UH lands receiver

October 16th, 2012
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Wide receiver Marcus Kemp of Layton High in Utah has confirmed he accepted a scholarship offer from the Warriors.

"I really like the coaches and the program," Kemp said.

Kemp said he is 6 feet 4, 180 pounds and is capable of running 40 yards in sub-4.6 seconds.

Kemp said he turned down two other offers to commit to the Warriors.

Kemp said he received the UH offer this past weekend and accepted shortly thereafter.

* * * * * * *

Here are updates on former Warriors:

• Jeremy Bryant, cornerback — After UH's Pro Day in 2011, Bryant decided he was fit enough to try out for another team. He is now a police officer with the LAPD. "Football prepares you for a lot — the ups and downs, how to deal with the unexpected," said Bryant, who is married and has three children.

• Spencer Smith, safety — The Kell High graduate is back at his alma mater as a special education teacher. Last year, he was an assistant coach with the football team and head coach of the girls' varsity basketball team. This year, he coaches Kell's varsity linebackers, and is head coach of both the boys' JV basketball team and wrestling team. Next year? He hopes to be back teaching and coaching in Hawaii. He is an applicant at three OIA schools.

• Ryan Henry, receiver/punt returner — Henry is keeping busy as a football coach for a private school in Culver City and a PE instructor Overland Elementary. His surgically repaired ACL has healed, and he has received some interest from indoor football teams.

• Shane Austin, quarterback — After a successful stint in the Indoor Football League, Austin has been invited to training camp by the Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League. Camp starts in February. In the meantime, Austin is an instructor with football clinics run by former NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia. Austin also is involved in his father's soon-to-be-launched development program for football and baseball players.

317 Responses to “UH lands receiver”

  1. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Somewhere in the top 5?


  2. WWF:

    1st?


  3. madeinhawaii:

    Nice to see the guys doing well.


  4. tommui:

    ST - thanks for the updates on our Warriors - where they are now.

    You mean I was #1 today - beating out WWF, AL et al?


  5. madeinhawaii:

    I read the whole article before realizing that no one had posted.. LOL.. dang.. I could have been first.. I could have been a contender...


  6. lurker Ron:

    Top 5!


  7. madeinhawaii:

    interview with Alex Green and his new Coach...

    http://www.packers.com/media-center/videos/Mike-McCarthy-Show-with-Alex-Green/b2c5926b-40d0-4cfb-ab48-ce3087f41c4e


  8. greenthumb:

    #8 Happy Tuesday!


  9. al:

    tommui...good to be first once in awhile. it keeps you hungry.


  10. WWF:

    Alema Tachibana pleads not guilty to DUI, gets suspended indefinitely until his scheduled hearing, (which is scheduled after Dunnachie's hearing.) Tachibana's hearing is postponed because the Police officer calls in sick. So his suspension continues until his rescheduled hearing, which is late November, while those who plead guilty are penalized three games.

    Justice in the system and for breaking team rules need to be re-visited. Shouldn't the guilty penalty should be more severe than the not guilty plea?

    If he should be found guilty, THEN punish him. But then, he has already been penalized six games. Let him play.


  11. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, Gang!

    During this past Georgia Force season, Moniz met up with Spencer, out here in Georgia. Never got a chance to see Spencer at a game, though.


  12. al:

    good to see those nice young men become successful in life.

    i remember ryan henry and zach masch came one sunday to give inspiration to our congregation and in particular the youth groups.


  13. al:

    st...wasn't ryan henry a wide receiver?


  14. (Jesse) James:

    Good morning Tsaikos!!!

    Woo Hoo...top 20!!!


  15. (Jesse) James:

    I like the "Where are they now?" segment. Maybe ST can do this for other former players from years and years ago...I mean, as far back as al's and gramp's time....LOL

    Good to hear the successes of the young men too....


  16. madeinhawaii:

    If the Warriors do not win the last three games of the season, I would expect season ticket sales for the following season to drop even more. That won't bode well for the athletic department.

    Next season starts off tougher than this one, too. If we don't do well next season and Chow's contract isn't extended, he will be trying to recruit with only 1 season left on his contract... BUT, if they extend his contract while on a losing note, that might lead to a lot of fan complaints, as well.

    I hope he turns things around by the end of this season, or we could be in a no win situation going into the off-season.


  17. MattyBoy:

    Hey Al,

    It's ok Al there's no need to take me to lunch....the bet was no biggie although I still would have taken you to lunch had I lost...I really dont like betting against UH as I never like to see them lose, but they're just horrible this year....why is that???? you think theyll ever bounce back??! It'll still be cool though if we can eat....Lunch on me


  18. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY RONNIE !!!


  19. Wes'side Warrior:

    Happy birthday, Ronnie!!!


  20. al:

    matty boy...one day we lunch. should be good fun talk story. maybe a birdie or two will join us, yah?


  21. Chciken Grease:

    Ohayoooooooooooooogozaimasu!!!!!!!!!

    Yappari tanjobi, Ronnie!!!!!!!!!!

    Sigh. Tuesday.


  22. Chciken Grease:

    Heh. A Grease gets BLACKJACK today, 21!!!!!!!


  23. al:

    j/j...i believe my memory is by far more efficient than your gramps. i have a lot more capacity to recall.

    on saturday, he couldn't even remember how he spilled all that tailgate food on his shirt.


  24. al:

    happy birthday ronnie girl!


  25. Independent Thinker:

    On the issue of recruiting:
    It's interesting how chow seems to think the grass is greener on the other side of the Pacific while chow's mainland counterparts at Notre Dame, USC, Stanford, and other big name programs think the grass is greener here in Hawaii in terms of QB's and LB's.

    On the issue of the haka:
    The haka is a new zealand thing. Get rid of it. It's silly. Most of our Polynesian players are Samoan, Tongan, and Hawaiian. These groups did not perform a haka before battle. They went straight to the deed.

    On the issue of qb's:
    Higgins should start. chow should get over his prejudices and small mindedness and start the guy with the best skill set and the biggest fight.

    On the issue chow:
    Chow is an old dog past his fighting prime. He knows it, we know it, but no one wants to admit it.

    On the issue of the future:
    The team is loaded with talent. You only need to know how to use it. chow has a set of keys to a ferrari, but he doesn't know how to get the car started. A coach with a lot of fight in him would know how to start the hot rod we have in the current crop of players. Stop making excuses for chow, and only then can UH get back into the winner's seat.


  26. madeinhawaii:

    Eh Ronnie's birthday? ... as in Tafoya?

    Happy Birthday!


  27. Chciken Grease:

    Great letter to the SA Editor, Warriors fighting against the odds" by one Denny Ono . . . from Pauoa Valley.

    Knew there was support there. ;)


  28. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Did UH write a new contract and change it from 5 to 3 years for Chow?

    Last I read and as MOST head coach contracts go, it was FIVE years, not 3.

    http://www.hawaiireporter.com/uh-releases-norm-chows-contract-wont-disclose-his-salary/123


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  30. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    IT -

    The haka has a Hawaiian name - the Ha'a. Ha'a are movements used to both prepare for battle and to teach Hawaiian martial arts. I believe the dance used by the Warriors is an homage to the Ha'a, and would be very appropriate for our Warriors to perform before and or after each game. Having fans learn an abbreviated version to perform in the stands as kind of cheer might be a good idea.

    Of course, it all boils down to fan/player/coach preference, but make no mistake, the Ha'a/Haka is a deeply rooted Polynesian tradition, often associated with Warriors.


  31. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Happy Birthday to Ronnie, Warrior Princess!


  32. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Thanks for the updates Mr. Tsai. Good to see the guys doing well.


  33. Capitolist/WassupDoc:

    If you have any opinions on whether President Greenwood should be kept on the job until July, 2015, then be sure to vote on-line here at the Star-Advertiser by 4 pm today.

    The Board of Regents needs to re-evaluate their support for the University of Hawai`i President given the events which have occurred over the past couple of years - not just the "Wonder Blunder" - as well as the controversies surrounding Jim Donovan, Virginia Hinshaw, Norm Chow, Greg McMackin, Tom Apple, and NCAA conference re-alignment issues.

    There are other significant issues dealing with professional services contracts which also need to be addressed.

    The "failure to communicate" and the overall lack of transparency indicates that the President does not understand the environment in which she now lives & works. The University System - especially the Manoa campus - is one of Hawai`i's outstanding icons of greatness comparable to Diamond Head and the Arizona Memorial.

    Back to sports - sorry we won't be able to go to the exhibition baseball games this week - tickets for 25 films being shown at the Hawai`i International Film Festival are/were in my walltet plus tickets for three volleyball matches and a football game during the ten-day Festival.

    GO GIGANTICS - win the World Series!!!! By the way, Duane Kurisu, the owner of ESPN 1420 & 1500, is a minority owner of th San Francisco team - and plus he's also a board member of the highly controversial Public Land Development Corporation and is one of 49 members of the 2013 Pro Bowl planning committee. Perhaps those of you who are unhappy with some of the facilities at Aloha Stadium should communicate directly with him about your improvement suggestions.

    Off to work for a couple of hours before we head on over to the Dole Cannery Theatres this afternoon. BTW - check out to see if The Iran Job is going to be shown again. It's about a professional basketball team in Iran featuring Kevin Sheppard, a talented American player who was not quite good enough to be selected by an NBA team after college.


  34. AlaWai:

    The haka is of Maori origin and dates back to pre-western contact time. It is therefore Polynesian in nature. If the players wish to perform it as a pre-game prepetory ritual, let it be so. http://www.aussiepete.com/2008/07/history-of-haka-tribute-to-my-new.html


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  36. Independent Thinker:

    Alawai and DPK:

    And where did the maoris come from. And then after answering that question, where did the tahitians come from. And then after answering that question, where did the marquesans come from. And there you have it. The cradle of polynesia - where polynesian culture, language, political systems. land tenure systems, traditions, and practices were developed. In the cradle of polynesia, we did not perform a haka or a haa before war. We went straight to the deed. In Tonga, war drums were used to announce imminent war. In Samoa, same. Choo hoos were heard, then battle unsued. Same in marquesas. In the cradle of Polynesia, no group performed ritualistic dances like the haka or haa which would not scare any Samoans or Tongans. Sticking out your tongue is not intimidating, in any culture.


  37. AlaWai:

    Dr. Chow was not hired to play the game. He is charged with coaching and not being a cheerleader. He has assembled an impressive group of assistant coaches. The selection committee knew what kind of football Dr. Chow would be installing at UH. It chose to abandon R&S football in favor of a pro system. I believe he and his coaches are better judges of talent and skill than any of us on the island. The school is giving him three
    years to see if it works. If it doesn't then so be it. They will make that decision at renewal time.
    I believe the school is proud of what the teams have accomplished till now. I also believe it wants to avoid the embarrassment of the Sugar Bowl and wants the team to contend for championships. If UH is going to compete in football, why not do it at the highest level, whether it be BCS or a playoff system. It is a long term goal.
    We as fans will always want success. We want it now. However, we do not have the megabucks to build the facilities of the SEC teams or the deep pocket alumni to finance them. Unlike some schools in less expensive states, we must accomplish these things in the state with the highest cost of living and construction costs.
    I believe in Dr. Chow and his staff's ability to attract top level athletes to play in Hawai`i no matter where they come from. The world is our recruiting field.
    Like everyone attending the games I am disappointed when we lose. However, I enjoy watching the individual battle of each play. I enjoy the progress from game to game of the young Warriors who proudly wear Hawai`i on their jerseys. I enjoy their commitment and unity. They may not be winning right now, but they are representing Hawai`i nei with class and sportsmanship. I do believe the victories will come and with it accolades and championships. In the past many have criticized the way we have won, the teams behavior on and off the field. I believe we are seeing the development of fine young men on and off the field. Most of the team will not go on to the NFL, but all of them will always be Warriors and Sons of Hawai`i. I will support the Warriors and I will shout Imua! Forward with them.


  38. Jun Tao:

    Any word on Greg Alexander (QB)? Hope he is doing well. I thought that he was on the brink of a breakout season until the injury.


  39. AlaWai:

    Aloha I.T. You are missing the point. The TEAM asked to do the Ha`a.


  40. Rodney:

    #25 Respectfully disagree ,
    What are your thoughts based on?
    Coach has stated over and over how
    important local recruiting will be!!!!!!!!!
    Why.not try for so cal recruits?We need
    more talent!!!!!!
    The Haka! Really!!!! Is it that important?
    As for old dog.I recall S.T said he is at the
    office at 4am.
    As for Qb I trust Coach knows best!
    The losses are frustrating ! We will get there!
    I can't believe how some can't see How lucky
    these players are to be around the coach.


  41. méthode argent:

    Super !


  42. islandman:

    Run and shoot fans, Jones is having tough run and shoot season at SMU at 2 wins 4 losses.
    He could win maybe 3 or 4 more games out of six remaining, maybe more.


  43. lava:

    Chow sucks, and it isn't necessary to give him 3 years to prove the point.

    This is the worst transition instigated by a new coach in a long long time. I can't even think of a single comparison.


  44. madeinhawaii:

    IWWTHM

    I read a few forum bits that stated he was on a 3-year contract. I guess they were wrong. Thanks for that clarification. I thought maybe they offered him a shorter term based on his age. Thanks...


  45. Kevin:

    Coach Chow’s contract has always been for three years. Pretty sure of that because when he was first hired and I heard 3 years, I was expecting 5 years.


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  47. A-House:

    where are they now?

    we met Adam Leonard at the UHAA tailgate party in San Diego.

    seems fit as ever, but injuries have taken its toll and he indicated "retiring" from playing football at the professional level

    now a grad student at Azusa Pacific where he hopes to land a GA position with their football team - send some outstanding players to UH!!!!!!!!

    also, he is a newly wed and happy, happy!!!!!


  48. madeinhawaii:

    Okay.. now I'm confused.. 3 years or 5 years. If 3 years, we may end up having a lame duck situation going...


  49. gigi-hawaii:

    It's wonderful how some former players are doing so well in life. I really enjoy this type of post, ST.

    If you know more about former players, please add to it so we will all be apprised.


  50. Rodney:

    I too believe its 3 years.
    JJ has it rough,Probably going get out
    soon.Finding it hard not having a physical
    style of offense against those tough Texas
    schools.


  51. jimmy the lock:

    Samoans have the Sake and Ailao war dance. There could be others. Tonga also have traditional war dances. We haven't time traveled to back in the day Samoa or Tonga so just need to rely on word of mouth.


  52. Kevin:

    When Chow was hired I thought that he should have been given 5 years, 4 at minimum.

    I dunno how state employee contracts work, and in this case of UH coaches. I know 5 is the max UH coaches can get and even the long-timers like Dave Shoji and Bob Coolen are and have been on 5 year contracts.

    3 felt too short of a time, but perhaps UH didn’t want to feel locked down to 5 based on past experiences.

    I dunno.


  53. tommui:

    CAPITOLIST/ @33 what poll at the SA? I can't find it.


  54. jimmy the lock:

    @tommui

    Stay under the editorials in the online paper.


  55. Independent Thinker:

    Jimmy,

    Uce, if that is what you are, the ailao is a recent development (1950s or 60s). Created to entertain mainlanders at the Hilton and Aggie's (WWII), uce. As for the so called Sake, never heard of it and no mention of it in any published histories of Samoa or Tonga. If you tried to ailao on the battle field, you would make an excellent target for a spear hurled at you by a skilled Polynesian warrior like Higgins.


  56. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Kevin,

    The contract is for 5 years. I think there was maybe some speculation and confusion elsewhere.

    It would be crazy for a school do give anything under 4 IMO.


  57. jimmy the lock:

    That's the thing, published history, go time travel and find out more.


  58. Wes'side Warrior:

    Gotta scroll down a bit, Tommui. Halfway down, below the Editorials section, and above "Today's Columns" and the Blogs menu.


  59. (Jesse) James:

    #53 Tommui...on the SA website is the poll question asking whether MRC should keep her job until 2015.


  60. AlaWai:

    Dr. Chow has five years.
    http://www.hawaiireporter.com/uh-releases-norm-chows-contract-wont-disclose-his-salary/123


  61. jimmy the lock:

    Always thought Chow's contract was for 5 years.


  62. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Here is the actual contract which clearly states a term of 5 years.

    http://www.hawaiireporter.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Notice-to-Requester-Jim-Dooley-Hawaii-Reporter-Norm-Chow-Contract.pdf


  63. (Jesse) James:

    under the Editorials section ... :-)


  64. san jose warrior:

    Isn't Denny Ono Coach Chows son-in-law?


  65. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Happy (real) Birthday Ronnie! YeeHaw!!!


  66. jimmy the lock:

    Okey den, going self-hypnotize and see if I can drift to southeast asia and follow the homo sapiens migration patterns to the vast Pacific. Will let you know in a few thousand years what I find, or when I wake up.


  67. Independent Thinker:

    Jimmy,

    Those who can, do; those who can't, they feign exasperation and talk about time travel.


  68. (Jesse) James:

    And a big Happy 29th Birthday to Ronnie!!! :-)


  69. Capitolist/WassupDoc:

    The poll is on the website in the editorial section. It's also on Pg. 2 upper left in the (real) paper, but only on-line votes count.


  70. d1shima:

    A-house,

    Thanks for the Adam Leonard 411.

    btw, APU is a four-year University and won't be inclined to "send over" any players. In fact, former Warrior Victor Santa Cruz has been the HC for awhile now and doesn't seem to recruit Hawaii much at all.


  71. belote:

    Super !


  72. letsgowarriors:

    we get a verbal from a 6'4 WR from Utah?


  73. LizKauai:

    Happy Birthday, Ronnie!

    Happy Healing Energy to all who ail ...


  74. Independent Thinker:

    A person with a shallow, superficial knowledge and understanding about facts, who goes to sleep, will wake with a shallow, superficial understanding about these same facts. Why would you expect otherwise?


  75. Hawaiian shirt:

    Thank you for the blog. Very informative, keep up with the good work!


  76. MattyBoy:

    Sounds good Al!


  77. Rodney:

    Imua warriors!!!!!!!!!!!
    Lanikila!!!!!!!


  78. papajoe2:

    So, we're hiring a mainland firm for our athletic director's job? I want the best man for the job, but to me anyway, that person needs to know and understand the local people. Sure, I want changes for the better, but the new AD needs to know how not to rub people the wrong way and yet, get his point across with his new vision.


  79. Pomai:

    Independent Thinker whether you agree or dis-agree with the team doing the Ha'a really doesn't matter, it's the student-athlete decision if they do it or not, you have no say in the matter one way or the other. So just accept it for what it is. Also you do need to do a little more research into what the Ha'a is.


  80. tommui:

    Winston Churchill lead Great Britain from the darkest days in World War II to the final victory in Europe.

    Despite his leadership, for whatever reason(s), he lost the confidence of the voters in the election.

    Whatever President Greenwood may have done for the University of Hawaii, she apparently has lost the confidence of many of the people in Hawaii.

    Even if she should survive the vote of the Professional Assembly and/or the Regents, she would be essentially a lame-duck.

    Thanks for all the help about the SA vote. While I did not find the poll in the Editorial section, it appeared in the Home section of the SA on-line.


  81. madeinhawaii:

    Did they use a mainland search organization to hire a new Dean of General Sciences? Did they even hire one, yet? I understand, per MRC Greenwood, that that's a much higher priority so I would expect as much. As such, I haven't see any news on it.


  82. SAWARRIOR:

    every time someone types "SA" i tink deh referring to me. :-(

    i vote we change the Star-Advertiser's (SA) name to Honolulu-Bulletin, "HB" has a nice ring to it. :-)


  83. westwind:

    ST,
    We haven't been seeing Ben Yee, of Na Koa, along the UH sidelines. Hope he is in good health.


  84. Bleed Green and White:

    - Spoiled rotten! I think that's what some UH Football fans have become. I say that in relation to the quarterback position.
    Dan Robinson, Timmy Chang, Nick Rolovich, Colt Brennan, Greg Alexander, Bryant Moniz....they all posted some huge numbers as Hawaii's signal caller, in a completely different system.
    As fun as it was, and trust me, I LOVED IT....damn it was exciting.

    With that said, in the current system, Chow is asking his QB to be a game manager more than anything else. It'll stay that, until the program recruits talent to fit this system around the QB.

    Per say, I am not a fan of the current pro-set system. To me, it's boring, old, slow and not very entertaining.

    However, I am of the opinion that a man has to be allowed to do his job. So, I for one am committed to believe in the efforts of Norm Chow. His track-record almost forces me to believe he knows exactly what he's doing.

    Do I believe Sean Schroeder could play in the previous offense the past 14 seasons....? Absolutely not.
    I will say this though, that could has my respect, because every game he gets physically beat up, and he keeps popping up and fighting. I appreciate that! I appreciate his effort. How can you not....?

    That's my point.

    I'm a die hard UH Football fan / supporter, season ticket holder since 1979, haven't missed a home game since 1981, I will be there again, and I will cheer for the home team.


  85. Keoniana439:

    It's good to hear that former Warriors are doing well. Playing football is such a short time in their lives and I'm glad the University of Hawaii has prepared them to be best they can be. Good Luck!


  86. Stephen Tsai:

    Not to dismiss a colleague, but that column runs every year. Yes, yes, it is not a revelation that schools from the mainland come to Hawaii to recruit. That's been going on for decades. Think Mosi Tatupu. Think Duane Akina.
    And, yes, UH has been hitting up local recruiting pretty hard. This is I know.
    As for the offense, they could use the four-wide offense this year but it's not the offense that will be run next year or the year after or the year after that So, might as well bite the bullet now and adjust.
    Just remember, none of the finalists was a four-wide coach. And, just remember, the AD and the committee did not invite Rolo to participate.


  87. Stephen Tsai:

    Chow runs a specific system. There have been variations, but it is essentially the same system.
    The time to object would have been in December.
    And, by the way, it is a five-year contract.
    All other reports are incorrect.


  88. Bleed Green and White:

    Thank you Mr. Tsai.
    Nor did Miano get invited to the interview process.

    Mainland schools have been recruiting Hawaii forever, it sure as hell didn't start with Te'o and Mariota.


  89. Bleed Green and White:

    Seems someone at the paper has a "Manti Crush".....


  90. letsgowarriors:

    tsai, can u confirm this WR verbal? thanks.


  91. Chicken Grease:

    Stephen Tsai Says:
    October 16th, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    Chow runs a specific system. There have been variations, but it is essentially the same system.
    The time to object would have been in December.
    And, by the way, it is a five-year contract.
    All other reports are incorrect.

    Right on, right on.

    Thought Chow's contract was "3-5" years, though, "depending on"; not that a Grease is complaining. :)

    Go Warriors!!!!!!!!


  92. Stephen Tsai:

    I specifically told people in the search they needed to invite Miano to the interviews.
    I told them it didn't matter if they pretended to take notes or whether they doodled on pads. But it would have been just good manners to invite Rolo and Miano. Didn't mean they had to be picked. Didn't mean they should be serious candidates. But they were owed a chance to speak.
    I think Chow will be successful. He's a good coach. Smart guy. These things take time.
    If a person stays the course, things work out.
    Hey, Hugh Yoshida was a horrible AD when he first started. A few years later, he was a very good AD. Stay the course. Don't panic.


  93. Stephen Tsai:

    I think what happened was somebody in our paper mistakenly wrote three years, and we were all good-mannered enough not to correct him.
    But, yes, it is a five-year contract.
    $550,000 per year.


  94. Shoko:

    I think its incorrect not to correct when someone is incorrect.


  95. madeinhawaii:

    Ah.. okay.. no need to worry about "lame duck" status for the time being.. that's at least one sack of sand off of the shoulders...


  96. RedZone:

    I would not be surprised if Bob Davie recruits Hawaii. When he was at Notre Dame he told Jason how impressed he was with a center named Ching who played for UH. Davie was the DC at Texas A&M when he saw Shawn.

    I think UH has produced a lot of really good centers and we got another coming up.


  97. primo888:

    Whats good about Chow, is he hasnt thrown anyone under the bus. He says his boys suck it up and are working hard. It would be easy for him to say that he's got the wrong talent to run his offense, but hasnt brought it up as an excuse. We will have to go thru the growing pains with him.


  98. Stephen Tsai:

    Letsgo:
    They are interested in a couple of receivers out of Utah, but none has committed.


  99. letsgowarriors:

    ic thanks. false rumors again. its not baker, but this other WR from Utah.


  100. Stephen Tsai:

    Shoko:
    I agree.
    And that's why Ryan Henry is back to being a receiver.


  101. d1shima:

    Yikes! The NaKoa parking not looking so good anymore.

    http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/19837431/truck-hits-overpass-near-aloha-stadium-police-close-off-ramps


  102. Stephen Tsai:

    letgo:
    You're correct that they are interested in both the guys you're thinking of, but as of 2 minutes ago, neither has committed. I think UH might be getting some soft commits, but nothing will be finalized until January.


  103. Chicken Grease:

    Do you sports reportes have "sports reporters" meetings at SA, Mr. Tsai? What can you tell us fine people -- Tsaikos, Tsaikaidas, all -- about them?


  104. st. anthony trojan:

    Strange that another coach with the first name mike..is leaving football... mike holgrem.. 4 super bowl rings..plus gads of divisional titles under his hefty belt..
    And now leaving as president of the browns.. with a very dismal record the past few years..
    he hired a COACH and who would have question his choice ... surely he has credentials.. mike i mean,,,yet some thing goes haywire within the system itself.. and the results are just not there..and this are pro teams maybe with an unlimited budget (with salary cap) and still cant produce..
    so..the naysayers..get off mikes case.. give him some thread... as they say..(a few years) n if he hangs himself ...at least only his pride will be hurt...i have a faith..he has a plan.. and my apologies to his ohana and especially grand kids.. they should not have to hear this BS about his ability...not comparing him to the above mike.. just the same first names...and the ups and downs of any sport...the browns..what a great history.. who can forget otto graham...jim brown..plus other..and now..looking up from the pits.. is where uh is now..in the pits looking up.. n there is the rub...they are all to me looking up...remember when you throw mud...you will loose ground...IMUA


  105. Chicken Grease:

    * that's "sports reporters" not "sports repotes".

    Do you prefer to be identified as a "writer" vs. "reporter" Stephen?


  106. letsgowarriors:

    thanks.


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  108. letsgowarriors:

    my dude had 2 INTs this past weekend, too bad UH dont want him.


  109. Stephen Tsai:

    Re: Tachibana.
    Timing is everything.
    Shutter actually suffered a way longer punishment than Dunnachie because he was arrested in April, so he missed the final four weeks of spring training.
    There has been confusion under terms of violation. In fact, none of these incidents are being addressed as part of the student code of conduct. These are all being addressed as violations of team rules. And one of the team rules, specifically noted in print and in lectures, is: Do not get arrested.
    As set by Dunnachie's and Shutter's punishments, further punishments, or lack of, are based on the resolution of charges. But it has become somewhat apparent that the state is using — oh, what's the phrase? — so-called dick moves in delaying Tachibana's trial. If a guy's career depends on a trial, and he's ready to go to a trial but the state isn't, well, there should be some leniency involved. So that's why Tachibana is allowed to practice again. Even if acquitted, he probably has served enough punishment, as his season has been wasted. It's his own fault for being arrested; not having a speedy trial is not his doing, though.


  110. madeinhawaii:

    primo888:

    But isn't that kind of what Demo did at the Nakoa luncheon? At least it sounded that way from the reports we heard... "what can we do when we don't have the talent" ... or something along those lines?

    Maybe he didn't get the memo.


  111. d1shima:

    Do not get arrested.

    Recruit speed! :twisted: :shock: :mrgreen:


  112. Stephen Tsai:

    Mr. Grease:
    We do not have meetings.
    The only meetings involved union issues or computer seminars.
    Our inside guys — Arnett, Murayama, Goldstein, Edwards — do a good job of keeping us informed on space issues.


  113. d1shima:

    Some people are not happy with the reports about Warrior football.

    Maybe some help from the sponsors might change it up?

    http://politicker.com/2012/10/reporters-preparing-to-cover-debate-by-drinking-free-beer/


  114. Stephen Tsai:

    I didn't say UH didn't want him; I said he hasn't committed.
    The key to a good relationship is when somebody loves you back.


  115. Stephen Tsai:

    ... as of 10 minutes ago.


  116. obachan:

    @109 "speedy trial" - an oxymoron if there ever was one


  117. greenthumb:

    113 -- OT to your point but gotta say "'official beer' of the presidential debates"?! Well, that might clarify some stuff.


  118. Stephen Tsai:

    Hey, I went to the courthouse twice (mostly because I thought the trial was set for the morning). I'm sure the officer could have made it once.


  119. wafan:

    Happy real birthday to Ronnie!

    Sadly, it is not Saturday . . . but we are getting closer.

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  120. Chicken Grease:

    Stephen Tsai:
    October 16th, 2012 at 12:49 pm

    Mr. Grease:
    We do not have meetings.
    The only meetings involved union issues or computer seminars.
    Our inside guys — Arnett, Murayama, Goldstein, Edwards — do a good job of keeping us informed on space issues.

    I see, a Grease sees. True, true.

    Um. I just had this vision of you. Lewis. Reardon. Probably Kaneshiro, too. A few others, too. Discussing issues a la The Sports Reporters or The McLaughlin Group. No?

    Don't take this the wrong way, but . . . figured you guys WOULD meet. You gentlemen don't wan' be writing 'bout the same thing, eh?


  121. Stephen Tsai:

    I think it's interesting that Cayetano supporters were out waving near the stadium this past weekend.
    Now if if were really crowded, I'm sure people would have said: Darn, Ben, we need a rail.
    But since it was empty, it reinforced his position.
    Although it might have others thinking: Gee, why did the stadium hire so many parking attendants?


  122. Stephen Tsai:

    Mr. Grease:
    Reardon will give me a head's up if he's writing about UH football.
    I have no idea what Lewis will write, and I sit right next to him. He usually leaves the area to answer his calls. Then again, as long as I don't write about UH budgets or Manti, I'm fairly certain we won't be duplicating our efforts.


  123. Warrior Dave:

    83.westwind:

    October 16th, 2012 at 11:53 am
    ST,
    We haven't been seeing Ben Yee, of Na Koa, along the UH sidelines. Hope he is in good health.

    WestWind, It is my understanding that Coach Chow wanted to clean up the immediate area where the players stand. People like Ben Yee and others had their bench credentials taken away and if they wanted to remain on the field, have to stand where the others stand on the goal line to the 20 yard line. You will also notice that only a certain number of players are dressed for the game.

    Went looking for Graves and couldn't find him. Thought I read a report that he was sitting in the stands. My friends say he was eating at a tailgate, shortly after the Warrior Walk.


  124. Stephen Tsai:

    By the way, there is a scrimmage at 3:30 today. It involves all the non-starters. It's a good chance to see who's best: Taylor Graham, Jeremy Higgins, Ikaika Woolsey or Cayman Shutter.
    No, folks, David Graves is not a QB anymore.


  125. mikey:

    Aiea Overpass got hit again.

    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
    Honolulu police are closing the Aiea off-ramp near Aloha Stadium after a truck hit a pedestrian overpass causing it to collapse.There are reports that there is concrete on the freeway. Moanalua Road at the Pedestrian overpass fronting Aiea Elementary is closed in the east and west bound direction.

    Good Luck traveling West bound.


  126. Stephen Tsai:

    I think Na Koa folks can best articulate Mr. Yee's absences.
    As I understand it, his issues are related to Na Koa, not the coaching staff.


  127. mikey:

    Since there’s no UH Football this weekend. Might want to catch HIFF movie: “Tenchi” - Samurai Astronomer at 3:30 PM Saturday 10/20.

    Also at 8:15 PM “Castle Crossed Destinies” The infamous O-oku inner chambers story of Edo Castle were Lady Shogun rules and were hundreds of beautiful men serve the women.

    Both a little different kind of Samurai movie.


  128. Kevin:

    Rainbow Wahine Volleyball returns to action also plays Pacific on Saturday at 7pm.

    Before that, they take on UC Davis on Thursday at 7pm.


  129. Stephen Tsai:

    I was looking at next year's schedule.
    It seems there's a big window from the first Saturday in September until mid-November.
    I'm thinking, four home games in a 10- or 11-week period?


  130. mikey:

    I would go to see who's next best.

    But ST it's no use if they are not going to change QB or are they finally looking to?


  131. Shoko:

    I think "Beautiful men" and "dick moves" should be quotes of the day.


  132. madeinhawaii:

    Is that the same pedestrian overpass that a military vehicle hit a couple years ago?


  133. Stephen Tsai:

    UC Davis .... hmmm ... didn't somebody come from there?


  134. mikey:

    Does that mean David Graves no longer Receiver or on roster? That's bad news.


  135. Stephen Tsai:

    UH president poll:
    Not sure how to rate a university president.
    The only thing I can go by is the value:satisfaction ratio.
    Is the tuition affordable, and if if is, 1) Is the school providing sufficient services (classes, library hours), and 2) Does the school help you land a job?


  136. wafan:

    That Aiea pedestrian walkway keeps jumping out in front of vehicles.


  137. Kevin:

    Woah! All the more reason to head down to Manoa. Saturday's match vs Pacific will only be on PPV.

    Replay on OcSports on Sunday morning.


  138. Stephen Tsai:

    It means Graves is exclusively a receiver.
    Of course, people move up and down the depth chart. Right now, Scott Harding is the No. 1 slotback.


  139. wafan:

    Is it possible to pack someone in with UCD's baggage?


  140. mikey:

    Please don't tell me Ben is resigning from Na Koa too like Mr. Kobayashi did?


  141. Kevin:

    Wait what? Whats happening with UC Davis?


  142. Former UH Athlete:

    Got to review the game vs UNM... Here are my objective observations:

    1. Mike Edwards is awesome... period

    2. Chow opened the playbook up some more. Much more deep passes designed to stretch the defense. Only connected on one, but the deep throws backed the safeties out of the box.

    3. O-Line is improving! - Pass protection was pretty good and they were opening holes for Gregory/Lister

    4. D-line got dominated again - This is will be an issue for 2012 with all the injuries.

    5. LB corp is very young, but I like what I see - The two true Freshmen: #40 Garcia-Williams can really run and is going to be very good once he puts some weight on, #51 Lance Williams, and #36 Benny Fonua are going to be solid in the future.

    6. #25 Marrell Jackson is another true freshman that looks like he could be really good in the next few years. Most of his mistakes are freshman mistakes and will improve dramatically. He's got nice closing speed.

    7. Versus the option... Players are either losing their assignments (Falemalu got sucked in on the dive fake a several option plays where he was suppose to take the QB), or were hesitant to attack the QB or pitchman.

    8. Other than Stutzman, UH's WR corp is terrible. I counted 6 dropped passes vs UNM. Also, they are poor at blocking (see bubble screen plays that get blown up)

    9. Will Gregory will be a star under Norm Chow and he's improving at blitz pickup.

    10. UH is very solid at RB position (Gregory, Lister, Iosefa, and Lakalaka all look good when healthy)

    11. Stupid mistakes are killing UH - bad penalties, unforced fumbles were problem again

    12. UH has the 3rd worst turnover margin in the FBS and the defense has only forced 2 turnovers vs FBS teams.

    13. The more I watch Sean Schoeder, the more I think he's not that bad... He didn't have his best game vs UNM, but he's accurate under pressure and he's tough.

    Overall... I can't say enough that 2012 is going to be bad, but I see some true freshmen that look very promising. In most normal situations, many of Chow's freshmen would be redshirting their 1st year, but they have been forced into action. The good news is that they are getting valuable experience.

    Here are the 2012 True Freshmen that we all should be excited to see the next few years: Will Gregory, Ben Clarke, Jerrol Garcia-Williams, Benny Fonua, Marrell Jackson, Gus Lakalaka, Na'Quan Phillips all look promising.


  143. Kevin:

    Let me tell you about Mike Edwards...

    He almost got me killed.

    :lol:

    On Saturday, had this stupid idea to walk my outta shape okole from out nice field level seats in the north end zone up to the last row in the yellow on the sideline.

    Saw a lot of empty seats up there so I talked my friends into it.

    Wow. Better view of the action even though the players are TINY but a nice view of the plays as they happen.

    Anyway, as that kick return unfolded, was easy to see Edwards makng his cuts and knowing where to go.

    We all stood up and since the seats in front of you are at your feet in the yellow I almost tripped and felt like I was going over the edge.

    That yellow section is STEEP!!!!!


  144. mikey:

    Here’s a little synopsis from ‘Tenchi’ at HIFF

    In the early 17th century, Japan had severed ties with the rest of the world. During this time, Yasui Santetsu was a successful Go player who often performed demonstrations for the Shogun. In addition to mastering Go, Santetsu was also versatile in the arts of mathematics, surveying, and astronomy. With his knowledge for all three subjects, he was ordered by his clan chief to observe the North Star from vantage points throughout Japan for an accurate survey. During his travels he began to realize that the calendar Japan had used for centuries was fundamentally flawed. When Yasui returned, he began shouldering the monumental task of identifying and correcting those errors.

    But undertaking such a task was considered a direct threat to the Imperial authorities administering the calendar. Despite the danger of retribution from Imperials, Yasui formed a team and set out to the herculean challenges in celestial observation and calculation. TENCHI THE SAMURAI ASTRONOMER is the inspirational story of a man’s quest to take control of the Heavens and the Earth, thus creating a new calendar for the people

    If you watched NHK Drama. You’ll remember Aoi Miyazaki in this movie from NHK Drama ‘Atsu-hime’ few years back.


  145. wafan:

    Wow, 7 frosh.


  146. wafan:

    Kevin . . .

    Those are the best seats. Undercover and can see the plays develop.

    And, no worry! You would have stopped once you fell over the edge of the yellow and landed on the folks/seats below.

    Ouch!


  147. Stephen Tsai:

    Good report. I think you morphed Gus Lavaka and Steven Lakalaka, tho.


  148. Stephen Tsai:

    Kevin:
    I missed his return. I went to take a leak. (Leave a leak?)
    I mistimed the TV timeout.


  149. Former UH Athlete:

    Wait what... The Aiea overpass got hit again!?!?! Dang!


  150. SAWARRIOR:

    97. Listen to all of chow's postgame interviews, u will b surprised what u hear.


  151. maddog50:

    A lot of good comments along with some not so good. Norm Chow is a class act and he does know how to coach...it is proven. I believe once we stop learning and stopadjusting we stop living.....this will work out. Naysayers be damned....I just want these kids and yes they are kids to enjoy success, Norm Chow wants the same, that is what coaches do. So many coaches do what they can get away with just for the moment. As frustrated as I may be I do believe that Coach Chow is trying to establish this program....not smoke and mirrors. Patience is not something I am long on....I do know football and I am a devoted former Warrior and a current Warrior bigtime fan...I will be at CSU and for one reason to see our team victorious....and because I am a Warrior for life!!!!!


  152. mikey:

    Sean Schoeder I saw last week vs. New Mexico, he missed a lot of open receivers who were step or two out in front of defender for a TD

    We need to give another QB a chance to Win.

    Our 1st quarter is the pits. Gives us no chance for a come back.

    Unless you're like Manning vs. SD the other day. A Great Comeback.


  153. Former UH Athlete:

    @wafan,

    Those were the 7 that are showing me good potential. There are more freshmen, but they aren't playing.

    UH is very green this year (no pun intended). I think only 5 players are starting (prior to the injuries) from McMackin's first full recruiting class of 2009. I believe there's already more of Chow's partial 2012 class starting than Mack's first group of seniors/r-juniors.


  154. Wes'side Warrior:

    Kevin... your #143...

    That exact thing happened to me once, way back when! We always went up to yellow to watch the "X's and O's", as one of my uncles would say. Got excited and stood up on a play, and almost tripped. Felt myself "falling" forward... and then a hand grabbed my shirt and MADE me sit down! My legs were shaky the rest of the game... had a hard time walking all the way down and back to the truck after was pau.

    I will never forget that! I will also never bring any of my kids up into that section. Learned my lifelong lesson already. Once is enough for anyone in my family to experience it!

    That said, can't wait to move back home!


  155. madeinhawaii:

    BTW... how da kids going get to school now? Or get home? Run across the freeway?


  156. Stephen Tsai:

    I think McMackin did a good job recruiting in years 1 and 3.
    He over-recruited in year 2, and it hurt them, when other schools swooped in.
    They didn't really recruit much in year 4. I think they were awaiting a decision on an extension.


  157. Wes'side Warrior:

    Good ting no one was walking on da overpass when da buggah got nailed!


  158. Kevin:

    So what are the Vegas odds that they fix this thing by the next home game in three weeks??? :lol:


  159. wafan:

    That walkway will be repaired quickly and in time for the 2042 football season.

    No doubt once they find form a 49 member committee made up of community members, current and former students of AES, AIS and AHS, and anyone else in the world who wants to have input in monthly meeting over the course of 6 years to study the placement of the overpass and commission a study to find out why that particular walkway gets stuck seemingly more than others. Followed by an effort to appropriate $15,000,000 to hire an engineering firm to study and reaffirm what the previous 49 member committee discovered because by then the information will be considered out of date.

    Then, the state will be able to put out a bid. Eventually, the construction of the walkway will begin sometime in 2021 nearing completion sometime in 2025.

    Finally, a group will file a lawsuit demanding the state comply with environmental law with a full and complete EIS. Necessitating the contractor tear down the completed walkway while the highway is widened to 36 lanes with an underground pedestrian tunnel or a two-station teleporter.


  160. madeinhawaii:

    I think the lack of an extension hurt McMackin, too. But given his last year, I bet he would have picked the JC stocks clean and put together a solid working team. Too bad.. This is what we got now.. this is what we live with ... for now...

    Go Warriors!


  161. madeinhawaii:

    No forget.. the insurance company covering the truck driver will ask that the State provide them with appropriate ID for compensation.. meanwhile the State will demand a deposit for their reimbursement to be sent to an escrow company..


  162. Kevin:

    Construction could be underway as early as 2040, but then it will be discovered that the insurance forms from the gulity driver and his company were missing Form 4-120c and instead Form 4-120C (notice the capital "C" instead of the lower case "c") were submited and were notarized by a notary that had their license expire in 2015.

    Said notary will be deceased by then and a formal inquiry into the matter must now be presented to a panel of their peers.


  163. Former UH Athlete:

    @wafan, 2042 is being optimistic, they may magically find a heiau or puoa and that will push the project back another 5-10 years.


  164. DaveLetterMan:

    Hi Tsaikos!
    I believe the overpass that was hit is the one leading into the stadium and not the one the military hit a few years back.
    Little birdie told me the JJ wants to come back to coach UH and then retire in Hawaii.


  165. Former UH Athlete:

    UH had to "fire" McMackin... otherwise you end up with a lame-duck coach situation. Just look at what's happening at UTEP. UTEP is being cheap by letting Mike Price ride out his last year of his contract. The team has quit on him and the only thing worse than an inept coach is letting him stay long past his welcome. No good recruit will commit to a program when he know's the coach, his staff, and the offensive system won't be around next year.

    At least UH's players are still fighting and playing hard. If Mack was still around to ride out the contract, I would bet money that this team would quit and morale would be much worse, because they know the coach is gone next year.

    Just think of how bad 2013 would look if Mack coached this year, and recruits knowing that the coach and the run'n'shoot system won't be there when they arrive. That's why it's always better to dump a coach and change vs a lame-duck situation.

    Better to take the lumps now, versus letting UH drag in misery for 2-3 more years long than it needs to be.


  166. Ralph:

    the army hit the overpass (Kaonohi or Kaamilo) on the H1 freeway, today's incident involves Moanalua road fronting Aiea Elementary


  167. Former UH Athlete:

    To add on to my last comment #165...

    Would you bust your butt, and work your a$$ off for a crappy boss that you know will be gone soon?

    The hard workers will always work hard, but most will slack off or tune out the soon-to-be-gone boss/supervisor until he's gone.


  168. Ralph:

    slideshow of the overpass

    http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/slideshow?widgetid=65056


  169. Committed Road Warrior:

    Happy Birthday, Ronnie!


  170. mikey:

    Ralph good thing there's no UH game a lot of people will have to long jump the overpass to Aloha.


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  172. letsgowarriors:

    Wasn't talking about WR, but the JC FS


  173. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    IT -

    Have to respectfully disagree - the Ha'a is a dance using bended knees. Look at pictures of ancient Hawaiian boxers. Note their knees and posture - it's called the Ha'a stance, a deriviative of the same kind of dance used by olohe to master the art of lua. The same stance used by our Warriors in the Ha'a. There was traditionally a strong association between the masters of lua and the masters of hula, because many times, dance was used to teach lua moves. Similar to the Katas of Karate. Some kumu hula were also masters of lua and vice versa.

    There are many Polynesians who used ritual dance and chant to fire up prior to engaging the enemy. The Warriors don't do the Ha'a during the game, so your analogy isn't accurate. They dance before the game starts. Who would dance in mid battle?

    You mention the Maori - some oral traditions say that their ancestors were from Hawai'i. Some say it was the other way around. Either way, there is a very strong bond between the two cultures. The same can be said about all of the peoples of ancient Polynesia. Dance and warfare are just a couple of the many ties which bind us together.

    In the end, it reamins a matter for the players, fans and university to decide the Ha'a or Haka's value. But culture says it potentially has a place.


  174. oldie:

    #110 - Here is what I heard Demo say at the Na Koa lunch. Of course, I'm looking through rosé colored glasses:

    We have some really good players, but we don't have them in abundance. Therefore, we need all players to do their assignments on every play.

    He used USC as an example. With Woods and Lee, some of the other offensive players could screw up and they might still score because of Woods and Lee's individual talent. At Hawaii we don't have that luxury. We need 11 players on the same page. If every player does what they're supposed to do, we can have success. He went on to show us plays that illustrated that. The problem is consistency. He said its the coaches job to work with the players to get that consistency.

    That's what I heard. Someone who was there can correct me if that is not what Demo said.


  175. madeinhawaii:

    I dunno.. if Mack had his last year, he might have let his OC and DC shine ... I mean he'd still collect his paycheck, but it would be a great way to see his two prodigies take the ball and run with it. The players in turn would play their hearts out to try and help the two win the head coaching position. Unlike Utep, we still got 'Ohana', alive and well in Hawaii.


  176. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    #84 BGW -

    You speak my heart.


  177. madeinhawaii:

    You think they'll be able to fix the pedestrian game before the next home game? Or will all the Nakoa parkers at Aiea Elementary have to park somewhere else?


  178. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Jes have da students take school busses to school... oh wait... never mind. :oops:


  179. tommui:

    Former UH Athlete:

    Like your analysis of the football team and its components. Keep it up!


  180. madeinhawaii:

    That's a very, very busy section where that overpass is. Construction there is going to really inconvenience the neighborhood.


  181. wafan:

    Get some rope to put up a bridge between the two rnds. Kekos and BG can show them how. The kids would have a great time crossing. Coaches could meet the kids who show speed and agility.


  182. tommui:

    Oldie - didn't know you were attending the Monday Na Koa lunch.

    DPK - #173 - good statement.


  183. wafan:

    Former UH Athlete . . .

    Thanks for you obs and info!

    I believe we will have an awesome team in a couple of years.

    Things are looking up! Especially if you are stuck in the traffic at the used to be bridge.


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  185. letsgowarriors:

    #142 I believe the bubble that got blown up, was actually TE Clark Evans missing his block


  186. mo808:

    @23. al, I going back up gramps because he was wearing white t-shirt and I saw him slaving at the near the tailgate grills and cutting board (with his pahners). Cooks due tend to get food splashed even while sampling :)


  187. koakane:

    Ralph: October 16th, 2012 at 2:15 pm; the army hit the overpass (Kaonohi or Kaamilo) on the H1 freeway, today's incident involves Moanalua road fronting Aiea Elementary

    :lol: bridge is down so what is the koa anuenue going do about the perferred parking. wot ahouse need ride


  188. lava:

    My companion review of the NMSU game, to that of the alleged former UH athlete, is:

    1. Chow sucks.

    2. Chow runs the show his way, and now the team sucks.

    3. These players need good coaching, not a stubborn old fuut.

    4. Recruits are insane to go to UH. Chow has not given them a single reason to come here.

    5. Chow football is bring football. The run and shoot worked well here, and meant we were never out of a game. By contrast, Pomai's game predictions have become pointless because we are so far behind after 1 or 2 quarters that our opponents take the foot of the gas.

    6. No one pointed a gun to Chow's head and forced him to go all-in with this transition to the current schemes. Is he a 1 trick pony that he doesn't know how to win improvising until he has his recruits to suit his style.

    7. Lots of other coaches have inherited young players and are at least playing entertaining football. As but one example, Rolo has helped Nevada win the past two games with a back-up qb.


  189. lava:

    Sorry, "bring" is boring, as in Chow football is boring.


  190. BKekoa ( 9th isle):

    UNLV gonna whooop UH! It will be a bitter sweet game fo me since I live in Las Vegas & still a UH fan... But I also support da Rebels & dey are lookin pretty tuff.


  191. koakane:

    al: j/j...i believe my memory is by far more efficient than your gramps. i have a lot more capacity to recall. on saturday, he couldn't even remember how he spilled all that tailgate food on his shirt.

    come on al take it easy we all know if you neva had dem birdies you got nothing plus I can walk from our tgate to game and back while somebody had to move closer to stadium. say no more

    mahalo mo808


  192. koakane:

    my bad on #187 should be Na Koa instead mmmmmmmmmmmmm maybe not


  193. wafan:

    Slick job by the UH cheerleaders working with the girl recovering from cancer.

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  194. koakane:

    happy birthday Ronnie :cool: hellllllooo hoooowwwwww youuuuuuuuu!


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  196. wafan:

    Mr. Tsai . . .

    Thank you for updates on the Warriors. Good to see they are doing well.

    Go Warriors!


  197. Kevin:

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  198. lava:

    I have never heard of a college coach not doing everything within his power to win now ... until now.


  199. RedZone:

    Man i have used that bridge to go to the stadium. A pretty good number of people have used it.


  200. RedZone:

    Welcome Marcus Kemp.


  201. el burro sabio:

    #188 - comment. 4 - how does this comment help the team to improve?


  202. hightide:

    Job Security is a good thing in most professions. But I don't think it is a good thing for our football team.
    Why? The last game 2 3and outs to START the game. Why should the QB fret when he knows he will not be pulled. Increasing the competition is the only way this team will have a decent season. NO COMPETITION breeds complacency. IT is that simple. Increase the COMP or lose the season.


  203. lava:

    #201, since when are fans expected to tailor their comments toward the team improving?

    Chow wants my butt in a seat, he better give me a reason to show up. To date, he hasn't.

    ESPN comes out tomorrow with its latest installment of the bottom 10. Should I ask them to hold off running the story because it may not help the program?

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/page/bottom10121010/a-sorry-state-affairs-auburn-tigers-bottom-10


  204. Slugger:

    Papajoe2,

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  205. RedZone:

    Nevada AD is a woman.


  206. Shoko:

    Yep, there are a few women AD's at the Division IA level that have done well. Cary Groth, Sandy Barbour and Christine Plonsky to name a few. The sad statistic is that there are only five out of 120 athletic directors that are women.


  207. d1shima:

    A FAD?


  208. d1shima:

    HNN says that Gomes Bus is stepping up and will be shuttling Aiea El students who used the bridge.

    Dem Gomes-es-es...nice folks! ;-)


  209. Shoko:

    Or a MAD?


  210. Shoko:

    Anyway, some good questions by callers to the Call the Coach Show. Best question was probably the guy that called in that asked if wearing pink gloves negatively affected the level of energy on the field...heh.


  211. jm2375:

    Howzit Tsaikos!

    Happy Birthday Ronnie!

    Best wishes to Janelle Nomura in her future endeavors.

    DON'T FEED THE TROLLS.


  212. Shoko:

    Finally decided who I'm going to vote for this year. Okay, I narrowed it down to two peeps.
    Obamney and Rombama


  213. Bleed Green and White:

    lava / Former UH Athlete:

    Damn, I love both your comments the past couple of days.

    As angry and negative as some of them may be, I still love them. Honesty, sometimes it hurts ladies and gentleman.

    I do disagree with many points, but I also appreciate your insights / opinions.


  214. Slugger:

    Happy birthday, Ronnie!


  215. Stephen Tsai:

    Taylor Graham: 5 of 8, 103 yards, 1 TD.


  216. Stephen Tsai:

    How the heck do you hit a bridge? And isn't the natural thing to do is slow down when you come to a low area?


  217. Stephen Tsai:

    You keep telling people about the lol rule, and nobody listens . . .


  218. chowDER:

    #142
    everyone should read this post. great analysis.

    READ #142


  219. letsgowarriors:

    tsai the Utah WR is a verbal


  220. NinjaWarriorTurtle:

    Losing the way the Warriiors have lost, I cannot get angry. The situation is beyond that. Getting angry means we had a chance to win. I can only roll my eyes in wonder - How did the team come to this? Are the players recruited by McMackin and staff that bad? Hardly. Ill fitted to Norm Chow's offensive scheme? Perhaps. Warriors came close last game. I want to see what happens at Colorado St.


  221. Chicken Grease:

    Stephen Tsai:
    October 16th, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    Mr. Grease:
    Reardon will give me a head's up if he's writing about UH football.
    I have no idea what Lewis will write, and I sit right next to him. He usually leaves the area to answer his calls. Then again, as long as I don't write about UH budgets or Manti, I'm fairly certain we won't be duplicating our efforts.

    Right on.

    A Grease wishes he worked at the 'paper.


  222. greenthumb:

    216. Forget slowing down for overpasses, I even duck sometimes when driving under low stuff (and yes my car has a roof and I do this even in places I drive to often). And I lol at myself when doing so.


  223. NinjaWarriorTurtle:

    Marcus Kemp, Layton, Utah, 6-4, 180 has committed to Hawaii as listed by SportsHawaii.


  224. madeinhawaii:

    I'm voting Democrat all the way.. hopefully the Dems can get a majority in and get some things done this time around..


  225. papajoe2:

    #204 Slugger, yup a woman CAN be a good athletic director. To me, I just hope they get the right person man or woman.


  226. el burro sabio:

    #203 I would hope that a true fan wouldn't make that kind of comment, it just hurts the team and the players further. You want to attack the coach, go ahead, but why do you want to hurt the players too?

    And the bottom 10 is not serious like the top 25 is, it's supposed to be humor.


  227. Ha!Ha!:

    It is not a surprise Lava does not buy tickets. He sounds cheap.


  228. gigi-hawaii:

    Hubby and I got our absentee ballots today and voted for the Democratic ticket. Will mail them tonight. Yup, the first 2 debates did not change my mind!


  229. mo808:

    Happy Birthday, Ronnie!


  230. mo808:

    Welcome to Marcus Kemp!


  231. mo808:

    @ 208 d1

    October 16th, 2012 at 6:22 pm
    HNN says that Gomes Bus is stepping up and will be shuttling Aiea El students who used the bridge.

    Dem Gomes-es-es...nice folks!

    Hey, thanks d1! :)


  232. jm2375:

    el burro - DON'T FEED THE TROLLS!


  233. oldtimer808:

    #25 IT always talking from the side of his mouth without knowing the facts. Hawaiians have a deep cultural root with the Haka. The Maoris have a strong lineage to Hawaiians in physicality, language and traditions except the Maoris do not have our staple of poi.


  234. Lopaka43:

    Aloha, Tsaikos

    Not trying to stir the pot, but a new character who is enjoying himself in the playpen delivered a lecture aimed at me in yesterday's blog as shown below.

    Chicken Grease:
    October 16th, 2012 at 2:02 am

    Lopaka43:
    October 16th, 2012 at 1:09 am

    Aloha, Tsaikos!

    . . .

    Still a believer in UH sports, but want to see progress that gives hope for the future.

    Is a Lopaka43 willing to give a year or two to Coach Chow, this being his first season as UH football coach? And this being his first head coaching job? Are you willing to say that you only think your direction for the team, overall (yes, the nuts and bolts, the routine, boring stuff that you DON'T see the coaching staff do) rivals that of Chow's? If "yes" to that last question, then WHY didn't you apply for UH head football coach when the job was advertised?

    You folks want. You must be able to give. (and that goes beyond every Saturday or every other Saturday during football season?)

    Dear Chicken Grease: I'm not sure why you feel the need to lecture me or others on what we must or not do as fans of the UH sports programs. Nobody appointed you Pope of the Tsaikos. You are welcome to share your thoughts, but please don't preach to me or the other posters on this blog. The Tsaikos that I know are well able to decide for themselves what appropriate behavior is.

    Personally, I started attending UH football events in 1967 as a UH student and have every right to cheer the good stuff and criticize the bad stuff as any other fan. I've paid for season tickets and made contributions and certainly don't need for you tell me what I have to give as a fan and supporter of the University.

    And what is all this crap about a fan having to know how to get a team ready to play a game or a season have to do with anything. Or the line about why I didn't apply to be head coach if I think that the run and shoot is a better scheme for Hawaii than the pro set!!

    I don't know how to film a movie or direct a play or lead a orchestra, but I can tell when a movie or play or performance is not up to standard. This fan's opinion, which is shared by most others, is that the offense has been struggling, and the defense hasn't been able to consistently stop anybody.

    There were some encouraging signs of progress in Saturday's game, but it was against a team that we and most others in the MWC/WAC have pretty consistently beaten in past years. In my opinion, we are not playing at the level that Coach Mack's teams were at last year, and so far, have not shown that we can ever get to that level this year.

    What choice do I have about sticking with Coach Chow? He is what we are going to have for the next four or five years. I wish him and staff well. I wish all the players well.

    But I have little patience for sitting through endless dirty licking after dirty licking, whether it is because the players cannot all get on the same page, or because it is Coach Chow's first season as a head coach, or because we don't have the horses Coach Chow needs to run his offense or defense, or whatever reason is offered.

    As fans, we need to see some progress being made towards getting back to the level of being a contender for championships.

    I will be the first to congratulate Coach Chow if somehow he is able to get this team headed in the right direction and building on the things that did work last Saturday. Unfortuantely, I just think that offensive and defensive coordinators are likely to be licking their chops over what they have seen from us so far this season.

    And with this, I will go back to lurking. Esme woosh


  235. Slugger:

    Welcome, Marcus Kemp!


  236. d1shima:

    Aloha Marcus Kemp


  237. el burro sabio:

    jm####, never considered him a troll, he's been around a long time (SteveM please confirm). A lot of people sound like trolls when times are bad though.


  238. kev-1:

    Rising up from the bitter depths of the lowly will only make the taste of success that much sweeter.


  239. SteveM:

    RE: #237
    Yup, lava has been posting here as long as I have. Sometimes he's more fiery than others, but calls it like he see it.


  240. madeinhawaii:

    Anybody else been following the David Graves thread on Scout.com? Aigoo!...

    http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=219&f=1136&t=9850108&p=1


  241. madeinhawaii:

    SteveM...

    I've been wondering if that is, indeed, the same Lava. He's been very insightful in the past and I've always enjoyed reading his posts.


  242. madeinhawaii:

    G'night all... time for this ole man to go moemoe...


  243. SAWARRIOR:

    welcome to warrior nation, marcus kemp!


  244. SAWARRIOR:

    funny how folks here like to call other folks trolls when it doesn't mesh with THEIR views. lmao


  245. SteveM:

    ... and >b>lLpaka43 is no troll. Many of us have spent many tailgates with him and know him quite well. In fact, I think he made one of the more realistic posts yesterday...see #320 in yesterday's blog.

    Anyway, it seems we all need a diversion. Karaoke Call? Cruise? Bubbling tofu soup? :?


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  247. SAWARRIOR:

    234. that is so weak when posters say "why didn't you apply for HC" LMAO. basically it means no one can ever have an opinion on anything, how food tastes, cuz most of us not chefs, politics, furniture, how folks drive etc.... weak, weak, weak!


  248. SAWARRIOR:

    203. no worry, he's the self appointed blog police. ;-)


  249. Chicken Grease:

    # 234 . . . yay. And the Pulitzer goes to . . . :). You mean, you attend the symphony (um, "orchestra" comment).

    Well, a Grease has his opinion, too. Don't forget that.

    A Greasse is merely asking questions of you . . . and to give suggestions :D; you are giving a Grease titles (such as "Pope of Tsaiko blog" somewhat or other, heh. "Chicken Grease" is enough. Don't wanna be looking like Auburn University with their tiger AND war eagle mascots -- make up your MINDS Aubies!!! Why don't they get rid of both mascots and just put an Arby's [sounds like "Aubies"] on their helmet and be done with it :) ), egads.

    Everybody who is still up and needs to go to sleep, please . . . Go. To. Sleep.

    # # #


  250. Chicken Grease:

    SAWARRIOR:
    October 16th, 2012 at 11:29 pm

    234. that is so weak when posters say "why didn't you apply for HC" LMAO. basically it means no one can ever have an opinion on anything, how food tastes, cuz most of us not chefs, politics, furniture, how folks drive etc.... weak, weak, weak!

    Mr.

    A Grease simply asks a question of Lopaka'. A Grease does not advocate censoring opinion. Where did a SAW' get this idea of a Grease?

    A Grease merely speaks to the opinion nearly toward doing a full, "here, let ME coach the team" angle. That is what it sounds like. And a Grease can have an opinion on that . . . and ask questions :).

    So, there. :D


  251. Chicken Grease:

    OK, now . . . go sleep. ;)


  252. wafan:

    Yay, Hump Day!


  253. wafan:

    Welcome new Warrior Kemp!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  254. wafan:

    Another day filled with meaningless meetings led by folks who are concerned about control.

    Just another result of Every Child Left Behind.

    Sad.


  255. midnight:

    Happy Birthday Ronnie!


  256. maddog50:

    #142 could not say it better


  257. Shoko:

    "With the Rams off this weekend before resuming the schedule against Hawaii on Oct. 27, the question remains out there: Did Steve Fairchild, fired after four seasons, really leave the Rams' program this devoid of talent?"

    "No ... and yes."

    Read more:
    http://www.denverpost.com/recommended/ci_21788262


  258. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang! Hi, midnight!

    Off to hi ho...

    GO WARRIORS!!!


  259. Shoko:

    More moring reading regarding CSU's QB situation:
    http://www.reporterherald.com/sports/csu/ci_21787174/colorado-state-quarterback-carousel-full-rotation


  260. Shoko:

    Yesterday's Jim McElwain MWC teleconference:
    http://www.themwc.com/allaccess/index.html?media=341505


  261. mo808:

    Good Morning Folks!


  262. Shoko:

    Thats about it, folks. Have a great day!


  263. mo808:

    @245: SteveM
    I'm all for diversion (not division)!
    So, I'm all for a Karaoke call!


  264. Ronnie:

    Good morning!

    Thanks so much for all of the birthday wishes! Sorry I haven't been around much - but I've been trying to keep up by lurking.

    Hopefully, I'll be able to make a game next year so I can see you all!


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