Comeback?

December 5th, 2012
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Defensive end Siaki Cravens, who missed the past two seasons because of injuries, said he is seeking a medical exemption that will allow him to play football as a sixth-year senior in 2013.

Cravens is completing work on a bachelor's degree. He will participate in the Dec. 15 graduation ceremony.

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Princess Leila will complete work on a master's degree in public administration this week.

But hold the lei.

She will participate in the graduation ceremony in May.

Yellow is her favorite color.

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Applicants are lining up to replace tight end Ryan Hall, who announced his retirement from football this week.

Josh Long of Riverside College joins the Warriors in January.

Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson will move from the defensive line.

Harold Moleni and Craig Cofer return for their sophomore and senior years, respectively. Clark Evans also is back, although he was regarded more as a slotback.

It appears that Ethan Watanabe will move to center.

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Clarification:

While executive assistant Lacey Lavarias is an alumnae of Washingotn State — she attended there for a year — she earned a bachelor's degree at Utah and a law degree at UH.

Utah and UH alumni associations may continue to send her newsletters.

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