Diocemy Saint Juste

January 14th, 2013
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Because of space limitations, the story on Diocemy Saint Juste did not appear in today's newspaper. Here it is:

Diocemy Saint Juste, a speedy running back from Santaluces High in Florida, told the Star-Advertiser he has accepted a football scholarship from the Warriors.
Saint Juste is 5 feet 9 and 180 pounds.
"He's built like a big back, but he has the speed of a little back," Santaluces offensive coordinator Matt Starr said. "He's unbelievable. The first (defender) is definitely not going to tackle him."
Saint Juste said he is capable of running 40 yards in 4.42 seconds. His best time in the 100-meter dash is 10.8 seconds.
Sainte Juste missed four games because of a hip pointer this past season. He rushed for 1,243 rushing yards, an average of 7.49 yards per carry, and 16 touchdowns. He also caught 14 passes for 114 yards and a score.
"He's definitely electric," Starr said. "He's a great all-around player. He can catch the ball out of the backfield. He blocks extremely well. He never gives up on any play."
Starr said there were at least three times when he and head coach Daryl Drinkwater looked at their offensive charts for the next play because it appeared Saint Juste was stopped.
"The next thing you know the crowd is going nuts because he's breaking another tackle," Starr said.
Starr said Saint Juste had six scoring plays covering at least 50 yards.
"We can't compare him to anybody else because we've never coached anybody like him," Starr said. "He's the most electric kid we've ever coached. He's a great kid. He's a great athlete. Nobody has a bad thing to say about him. Hawaii is getting a great one."
Saint Juste was born in Haiti and moved to Central Florida as a young child. He moved to South Florida for high school. Saint Juste was under the proverbial radar because he changed schools between his sophomore and junior years.
In September, the Warriors were the first to offer Saint Juste a scholarship. Since then more than a dozen schools made recruiting pitches, including Illinois, Rutgers, TCU, Nevada, Memphis and Colorado State.
Saint Juste said the choice was easy.
"I like everything about Hawaii — the environment, the location, the atmosphere, the coaches, the players," Saint Juste said.
Saint Juste completed his recruiting visit Sunday morning, a stay that included paddling and meeting with academic counselors. He said three Florida-raised Warriors —receiver Allen Sampson and defensive backs Ne'Quan Phillips and Marrell Jackson — served as hosts.
One of the best attractions? "The food is amazing," Saint Juste said.

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Happy birthday to Calvin from ... Kona? Honolulu? Well, somewhere in the 50th state.

388 Responses to “Diocemy Saint Juste”

  1. Graham:

    1


  2. 702WarriorFan:

    Dos


  3. 702WarriorFan:

    Happy B/Day Calvin from the 9th


  4. 702WarriorFan:

    Brrrrrr 24 and hopefully rising over 32 today


  5. Haleakala:

    St:

    Thanks for posting the article here. Mr. Saint Juste will enjoy Hawaii if he already likes the food.


  6. Bugaz:

    Glad he enjoyed his stay and chose to be a Warrior! Food...definitely chose the right place.


  7. Bugaz:

    Does atmosphere equate to Local Women, cause he seemed to have left them out? Lol


  8. Bugaz:

    Coaches doing a fine job recruiting.


  9. Chicken Grease:

    Ohayoooooooooogozaimasu!!!!!

    Well. Ben Jay's first day onna job.

    And, well, let's face it: there are more song lyrics for him.

    Saved the best for la . . . actually, saved the best for now. You remember this li'l ditty from the Jacko himself, I suppose, to the tune of Michael's Ben:

    Ben, the AD search committee need look no more
    Lower campus can't stand another Steve-blunder
    Your challenges are well known
    Treat UH athletics like it's your home
    And you, Ben Jay, will see
    You won't end up like Jimmy D.

    [Background singers: You won't end up like Jimmy D.]

    # # #


  10. Chicken Grease:

    Sainte Juste:

    "I like everything about Hawaii — the environment, the location, the atmosphere, the coaches, the players," Saint Juste said.

    Excellent. And this guy comes from FLORIDA and he's noticing the diff' between his sunny and our sunny. :)

    Any local player who gets interest by UH and, instead, chooses the mainland can simply go there.


  11. Chicken Grease:

    A Grease's main posts are all top 10 today :) .

    Graham, 702WarriorFan (x3), Haleakala, Bugaz (x3), Dr. Ben Jay . . . and Mr. Stephen Tsai . . . thank you all for waking up early.


  12. tom mui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Welcome Diocemy Sainte Juste!


  13. tom mui:

    And Happy birthday Calvin!


  14. Chicken Grease:

    Happy birthday*, Calvin!!!!!!!!

    _____________________________________

    * "Yappari tanjyobi" in the Japanese language.


  15. Bigislandkurt:

    Yes!! I was so hoping we land Saint Juste. Ahhhhhh, the lure of the tropics. Haiti to Miami....Miami to Hawaii. We need to find more recruits with the tropics in their blood. :)

    BIK


  16. gobows:

    #10 CG
    local players know when they go away and it doesn't work out, they can always transfer back to the UH.


  17. Stephen Tsai:

    The next two weekends will be the local recruits.
    I thought it was interesting that Mr. Honolulu — Ne'Quan Phillips — is the ocean-sports guide. He's really emerging as a team leader.


  18. gobows:

    phillips is the best corner on the team.


  19. HawaiiMongoose:

    Welcome Diocemy, you made the right decision! Time to hit the books and ensure you finish this year strong in the classroom, so that when next season opens against USC, you can be on the field and eligible to play.


  20. Chicken Grease:

    Stephen Tsai:
    January 14th, 2013 at 6:49 am

    The next two weekends will be the local recruits.
    I thought it was interesting that Mr. Honolulu — Ne'Quan Phillips — is the ocean-sports guide. He's really emerging as a team leader.

    And -- Mr. Tsai, if you haven't already implied so -- these recruits have most probably seen a Ne'Quan in action. Having him taking them around in any case, well, that's like a new Avenger bring given the tour by Capt. America or Hawkeye or something!


  21. Leron:

    Ne'quan and Marell probably also pointed out to the recruits that it is possible to get on the field at UH as Freshmen.


  22. jeezy33:

    If we can land Kirkwood now, that gives us some legitimate weapons to work with...

    Surprised June Jones hasn't jumped in on Kirkwood.


  23. A-House:

    ST:

    our Calvin from Kona now resides in Seattle, WA.

    Hoppy birfday Calvin!


  24. Naks8:

    Anyone else seem high on UH after their visit?


  25. Rodney:

    In Chow I trust!


  26. Chicken Grease:

    Rodney:
    January 14th, 2013 at 7:46 am

    In Chow I trust!

    Amen, Rodney!!!


  27. chawan_cut:

    happy birthday!
    and wow, speed!!!! we now need some blazing WRs!


  28. WarriorMojo:

    "Space limitations?!?" This is the story I've been waiting for all season!

    After all I did for the SA this year, I am calling for a boycott and will not renew my subscription!


  29. WarriorMojo:

    Shoot, that was supposed to be a Facebook post. Oh, well.


  30. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, Gang!

    Happy birthday, Calvin from where... evas!!!

    "The food is amazing!" Don't we all know it!?!?!? Yeah, baby! Welcome again, Diocemy Saint Juste! By the way, ST... what is his nickname? He's got to have one that he prefers.


  31. Wes'side Warrior:

    Dang... he's gonna run past our WR's with that speed! And built like a big back too? This is gonna be fun!


  32. SOUTHCENTRAL:

    So UH is looking for more money to land an experienced OC..Does that mean Chow is giving up play calling?


  33. PONO:

    That is a huge pickup and the type of recruit that we need. Nice work by the coaching staff to find him before the other big programs. Speed kills.


  34. A-House:

    #33:

    and thanks to his hosts - current Warriors from Florida!

    food, eh - wonder what he ate and where?


  35. gobows:

    #22
    would that be keith kirkwood, neptune, nj?


  36. gobows:

    tiger woods vs rory mcilroy commercial

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdeD6SrQuL0


  37. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    Ah yes, Central Florida weather. Stifling heat and humidity, no breeze, hurricanes, ...

    Got an email from the MVB booster club president forwarding a message from AKA and the Compliance Office.
    :!: Boosters tweeting recruits is a NCAA secondary violation, so DON'T DO IT!!!


  38. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez!

    Welcome to DSJ! Lookin' forward to seein him hit that overdrive stride in a Warrior uni!

    #20 - CG - well put. You have a way with words.


  39. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Happy Birthday Calvin from everywhere!


  40. jm2375:

    :oops: Where are my manners?
    Happy Birthday CfK!


  41. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Happy Birthday "Calvin from Kona" in Seattle!


  42. gobows:

    #37
    what's the ncaa definition of a booster?


  43. lowtone123:

    Big time get. Hopefully the hip is healed and more players from Florida make their way to Manoa.


  44. jimmy the lock:

    Boosters, referred to by the NCAA as “representatives of the institution’s athletic interests,” include anyone who has:

    • Provided a donation in order to obtain season tickets for any sport at the university.

    • Participated in or has been a member of an organization promoting the university’s athletics programs.

    • Made financial contributions to the athletic department or to a university booster organization.

    • Arranged for or provided employment for enrolled student-athletes.

    • Assisted or has been requested by university staff to assist in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes.

    • Assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student athletes or their families.

    • Been involved otherwise in promoting university athletics.

    Once an individual is identified as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests,” the person retains that identity forever.


  45. Shoko:

    Makes me wonder if I can afford tickets to see a UNLV game in the future. Impressive eye candy, tho.

    "The 60,000-seat stadium proposal will feature a world-record 100-yard long video screen, or 40 yards longer than the current one found in Cowboys Stadium in Dallas."

    http://gamedayr.com/gamedayr/unlv-new-stadium-plans-and-jumbotron/


  46. haka:

    44@jtl
    re: "Once an individual is identified as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests,” the person retains that identity forever."

    thanks, did not know that.
    i would think (hope) that all the bloggers would be boosters then.


  47. al:

    juice!


  48. SteveM:

    RE: #45
    The new UNLV stadium will have six 300 person suites. Hmmmm.... :?


  49. Hhhmmmm:

    I wonder if Gib is after this job?

    http://espn.go.com/los-angeles/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/8843050/kevin-oneill-usc-trojans-coach


  50. Stretch:

    Pretty much everyone is considered a booster.


  51. LizKauai:

    WELCOME, WARRIOR Diocemy Saint Juste!

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    Whoosh!


  52. Warrior Dave:

    #49 Hhhmmmm:

    Gib may want to go back to USC but I doubt he has the credentials thus far to be selected.

    IMHO, his strength is recruiting but as far as X and O's...I haven't seen much at this point in his young career.


  53. LizKauai:

    Love his name, btw... reminds me of diogenes sinope!


  54. LizKauai:

    okok Happy Birthday CfK now in Seattle!


  55. jimmy the lock:

    Forgot to mention,

    Welcome, welcome Diocemy Saint Juste!


  56. jimmy the lock:

    Diogenes Sinope reminds me of tommui.


  57. al:

    jimmy, i don't see the resemblance.


  58. al:

    happy birthday cal


  59. Diogenes Sinope:

    Hawaii Καλημέρα σας!

    #57 AL is correct that any resemblance to tommui is purely coincidental.


  60. jimmy the lock:

    @al

    The writing, format, phrasing are similar. Plus I remember in my lurking days that you mentioned both are the same. Or was that false al?


  61. jimmy the lock:

    And the "GOOD MORNING HAWAII" and "Hawaii Καλημέρα σας" (good morning) is purely coincidental. :lol:


  62. al:

    jimmy...i am impressed. with your recall ability. you must be young.

    i believe i was guessing that dio-s was mr. mui. i never got confirmation.


  63. SteveM:

    RE: #60
    jimmy the lock -- interesting. Have you noticed any that sound like Al? :D


  64. al:

    so tommui cannot resist a great burger. i wonder if i'd invite diogenes sinope for a burger at the second honolulu burger company location both would show up?


  65. SteveM:

    BTW, I gotta concur with Al-- I am not 100% positive about Diogenes Sinope either.


  66. al:

    so i am watching this surf contest. i am thinking this place looks familiar.

    sure enough...its santa cruz. i once surfed that break, a long, long, time ago.
    froze my buns.


  67. SteveM:

    al:
    January 14th, 2013 at 10:29 am
    so tommui cannot resist a great burger. i wonder if i'd invite diogenes sinope for a burger at the second honolulu burger company location both would show up?

    OK, Al. I'm Diogenes... you buying? :razz:


  68. jimmy the lock:

    I believe there was confirmation. Besides, the more interesting news item is who will be the next recruit to inform the SA that they are going to be a Warrior?

    @SteveM

    All false al's sound like al. But when in doubt it is not al. Written words don't speak so I don't know what al sounds like. :lol:


  69. al:

    well, i didn't say that stevem.
    i've met mr. sinope, the mysterious one. he made me swear to secrecy.


  70. al:

    well...you know that aaron zwhalen reconfirmed his verbal commitment this weekend. his stock has risen...espn rates him top ten qb. we'll have to wait to see this holy grail applicant because he goes on a mission for 2 years before he dons the warrior jersey.


  71. al:

    i am thinking we'll get a couple more verbals after the weekend's visitors confer with family.


  72. al:

    i agree with jeezy that getting basketball player would be a great get.

    his upside is akin to the ashley lelie story.


  73. mo808:

    Good Morning! Great story ST! Terrific recruit with DSJ! Happy BD to Cal!


  74. Diogenes Sinope:

    AL, jimmy the lock, SteveM

    Είσαι πολύ αστέιος


  75. A-House:

    oh my, oh my.

    it's pouring rain in downtown Honolulu - rain water cascading off the tile roof at St Elizabeth's church next door.

    no one walking around on the side walks and the wind is starting to blow - reminds me of the "wind called Mairah" from the movie Paint your Wagon


  76. A-House:

    ooooppss - there is one lolo riding a bicyle going down Bishop Street without rain gear!


  77. kifi:

    I don't know. Of course I need to respect other people and their religious beliefs. But I certainly believe that Manti Te'o did more for church awareness while playing football at Notre Dame than he would have had he gone on a mission to Walla Walla, Washington. But of course, part of the mission process is the growth of the individual during the two years away from family without any money.


  78. kapakahi:

    Glad to hear that St. Juste is all done tripping.....and therefore cancelled his originally scheduled trip to Nevada this weekend.


  79. jimmy the lock:

    @Diogenes Sinope

    Thanks, good for people to have more fun in their life.


  80. kifi:

    #76 - I trying to hurry to my workplace, I get my rain gear in da office.


  81. kifi:

    Hopefully we can still get Gus Lavaka and John Ursua in the Big Green. Kūpa‘


  82. kifi:

    Kūpa‘a ]=[


  83. kapakahi:

    J-Mac was indeed a no-show this past weekend.

    Not clear if attempting to re-schedule trip or not.


  84. jimmy the lock:

    @kifi

    I wonder what Manti's outcome would have been if he did go on his mission. hmmmmm. Well for one thing he would still be eligible to play college ball.


  85. al:

    74...thats greek to me


  86. Stretch:

    kifi - No worry, you're so light on your feet, you can dodge all the rain drops....


  87. kifi:

    Bleed Green ))=((


  88. A-House:

    and al paraphased #85 statement from the made for TV movie The First Olympics!


  89. kifi:

    Kūpa‘a ]]=[[


  90. A-House:

    hey, someone else can run between the rain drops!

    I thought only Mrs A-House could do that!


  91. kifi:

    #86 - Fell down while getting off of the bike. OUCH!


  92. jiminy cricket:

    Agree with # 52, Gib is great recruiter but over coaches. Hopefully, he will grow.


  93. al:

    ahouse...i know you didn't make this up and this sayings been around a long time...
    "its pouring rain"
    but, what else would pour from the skies??? salt?


  94. jimmy the lock:

    Gib may be able to recruit but many don't stay the course.


  95. gobows:

    jimmy the lock:
    January 14th, 2013 at 9:08 am
    Boosters, referred to by the NCAA as “representatives of the institution’s athletic interests,” include anyone who has:
    • Provided a donation in order to obtain season tickets for any sport at the university.
    • Participated in or has been a member of an organization promoting the university’s athletics programs.
    • Made financial contributions to the athletic department or to a university booster organization.
    • Arranged for or provided employment for enrolled student-athletes.
    • Assisted or has been requested by university staff to assist in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes.
    • Assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student athletes or their families.
    • Been involved otherwise in promoting university athletics.
    Once an individual is identified as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests,” the person retains that identity forever.

    gotta assume someone dropping money into the bucket at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium does not make them a booster


  96. jimmy the lock:

    I think A-House is quantifying the rain.


  97. al:

    i think gibber just hasn't gotten the point...as in point guard.


  98. A-House:

    ST:

    are there any "surprises" that the coaching staff will not discuss - with you or anyone else?

    to protect their commit(s) from the PAC 12 schools poaching!!! me tinking of UCLA and Washington in particular.

    why is it that former BYU players and/or coaches continue to "haunt" the UH football program? when Jim Macman (sp) came to play in Hawaii, I would always yell, "go for his knees" - no wonder I got a lot of flack from Mrs A-House and those around us.


  99. jimmy the lock:

    @gobows,

    I'm assuming if its anonymous then you're not a booster.


  100. A-House:

    93:

    fish have been known to fall from the sky!


  101. A-House:

    and 93:

    a lot of bombs and artillery shells have fallen from the skies!

    and now, crusie missles!


  102. SteveM:

    kifi on a bicycle... :shock:


  103. A-House:

    93:

    don't forget sleet and snow falling from the sky!


  104. al:

    jimmy...today's student-athlete lists loyalty, my word, commitment, well before me, myself and i.

    therefore, when things don't go right they take the low road without hesitation. sadly, this is condoned by the parents.


  105. al:

    ahouse...fish, sleet, snow, hail, cats n dogs. but, none do pour.


  106. kifi:

    I heard once where the sky fell from the sky.


  107. kapakahi:

    #17,

    Hoping that this huge local catch doesn't slip through UH's grasp to the mainland competitor...... who flew in last week for a home visit.

    Also hoping that Kagawa, Sataraka, and Taleni are among the local prospects who at least get tripped to UH. Sometimes the Plan B recruits turn out to have been deserving of being Plan A recruits to begin with......as turned out to be case with Plan B signees Beau Yap & Moses Samia. Definitely don't want any cases like what happened with Coen, Hala'api'api, Masaniai, and Su'a.....who apparently were evaluated as Plan C prospects.....but instead who turned out to be deserving of Plan A status....being passed over and not even tripping to UH.


  108. al:

    stevem...you probably just p****d off mr. kifi.
    stay away from karaoke venues for awhile...safer for you.


  109. HiloBilly:

    Hilo's awash in beautiful, beautiful sunny weather, clear blue skies, w/ a nice breeze cooling things down. I wish we could have a little rain now & then...


  110. gobows:

    #102 like et?


  111. jm2375:

    It's lunch time! How's about some country-fried bacon? :roll: :lol:
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/01/14/169334756/sandwich-monday-country-fried-bacon


  112. al:

    jm0911...i can just feel my arteries choking. emergency room next stop


  113. al:

    beau yap was a plan a, it was jamora who was plan b to beau yap.

    everyone thought samia was going to play baseball.


  114. al:

    su'a was due to the mack era flub...yah, he really wanted to be a warrior.


  115. kapakahi:

    #113,

    Beau Yap was always Plan A to Rich Miano.....but was Plan B to Mack.

    Not everyone thought Samia was going to play baseball. Samia never even got contacted until January.....after being offered by Baylor. Same with Yap.


  116. kapakahi:

    #114,

    While Coen, Masaniai, and Su'a were all passed over during Mack's era, Hala'api'api was passed over last year.....since Fiso was the primary target instead.


  117. SteveM:

    jm2375 -- yum! I wonder if they go better with fries or white rice with my diet coke.


  118. Old School Dave:

    One way to motivate. Posted on the office door of the LSU Strength Coach's office.

    https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/63630_466644990060843_919231736_n.jpg


  119. kapakahi:

    #17,

    Just can't understand why UH wouldn't at least trip Kailua HS DT Jeremiah Taleni.....who already has firm scholie offers from at least 2 BCS Conference programs.


  120. kapakahi:

    #119,

    Hopefully Powell contacts Taleni real soon......otherwise will all be moot anyways.....since looking like Taleni ready to commit to the Pitt Panthers.
    http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=141&f=2455&t=11170232&p=1

    Even if Taleni decides against Pitt, he still has a firm Pac-12 scholie offer too.


  121. al:

    kapakahi...we all know that during the wacky mack era a lot of shibai went on. especially the part about recruiting the local boys...


  122. kapakahi:

    Lookin' like Cincinnati still not giving up on Warrior verbal commit Barry Higdon.....and trying to poach him away.....

    https://twitter.com/deepsrecruiting/status/290954636184145920


  123. kapakahi:

    #121,

    Rich Miano almost quit because of all that "shibai". Part of why Ron Lee "retired" too.


  124. Derek:

    Jeezy33, who is better for our needs, Masters or Kirkwood? Can we get both? Is Barker in the mix now that he has decommitted from UCLA? ESPN has Zwahlen and Tulimasealii in the top 300, 4 star recruits. Tigi Hill and Tuaau are 3 stars. I don't see Ekuale as a commit, but I did see Keti. I guess it depends on the website. ESPN already has Saint Juste with Hawaii. That was fast. Also, Higdon.


  125. Derek:

    If Gib Arnold needs a point guard, he already has a commitment. WR John Ursua will be with the program in 2014 after his church mission. He's a terrific point guard. Check out his youtube highlights for yourself.


  126. al:

    114... this is true. cal held out for the money and retirement package.


  127. al:

    rolo stuck it out for his family.
    remember mack burned him twice on the jeremy masoli recruitment


  128. kapakahi:

    #107,

    JMHO but good to hear that Sataraka will likely be among those local prospects that have been invited to trip to UH.


  129. Old School Dave:

    Ah, Inoke Breckterfield. That explains why Pitt is recruiting here.


  130. al:

    gibber well aware of ursua's talents. however, norm's still bigger than gibber.

    also, a lot could be said about miah losing the edge in football this year because of his crossover sport.


  131. jeezy33:

    125. Honestly, it comes down to personal preference. I really dont know the answer. Elroy Masters on video looks phenomenal. Kirkwood, has size and unreal athletic ability. Still raw and has big time upside.

    I think the best answer is both. It was evident that UH was done recruiting WRs. But when guys with huge upside show interest, Chow said he was going to find room regardless of position. Both guys looks like they could turn out into something special given they work hard, take care of business, and trust the coaches.

    And from what I've read, yes, it looks like were back in the Ammon Barker hunt. I really like him too. Kind of reminds me of Cody Hoffman from BYU on film. Obviously Hoffman has proven himself at a high D1 level but style in play and size look familiar.


  132. A-House:

    Ok, Ok, al:

    you got me on the "pour"!

    however, don't forget "raining cats and dogs" - he yaw!


  133. ReZone:

    I hope Sataraka gets a shot. One of the reasons for the Governors success was the run blocking by their oline.


  134. papajoe2:

    Gib has a proven redshirt point guard from SDSU next year.


  135. kapakahi:

    #134,

    SJSU.....not SDSU.


  136. NotNasti:

    #134, You mean SJSU?


  137. kapakahi:

    #129,

    Yup!

    Gotta believe that Breckterfield should know how to evaluate DL talent.....having starred at DL for the OSU Beavers.


  138. jimmy the lock:

    Into each life some rain must fall.


  139. al:

    ahouse...raing cats n dogs is still not an out pour.

    did yo mean "yee haw"?


  140. SOUTHCENTRAL:

    John Ursua & possibly Keith Kirkwood if he commits will be on the could be on the BBALL team


  141. kapakahi:

    CB prospect Kalan Montgomery (Dominguez HS, Compton, CA.) tripping to UH this coming weekend.
    http://hscalifornia.scout.com/a.z?s=153&p=8&c=1&nid=5899524
    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1041318/#highlights/36153384

    No doubt that former Don RB Will Gregory will be one of Kalan's recruiting hosts.


  142. wafan:

    Ugh. Freezing drizzle.

    Place will be a skating rink tomorrow morning.

    Hoping school is not cancelled!


  143. redzone:

    will Madison be tripping?


  144. Pomai:

    gobows - anyone who has watched, listened or attended a UH game of any sport is a booster for life period. It doesn't matter if you donated any $$$ or paid for a ticket. In general if you where born in the state of Hawaii you are a booster. We (Na Wahine Softball Booster Club) tell all our members to error on the safe side an have nothing to do with recruits or even their families. Now there is some gray area when it comes to family members who are recruits but even those you can not promote going to UH to them.

    Seems rough but that's the NCAA.


  145. Former UH Athlete:

    Time will tell in how these recruits turn out, but I'm not going to say Chow is a better recruiter than Jones until we see how these recruits develop. It definitely seems like Chows recruiting network is wider and reaches farther than Jones'.

    With Chow's connections, UH is now getting Florida and Utah preps, which were two states UH rarely got players from in the past (mostly by way of transfer).


  146. Warrior Dave:

    #145 Former UH Athlete

    It doesn't matter to me the names and star ratings of the players that come in.

    I base success on what you do with what you have. Too early to judge Chow but JJ had 2 or 3 losing seasons out of 10 I think. That's pretty successful.


  147. Buffoman:

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  149. Chicken Grease:

    iminy cricket:
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    Let's not forget the buying power of that H logo. The one a lot folks want to revert back to the 70s-ish rainbow logo.


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  156. SOUTHCENTRAL:

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    Apparently, there is more foundation to that as I was watching KITV report it this afternoon!

    SMH...


  158. WarriorNY:

    I hate that folks compare JJ and Norm Chow. Lets just appreciate that both have taken paycuts to coach UH. Both are incredible coaches who left a lot of money on the table to coach at the place they love... Can anyone name a mid major program that have better resumes than JJ and Norm Chow???


  159. Slugger:

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  160. Chicken Grease:

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  161. Slugger:

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  162. Old School Dave:

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  166. Chicken Grease:

    Heh. Thanks for the clarification, Slugger. Had a hunch WASN'T Say anyway (rhyme).

    Happy b-day again, then, Calvin. Hope you're having a fun one :) .


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  173. kapakahi:

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  174. gobows:

    #157

    here's the link to the Manti Te'o fan club fb page. the pix of the SA and the boycott caption has been removed.
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    here's another link with the pic and the captions
    http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-sports-media-watch/2013/01/father-of-manti-teo-blacklists-hawaii-newspaper-432/


  175. gobows:

    #172
    don't know if NC will be successful at the UH or how long he will be the HC, but whoever follows will have no excuses, NC is bringing in talent.


  176. gobows:

    “Our family has been very gracious to the Star Advertiser by providing interviews and photos of our son in the recent weeks. On our way home from Miami we were “privileged” to see how the Star Advertiser returns that favor by posting a photo of our son “presumably” being “bowled over” by the Alabama RB (Eddie Lacy). So, from this point forward, Star Advertiser you have been officially black listed. I will no longer agree to any more interviews, sharing of photos, or anything else, and I will encourage all who have a subscription to your newspaper to not renew. Be more responsible in the future…if you can.” Brian Te’o


  177. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    #160,

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  178. gobows:

    #120, #129

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  179. jm2375 (iPad):

    Gobows - #176 - waaaah waaaah waaaah. The father should be grateful his son got so much coverage for a non-UH player. Geez, get a life.


  180. kev-1:

    Perhaps Mr. Te'o forgot to read the SA in the weeks leading up to the Championship game when there was feature after feature praising his son. Not to mention the special section they ran on Manti alone. The picture he is upset over is unfortunately a fair depiction of what Alabama did to Notre Dame and its star player. The SA would have looked pretty silly if they tried to sugar coat what happened.

    Whenever someone has come here to bash Manti, I have tried to rise to his defense. I will continue to defend the Te'o son. However, I do not support the Te'o father in his comments. I understand the sentiment and feeling he must have felt, but that kind of comment only makes him look like his you know what no stink. Should have kept that comment between him and the wife.


  181. al:

    critical error if you ask me...not too wise to blast the only daily in town.


  182. papajoe2:

    What if the SA would boycott Manti in his future? I don't think the would though.


  183. d1shima(Galaxy 'd):

    I wonder what a GM in the NFL would think about that boycott call?


  184. kev-1:

    I don't recall a boycott or a black listing of ESPN when analysts discussed how his showing in that game likely dropped his draft stock.


  185. Old School Dave:

    Where is that Punahou linebacker leaning towards? He decommitted from Stanford, if I heard correctly.


  186. al:

    ucla or tex a&m


  187. papajoe2:

    Sorry for my post at #182. Instead of "I don't think they would though" should be "I hope they don't though." Back all local boys in the NFL. My Idttwt may sound like a dare to SA. Not my intention.


  188. Moocher:

    you wish father te'o had the wits to just say something like...

    "hehe, yes my boy was humbled, like all notre dame fans-so were we. it served as a wake up a call and as a family we are determined to strengthen one another and take on newer challenges at the highest of levels whether it be spiritually or on the field. Let's see how manti responds from here on out-keep the faith. That photo will forever be motivation for manti, and for us".

    might not be perfect, but i can see where emotions for the te'o family ran much deeper then most if any of us would understand. who here had a son play a BCS national championship? for me, father te'o gets a pass. i don't think he is anywhere near as bad as mr. wie-remember that guy?


  189. jm2375 (iPad):

    Saw a "bumper" sticker today that said "Former Student Texas A&M". So wat, da buggah neva graduate? :lol:


  190. rockyk:

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  192. Chicken Grease:

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    Whenever someone has come here to bash Manti, I have tried to rise to his defense. I will continue to defend the Te'o son. However, I do not support the Te'o father in his comments. I understand the sentiment and feeling he must have felt, but that kind of comment only makes him look like his you know what no stink. Should have kept that comment between him and the wife.

    You got it, kev-1, sorta'. Did you expect that to happen? Someone once asked a Grease to answer "what should Te'o's papy say to his son?" Well.

    Anyway . . . NFL will start again (hey! We got our final four!!!! And why in HECK are sportscasters all "my honey going to th' dance, boo hoo" when it comes to Denver? Crickey! If Baltimore lost, you wouldn't be hearing the same rhetoric.) . . . and we might see just how far the apple fell from the tree. You know?

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    Talkabout"ridiculous"? THIS is ridiculous. The Mensa next sequence would be, "hey, B. Te'o . . . whyn't you BOYCOTT ESPN and ABC. They had moving pictures of defensive # 5 stretching into the secondary! [!]

    Say we boycott Brian Te'o. What say YOU, Mr. Stephen Tsai . . . potentially taking food off your table with the whole "do not renew subscription" angle.

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  196. wasabi:

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  197. expat:

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  198. Chicken Grease:

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    Well, Hawkpeter has been hinting that Muir was not happy with the coaches. It is really too bad because it is likely that the Australia pipeline is closing.

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  199. WarriorNY:

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  201. Bugaz:

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  202. Bugaz:

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  203. Bugaz:

    Talent itself does not win games if the mind is not right. I guess all season there was no one snap and clear. Gotta get it together!


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  205. kapakahi:

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    JMHO that's sign that coaches aren't all in tune with some players.....starters obviously included.

    Like was posted a few days ago.....unexpected.....not in a good way for the program.

    Probably more unexpected still expected.

    Hmmm.....


  206. kapakahi:

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  210. gobows:

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    that quote was posted on the Manti Te'o fan club fb page, and has since been removed, probably BT got over the embarrassment. maybe someone reminded him that ND isn't the 1st team to get blown out in the bcs championship game.

    and now BT, like many others have learnt, that nothing really disappears from the internet.

    http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-sports-media-watch/2013/01/father-of-manti-teo-blacklists-hawaii-newspaper-432/


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  212. Roll Tide:

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