Chris Naeole made it official, announcing his resignation (through his lawyer) as the offensive line coach.
He cited “certain philosophical differences with the handling of disciplinary matters in the program.”
At least four players were suspended for the Sept. 23 Wyoming game, and three others for last week’s game against Colorado State. But one of the suspensions was out of the football program’s jurisdiction and was referred to either the Office of Judicial Affairs, which handles violations of the student code of conduct, or the Office of Title IX. After a full investigation, UH spokesman Dan Meisenzahl said, “the appropriate office determines the disciplinary action, which can range from no further action to expulsion.”
No UH player served more than a two-game suspension.