July 30th, 2012

By tomorrow, the Warriors will be finalizing what will  be a 102-player roster for training camp. The players report on Wednesday, and the first practice is Thursday afternoon.

They are awaiting word on JC cornerbacks Justin Turner and Ronald Fields and offensive lineman Mike Milovale. Those three are completing work on associate degrees — eligibility requirements for this coming season.

This past weekend, Turner went to Seattle to take a test. He is expected back in town today or tomorrow.

Running back Sterling Jackson, who was held out of spring practice following shoulder surgery, has been cleared to participate in training camp.

Running back Samson Anguay, who underwent knee surgery last year, still is awaiting full medical clearance. He will not participate in at least the first part of training camp.

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The Warriors have received permission to talk to Penn State offensive lineman Anthony Alosi.

Anthony Alosi: Video.

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Wyoming and Hawaii don't  play each other this year, which will force Cowboy center Nick Carlson and free safety Luke Ruff to "Surf Wyoming."

Here's the video: Surf Wyoming.

* * * * *

Happy (belated) birthday to one of the great ones — brother Mike.

298 Responses to “Countdown”

  1. Kaleo_1:

    Go Warriors!

  2. MattyBoy:

    Yes I know Im first

  3. MattyBoy:

    Dang never mind lol!! Second.

  4. bigwave96744:

    Getting those 3 guys would be much needed good news for a change

  5. Da Punchbowl kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    It'll be good to have Jackson back too! Excitement is growing...

    Top Ten I reckon.

  6. haka:

    Go Warriors!
    Geev'um bruddahs!

  7. mo808:

    Good Morning! 33 more wake ups!

  8. tommui:


    Want to join DPK in the top 10 -mo808 too!

  9. Stephen Tsai:

    Uh, oh. Somebody spiked the ball before reaching the end zone.

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  11. mo808:

    @10 good grief yes!

  12. Kukui High School:

    Good Morning! Go Warriors! Go Nuts!

  13. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!!

    Traffic OK today? Not gonna get bad till UH & Punyhou start.

  14. Stephen Tsai:

    Maybe Punahou should pay for the rail.

  15. MattyBoy:

    Haha I spiked it real hard...too too soon.

  16. A-joe:

    So Google is promoting Snipe Hunting? Here's the call if you wanna know...

  17. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, everyone!

    Happy (belated), Brother Mike!

  18. Wes'side Warrior:

    It's all coming together...

  19. Wes'side Warrior:

    Spiking the ball before reaching the endzone...

    Kinda reminds me of a certain player from a certain team from Nevada, getting the ball knocked out of his hand and turning it over to us. Same but different... in a happy way!

  20. Wes'side Warrior:

    Funny how Coach Shoji briefly mentions the rail in his daily journal at the London Games. If I hadn't left home, and/or never experienced how efficiently a good rail system moves people, I might have different thoughts about it. But of all the places I'd been, the system used in Japan is just plain awesome! When we were first stationed there, I couldn't wait to get a car a drive everywhere. After suffering through headache after headache of city traffic, we left the car home once and walked the 20 minutes to the nearest station. After that, the only time we really drove was on base. The inter-city lines were great. The city-to-city lines were outstanding!

  21. Wes'side Warrior:

    And speaking of rail...

    Has W-Doc posted anything recently on Aloha Stadium? And what of the politicians...? Do we spend the money to fix it up, or do we go with Plan B out in Kapolei, or wherever?

  22. NYUHTX:

    Awesome Alosi. He was 6 foot 6 coming out of high school.

  23. NYUHTX:

    Alosi should note they have good flights coming out of Newark, NJ to Hawai'i so he can get back and forth from home quickly and his family can come out to see him play. Almost as easy as driving to State College.

  24. Ipu Man:

    Whenever I visit Japan, I stay with a family who live about a block away from
    the steel on steel line...and boy you wake up sharp at 5am every day as it starts
    to rumble by every 5 minutes...

  25. Ipu Man:

    Nice video on Alosi. No suck up music to enhance his power...
    Looks good on both sides of the ball...

  26. papajoe2:

    WW, i finally made up my mind about rail. I don't like the price tag, but my friends who are opposed to rail, have never ridden on one. I've been to Washington D.C., New York, San Diego, Vegas. All have rail and its the easiest form of transportation. The worry is how to get to and from the rail station. As I understand it, you catch a bus or drive to a bus stop and transfer from the bus to the rail with the same ticket. Then catch another bus with the same ticket to your destination. My reason for making up my mine for being pro-rail? My brother just came back from Australia, and said the rail there was the way to go. Each stop was only 12-15 seconds (they timed it because his daughter, who was with them, didn't delieve it). He said he covered a lot of ground through the rail. Can buy a daily pass, monthly pass, or just pay for each ride. Maybe that's why people living in New York City, rarely owns cars with all the other expenses associated with the vehicle.

  27. papajoe2:

    Happy birthday bruddah Mike.

  28. Ipu Man:

    Here's a neat video on standup paddling like the Wyoming boys were talking about.
    But this one is in West Virgina in the boonies.
    Looks like fun.

  29. Ipu Man:

    Instead of rail, just extend the Ala Wai around the island.
    Bangkok used to a city of canals and easy travel before
    they invented cement and choke fully loaded busses of human sardines...

  30. Ipu Man:

    Nuff...sorry about rail...will try to refrain.

  31. Stephen Tsai:

    I wonder about those lots where you'd park before boarding the rail. I can't imagine the stall being inexpensive.

  32. Ipu Man:

    How do you "drop off and pick up the kids" (at various different widely separated places)
    via rail before and after work?

  33. WarriorNY:

    ***Hands ST a Diet Coke...

  34. Ipu Man:

    And get your groceries, drycleaning, and doctor and dentist visits?...

  35. d1shima:



  36. Ipu Man:

    rush hour in a Japan train...

  37. Slugger:

    Happy birthday, brother Mike!

    Night all!

  38. Ipu Man:

    ok, ok...back to football:
    Here's the USC trojan fight song:
    (unless you got a better substitue song...)

  39. Hilo Moon:

    #23 -- What about the cost of the plane fare? Now that would really be an "inconvenience", if not prohibitive. Driving to State College would cost a heck of a lot less!

  40. papajoe2:

    I was watching handball briefly. Almost like basketball with an indoor soccer goal and goalie. I don't understand the rules, like if there is traveling or offsides, but it looks interesting. How do you block a shot or get the ball back? I gotta investigate.

  41. Ipu Man:

    "Will you love me tomorrow" would be a good song
    to sing after UH trounces USC...
    by the Shirelles

  42. d1shima:


    Took care of #2 Brazil. Next up #3 China.

    USA! USA! USA!!!

  43. koakane:


    team handball uses the basketball, soccer and football rules in advancing the ball. fouls are determined this way also. I think frisbee rules are tied in some how.

    Introduced this to pe classes at Damien in mid 70's mostly to jr and senior classes as a culminating activity at end of year after they mastered the basics of the other disciplines. read about this from an article on Joe Story from Kalani whom excelled in this olympic sport

  44. koakane:


  45. Green tea:

    Historically Hawaii failed to win over Trojan football perhaps history will record a win for Hawaii in 2012..

  46. koakane:


    I don't think there is offside, no tacking is used, blocking or guarding is similar to basket ball. there is a 25 foot arc in front of goal which in order to score no one is not to enter. you can leap or fly over the line to get the ball in the net but not step into this area.

  47. koakane:

    oh sorry, late morning 808

    how yu'all doing?

    like everyone else getting my sports fix by following olympics but in an ac enviorment

  48. papajoe2:

    Mahalo, mahalo very much kk.

  49. papajoe2:

    My wife brought home a 3-D glasses. Watched Oc channel 203 which is in 3-D. Still seeing double. I quit.

  50. al:


  51. al:

    alosi would have four for four since he redshirted last year.

    he's listed at 6'4" inspite of his hs recruiting listings had him at 6'6".

  52. papajoe2:

    kk, I was wondering if a guy like Randy Johnson, who is 6'8-10" tall, and a super fast pitch, was to play handball. What would it take to stop him. A goalie would be a fool to stand in front of one of his fastballs. DUCK! if you can.

  53. al:

    a one time starting qb from penn state has announced that he is coming out.

  54. LizKauai:

    Happy Birthday, Michael Tsai... writer extraordinaire... smart with heart... Mrs. Tsai raised her boys right.

  55. Wes'side Warrior:

    Hahaha, Ipu Man! I've been on those and gotten pushed before too! And then the GI's with me said it's the job of those "pushers" to get as many in as possible, as long as the doors close. I thought, "Wow! What a job!"

    As far as getting groceries, we'd always see locals doing their shopping and bringing bags onto the trains. So many stores are set up along the line, at nearly every stop, so it's fairly easy to get off, get some stuff, and get back on.

    For us, we shopped the "American" way... maybe once a week or once every two weeks for major stuff, and overload the car. Plus, we had the PX and Commissary, so we'd stay on base for those trips. It would be a lifestyle change in more ways than one, for those near the stations.

    They also had these underground shopping centers at major stations. Kinda like how airports are set up, with shops on the "inside". Pretty impressive how it was all set up.

    PPJ2 brings up the main point... cost. The convenience and efficiency are huge pluses, once people get used to it. And security will have to be paramount to draw doubters onto the trains. But at what cost? And where will the money come from?

  56. Wes'side Warrior:

    Hmmm... never played team handball. Singles was bad enough.

  57. al:

    ppj2...which 3d tv did you purchase?

  58. al:

    ipu favorite version.

  59. al:

    happy birthday mike...!

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  61. A-House:

    al #53:

    where is he going???

  62. A-House:

    lunch wager:

    UH will not "sign" Alosi.

  63. A-House:

    and, a most Haffy Birfday to Big Mike!

  64. jm2375 (Infuse):

    WW - team handball is nothing like what you're thinking of.

  65. jm2375 (Infuse):

    Happy birthday Mike!

  66. al:

    stevem...left you a pm on facebook.

  67. al:

    ahouse...he is still hunting. but removed himself from psu.

  68. papajoe2:

    al, me purchase 3-D? I still have a basic cell phone. I just realized that one of the Olympic channels was in 3-D so I asked my wife if we have 3-D glasses. She told me that she brought home one from work but it doesn't work. Oooooohh...... you gotta buy 3-D. No wonda.

  69. al:

    ahouse...typically one bets in a friendly wager when the odds are pretty much 50-50. however, i do notice that you adhere to more of 20-80 ratio.

  70. al:

    ppj2...dat's what i thought. hahaha. so actually you were watching triple vision.

  71. Bryson:


    What do you mean by coming out? As in proclaiming his sexual orientation?

  72. Bryson:

    Never mind Al I read your response to A-House

  73. Padron:

    ST, Justin Alo no longer is assigned a jersey number. ???

  74. BG:

    Happy Birthday Bruddah Mike!!! You sure are a talented writer!

  75. Old School Dave:

    Good to hear that the Warriors will be housed in the dorms the first week of training camp, then at Pearl Harbor after that. Building camaraderie is one thing, but not being able to get enough sleep and rest due to sleeping on cots and poor living conditions (in the dance studios) is detrimental to the players. Read that a number of players caught colds and got sick in past training camps.

  76. d1shima:


  77. d1shima:

    Happy Birthday Braddah Mike!

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  79. mctruck:

    Dat kid, Alosi just runs over people....did he make contact with UH 1st, before UH asked to tawk2 him ladat?

  80. mctruck:

    Happy Birthday, Mike!!

  81. A-House:

    OK, al:

    jus betweeen us, I say Alosi will sign/play for UH - what say you?

  82. A-House:

    al: win or lose, I like Maple Garden luch buffet!

  83. d1shima:


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  85. Ipu Man:

    Ryan Lochte BANNED from showing signature stars and stripes smile on the podium to collect America's first gold medal

  86. Ipu Man:

    Lady Andrade gives Abby Wambach a black eye in Olympics soccer...

  87. al:

    ipu man...don't they know its not a sucker punch. that's a classic case of "false crack".

  88. al:

    winehouse...a story of tragedy of a loss of one of a kind talent.

  89. al:

    ahouse...maple's sounds good. but, i'd have to use a cheat meal on this. i am saving them for the tailgates you see.

  90. al:

    bryson...i knew i'd hook someone with that comment.

  91. al:

    bryson...the mystery man revealed. here he is ? recruit...

  92. Hodad:

    Why did UH need permission to talk with a Penn State player? I wouldn't give them (PSU)the time of day. Their players are ALL free agents. Don't need permission from anyone to do anything.

  93. al:

    ever get false cracked?

  94. al:

    hodad...some code of ethics must be in place. afterall, aren't we trying to get them on our fb schedule?

  95. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Happy Birthday Brother Mike!

    al -

    Add me to that hook! What's up with that?

  96. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Alosi has alotsa talent. Hope we see him on our team.

  97. Da Punchbowl Kid:


  98. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    100! (minus two)

  99. HiFlyer:


  100. HiFlyer:


  101. al:

    dpk...r u experiencing a whooossshhh moment?

  102. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    If it makes you happy that I am, then yes. If it doesn't, then no.

  103. turfwar:

    My guess for the late recruit trying to get in for this fall is John Manu-Olevau. Talked to his Uncle at the Punahou-Kamehameha State girls match at the Blaisdell last winter and he mentioned John was motivated to work towards acceptance into UH this fall to time it with his sister entering her first year with the Wahine.

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  106. al:

    turfwar...that's the best mystery of them all.

  107. al:

    he could help open the floodgates from laie to manoa.

    ...and speaking red raiders.
    now if only tigi hill could find his way back home we could have an all kahuku linebacking crew.

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  109. al:

    annually, if we could land two to three recruits from the big four local schools and another 4-5 from the rest of the state we could rule the mwc.

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  111. turfwar:

    Al, John looked like he's ready to start right now. He had obviously worked very hard to stay in shape. I hope he makes it.

  112. d1shima:

  113. BigWave96744:

    John Manu-Olevao was first recruited by JJ in 2007. Greyshirted, then spent 3 years at Fresno City College. I thought he went to West Oahu College, too. He missed the entire Mack regime.. Does that dude still have any eligibilty left?

  114. Ipu Man:

    Back to school, back to football.
    Teachers getting ready. Trainers.
    Cheerleaders. btw, who washes the dirty jerseys
    and jockstraps? Does UH have a laundry?

  115. 8toda0:

    Coke Brennan? Embarrassing.

  116. BigHiloFan2:

    boy iffa Tia and her bro got on da teams weeda have a killa bunch of kanak samoas.

    an i mean killaz!

  117. BigHiloFan2:

    nice hando. but yu iz crakt fo sua.

  118. BigHiloFan2:

    bro Mike.

    happy birfday! hip hippy Happy!

  119. PIAA DS:

    #32 - most of the newer rails are almost as quiet as air....but about the day care, smart people will find places to build day care centers near the stops. My friend did that in the DC area, he had one center in the burbs, then he got financing and he put 3 of them within 2 blocks of the metro stations and the guy retired last year, 48 years old, a millionaire. He also offered free parking to parents who dropped off the kids, walked to the rail and took it to work. If I had money I'd do it.

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  121. wafan:

    Looks like the kids had a super day at school.

    Teachers, too!

  122. wafan:

    Happy birthday Brother Mike!


  123. wafan:

    Park-and-Ride lots will be crucial at a lot of the larger rail stations.

    If the city plans correctly they will provide free parking to encourage folks to use rail.

  124. wafan:

    The complaints about rail noise . . . apparently they have not ridden on the new systems or they just are against rail.

  125. wafan:

    Looking forward to the new Warriors and major team bonding.

    Go Warriors!

  126. Derek:

    Mililani High School recently dedicated their new field turf. Now we can have great OC16 OIA football on a nice green field rather than a muddy field all the time. They also re-did the track which was one of the best in the state. Too bad they didn't re-work the seating, but maybe that's for another time.

    P.S. Will Darnell Arceneaux be helping out at training camp? Just got my complimentary issue for Power Sweep in the mail today. Time is flying so fast. With about 2 weeks of Olympics, baseball still going, NFL camps and exhibition games, plus WGC Bridgestone golf and PGA championship in 3 weeks to keep us occupied, Sept. 1 is really around the corner.

  127. tommui:

    #119 PIAA DS My experience using subways, I find that steel on steel like the NY subways are really noisy; the same for Chicago's system. OTH the rubber wheel ones such as found in some European countries - are really quiet.

    Often wondered if the Seattle's monorail would be better for Honolulu

  128. Kevin:


    Thank you again for the help in getting the "wheels" moving. Hopefully the next few days/weeks are fruitful.

  129. RedZone:

    I remember riding the monorail from Tokyo to the airport many years ago and I can't remember it being noisy. The trains had that clack clack noise. The bullet train was the best. That thing could fly and the noise was'nt as loud. It was kinda like riding on an airplane.

  130. tommui:

    #128 Kevin - no problem - just make sure I get a couple of season tickets!

  131. Jin:

    Yes, the rail system in Japan is fantastic and there are toilets at every station even small stations in the country. Here in Hawaii NO TOILETS AT THE STATIONS!!! Hawaii cannot even keep the toilets open at the main bus terminal and in Wahiawa because no money for security.

  132. Jin:


  133. Jin:


  134. papajoe2:

    I was against H3 but, wow, what a difference in time savings.

  135. mo808:

    Anthony Alosi looks like a winnah! I hope he choose Hawaii! Happy Birthday braddah Mike!

  136. BigHiloFan2:

    I like we hoping da Italian might come play fo us. i hope solo.


  137. BigHiloFan2:


    howzit howzit. onna a budget this year. planning fo da Tgates. Thanks for asking about coming to joint Pearl/Hickam. not in da plans. but tings could change.

    keep up da fight, brudda!

  138. BigHiloFan2:

    I looking at Alosi. Saw his parents Peter and Sheryl. from NJ, but maybe da grandpa was from California. He looks like Italian. but could he be Poly? definitely BIG. would be magical if he comes Hawaii.

  139. d1shima:

  140. papajoe2:

    They dropped baseball and softball and didn't include golf in the Olympics but they have syncronized diving? Anybody like join me at Waimea Bay tomorrow so we can practice our syncronized diving off the rock? JMO.

  141. BigHiloFan2:



    but i wasn't too interested in soccer b4, but i starting to really like soccer.
    neva seen women run soooo much b4, like somebody chasing dem.


  142. BigHiloFan2:

    dat 17 year old girl. gotta just love her. hope for the future.

  143. BigHiloFan2:

    Norm Chow.

    you think he's a control freak? :D

    whateva. I LOVE Chow Chow!

  144. BigHiloFan2:

    Penn State players leaving da coop. reality setting in. no bowl games 4 years. lessn schollies. Fera, their kicker, picked up a scholie offer from Texas. Bolden, 3rd string QB, going LSU. Redd, their RB, at USC and having his transcripts evaluated.

    have we made schollie offer? maybe get chance. hope Coach Demo got his mojo connected to da UH transcript eval team. hope UH no only work 8-4. prolly. good ting we got Rockne working wit Dr. Chow.

    Go Warriors!


  145. BigHiloFan2:

    USA Gymnasts mostly running into da mentals today. too sad.

  146. BigHiloFan2:

    i feel like..... empty....

    still yet, they are our guys.

  147. BigHiloFan2:

    Im hoping for GOOD NEWS from Justin Turner. and Mike Milovale. and Ronnie Fields.

    c'mon guys. you can do it. yes you can!

    Go Warriors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  149. papajoe2:

    BHF2, I think I read that a db also left PSU. I not too sure cuz I tink I get magnesia.

  150. oldtimer808:

    Does anyone know how many years John Manu-Olevao can play for UH. I'm happy that he will walkon. Another good player from Kahuku. I hope this is not some sort of rumor. I doubt Alosi will come to Hawaii but would be nice.

  151. BigHiloFan2:

    not gonna like dana go bodda sumbody else.

    PPJ2. you seen Phelps? das one awesome brudda.

    and i would like to see Manu Olevao play. das one great family pedigree. natural athletes. special sista.

    but the big separata for all athletes is da mind and what they do with their mind!

    and thats where Coach Chow separates the men from the men.

    Go Warriors!

  152. BigHiloFan2:

    oldtimer 808. we should ask Redzone. he seems to know all dat kine technical stuffs.

  153. kapakahi:

    John Manu-Olevao played for Fresno City College back in 2008 and 2009 seasons (#72 on rosters).

    SO....unless he was on a church mission and/or on military duty.....he would only have 1 to play 1 at most.....IF his eligibility clock started in 2008.

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  155. d1shima:

    Whoa! Leave it to the Olympics to make things so simple and clear....

    ...just walk up to the judges with cash in hand! Silva!

  156. chawan_cut:

    it's the final....

  157. chawan_cut:

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  159. d1shima:

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    Park-and-Ride lots will be crucial at a lot of the larger rail stations.

    If the city plans correctly they will provide free parking to encourage folks to use rail

  162. Cheap Beats By Dre:

    I hope this is not some sort of rumor. I doubt Alosi will come to Hawaii but would be nice .

  163. BigHiloFan2:

    kapakahi good job good job

  164. BigHiloFan2:

    the question is, can he help out 9/1? :D

  165. BigHiloFan2:

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  166. BigHiloFan2:

    great promo for the Warriors on the news tonite.

    g'nite all.

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  172. Slugger:

    Howdy from Victoria & Alfred Harbour in Cape Town!

    Good to hear Sterling Jackson will be good to go. Welcome Alosi! Hope everyone gets paperwork & grades together.

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  182. d1shima:

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  184. d1shima:

    It would be great to see that Warrior Walk really happen.

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  185. BigHiloFan2:

    Good morning Tsaikos everywhere.

    wow. Shane is a Dodger.

    and Norm Chow is a Warrior!

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