Lee praises Cordeiro

A day after the championship game, Saint Louis School head coach Cal Lee was praising his former quarterback.

Lee said Chevan Cordeiro, who signed a letter of intent last month to play for the Warriors this year, has all the tools to succeed as a college QB. Lee said Cordeiro has a strong arm, is elusive, can decipher defenses quickly, and has a high football IQ.

“He’ll be fine,” Lee said. “Mark my words.”

COMMENTS

  1. al January 9, 2018 9:22 am

    Got it Cal.


  2. PONO January 9, 2018 9:56 am

    Yup, really stoked that Cordeiro is staying home.


  3. A-House January 9, 2018 10:01 am

    al-san:

    will Cordeiro be your “holy grail”? beleive it will all depend on Rolo if Chevan gets splinters in his freshman year and Brown gets all the reps


  4. A-House January 9, 2018 10:05 am

    NSF from yesterday’s post:

    was always under the impression that Tua had no interest in UH after all the Power5 schools offered and especially after Alabama called/offered

    someone mentioned that his family had no trouble in buying a house and getting a job.

    young Tago, understand, did very well in HS and all set to join Alabama very soon


  5. 808WarriorFan January 9, 2018 10:20 am

    Sure hope Cal is right … glad to hear QB Jeremy Moussa is enrolled & will be @ spring practice … really need competition @ QB


  6. Ipu Man January 9, 2018 10:32 am

    I believe Alabama hire Tua’s dad, didn’t they?
    UH should offer Cordeiro”s dad a coaching position…


  7. Da Punchbowl Kid January 9, 2018 10:41 am

    Coach Cal knows what he’s talking about. I hope we see more RnS in the offense, especially with a QB like Cordeiro at the helm!


  8. haka January 9, 2018 11:13 am

    What the heck does Cal know? Just kidding peeps. Tua’s effort should solidify and inspire Chevan’s confidence level. And who can argue with the winningest championship coach of all time…..and I don’t mean that guy in crimson.


  9. Akamai Okole January 9, 2018 11:20 am

    Great morning All!

    Did anyone else hear Joe Tessitore’s comment on the Deuce when Tua started the 2nd half regarding Bama’s Sugar Bowl practices?

    That comment is why Rolo is not going to play rotating QB’s mid-season in no-Aloha Stadium…

    Just saying.


  10. turfwar January 9, 2018 11:31 am

    Despite what everyone is saying would it really be shocking if Saban sticks with Jalen to start next season? I mean how many teams are gonna stuff Bama’s run game? And on another note from what I’m hearing don’t feel sorry for St. Louis next year. There talk of another soph QB who’s drawing comparisons to … yup you guessed it. A young Tua. And the beat just keeps on going!


  11. ai-eee-soos January 9, 2018 12:01 pm

    Does anyone know if Rolo offered Taulia ?

    Taulia did very well under JJ, at (Kapolei ?).


  12. Jr January 9, 2018 12:05 pm

    Roll should hire Vsnce passas he is a good an coach.if he would leave the saints.


  13. seewhy January 9, 2018 12:05 pm

    If Rolo starts Brown next year, I’m not renewing my season tickets.


  14. Jr January 9, 2018 12:06 pm

    Ment roll and Vince fingers to big


  15. Jr January 9, 2018 12:06 pm

    Rolo


  16. islandman January 9, 2018 12:23 pm

    Bobby said he heard Taulia decommited from Alabama. Don’t know if true.
    Maybe Vince likes to work with all the up and coming talent rather than only with UH QB’s.


  17. A-House January 9, 2018 12:50 pm

    I, for one, would be most disappointed if we see Dru Brown as the anointed UH QB for 2018.

    if so, then Rolo is as hard headed as Chow — ‘he’s got the it’ and ‘gives us the best chance for us to win’ comment

    yes, we are not the decision makers, but lack of support for the team will force changes — and, I personally like Rolo

    I really need a easy come, easy go vacation where I can go to sleep and get up at any time and not worry about “work” and the stack of emails/papers when I get back — yea, yea I’m old enough, but who will pay the bills and pay for traveling with the team to West Point and points beyond?

    hay, hay, hay — mega bucks here I come!!!!!!!!! — darn dreamer!!!!!!! or, mega million lottery – nah, I would need to go to states that engage in the lottery, buy tickets, and win — I buy tickets, but it’s only to place in our albums that Mrs A-House creates — darn good job too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  18. A-House January 9, 2018 1:00 pm

    what would lite the fire under both Coles to put more than a 100% effort during the off-season to become a force and challenge Dru and the 2 incoming frosh QBs?

    or, have they reached their “max” and content to regulated to being a back-up QB or transfer to another school like so many others before them — unfortunately, none of them made it to the NFL or CFL

    disappointed that UH failed to utilize their TEs in 2017 — must be choice of play calling by Rolo or OC


  19. H-Man January 9, 2018 1:13 pm

    I don’t know about Moussa, but I did have the opportunity to watch Cordeiro. Chevan has the tools to be a really good DI quarterback. But after last season, I don’t know if Rolo and his QB coach have the ability to develop talent. They have Cole McDonald, a good quarterback that has sat and will continue to sit on the bench. He should transfer. I have no idea if Rolo can implement an offense that optimizes the player’s talent. Or whether he implements an offense looking to find a quarterback that fits his offense.


  20. graham January 9, 2018 1:16 pm

    You have to trust that Rolo will play the QB that gives the team the best chance to win. I’d like to see one of the Freshman win the job but if Dru gives them the best chance to get to a bowl game he should play. Hopefully next year’s offense will be much better from the top down.


  21. graham January 9, 2018 1:18 pm

    With that said I believe it should be an open competition between all the Qbs. Dru didnt earn the right to be named the starter before camp


  22. islandman January 9, 2018 1:24 pm

    McDonald should have been given more of a chance to play last season, like Dru played some at the beginning part of 2016 when Ikaika was the starter.


  23. Akamai Okole January 9, 2018 1:59 pm

    Who thinks that Saban simply relied on a “gut call” to switch QB’s at halftime yesterday versus relying on lots of observations made by himself and his staff from many snaps in practices?

    Who thinks Rolo should be doing the same?


  24. A-House January 9, 2018 2:05 pm

    #23:

    me, me, me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if Rolo cannot develop a more varied offensive scheme — he should hire an OC who has exhibited the talent/ability to do so; OR, get on his stick and learn, learn, learn — not only one or two, but three or four which can be meld into a scheme that will benefit Rolo and UH offense


  25. al January 9, 2018 3:00 pm

    Let the blind man lead those three vision impaired mice…

    Creating or listening to the wrong sources will cause bling]dness. Be careful.

    Mr. Tagovailoa was a senior Federal employee while here in Hawaii having served with DOD – USN at the Pearl Harbor shipyard. I believe he applied for and was selected for another Federal program in Alabama. His salary probably exceeded most of us. Homes are much more reasonable in the Deep South.

    Taulia received his first D1 college from the university of Hawaii. Making he and his brother to be one of a few brothers being offered by the same school at the same position.

    I guess some of you aren’t renewing your season tickets. Not a problem…we want loyal fans and not blind mice. The problems with last year are systemic not the ability of the quarterback . How many dropped balls per game? He threw at a 62% clip. Probably would have been close to 70%. How many poorly run routes resulted in sacks. How many Ursua’s Did we have on the field? None after that. I could go on. Buts let’s throw stones at the right target.

    I never call a yet to be seen high school recruit a “Holy Grail”. In fact that accolade should never be bestowed upon a human being.

    There was a time when The home team was in Tua’s top 5.

    -how many times has it been mentioned by ST, Rolo, etc. that we will run a more wide open offense with some 4-5 wides, etc. did you not witness this the last 4 games?
    Oh, you guys are mice.

    The sophomore jinx is real…ask June Jones .

    Rolo has a lot of what it takes to identify the weaknesses and move forward accordingly.

    The mice need to remove the blinders.


  26. Akamai Okole January 9, 2018 3:05 pm

    A-house,

    see #9


  27. haka January 9, 2018 3:20 pm

    Mahalo al! Amen!


  28. Jonj January 9, 2018 3:24 pm

    Al… it sounds as if you are the mouse! It doesnt matter he had a high completion percentage throwing short. The fact is he did have a strong enough arm to stretch the field, so the defenses played up and challenged his arm strength. Also 2016 brown was a mobile threat. This past season he rarely handed off the ball making him one dimentional. Also i thought the Browns 3rd down decision making wasnt on point.


  29. H-Man January 9, 2018 3:25 pm

    Al, you’re allowing statistics to blind you. Dru has difficulty going through his progressions, staring down his primary receiver, and cannot deliver the pass over the middle and long. Take yesterday’s game for example. Jalen Hurts got sacked several times because he cannot pick out his receivers and ultimately holds on to the ball too long, resulting in a sack. Same for Dru. He stares down receivers, not using his eyes to move safeties. ESPN showed the replay of Tua’s winning touchdown where he used his eyes to move the safety, then deliver the 42-yard strike for the winning TD. Cordeiro can do what Tua does. Cal Lee has trained them.


  30. Jonj January 9, 2018 3:28 pm

    Its hard for a Wr to create space when the D knows u cant throw deep! Hence the saying “keep the defense honest”


  31. islandman January 9, 2018 3:28 pm

    The QB last season did not make enough plays to score ,besides the dropped balls. The scoring was down from 2016. The offense moved at times between the 20 yard lines but did not get into the end zone enough. Part of that could be we didn’t have Kemp and lost Ursua.


  32. suckkabooya January 9, 2018 3:35 pm

    Dru Brown gave UH the best chance to win. By far. If there was any other option better Rolo would make the switch for sure. When you watch Brown play its plain to see that he does NOT have that “it” factor. What Brown does have is toughness (he can take a hit pretty good, durable guy), he has a good even temperament (pretty calm, not real panicky), he can extend plays when routes and protections break down, and he has a nice comfort level with Ursua. Brown’s limitations all have to do with arm strength. It seems like he has to get a running start to “zip” his pass (tight window or deep). He cant zip one when he’s planted. He just cant do it. Poor thing. That’s the only thing holding him back in my opinion. If Dru Brown is the starting quarterback next year it will be because he earned it and not because Rolovich has “Chow syndrome” . Last year’s offensive philosophy gave UH the best chance to win. Shorten the game by throwing short and running more. Keep the clock moving. Because of all the different playmakers at receiver the philosophy will change next year. Evolution and Natural Selection is a deliberate process. Things will either change or evolve in order to survive. I am confident that the Bandwagon will be filled once again.


  33. haka January 9, 2018 3:40 pm

    Soooooo…..
    So if you go by arm strength, Brownholtz should have been the starter.
    So Dru = Jalen?
    So don’t you need a deep threat to throw to? Who was that? And remember, they need to catch it.
    just sayin…


  34. Akamai Okole January 9, 2018 3:43 pm

    If you can’t throw deep, you try to pull the Safeties up with a RB then hit holes with Slots or TE’s…until they get lost to injuries. 😈


  35. Jonj January 9, 2018 3:50 pm

    33 pulling the safeties up also means tighter window spacing on short to intermediate routes. What we really want is safeties to play deep. Also we did have deep threats in ewaliko and 84 i cant remember his name. DB just kept over throwing them. I had a chat with 2 former UH Wrs at a game and they completely agreed


  36. Old School Dave January 9, 2018 3:53 pm

    Still remember when UH fans booed Timmy Chang at Aloha Stadium in 2004, with the all of these negative comments directed at Dru Brown. You feel proud? Many locals regard UH like their own version of the NFL Raiders or Steelers. Just stating the facts.


  37. haka January 9, 2018 4:13 pm

    It seemed as much a receiver problem as a quarterback problem to me. I thought our wideouts were inconsistent and had difficulty in getting separation. Not saying Dru didn’t have his misses, but to me, there were many missing pieces to the puzzle from that position. It was more than just Dru. Either way….got season tickets?


  38. Akamai Okole January 9, 2018 4:16 pm

    Gronk


  39. Akamai Okole January 9, 2018 4:17 pm

    Amendola


  40. haka January 9, 2018 4:24 pm

    And when we lost Unga and Ursua it wasn’t the same.


  41. burro sabio January 9, 2018 4:28 pm

    Speed is not enough, receivers have to be able to catch the ball. Ewaliko should have been a running back from the beginning so his catching ability or lack thereof would not have been an issue.

    There was talk before about giving players a chance because they might turn out to be “gamers”. However, most of the great ones both practice and play well. If a player can’t pull it off in practice, what makes you think he can do so in a game?


  42. boolakanaka January 9, 2018 4:39 pm

    40 I agree with you. He was not a fluid or natural route runner, and often fought the ball. By far Ursua was the most accomplished in not just routes, but also finding soft spots in coverage and YACs. Hoping Noa will be a dependable no 2 next year. Collie, has yet to win my total confidence with hands.


  43. suckkabooya January 9, 2018 4:40 pm

    If the two Coles can push Brown enough and all three of them make improvements to their collective weaknesses and hone their strengths then I would hope UH has the opportunity to redshirt Corderio. Corderio could develop some chemistry with the younger (next generation) receivers on the scout team. Unless there is real urgency for his services (injuries) or his skills exceed everyone else’s (possible) then I think they should redshirt him. As UH phases out of the Norn Chow system players Rolo’s system will be on FULL display with the scouts. Who knows, maybe Tuileta might be the right mentor for him.


  44. haka January 9, 2018 5:00 pm

    My main concern in 2018 is in the trenches. We need some young Warriors to step up. The offensive tackle positions are the most pressing need in my opinion. We have some interior talent, but we need true bonafide tackles to stand tall and long!


  45. islandman January 9, 2018 5:02 pm

    For the UNLV game, near the end of the game, Dru missed Ewaliko in the end zone, after driving the team 54 yards to the UNLV 23. Final score was 31-23.
    In the Fresno game, after Ford intercepted a pass at UH 36 and returned to he Fresno 45, UH drove to Fresno 5 yard line, but Dru was intercepted on 2nd and goal for a touchback in the 4th quarter.
    This was kind of how some of the plays went this season. If and when we drove down the field we didn’t score that much compared to 2016. Some of our drives got going too late in the games too.


  46. suckkabooya January 9, 2018 5:04 pm

    Brown and Collie seem like the same type of player. They have the intangibles but lack the “it” factor. Doesn’t make them bad players. Fact is we always have high expectations on kids doing the best they can. Ewaliko included. Rolo could see the limitations with Ewaliko but us the fans couldn’t. In my opinion Ewaliko was force fed the ball at times to appease us the fans. “Free Ewaliko” It wasn’t natural for him. Poor guy. We could have used him like Tomey used Mike Akiu, field stretcher and special teams beast. Learning process for coaches and fans. Next guy with that skillset will be maximized without the force feeding.


  47. Aaron January 9, 2018 5:18 pm

    gah, reading these comments can give one brain damage. there was no “one problem” with last year’s team. not the QB, not anyone. the dysfunction was systemic. It’s like saying someone with alzheimer’s just needs to write things down and do a better job of remembering things – it isn’t that simple. luckily, i think the changes to the coaching staff will help immensely.

    The Dru Brown we saw struggle in 2017 is the same one that played very well in the 2016 Hawaii Bowl and made huge plays that require the “it” factor (that TD pass in OT vs AFA). But, people want things to be simple and just blame the most obvious thing, I guess.


  48. Jonj January 9, 2018 5:33 pm

    46 i said the same thing in 2016! He lacked the arm strength and luckily we had kemp to bail him out everytime. Some people said he under threw the ball, becuz kemp liked to basket catch. N then he balled out in the hawaii bowl and i kind of took a step back, but he came back in 2017 and reinforced my judgement on him.


  49. suckkabooya January 9, 2018 5:59 pm

    #46
    2017’s perceived failure definitely NOT Dru Brown’s fault. It seemed to me it was a collective effort of Kids trying the best they could positioned by a very young coaching staff. Please don’t damage your brain trying to sort out the opinions, just people venting.


  50. islandman January 9, 2018 6:56 pm

    It wasn’t Ikaka’s “fault” for having a 1-3 record to start 2016 and note that we had 3 Power 5 teams in those games, but a change was made in the QB for the season starting with the 5th game. The QB is the leader of the offense and its overall success starts there.


  51. Old School Dave January 9, 2018 7:02 pm

    Ah, the QB overthrew his WR. Bench him!!”

    No one talks about the missed blocks, O-linemen getting bull-rushed, clipping, illegal hands to face penalties, bonehead off-sides penalties, personal fouls, WRs running the wrong routes, the list goes on. Sure the QB made mistakes, but there is a lot of blame to go around.

    Surprised someone doesn’t call for Rolo to “trade” for another QB. “How about Jalen Hurts coming to UH now that he’s out of a job at Bama?”


  52. Pakipark January 9, 2018 7:07 pm

    I’m hoping Larry Tuileta gets a shot at QB.


  53. cappie the dog January 9, 2018 7:12 pm

    Wasn’t Dru Brown playing injured?


  54. Martin David January 9, 2018 7:33 pm

    At the risk of alienating those on this forum, particularly those of you who confess to be loyal and knowledgeable UH football fans, I feel compelled to ad my .02 worth.
    I will state up front I am not an expert and these are only my opinions, however I will say that I have played at a D1 level and was good enough to at least have contract discussions and tryouts with 4 professional teams. That being said (typed), my first point of contention is with those aforementioned self ordained loyal UH fans, that seem to hold local boys who shun UH and go to other schools in higher esteem, than those who leave where they grew up and come to Hawaii to represent UH. What up with that?
    Secondly all the “loyal UH football fan” Dru Brown haters.
    Someone mentioned someone else was being misled by statistics, I would submit that those who imply that, simply choose to ignore the facts. The facts ARE that Dru Brown was second in the MW conf in total yardage during the regular season, and in the top 4 or 5 in completion %. The facts ARE that Hawaii was one of ONLY 10 FBS schools with a 2000 yard passer and a 1000 yard rusher.
    That with a dilapidated Oline due to injuries, missing arguably two of the best receivers in the conference, (Ursua and Unga), and abysmal and predictable play calling.
    Was DSJ’s 60 yard performance against BYU because he lost it? Wasn’t good enough? Not talented enough? Not trying? He played as well then as he did previously in his 200 yard efforts. In Football, you have to have a supporting cast.
    Why did Dru Brown not have an over the top spectacular year? For the same reason. Why don’t you “loyal knowledgeable”, fans check out his statistics before Ursua’s and Unga’s departure.
    Do you know what separation is? (How open receivers are). You would rarely see any after Ursua and Unga’s exodus. Most of the completions were in NFL sized windows. But you haters knew that right? Curious how many of those passes were attempted in obvious passing situations (third and long), when EVERYONE knew we were going to pass.
    So tired of hearing about arm strength or his supposed lack of. How many of you that say that have been to practice and have watched him throw 45 yards on his KNEES. Or last year before games when Dru, Aaron, and Ikaika would take turns throwing at the crossbar at the goal post from the 40 yard line. Well he underthrows, he overthrows which is it
    Goldilocks? If you want to see true arm strength, it is demonstrated on 10 and 15 yard outs thrown from the opposite hash. Those throws have to be made quick and thrown hard on a rope or they are pick sixed. How many ints on that pattern? You’d be hard pressed to even find an incompletion on those throws if you watched and knew what to watch for.
    Yes I saw some underthrown balls this year…from every QB I watched. Underthrows occur primarily when throws are hurried, feet are not set, there is not a good transfer of weight from plant leg to point leg. Usually this is the result of a pass rush and or a faltering pocket. How many throws were underthrown when he was scrambling outside the pocket? You wouldn’t even need one hand to count them. Sorry to sound so condescending, but I really wonder if we were even watching the same game. But I guess when someone’s opinions are based on parroting the clowns’ observations that call the game on the radio, no wonder the confusion.
    For those of you that are going to get rid of your tickets if Dru Brown earns the starting QB position again (as he has earned it every year he has been here), I say good, cause I don’t want to sit anywhere near you.
    Lastly, contrary to what it might seem after all of my supposed pontification, I hope the young QB’s coming in ARE talented and can compete for the starting job because a rising tide does raise all ships.
    But at the same time, just because they excelled against the competition here on the island in high school, I am not that easily impressed. I have spent too much time in Texas, California and Florida, and have seen what the overall talent level is there. This treatise was not meant to denigrate those of you who frequent this blog, but it’s been said that when you throw a rock at a pack of dogs, the ones that get hit will yelp the loudest. M.r Tsai thanks for providing all of us football starved maniacs with all the updates. We are all appreciative.


  55. shelton January 9, 2018 8:12 pm

    compare our receivers with these other top notch schools….. hopefully our current receivers get faster and better( need separation)


  56. islandman January 9, 2018 8:26 pm

    The object is to score, not how much yardage you can gain. We average only 18.9 pts per MW conference game. That is the stat to measure effectiveness of the offense. 2nd to last in the conference.
    In the MW games, he was 4th in passing yardage and 8th in passing efficiency of the 11 rated passers.


  57. Inyoface January 9, 2018 8:35 pm

    To me the lack of scoring on the first drive let alone the first half was Hawaii’s main reason for lack of wins in 2017.


  58. Inyoface January 9, 2018 8:37 pm

    I also think they relied on Diocemy a little too much.


  59. suckkabooya January 9, 2018 11:50 pm

    #54
    First thing I would like to say is that I LOVE what Dru Brown brings to the field (so many intangibles). I believe in him as our quarterback. I have seen him “zip” passes in clutch situations so he does have “arm strength” It just seems to me he needs to be moving around to do so. I kind of don’t care what he can do from his knees but I get your point, he does have the ability. I cant wait to see it on a consistent basis, I would love for him to prove that everyone is wrong (especially me) about that. I have seen his JC video (hulu) and he was an incredible playmaker then, so you can see what is possible. Secondly I am a Collie fan. I love how he plays. Tough, high motor, unselfish, grinder of a possession receiver. He just needs to complete the play better. He can do it. I think he will. Thirdly I appreciate any Young Man that chooses to become a Hawaii Warrior. From anywhere (even Australia and Japan). Fourthly everyone is still a buzz over St. Louis quarterbacks and we luckily got one. And lastly most of the posters here are also not experts, but all are pretty knowledgeable and know what they see, just the interpretation differs and that’s the “fun” part. If it were true, true hating their post would be deleted. Don’t worry.


  60. HawaiiMongoose January 10, 2018 2:43 am

    #54, MD, mahalo for your detailed post. Lots of good food for thought there. Please share your insights more often!


  61. mctruck January 10, 2018 3:46 am

    #54
    You’ve been to varied locations in the nation and not “easily impressed” with our local QB’s because of the competition they’ve faced locally?
    Same can be said of Tua and Milton, who were among other island bred players who excelled at playing at a higher level. So, you’re not impressed?? really, does it matter what impresses you or not?
    You claim your stature of having been invited to tryout with several NFL teams as a measure of authority in all things related to football; and those who express their thoughts on this sight as if their thoughts must pass the mustard with readers such as you?, I don’t think so. You didn’t pass the mustard to make it on a NFL roster and many other local players did, so where on the totem pole do you stand? Not too high, yeah?
    I say, let those who want to say something say it here; and they don’t have to be censored with their comments by non-professional censors. ok den, peace.


  62. martin david January 10, 2018 4:50 am

    I stand corrected. 3rd in passing yardage. First with 30 sacks…cause he’s not a mobile QB.
    http://www.espn.com/college-football/conferences/statistics/player/_/id/17/mountain-west-conference


  63. 808SEC January 10, 2018 5:30 am

    Let’s not forget, Jeremy Moussa is already at UH and will be there for Spring. I am interested to see what he can do. Above all, hoping for a wide open QB competition. May the best one win!


  64. cappie the dog January 10, 2018 5:47 am

    54.

    Don’t go back to sleep.

    I just watched Army upend San Diego State this past bowl season.

    What are your feelings on a triple-option based offense?


  65. Boya_jr January 10, 2018 6:24 am

    I’m enjoying reading the comments this morning regarding UH football. Mahalo.


  66. A-House January 10, 2018 7:08 am

    spirited, spirited!!!

    yes, makes for good foddering ( is there such a word or did I misspell? )

    we all have our opinions which some like/agree and some blast away ( direct or subtle ) — that’s OK cause you got yours and I got mine

    if a WR cannot get separation, why? can he be coached to achieve this? if a student fails, it’s the teachers fault ( Mr. Holland’s — dang, can’t remember, but one teacher tell him you failed to teach the athlete how to play the drum )

    is there a technique to teach an OL not to move before the snap of the ball — watch the center, watch the center not the DL across you — how many times does an interior lineman make/cause a false start? guess being out at the tackles makes it more obvious

    and the beat goes on!


  67. Tom-warriornation January 10, 2018 7:23 am

    Just 2 words:

    GO WARRIORS!


  68. Tom-warriornation January 10, 2018 7:25 am

    May the best QB be given a chance!


  69. islandman January 10, 2018 8:20 am

    Baseball season for UH . Change at SS -Maaki Yamazaki, so far. Training camp opens this week, per today’s article.


  70. islandman January 10, 2018 8:32 am

    Note regarding today’s baseball article, Demeret should be Demeter, per roster.


  71. burro sabio January 10, 2018 8:44 am

    Don’t rule out Chayce Kaaua at other IF or OF positions if he hits, he’s got the skills to play anywhere.


  72. burro sabio January 10, 2018 8:46 am

    #41 thanks Counselor, as a donkey i didn’t get to play much football so i notice things but can’t explain it like you can.

    #54 thank you for your comments that are very perceptive and yet respectful.


  73. Stephen Tsai January 10, 2018 8:55 am

    New post: http://www.hawaiiwarriorworld.com/?p=45276


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