Last call

With the contact period expiring at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, the Warriors are making a late recruiting push.

There are five recruits in town this week.

Wednesday is the first day prospects may sign letters of intent.


  1. ai-eee-soos December 15, 2017 11:50 am


  2. ai-eee-soos December 15, 2017 11:52 am

    Sign em up.

    Sign up the OL Coach.

    Sign up a DC.

  3. al December 15, 2017 12:39 pm

    Last call
    For alcohol!

    (((Old times managing nightclubs.)))

  4. Da Punchbowl Kid December 15, 2017 1:26 pm

    Hey al! Why you no ansah yo phone? I call you up and one robot ansah! He sound like you!

    Whatever it is, coaches, players, get ‘er done!

  5. cappie the dog December 15, 2017 1:55 pm

    Offensive linemen. Offensive linemen. Offensive linemen.

    Nothing works without offensive linemen.

  6. Ipu Man December 15, 2017 2:59 pm

    I wonder if Rolo ever looks at big basketball players
    for offensive linemen… Must be plenty if the snow
    belt who would love to play football for Hawaii.

  7. H-Man December 15, 2017 3:44 pm

    What’s happening with Eneasi Kavapalu and Kamuela Borden? Still part of the 2018 class?

  8. islandman December 15, 2017 3:48 pm

    Ty Detmer was relieved of OC duties on Nov 27 at BYU, 2 days after their win over UH. They were 9-4 in 2016, and 4-9 in 2017. On Dec 14, Jeff Grimes was named BYU Offensive Coordinator.

  9. Ipu Man December 15, 2017 3:52 pm

    Hawaii plays Navy Sept lst…

  10. islandman December 15, 2017 5:36 pm

    and Army Sept 15 who was 9-3 and beat Navy this season.

  11. clyde December 15, 2017 7:03 pm

    Wild guess: They’ll try to move the Army game to Week Zero (Aug. 25), thereby creating at least one bye in the 2018 schedule.

  12. burro sabio December 15, 2017 8:18 pm

    #8 – no comparison, BYU is a private school.

  13. Old School Dave December 15, 2017 9:07 pm

    Off topic, but the way you stop parents from confronting and assaulting high school coaches is to simply cancel that team’s season in the event of any such incident. Just like the prison furlough program; suspend da program with each escape.

  14. islandman December 15, 2017 9:48 pm

    12. Kaumeyer was relieved as DC at UH for the 2014 season after 2 years.
    Aaron Price was out as OC after about 6 months in 2013.

  15. burro sabio December 15, 2017 10:09 pm

    Who cares what Chow did, he was not a good coach. JJ & Wagner, and I think even Tomey never fired an assistant. If someone has to go, they have to go, it has nothing to do what any other coach or other school has done or didn’t do.

  16. Paniolo December 16, 2017 6:16 am

    For me, I am just waiting to hear from Warrior head football coach Nick Rolovich about some staff coaches changes. Will he let go Legi as Defensive Coordinator; Yoro in charge of safety, or others? Will the rumored of former Warrior Offensive coach under June Jones, Mike Cavanaugh coming back to Hawaii for his former position? That would be awesome. Mike Cavanaugh had the best Warrior Offensive line during his tenure here.

  17. Maddog50 December 16, 2017 7:43 am

    Looking for impact OL and interior DL along with OL coach. GoWarriors!

  18. forsurftoo December 16, 2017 8:00 am


  19. Boolakanaka December 16, 2017 8:53 am

    In the spirit of bragging rights, my era had the best oline group in bows history. You can’t argue with a group that I think had 10 super bowl appearance and 6 Lombardi rings. Sapolu, Mills, Tuinei, Carvalho, Onosai–/all played on Sundays- they combined come to close to 30 seasons in the NFL.

  20. Old School Dave December 16, 2017 9:36 am

    Reality of the situation @ UH:. I give the UH coaches credit for working their butts off under these conditions and lack of resources.

    Here is the UH’s Football Coaches Salary from Public Records:

    HC – $400,008 (Rolovich)
    DC – $200,000 (Suianoa)
    OC – $155,000 (Smith)
    OL – $150,000 (?)
    Assc. HC/QB – $140,000 (Stutzman)
    ST – $130,000 (Chahani)
    LB – $85,000 (Duggans)
    Wr – $120,000 (Kafense)
    CBs – $115,000 (Eliminian)
    Ss – $105,000 (Yoro)

    In contrast to Boise State’s Coaches Salaries:
    HC: $1.3 million (Harsin)
    DC – $315,000 (Avalos)
    OC/QBs – $285,000 (Hill)
    WRs – $185,000 (Kiesau)
    ST/TE – $275,000 (Riddle)
    RBs – $145,018 (Marks)
    OL – $225,000 (Pedell)
    DL – $250,000 (Caldwell)
    CBs – $210,000 (Ambrose)
    Ss – $195,000 (Franklin)

    Factor in the lower cost of living and it looks even more attractive. BTW, what is the main industry in Idaho? Ah, no matter as you get to live in “Paradise” with the beaches, sand, and sunshine compensating you, fine.

    UH Administrators: “Eh!!! Them coaches making plenty!! Stop complaining and just win!” Sometimes hard to put 2 + 2 together, as it still no come out to many.

  21. Sangamon Keith December 16, 2017 9:41 am

    #12 You are correct about the public vs private school hiring procedures. Still, the UH has one of the slowest hiring processes for coaches even among public schools. In fact, I would not be surprised if we weren’t the slowest. This slowness, as I understand the issue, is because the UH Athletic Department is required to use state employee employment process, where in other states the university athletic departments are contracting with coaches for personal services and not restricted by state hiring rules.

  22. Stephen Tsai December 16, 2017 10:22 am

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