The Warrior Beat

UH hires RB coach

March 28th, 2014

Wayne Moses, who has coached at five Pac-12 schools, has been named the Rainbow Warriors' new assistant coach in charge of running backs.

Moses most recently was with Army.

But he also was on the same staff with Norm Chow at UCLA and USC.

He is expected to join the team in time for Tuesday's opening of spring training.

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When Scott Harding — UH's punter, punt returner, slotback and backup holder — has extended free time, it's usually not spent indoors.

Harding has developed a passion for golf. This break, he has played on Kauai and Oahu. He hopes to play at Turtle Bay this weekend.

Harding said his handicap is "14-16."

Harding is coming off a season in which opponents averaged 0.3 return yards per his 56 punts. Five of his hop-skip-jump punts resulted in lost fumbles.

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Congrats to:

> Safety Charles Clay, who was invited to the NFL's super regional combine in Detroit.

> Former UH cornerback Abraham Elimimian, who was hired as Simon Fraser's defensive coordinator.

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Quarterback Beau Reilly moves to Hawaii today. Although he does not go on scholarship until this summer, Reilly wanted to come to Hawaii early, at his own expense, to watch the Warriors' spring training.


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