Because of last week’s bye, the Warriors delayed celebrating their Sept. 28 rout of Nevada until this morning. That meant every UH student-athlete participating in the training-table program this semester had the option of specially made omelets for his or her breakfast.
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The Warriors received a boost with offensive lineman Kohl Levao, who hasn’t played this season after suffering an injury on the fourth day of training camp, working with the first unit. Levao can play all five line spots.
It also appears nickelback Kai Kaneshiro might be available to play this week. He did not play against Nevada.
The Warriors completed the two-hour practice with sideline-to-sideline sprints. It had less to do with Boise’s altitude (2,730 feet above sea level) than with the Broncos’ fast-paced, shifting offense.