The Hawaii football team is hungry coming off its 28-21 loss at Army. UH is in preparations for a homecoming meeting with FCS opponent Duquesne at Aloha Stadium this Saturday. The 2007 Sugar Bowl team will be honored at the game. Head coach Nick Rolovich, defensive back Ikem Okeke and receiver John Ursua weigh in.
The Hawaii football team embarked all the way for the East Coast on Tuesday after a spirited morning practice. Here’s interviews with coach Nick Rolovich, quarterback Cole McDonald and running back Fred Holly III, interspersed with footage from UH’s 43-29 win over Rice last Saturday.
Here’s some video by Stanley Lee of Hawaii football highlights vs. Rice at Aloha Stadium on Saturday night.
Thank you Brian McInnis for video. Statehood Day celebratory crowd of about 1,000 are here. They are not keeping statics and are using a scoring system that only the coaches understand where points are awarded for true scoring and taken away for errors. On the White side currently is who I think are projected starters: Norene Iosia, Casey Castillo, Sarah Liva, Skyler Williams, Tita Akiu, McKenna Granato, Angel Gaskin. although Faith Ma’afala switched sides to serve leaving assistants Kaleo Baxter […]
Like several of the other University of Hawaii quarterbacks in camp, Justin Uahinui is learning his third offensive system in as many years. The second-year freshman walk-on from Farrington played in a version of the West Coast offense as a Govs senior and learned the RPO (run-pass option) last year at UH. Now, it’s the run-and-shoot. “We were run-heavy (in high school),” he said. “A lot of people were surprised I continued at quarterback (in college), but I get a […]
For an exceptionally young Hawaii football team, it seemed fitting that two true freshmen quarterbacks had just as many opportunities as everyone else on Day 1. Saint Louis School product Chevan Cordeiro and Jeremy Moussa of Eleanor Roosevelt High (Chino Hills, Calif.) were among the six signal-callers sporting orange jerseys and getting reps at Cooke Field on Friday. A redshirt freshman out of Farrington, Justin Uahinui, was also in the mix. “They got a ton of reps. That’s the most […]
Middle linebacker Jahlani Tavai and center Kaiwi Chung participated in today’s first practice of training camp. This summer, they were withheld from team activities while school officials investigated their role in a June 9 scuffle. They were arrested on misdemeanor accusations. But no charges have been filed. They participated in last week’s pep rally downtown, and they were involved in all phases of practice today. Also: > The Warriors ran two huddles simultaneously today in an effort to provide more […]
The Warriors finished 6-7 and are likely headed to the Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve.