Warriors land receiver, two linebackers

December 9th, 2012
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Two JC linebackers and a receiver accepted scholarship offers from the Warriors this morning. They are:

• Julian Gener, 6-0, 230, of Mount San Antonio College.

• Tevita Lataimua, 5-11, 230, of College of San Mateo.

• Wide receiver Stacey Howard, of San Bernardino Valley College.

Also, wide receiver Terrance Polk reaffirmed an earlier oral commitment to the Warriors.

Of note: The surfing instructor on this trip? Quarterback Taylor Graham ... of Ohio.

157 Responses to “Warriors land receiver, two linebackers”

  1. 3-Prong:

    Wow. First?


  2. 3-Prong:

    Welcome New Warriors!


  3. sl1322:

    Great news!


  4. d1shima:

    Show!


  5. d1shima:

    :evil:

    Nope...outta da munny


  6. Stephen Tsai:

    Fo' fo' fo'


  7. laulau head:

    Nice! After yesterday's sad Hawaii sports day, I needed this!!


  8. d1shima:

    Gonna be kinda crowded in that LB group this Spring.

    Like the news about the potential QB1...need good footwork to ride da waves!


  9. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Aloha to the new Warrior!


  10. d1shima:

    Yep yep yep


  11. Chicken Grease:

    Ohayooooooooooooooogozaimasu!!!!

    You looking for a recent Hawaii winner on the mainland? Online search for one <b}Matthew Hashimoto -- Hawaii dentist[!] -- who sang At Last at the challenge of all challenges, The Apollo Theatre (Apollo Live TV show on BET). Incredible, shocking . . . and he WON his round!!!!

    Yes. That Etta James' (not Beyoncé's, please) At Last.

    # # #


  12. d1shima:

    Are Polk and/or Howard the "field-stretching" kinda receivers?


  13. Stephen Tsai:

    I've learned a new phrase: "Trigger."
    These are trigger linebackers. They quickly identify the play, then they attack.


  14. Chicken Grease:

    Cripes, d1shima, post are not Doritos chips. :)


  15. Stephen Tsai:

    Polk and Howard can get deep. Fast.
    I'm still hopeful that Billy Ray Stutzmann and Trevor Davis can step up big next year.


  16. d1shima:

    Upgrade upgrade upgrade


  17. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Welcome to our new JC transfers.


  18. Annoddah Dave:

    ST & Tsaiko Blog Dogs:

    Much thanks to JJ and the rest of the unnamed Tsaikos for setting up the annual Xmas party. Fuud was guud, so was the beer, and the Tsaikos who were there to join in the camaraderie.


  19. Stephen Tsai:

    d1shima:
    Did you go to the party last night? You weren't there when we arrived.


  20. d1shima:

    How would I actually know you arrived?


  21. d1shima:

    Yep, I left with Jason. One of us needed to be in church early this morning.


  22. Stephen Tsai:

    d1:
    Well, I would be walking in, while locked arms with DPK, while Bruddah Iz's Hawaii '78 played.


  23. d1shima:

    Although, I would have liked to have seen the room light up when you folks showed up in your "Club Clothes"!


  24. Stephen Tsai:

    d1:
    We would have been there earlier, but we had to do our Gangnam Style dance.


  25. Old School Dave:

    Good Job Taylor!! Welcome new Warriors!!


  26. d1shima:

    Well, with the way things went for Hawaii favorites in the ring last night, I suppose DPK getting you in an arm lock wouldn't have been beyond belief....


  27. d1shima:

    OSD liked the Grammy Awards Concert Show?


  28. Chicken Grease:

    How was the party, everboty? Hope you had fun. You Tsaikos and Tsaikettes deserve to have fun. All conscientious, hard-working people.

    ST and d1shima, no fight, OK? :)

    Look for Bob Costas on that lousy NBC football show (wish Al Michaels would leave that show) today to call for a prohibition on cars and driving, but, that NFL football players should still be allowed to drink alcohol. R.I.P., Jerry Brown and go straight to jail, do not collect $200, Josh Brent.


  29. d1shima:

    ...from the "Low" rent district to the highs of the Gangnam area?


  30. d1shima:

    CG,

    No fight is always fine with me.


  31. Stephen Tsai:

    It seems redshirting was the best thing for Graham.
    He got to immerse in the lifestyle. Even on karaoke night, he was near the front, singing and dancing away with the redshirts.


  32. Stephen Tsai:

    d1:
    Wena was more of the dancer.
    Oldest rule: Don't be the person who has to watch everybody else's bags.


  33. d1shima:

    SteveM,

    Wea wuz you last night?

    Smart money said last night you wouldn't be able to 'splain dat on this family blog! :shock: :oops: ;-)


  34. Chicken Grease:

    # 28, meaning, that show should be google times greatful they HAVE Al Michaels. He's the best.

    # 30, d1shima -- OK, fight a GREASE instead, then, c'mon, bring it. Hahaah, nah, it's the holidays, no time for fighting. Bless you all.


  35. Chicken Grease:

    Stephen Tsai:
    December 9th, 2012 at 9:45 am

    Oldest rule: Don't be the person who has to watch everybody else's bags.

    Haahahahaahah. "Steve, try watch our bags, yeah, we going bat'room!"

    Or

    "Steve, you going our bags while we go to d'a buffet firs'? We make fas', promise!"


  36. d1shima:

    Ackchally, I was wondering if Koakane showed up late in search of Greenies?


  37. Chicken Grease:

    Right on and aloha new Warriors!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Julian Gener

    • Stacey Howard

    • Tevita Lataimua

    # # #


  38. Old School Dave:

    Geez! A team resembling the SD Chargers is leading the Steelers 27-10.


  39. Old School Dave:

    Looks like the UH linebacking corps will be very competitive in 2013.


  40. kapakahi:

    - WR Stacey Howard (San Bernardino Valley College, CA.)
    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/471380/#highlights/28207373
    - LB Tevita Lataimua (College of San Mateo, CA.)
    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/511669/#highlights/7174404
    - LB Julian Austin Gener (Mount San Antonio College, CA.)
    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/378133/#highlights/21419378


  41. el burro sabio:

    Nice, that makes 12-14 verbals depending on how you count. Hoping for verbals from some offensive linemen.


  42. kapakahi:

    #15,

    I'm just hopeful that TD is still a Warrior next season.


  43. kapakahi:

    Might even be nicer IF Warriors can eventually secure a commitment from that 5th visitor from this past weekend.


  44. 3-Prong:

    d1: ......by the way, Happy Hanukkah!


  45. kapakahi:

    #43,

    Actually not really a true "visitor".....since only really a short drive away.


  46. SteveM:

    d1shima:
    December 9th, 2012 at 9:45 am
    SteveM,
    Wea wuz you last night?
    Smart money said last night you wouldn't be able to 'splain dat on this family blog!

    Really? I was hoping for a last-minute $699 cruise but was at home just like the last 4 parties...having found the usual venue niche too confining for more than 25 people. So stopped going to not exacerbate things more by adding to the body count...and some of us have large bodies. :|

    But I received a couple messages that there was sufficient space with good fuud last night. I am encouraged for next year.


  47. kapakahi:

    #41,

    That "visitor" would definitely be one of those coveted.


  48. sl1322:

    #43,

    Any hints? Koehler?


  49. el burro sabio:

    kapakahi, how many other "visitors" in addition to the 5 you mentioned yesterday?


  50. ai-eee-soos:

    #40 kapakahi: thanks for the vid.

    WR Stacey Howard - " goes across the middle", and also blocks well.

    Looks like we got a player !!!


  51. kapakahi:

    #49,

    The earlier hints were apparently all that were needed. Looked to be lone local "visitor" this past weekend.


  52. el burro sabio:

    Thanks kapakahi


  53. Warrior Dave:

    So glad Chow getti g some new players in to compete, especially at wide receiver position. I love Davis and Stutzman but they need to take up a few notches.


  54. kapakahi:

    #50,

    Was premature on the Arizona visitors.

    Now only one (that fills the desired position) is still supposed to visit soon.....apparently this coming weekend. The other one is apparently now pending.


  55. kapakahi:

    #15 & #54,

    Just repeating that....I'm just hopeful that TD is still a Warrior next season.


  56. Kekoa:

    Table #2 was looking to each other for the 'cue' when Mr. Tsai made his grand entrance. Since it was prolly the 1st time any of us have seen him in a suit since forever - we weren't sure what the protocol called for. Not knowing wether to bow at the waist or genuflect as he passed our table, thank goodness I received a Xmas hug from Wena to lighten the mood!

    We salute you ST! We raised our glasses in appreciation for your constant pursuit of Warrior news. We were happy to toast our fearless Blogmeister with a liter of our fave adult beverage. Prost-Prost-Kamarade!


  57. sl1322:

    Thanks Kapakahi.

    Is Moala still scheduled to transfer?


  58. innocent observer:

    thought that chow is looking for size - 6 feet or less linebackers are not bigger that those we have now. size and speed should be the requirement.


  59. DoubleB:

    @59 5'11" 225 looks quick and solid. I watched every second of all 3 JC guys vids... And Lataimua looks like a very good get to me, my favorite of the three.


  60. DoubleB:

    Mahalo Kapakahi really appreciate the info you provide.


  61. Kevin:

    Where does one surf in the state of Ohio?

    Oh yeah, nevermind.


  62. DoubleB:

    Kevin,
    One thing about surfing I almost forgot while rearing 3 kids and working 2 jobs ( I wasn't able to surf for years ) it's great excercise, basically free as long as you have a board, and highly addicting. Oops that's 3 things.


  63. Derek:

    Tevita looks like a bad a----. What a hitter and he runs like a RB. Reminds me of Manti. Need OL, DL, DBS , Punter, and LS, and a special player.


  64. Slugger:

    Nice! Looking forward to seeing these recruits on the field.

    Mahalo, JJ & crew who helped with the par-tay! It was great to hang out with the Tsaiko 'ohana. I actually tried their Aloha Brew red, not too bad. For those of you who have never seen me drink a beer, you missed it.

    K, off to meet an AZ friend for another one of the F's... Fuud...

    Laters...


  65. wafan:

    Good Sunday afternoon!


  66. wafan:

    Welcome to the new Warriors!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  67. Stephen Tsai:

    Actually, there were more recruits here than Kapakahi has stated.


  68. Stephen Tsai:

    Trevor Davis is staying.
    Cecil Doe is staying.
    UH isn't cutting any scholarship player.


  69. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    So nice of UH.


  70. Stephen Tsai:

    I was a junior at UH when I was hired as a part-time reporter at UH.
    Covered everything — canoe races, high school sports, marathons, half-marathons, surfing, Samoan banquets, boxing, etc.
    Some shifts my job was to file photos. I'm fairly certain I put some Pete Rose photos in the Jimmy Connors folder.
    On UH football nights, I'd edit through the middle of the third quarter, then drive to Aloha Stadium and get quotes for "Ferd."
    I was passed over four times for a full-time job.
    Managing editor said Bart Asato and I should go to the mainland if we wanted full-time jobs.
    But we stayed, and a new managing editor (Gerry Keir) and sports editor (Clyde Mizumoto) hired us as full-timers.
    That's how it is at UH. People can paint a picture of the future. It's up to each whether it becomes a reality.


  71. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Picture of 5 recruits who took their visit here. I think its Howard's instagram account.

    http://instagram.com/p/S_5ytYGVTs/


  72. Stephen Tsai:

    IWWTHM:
    A) Number is still off.
    B) Why are you following Howard on Instagram?


  73. Bryson:

    Great news on the JC commits also Ronald Fields sounds like he's a Warrior still...


  74. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    ST,

    Link was posted on another board's thread. Thought it was a nice pic though with the new "H" in the background and such.


  75. d1shima:

    Nice analogy, Stephen...for UHAD and practically anywhere else, too!


  76. Stephen Tsai:

    IWWTHM
    Actually, it's good that you're able to post updates. I appreciate that.


  77. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    ST,

    No problem. Not really an update since it appears the post is a few days old. Then again, its better than my usual questions. lol.


  78. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    d1,

    How were the shrimp cakes last night?

    ...Oops, that didn't last long.


  79. Stephen Tsai:

    IWWTHM:
    Aw, I like how you question things.
    That's why I thought you should have stuck it out in politics.
    You remind me of Mark Takai when he was younger.


  80. DoubleB:

    @74 Mahalos


  81. Lockdown:

    I've heard that former Campbell h.s WR Daniel Masifilo is planning on transferring from Arizona State to play at home


  82. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    ST,

    Who knows what the future holds. More questions. More pictures. More campaigns. One thing for sure, I will task Pomai with being my campaign manager.


  83. d1shima:

    iwwthm,

    Shrimp cakes were terrific! As was every other selection carefully selected by (J)J. :-)


  84. kapakahi:

    #71 & #72,

    JMHO but that big fella on the right end of the photo looks every bit as physically mature as the rest of the fellas....even though he's the only one still in high school.

    While he played RT this past high school season, definitely better suited to play OG at the next level.


  85. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    In case you are interested in how collegiate football players become pros, get ahold of the book ILLEGAL PROCEDURE by Josh Luchs and co-writer James Dale. Josh started his career as a professional sports agent trainee when he was in high school and continued until 2008 when he was suspended by the NFL Players Association.

    Think politics is dirty? I had no knowledge of how the pro recruiting system works. The book also gave me another look at what happened - or didn't - to one of the Warriors' stars even though he is not mentioned.

    The pro sports industry is HUGE - not just what is paid to the players and coaches but also to the people who benefit from collegiate and professional sports - like restaurants, hotels, car rentals, and clothing retailers.


  86. jm2375 (iPad):

    Howzit Tsaikos!!

    Welcome to the new Warriors!

    Had a great time last night at the pahtay. I also tried one of their beers. Pretty good. Haven't had one in a while. Thanks to te organizers. Highlight was seeing ST in his monkey suit. J/k.


  87. kapakahi:

    #81,

    Nice to hear!....about one of David Veikune's cousins.

    Just hoping that another cousin (Pun soph starting LT #58 Semisi Uluave) will also consider becoming a Warrior 2 years from now.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_QsfpJC5gE


  88. d1shima:

    Kaepernick!

    ...I hate myself now. :-?


  89. kapakahi:

    #68,

    I'm hoping they both stay....but will wait and see.


  90. d1shima:

    Ninahz!


  91. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Sounds like a good party last night - sorry I missed it.

    We had a family thing at my brother's which was rescheduled at the last minute to next week, to accomodate the the family members who changed THEIR Oahu visit dates at the last minute. In Nov./Dec. we have six birthdays in our immediate family, and our anniversay, along with the regular holidays. Next year we're going to have a Scorpiopalooza birthday bash with a couple dozen mainland family members flying in.


  92. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    In #85 above, I left out the complete title of the book: ILLEGAL PROCEDURE: A Sports Agent Comes Clean On The Dirty Business Of College Football.


  93. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Welcome to the new recruits.


  94. wowlaulau:

    Ron Fields to UH?


  95. Sterbegeldversicherung:

    I enjoy, cause I discovered just what I used to be taking a look for. You have ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye


  96. PurpleMaple:

    Recuiting quota must be at near max with the thirteen verbal commits, plus the report that no scholarship players will be cut. Also note only one OL in the group of 13. This tells me there were greater concerns other than the offensive line.


  97. kama krab:

    Howzit Everybody,

    Kapakahi #87,

    That Punahou class of 2015 is stacked. Semisi is just one of maybe 6-7 kids from that class that could see themselves in a D-1 program. I think Hawaii has a chance at all of them.

    But yes Semisi is a beast and he is just a soph. Wait till his senior year. He will be bigger, stronger, and nastier. The boy will not only be a top ranked prospect in the state, but also in the nation. Same for a couple of his teammates.


  98. TM:

    Ronald Fields has recommitted to UH!!!!

    https://twitter.com/Rondigga/status/277895535619358721


  99. kama krab:

    PurpleMaple #96,

    I think the 13 count was before the defections. I think we now have close to or more than 20 to give out. I am sure once all is said and done, we will have our 25 to give out.


  100. gobows:

    kapakahi:
    December 8th, 2012 at 5:39 pm
    Looks like the following JC prospects are now tripping here....

    - WR Stacey Howard (San Bernardino Valley College, CA.)
    - LB Tevita Lataimua (College of San Mateo, CA.)
    - OT David Griffin (Mesa Community College, AZ.)
    - TE Tristan McClelland (Mesa Community College, AZ.)
    - OLB Julian Austin Gener (Mount San Antonio College, CA.)


  101. gobows:

    tevita appears to cover side to side, and likes to lay out receivers. all his highlights come on passing plays or receiver runs. all his highlights the offense is unable to get a hat on him. opposing coaches are lame. they probably would have more success if they tried to block the guy.


  102. gobows:

    howard looks like a possession receiver. catches the ball with his hands. at 6-4, probably not a blazer, no highlight of him beating a man deep. had plays where he's wide open down field appeared to be broken coverage. didn't see him going over the middle, but does catch the inside slant like trevor davis.


  103. gobows:

    i guess not a lot of running in the jc ranks. smart. easiest way to score is through the air. can't win games without scoring.


  104. tommui:

    GOOD AFTERNOON HAWAII!

    Guess our crazy season didn't scare recruiting.
    \


  105. gobows:

    #98
    static shock@Rondigga
    hi Im Ron Fields corner back at the university of hawaii. CB # 21 #TeamStrive #Team 916
    ron fields is already at UH
    http://hawaiiathletics.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=11542
    UH roster lists samson anguay as #21


  106. PurpleMaple:

    Kama crab, thanks for uipdate. I think we need a couple of Offensive Tackles and would be good if David Maka, center prospect, signs with Hawaii. Need depth at center. Also OT David Griffin is listed by Rivals as a commit to South Alabama. Why would he commit there? Hawaii just whopped them.


  107. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Tom -

    Guess you're right! ;) Let's keep that snowball rollin' and buildin'!

    Hope the reports about Fields pan out.

    GO WARRIORS!!!


  108. wafan:

    Nytal!


  109. Peach Dresses:

    Normally I do not read post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very pressured me to take a look at and do so! Your writing style has been amazed me. Thank you, quite nice article.


  110. Pomai:

    Well I am starting another off the wall project so please go to this site and participate.

    http://tsaiko-cookbook.tsai-kos.com/Mainpage.html


  111. gobows:

    #107 what reports about fields? he's on the UH roster, photo wearing a UH shirt and all.


  112. el burro sabio:

    #111 - they might have done that before finding out he wasn't cleared. You can find Justin Turner too, but he's not on the roster either.

    http://hawaiiathletics.com/roster.aspx?path=&rp_id=11750


  113. kapakahi:

    #100,

    See Post #54 instead.


  114. Warrior Dave:

    Congrats Manti!! Now go and bring home that National Championship


  115. kapakahi:

    #97. KK,

    Gotta agree that the Punahou Class of 2015 looks stacked (Fitisemanu, Kaumatule, Lakalaka, Noa, Uluave, etc.), but those also a few others in the ILH Class of 2015 too....

    ....at the Kapalama-Oahu campus....
    - FB Sala Wily (Aofaga's younger bro)
    - RB Kaulana Apelu
    - DE Mika Tafua

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


  116. kapakahi:

    #106,

    Maka offered by UCLA, Utah, Utah State, San Diego State, Colorado State and UTEP, while Griffin supposed to be tripping here soon (see post #54).


  117. kapakahi:

    JC WR Vasquez Haynes (Blinn College, Tx.) apparently was or is still tripping here....


  118. al:

    Nice pickups.


  119. Pomai:

    Now here is a sample of what we will have if some of you would help out!

    http://tsaiko-cookbook.tsai-kos.com/Triple%20Chocolate%20Cake.htm


  120. Hawkpeter:

    That bidding went a bit nuts there at the end for the Wounded Warrior jerseys. #71 went for over $1000, #1 went for at least $700, I was going for #66, someone bid $800. Crazy. #13 and #42 also raised good money.


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  122. Slugger:

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  124. mo808:

    @19-24 :lol:


  125. mo808:

    Evening folks! Welcome to the new recruits!


  126. Rathjen:

    Fresh thoughtsreally, fresh view onreally the subject..!!


  127. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    One serving of that chocolate cake is 2000+ calories? Holy heck what kind of pudding do you folks use in it?


  128. kev-1:

    Like the commits! Keep em coming.


  129. tommui:

    AL re 118

    I thought you left town already.


  130. tommui:

    I was talking to a teacher at Punahou who says that athletes and non-athletes have to take the same (core) courses and there is no separate but equal track.


  131. Derek:

    Looked like one of the recruits visiting this weekend was Reeve Kohler. The commited recrulits all look pretty good on tape. Are they joining the program in January or in the summer? I thought linebacker was not a position in need for the program right now! Including these 2 JC guys, there is also Drake Miller, Rashaan Falemalu, and maybe David Manoa, unless he's a DE. Just asking.


  132. d1shima:

    iwwthm,

    Serving size: Entire recipe (22.6 ounces).


  133. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    d1,

    yeah i had to zoom in and re-read it lol...I was thinking that must be the richest chocolate cake ever. i have heard it is deeeelicious.


  134. al:

    Tom...I am in the city of broken dreams.


  135. vk:

    Used to wonder why June Jones had 17 OL, 12 WR and 6 QBs on the roster. Then you see the injuries we had this season and you understand. He built competition in camp and kept it going, and he had the depth as well to survive the season. Got'ta get back to that level of recruitment.


  136. WarriorMojo:

    Well, I completely forgot that the UA Wounded Warrior auction ended tonight. Anyone win?


  137. dino:

    as coach chow says, recruit, recruit, recruit. in the meantime, i shall support the hawai'i bowl, SMU vs Fresno State, purchasing game tix before kickoff. hawai'i hasn't been in the bowl for 2 years. the bowl is required to have an average attendance of 25,000 over a three year period.


  138. yojimbo:

    i thought chow dog was looking for big boys? these linebackers are not the prototype that i thought he was looking for. whats up??


  139. Kaimiloa:

    Scout.com has a 4* DE visiting next weekend.


  140. kapakahi:

    #131,

    Yup about Reeve. Discussed earlier.

    While LB supposedly not high priority position for recruiting, no returnee really claimed the MACK 'backer position. TJ started the season there but got moved to the SAM; GDL got lost in the shuffle; and Brendan Daley was the one mostly getting reps at the end of the season after Benny Fonua got dinged up (while transitioning from mostly playing the SAM in high school for Kahuku). Even Kamalani Alo was getting some game reps at the MACK on passing situations in addition to the WILL for the last 2 games. With Daley a senior next season, looks like Lataimua will compete at the MACK. Also, with Art Laurel a senior next season, looks like Gener will compete at the WILL. Drake Miller could play either the MACK or the SAM, while Rashaan will likely compete at the WILL. Rashaan showed great range in the HHSSA D1 State Finals when he lined up at free safety and rover.

    David Manoa recruited by Powell to be a DE.


  141. Chicken Grease:

    Hahahahahah, a Grease had to laugh at that, too, re: triple choclate cake calries. Whoooooo-hooooooooo, sounds great, might try it!!!

    Gonna have any beer recipes? Found some good 'uns inspired by Game of Thrones.


  142. jm2375 (Infuse):

    Iwwthm - dude, you know where we are. No excuses.


  143. ai-eee-soos:

    posted Dec. 8th, on the coaches hiring forum ...

    " Colorado: Keep in mind that sources have informed me that Tim DeRuyter and

    Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo do have interest in the Colorado head coaching job"


  144. al:

    so UAL flt was delayed to LAX causing us to miss our connecting flt to LAS. Frustrating because we could see our plane sitting, still attached to the jetway.

    then the rud agent tells us next flt in 7 hours.

    we complain to customer services and they hook us up with American air. flt leaves in two hours, no problem no worry bags to transferred. yah, right. we waited until 1:00 am for our bags. UAL forgot to transfer them.

    ah, but in the end we get an upgrade to a $900/nt suite for a small fee.

    oh, and we had a late eat at holstein's shakes n buns. best burger in las vegas. tom would love this one.


  145. al:

    don't forget we got that tight end in january.

    obviously, we lack something with our lb'er core. need to get smarter and quicker. run defense was marginal thus the lb pickups. also, depth is an issure here.

    we actually have a legit shot at getting that kalaepohaku oline man and a couple more local boys.


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  147. slenzi:

    Wow, Alex Green, the beast of Green Bay, running through the Lions like they wuz New Mexico. For the record, Mantei Teo got robbed. I feel lots of Heisman voters will be disappointed they did not vote TEO after the bowl season. Manziel was entertaining and captured lightenin in a bottle one Saturday in Tuscaloosa. Based on all the reasons that he won, Colt Brennan should have won too.


  148. maddog50:

    Congrats to the rcruits/New "Warriors".....got some speed, some stout, some quicks.....Go Warriors-


  149. wafan:

    Have a super Monday!


  150. Moocher:

    I hope heisman people did not base their decision on manziel beating alabama....because if ND beats alabama and manti has a good game-it's not like they can say-oh, try wait, i like give 'em to manti instead.

    true, manti may have a bad game as well...who knows?

    but maybe this is where the heisman should follow the weekend after the national championship game??? to be fair to all considered???

    the way it is now, it's sort of like naming a president before all the votes are counted...oh, we do that too huh?


  151. popusti:

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  152. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Good to see that the staff is jumping on the recruiting trail hard in lieu of bowl game prep.

    Hopefully, this will be an anomaly in years going forward...


  153. tommui:

    AL#144

    You heard of flash frozen?

    Have fun - "fun" in Chinese means "profitable"!


  154. Bleed Green and White:

    (#115 Kapakahi)

    FYI - word on the street has it that Sala Wily is leaving Kamehameha and headed back to Kahuku.


  155. LizKauai (iPad):

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    Welcome, new Warriors!


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