2012
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The Warriors' OTAs started this past Monday, although that was merely a formality. The players have been training on their own since the Warrior Bowl, even when they're not in Hawaii.

Here's quarterback David Graves' workout headquarters:

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Here are linebacker George Daily-Lyles, former UH quarterback Corey Nielsen, and linebacker T.J. Taimatuia:

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This is an e-mail/photo from Hawkpeter (who trains UH's Australian players):

Yesterday, Blake Muir and I went and visited fomer UH defensive lineman, NFL third-round draft pick and Australian, Colin Scotts.

This was the first time that Colin and Blake had met. Colin lives right on Sydney Harbour with his wife and family and runs a company that fits our private hospitals with computers, communication equipment and modern electronic amenities for patients so they can stay connected with the outside world better. By the sounds of things, he is doing very well after selling his bar a few years ago. He plans on visiting perhaps for the New Mexico game.

His advice to Blake: "You're playing the right position. If I had my time over again, I would have loved to play OL. Those guys have to be smart. When I got there, they just thought I was some dumb Aussie bloke. you're already doing great. Keep doing what you always do and you'll keep getting what you always get."

Regards,

Hawkpeter

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Here's former UH quarterback Bryant Moniz's locker at the Georgia Force complex:

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Oh, my . . .

Link: Different sort of action at the Coliseum.

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Setter Sam Biscaro libero Nick Castello, opposites Taylor Averill and Johann Timmer, and middle blocker Jarrod Lofy were named to the MPSF All-Academic volleyball team, according to a release.

The release noted the criteria included "a 3.0 grade-point average or better, at least a sophomore standing academically, have completed one full academic year, and must have played in 50 percent or more of the team's matches.

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