Moniz apologizes

During yesterday’s team meeting, quarterback Bryant Moniz apologized for actions that led to him being placed on “personal leave” for the final three weeks of the Warriors’ recently completed spring training.

Moniz is expected to rejoin the team for next month’s start of the summer conditioning program.

By the way, I appreciate that people think I know details about the situation — neighbors, relatives, former classmates — but, nope, I don’t. So, sorry.

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Special thanks to Brashton Satele for appearing as today’s guest on the Warrior Beat Show. Satele shared stories of his tryout that eventually led to his signing with the J-E-T-S, Jets! Jets! Jets!.

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From the New York Post:

The Jets yesterday waived linebacker Broderick Stewart and signed two undrafted free-agent linebackers — Cory Reamer of Alabama and Brashton Satele of Hawaii.

Reamer and Satele both received tryouts during the Jets’ rookie minicamp over the weekend. Reamer, who drew raves from coach Rex Ryan, had 50 tackles, two sacks and an interception last season while helping lead Alabama to the national title over Texas.

Satele missed last season for Hawaii due to a left shoulder injury. The NCAA rejected his request for a medical hardship that would have allowed him to return for a sixth season with the Warriors.

Stewart was signed as an undrafted free agent last week after having 4½ sacks for Vanderbilt last season.

From York:

While everybody was focusing on the Joe McKnight barfing and Santonio Holmes’ iPodGate, a couple of no-names made a name for themselves at the Jets’ rookie minicamp — and they were rewarded Monday with NFL contracts.

The Jets signed free-agent LBs Cory Reamer (Alabama) and Brashton Satele (Hawaii), both of whom came to the camp as non-roster players.

It became clear from Day 1 that Reamer was going to be signed, as Rex Ryan raved about Reamer’s ability to digest the defensive playbook and direct traffic. Ryan joked that Reamer knew the defense better than coordinator Mike Pettine. He was a two-year starter at Alabama, finishing with 90 tackles and three sacks. As a senior, on the Crimson Tide’s national-championship team, he posted 50 tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one blocked kick and one interception — a nice resume for a non-drafted player.

Satele missed last season due to a shoulder injury, but as a junior he had 53 tackles, one sack and one interception.

To make room for them, rookie free-agent LB Broderick Stewart (Vanderbilt) was waived.

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Sure, UH won’t announce a depth chart. But this is how it should go entering the summer on defense:

LE — Liko Satele.

LT — Vaughn Meatoga.

RT— Haku Correa.

RE — Paipai Falemalu

WLB — Corey Paredes

MLB — Mana Lolotai

SLB — Aaron Brown

LCB — Lametrius Davis

SS — Spencer Smith

FS — Mana Silva

RCB — Jeramy Bryant

NB — Richard Torres

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Warrior volleyball coach Charlie Wade, opposite attacker Jonas Umlauft and outside hitter Joshua Walker are heading back to NorCal for tomorrow’s dinner honoring the AVCA All-America players.

They will be back for Sunday’s team banquet. And here are the details of that banquet:

The UH Men’s Volleyball Banquet is set for Sunday, May 9 at the Outrigger
Reef On The Beach in Waikiki. Doors will open at 5 PM – No host cocktails. Buffet service at 6 PM with program following. Adults start at  $50.00, children (4-10) $25.00.  See
registration form for additional information.

Registration form can be found at or call Judi Parker
at 448-6352 or 630-9303.

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Belated farewell to Lisa Sekiya, a terrific ad-copy writer who moonighted as my Diet Coke dealer. I’ll miss her as I go through zero-calorie caffeine withdrawals.



  1. jm2375 May 4, 2010 6:06 am


    Good morning Tsai-kos!

  2. jm2375 May 4, 2010 6:07 am

    ST – don’t forget about brother Liko!

  3. koakane iPhone May 4, 2010 6:10 am

    Top 5

  4. jm2375 May 4, 2010 6:10 am

    Don’t forget to vote for Josh Walker bouncing a ball off Carson Clark’s cranium as Play-of-the-year!! 😆

  5. jm2375 May 4, 2010 6:11 am

    koakane – heeeeellllllloooooooo hooooooooowwwww yooooooouuuuuuu?

  6. koakane iPhone May 4, 2010 6:11 am

    Morning tsaiko country

    jm# helllllllooooooo hoooooow yyyyyou

  7. koakane iPhone May 4, 2010 6:13 am

    What you doing up so early

  8. Maverick May 4, 2010 6:21 am

    All still coming in loud and clear.

  9. whitey May 4, 2010 6:24 am

    Good morning Tsaikos. Have a very nice day.

  10. jm2375 May 4, 2010 6:25 am

    kk – this not early. waiting for keed to get ready so we can hiho…

  11. LizKauai (iPad) May 4, 2010 6:30 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    Go Brashton!

  12. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 6:42 am

    Twelt! 🙂

  13. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 6:46 am

    And Good Morning Gangeez! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Nice how things played out for Brashton!

  14. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 6:56 am

    …and Liko, Hercules and Mel

  15. Bulla May 4, 2010 7:09 am

    have a good day Tsaikos, good to know that if we can’t swim, there’s a rescue boat somewhere out there 🙂

  16. Slugger May 4, 2010 7:14 am

    Goooood morning! Hoooooowwwww youuuuuuuu?

    I like your depth chart, ST.

  17. Bulla May 4, 2010 7:29 am

    GO WARRIORS 🙂 🙂 🙂

  18. Paco May 4, 2010 7:31 am

    I like the look of that secondary.

  19. Διογένης ὁ Σινωπεύς May 4, 2010 7:32 am

    Good morning good people!

  20. djmitcho May 4, 2010 7:35 am

    Good Morning All! How’s everybody’s morning so far? 2 days til I head to Wash DC for my sister’s graduation. As much as I dislike the J-E-T-S (I’m a ‘Phins fan), I hope Brashton makes the 53 when the time comes

  21. ai-eee-soos May 4, 2010 7:55 am

    I think Brashton Satele has a good chance to make the squad.

    I’m wondering why Cory Reamer (Alabama) was NOT drafted,

    if he’s as good as Rex Ryan is raving about him.

    Good Luck Brashton.

  22. BG May 4, 2010 7:55 am

    Good morning everyone!

    I spoke to some Tsaikos at the Sat softball game about this. My bro’s mother-in-law has a difficult time climbing the Aloha Stadium stairs now. They’re getting the pay per view package and staying together as a family to watch Warrior games. He has 4 tix in section pp, row 45 in a covered area…no worries about rain. $145 per seat plus $85 premium for total of $230 per seat. He prefers to letting it go to die hard fans who will continue their tradition. I believe they’ve had the seats for the past 30 years or so. Drop me a message at Tsaiko808 at yahoo. (com). Click on my name for diagram of the stadium.

  23. (Jesse)James May 4, 2010 8:00 am

    Good Morning Tsaikos….

    Hellllooooo Howwwww Youuuuuu….to all those out there in the real world….LOL

  24. BG May 4, 2010 8:01 am

    Hmmm…the link didn’t work in #22. This is what it’s supposed to look like.

  25. Kazz May 4, 2010 8:25 am

    Rainbow Wahine Softball remains at #23 in latest NFCA Top 25 poll.

    *Interestingly enough, Fresno State is not listed as receiving ANY votes.

    (For complete list of Top 25 this week, click on my name.)

  26. Kazz May 4, 2010 8:29 am


    Have you spoken with any of your former Warrior teammates that are now in the NFL regarding your next step in the pros and if so, what was the best advice you received?

  27. Kazz May 4, 2010 8:32 am


    Upon hearing that you won’t be allowed back for a 6th year, how fast did you transition mentally from disappointment to preparing yourself for the next step in your career?

  28. sjmacro May 4, 2010 8:36 am

    Great Morning Tsaikos:
    Brashton-will see you at the chat. myki regrets she will miss the chat, sends her best and congrats

  29. Gorg May 4, 2010 8:38 am


    How do you think the competition stacks up as far as making the JETS roster, starting, and making an impact on a team that went so far in the playoffs even if it was a surprise showing?

  30. al May 4, 2010 8:44 am


    why did you choose to stay home and play for the university of hawaii?

  31. papajoe2 May 4, 2010 8:47 am

    I got word that Mana Silva will be graduating this month. Is this true? Congrats to him if so.

  32. LizKauai m/ May 4, 2010 9:39 am

    Brashton- can you share some of your first impressions of your NFL experience so far?

  33. LizKauai m/ May 4, 2010 9:40 am

    Brashton- how are you adjusting to the East Coast Style? Any Culture Shock experiences?

  34. Bulla May 4, 2010 9:41 am


    What would be the most compelling reason you could tell a graduating HS player about staying home and playing for UH vs. playing in the mainland?

  35. Stephen Tsai May 4, 2010 9:49 am

    Don’t have the graduation list, but that would be great. He can play as a graduate student in the fall. And that will mean he can free up a scholarship in December.

  36. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 9:52 am


    Congrats on getting a contract!

    What’s most important to you in terms of preparation at this point?
    Care to comment on the depth chart above?

  37. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 9:55 am

    Hey Stephen! Hi Bulla and Liz! Howzit papajoe2!

    Any day we can wake up to the Warrior Beat is a good day I tell ya! 😉

  38. LizKauai m/ May 4, 2010 10:06 am

    Hi DPK!

    Mr. Moniz… mahalo. One snap and clear… GO WARRIORS!


  39. Kazz May 4, 2010 10:23 am

    The Rainbow Wahine Softball team is at #21, down one spot from #20 last week in the ESPN Top 25 College Softball Poll

    The Ultimate College Softball Top 25 has not been updated at the time of this post and incidently, Fresno State is NOT listed as receiving votes in the ESPN Top 25 either.

  40. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 10:35 am

    Under things that make you say aaaauuuurrrrryyyytttttteee…

    Although truthfully, Braddah should be on the first or second team. Can a reciever be seriously considered for Heisman? 😉

  41. Ralph May 4, 2010 10:59 am

    Kazz UH has to win out in the WAC tournament to get a good seed and regional site. UH has a good RPI but the conference has a lower rating than other conferences. 64 teams in 16 regional sites, last years break down by conference: Big 10 6, Big 12 7, Pac 10 6, SEC 9, ACC 3 and Big East 3, 34 teams from the BCS. add conference champs, leaves a few spaces for BCS at large teams who ultimately play the top seeded teams in the first round. Win the WAC, UH has a chance in being a two seed in a regional, 16 regional sites and UH ranked between 20 and 25 should favor a second seed.

  42. al May 4, 2010 11:08 am


    okay, i’ll be the one to toot your horn. as a youth i remember how intimidating you were playing baseball in mililani. you were a really great baseball player back then, a man amongst boys, a feared hitter and a pitcher who wildly tossed those unhittable fastballs. did you miss playing baseball in high school?

  43. ai-eee-soos May 4, 2010 11:20 am

    Brashton: How tall are you. The Jets list you at 6’0″, but I thought

    that you were taller.

    Good luck to you, Brashton.

  44. Pomai May 4, 2010 11:30 am

    In doing some research into donations to UH, I noticed that the UH Foundation is quite top heavy.

  45. LizKauai (iPad) May 4, 2010 11:45 am

    Good show, ST and Leila!

  46. LizKauai (iPad) May 4, 2010 11:47 am

    Hi five to BleedGreen808 for keeping the questions coming at the end!

  47. LizKauai m/ May 4, 2010 11:54 am

    “University of Hawaii receiver Greg Salas was named to the 2010 preseason football All-American third team, it was announced today.”


  48. Kazz (blkberry_storm) May 4, 2010 11:57 am


    I see what you mean about landing in a good regional location but I just want to make sure you aren’t implying that should we run through the WAC tourney next weekend that we may host a regional.

    Coolen never wanted to submit a bid as he knows what we all know and the NCAA would NEVER give us that chance. But, what I wanna know is could a schook that never placed a bid still have the possibility of being awarded the opportunity to host?

    Most likely not right?

  49. Kazz (blkberry_storm) May 4, 2010 12:00 pm

    *school* NOT “schook” 😳

  50. A-House May 4, 2010 12:14 pm


    your #44 – show or name me a “non-profit” that is NOT “top heavy” when it comes to salary. WHY?

    National Red Cross director, I beleive, makes over $1 million per year. WHY? Current director is wife of a former big wig US Senator.

    that’s why I seldom donate to charitable organizations. Years ago, a magazine mentioned that a particular non-profit who rakes in millions of dollars each year, only 15% goes “over-seas” to assist children. 85% stays in the US to pay for salaries/administration costs.

    And, I will never donate to the Red Cross because of something I learned in 1956.

  51. Buffoman May 4, 2010 12:38 pm


    Top heavy is at times overstated in things such as foundations (sometimes that are not). If you look at total dollars raised over the years to support the mission of the institution, the salary paid to the folks securing those dollars may be justified. I have no detail on the matter and am just suggesting a deeper look. I also believe that smart donors will ask what percentage of the total is toward the program/capital/endowment and what goes into cost of administration. If it is indeed out of kilter, a smart donor would probably not support the institution.

    Jay Shidler, a very smart developer recently made a significant donation to the UH through the foundation and followed that with another sizable after gift.

    I am certain he did his due diligence and saw that his donation was going toward his intended purpose.

    But, as A-House pointed out, there are those charitable organizations who are “misaligned” and, as both of you correctly state, do not deserve to be supported.

  52. duffer (iPhone) May 4, 2010 1:17 pm

    Cassy is the leader by one with a 73. The kid shot 80. Baldwin & Punahou girls tied.

  53. Kazz May 4, 2010 1:18 pm

    What is up with the gravitational pull of the earth today???


  54. Kazz May 4, 2010 1:22 pm


    I believe it’s 3% of your donated money goes to the UH Foundation. I should have payed attention but it’s no big deal for me. My contributions aren’t like a million dollars to UH, but man that’s like 30K when you look at it. 😯

  55. papajoe2 May 4, 2010 1:33 pm

    eh boys and girls. no worry about donations. just buy huli huli chicken and Zippy’s chicken. you can eat the donations. lol.

  56. Idono May 4, 2010 1:40 pm


    Your writings is very informative & quite objective. Reading about the landscape of how the conferences are looking to realigning themselves and the affect it may have on Hawaii and the WAC, looks to be problematic. Hopefully the pieces will fall in a positive direction for Hawaii. Not to sure for the WAC due to the commissioner not being very pro-active.

    Meaning JD needs to really get it in gear to be pro-active on Hawaii’s part to seek membership in the PAC-10. Although according to the criteria stated by you it appears highly unlikely.

    Being television plays a big part for revenues to the school one suggestion I believe worh exploring is this. Hawaii being a tourist destination can help to get those TV stattions to tune in on the sports broadcast when Hawaii plays by offering free round trips to our state. Not only for the mainlanders but have it piped in to the Asian markets and have them be able to win too. Of course they need to be viewing and call into a toll free number when their names are announced. The tourism industry, private business, the state as well as UH can all help finance these free trips.

    When visiting teams come over treat them to a stay like they came over for a vacation. Have things for them to do besides just coming to play, providing the coaches don’t mind. Think that this will help the PAC-10 recruit more players from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean.

    Also each PAC-10 team can be marketed to the Asian market by having them identify with a college. Promote and create relationships between the school and different communities or why not even a country.

    Start thinking and start creating. Make it happen all those who have the influence and money to do so.

    Just a few ideas to get the status quo thinking. There is a lot that Hawaii can do to help the PAC-10 to be more competitive and create more revenues.

  57. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 1:42 pm

    Re-I would have the highest regards and respects to the Chancellor or Athletic Director if they vetoed Coach Mack’s decision in having Moniz back on the team if all the purported facts and rumors were indeed true.

    It would speak volumes of them and the school if they stepped in and did something.

    It would also preserve the sanctity of all the football players, past and present, that approach representing UH with honor.

    Not doing anything only adds to the crazy odyssey ride that Coach Mack is taking everyone on.

  58. infant May 4, 2010 2:04 pm

    This looks really cool.

  59. wafan May 4, 2010 2:08 pm


  60. Διογένης ὁ Σινωπεύς May 4, 2010 2:10 pm

    Re: Moniz and #57

    I don’t know what the facts are in his case.
    Rumors are not facts
    “purported facts” are not facts.

    I wouldn’t call for his head unless we know precisely what the facts were and only if the facts justify his removal.

    If it is strictly a private matter that affects only Moniz personally, it’s his prorogative to keep it quiet.

    My 2-cents

  61. wafan May 4, 2010 2:13 pm

    What seems to be the problem? The Moniz situation is private. It was handled by those who know and understand the problem and situation. They deemed it unnecessary for the rest of us to know the details.

  62. Kazz May 4, 2010 2:17 pm


    May 4th, 2010 at 1:33 pm
    eh boys and girls. no worry about donations. just buy huli huli chicken and Zippy’s chicken. you can eat the donations. lol.

    A valet once tried to sell me Zippy’s chili tickets as he took my keys. I bought one.

    What was I supposed to do? I needed a parking space and I wasn’t about to tick off the guy in charge of my car.

  63. Garret May 4, 2010 2:20 pm


    Any attempt for JD to contact the Pac-10 now would result in a simple “no” from the Pac-10. There is *nothing* that can be done before this summer when a lot of decisions may need to be made by the conferences.

    Even worse, UH contacting the Pac-10 now would be leaked to the public and be used as another example of why the WAC is a sinking conference (like BSU begging the MWC every year). That would significantly hurt the WAC and probably insure that BSU, Nevada, and Fresno State line up for the MWC.

    Travel expenses will *not* influence the TV networks at all. TV ratings are far, far more important and they never hesitated to cover an attractive game in Hawaii no matter what the travel costs were.

  64. Garret May 4, 2010 2:24 pm

    The *best* case scenario for UH is that the MWC loses a team or two due to other conferences and then they decide that they need to expand to 12 teams. That is UH’s best shot to be one of the teams invited…I’m assuming that BSU, Nevada, and Fresno State are ahead of UH in the pecking order, so the MWC needs to lose a few teams to need to invite UH.

    The worst case scenario is that UH would be left behind when (NOT IF) some teams leave the WAC. A WAC with Utah State, Idaho, La Tech, NMSU, and SJSU would *not* be attractive to any TV network and attendance would plummet. Long-term, the teams in that conference could end up out of D-IA.

  65. al May 4, 2010 2:24 pm

    on another note the tiser just posted this about kila kaaihue…

    good stuff.

  66. Garret May 4, 2010 2:33 pm

    I know that there are people who are hoping that the WAC could poach some MWC teams such as SDSU, UNLV, etc. I would love that because I can easily get to games at SDSU and UNLV. However, it simply isn’t realistic to think that the WAC could convince the MWC teams to switch. Here are some of the reasons:

    1. ESPN first went to the MWC to offer them a TV contract and then went to the WAC because the MWC got a *lot* more money from their own network+the other channel they are on. The MWC gets a lot more money now, and money is power right now in athletics. Plus, the TV contracts are about to be renegotiated and the MWC can easily take ESPN’s offer next time and the WAC will be left with basically nothing.

    2. BSU wants to go to the MWC regardless if they lose some teams because of reduced travel costs. Having their fans be able to drive to games instead of having a conference that goes all the way from Honolulu to Ruston is a big thing for them. If BSU goes the WAC loses its only nationally ranked team.

    3. Non-AQ conferences (like the WAC and MWC) make a significant portion of their money from men’s basketball…and the MWC gets a *lot* more basketball money than the WAC. Didn’t they have 3 ranked teams this season for basketball? They get more teams in the tournament and they win more games than the WAC…so the revenue difference between the conferences is significant.

    The teams leaving the MWC will be leaving all of that basketball money behind, and that money keep flowing for 6 years or so. That will give the MWC a lot of money to use to attract teams.

    4. The bottom of the MWC is better than the WAC and they have significantly increased their budgets. SJSU, NMSU, and others have to worry about losing their D-IA status…SDSU just increased their student fee so that they get $10 million per year from the students!

  67. al May 4, 2010 2:43 pm

    ever thought of merging the wac-mwc?

    that may be the route if the poaching of the wac and mwc leave the cupboards a bit bare on both sides.

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  69. Kazz May 4, 2010 2:55 pm

    It’s one thing if people truly believe that what Moniz allegedly did was wrong, based on their personal beliefs of what is “ethical” and “wrong”, and that he shouldn’t have the privilege to play college football.

    Its another thing if they’re using the guise of “ethics” against Coach Mack soley for their personal dislike of the coach.

  70. Garret May 4, 2010 2:59 pm


    The problem with merging the conferences is that you have to have a core number of teams that have been in the same conference or the conference will lose its NCAA basketball tournament automatic spot. For example, if you took 5 teams from each conference, that conference would NOT have a NCAA spot.

    That is why you end up having one conference pick off the best teams from another conference instead of having the conferences merge. Plus, some of the weaker football teams in the MWC have had decent men’s basketball teams recently. If the MWC doesn’t want to drop their bottom teams, there really is no chance to merge the two conferences like you’ve been mentioning for years.

  71. SteveM May 4, 2010 3:07 pm

    May 4th, 2010 at 2:43 pm
    ever thought of merging the wac-mwc?

    After the initial “huh?” reaction, I chuckled. This would take us full-circle, ironically. 🙂

  72. Garret May 4, 2010 3:28 pm

    The other problem of having some schools leave the WAC and some teams leave the MWC is that all of those schools would be leaving behind the millions earned from the NCAA tournament. Can any school afford that loss in this economy? The MWC has earned a LOT more NCAA money than the WAC, so those teams have less incentive to leave unless it is for the Pac-10 or Big 12.

  73. Ralph May 4, 2010 3:29 pm

    Ann Kang Volleyball Invitational (Iolani school) August 12-14. Los Alamitos with future Na Wahine Jane Croson; CIF champs Newport Harbor with Cinnamon Nary, setter, bloggers rate her on par with Moenoa, some hoping she comes to UH, she visited few weeks ago when her sibling played in the boys tournament; Mira Costa, normally a HS power in SoCal.

  74. Blue Powder May 4, 2010 3:29 pm

    Re: Moniz

    While the details of what Moniz allegedly did are a private matter, it does beg the question of how effective a leader he can now be. Prior to his absence he obviously had the respect of the team. While he still should have the physical talents and experience, you have to wonder if he can overcome this and gain the respect of his teammates. I really hope he is able to do so. When he stepped onto the scene last season, it was clear that he was a guy that a lot of people, including myself, wanted to see be successful.

  75. Garret May 4, 2010 3:31 pm

    The money earned from this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament will generate money for conferences for *6* years. Can schools afford to have a hole in their budge for 6 years?

  76. Ralph May 4, 2010 3:31 pm

    Kazz no hosting for UH, but i don’t want to see them in the regional with Washington or Arizona at their place. Last year Washington was sent to Massachusetts, what happened to keeping a team close to home to save on travel costs.

  77. Ralph May 4, 2010 3:32 pm


  78. Kazz (blkberry_storm) May 4, 2010 4:19 pm

    Blue Powder,

    That’s a legitimate point you bring up there.

  79. Bulla May 4, 2010 4:21 pm


    a valid point, but the bottom line is…..we have no say….it’s between the coaches, the team and Moniz…..

  80. Blue Powder May 4, 2010 4:49 pm

    Personally, I think I would have a hard time as a teammate of Moniz to follow him as a leader now. It remains to be seen how the boyz who put on the “green and white” (and black) and line up to block for him and practice with/against him will be able to deal with this. I applaud him for apologizing to the team because those are the guys he has ultimately let down. I know the guys on the team are like brothers to each other so it remains to be seen if the hurt he caused can be forgiven.

    My best to all of the football Warriors. 120 days ’til USC!

  81. wafan May 4, 2010 4:53 pm

    Moniz’s situation concerns him, the team and the coaches, as Bulla said. We will know only what they allow us to know. Beyond that all of the speculation, guesstimations, and just plain nosiness is nothing more than rumor.

    Rumors hurt the team.

    Difficult to justify being, simultaneously, a true Warrior fan and a rumor monger.

  82. wafan May 4, 2010 4:54 pm

    Brothers and family forgive.

  83. wafan May 4, 2010 4:55 pm

    Good program on NOVA about the 30th anniversary of Mt. St. Helens.


  84. Blue Powder May 4, 2010 5:05 pm


    There is nothing wrong with me being concerned about the team. You might think its rumor mongering but I’m not spreading any rumors, just hoping the team will be all good. I’m a true Warrior fan just like anyone else here and only hope for the best for the team. Nothing difficult to justify about that.

  85. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 5:11 pm

    # 81 wafan:
    May 4th, 2010 at 4:53 pm

    Moniz’s situation concerns him, the team and the coaches, as Bulla said. We will know only what they allow us to know. Beyond that all of the speculation, guesstimations, and just plain nosiness is nothing more than rumor.

    Rumors hurt the team.

    Difficult to justify being, simultaneously, a true Warrior fan and a rumor monger.

    Read #57 again.

    Who has the authority to sort out the rumors? Oh… the Chancellor and AD. That’s what I wrote about. Is it incumbent on them to do so? Yes it is. Better they look into these rumors than a corporate sponsor? No?

  86. Kazz May 4, 2010 5:27 pm

    NOVA is still around and Big League Chew isn’t? 😯

  87. Kazz May 4, 2010 5:30 pm

    If any teammate starts acting up (i.e. olinemen not blocking well on purpose) then THAT is not an appropriate response and deserves NO justification.

  88. al May 4, 2010 5:32 pm

    due to privacy issues only one person can come out publicly and say what happened, what will be done to prevent future occurences, did he or didn’t he make right with the person(s) offended, etc., did the team in general accept the apology?

    stuff like that.

    for all’s sake i hope all of the questions were satisfied.

  89. al May 4, 2010 5:35 pm

    as far as basketball, football, and automatic bids the solution is quite simple. the wac, the mwc, etc, et al can resolve all these issues by collectively improving their programs to a level that they cannot be ignored by the bcs and powers to be.

    will they or can they afford to spend that kind of money is up to them and how they can bring in new corporate money?

    not an easy task but worth an attempt…

  90. BleedGreen808 May 4, 2010 5:41 pm


    How do you like the iPad? Is it worth the money?

  91. al May 4, 2010 5:44 pm

    just thinking…

    why no one has gone after this one time warrior prospect who signed with boise state and was granted his release.

  92. d1島 May 4, 2010 5:51 pm

    If you so niele, go ask yourself.

    Why subject any other parties, if any, to public scrutiny/embarassment/ridicule just to satisfy your NTK?

  93. Don Weir May 4, 2010 6:24 pm

    Pomai and A-House
    The UH Foundation currently has a legislative cap on the amount that it may ‘bank’ at $3.5m per year. Administrative fees are charged to all deposits (one time only) at 3.5%.
    This amount covers salaries and operations. Currently, the UHF performs the services of HR, Fiscal operations, and IT for booster clubs including UHAA, AKA and Na Koa.
    In the last major gift campaign the Foundation raised over $325m. This amount was/is used to cover scholarships, student programs, and community programs and information may be found at (
    What does this 3.5% provide for a booster group??
    As an example, as Executive Director of Na Koa I was a Foundation employee and was supplied with the typical IP phone, fiber optic Internet connectivity, and computer. UHF supplied the personnel with the expertise to update the website and our fiscal operations, so for the first time Na Koa could accept credit card payments both on-line and via hard copy. The database was placed into a format that was searchable and parallel to both UHAD and UHF databases and for the first time in 28 years the data was backed up. The Foundation database was available so Na Koa could request an alumni e-mail event infomration blast for the Seattle, Las Vegas, and San Jose games.
    To be honest and up front, I migrated to another job opportunity and still work for the Foundation and still work behind the scenes with the Warrior Football efforts. I don’t believe that most of the Foundation employees are in it for the salary because ‘it ain’t what it is made out to be’.
    I thought I would give you my perspective on what the Foundation offers to the University and to fans and supporters vis a vis memberships in booster groups.

  94. idono May 4, 2010 6:42 pm


    Based on your information, the best thing UH and Donavan can do is wait and hope the cards fall a certain way that will give Hawaii a chance to be part of the MWC. If not Hawaii will end up out of Div-1a.

    Sad to think this is a probability.

    As I mentioned I believe UH needs to be pro-active and sell itself on how they could be an asset to the PAC-10. Just my take.

    Thanks for the info Garret.

  95. A-House May 4, 2010 6:43 pm


    your # 91 – ?, why did he seek a release? is he actively seeking to sign with another school? does he prefer to play in the State of Washington?

    at 7′ 1″ and 215 #s – he needs a lot of work in the weight room!

    i still hoping for Andre to transfer to UH from Nebraska.

    cattle call – may not be able to attend – business matter.

  96. BG May 4, 2010 6:47 pm

    Many thanks Don!!!

  97. A-House May 4, 2010 6:53 pm

    Don Wier:

    Appreciate your explanation at # 93 – while the UH Foundation may not be like other charitable orgainzations with HIGH payroll for top execs, I still hold my opinion with most of the other charitable organizations.

    Yearly, the local paper(s) print salaries for local orgainzations and it blows my mind when certain heads make in the mid to high 6-figures or more!! WHY??

    Is it like the Wall Street justification that they need to pay high compensation to keep the best! Ha! It’s the best that had a major influence in the economic recession we are now faced with. How to protect your “own kind”; like doctors, lawyers, and Indian Chiefs.

  98. 702WarriorFan May 4, 2010 6:58 pm


    Here’s a link which should be of interest to you and Pomai.
    Hopefully will also help others with similar concerns too.
    Normally check solicitations received via USPO etc.

  99. whitey May 4, 2010 7:03 pm

    Col A House, WI equals Wisconsin, WA equals Washington.

  100. 702WarriorFan May 4, 2010 7:06 pm

    Hi whitey,
    How you been?
    Talked to LV this morning.

  101. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 7:10 pm

    # 92 d1島:
    May 4th, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    If you so niele, go ask yourself.

    Why subject any other parties, if any, to public scrutiny/embarassment/ridicule just to satisfy your NTK?

    Whom are you addressing? Me? Good.

    It’s not a matter of being niele.

    It all boils down to Coach Mack having no scruples. My take on this is that it should have been examined more by the higher ups.

    But most die hard UH fans, like d1 and others (and maybe even the higher ups), would trade proper scruples for wins. Right? Me? I never will.

    Isn’t it blasphemous for the school to promote honor, morality and integrity in the student code yet the star quarterback breaches this code and is welcomed back after sitting out three weeks? Three weeks? Meanwhile a basketball player who had real personal problems, misses a Samoan class, was indefinitely suspended.

    Moniz “personal problem” as we’re seeing amounts to a euphemism.

    I could go on further about the coaches scruples. The lies to recruits (like Stewert). The lies to walk ons that he publically said that were going to get scholarships. The lie about saying how if a coaching position opens up how it would go to a former player. How he anointed Ron, saying as long as he’s at Hawaii Ron will always be his OC, then to break this promise. How he reneged on Funaki about how he said the player was going to be a big part of the offense, only to see that Funaki wasn’t even given a chance. And how he conducted himself at the WAC media day.

    For all I care shelter Moniz. But stop sheltering the coach and his improper scruples. You don’t need to be that hard up for wins. Most coaches can do it the proper way.

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    As an aside, we had lunch at Ted’s. Had to wait a little while for the food, but well worth the wait. The pies and cakes were delicious.

  103. whitey May 4, 2010 7:26 pm

    702, all is well. will be in lv with a small group this month and if get time, will call you and rasu for lunch.

  104. whitey May 4, 2010 7:27 pm

    duff, how the maui keeds doing????

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  106. curveball May 4, 2010 7:30 pm

    For me life is simple…do what is right

  107. whitey May 4, 2010 7:35 pm

    bluefin, the loss of stewart was not coach mc’s problem, it was UH admission office who still to this day, will not try to remedy their admission problems. As for Coach Lee, it comes with the territory. As for Funaki, it was a disappointment, but he understood what his role would be and did a good job. If Coach Mc is a problem, why are all these kids who left HI for “greener pastures” want to return to UH??? And most have to foot their own bill for a year where if they had gone to UH from the beginning, they would probably be on a scholie.

  108. whitey May 4, 2010 7:47 pm

    what I feel bad about is the 30+ kids who will be temporarily cut from the program after they put in a lot of effort for spring training. It is part of any major football program, but it is always sad when you have to tell a player that he is being cut. My best to them and hope that some of them are invited back.

  109. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 7:50 pm


    I think some return given that they have no other choice.(homesickness, hard time making the transition, family). For all we know for them returning to Manoa is their only refuge. If Hilo was in the WAC I would bet a lot more kids would go there than being a part of Coach Mack’s crazy odyssey ride he’s taking everyone on. I would even bet the Lees would escape, and go to Hilo, too.

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  111. Garret May 4, 2010 8:06 pm


    If the conference decisions are made in about 2 months, I don’t see what UH can do to be pro-active to sell themselves to the Pac-10. The BCS evaluation period is 2008-2011, and UH’s computer rankings over the past 2 years in football weren’t good. UH’s basketball record over the past 2 years wasn’t good. Claiming the Japan market has no credibility when Pac-10 schools *already* have research links to Japanese Universities and are far better known in Japan than UH.

    The Pac-10 is expanding for their TV network. TV networks pay based on number of subscribers and the ratings that teams bring. We cannot increase Hawaii’s population or change the on-field results that have already occurred over the past 2 years. We cannot change the fact that travel to Hawaii for nonrevenue sports would be a BIG financial and time burden on Pac-10 teams.

    If there is nothing that can get UH to be the Pac-10’s choice over Colorado and Utah or others in the next 2 months, then panicking and making the WAC look bad would put UH in a worse position. Hopefully UH is networking with the other WAC schools that could be targets to get some agreement that they will work together…though I get the impression (because of the actions they are openly doing) that BSU already has one foot out the door and isn’t worried about UH.

  112. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 8:07 pm

    If I didn’t know any better, I would swear that a poster here is using any reason they can find to grind an axe with Coach Mack.

    As far as the Moniz situation, I agree witht the others who say its between Moniz and his team mates, and if they are okay with it, then we should be.

    “To err is human, to forgive is divine.”

  113. Garret May 4, 2010 8:09 pm

    Some schools really are generating a crazy amount of revenue. Texas has their stadium on campus and they kept expanding it, bringing in huge amounts of money with luxury boxes and upgraded seating. In addition to the high ticket prices, people are required to donate large sums of money if they want good seats.

    Despite the recession, the Texas athletic department is profiting better than ever. Bloomberg News reported that Texas is up 32 percent to $138.5 million in revenue in the last two years.

    Some big schools, however, did have drops in operating revenue between 2007 and 2009. Florida was down 11 percent to $96.8 million; Arizona State is down 5 percent to $51.9 million; and Washington is down 9 percent to $54 million.

    Everything stems from winning championships. No matter how much the Texas athletic department charges on seats people will be at the games. Regular student seats for football games run from $65-$95. Club seats start at a minimum of $2,000, plus the cost of the ticket. Chairback seats are priced at a minimum of $750, plus the ticket. Suites range from $62,000-$75,000 plus tickets and catering.

  114. Garret May 4, 2010 8:10 pm

    A lot of schools are losing HUGE amounts of money, even those in BCS AQ conferences.

    A separate survey done by Bloomberg News in November showed that 45 of the largest U.S. college athletic programs lost a combined $209 million in their investment portfolios between June 2007 and June 2009. The University of North Carolina experienced the biggest loss at $52 million, dropping the value of its endowment fund to $148 million, according to the school.

  115. al May 4, 2010 8:14 pm

    charlie’s wife must surely be understanding. having the mvb banquet on mother’s day huh?

  116. al May 4, 2010 8:22 pm

    ahouse…the big boy wanted his release after the hc was let go. apparently after speaking with the new guy he took a hike. ???
    my guess is if he doesn’t latch on with a decent program he will go to prep school.

  117. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 8:38 pm

    #112 Da Punchbowl Kid:
    May 4th, 2010 at 8:07 pm

    If I didn’t know any better, I would swear that a poster here is using any reason they can find to grind an axe with Coach Mack.

    You’re talking about me, right? Good.

    If it warrants it, what’s wrong with that? Read again. My take on this is that the higher ups should give this issue regarding Moniz some examination.

    Is that bad?

    In retrospect the higher ups should at the very least recommend that Moniz’s scholarship be pulled. Life lessons have to be learned here. The image of the coach and the program have to be saved.

    In the past when the coach has done good he’s gotten my praise, so to say I have an axe to grind wouldn’t be fair. Would it?

  118. d1島 May 4, 2010 8:40 pm

    702WN / whitey,

    Talked to Rasu today, too.
    Going be there next week.

    Any ideas where we can have a Cattle Call on Wednesday?

  119. Bulla May 4, 2010 8:46 pm

    one snap and clear….the sun will rise, the sun will set……this too shall pass.

    GO WARRIORS 🙂 🙂 🙂

  120. TheObserver May 4, 2010 8:46 pm

    I TOTALLY agree with bluefin tuna its all about the wins I don’t care what the coaches say Bryant Moniz will be the starter for the US game which means the depth chart for the quarterbacks from spring practice is bogus. The coach is under the gun this year because of the last two years of disappointing seasons. How was the firing of Mel de laura handled and the Lee brothers are being slowly being pushed out also but one of the people that really got burned was Inoke Funaki last year where was the Noke offense that was being talked about all last summer the poor guy was barely on the field except for pat attempts.

  121. jm2375 May 4, 2010 8:53 pm

    Let’s see if I can raises Kazz’s blood pressure a few hundred points.

    ST has indicated that he’s not going to Las Cruces to cover the softball tournament.

    C’mon guys, it’s a UH sports! Be the local paper you’re supposed to be and cover the local teams!

  122. jm2375 May 4, 2010 9:06 pm

    😳 sorry for the typos. This is what happens when I get a little riled up…

  123. Ralph May 4, 2010 9:13 pm

    JMxxx it could be HAM transition team decision, run the paper in transition and keep expenses down to a minimum.

  124. haka May 4, 2010 9:17 pm

    Rumor has it that a certain tuna is cold blooded, has “improper scruples”, is transfixed on “odessey rides”, sees “euphemisms”, is “blasphemous”, is a “rumor monger”, is “just plain nosiness” and doesn’t approve of Coach Mack.

    We need to set the record straight.

    Any ichthyologist knows that a tuna is warm blooded.

  125. jm2375 May 4, 2010 9:20 pm

    Ralph – but they still need to keep the readership interested.

  126. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 9:42 pm

    May 4th, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    Rumor has it that a certain tuna is cold blooded, has “improper scruples”, is transfixed on “odessey rides”, sees “euphemisms”, is “blasphemous”, is a “rumor monger”, is “just plain nosiness” and doesn’t approve of Coach Mack.

    We need to set the record straight.

    Any ichthyologist knows that a tuna is warm blooded

    What else?

    Any more darts that you going to throw at me?

    Have I acted with malice to any other poster within the last three months?

    But you know what, have your fun. I like to see your kind being happy.

  127. haka May 4, 2010 9:44 pm


    Only joke! 🙂
    Sorry, I have no scruples.
    You have your opinion.
    It’s all good!

    How do you know that none of the “higher ups” investigated or were briefed on this situation?

    Why would the Lee’s stay if they were unhappy with their treatment?

    Why would Inoke welcome the chance to be a G.A. and join the odessey if he felt he was given the shaft?

    Don’t they have any scruples?

    I mean, take all that BS for a job?

    Just wondering…

    Do fish actually sleep?

    I do.

    To All A Good Night!

  128. Ralph May 4, 2010 9:44 pm

    JMxxx #125 reason they lost money with the SB, neva keep the readership interested

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  130. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 9:46 pm


    btw if i had to take a intuitive guess i’d say you’re probably DPK’s brother, which would only make sense.

  131. whitey May 4, 2010 9:50 pm

    d1, not going be there till later, cause first going visit your stomping grounds in Portland.

  132. d1島 May 4, 2010 9:53 pm


    Eh, I going start thinking you following me….I going to the PNW this week! 😆

  133. d1島 May 4, 2010 9:54 pm

    …anyway, still open to suggestions for a place to have a CC up there.

    Hopefully any other Tsaikos in L.V. will be available, too!

  134. haka May 4, 2010 10:00 pm

    i apologize for the failed attempt at humor. i was only making light of the blog banter. i respect your opinion. i do….but, any truth to the rumor that i am dpk’s brother is profoundly untrue….truth is…he’s my grandfather.


  135. whitey May 4, 2010 10:04 pm

    al, there is something not right about this ex boise bb recruit. he comes from a state which is surrounded by lots of bb powerhouses and with his height, he should have tremendous interest, but something or things is lacking. Speed, footwork, shooting, etc. Watching the NCAA tourney, speed and quickness is more important than height, but if you have height, speed, and quickness, now you have a potential recruit for UH.

  136. whitey May 4, 2010 10:08 pm

    d1, maybe, maybe. forgot to tell you, but Alaska Air was running a $159 each way special from Kahului to Portland which will commence sometime after September. I going be following your vapor trails.

  137. whitey May 4, 2010 10:09 pm

    d1, will email you rasu’s no, so give him a call.

  138. d1島 May 4, 2010 10:11 pm


    I heard that AlaskaAir is taking over the route that Delta is dropping. Used to be NWA’s route before the merger. Hope Alaska keep the same schedule and service.

  139. whitey May 4, 2010 10:23 pm

    d1, get plenty new routes and airlines going start service out of Kahului, that hard to keep up. if i not mistaken, Continental going start up service here soon. now if Southwest finds a partner to fly to Hawaii, all hell going break loose.

  140. whitey May 4, 2010 10:25 pm

    going to do some research, then hit the “hay”. Nite Tsaikos.

  141. Da Punchbowl Kid May 4, 2010 10:38 pm

    And what a fine grandson you turned out to be! I’m so proud of you. 😆

    As you are saying to others, you need to read my whole post, and not take things out of context. Read the next two things I write in that post.

    FYI- I have never met haka and have no idea who he is. We have been reading each other’s posts here for a long time, though. And since you seemed to have missed it, he does have a great sense of humor. 😉

  142. Momona May 4, 2010 10:39 pm

    Ralph/jmXXXX – from a business standpoint, why would you spend the money. $800 for airfare, $100 per night for hotel for 4 nights, $40 per day per diem totals $1,360. You can have a writer expand the story here using wire service info for nothing. And the fact is people will still be interested in it because its covered.

    IMHO, ST needs to lay low as he is auditioning for a permanent position with the new company. Standing out is not a good thing right now.

  143. Ralph May 4, 2010 10:51 pm

    momona I hope you’re right about the wire service covering the WAC softball tournament because I have had problems getting the live stats to some of the away games. Hopefully, the WAC will set up live stats for all the sb games.

  144. bluefintuna May 4, 2010 10:51 pm


    It’s good to be at harmony with one another.

    You feel better. I feel better.

    This is really good.

    I’m sure you make your grandfather very proud.

    I’ll be the first to admit that I’m an anomaly, here, compared to anyone else

    especially in how I wield a wild pen but I think of myself as not being a bad


    Good people with good intentions I welcome in disagreeing with me. It

    makes for interesting debate, which I love to do. I think of you, now, as a

    good person so please say what’s on your mind, too.

    Our little misunderstanding … It’s like two

    neighboring dogs barking at each other, showing their teeth, yet when

    they come up close to each, sniff each other, they become friends. So

    reminiscent of life, no?

  145. Ralph May 4, 2010 10:52 pm

    hey, i thought if one stood out in a positive, productive manner, he or she improves his or her stock or worthiness. Out of sight, out of mind, no!

  146. BleedGreen808 May 4, 2010 11:05 pm


    Kudos to you for sticking to your guns. You managed to post and answer your critics with professionalism without using profanities. For that, you have earned my respect. My human nature tells me to be niele. However, privacy is privacy.

    My only question is, does Mr. Moniz mean what he said to the team? Only time will answer that question. Words are words, but action speaks louder than words.

  147. patele2004 May 4, 2010 11:24 pm

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  148. Paka May 5, 2010 4:19 am

    Wow! Lots of things happened in Hawaii since I last read the blog. I heard about the QB situation there and all I’ll say is that it’s ugly. The Conference shake-ups is pretty crazy. But from what I saw from some emails that I was privi to, we(SMU) may benefit from it by going to the Big XII. That would be crazy. The WAC-MWC alliance has some problems in that the founding schools left the WAC because, among other things, the travel costs of having to play Hawaii every year. That would be a shame as BYU-Hawaii has always been a great rivalry for us.

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