Iosefa is back

October 24th, 2012
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The Warriors slowly are making progress in the good-health department with the return of running back Joey Iosefa, who missed the past four games because of a fracture in his right foot.

Iosefa played both tailback and fullback during yesterday's practice.

It also appears that middle linebacker Benneton Fonua has a chance to play this week. As of now, he is on the travel roster for Saturday's road game against Colorado State. Fonua has been held out because of inflammation in the area surrounding his left ACL.

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There still is a long way to go before a 13th game becomes even remotely a reality. But there is one interesting factor in negotiations. UH is requesting that if it were to rally and have a 6-6 record — the minimum qualification for entry into the Hawaii Bowl — the 13th game would be canceled.

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Yep, that's Rainbow Wahine softball players Brynne Buchanan and Kaia Parnaby serving as student trainers during football practices.

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240 Responses to “Iosefa is back”

  1. wafan:

    1st in nearly forever!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  2. wafan:

    Welcome back Joey!

    Goooooooooooooooo Warriors!


  3. maddog50:

    I will be as CSU supporting the Warriors....I am glad we have Laurel, Iosefa and Benny. Now is the time for the O Line to use what they have size etc and make this a downhill event. Do not know how many folks travel but look forward to seeing any fans as we share the same passion....Go Warriors!!!!!


  4. wafan:

    Pomai . . .

    Missed my guess from what seems like three tears ago.

    34-14 Warriors, naturally.

    Thanks!!!


  5. wafan:

    Tears = years

    Albeit both are appropriate.


  6. wafan:

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    A super Hump Day, too!


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  8. mo808:

    Hump Day Greetings Folks! Good news for Joey & Hopeful news for Ben! 13th game possible? That's intriguing! Go Warriors!


  9. Garret:

    UH is requesting that if it were to rally and have a 6-6 record — the minimum qualification for entry into the Hawaii Bowl — the 13th game would be canceled.

    So, with all the roadblocks to overcome to make the 13th game possible (NCAA, previous event scheduled at Aloha Stadium, TV already showing basketball, 30,000+ ticket sales), UH wants to be able to cancel the game at the last moment? Temple would need to cancel their travel plans at the last moment? Who pays for that?

    With all of the tough teams that UH would have to beat in order to win 6 games this season, UH is going to worry about losing to Temple at home? So, UH would be willing to eat Temple's travel costs and all the other expenses to avoid losing a game?

    UH makes MUCH more money with a home game than they make in the Hawaii Bowl. If this is just coming down to money, UH would make more playing on 12/8 at Aloha Stadium than they make playing in the Hawaii Bowl at Aloha Stadium.


  10. Garret:

    Good news about Iosefa and Fonua. UH can use both this week.


  11. Garret:

    UH is now a 7-point underdog. The line went from 4.5 to 5.5 to 6.5 to 7.

    http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/odds/las-vegas/line-movement/hawaii-manoa-@-colorado-state.cfm/date/10-27-12/time/1900#BT


  12. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Hope Joey & Benny heal up well and don't come back too soon. Don't want them to have longer term problems.

    Very cool to see Brynne and Kaia out there with the FB team. I'm going with them to Kauai in November when Na Wahine play a scrimmage for fans in Waimea.

    Laters...


  13. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Just keeping it real....

    what if the team is (gulp) 2-10? Will Game XIII be cancelled?


  14. AlaWai:

    I remember watching the emergence of Bill Walsh and his WC offense when the 49'rs started their surge in the 80's . Walsh turned an undersized line with speed and cunning into All-Pros. He took unheralded backs and receivers and created a scoring machine. The biggest difference was his faith in Joe Montana, who many felt could not compete in the NFL. In a Sports Illustrated article his critique of most QB's was their lack of faith in believing their WRs would be in the right place at the right time. Montana took it to a new level. Walsh said that Montana sometimes released too quickly. He also worked on "spot passing" where the ball was thrown to locations where only the receiver could catch it. Walsh and Montana were perfectionists. I see the same characteristics in Dr. Chow. It took a year for Walsh to instill his ideas into the 49rs. When it finally caught on...well the rest is NFL history. Not many of those 49rs made it into the Hall of Fame but they made me a lifelong fan. It will be a major turning point when the light goes on in each Warriors head and they grasp what the WC can do. I look forward to the day when we all are suggesting names for Hawaii's own offensive machine.


  15. Shoko:

    McElwain on BC right now.


  16. AlaWai:

    Pomai:
    Warriors 17 Horny Sheep 14.
    Mahalo.


  17. kifi:

    I agree with Slugger:

    Hope Joey & Benny heal up well and don't come back too soon. Don't want them to have longer term problems.


  18. 3-Prong:

    Pomai: 31-28. Thanks.


  19. Shoko:

    I like McEwain's personality. He seems to exude confidence despite his abysmal record.


  20. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    Happy Hump Day!

    IS IT SATURDAY YET?!


  21. SAWARRIOR:

    just missed the top 20


  22. SAWARRIOR:

    yestadayz 285. please read all of my posts from yestaday before making uninformed comments. thank you.


  23. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, Gang!

    Yup. Gotta agree with the heal-up-good-first sentiment. We definitely rushed things way back when, and I'm dealing with those decisions now.

    Good to also see student-athletes supporting each other, no matter what sport they participate in.


  24. Chicken Grease:

    Ohayoooooooooooooogozaimasu, you fine people!!!!!!

    Sunspot thingee/Solar flare (one "AR 15-98") expected today, so, don't lose yer underwear if yer mobile phone go all hemos.

    Welcome back, Iosefa.


  25. SAWARRIOR:

    25. POMAI. Hawaii 24 CSU 27


  26. NYUHTX:

    Going to miss the game on Sat. No TV coverage.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/owlsinq/Temple-seeks-game-with-Hawaii-in-December-Big-East-Owls-Warriors-Mountain-West-Steve-Addazio-Bill-Bradshaw.html


  27. Chicken Grease:

    # 24, er, that is, the solar flare coming from AR 11598 ("AR" meaning "Active Region"). ;) . Main thing, no panic (on the dance floor).


  28. Shoko:

    Interesting top on BC. Poker and collusion problems in money games.


  29. Shoko:

    Not just poker, but fleecing in sports gambling.


  30. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    GARRET - The Temple game may generate more income for UH than the Hawaii Bowl but doesn't the Hawaii Bowl have to have a minimum of 25,000 fans to continue its existence?

    We hardly get that many fans for the Hawaii Bowl if we had, say Tulsa v Fordham. Of course if we had a "name" schools like Nebraska v Washington playing we could get a number that exceeds the required number.

    POMAI: UH17 and CSU-10


  31. Shoko:

    I would guess a game against Temple would draw a crowd closer to this season's average (31,500). If they played a team such as Wisconsin (2009-40,549) and Cincinnatti (2008-40,069), they might exceed the Hawaii Bowl average of 39,100. In fact, a Temple game might be even lower if the Warriors get closer to a 2-10 season as that seems to directly affect attendence. Also, don't forget the payout that the Hawaii Bowl provides to participating teams, which is around 750,000, if not mistaken.


  32. Shoko:

    December 25, 2002 Tulane 36 Hawaiʻi 28 35,513
    December 25, 2003 Hawaiʻi 54 Houston 48* 29,005
    December 24, 2004 Hawaiʻi 59 UAB 40 39,754
    December 24, 2005 Nevada 49 UCF 48* 16,134 <---thats pretty bad.
    December 24, 2006 Hawaiʻi 41 Arizona State 24 43,435
    December 23, 2007 East Carolina 41 Boise State 38 30,467
    December 24, 2008 Notre Dame 49 Hawaiʻi 21 43,487
    December 24, 2009 SMU 45 Nevada 10 32,650
    December 24, 2010 Tulsa 62 Hawaiʻi 35 43,673
    December 24, 2011 Southern Miss 24 Nevada 17 32,630


  33. gigi-hawaii:

    I am glad Iosefa is back in action. Hope the same is true for Fonua. Good luck, guys!


  34. Chicken Grease:

    Temple have a great field band? Would the UH Warrior band need to share the field, one after another? Admittedly, bands from African-American centric schools tend to be dynamic and unique ;) .


  35. Stephen Tsai:

    I think the 2005 game included tickets Nevada had to buy.


  36. jojo ®:

    Hi Pomai!

    UH


  37. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Glad to hear Iosefa is back. Hope he and Fonua are not rushing things--we need them to finish the season on the field this year.

    Good to see the softball Wahine student trainers. ST had a keen eye earlier when he was inquiring.


  38. Independent Thinker:

    Good morning cheerleaders! We believe! Colt is the man! In chow we chust!! Yippee!!


  39. Chicken Grease:

    Mr. Tsai -- what would the TV coverage (those dastardly "TV guys" hahah) be? ESPN? CBS Sports (cable)?

    THE WARRIOR . . . VS. THE OWL!!!!! [insert owl "scrrrEEEEEEEEECH!!!!!!" as an owl refrains from "cooing" in battle!]


  40. Chicken Grease:

    Ne'er mind how much crowd show up to a UH vs. Temple . . . like see how many local busters show up dressed like a Potter, lighting bolt tattoo on forehead, wand in hand, and owl puppet set on shoulder [!]


  41. Derek:

    One website has Hawaii getting 10 points. Must be the altitude, cold weather, on the road, bad rush defense, everything. All points to negative vibes, but the only people that matters are the UH players and coaches. They just have to execute, and believe. Actually, this is one of the better chances for UH to possibly get a win. No way Jose against Boise St., at Fresno St., and at Air Force. 50-50 at home against UNLV, and should be a small favorite against South Alabama. Just being a realist.


  42. Pauoa Boy:

    1-5... and losing in horrid fashion, yet people think this team can still be bowl eligible this year, really??? Would love to see that happen but reality says yeah right...


  43. tommui:

    Thanks SHOKO! Undercounted the attendance at a non-UH Hawaii Bowl.

    Wonder how many we need in attendance to take care of the $750,000 payoff for the teams plus the usual gifts etc. Wonder if ESPN or whoever TV network will add to the pot.

    See one of our "fans" forgot to take his/her medications.


  44. Pomai:

    UH vs CO
    17    -    14    Pomai
    17    -    14    AlaWai
    17    -    10    tommui
    24    -    27    SAWARRIOR
    31    -    28    3-Prong
    34    -    14    wafan
    56    -    14    d1shima


  45. (Jesse) James:

    Good morning Tsaikos!!!

    Hope all have a great day!!!

    Good to hear that warriors are healing.


  46. Independent Thinker:

    Pomai:

    Colorado 56, Hawaii 10


  47. madeinhawaii:

    tommui,

    er.. uh.. thanks for the reminder...


  48. BigWave96744:

    - The Senior Walk should still take place on the South Alabama Game, since there is a mathematical chance that the Warriors could be 6-6 following that game.
    - Is the Nakoa Banquet still going to be set for Sunday Dec 2nd?
    - Who pays for the cancelled travel cost of Temple?
    - Will this be a Day Game, so as not to conflict with the 7pm MBBall Game vs Pepperdine?
    - They have to move the Youth Flag/Tackle/Cheerleading event at Aloha Stadium which is already scheduled on December 8th.

    BTW Pomai 21-20 Warriors coming in from the cold


  49. koakane:

    morning :cool: 808, sunny day good for my PV system

    agree with #9 and Garret


  50. Glenn:

    Pomai;

    Warriors 35, Rams 31


  51. postmanke:

    Way to work back! Run right thru the pumpkin jerseys on Sat.

    just checking, who is the idiot drawing up the negotiations for the 13th game? how would anyone agree to any possibilty of backing out a week before the game?


  52. primo888:

    Pomai

    Colorado St 28
    Hawaii 21


  53. Annoddah Dave:

    ST & Tsaiko Blog Dogs:

    Added game - could this be another promotion fiasco? They better not "wire" the charter plane fees to Florida!


  54. jimmy the lock:

    No need da 13th game. Better to study for finals. Rest up for next season. Reflect.


  55. madeinhawaii:

    I think they just wired 60K to find a new AD.... probably just a down payment...


  56. jimmy the lock:

    Was it a secure and encrypted wire? Based on best industry practices for secure transport of electronic messages? Or did they just call "Peggy"? :mrgreen:


  57. Rodney:

    Hawaii 35 Colorado St 15
    IMUA HAWAII !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  58. Chicken Grease:

    Hahahahahahah!!!! Never considered what's said in post #s 53-56.

    This one going be worst than the first; gonna be Temple Secretarial School something or other. Hut!!!!!


  59. Capitolist/WassupDoc:

    gogigan


  60. madeinhawaii:

    Yesterday's comment on gas prices made me go look up world prices.. in 1986 when I went to Japan, gas there was about $1.00 per liter or $3.80/gal... now it's at $7.00. Norway is $10.12/gal... while Venezuela is $0.9/gal.

    Can we build a pipeline from Venezuela?

    http://www.bloomberg.com/slideshow/2012-08-13/highest-cheapest-gas-prices-by-country.html#slide62


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  63. LizKauai:

    Yea, wafan!

    Pomai:
    24-17 LizKauai


  64. jimmy the lock:

    Screw the pipeline. If anyone wants cheaper gas then move to Venezuela. Heard they have good baseball players and are not bad in soccer and basketball.


  65. manoa#1:

    the warriors will get rammed this week.

    rams- 38 warriors- 14.


  66. kitsunegari:

    Guess Cindy Luis' blog is still on hiatus?


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  69. wafan:

    If the oil companies stopped shipping refined petroleum products out of country our gas prices would probably be lower.


  70. Spis stron:

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  71. jimmy the lock:

    Just make nuclear powered cars. You know, small kine reactors. Just don't get into collisions or going make mini-a-bomb explosions. At least that will teach people to drive responsibly.


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  73. Former UH Athlete:

    #11 @ Garrett,

    The spread moving to 7 points is pretty justified. UH has been awful on the road this year and traditionally, UH does not play well on the mainland. Add in near freezing temps and potential snow.. and 7 seems about right. According to vegasinsider, 94% of the tickets have been bet on CSU to cover. However, CSU is 1-6 ATS and lost its last 6 games both straight up and ATS.

    Total is 52... I'm smelling the under on this one. I think UH continues to open the playcalling and Gregory will have a very solid game. MVP of Saturday might be Alex Dunnachie by flipping field position.

    UH wins ugly 17-13

    Saturday's pre-game headline: "The resistible force vs The movable object"


  74. jimmy the lock:

    The bad - Playing on the road again. Worse is at altitude. Cold.

    The good - Not on primetime tv.

    GO WARRIORS!
    GO WAHINE!


  75. Former UH Athlete:

    UH vs CSU post game headlines: "Punters Steal the Show - Combine for 500 yds"

    I joke, I joke...

    As long as UH doesn't make the stupid mistakes (ie OL knocking the ball out from Schroeder), and pound away with Will Gregory. UH can win.

    Can the defense please step up and force some turnovers? UH hasn't forced a turnover since 1stQ vs BYU (11 straight quarters).


  76. jimmy the lock:

    The good news is oil prices are dropping. Think I'm going to order a tanker to fill my underground tank.

    Looking for the Warriors to have a good start. Can't give up early TD's and play catch-up. Hoping the D can create turnovers to make things a little easier for the O. Or maybe hope the O can sustain drives and score and make things easier for the D.

    A win in CO. will be huge in my book. All 4 pages and growing.


  77. madeinhawaii:

    CSU has given up an average of 31 points per game while UH has given up 42 points per game.

    CSU is averaging 17 points a game while UH is averaging 20.8 points...


  78. Pomai:

    UH vs CO
    10    -    56    Independent
    17    -    14    Pomai
    17    -    14    AlaWai
    17    -    10    tommui
    17    -    13    Former UH Athlete
    21    -    28    primo888
    24    -    27    SAWARRIOR
    24    -    17    LizKauai
    31    -    28    3-Prong
    34    -    14    wafan
    35    -    31    Glenn
    35    -    15    Rodney
    56    -    14    d1shima


  79. lava:

    You have to be a total idiot to think Chow could coach this team to 6-6 this season. A Total Idiot. We could bring back some of the great names in the past few years and Chow still ain't going to field a competitive team under his totally predictable play-calling. We suck, and we will continue to suck. Season is over. Recruits already passing us up for bigger and better programs that will better utilize their talents and better develop them as players. I don't blame them. There is no hope for this bunch. Sorry, truth hurts.

    To say this is not all on Chow is to suggest he inherited a bunch of losers. I will neber accept that. We have plenty of talent. Chow is clueless as to how to turn that into results. This IS all on Chow.


  80. Chicken Grease:

    jimmy the lock:
    October 24th, 2012 at 10:49 am

    Just make nuclear powered cars. You know, small kine reactors. Just don't get into collisions or going make mini-a-bomb explosions. At least that will teach people to drive responsibly.

    Haha. Dr. Manhattan/Ozymandius fan, are we, Jimmy the Lock ;) .

    # 60 madein. Heh. "Trick" data . . . there are hardly any cars in Venezuela, bwaaaaaaaaaaaa. :|


  81. SteveM:

    ooops... a belated HAPPY BIRTHDAY to A-HOUSE !!!


  82. d1shima:

    Belated Birthday Wishes to A-house!


  83. Chicken Grease:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY A-HOUSE!!!!!!!! YAPPARI TANJYOBI A-HOUSE!!!!!!!!!"


  84. jimmy the lock:

    Whoa Chicken Grease, that is deep. I'm just a simpleton. I felt insulted by Ann Coulter's tweets. :x


  85. Chicken Grease:

    * 83 . . . that is belated.


  86. jimmy the lock:

    Unpunctual happy birthday Mr. A-House.


  87. Chicken Grease:

    # 84 . . . heh, Jimmy. You are a Watchmen fan? A Grease is 100% more the comic book issues fan and thought the film was great . . . except for the liberties taken with the ending/conclusion, yes? And the "creation of creature" yarn that accompanied it.

    Ah. Dunno to what you refer when it comes to Coulter . . . but, a Grease thinks she's great!!!! That one guy who tried to throw a pie in her face as she was at a podium, methinks that error haunts him to this day; what a dufus. You wanna know someone worse off that our current football Warriors? Unless he's a mega millionaire or billionaire, it's THAT guy ;) .

    How's this "blast from the . . ."

    Everybody have fun tonight!
    Everybody Wang Chung tonight


  88. jimmy the lock:

    I never verify but heard that Fox Sports, OC channels 228 and 1228 (HD) will broadcast the game live.

    Anyone know Croson's status? She coming back soon?

    GO WAHINE


  89. Bigwave96744:

    Pomai re#48, you know I always take the home team.


  90. Chicken Grease:

    I think Coulter was mosy probably referring to Obama's very unpresidential mention of "we have aircraft carriers that planes can land on" and "we have boats that go underwater called submarines" quips to Governor Romney at that last debate. Think those narratives by the prez' made him look silly

    Uh-ho . . . it's THE RETURN OF THE THREE-HEADED POLITCAL TALK!!!!!!! ;) .


  91. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Pomai -

    21 UH - 14 Them

    Thanks.


  92. jimmy the lock:

    Not a 'Watchmen' fan.

    The Coulter comment was for saying I'm a simpleton and the tweet she sent out using the word "retard". My niece has down's syndrome and I felt Coulter disrespected her and the millions of others on this planet. I still have not read that she apologized...sorry for the digression.

    Off to enjoy the sights, sounds, and food of Oahu! Laterz crocodile.


  93. Chicken Grease:

    # 92 . . . oh, that IS not good. Hate frivolous/misuse of that word as well.

    Sorry for a Grease's digression. Sorry for Coulter's comments. She SHOULD apologize.


  94. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Whether we're talking politics or football, there's no need to call anyone names.

    Whatever happened to the five "Fs"? Or was it six "Fs"?


  95. kitsunegari:

    mR. Lock,

    Shoji said that Croson is back practicing with the team, but not on the road trip.


  96. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Have a good day, Jimmy! ;)


  97. Chicken Grease:

    DPK and Jimmy, and to all of you fine people, good afternoon!!!!!!


  98. jojo ®:

    hey DPK! you are Fabulous!!


  99. wafan:

    99


  100. wafan:

    100 with the "interesting" person.


  101. wafan:

    Much aloha to Frank Tanabe.

    A honest to goodness true hero.

    Condolences to the Tanabe family and friends.

    We lost one of the good one's today.


  102. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    A wonderful afternoon to you as well, Mr. Grease.

    Thank you jojo ®, but I'm sure everybody would agree, you're wayyyy more fabulouser.


  103. lava:

    Not sure why people are predicting (probably just hoping) UH can beat anyone, given that we can't even beat New Mexico at home. What happened to that excuse about travel? New Mexico was 3-33 between 2009 and 2011, and had not won a single home game. The players are not highly recruited, and have grown accustomed to losing. So a first year head coach takes the Lobos to Hawaii and beats the home team?

    Hawaii players have a history of winning, and are much more highly thought of talent-wise than New Mexico's players. A less talented team came away with an easy victory.

    What have you done for us Chow? Do something. Anything.


  104. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    We share your condolences, wafan.


  105. d1shima:

    ESPNU AllAccess - Kentucky (MBB)

    Really interesting....


  106. (Jesse) James:

    Yes, DPK, jojo is fabulouser....but does she have a tree that thinks she's fabulous??? MWAHAHAHAHHA j/k


  107. d1shima:

    Condolences to the Tanabe Ohana


  108. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    (J)J -

    That was how many seasons and coaches ago - the tree's moved on, I've moved on, and so has that joke. :lol:


  109. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Saw Iosefa and a couple other players at Ward Theaters last week. Braddah looks like he's rarin' to go. Agree with kifi, slugger and the others - take it slow, heal it up good.


  110. Kevin:

    How quickly time flies...


  111. Kevin:

    take it slow, heal it up good.

    Das what she sed....


  112. SteveM:

    Fabulouser? ;)


  113. wafan:

    DPK . . .

    Dang, the tree passed on?!?!


  114. Hilo-Warrior:

    Question.

    Who is airing this weekends game against CSU? Oceanic isn't listing anything on the streaming website. And The UH site isn't showing anything either.

    Can someone help me out.

    Thanks.


  115. A-House:

    99 Club & Kekoa:

    forgot that the ASA moved to Ft Huachuca on the fabulous "plains" or desert hole on top of a mountain or plateau - at least Devens allowed us to go into Boston and other near by towns

    dang - how come we were not offered "pro-pay"? guess they just considered our MOS would take care of us - finally, reached 18 WPM and then immediately moved into another MOS watching little blurps on a screen - made us feel crossed eyed and hypnotized.

    99 - how much higher is Fort Collins compared to Denver? I know Mrs A-House and Midori went and stood at the "mile high" sign and took pics 2 years ago.


  116. A-House:

    thanks for the B-day wishes!!!!!!!


  117. wafan:

    Oops.

    Happy belated birthday wishes to Mr. A-House!

    I am sure Mrs. A-House continues to keep you in line.


  118. Kevin:

    Football game is on OcSports ppv. Kanoa Leahey calling the game.


  119. Chicken Grease:

    Wow. That Tanabe passed on? Will have to see if they make a big deal out of whether his vote counts or not.

    It should.

    R.I.P. Mr. Tanabe.


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  122. A-House:

    wafan:

    #117 - the "crack of the whip" never fades - nah, truthfully, she takes good care of me or better care as I age and grow febble - wow, sounds good, eh?


  123. A-House:

    Mr Tanabe's story is now hitting the major networks - glad his grandson posted the video - reminds us that it is our privilege to vote.


  124. (Jesse) James:

    Wafan...Nah, it was a mutual thing.... :-)

    DPK, so, you coming to any t-gates at the Cabanas??? We haven't seen you or the missus for a long time now....


  125. Bowwar:

    Pomai:

    Hawaii loses a "heart breaker" in OT:

    CSU Lambs: 30 Hawaii: 27


  126. (Jesse) James:

    Oh, and a happy belated birthday to the Gun-master himself, Mr. A-House.


  127. (Jesse) James:

    Condolences to the Tanabes...


  128. Bowwar:

    Is Frazier da' loser still at Temple??? Did he initiate this inquiry...If so, he can kiss it...


  129. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    J(J) -

    Me and the Missus misses youz guys. We're going to try and make the Boise game. Hope to see you there.


  130. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Happy Birthday to "Guns" A-house! Glad to read that yer byootiful Missus is takin' good care 'o yas!


  131. Shoko:

    Someone mentioned that Frazier left Temple last year and is now the Ass. Athletic Director at Syracuse.

    HB A-House!


  132. Shoko:

    35. Yep, tickets sold was 26,254 and the turnstile count was 16,134 for the 2005 Hawaii Bowl between Nevada and Central Florida. I think Nevada and UCF had to eat the price of the unsold tickets using someone of their payout money. Still, tho, 16,000 in a 50,000 stadium probably looked depressing on national TV.


  133. Hawaiianbod:

    Happy Birthday Mr A-House!!!


  134. Hawaiianbod:

    Belated, that is


  135. tommui:

    #131 SHOKO: yep, posted it yesterday answering GIG's question.

    I checked it on Syracuse's athletic webpage.


  136. koakane i5:

    World Series on and SF up 1 in second inning


  137. koakane i5:

    World Series on and SF up 1 in second inning


  138. Shoko:

    Thanks Tom. Should have known it was you. The man with the facts. ;)


  139. wafan:

    Brooklyn's new Barclay's basketball arena utilizes rusted steel on the exterior, unfulfilled and broken promises, and upset folks. On the other hand, supposedly all of the transit and rail lines run directly beneath the arena.

    Sounds so like, and yet, unlike Hawai'i.


  140. LizKauai:

    Have another Happy, A-House!!!

    DPK - 6 f's, last I counted!

    Happy Hump Day to all...
    HiHo


  141. 99club:

    Happy belated birthday, A-house!

    In answer to your earlier question: Colorado State's field is at 5,190 ft. The Bronco's field is 69 ft higher at...try wait...5,259 ft.


  142. SteveM:

    February 11, 2007. The 5 (and 6) "F's", the charter of the blog. From the archives:

    ST was on a roll that day and he zinged DPK and I...but, I here's the origin of the Tsai-ko 5 F's by Long Time UH Fan...

    Comment from: Stephen [Member]
    Kid complains that this blog is stale.
    And this is how he jazzes it up?
    02/11/07 @ 11:26

    Comment from: SteveM [Visitor]
    ST...this blog is seldom stale ... we just needed a new playpen Tsai-blog to jump into this morning... that is, us older kids (Kid too, I guess) that go to sleep earlier and earlier nowadays.
    ...
    Thank you, ST, for hosting us, informing us, teasing us, feeding us, and keeping our Warrior Football Fever alive.
    02/11/07 @ 12:09

    Comment from: Stephen [Member]
    Yep, I'm covering softball.
    Well, when I can.
    It started on a whim, and then I realized, this is fun.
    02/11/07 @ 12:14

    Comment from: Stephen [Member]
    And SteveM, stop kissing up. That's the Kid's job.
    02/11/07 @ 12:15

    Comment from: al [Visitor]
    eh, kid, now you are playing the guessing game.
    stevem, you making us mhs grads look bad here.
    well, i am bored, but, the boss is looking for me.
    02/11/07 @ 12:20

    Comment from: SteveM [Visitor]
    OK ST, only one kissup per season. I'll take the penalty and go to the lurking box. Sorry, Al.

    Notice I thanked ST for feeding us too (hint, hint). Just following Al's 3 F's for this blog...
    • Football
    • Food
    * Friends
    This could be significant?
    02/11/07 @ 12:53

    Comment from: Long Time UH Fan [Visitor]
    5 F's: Family, Friends, Football, Food and Fun... :-)
    02/11/07 @ 13:21

    Comment from: Stephen [Member]
    Five Fs
    Two Gs (Gi and Gi)
    02/11/07 @ 15:25

    February 2007: 5 F's of the blog (Football, Food, Family, Friends, Fun)
    July 2008: 6th F = Fishing

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  144. HawaiiMongoose:

    Re #132, I was at the game that day and 16,000 in a 50,000 stadium looked even more depressing in person.


  145. Kevin:

    UH's all time leader in wins, Stephanie Ricketts officially joins the Rainbow Wahine Basketball Team!!!!!!!!!!

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  147. wafan:

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  148. Da Punchbowl Kid:

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  149. Da Punchbowl Kid:

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  150. Chicken Grease:

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  151. koakane i5:

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  152. Kevin:

    Ricketts makes the first ever softball-basketball cross over student-athlete in UH history.


  153. HiFlyer:

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  154. Garret:

    We hardly get that many fans for the Hawaii Bowl if we had, say Tulsa v Fordham. Of course if we had a "name" schools like Nebraska v Washington playing we could get a number that exceeds the required number.

    tommui,

    Don't forget that NO "name" school like Nebraska or Washington will be playing in the Hawaii Bowl because that will go to a CUSA school. The only CUSA school that will draw any local fans is SMU, but they won't bring any of their own. Worst case would be a MWC-CUSA matchup like Nevada-East Carolina where neither school would bring any fans and Hawaii fans wouldn't show up either.

    UH is required to pay for Waikiki hotel rooms for 100+ people (players, coaches, others) for a week for the bowl game, which eats significantly into the bowl payout. UH also has to give bonuses to the coaches and other things that really cuts into the profit--where UH doesn't have to pay any extra for an extra home game.


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  156. Garret:

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    Cody VonAppen was there that day, enjoying the usually friendly waterfalls at the natural wonder Slippery Slide at Waipahee, on the island of Kauai, with his family and several Hawaii football players. When the waters turned deadly, sucking then 6-year-old Cody under, Smith was the one who lifted the boy to safety.

    He died, at age 20, saving Cody.

    "Yeah, I still think about it," VonAppen said last week while sitting in a WOU football office conference room, book bag on the table, after seven hours of classes.

    "I tatted on my leg, got Shannon Smith across my leg here," he said, pointing at the scripted name, tattooed on his calf, just below his knee. "I'm just thankful for what he did for me."

    In five games, the once-maligned VonAppen hasn't thrown an interception. More importantly, he's thrown 12 touchdowns and run for five more. He leads the team in rushing (458 yards) and passing (1,558 yards) and averages nearly 300 yards a game in total offense.

    "A year ago, I wouldn't have imagined him throwing for 400 yards in a 66-point win," WOU head coach Arne Ferguson said. "But with his work ethic and believing in himself, he's done it."

    http://www.polkio.com/ns/sports/24240/a-long-road-to-monmouth-western-oregons-cody-vonappen-finds-success-after-personal-adversity


  157. koakane i5:

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  158. madeinhawaii:

    Good to see that Cody has turned himself around. I thought his football days were over when he got in trouble.


  159. wafan:

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  160. Chicken Grease:

    Thanks # 156 Garret. Almost forgot about that situation.

    Didn't even realize "son of" is playing football.

    If yesterday (kinoo) was "The Day of the Three-Headed Political Talk," then, today must be "Hawaii Human Stories" day on The Warrior Beat.

    GO WARRIORS


  161. Kapolei Doc:

    When JJ was brought in to replace Von Appen the system was broke. We needed to completely re-tool and that's what he did. We had nothing to loose by making a complete change in the system. It worked. You can see what happened the first year and the subsequent years he and his system was at UH. I think it is clear that the system JJ installed allowed us to recruit competively and win consistently.

    When Mack was replaced by Chow the system wasn't broke, it simply needed some tweaking to get back on track. Remember if it hadn't been but for a few points in a game or so UH would have been headed to the Hawaii Bowl and we wouldn't be having his conversation now.

    It is my understanding the JD wasn't in favor of firing Mack and wanted to give him a chance to to get things back on track and finish the last year of his contract. This ruffled some feathers in the adminstration and maybe elsewhere. I would be curious as to who made the push to replace Mack before his contract was up.

    By starting over with a new coach and system before it was time and before we had the right personnel to run it has put us in the position we are now in. And that is sad.

    With all that being said, I am a long time season ticket holder and I will give my full support to Coach Chow to getting this program headed in the right direction.

    If fails to do that within a reasonable time, then he will probably suffer the same fate as Mack but with the legacy of Von Appen.

    Good luck to Coach Chow and the Warriors.


  162. Chicken Grease:

    Kapolei Doc:
    October 24th, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    When JJ was brought in to replace Von Appen the system was broke. We needed to completely re-tool and that's what he did. We had nothing to loose

    That "loose," above, ahould be "lose" instead. :)


  163. greenthumb:

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  164. Chicken Grease:

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  165. d1shima:

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    At his induction a couple of years back they talked about his exploits as a Wildcat. All the Hawaii boys were hoping that the "Hawaii years" wouldn't be mentioned! :mrgreen:


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  168. sean:

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  174. Chicken Grease:

    KHON-2 evening news reported on whether Frank Tanabe's ballot will count (should not, according to archaic state law).

    Don't get it -- the while point of an absentee ballot is because you know you can't be in a voting booth any time on Nov' 6. Should the reason count? I can understand if you going be in prison on that day . . . but, for most other reasons? Your darn vote should count if you do abs' ballot.


  175. Chicken Grease:

    Don't get it -- the while

    That is the whole . . . not "the while".


  176. LizKauai (mbp):

    Vog is settling in like the plague.
    Hope the Warriors can stay out of it!

    GO WARRIORS!


  177. PurpleMaple:

    With the cold temperature and thin air, Warriors lose this one 24-13


  178. Bleed Green and White:

    Not to be insensitive....but Cody von Appen, really? I just can't find myself cheering.

    I mean, honestly, i don't know the kid at all, so it's not a personal attack or anything like that, in fact, he could be a very good / nice young man.
    However, that way Fred acted while head coach at UH, the way he represented the program, us as fans, the state, the things he said, to be honest, they were embarrassing. Really embarrassing.

    For me anyway, almost like Frank Arnold. I just am not 100% all in supporting Gib because of Frank. I don't know Gib, never met him, he might be a wonderful person (despite about 80% of his team digging out), but because I lived thru the Frank era....NOPE!

    I wish no harm on either of them, no ill will or anything like that. But excited about their exploits?
    Not me!


  179. madeinhawaii:

    BGW,

    While Cody may be Von Appen's son, he is also a local, Kalaheo high school product.


  180. Bleed Green and White:

    I get that.....and you're right, I have tp appreciate that at some level.....


  181. SAWARRIOR:

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  183. Chicken Grease:

    # 178. "Child of" the famous (or infamous, in this case) accounts seem to somehow hold an obligatory fascination, at the very least.


  184. SAWARRIOR:

    178. so when someone don't support JJ, Mac, chow or whom ever, you should understand. everyone has their own personal "thing" going on. lol


  185. SAWARRIOR:

    179, sry. he aint' no local. if he's local, every military kid here for their tour is local. IMO


  186. clyde:

    For what it's worth: Cody grew up in Hawaii from about the age of 5, and lists Kailua as his hometown on the Western Oregon web site. Kinda "local" to me.


  187. Chicken Grease:

    No joke. PBS Hawaii's showing their show, Nature, right now. An episode called "Magic of the Snowy Owl." [emphasis added.] One od the mother Snowy Owl's oweltte's has just died . . . and she is feeding it to the rest of her children. Got ornithologist version of Dr. Lecter?

    The father Snowy Owl is no where to be found.

    Eyyueeeuuwwww. Do we want our Warriors to, uh, um, do we want them to really play Temple?

    Oh, no. Polar bears arrive on the scene. Oh. They move on. Even THEY can't bear (pardon the pun) the owlness of these owls.

    I gotta go pray (not "prey" like how these Snowy Owls do), now.


  188. Chicken Grease:

    One od

    That, uh, should've been "one of" and not "one od."

    Mosquitoes seem to attack resting Snowy Owls with fervor, per this show. Does it matter? When yo' mama is feedin' ya' to the rest yo' siblings?

    Back to praying.


  189. Jeannette:

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  190. cocobean:

    Remember Cody from his days in youth basketball. Never coached him but coached against his teams many times. He fit in with the "local" kids, could speak fluent pidgin when necessary.

    One time he told one of our players who was showboating after hitting a three, "eh, no ack."

    He's "local" in my book.


  191. mo808:

    Hui! Pomai!

    My guess for this weeks game is...(drumroll) ... UH wins its second game of the year (crosses fingers)!

    Go Warriors!

    See you Saturday at Anasia's for TV gate!

    A Hui Hou!


  192. 3-Prong:

    154
    Garret: i thought that the Hawaii Bowl was a privately owned operation. I didn't think UH would have any financial liability unless it was playing, in which case they would only be responsible for purchasing a certain amount of tickets. ????


  193. TYaiea:

    Pomai: UH 17 Co.St 31


  194. madeinhawaii:

    3-Prong...

    I always thought it was owned and run by ESPN... sponsored by Sheraton Hawaii... and each team got paid a certain amount. No more. No less. My understanding is that UH doesn't make a whole lot from the Bowl but it does get good exposure. Furthermore... not being in the bowl makes the bowl harder to sustain and should ESPN withdraw it's support... ...


  195. kev-1:

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    UH vs CO
    10    -    56    Independent
    17    -    14    Pomai
    17    -    14    AlaWai
    17    -    10    tommui
    17    -    13    Former UH Athlete
    17    -    31    Tyaiea
    21    -    28    primo888
    21    -    20    BigWave96744
    21    -    14    DPK
    23    -    20    HiFlyer
    24    -    27    SAWARRIOR
    24    -    17    LizKauai
    24    -    13    PurpleMaple
    27    -    30    Bowwar
    27    -    24    sean
    28    -    21    greenthumb
    31    -    28    3-Prong
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    35    -    31    Glenn
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  201. al:

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  203. mo808:

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  214. Wes'side Warrior:

    By the way...

    This talk of whether or not Cody VA is "local" or not...

    He's probably lived in Hawaii longer than several Tsaikos and Tsaikettes have (who have also come from places other than Hawaii)! And yet we somehow look at them as locals just 'cause of the support they give to Hawaii. Hmmm...


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    Belated birthday wishes to A-House too! Hope you had good fun! Love and aloha to da 'ohana!


  217. gmahoney:

    During the VA years, Cody was on a youth soccer team with my youngest son, the entire VA family would be there, except for the dad, who would be preparing for that night's UH game. The mom and siblings were always there, supporting Cody. Once, during the losing streak, VA was there (maybe a bye week) off to the side, listening to college football on his transistor radio.


  218. Slugger:

    Hope you had a wonderful birthday, Mr. A-House!

    Morning, gang!


  219. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Many of us may know of some keiki o ka aina, who were born in Hawaii, educated for the most part in Hawaii, worked in Hawaii and even buried in Hawaii, who never cared for UH football - might be strange but true.

    There are many who were born here in Hawaii, educated for the most part in Hawaii and now on the Mainland.

    All of these folks have some of the local values that they grew up with whether they are here or abroad.

    I would classify all of them as being "local"


  220. Bulla:

    Mr. A-House,

    A belated birthday wish for you my friend, I pray it was filled with childish behavior, adolescent frivolity, and mature consumption of adult beverages......in other words, "...braddah, I hope you wen go buckaloose!..."

    Be blessed not stressed...Hauoli La Hanau


  221. al:

    bulla...great salutations to the venerable mr. ahouse.

    methinks though that he participated in none of the above.

    but, hey.

    happy birthday to the old guy!


  222. papajoe2:

    A-House, sorry I missed your birthdate. i hope you had a great one. I celebrate birthdays by the week so Happy Birthweek A-House!


  223. papajoe2:

    Pomai, no predictions this week. I picked the Warriors to win in the begining of the year and they got blown out. So I changed my predictions the last 2 games, picking the other teams and they still lost. What got me was I almost won the prediction contest by picking New Mexico. That I would never like to win, predicting the score for the other team to win. I always cheered for UH and always will. Go Warriors!


  224. A-House:

    thank you again for the birthdays wishes!!!!!!!


  225. A-House:

    It seems that the veery first offensive UH play is a pass to the flat - usually to Stuzman - one game the corner will back pedal and when the ball is snapped, rush forward, intercept for a pik-6

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    Cody is a great local kid. Years ago I signed up my then 7 year old for his first baseball camp at UH before he even played in a league just so he could learn some basics before signing up for little league. On the first day of camp all the kids were assigned to a team with names like Dodgers, Giants, etc. When the introductions by the coaches were finished and all the boys were told to follow the coach of their respective teams to their places on the field my son was left all alone at home plate as he had no clue what the teams meant or what was happening. I watched from the stands in anguish as no coach came to find out where he belonged on this first day of camp. Cody turned and noticed my son was lost and came back to check on him. He noticed the team name on his tag and told my son to follow him as they were both on the same team. Cody is the same age as my son but even at a young age showed amazing leadership skills as he went out of his way to guide my son through his introduction to baseball. Cody went on to have a great career in football and baseball through his years at Kalaheo and my son who found his love in baseball went on to have an all-star career at Kailua and always shared a smile and utmost respect for Cody through years of competing against each other. Cody is not only a local but a winner in my book.


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