UH to play Michigan in 2016

November 6th, 2012
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The Warriors will be going to Michigan for a game in 2016.

The Big House will pay big kala: UH will earn $1 million for the appearance, according to sources.

Credit Rockne Freitas for arranging this deal. Freitas said he played at the Big House twice – with Oregon State and an NFL exhibition when he was with the Detroit Lions.

* * * * *

It's Election Day, which means the polls are open and UH is closed.

It also means that the athletic department complex will be without water this morning. That's an inconvenience for coaches and student-athletes who either are preparing for events or in off-season training.

* * * * *

It appears Mike Edwards' shoulder injury is not as serious as initially believed and he is expected to be available for Saturday's game against Boise State.  He probably will sit out this afternoon's practice, but he should be good to go in the next couple of days.

* * * * *

For those who wondered, Robert Kekaula is the play-by-play announcer for OC Sports' telecasts of UH football games. Because this is televisions sweeps period, he was required to remain in Hawaii for the past two road games. Kanoa Leahey, as always, did a good job as the replacement.

470 Responses to “UH to play Michigan in 2016”

  1. duffer:

    GO VOTE!


  2. duffer:

    Why is there no water?


  3. Chicken Grease:

    Ohayooooooooooogozaimasu!!!!!

    Go vote.

    GO WARRIORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  4. AlaWai:

    Tree!


  5. Stephen Tsai:

    Duffer:
    Not exactly sure. Not sure if they turned it off for maintenance. That would be odd because the school is closed and, well, who would do the maintaining? Bob Coolen? A-House? Another UH mystery. But if I were a visitor, I wouldn't try to take any short cuts through bushes today.


  6. AlaWai:

    Ouch! Too late.


  7. Stephen Tsai:

    Ala Wai:
    And it would be a good idea to stay away from wet trees today, too.


  8. PeteJek:

    Televisions sweeps? How about Kanoa Leahey as play-by-play; Robert Kekaula as color.


  9. Stephen Tsai:

    I never liked the idea of pre-set sweeps.
    I think it should be an average over the entire year.
    That would be like basing newspaper circulation on election weeks.


  10. BaddaMo'oMan:

    Koot Monning.

    Speedy recovery to Mike. He's one tuff sunamagun.

    Bradda Kanoa Leahey sounds like a natural for da play by play. Bradda Robert Kekaula is good for da inside stuff.


  11. kapakahi:

    Hawaii Nike SPARQ Combine test results.....

    - Aofaga Wily (Feb. 2010 test results)
    http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/player/combine/_/id/127707/aofaga-wily
    - Tyler Taumua (Feb. 2012 test results)
    http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/player/combine/_/id/150281/tyler-taumua
    - Abraham Silva (Feb. 2012 test results)
    http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/player/combine/_/id/150266/abraham-silva

    NOTE: I would expect that Wily is now faster than he was from almost 3 years ago....probably somewhere around a 4.5 40. I would also expect Taumua to be faster now since he's 15-to-20 pounds lighter now than when he tested 9 months ago.


  12. Stephen Tsai:

    Kapakahi:
    Thanks for the update.


  13. kapakahi:

    Sad thing is....

    ....that now gotta follow-up the local HS football scene.....for competitive football.


  14. kapakahi:

    DROUGHT.....definitely with local competitive football....except for HS scene.


  15. letsgowarriors:

    scout article has Utah as the favorite for Kamalei Correa right now, but he'll also probably visit Boise State. those are the top 2 for him.


  16. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, Gang!

    Happy No-Campaign-Ads Eve! (Maybe)

    Hope you all have a great day!

    Heal up, Warriors!


  17. Stephen Tsai:

    Word on the street is that he has a girlfriend who either is going to or is attending BYU.


  18. Stephen Tsai:

    Need I bring up the fact there are more than 6 billion people on the planet, and more than half are women. The odds of getting a girlfriend are very good; odds of getting a football scholarship, not that good. Take the scholarship, then attend the campus parties.


  19. letsgowarriors:

    interesting, bc his other offers are to Arizona State and Oregon State. i personally would go to either ASU or Boise. screw Utah.


  20. Stephen Tsai:

    If you're 50 miles away in college, you might as well be 1,000 miles away.
    Student-athletes don't get to wander that far off campus during season.


  21. Stephen Tsai:

    If it came down to Oregon or Oregon State, I'd take the Nike swag.
    If it came down to Utah or BYU, I'd go with Salt Lake City.
    If it came down to Boise or Hawaii, I'm going with green. Boise is a nice, peaceful place for old farts like me. If I were young and athletic, I'd choose Manoa.


  22. Kevin:

    More than 3 billion women on earth. Maybe its not so easy to find a girlfriend considering how much time some have spent on the blog as of late....


  23. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Top whatever.

    On to the voting booth.


  24. kapakahi:

    While would be great for Warriors to get Kamalei, JMHO that he's been the 3rd best DE this ILH season....behind Titus Failauga (Pac-5) and Canton Kaumatule (Punahou).....probably on-par with Ruairi Brady (Punahou), Kingston Fernandez & Thordan Latu (Kamehameha).

    Might be a better prospect to play hybrid DE/OLB instead at the next level. Same goes for Ualesi Sale (Aiea).

    Losing Paipai at the hybrid DE/OLB next season will be a big loss for Warriors.....since no obvious replacement candidates in the fold.....other than Iuta Tepa.


  25. Stephen Tsai:

    Kevin:
    Single guys should appreciate ranters. That increases the dating pool for non-ranters.


  26. Stephen Tsai:

    I do know UH is salivating over the Waianae guy.


  27. Old School Dave:

    You think UH has problems? Washington State's leading WR who was benched was suspended after walking out on a night time conditioning session.

    http://www.faniq.com/blog/Washington-State-Football-WR-Marquess-Wilson-Suspended-Blog-57450

    Mike Leach, the WAZZU HC is getting paid $2.2 million a year.


  28. letsgowarriors:

    true, i dont have a problem not landing Correa.

    id like Tulimasealii, Sale and Failauga locally.


  29. Old School Dave:

    I should have said that that WSU receiver has been suspended.


  30. MattyBoy:

    ST,

    What's going on with Hawaii football? I know you've stated to me already that they're a very young team and time is needed, but come on....it's like Hawaii is a high school football team playing college football teams! Something just doesn't seem right. UH keeps getting blown out every single game! It's like I expect them to lose every team we play. I can't believe that we are that bad! Heck, we won more games last year with almost the same players we have this year. Do you think this will be another repeat of the Von Appen Era?????


  31. Stephen Tsai:

    Several years ago, I went to the Great Alaska Shootout. A family serves as our host for Thanksgiving. There's a guy at the party who is with a woman. The next night, we're at a bar, and we see that guy with another woman. At the time, the ratio in Alaska was 10 guys for every woman. The greedy bugga had two women.


  32. MattyBoy:

    I certainly hope not


  33. Kevin:

    Stephen Tsai Says:
    November 6th, 2012 at 8:11 am
    Kevin:
    Single guys should appreciate ranters. That increases the dating pool for non-ranters.

    Yes indeed.


  34. Dan-O:

    Bring back Rocky S., as an alumni host recruit.....wasnt he perfect in having local recruits stay home?


  35. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez!

    Dragged this over from yesterblog:

    “Do the unexpected. Take 20 minutes out of your day, do what young people all over the world are dying to do: vote.”


  36. jeezy33:

    24. I think Tepa is the guy to replace Falemalu. I don't know what our D line looks like next year with academic status of Dejon Allen and injuries to Friel and Samia but we need to sign 2-3 JC DTs in my opinion. Quality ones too.

    We need to salvage this season somehow and Moala and Tuaau are must signs.

    I would probably sign 1 JC Safety. Marrell should be solid by next season. I like Jerrol Garcia Williams at LB. Don't know what we have after that though. Fonua needs to be a lot more aggressive. Laurel comes back but his production has been down this year.

    Offensively, I dont even know where to begin. If our O line doesn't improve, it doesnt matter who our QB is. Dont trust our WRs. Chow should probably call more quick read throws. I felt like our O line was pretty decent in the beginning of the year. And it just gotten worse.


  37. Old School Dave:

    Kent Untermann, Blaine Gaison, among other former UH players and graduates who have gone on to successful careers in private business and education would be great ambassadors for the program to recruits.


  38. Stephen Tsai:

    Actually, it's not the same team as last year. The 2011 team had Vaughn Meatoga, Kaniela Tuipulotu, Zach Masch, Liko Satele, etc., on the defensive line. Aaron Brown and Corey Paredes were the linebackers. The offensive line was very deep. UH was really fortunate to have that string of fifth-year offensive linemen — Kia, Letuli, Lefiti, Leonard, etc. all those years.
    Mack's biggest gripe was that he claimed JJ didn't recruit his last two seasons. Well, that obviously, wasn't true. I thought Mack had deep recruiting classes in 2008 and 2010. They lost way too many prospects in 2009, and I think only four coaches were recruiting last year.
    You reap what you sow.


  39. kapakahi:

    Wonder if UH even looking at the Mililani HS DL/DEs Mene Perese and/or Dakota Turner (a SDSU verbal commit).

    Both late bloomers with legit 6-3 height & body frames to gain alot more muscle mass.

    Hmmmm.....????


  40. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Recruiting is going to be crucial, no doubt.

    Chow said on the news last night that he loves the guys we have on the team, but need to emphasize recruiting to shore up the overall depth and strength of the team.


  41. Stephen Tsai:

    Jeezy:
    I think Pierce and Fields will make it next year.
    Allen is still iffy.
    Still don't have a definite number, but it looks like they'll be bringing in some linemen, receivers and DBs. They're set at QB and RB for a while. Not sure how they'll address the long-snapper and punter situation. Anyone else notice that Fresno State's long-snapper (Chad Preacher) was a UH walk-on a couple of years ago. I think Mack cut him.


  42. Stephen Tsai:

    Kapakahi:
    Yes, they are.


  43. Old School Dave:

    Aside from Kapua Sai, a Utah transfer, there are no juniors or seniors on the O-Line for UH. Just have to deal with it, no sense crying about it. But the question is, how did that happen?

    I wonder if Coach might consider bringing in one of the assistant S & C coaches from Utah, USC, or UCLA? There obsviously is a lot of work that needs to be done in the off-season as far as getting the players bigger, faster, and stronger.


  44. kapakahi:

    #36,

    Warriors defnitely looking to land at least 2 JC DL (Tua'au & Fenumiai) from RCC (same school as JC TE commit Long)....but would generally prefer to get HS kids instead.

    OL is young and physcially talented enough....but obviously need to be developed. Chow has stated publicly several times that the previous staff did a good job recruiting the OL talent....but just not enough bodies. Task is for Wiesehan.....to develop the players that Gordy Shaw recruited.....and to continue to recruit more OL talent.


  45. jeezy33:

    deep class in 2008? Haku, Paipai, Hanohano, and Laurel were the only players left from 2008.

    2010 is okay but if we look at quality, only Beau Yap, Moses Samia, and Lefotu were caliber players. None of the other have shown much yet.

    Overall, Mack didn't really have any solid recruiting classes as far as grading out the whole class.

    I'll give Chow credit that his 1st recruiting class is better than any of Macks. But his scheme and ability to make any adjustment with his current personnel is cause for major concern.


  46. Lopakalolo:

    Oh. Shucks. I thought Kanoa was the new play-by-play guy. Kekaula, (bless his heart),
    has such an odd speech pattern and sounds like he has rocks in his mouth. He acts like he
    thinks he's such a cool guy, but, his body language is so distracting, with his perpetual hand
    gestures and arm waving, that he comes across as a posturing fat boy. Leahey Jr. has an
    odd speech pattern as well, but he calls a great game. Robert tries to do the play-by-play as well as be the color guy.


  47. kapakahi:

    #43,

    Levi Legay (who was recruited by JJ would've been a returning senior) agreed to "medically retire" at Chow's request.

    Bobby Curran was incorrect in statement on his morning radio show.....since Chauncy Winchester-Makainai (Mack's recruit) is a redshirt junior OG who has started a few games and seen considerable game action this season.


  48. madeinhawaii:

    Kevin,
    #22... Not true. I met my wife online in 1998.


  49. d1shima:

    It also means that the athletic department complex will be without water this morning. That's an inconvenience for coaches and student-athletes who either are preparing for events or in off-season training.

    A good day to NOT be doing the after practice interviews. :evil:

    Mahalo to The Blog Host! May he venture forth with the wind at his back....


  50. Stephen Tsai:

    Jeezy:
    Were Rodney Bradley and Aaron Brown part of the 2008 class? I can't remember.


  51. jeezy33:

    44. Of course you prefer High School kids but we have no depth returning and last thing you want to do is rely on Fr and So recruits to carry your team from 1st 2 recruiting classes.

    A guy like Tulimasealii would definitely contribute right away. But usually need to redshirt D linemen like Andrade.

    Are you really convinced our OL is talented enough? Aside from Lefotu, Muir, and Clarke, I am pretty concerned. I wouldn't mind signing the LT from Riverside. Jacob Seydel. I know I got heat last year for it but I was never high on either of the Sai brothers. My opinion hasn't changed.


  52. Old School Dave:

    Talk about reliving one's glory days. Twenty-one year old posed as a high school senior in order to play football.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/highschool-prep-rally/21-old-posed-high-school-senior-michigan-elaborate-151700714.html


  53. jeezy33:

    50. Aaron Brown and Rodney Bradley were both 2009 class wtth Alex Green. Brown got hurt so he got a extra year. 2008 was the year Mack signed 5 JC WRs I think that didn't start. Tinoco, Taylor, Blount, Bell, Henry. And I actually liked Tinoco. Henry returned kicks but I wouldn't sign a JC WR if I only planned to use on kick returns.


  54. Stephen Tsai:

    I liked Tinoco, too He had some bad luck (injuries) but he definitely was under-used.


  55. kapakahi:

    #51,

    OL players are definitely talented enough.....Coach stated it publicly himself several times....but still need to be developed. The OL players (Afusia, Dew, Lefotu, Loyd, Muir, Shigematsu) recruited by Gordy Shaw have the potential and talent....but need Coach Wiesehan to develop them. Apparently Wiesehan might not be as convinced as Gordy Shaw was....since Warriors are looking to recruit a couple of JC OTs.


  56. cocobean:

    From what I've read about the coach I get the impression he pays a little too much attention to details. From where they tape their ankles, how they exit the buses for the Warrior walk to how they enter the stadium. Attention to detail is good but ......

    If I were Chow I'd loosen up a bit. In prep for the Boise game, I'd tell the players they decide on how to enter the stadium, what music they want played and where to do the haka. The coaches would follow the team unto the field.

    Coach give the players a small sense of ownship over the game.


  57. Stephen Tsai:

    Blount also should have played more. But he always had other issues.


  58. Stephen Tsai:

    Hmm. I'll be tactful and just say that your feelings about a certain coach were not shared by some coaches from past staffs.


  59. LizKauai:

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    Good news about #1
    STAY HEALTHY, GUYS!!!

    Attention to details is good.
    The HC also needs to have the BIG PICTURE in focus so that those details play their parts...

    Happy Election Day!


  60. Stephen Tsai:

    I liked Mack and each and every one of his assistant coaches. I loved chatting with Rolo, Gordy, Cal, Tony, Miano, Mouse, George, etc. Great guys. But I had a different working relationship with them than they had with each other.


  61. Kevin:

    Old School Dave:
    November 6th, 2012 at 8:39 am
    Talk about reliving one's glory days. Twenty-one year old posed as a high school senior in order to play football.

    At 31 he will try to coach HS football...

    At 41 he will try to coach HS football...

    At 51 he will try to coach HS football again and backtracks to pop warner...

    At 61 he will relinquish his football coaching attempts to the world of internet blogging.

    :lol:

    :lol:


  62. madeinhawaii:

    Wasn't Aaron Brown part of the 2009 class along with Alex Greene?


  63. kiipua:

    #41 "They're set at QB and RB for a while."

    Does that include Ricardo Johnson III (2014)?

    Johnson, who graduates next year, says he's already received a verbal offer from Chow & Demarest [ http://www.bitly.com/U7fs7b ]. I'm assuming to play QB, but why Demarest unless they're thinking (of Johnson at) DB? Johnson established national cred as a QB in High School Development League, played and developed himself as a QB since peewee, was contacted by Michigan State, Oregon, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Stanford, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Mississippi State, Miami, Cal, Missouri, UCLA, Colorado, and Indiana to play QB.

    Not saying Hawaii can compete with those guys, esp if Johnson continues to shine. But hard to believe any position could be "set" after this season, even w/Graham.


  64. Stephen Tsai:

    Probably should have written set for 2013.
    In 2014, Graham and Higgins will be seniors, Woolsey will be a sophomore, Zwahlen will be starting his mission.


  65. cocobean:

    Every UH fan probably wonders how another QB might do.

    My biggest fear is we'll follow the path Colorado is taking. We have about the same record and are vitually statistical twins. But Chow is no Jon Embree. He hasn't caved into the pressure and used 3 different QBs to no avail.

    Again, many fans have a patience span of 8-9 games.


  66. warriorfan:

    As for the o-line, we do have some good players that can become great players, but Coach Chow are making the same mistake as Coach Mack, That is not putting his o-line players in at mop up time so they can get some game time experiences. "Monkey See, Monkey Do" Monkey DO Monkey get better"


  67. Stephen Tsai:

    Old School Dave:
    I think I saw a Law & Order episode where a woman kept pretending to be a teen. She'd graduate, then end up at another school. In the episode, a teacher who slept with her was accused of statutory rape. When it was learned she was in her 20s, she faced the same charges for having relations with her high school boyfriend.
    OK, this is what happens when they practice in the afternoon and I have too much TNT on my hands.


  68. d1shima:

    Coupla good '15'ers to watch.

    Noga at SLS
    Noa at O College


  69. Stephen Tsai:

    I think Frank Loyd was the only available lineman who didn't play this past week.


  70. jeezy33:

    55. I just wonder if they are physically strong enough at times. We seem to be getting over powered lately. When after USC game, I came away thinking we had a pretty solid group.


  71. kiipua:

    #65 Thanks for clarifying. Keelan Ewaliko (2013) too, though I haven't seen him play, don't know where they'll slot. Yeah, just thought of RJIII when citing "1 or 2 blue-chip QBs" on Chow's radar that he might be thinking of (e.g., demonstrating commitment level) by sticking w/Schroeder.


  72. jeezy33:

    I still don't know where Ewaliko plays in college. Def has speed so nice to have him. Think I saw Chow wanted to grey shirt him to get stronger though.


  73. kiipua:

    #75 Yeah, if KE's stopped growing (5-11), then I could see a switch to DB, esp. with his speed.


  74. letsgowarriors:

    Fields going Pac12.


  75. madeinhawaii:

    Realtime vote counts... Women outnumber men almost 2 to 1... if that keeps up.. Obama is a shoo-in. http://www.facebookstories.com/vote


  76. letsgowarriors:

    Fenumiai's production has been down this year, due to injuries. im not sure if im sold on him anymore. the starting soph DT for RCC, Daniel Fusi got offered by Boise. i wonder if UH coaches are looking at him. interesting that Boise going after 2 JC DTs, in Taimatuia and Fusi.

    RCC has another DT who is only a frosh but will be getting a lot of offers by the time he gets his AA, Ajay Fanene.


  77. Stephen Tsai:

    Wonder where Kagawa goes?


  78. letsgowarriors:

    are there other schools after Kagawa?


  79. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Hope everyone votes today!

    Aloha!


  80. Pauoa Boy:

    Paipai's replacement...hmm, does bruddah Siaki Cravens get to come back? Did he get to have a medical redshirt or is he done? Keelan Ewaliko and John Ursua once returned from his mission could be a nice tandem as slot guys. Both have playmaking ablility and quick feet. A bonus is they're both HS QB's. Would be nice to get Pierce in and Fields. Fields could bring that much needed experience and depth at the corner if Edwards leaves. Pierce is another young gun that could contribute right away like N'Quan. I'd like to see Friel finally get on the field though and when Gus Lavaka makes it back from his mission, that could be a nice interior with Samia holding it down, Moala too. Regardless, unless the coaches get their ish together it won't make a difference who's playing.


  81. letsgowarriors:

    think Cravens is done.

    Ewaliko and Ursua would be nice in the slot, but when will that hard head coach ever run 4-wide? hopefully we have another coach by then that will run an offense thats a little more open and aggressive.


  82. puhi:

    Aloha kākou,

    Just finally watching the game on TV, channel 23.

    So Schroeder is looking for a receiver when a Dlineman comes through the line on the left side. He manages to get ahold of schroeder and Schroeder fumbles!

    Thatʻs why we need to change the QB!!!!!

    Something has to change.

    ʻnuff said


  83. Stephen Tsai:

    Cravens is pau.
    I think Tepa is a d-end.


  84. Stephen Tsai:

    Fumbles were addressed in this morning's story.
    Does anybody buy a subscription around here?


  85. gobows:

    #52 nothing new, even to hawaii. remember in 1995 the university of texas came to town, they too had an imposter that used the name ron weaver. he was 30 years old using documents of a friend that was 23. he was a db and played against UH, he played the whole year. texas had a good team that year too, won 10 games, and went to the sugar bowl. he got caught, served no jail time for fraud. and the ncaa did almost nothing to texas. texas had to forfeit the sugar bowl pay off. they should have made them forfeit all the games that he played in.
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1007649/index.htm


  86. Independent Thinker:

    On recruiting

    Seems to me every coach on staff at UH should be assigned an equal number of high schools locally to recruit. For example, coach 1 would recruit St Louis, Kamehameha, Kahuku, etc., and coach 2 would recruit Waianae, Leilehua, etc., and so on and so on, so that all the local schools would be covered and we wouldn't miss out on a Mariota and the many others we have missed out on in the recent past.

    This would insure that UH coaches are talking directly to high school coaches, asking for the "scoops" on who, from that high school, UH should take a harder look at, for whatever reason. Seems if UH had been doing this, we wouldn't have lost so many talented kids to the mainland schools. Seems this part of the equation has been missing in years past and, from the look of things now, from the year present.

    Seems if UH had been talking to Hao, Mariota would have gotten an invite. I'm happy for Mariota and his family and for the way things turned out for him and his family. He gets to play on a bigger stage, where his talent is appreciated and showcased every week. Under Chow, Mariota would have been a wasted talent, sitting on the bench, playing second fiddle to a duke reject, like Higgins.

    Chow being chow, I don't expect this will ever take place. More of a comment for the next coach to think about or for the powers that be at Bachman to think about.


  87. puhi:

    Sorry ST, Iʻll take another look.


  88. d1shima:

    The pro set beat the spread on Saturday with this screen.

    http://www.grantland.com/blog/the-triangle/post/_/id/41979/aj-to-t-j-breaking-down-alabamas-game-winning-play


  89. Hank:

    #77 West Point.


  90. d1shima:

    ...but not, unfortunately for some of us, the spread. :-(


  91. al:

    actually, every coach is assigned certain local schools already.


  92. Independent Thinker:

    Final note for today

    If I'm a parent of a talented player, I would tell him to play for anyone but Chow. If you stay home and play for chow, you will warm the bench in favor of rejects from the mainland, no matter how talented you are.

    This has been chow's message from the beginning and it has resonated loud and clear for all except the deaf and the blind.


  93. al:

    we have really upped our game in the recruiting department. the fruits of such labor will bear in a few years.

    glimpses of the future are occasionally spotlighted with the likes of garcia-williams, fonua, jackson, phillips, milovale, and the like.

    "but its going to take some time this time..." - karen carpenter


  94. madeinhawaii:

    I don't think we beat the 'spread' this season at all... well maybe against Lamar...


  95. al:

    i think its already started...

    keith uperesa, who's health has been a big concern in particular of him handling running backs instead of his forte', er, olinemen, has slowly and progressively been asked to cross over to help wisenhan. wouldn't be surprised to see, uperesa's health providing, be given a larger responsibility in this respect in the days ahead.


  96. puhi:

    Aloha kākou,

    Independent thinker, you may be right about QB but there are plenty of local bradas playing elsewhere.

    I say Higgins is a gamer.


  97. d1shima:

    actually, every coach is assigned certain local schools already.

    A big improvement from last season!


  98. al:

    then you must be one of them.


  99. FatJeff:

    Hawaii Warriors
    @iHawaiiWarriors
    Michigan adds Arkansas, BYU, Hawaii, Ball State and Miami (Ohio) to future

    Article says the Warriors will play Michigan in 2016. Doesn't make it clear if it's a home or away game.


  100. Independent Thinker:

    In the words of Manti Teo, Higgins is a "Uce", so yeah, he would be a gamer. Agreed, Puhi.


  101. Na Koa Mike:

    The Na Koa lunch report is now up.

    http://www.nakoa.org/2012/11/11512-lunch-report/


  102. Kevin:

    $1 million after travel expenses???

    Now THAT would be a good deal.


  103. jeezy33:

    I have a subscription...

    We just need to go back to identifying solid WRs who can make plays in space. I don't think local WRs is the way to go unless a guy completely stands out on the field. By stand out I mean Kanawai Noa. I actually like Stubblefield more than Tabuyo at St Louis.

    This is by far the worst WR corps at Hawaii since we ran the option. Even if we complete a pass, we'd be lucky to get 5 yards after. I still think Gant is the best play maker we have although can be inconsistent at times. I would like to see Chow give Amadi a shot soon. He is young and a guy who could have success if we found some short plays for him allowing him to make a couple guys miss.


  104. LizKauai:

    Michigan added Arkansas, Brigham Young and Hawaii to its future football schedules on Tuesday.


  105. jeezy33:

    At least we wont have to chase Denard Robinson.


  106. letsgowarriors:

    any official visits this weekend? lots of HS kids have wrapped up their senior seasons.


  107. Kevin:

    Honestly... Would have preferred getting $1.7+ or NOTHING.

    Michigan can afford it and other BCS programs have paid more out to "body bag" opponents. Lets face it, that is what they consider us to be.


  108. letsgowarriors:

    we wouldnt factor in the QB, Denard Robinson, into our defensive gameplan.

    i wonder if our DC will ever be able to defend a college offense?


  109. Kevin:

    Get away from the election coverage.

    Rainbow Wahine vs Stanford on OcSports right now.

    Was a GREAT match and was great to be there live.


  110. Stephen Tsai:

    By the way, folks, start reserving your rooms for next year's game against Oregon State. They're filling up fast.


  111. cocobean:

    People confusing opinions with facts again.


  112. haka:

    Oh ye of little faith,
    I say no whine before its time.
    Of seeds sown through a harsh winter,
    Springs nectar of flowers bloomed.
    And what of you then?
    Ye of little faith.
    And come the change of fall,
    The fruits of time will bear.
    And what of you then?
    Ye of little faith.
    And what of you then?


  113. kiipua:

    #77/#78 Speaking of Oregon State, Tribune-Herald reported (back in Aug) Beavs were interested in Kagawa too (already has 2 scholy offers from Hawaii/Army). Haven't seen him play so couldn't even guess what natural v. best position might be. Already plays a lotta DB; too small (5-10, 184) for LB; but HS coach says anywhere, including KR/PR, wildcat QB. Agree would be intriguing slot option (like KE) as someone mentioned above.


  114. madeinhawaii:

    cocobean:

    Is that a fact?


  115. Old School Dave:

    Just a thought, but I wonder if it would be in the cards for Chow to develop some type of returned missionary program like they have at Utah or BYU? It can be particularly advantageous to have a bunch of 22-23 year old linemen with beards on your offensive line going against fuzzy faced 19-20 year olds.


  116. jeezy33:

    Anyone listening to Pacheco right now? just played tele conference and Chows answers have me concerned.

    First of all when asked his vision for the program. Response was "we want to be the best we can be." So he goes from saying we want to chase championships the day he got hired to now were in the army.

    Next he talks about difficulties about being a HC and he didn't have to deal with other issues that came with it before.

    Then of course he threw out injury excuse. But he said its not an excuse. Similar to McMackin. Every year our guys are going to get hurt. Its a given. Part of me wonders the kind of shape and conditioning our guys are putting in off season. Also don't know what kind of strength program we have. We do seem to get hurt way too often.


  117. Old School Dave:

    ESPN announcers were praising former UH player and GA, Joe Seumalo's son, Andrew for becoming the first freshman to start at center for OSU in some 34 years.


  118. Chicken Grease:

    Mr. Tsai -- any detail on whether Michigan gave an "oh, haha, that's right we were supposed to play the Warriors but we chickened [pardon the pun on self] out. Let's set that game, then, finally :) ?


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  120. Old School Dave:

    Sidenote: Former UH O-Line Coach Mike Cavanaugh recently had neck surgery and is recovering.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dv6p_EjfNKM


  121. cocobean:

    #114. No just an opinion.


  122. Old School Dave:

    Oopps. That should be Issac Seumalo. Andrew is his brother who is a senior on the OSU d-line.


  123. madeinhawaii:

    cocobean

    Ah.. and I can take that as a fact, I presume? ;-)


  124. madeinhawaii:

    I see our Oline as a group of good athletes that were on a champion tug-o-war team. They have the size.. they have the muscle.. appearance wise, they look great. Then somebody decides to put them all on the Sumo team without adequate practice and preparation. In 12 match ups how many wins will each have? How many will come out of the season unscathed?


  125. SAWARRIOR:

    where are my posts? wtf?!


  126. madeinhawaii:

    Hmm... looks like next season's potentially big box office money making game against USC will be moved to Thursday... .. Sounds like an ESPN deal.. which means the money goes to the MWC?


  127. HawaiiMongoose:

    Interesting. Michigan had to replace its 2015-17 games against Notre Dame when the Irish cancelled on them. Hawaii is a beneficiary. Good move by Freitas to take advantage of the opportunity.


  128. madeinhawaii:

    Did we get burned by the MWC again?


  129. HawaiiMongoose:

    If the USC game is moved to Thursday it will hurt ticket sales and cost UH money. There had better be some kind of compensation.


  130. jeezy33:

    ST, any possible way you can get this highlight video out to Norm Chow? DE Garrett Marino is a freak at 6-2 260 and I may not be a football expert but this guy can play. Anyone who watches this video can see it. The reason I ask is because he has 0 D1 offers at this point and is probably better than any DE in Hawaii hands down.

    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/660279/highlights/28330384


  131. Bowwar:

    The Tulane and Michigan games are good examples where I think Donovan didn't do his job...I hope the new AD is more aggressive in scheduling and holding his coaches to performance goals.


  132. jeezy33:

    Also want to note that he plays against the top competition in the state too.


  133. letsgowarriors:

    i know the coaches dont listen to fans, but u really need the coaches to take a look at Marino. we'd be crazy not to offer.


  134. nanakuli:

    I wonder who will be the Hawaii head coach to make his debut against Michigan in the big house? Whats next in 2017, Clemson at death valley?


  135. Kapahulukine:

    Chow will be a huge success, I'm sure. He's never held a HC position, so of course he has a couple year's learning curve ahead of him. Somehow he got passed over for 25 years. But, anway, after he gets his education, we should all be ready to go!

    But in the one-in-a-million chance that Chow leaves after next season, UH ought to think about the consequences of skimping on how much their willing to pay a decent HC. Possibly somebody young, flexible, can communicate with young people, knows how to recruit. And hopefully somebody who has held a HC position in a successful capacity before.

    If the budget of UH (received from the state) is $300 million, then maybe coughing up $1.5 mil for a coach with a credible resume isn't such a bad idea. For what is easily UH's biggest PR billboard--the FBS TV schedule--it is actually not a bad price. There is no way UH is going to attract that kind of out-of-state attention for cheaper. Out-of-staters pay full tuition and bring more attention. More attention helps academic prestige of the institution.


  136. RedZone:

    Meecheeegan. Seems like big teams like to schedule us when they don't feel threatened. But it wasn't a home and home so I hope the pay off is good.


  137. RedZone:

    Meecheeegan. Seems like big teams like to schedule us when they don't feel threatened. But it wasn't a home and home so I hope the pay off is good.


  138. MattyBoy:

    Jeezy,

    Damn man that Marino kid is a beast!!! How does he have no offers?


  139. laulau head:

    Lots of good stuff today gang...

    BTW, any word on Trevor Davis' neck injury?


  140. MattyBoy:

    How do we get Chow to view that highlight video of Marino?


  141. Wes'side Warrior:

    Jeezy... your #130 (12:34pm) above...

    Dang! That kid just absolutely crushes anyone he comes across!

    While sitting around this past weekend, waiting for our car to get serviced, we got to see something we rarely watch... television! This link is to the "High 5" prep sports coverage by local Fox Sports Atlanta. I was told they actually have sports (field) reporters with cameraman at these high school football games! Click on any of the game scores to watch video highlights of these games.

    http://www.high5sports.com/


  142. kapakahi:

    Not to worry.....since Coach Chow and MV HC Bob Johnson are best buds. That's how UH got on CB Anthony Pierce for the 2012 Signing Class.

    Interesting though that Marino is not mentioned among the top 35 Class of 2013 OC prospects....
    http://www.ocvarsity.com/sections/article/gallery/?pic=1&id=30353

    BUT....if the MV Diablos go deep into the CIF-SS playoffs and even as far as the CIF State Championship games, then Marino is sure to get some pub....if he's worthy.

    BTW, the other "local" connection with the MV Diablos is soph OL Adam Tufono (son of former Iolani star Loimata "Junior" Tufono) who transferred from Kaiser HS when Junior moved the family back to the OC this past summer.


  143. Wes'side Warrior:

    Hope that gives us enough time to save up for a return visit back up to Michigan. Would be good to stop by for a few days.


  144. letsgowarriors:

    kapakahi, try and check out the recent articles on ocvarsity regarding MV games. everyone mentions how much of terror he was.


  145. Pauoa Boy:

    Send that video to Coach Rauscher our recruiting coordinator at prausch at hawaii dot edu


  146. RedZone:

    Found this on Marino.

    http://arizonastate.scout.com/a.z?s=43&p=2&c=1237196&ssf=1&RequestedURL=http%3a%2f%2farizonastate.scout.com%2f2%2f1237196.html


  147. jeezy33:

    No idea how he doesn't make the top 35 list. Only thing I can think of is he played LB last year and was like 6-1 220 pounds. This year hes at 6-2 260. Everything I've read about him is he's for real. Greg Biggins who does all the ratings thinks he can be en elite player at the next level. No reason to be biased there.


  148. letsgowarriors:

    could be grades, since hes only hearing from D-2 schools.


  149. RedZone:

    From what coach Chow has said I think he may want to get bigger on the dline.


  150. jeezy33:

    One of our top targets, Paulo Lepua is 6-2 255. I think if you can play, then you can play.

    I mean, I'll take Beau Yap over any of our D linemen.

    I do think we need to get bigger in the middle. Outside though, our taller guys haven't exactly done all that much.


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  155. d1shima:

    Romney takes the opening kickoff and puts up a FG for the early lead. We'll see how effective the President's ground game is next.


  156. WarriorNY:

    Hey guys...
    Sorry for my slightly drunken ranting yesterday on the election...


  157. d1shima:

    The Pres ties it with a well-executed drive on the home turf


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  159. WarriorNY:

    Michigan in 2016... That's great news... I'll meet any of you folks in 2016 in Ann Arbor...


  160. kp3409:

    yea that kids a beast...thanx for the vid..


  161. kev-1:

    Big House? Shoots!

    Is Temple final yet?


  162. WarriorNY:

    Let's get more games like this... Congrats Rockne... Great job..


  163. Kevin:

    Damnit.... Doesnt look good for former WWE, Inc. CEO Linda McMahon in CT.


  164. kev-1:

    Jeezy . . . that kid Marino is a beast! He folds everyone that steps in front of him. He has some speed too.


  165. WarriorNY:

    Kevin where did you see the CT polls?


  166. Kevin:

    Just now on NBC.


  167. RedZone:

    Chow needs to get one of these.

    http://preco.boisestate.edu/broncolife/nutrition


  168. 3-Prong:

    Watchin Battleground results is like watching a good national championship football game.


  169. Kevin:

    3-prong.

    By that do you mean like a national championship college football game, the winner is decided by a few select like how swing states can effect the election?

    I thought my vote in Hawaii counted???

    I thought national championships are decided on the field???

    :lol: :lol:


  170. WarriorNY:

    If Obama wins Florida,
    This is going to be a landslide...


  171. WarriorNY:

    Kevin... I agree... I don't understand why electoral college is still functioning... Popular vote would give every voter an equal say...

    I hate that if you live in on of 4 states your votes mean more than those in other states...


  172. madeinhawaii:

    In this computer age, the Presidency really should be a popular vote. There is no excuse for it not to be. It's not like everything is being hand counted anymore.


  173. Pauoa Boy:

    jeezy33,

    Just forward the info on Marino to Coach Rauscher. Kid got a nice relentless pursuit to the ball carrier. Looks like Kennedy from Waianae, a man amongst boys in the way he plays and wraps up the ball carrier. Would make a nice edge rusher like Beau Yap.


  174. Kevin:

    WarriorNY,

    When Bush won over Gore, who had the popular vote, it was simply wrong.

    Now I did NOT vote for Gore. While I voted for Bush, I am not so full of my own crap that I believed he "won" based on simple logic.

    Bush (although MY vote) winning was NOT the will of the people as the simple fact more people voted for Gore.

    There is common sense and then there is simple politics and working the system to shortcut results.


  175. PurpleMaple:

    ST, I thought 2011 was a real solid recruiting class. Although it was light on O-linemen.


  176. Kevin:

    And I voted for Bush twice.


  177. Kevin:

    People that have gripes about their voting counting for something have legitiamate concerns.

    At least locally, vote counts are being tallied as they should be based on ... LOGIC.


  178. Kevin:

    Seriously, these political analysists need to stop using sports terms.


  179. kiipua:

    #130 Good link, impressive highlights. Did you watch the game clips? When I looked at the 3 x clips against El Toro, Centennial and Santa Margarita -- the 3 x best opponents listed -- saw a couple of good moments (from #99) against El Toro (although 1 x TFL on a sweep should be credited to blocking miscues btw LT/RB) but not much against Centennial or Santa Margarita (#68, #62, #20 had their moments too). Just hard to tell who #99 dominated in the highlight clip (i.e., how good/bad were the opponents?). Would be great if Mission Viejo somehow met up with Murrieta in the playoffs/championship.


  180. kiipua:

    #179 Typo. "#68, #62, [#80] had their moments too"


  181. Kevin:

    NBC claims Obama will win Pennsylvania.

    Romney ahead in Florida by 12,000 votes with 79% counted.


  182. duffer:

    Hey we're going to play Michigan in 2016.......


  183. WarriorNY:

    Kevin@174,
    That's an awesome point..


  184. Kevin:

    Obama looks to win Wisconsin.

    Romney leading by a margin of 600+ in Florida.

    Raw vote in Ohio with 38% counted has Obama at 53%.

    Looks like we are due for a Civil War.


  185. Kevin:

    Todd Akin looks like a bust.

    Good.

    Sick bastard.


  186. Chicken Grease:

    Just stick to the REALPOLITICS dot com page for election results . . . or else you'll only end up being confused by the alphabet channels' results and pro-Obama interpretation.


  187. lava:

    I vote for a Chow successor. I am a member of the anti-suck party.


  188. Chicken Grease:

    That's Real CLEAN politics dot com. :) Seriously, the Left press results will only confuse you.


  189. Manoa:

    Romney may pull it out with a big surprise, but right now it looks very bad for his chances.


  190. kiipua:

    O now leading in FL *AND* OH - Florida Obama: 3,817,866 Romney: 3,771,348 (87%); Ohio Obama: 1,700,281 Romney 1,614,577 (87%) GEEVUM!


  191. obachan:

    Anyone know if Chow applied for a head coaching position before? Some of his answers lend me to think that he never gave much thought to decision making particular to the head coaching position and although these things are new to him, I would think that he would have had a lot of time to consider them given his long tenure on the sidelines.


  192. jiminy cricket:

    Interesting comment by Monte Kiffin, DC of USC today. After surrendering 730 yards to the Ducks, he said when you give up that many yards it is not the players you have, it is the system and schemes you are running and they are going to reevaluate their entire defense.

    For those who believe the blowouts UH is sufferring are bc of the players or lack thereof, you need to reevaluate your thinking. It is a much bigger problem than that. The entire offensive scheme needs to be thrown out and maybe the defensive scheme too.


  193. Kevin:

    Chicken Grease,

    How stupid do you think some of us are? Directing people from the liberal media to a site that leans conservatively and insinuating that is fair?

    No grease, more like Chicken S***.

    If you claim Republican, say so and be proud of it but dont cite your bias as being an alternative that you insinuate is fair.


  194. kiipua:

    Holy crap. O even leading CO Obama: 871,485 Romney: 814,759 (65%)


  195. WarriorNY:

    Kevin,
    I'm sure Mr. Grease didn't mean to mislead anyone... Real Clear Politics actually normally has very good polls that I follow.... And I'm very liberal...

    I have to say... I'm starting to think the Pres will win Virginia, Ohio and now Florida... The Obama Organizational skills will be studied for years for these two elections...


  196. Chicken Grease:

    Well, whyn't you go look at the 'site, Kevin. Real Politics gives links to those very alphabet channels.

    Testy today, ehy, Kevin?

    YOU'RE supposed to be so reasonable yourself?

    November 1st, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Rail is useless. All over in 50 days anyway.

    So no hu hu. Come down to the BIG END OF THE WORLD BLOCKPARTY in Chinatown 12/21/2012.

    1) Invite everyone you wanted fo false crack and lick em.

    2) Invite that ex girlfriend that was one big **** and tell her how it is.

    3) Call former bosses that were jerks and ... (see #1)

    CHEEEEEE!!!!

    Gonna ignore youir posts from now on, Kevin. Have a nice life.


  197. kiipua:

    #195 Their commissioned polls may be accurate, but let's be "clear": RCP itself is owned by Forbes Media which, according to Forbes, is a "conservative election blog". [www.bitly.com/QQIqYV]


  198. WarriorNY:

    I'm changing my prediction... Obama will get 332 Electoral Votes...


  199. WarriorNY:

    Mazie Hirono wins!!!


  200. Chicken Grease:

    WarriorNY:
    November 6th, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    I'm changing my prediction... Obama will get 332 Electoral Votes...

    Heh. I didn't take your "write nice t'ings about the other candidate" bet, as a reminder, WarriorNY.

    Hope you folks are getting the help you need over there on the East coast, WarriorNY. ;)


  201. RedZone:

    Obama just needs 8 more electoral votes to win.


  202. Tommui:

    Interesting comments tonight on the blog.

    To those whose candidates did not fare well tonight, get over it.
    To those whose candidates won, get over it ... you did not get elected.

    Surprising, the Union will survive no matter who gets elected - as will our State and our City.

    Meanwhile, GO WARRIORS; GO WAHINE!


  203. WarriorNY:

    President Obama re-elected!!!!!!!!


  204. RedZone:

    Obama wins.


  205. madeinhawaii:

    All right OBAMA!


  206. HiFlyer:

    NBC and CBS saying Obama for another four years.


  207. WarriorNY:

    Tommui,
    We'll all get over it but you have to let some of us celebrate one night...


  208. Chicken Grease:

    Hey!!!! A Grease is #200!!! Which means . . . a Grease gets . . . 200 electoral votes! :P


  209. RedZone:

    Romney lost his own state.


  210. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    So happy I am tearing up that America has chosen to re-elect Barack Obama!!!


  211. WarriorNY:

    Woohoo!!!


  212. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Tommui,

    Ain't getting over it brother! No way, no how! =)

    GObama!


  213. Kevin:

    I NEVER agreed with the electoral college process. It lacks common sense. I voted for Bush in 2000 and Gore won the vote of the people. I accept this and acknowledge this. Only a sensible person would. This was my first realization how full of crap this voting system is. Yeah the guy I voted for "won" but the will of the people and democracy was manipulated. It was clear then and its clear now.

    Whoever voted for Romney and wanted change should keep their heads up, the people have spoken and Romney won the popular vote. Its simple to understand logical outcomes when you are NOT held and so biased towards party politics.

    The electoral college PROVES the leadership of this country is played like a game.

    Bush played the game and won, Obama played the game and won. But... did they really win the vote of the people?

    Democrats good luck but look at the popular vote, no way in hell does it mean the POTUS did everything right the first time.

    Republicans dont spin this and complain about the popular vote. Like how the democrats failed in providing a viable alternative with John Kerry, Romney and Ryan couldnt win their own states.


  214. Tommui:

    REDZONE 209 - with the problem we have - ran out of ballots in Waianae and other points and the votes will not get counted until they vote - I think it is safe to say that the President won his own home state. :-) The Punahou mafia strikes again!


  215. Kevin:

    Chicken grease,

    I see what I see, you see what you see.

    Its over.

    Back to sports.


  216. Kevin:

    Only in Hawaii you run out of ballots.

    Idiots.


  217. Chicken Grease:

    # 210 . . . seriously, iwonderwhy'? Oh, brother, heh.

    Congratulations to the incumbent, President Barack Obama . . . hope you guys like his 2nd term.


  218. Kevin:

    Shut up Neil...

    Leech.


  219. WarriorNY:

    Signed, Sealed, Delivered... Whooohoo!


  220. Chicken Grease:

    Man, it's a sadfest on FOX news, hahahaah. They cannot hide it.

    The change woulda' been neat. But, the electoral process has spoken ;) .


  221. RedZone:

    THe SEC voted for Romney.


  222. Kevin:

    With Colorado voting to make marijuana legal, the entire NBA demanded to be traded to the Nuggets and the entire NFL demanded to be traded to the Broncos.


  223. kiipua:

    Networks call OH for O but OH still statistical tossup with 77% reporting (won't affect electoral outcome)


  224. WarriorNY:

    @Kevin... hahaha


  225. papajoe2:

    Why does the SA headlines say that Hirono defeats Lingle? They didn't even count the ballots yet. Some people still voting at this time. Something fishy?


  226. SAWARRIOR:

    congratz warrior NY...... did you get your posts deleted to from here?


  227. Kevin:

    WarriorNY,

    Pro athlete millionaires like weed. What can I say?


  228. kiipua:

    CNN: Romney just took 2,000 vote lead in OH Romney - 2,259,173 O - 2,256,785 (78%); but O just pulled ahead in VA; still leading FL.


  229. cocobean:

    The only reason I voted for "Barry" was I want to see a "cat fight" in 2016.

    The "Iron Pants Suit" versus the "Hockey Mom."

    JK, of course.


  230. SAWARRIOR:

    i will start my 48 hour hiatus in 4 min.


  231. kiipua:

    CNN: Romney lead grows in OH; Romney - 2,295,003, O - 2,275,618 (79%) but won't affect electoral outcome (290 w/OH, 272 w/out OH)


  232. WarriorNY:

    SAWarrior...
    Forget about the crazy wager... No worries about it at all about it... We both got different positions politically but we all have similar interests when it comes to Warrior Football...

    I def respect your opinions.


  233. turfwar:

    Jeezy, that Marino kid would definitely help the Warriors at DE or FB. He is really fun to watch. Good find.


  234. WarriorNY:

    So keep on posting...


  235. WarriorNY:

    So forget the 48 hour wager... No worries about it...


  236. WarriorNY:

    Kevin,
    I have about half of my family that would also like to relocate to Colorado... haha


  237. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    God Bless America!


  238. kiipua:

    CNN: O leading OH again; O - 2,361,173, Romney - 2,338,708 (80%); fluctuation due to late tallies from O-leaning precincts; fluctuations will continue though call for OH-to-O looks legit.


  239. Chicken Grease:

    NHK (the free one; Rease has all 4 channels :) ). They're addressing the election showing:

    Obama 281electoral votes
    Romney 203 electoral votes.

    NHK news is objective as they come when it comes to reporting foreign news, yes MORE that Real Clear Politics if anyone starts wondering (pardon the indirect pun).

    Waiting for Tsai to tell us politicals "shaddap a'eady.". Heh, maybe he just waiting for tomorrow for the official end date, Tsai so objective. :)

    SAWARRIOR . . . think you 48 hour started . . . today, so, THREE DAYS NOW, bwahahaha! A Grease kids w/ya; how gracious of a WarriorNY.


  240. papajoe2:

    Is there any other local and sports news since the voters are still voting? Can't wait til tomorrow when all the dirty politics are over. Tonight we will see excuses and bitterness. The sun will shine tomorrow.


  241. BaddaMo'oMan:

    Believe me gangy, if incoming recruits could come in right away and contribute, yet show case there talent. All will be for nothing if they don't fit into the right system.

    Like I said, the placement of players in positions to make plays show cases talent all across the board with all 11 on the field.

    WE ALREADY HAVE TALENTED PLAYERS ON THE TEAM. THE QUESTION IS HOW YOU GONNA USE THEM????? HELLERRRR......


  242. Chicken Grease:

    Here's something both sides can agree upon with regard to Obama's re-election (and, incidentally, tying in something about the University of Hawaii, no less).

    Ahem. Here a Grease goes:

    So . . . maybe in this 2nd earned term, the President can finally, FINALLY come to the Manoa campus to do a commencement speech. I mean, it's not like the university WASN'T down the road from his high school and, um, in his birth state. No?

    I mean . . . maybe he can give an hour or two to Winter commencement exercises while he's vacationing her during Christmas/New Years? Oh, look!!! It's almost December! Still time for him to do this in his first term. ;)

    . . . and that's election day commentary from a Grease. :D


  243. 3-Prong:

    The Electoral College giveth and it can taketh away. I say bring back the popular vote. Majority rules. Period. Till then, lets work together for a better nation.

    Big House? I'm there. Warriors In Da House!!


  244. 3-Prong:

    Agree with WarriorNY that SAW should keep posting.


  245. kiipua:

    Lol. "Fox News Decision Desk" says Karl Rove should eschew Mitt's Math; OH will go to O [ is.gd/vFebio ]


  246. 3-Prong:

    169 Kevin: at the time, florida, virginia, ohio were close and critical to the outcome. Supah exciting!


  247. kapakahi:

    #68,

    JMHO that Class of 2014 RB Adam Noga was the top RB in the ILH this past regular season.

    In addition to WR Kanawai Noa, JMHO that there's quite a few local Class of 2015 FBS college prospects....just in the ILH alone.

    On the O-team roster, there's....
    - LT Semisi Uluave
    - DE Canton Kaumatule
    - SS Ronley Lakalaka (Steven's younger bro)

    .....while the Kapalama-Oahu campus has....
    - FB Salanoa-Alo Wily (Aofaga's younger bro)
    - RB Kaulana Apelu

    .....while the Crusaders have....
    - OL Fred Ulu-Perry


  248. lava:

    Some people have their heads buried in bi-partisan cleavage, and others just want the home team to win. The true Warrior fans have no good candidate in this election. Only a new coach will enable us to escape the current predicament. Down with Chow and his cleavage from a by-gone era. Remove now, or let us hope all talented recruits go elsewhere and put the old man in his grave. As for Polymom, since Chow has proven himself, by record, to be a total chump and otherwise, it doesn't bode well for your son. I'd be looking at other schools.

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    274, is that why he was so anti-rail?


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  288. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

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    Tell about this. How brave of you to mention this.

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