Colton Goeas to transfer to UH

Colton Goeas — a Saint Louis School graduate and son of former NFL player Leo Goeas — is transferring from Kansas to UH.

Goeas, who is 6 feet 2 and 240 pounds, was the backup to inside linebacker Ben Heeney, the past season. Goeas redshirted in 2013.

Goeas will redshirt in 2015 as a condition of transferring. After that, he will have two years to play two UH seasons.

There is a possibility Goeas could be as a running back, in the style of UH graduate Joey Iosefa. As a sophomore at Lewis-Palmer High, Goeas rushed for 1,477 yards and 20 touchdowns. He was named to Colorado’s 4-A all-state first team. He then moved to Honolulu, where he started at linebacker for Saint Louis.

Leo Goeas, a former UH lineman, played eight NFL seasons.


  1. kapakahi January 25, 2015 9:59 am

    Better late…..than never……for UH to get Goeas……

    But don’t recall him ever playing RB for Crusaders……just LB…..and DE……

  2. BigWave96744 January 25, 2015 10:00 am

    Awesome to have Colton back home

  3. kapakahi January 25, 2015 10:03 am

    Just recall that he played mostly DL…..both DT and DE…..his senior season for Crusaders.

  4. BigWave96744 January 25, 2015 10:03 am

    I posted this back on 10/4/14
    “Now that Charlie Weis is gone, I wonder if Colton comes home to play for the home team and DC Clune and LB Coach Gouveia?
    He redshirted last year and this year has yet to have any playing time.”

  5. tom January 25, 2015 10:10 am


    Welcome home Colton!

  6. Stephen Tsai January 25, 2015 10:14 am

    By the way, Daniel Masifilo’s mom e-mailed me, and she was quite annoyed by one poster’s negative comments about her son.

  7. Da Punchbowl Kid January 25, 2015 10:19 am

    Good Morning Gangeez! 🙂

    That is awesome news about Kolten! Quality kid, great player and a tremendous family legacy with UH! Nice to see the Goeas name will be carried on at UH.

  8. Z January 25, 2015 10:22 am

    Alright Colton. Your daddy was one of my favorite players.

    Is UH still going after DT David?

  9. Da Punchbowl Kid January 25, 2015 10:25 am

    #6 – She wasn’t alone. I hope she knows that the rest of us can see what a truly fine son she has in Daniel.

    I look at his story, and see what he’s done for the school as a Warrior and a student, and I see the model of success for our program. And to have a the heart to seek adventure and expand his boundaries as a person is indicative a guy with great potential in life.

    Thank you Mrs. Masifilo – you make nice babies and we are blessed to have him as one of our own!

  10. A-House January 25, 2015 10:26 am

    maybe Colton will make the travel roster in 2016 when UH plays at Kansas – visit some old team mates!

    does he count for 2015 or 2016 recruiting class?

  11. Da Punchbowl Kid January 25, 2015 10:27 am

    Colton, not Kolten… sorry!

  12. Da Punchbowl Kid January 25, 2015 10:29 am

    Is Salanoa – Wily firm or soft at this point? I saw him as helping on D – Line and as a big back.

  13. A-House January 25, 2015 10:34 am

    on the plane coming home this guy sat next to me and he looked so familiar – just could not place a name with the face

    he is retired AF person and was on Hawaii Stars 5 times during his stay at Hickam AF Base – said he made the semi-finals 3 times and loved to talk with Keemo Kahoano

    then. like a bolt of lightning – he looked just like Rich 2167

    hello Rich – you still out there “lurking” like Brew and others? we stayed at The Orleans this past week and it brought back memories of attending the WAC VB tournament which UH lost to Utah State – walking out, we saw Brew and met his parents

  14. hitman January 25, 2015 11:01 am

    morning all enjoying the rain on the big island!! nice get to bad got wait a year to get out there and play!!
    ST and good news on the that came to check out UH this weekend?

  15. kapakahi January 25, 2015 11:02 am

    Looking back to the local HS Class of 2013……Colton was ranked as the #5 prospect out of the Top 15 for Hawaii’s HS Class of 2013 prospects……

    1. LB Isaac Savaiinaea, Punahou, UCLA (special teams, 2nd team back-up)
    2. DT Kennedy Tulimaseali’i, Waianae, UH (part-time starter)
    3. DT Scott Pagano, Moanalua, Clemson (3rd team back-up)
    4. OL Reeve Koehler, Saint Louis, Arkansas (3rd team back-up)
    5. LB Colton Goeas, Saint Louis, Kansas (transferring to UH)
    6. DL Titus Failauga, Pac-Five, Oregon State (3rd team back-up)
    7. RB Aofaga Wily, Kahuku, UH (medically retired)
    8. WR Jeremy Tabuyo, Saint Louis, Texas A&M (3rd team back-up)
    9. DE/LB Kamalei Correa, Saint Louis, Boise State (starter; 1st team All-MWC Defense)
    10. OL John Wa’a, Kahuku, UH (2nd team back-up)
    11. DE Ualesi Sale, Aiea, UH (never enrolled)
    12. DT Jeremiah Taleni, Kailua, Pittsburgh (part-time starter)
    13. DE Dakota Turner, Mililani, San Diego State (2nd team back-up)
    14. LB Manase Hungalu, Kealakehe, Oregon State (3rd team back-up)
    15. Ath Keelan Ewaliko, Baldwin, UH (special teams, 2nd team back-up)

    Given some of the recent coaching staff changes (at Pittsburgh and Oregon State – just like Kansas) and others their lack of quality playing time, I can’t help but wonder if some others (from Hawaii’s local HS Class of 2013) may be contemplating the idea of transferring back to UH… play 2 for 2 (after redshirting in 2015)……for the Home Team……


  16. hatakeman January 25, 2015 11:05 am

    Why worry about one poster’s comment? Just ignore and it will go away.

  17. hitman January 25, 2015 11:24 am

    16 he was feed off everyone that said anything and he seems not to like ST or UH

  18. Shoko January 25, 2015 11:32 am

    Not sure if this was mentioned earlier but came across this on another board. Interesting former SC WR/CB that may be looking for some playing time.

  19. Shoko January 25, 2015 11:34 am

    Oops, disregard. Apparently he’s looking to attend a junior college rumored to be Santa Monica College.

  20. turfwar January 25, 2015 11:52 am

    Thanks for the list Kapakahi. The problem for many local high school football players is that many are over recruited. And it’s something that was noted by mainland and UH coaches in the past. Even Chow has recently said in a radio show that the top 3-4 guys can compete at a big school but the key is finding a program that suits their talent level and gifts. I would guess 100% of all the top guys coming out of high school every year have visions of playing in the NFL. Well they will simply not get there by sitting on the bench even if it’s at a big time school. Kamalei made a great choice and he will most certainly be given a look. The rest will struggle to be given an honest look. I’m not saying the rest should be at UIH but choose a program that matches their talent level. And many times it’s family members with dreams that their sons will be the next Manti or Marcus that push a given program when the fact is that those stories have to have all the elements align perfectly for that to happen.

  21. hatakeman January 25, 2015 12:09 pm

    Why covert Colton Goes to RB? He has trained and played as an inside linebacker and was in line to compete as the starter at Kansas. I notice the UH coaching staff moving D players to offense over the past three seasons with marginal success. Thus, I would like to see Colton remain a linebacker, especially since he will have only two to play two. It’s not like he’s an incoming freshman where burning a year for an experiment might be worth the look.

  22. hatakeman January 25, 2015 12:11 pm

    Sorry misspelled… “Goeas”

  23. st. anthony trojan January 25, 2015 12:18 pm

    Mr. Kapakahi… thanks 4 ur # 15 post… should open the eyes of some of our young men… moving on to the ‘big island’ for their college experience there…

    Nice to see the Goes name again grace the roster here at UH.

    Ms. Masifilo….please try to forgive him…for ‘he knows not what he speaks’…and at the same time try to understand that this forum is for on to ‘vent’ …even for the sumtimes vicious n pernicious ramblings of a ‘podogee’ (that seems to upset him) …n coming from one himself…hope the other ‘podogees’ not get to upset…
    I understand…..or should try to understand how a mother must feel…after 20 sum years caring n loving a son…must be at the very least… as a mother… see criticism of ones family in print…especially for a mom who carried him for 9 months….

    THANKS ST… for posting that… while me has been very critical of many on here…i almost always try to keep it ‘for business decisions’ only…for coach n admin type there at UH…most of us have a children n grand kids etc…so personal stuff is hard for them to swallow…

    Mr. Yobo… GO BACK N READ WHAT I… wrote…the first sentence especially…don’t get to upset…N WATCH UR BLOOD PRESSURE…
    HE HE HE…

    Like to apologize…yes it is politically incorrect to use ‘dyke’ instead of dike…had a memory lapse… meant no disrespect…thanks….

    ST….are they bringing ne coaches for a visit to check our facilities here before they sign …??? seems we are lacking even the basic essentials….he he he

  24. Hank January 25, 2015 12:20 pm

    Aloha Colton…and yes, please don’t let them move you to RB.

    You are a Linebacker.

  25. graham January 25, 2015 12:51 pm

    #15- Great post- That really is interesting and maybe some local prospects should look at that. Maybe I am bitter but I am not very interested in players who turned down UH in highschool for a big time school then when they dont get playing time they want to transfer back. I would allow them to come back as walk-ons.

  26. 3-Prong January 25, 2015 12:57 pm

    There is a lot to say for staying home to play Mid Major ball in front of family and friends versus sitting as a 3rd string backup for a big school. Big fish in a small pond vs small fish in a big pond. Thanks Kapakahi for the post.

  27. graham January 25, 2015 1:09 pm

    You would think that one of the Fehoko boys would have stayed home.

  28. Stephen Tsai January 25, 2015 1:30 pm

    A coach from a mainland school told me one of the pitches to a local guy is: “Sign with us, and if you don’t like it, you can always go to UH later.”
    UH is making it tougher to transfer back.
    Maybe UH’s pitch should be: “Come here and if you don’t like it, you can always transfer to a mainland school.”

  29. ai-eee-soos January 25, 2015 1:31 pm

    … ahh … no need.

    if they no like, no need.

  30. nutmegger January 25, 2015 1:36 pm

    Seems better that the kids go away to a big name school first. Gives them a chance to put on some weight and muscle, get some top level coaching, then return to UH to play.

  31. d1shima January 25, 2015 1:54 pm

    Great Afternoon All!

    Welcome home, Mr. Goeas!


    Ya got a point. Plus, in many cases, the weight room going be better equipped!

  32. kapakahi January 25, 2015 1:55 pm


    While Hawaii’s HS Class of 2013 prospects were being touted very highly back then……Hawaii’s current HS Class of 2015 prospects are being touted even higher…..

    While the Star-Advertiser hasn’t come out yet with their Top 15 local HS prospects, here’s a Top 20 list from to look at…..

    1. DL Canton Kaumatule, Punahou, Oregon (already enrolled)
    2. DT Breiden Fehoko, Farrington, Texas Tech (already enrolled)
    3. OL Fred Ulu-Perry, Saint Louis, UCLA verbal commit
    4. OL Semisi Uluave, Punahou, uncommitted
    5. S Dylan Kane, Kamehameha, Oregon verbal commit
    6. DL Rex Manu, Mililani, Oregon verbal commit
    7. DE/OLB Mika Tafua, BYU verbal commit
    8. TE/DE Tuli Wily-Matagi, Kahuku, Oregon State verbal commit
    9. DL Salanoa Alo-Wily, Kahuku, UH verbal commit
    10. LB Ronley Lakalaka, Punahou, San Diego State verbal commit
    11. WR Kanawai Noa, Punahou, Cal verbal commit
    12. OL Jordan Agasiva, Mililani, UH verbal commit
    13. OT Viliamu Auwae, Kapolei, uncommitted
    14. LB/S Solomon Matautia, Campbell, UH verbal commit
    15. OT Pesi Savea, Kapolei, uncommitted
    16. DT Lyle Tuiloma, Nanakuli, Colorado verbal commit
    17. LB/S Soli Afalava, Kahuku, UH verbal commit
    18. S Abiel Taito, Campbell, Nevada verbal commit
    19. DE Kamuela Borden, Iolani, UH verbal commit (will be going on LDS mission)
    20. WR/DB Alohi Gillman, Kahuku, uncommitted

    UH still trying its best to lure at least a couple of the big fish (in the Top 10) to trip to UH next weekend and flip their current verbal commitments (already given to play in the bigger ponds).

    Will be interesting to see who goes where come NLI Day in 2 weeks……as well as to look back at this list in 2 years…..

  33. al January 25, 2015 1:58 pm

    27…not surprised at all.
    “Visions of grandeur dancing in their head”
    How many of them have made it?

  34. PONO January 25, 2015 2:13 pm

    Great pickup. Better late than never. It’s always good to come home.

  35. letsgowarriors January 25, 2015 2:15 pm

    I hope goeas is a walk on

  36. warriorsanddolphins January 25, 2015 2:32 pm

    How is it that a Ranan Mamiya not recruited or in the Hawaii top 20. He is 6ft, runs a 4.4 forty and a 37 inch vertical as well as being a highly productive running back and return man for Farrington this year.

  37. al January 25, 2015 2:39 pm

    36…ditto Alohi gilman.

  38. kapakahi January 25, 2015 2:47 pm


    Probably belongs somewhere between #15 and #20.

  39. jeezy33 January 25, 2015 3:05 pm

    I don’t care what any ranks say, Fred Ulu Perry is the #1 player in Hawaii. HE will be playing on Sundays at some point.

  40. jeezy33 January 25, 2015 3:13 pm

    I hope we don’t offer any grey shirt scholarships this year. It cuts in to next year recruiting which hurts every year.

  41. kapakahi January 25, 2015 4:03 pm

    Probably the case……since other recent transfers (Wittek, Rasmussen) were walk-ons too……at least for their redshirt season.

  42. kapakahi January 25, 2015 4:04 pm


    That’s what I see too.

  43. graham January 25, 2015 4:33 pm

    Is Semisi Uluave going to Oregon? Did he ever consider Hawaii? And is Perry still taking a visit to UH?
    I cannot understand why playing as a true Freshman does not interest some of these local boys.

  44. BigFan January 25, 2015 4:34 pm

    I wonder how come Hawaii is the only one to offer JR Hensley? He is a 3 star prospect with great measurables and an all stater from Oklahoma. I would think he would have a few. He recently texted that Hawaii is a special place.

  45. Buffoman January 25, 2015 5:07 pm

    What happened to the Brostek fellow who also decided to go to the continent to play? Wasn’t it UW?

  46. Stephen Tsai January 25, 2015 5:30 pm

    Ulu-Perry visits UH next week.

  47. Stephen Tsai January 25, 2015 5:31 pm

    UH did not offer Hensley.

  48. 808WarriorFan January 25, 2015 5:42 pm

    Another one comes to his senses and returns home…yes the Goeas name continues @ UH…Welcome Back !!!!!

  49. 4-Prong January 25, 2015 6:15 pm

    turfwar: don’t see your point. 90 something percent of college football players don’t make it to the nfl regardless if they’re playing for alabama or if they’re playing for UH (and in this current era, ESPECIALLY if they’re playing for UH). so if anything, the kids should go to a school that would give them a good experience, good education (assuming they go to class), and to see and experience something new to grow as people and as players.

    In that respect, UH may or may not be the right fit for them.

  50. BigFan January 25, 2015 6:16 pm

    Thanks ST. I guess all the Oklahoma websites were being premature but still a mystery why he hasn’t gotten one offer.

  51. BigWave96744 January 25, 2015 6:33 pm

    Wow, sad day when 3 recruits (Jay’onn Myles, Salanoa-Alo Wily and Nela Otukolu) choses UNLV over Hawaii and 2 recruits (Christian Cronk and Tommy Woo) decommits from Hawaii for Utah St.

  52. warbow January 25, 2015 6:35 pm

    Saldana-Alo wily commits to UNLV. That’s what happens when you have no DC. Chow strikes again.

  53. warbow January 25, 2015 6:39 pm


  54. warbow January 25, 2015 6:42 pm

    Hawaii player should think twice about signing with another MWC school. Transferring back won’t be so easy. They would have to sit out 2 years versus 1, plus no MWC coach would grant a release for them to come back to Hawaii and play.

  55. jeezy33 January 25, 2015 7:00 pm

    Lausii Sewell wants to play here but I don’t know if we have scholarships left.. former.Colorado commit

  56. BigWave96744 January 25, 2015 7:06 pm

    Seems like a lot if not most of the higher rated High School recruits we have been seek are signing elsewhere.
    I’m expecting to hear of more JC transfers in the next few weeks.
    With all these JC and D1 transfers in the Class of 2015, I hope the cupboard isn’t empty 2-3 years from now.

  57. Bowwar January 25, 2015 7:33 pm

    We want athletes that want to be Warriors! If they go away, good luck…If they want to come back, stand in line, as the scholarships should go to those who choose to stay…

  58. Warbow January 25, 2015 7:44 pm

    What defensive player is going to sign with a team without DC?

  59. BigWave96744 January 25, 2015 7:46 pm

    I think some may have wanted to be Warriors but not knowing who the DC or DB coach is going to be is had to come into play.

  60. leron January 25, 2015 8:10 pm

    When Larry Tuileta changed his mind, folks were upset that UH Football missed out on a future QB. Now it appears he’s cracked the starting lineup for USC Volleyball. They’re here to play at the SSC In a couple weeks. Looking forward to another “villain” to cheer against for the next for years.

  61. NotNasti January 25, 2015 8:27 pm

    36. WarriorsandDolphins: Ranan Mamiya is legit, but I don’t think he is a qualifier. Did not take the SAT yet. Will probably have to go the JC route.

  62. NotNasti January 25, 2015 8:28 pm

    Norm Chow was attending Farrington’s games with his eye on Mamiya. He would have offered him if he was a qualifier.

  63. hatakeman January 25, 2015 8:56 pm

    Under new head coach Tony Sanchez, UNLV is the next team to watch in the Mountain West. He has assembled an outstanding coaching staff that includes Joe Seumalo, former D-Line coach at Oregon State. I believe he is the reason that Salanoa Alo-Wily, DT, Kahuku HS, chose UNLV over Hawaii.

  64. Stephen Tsai January 25, 2015 9:35 pm

    Wily visits UH next week. We’ll see what happens.
    UH didn’t recruit the other two.

  65. Former UH Athlete January 25, 2015 9:36 pm

    I hope the UNLV bound local boys know they don’t get to use Bishop Gorman HS football facilities…

  66. Stephen Tsai January 25, 2015 9:37 pm

    Seumalo reportedly interviewed at Utah last week.
    We’ll see what happens.

  67. kapakahi January 25, 2015 9:49 pm

    #54. j33,

    Lausii Sewell would definitely be a good fit to fill UH’s recruiting need at the NT/DT position.

    Hopefully UH finds some way to trip Lausii this coming weekend……along with his cousin LB Gabe (currently a Nevada verbal commit)……to re-kindle the recruiting connections within Utah.

  68. kapakahi January 25, 2015 9:52 pm


    Not so sure about that…..since UNLV HC Sanchez’ brother is now the new HC for Bishop Gorman.

  69. kapakahi January 25, 2015 10:07 pm

    #54 & #66,

    Lausii’s latest 2014 season highlight video……just posted 1 week ago…..pretty impressive…..

  70. kapakahi January 25, 2015 10:13 pm

    Can’t help but wonder……Wassup with these 2 late Colorado de-commits (TJ Fehoko & Lausii Sewell – both from Utah)?

    Hopefully UH can take advantage……since UNLV and Nevada both seem to be jumping in now on both these Utah HS prospects.

  71. kev-1 January 25, 2015 10:14 pm

    #59 … I wasn’t upset when he changed his mind to USC and did not think that UH missed out on a future QB. I thought volleyball was where he would see playing time. Good for him. He is a good volleyball player. He is a good QB too, but I see him more like a Higgins type of player. JMHO.

  72. kev-1 January 25, 2015 10:17 pm

    If I were the NCAA, I would keep an eye on UNLV. Money talks. Even when there isn’t supposed to be any talking. There are heavy connections there. If they start snatching some big time players, I’d be curious. I guess we’ll just have to watch and see over the next several years to see what kind of moves they make.

  73. kapakahi January 25, 2015 10:20 pm

    #63. ST,

    Wily iffy about tripping to UH this coming weekend…..

  74. jeezy33 January 25, 2015 10:26 pm

    Austin Webb might be the next commit…

    The recruiting structure definitely needs to change at Hawaii. It just seems a little too scattered around with mission and grey shirt kids minimizing full recruiting classes. No offense but its a real crap shoot thinking a kid can still play at a high level after going away for a couple of years, in some cases, 3 years.

  75. jeezy33 January 25, 2015 10:30 pm

    72. As much as I like Wily, I prefer recruiting to your scheme. I get confused at times because we sign and recruit kids that don’t really fit a certain scheme. If we still plan on running a 3-4, Wily probably is better off going to UNLV anyway. He is much better suited to play the 3 technique like UNLV told him they want to use him.

    We need some big 3-4 DEs and a couple 320 NTs if we want to effectively run a solid 3-4 D. KT would flourish more if we make the switch to 4-3.

  76. kapakahi January 25, 2015 10:56 pm


    Another big raw HS OL prospect……like Hensley. Seems like…..more late recruiting than ever before……under Chow. Hopefully not signs of…..last-minute reaches.

  77. kev-1 January 25, 2015 11:18 pm

    The coaching vacancies have created uncertainty for any recruit. Those questions about uncertainty in discussions between Coach Chow and recruits are undoubtedly met with a lot of “trust me, I’m bringing in this coach …” or “trust me, we will run this scheme …”

    The question is, when the coach of a struggling program who is clearly on the one of the hottest seats in the country next season tells you to “trust him,” do you?

  78. Maddog50 January 26, 2015 5:25 am

    Okay so here goes UNLV again. For many years they have tried to make a run at turning this program into something Robinson could not do it Hauck could not do it and no amount of short term money and good coaches will do it. They were on the APR border of doom. Some folks should take a look long term look at this particularly if they plan on living in the 50th state after the college career is over. No sales pitch as flimsy as “hating ” losing should amount to a basis for decision. Let’s get this thing right—go Warriors

  79. PONO January 26, 2015 6:17 am

    I wonder why we didn’t offer Hensley?

  80. letsgowarriors January 26, 2015 6:23 am

    cant believe we gonna use a scholarship on Max Wittek when he’s only gonna play 1 season for us.

  81. letsgowarriors January 26, 2015 6:25 am

    no DC, DB and LB coach. what a trainwreck for recruiting. not to mention Wynn, Matthews and Demo all been absent during recruiting season.

    really no OC unless u consider Chow the OC.

  82. boolakanaka January 26, 2015 7:43 am

    Maddog, great point. If John Robinson, with both his scheme, football intelligence and backers, were not able to do it, well, its a sisyphus-like climb.

    I understand they have a money guy involved, but unless that is going to sustainable, e.g. a donation in the 9 figures (100 mil+) well, it does not correct systemic problems with both the university and the football program. It will be interesting to see what happens….

  83. Maddog50 January 26, 2015 8:23 am

    Boola even though we have our own concerns I believe they will be worked out. My point is in the history of this program I believe one winning coach and a 450 or so winning percentage. Many good he coaches cross the line only to find themselves in deep water. Go Warriors!!!!

  84. boolakanaka January 26, 2015 8:37 am

    Tru dat. All things being equal, I much prefer our situation to theirs….

  85. traitmanz January 26, 2015 8:56 am

    Can we offer Alohi Gillman

  86. PONO January 26, 2015 8:56 am

    I’d rather be in UNLV’s seat than ours with the potential backing of the UFC guys. I think they can do for football what they’ve done for basketball over the years with the right formula. Vegas is an attractive place for 18 year olds and if they improve their facilities they can pull kids from Nevada and California.

  87. jeezy33 January 26, 2015 9:29 am

    85. I agree. The state of our program is pretty bad right now. We don’t even know our coaching situation and no one is going to want to coach here knowing job security is minimal. We don’t even have a competent AD and we are just taking steps back slowly at a time we can’t afford to. This is a all time low from what I can remember including Von Appen era. At least we got rid of Von Appen after he failed.

  88. boolakanaka January 26, 2015 9:31 am

    Pono- I can see why you would feel that way…it seems many things are aligned that seemingly make it apt to be successful, but even the heavy backed largess of the NBA and NFL (much larger than the pockets of the UFC) has deterred such thought. Vegas in many ways is an archetype anomaly.

    So, it has glitter, is a global destination, has hordes of capitalization potential, and is a sports town. What it is not, is a football college town, and never has been. I am hesitant to say they can create that interest from scratch. They tried to bring in a big name guy like John Robinson, and in 6 seasons he was 28–42.

    The thing about big money, is when you tally a couple of losing seasons and your net worth is spinning downwards, well, fatigue is not the only thing that makes us cowards–insolvency can make you mighty jittery. That said, I see where you are coming from….

  89. NorthShoreFan January 26, 2015 9:36 am

    Guud Morning Tsaikos…bootiful day.

    They don’t call it “Sin City” for nothing….lol!… all that glitters is not always gold.

  90. Stephen Tsai January 26, 2015 9:39 am

    Trust me, I covered vonAppen. Every day for three years. Things are better now.
    By the way, vonAppen’s last UH season was 1998. That’s 17 years ago. I’m pretty sure I have a better perspective than young’uns.

  91. Stephen Tsai January 26, 2015 9:43 am

    I wouldn’t be concerned about UNLV.
    Maybe they’ll get some people from here, maybe they won’t.
    The threat is — and always will be — San Diego State. Its facilities. Its population. SDSU is the next level for UH.

  92. Stephen Tsai January 26, 2015 9:43 am

    New post:

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