Interesting comment from quarterback Bryant Moniz:
“We’re the cockroaches. Everybody thought they killed us last year. They thought we were dead. And then we got up. You know when you think you killed a cockroach, then you come back, and it’s gone? That’s us. They thought we were dead after last year. We came back. We won 10 games. We’re going to a bowl game. They need to get a bigger slipper to kill us.”
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In the early 1980s, Radford High’s Thor Salanoa was the meanest football player whose last name was not Noga or Ulufale.
His son, Thor Jr., played at Utah as a freshman, then transferred to Snow College. Thor Jr., a 6-foot-2, 225-pound outside linebacker is now back in Hawaii. He is enrolled at West Oahu College, and hopes to one day play for the Warriors. But because of some ill-advised guidance at Snow, he does not have enough transferrable credits. As a 4-2-4 player, he needs to earn the equivalent of an associate degree to be eligible to join the Warriors. Thor Sr. said he believes his son is on track to meeting those requirements. While it is his intent to play for the Warriors, he has not made a commitment. He also did not sign during yesterday’s early period.
Thor Jr., Thor the Legend