Cornerback set to join UH

Cornerback Terry Wilson, a 2009 graduate of Santa Monica High, is completing school work that will enable him to join the Warriors this summer.

Wilson scored four defensive touchdowns as a Viking senior in 2008. He has spent the past nine months attending West Oahu College. After this semester, he may transfer to UH-Manoa.

Wilson’s brother is Charles Gordon, who was with the Kansas City Chiefs for three years.

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Former UH center John Estes is back in town. He weighs about 305, but because of his intensive workouts, appears to be thinner.

Another thing I did not know until yesterday: Chris Estes — John’s brother — is a member of the UH golf team.

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On May 8, 1970 — 40 years and a day ago — Willis Reed hobbled onto the court, inspiring the New York Knicks to win Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

Now, two more best-of-seven rounds need to be completed before the start of the NBA Finals.

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She made the most of a difficult life.

When she was 8, she chased after a ball, running into the street, where she was struck by a car. She suffered a fractured leg, and spent more than a year in rehabilitation. But that sparked an interest in occupational therapy. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, became a certified occupational therapist, once serving as department head at a New York hospital.

When she was 38, she became a widow, with three children. A few years later, she suffered a serious back injury that eventually required four surgeries and dozens of procedures.

In her mid-60s, she was diagnosed with  a connective tissue disease. In her case, it led to hardening in her lungs and esophagus, making it difficult to breathe and swallow food. There was no cure and, even with medication, not much relief. She knew every breath could be her last. In her final months of her life, she found comfort in knowing she did her best, that her three kids were college-educated, and that her three grandchildren were on the right path, and that hot tea after a meal is one of life’s simple pleasures.

On this Mother’s Day, I recall my mother’s creed: Enjoy the moments.


  1. mctruck May 9, 2010 8:08 am

    firwst…and then, another cb???, a healthy one, I hope.

  2. mctruck May 9, 2010 8:10 am

    what about his stats!?…5’4″, and then what?

  3. mctruck May 9, 2010 8:11 am


  4. Garret May 9, 2010 8:13 am

    According to Santa Monica High School’s website, Terry Wilson was listed at 5′ 7″, 170 pounds. I hope that the 2-inch rule doesn’t apply to that high school.

    Terry could have grown taller since he graduated high school. Even if he did not, it is good to have more competition at CB.

  5. Garret May 9, 2010 8:15 am

    The Estes family are all great people from what I could tell during my conversations with them. John’s older brother played football for Nevada and his younger brother golfs for UH, so they have a really athletic family.

  6. jm2375 May 9, 2010 8:19 am

    Good morning!
    Happy Mother’s Day to all the Tsai-kettes!
    It’s Wena’s first Mother’s Day as a grandma!! 😀

    Welcome to the Warrior ohana, Mr. Wilson!

  7. mctruck May 9, 2010 8:20 am

    with that being said… it still permissible to tackle below the knees-o-what??

  8. protector May 9, 2010 8:30 am

    Good news about Wilson. Hope he’s a “baller”. If he is, the height won’t matter.

  9. LizKauai (iPad) May 9, 2010 8:31 am

    Colt Watch:

    Brennan healthy

    In addition to having the hip surgery this offseason, Colt Brennan had arthroscopic knee surgery some weeks back.  This brings the total to four for Brennan since his last college bowl game.  Brennan says he is now one-hundred percent healthy.

    “I had a little set back when I reported, and I had to had my knee scoped” said Brennan. But now I’m back and healthy.  I ready to bounce back and get back in it.”

    From BGO

  10. LizKauai (iPad) May 9, 2010 8:33 am

    Welcome Terry Wilson!

    Happy Mothers Day!

  11. Momona May 9, 2010 8:54 am

    Re: Katahara joining Na Koa – this is an excellent choice. Very few have the passion, dedication, creativity and execution to make Na Koa successful. Don Weir took Na Koa to a higher level and Alvin will continue doing that. In his current position, he was responsible for the largest fund-raising effort in UH history, and the creation of a new Koa Anuenue magazine. Congrats!

    Question – does this make his a Tsaiko? Honorary member?

  12. Garret May 9, 2010 8:59 am


    Great tribute to your mother…

  13. truegreen May 9, 2010 9:05 am

    Wow Stephen,

    Your mom is a fellow alumnus of Washington University in St. Louis? I had no idea. Yay, hip hip hooray! Go Bears!

    We were and continue to be as dominant in Division III in M/W basketball as UConn in D1 and Stanford is in D1 M/W volleyball.

    Any others out there from Washington University in St. Louis?

    Btw, God bless your mom and all other moms out there today.

  14. Garret May 9, 2010 9:05 am

    my wife just came back fro california and brought home a lottery ticket. maybe hawaii should go the lottery route to handle the education problem. if a lady just won $266 million, and the place that sold her the winning got $1 million, how much did california “win”?


    I heard about that lottery winner when I was driving (3-hour drive one way, so I had a lot of time to listen to the radio!) to bring some special food to Momo’s sister on Wednesday. They said that the $266 million winner bought her ticket at a Hawaiian BBQ restaurant! Unfortunately, it apparently wasn’t bought by someone from Hawaii or a UH fan. They had a lot of information about the winner (much of it they just hinted at instead of giving too much detail) because her husband was recently laid off from one of the local TV stations in LA so many people in the LA media actually knew the winner.

    It would have been nice if the $266 million lottery had been a UH fan…

  15. GRM May 9, 2010 9:05 am

    A very touching tribute to your Mom. She must have been a great Mom.

  16. Garret May 9, 2010 9:07 am

    I haven’t been doing the free play links, but if I had I would have posted this lottery-related link.

    Woman won a $1 million jackpot in the NY lottery just 1.5 years after her brother won $1 million a year for life in the NY lottery, with both tickets bought at the same gas station. What is most interesting to me is that her brother is a London resident who gave his Mom $100 to buy lottery tickets during a visit to the US, which means that he does *not* have to pay federal tax on his lottery winnings. So, he gets $930k per year from his winnings–that is the lowest % of tax I’ve ever heard of from a lottery winner.

  17. LizKauai (iPad) May 9, 2010 9:21 am

    Beautiful, ST. Thanks for sharing your wonderful mom with us!

  18. GRM May 9, 2010 9:29 am

    Re: Ferd’s column on Dave Shoji

    I hope peoplE are not questioning Dave’s loyalty to UH. Its now off-season for the Wahine VB team and Dave saw an opportunity to work with his sons. He got the blessings from the administration and applicable coaches. I truly believe that all Dave wanted to do was take the opportunity to work with his sons; likewise for Chris M. My personal opinion, Dave is still for UH and will always be.

  19. BG May 9, 2010 9:33 am

    Good morning everyone! ST…you uplifted us with your story. Courage and love often comes in small (and large) packages…often called “mom”.

    It’s a beautiful morning outside.

  20. wafan May 9, 2010 9:44 am

    Thank you for the great story, Mr. Tsai!


    Top 20!

  21. wafan May 9, 2010 9:46 am

    Just need to make sure your littlest one knows all about her GREAT grandma, too!

  22. tommui May 9, 2010 9:47 am

    Nice story ST.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  23. duffer May 9, 2010 9:47 am


  24. Pauoa Boy May 9, 2010 9:48 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to all…

    Terry Wilson, welcome to Warrior Nation!

  25. A-House May 9, 2010 10:00 am

    from yesterdays posts:

    d1 – your #131 & papajoe2 your #140 & al your #150:

    Those who go away to play a sport, but returns to UH, I consider them “locals” who came home to represent the “home team”. Yes, the “Beast” is a Tsaiko and falls into this category. Others who turn their nose to UH, I feel differently and there have been many.

    I have always felt that Punohou, St Louis & Iolani are truly ALL STATE sports programs as they secure players from outside of their district and public schools are at a MAJOR disadvantage because their players must be within district or get a District Exemption. Therefore, I am most happy when any public school beats the private schools.

    On recruiting, as a coach, where do I draw the line to start, continue or stop recruting when a player and/or family tells me their child will never attend UH. For me, it is INSTANT.

    wafan: are you sending over your most tasty scones to our house?

    ST: Terry Wilson will have 4 to play 4 since this current year he is at UH-West Oahu?

  26. A-House May 9, 2010 10:05 am

    A most Happy Mother’s Day to all Moms, past and present, throughout the world and especially to all the Tsaiko Moms – very special indeed!!!

    and, to all the youngsters out there, you may be the smartest person in the world, the best athlethe in the world, the richest in the world, etc.,but remember, the toughest job in the world is being a good parent!

  27. chopsueyboy May 9, 2010 10:06 am

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  28. wafan May 9, 2010 10:12 am

    How was the PIAA golf tournament?

    Sure hope there was a huge turnout and everyone had lots of fun, too!

  29. jm2375 May 9, 2010 10:35 am

    wafan – ST musta kakaroached my scones! Ah well, TImes Coffee Shop fried rice and french toast were adequate substitutes.

  30. SteveM May 9, 2010 10:49 am

    Good morning everyone!

    ST — today’s bio is the best one yet. Yes, enjoy the moments!

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  31. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 10:52 am

    Happy Mother’s Day Gangeez! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    A very poignant remebrance, Stephen. When I consider you and your siblings, its easy to see that you folks had a great Mommy.

  32. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 10:54 am

    Welcome to the Warriors, Terry!

  33. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 10:54 am

    “remembrance” that should read above*

  34. whitey May 9, 2010 10:55 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms, grandmas, great great grandmas, and single moms who try their best everyday to make life a more meaningful one for their children. Thank you very much!!!

  35. whitey May 9, 2010 10:58 am

    sometimes got to eat humble pie and last nite, kudos to Punahou for their 7th championship in a row. OC16 did a great job on showing a good championship with the kids and coaches exemplifying good sportsmanship. Coach Jon, no worry, next year. Pono.

  36. protector May 9, 2010 11:02 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to everyone!

  37. whitey May 9, 2010 11:03 am

    is there a difference of school loyalty when Coach Pat Hill, Fresno, used to come to our annual spring practice???? I think that this will truly help change how the wahines recruit and play the game. This past yr, evolution of how they attack and defend was most refreshing, and now the evolution of players is starting, so for Coach Shoji, I think this was most beneficial for UH and he got to see his son’s win the NCAA.

  38. whitey May 9, 2010 11:05 am

    I wonder if Coach Ron Nomura will have his son attend UH????

  39. koakane May 9, 2010 11:11 am

    morning tsaiko country, ditto bg’s comment about the beautiful day outside

    yes yes a merry day to all the tsaikette women. enjoy yourselves and choose the most expensive meal, gift or whatever. you deserve it.

    wafan the golf tourny is on tuesday 5/11

    ahouse #25 I like you have a passion for UH sports and wish we could get all to stay but I disagree with you on one point. these are the children of hawaii and I will always consider them that, no matter if they play sports or choose to futher their education else where. case in point your boy is an outstanding chief in Vegas. we love him no less that one’s who went to kcc. the story of the prodigal son comes to mind. we need to show unconditional love and let the younging experience life. so ditto to al comments we are old proud papa’s

  40. koakane May 9, 2010 11:17 am

    whitey no humble pie necessary, baldwin battled to the finals and played hard. congrats to them for making it there. this team was a different one that I saw a few months back when they played in the Iolani tourny.

    also congrats to the puns for making it 7 straight. a feat hard to come by now days.

  41. Garret May 9, 2010 11:25 am

    More information about the Big 10 Network to answer a question that A-House had a couple of days ago. It is interesting to see the breakdown of what the Big 10 Network makes for states they have a team in vs. states where they have no team. This is bad for a school like Pitt since they aren’t needed since there is already another team in their state.

    Three years after launch, the Big Ten Network is a cash cow that’s made conference schools the envy of their peers. Big Ten schools, Michigan included, hauled in an estimated $22 million in rights fees last year.

    SEC teams have won four straight national championships in football, ACC teams have won the last two NCAA titles in basketball, but neither conference keeps its members as flush with cash as the Big Ten.

    By adding more schools, the conference guarantees itself and its network (of which it’s a 51-percent stakeholder) deeper revenue streams.

    As is, the Big Ten Network rakes in an estimated 88 cents per cable/satellite subscriber in its eight-state footprint (Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin) and six cents a subscriber elsewhere, according to research firm SNL Kagan.

  42. Garret May 9, 2010 11:26 am

    In addition to the fees charged for every cable/satellite subscriber, they make money off the commercials on the network. Even with a struggling economy, that business is booming:

    The channel, a partnership of the conference and Fox Sports (which owns 49 percent), now collects subscription fees (via cable and satellite bills) from nearly 45 million households around the country, is available to 30 million more potential customers, and has increased its advertising revenue by more than 30 percent in the past year, Silverman said.

    Best of all for the 11 Big Ten universities: Even after paying its guaranteed rights fees to the conference of more than $60 million last year, the network was so profitable that the Big Ten’s share amounted to an additional $66 million, which each school shared in equally. “We hoped it would be profitable eventually. But it turned a profit in, what, its second year?” said Minnesota athletic director Joel Maturi, whose athletic budget reaped an estimated $22 million in TV rights (including ABC, CBS and ESPN contracts) alone. “I don’t believe anyone truly expected to be this successful this quickly. It’s absolutely remarkable.”

  43. Garret May 9, 2010 11:28 am

    The ACC apparently will be getting a new TV deal soon, possibly as early as this week.

    Now it’s the ACC’s turn.

    Two summers ago, the SEC announced blockbuster TV deals with ESPN and CBS at a fortuitous time, just before the economy plunged into a deep recession.

    And with the ACC’s TV contracts with ESPN and Raycom Sports set to expire at the end of the 2010-11 athletic year, TV executives from the conference’s current partners have been in negotiations for months.

  44. Garret May 9, 2010 11:29 am

    The ACC might benefit from ESPN losing out on the NCAA basketball tournament.

    One bit of recent news is believed to have helped the ACC in negotiations with ESPN. The 14-year, $10 billion deal with CBS and Turner for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is believed to have left ESPN with a need for additional programming inventory, as well as, perhaps, extra money to spend.

  45. Garret May 9, 2010 11:31 am

    One of the *assistant* coaches at South Carolina makes $200k more than their University’s President!

    School presidents begrudgingly justified head coaching salaries that have reached three and four times greater than their own. But when an assistant coach such as Johnson makes $200,000 more than USC president Harris Pastides, it sends a strong signal to university presidents that college football is out of hand . . . and that a playoff system is pushed further and further to the back burner.

  46. Garret May 9, 2010 11:32 am

    At least South Carolina’s Athletic Department is giving a lot of its profit to its University, so they can afford to pay their coaches well and still turn a profit.

    Also, to USC’s credit, it continues to filter revenues back to the school. USC has committed $18 million from its lucrative SEC television package with ESPN to the university over the next 15 years. It recently paid $400,000 toward an endowed chair. It donated a significant amount to help with library renovations.

  47. Kazz (blkberry_storm) May 9, 2010 11:33 am


  48. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 11:36 am

    Terry Wilson is a four-for-four guy.

  49. chawan_cut May 9, 2010 11:40 am

    HMD to everyone out there!

  50. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 11:41 am

    If you want to score at home — RPI wise — go to
    Then go to softball and follow a bunch more links.
    It has the softball RPI.

  51. SteveM May 9, 2010 11:44 am

    May 9th, 2010 at 9:05 am
    Wow Stephen,

    Your mom is a fellow alumnus of Washington University in St. Louis? I had no idea. Yay, hip hip hooray! Go Bears!
    Any others out there from Washington University in St. Louis?

    Hi truegreen, long time! My brother went to Washington a year or two before transferring to Johns Hopkins in the mid-70’s (computer sci, not medical). He took my share of brains, but I got his share of fun. 🙄

  52. al May 9, 2010 11:47 am

    nice. nice job on your mom’s tribute.
    character building for the three of you.

  53. al May 9, 2010 11:48 am

    happy mother’s day to all the gals out there!

  54. BleedGreen808 May 9, 2010 11:48 am

    May 9th, 2010 at 4:31 am

    I support all our local kidz here and away; but I choose to support them as individuals and not their school.

    al, Bulla and koakane–

    Couldn’t agree with you more. 1 billion percent agree with you guys.

    I told myself not to comment on this particular issue since I have mad my peace with it. But, it’s bothersome to read post(s) about Hawaii athletes not being called “sons of Hawaii” for that reason. Whatever the reason(s) behind their decision, they have just as much right to call themselves “sons of Hawaii”.

    I guess, like myself and many others out there who decided to go away for college, are not entitled to call ourselves “sons of Hawaii”. Regardless of what others might think, I am a SON OF HAWAII

  55. RainbowCliff May 9, 2010 11:50 am

    Happy Mothers Day To All Tsaiko and Hawaiian Mothers as I reflect with affection on my time spent and remembering them as they are truely ‘Remarkable and Beautiful Ladies’ !

    Mr. Tsai, a wonderful write-up on your mom as from your words with wisdom and affection you told it as a “proud son” sharing her struggles and accomplishments to make it in ‘LIFE’ !

    Of your previous posts refering to local athletes going away playing for other schools ALL I can say is that I know of them BUT if they are not playing for the “Big Green Machine” then we have “NOTHING” in common !

    Once a Bow, ALWAYS a Bow as I bleed Hawaiian Green with NO remorse or regrets after 29 years as I was not born in Hawaii or have any polynesian gender from your WONDERFUL State BUT a love and compassion of the Aloha Spirit and Great Proudness of playing as a “Rainbow Warrior” in front of the GREATEST local fans in the world !

    For those local athletes who played else where for what ever reason then they TRUELY missed out on playing for the home team as my memory of Hawaiian children “TREASURING” your autograph and older Hawaiian folks smiling with affection upon meeting you while playing for a ‘STATE’ who WILLS you with their heart and desire for you to “WIN” as that atmosphere alone is priceless and still lives with me today when I watch UH play !

    Simply The Best, Better Then All The Rest !

    University Of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, Go Giv Em Bows !

  56. Slugger May 9, 2010 11:50 am


    Wonderful bio about your Mom. Brought me to tears.

    To me, Local Boys will always be Local Boys, whether they play for UH or take an opportunity to go to school on the mainland; whether they play for the Raiders or the 49ers; whether they are blue-eyed and blond haired or brown-eyed brunettes. They are still Our Boys. [humming…”I love those local boys”… thanks, Nalani]

  57. BleedGreen808 May 9, 2010 11:51 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to my mom and sisters! LOVE yas!

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers or soon to be mothers out there!

  58. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc May 9, 2010 11:52 am

    Part of the research done in 2009 for a proposed student fee included accountability.

    Although the specifics of the fee will not be worked out until after the Regents approve the concept, I can assure you that the money cannot be shifted around to use someplace else. Not only is it illegal but also doing so is very, very difficult to hide – especially at the University of Hawai`i. ANY kind of bad acts will have an enormous impact of funding from other sources – even if it doesn’t have anything to do with inter-collegiate athletes.

    Please give me a few more days to recover from this STUFF that has really stopped me so that I can put together a brief report on the procedural steps required to set up the fund.

    I’ll also provide an update on a couple of UH bills which are sitting on Da Gov’s desk for further action as well as the final budgetary cuts and their impacts on UH programs.

    Basically, however, it’s not as bad as originally thought. What happens starting July 1 will require a full team effort: UH System as well as UH Manoa Administration AND faculty AND staff AND students both undergraduate & graduate AND alumni AND the business & professional communities AND the general public.

    That means thee & me. For those of you on this blog who want to make UH sports programs financially secure, more productive, and, of course, winners – please take the time to get involved. Decision-makers are NOT mind-readers so you have to transmit your issues & concerns.

    Think it can’t be done? When the Atheletic Department Administration was first approached several months ago about setting up a donation jar at UH softball games, the response was an over-whelming NO. A couple of weeks would go by and the request would be submitted again. A gradual attitude shift started taking place towards the end of March. Look what happened last weekend when Slugger & others actually carried out that first successful drive.

    Now it’s time to follow up with the donation concept for next year while at the same time track the capital improvements projects at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium to put together an adminission fee – perhaps as early as the 2012 season.

    With respect to men’s volleyball, I was provided with some very interesting information which needs to be double-checked. If it is true, then perhaps the Tsai-kos would like to take on the project.

  59. LizKauai May 9, 2010 11:58 am

    As a mom on Mothers Day, I am at the age where I feel like all kids could be my kids – and I am happy to see them find success in their endeavors wherever they go to college, IF they go to college- or not.
    It takes all kinds to make an interesting, loving and productive world and I wish them ALL well!

  60. BleedGreen808 May 9, 2010 12:10 pm

    Re: Make Hawaii proud

    What’s wrong with saying “make Hawaii proud”? President Obama is the prime example to that.

  61. whodoyouthinkyouare May 9, 2010 12:10 pm

    (#54) ditto

    he doesn’t deserve to call himself son of hawaii. he’s the one who shows no aloha to the locals.

  62. Slugger May 9, 2010 12:16 pm


    I concur! I feel the same way. Actually, I feel like their Aunty at times, and their Mom sometimes.

    Welcome to Terry Wilson!

  63. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 12:25 pm

    I think most college football fans root are loyal to teams instead of individuals. So it’s not necessarily that a UH fan would have something against a local athlete going to Boise State; the UH fan wouldn’t foot for anyone who plays for Boise.

  64. d1島 May 9, 2010 12:25 pm

    Must be a “spiritual” Mountain….it made my C-note disappear “like that”! 😆

    ….Off to Mo’s!

  65. d1島 May 9, 2010 12:27 pm


    Very nice commentary for today.

    Mrs. d1島 liked it!

  66. brew808 May 9, 2010 12:28 pm

    ST– Really sweet! Mahalo for sharing. That was even better than Dallas Braden’s perfect game for my Oakland A’s!!! 😆

  67. el guapo May 9, 2010 12:37 pm

    If a student is not asked to play here, you cannot blame them for going away.

    If a student is asked to stay home but chooses to go away because they feel it’s a better opportunity, it’s no different than a student going away for because they feel the academic program of the other school is better for them than going to UH. In that case UH is at fault for not being perceived as the best place for the student. Blame the university, not the student.

    Then there is the one who (as I heard) brought a UH cap and another school’s cap to the signing ceremony, then donned the cap of the other school and signed his letter of intent. That seems disrespectful, especially since his family earns money from UH. Had he just signed his letter from the other school, no harm.

    The important thing is that they become good members of the community that they eventually live in, whereever that may be, as we can never have enough of them.

  68. iwonderwhytheyhateme May 9, 2010 12:41 pm

    happy mothers day to all.

    my mother always told me that no matter how old i get or how smart i think i have become that i will always be her little boy.

    i know im one of the younger ones on this blog but looking back i cant believe how ive gone from little kid to hopefully a good man…and a lot has to do with mom’s guidance. boy does time fly.

    to my mommy and all the mom’s out there working behind the scenes in our life, bless you and thank you.

  69. A-House May 9, 2010 12:57 pm

    Perhaps, we are sharing symantics about “local” players and “sons of Hawaii”.

    Absolutely, those who chose to ply their trade at another school are still “local” and “sons of Hawaii”, but I would not cheer for them whether that school is playing against Hawai or another team. Families of the many local players on the mainland are fortunate that the Advertiser published the “home grown” report all these years. Will the new paper continue? If no, there will be absolutely no “public” information as the mainland “papers” are very uninterested in high school sports compared to Hawaii. They are consumed with “pro sports” and the USCs, UCLAs, etc.

    For Koakane’s analogy, Masaboy chose to pursue a culinary career and chose to do it at KCC where he attained an Associates degree in Culinary and Patisserie, worked at Mid-Pac Country Club for 3 years, and decided to seek additional training/experience in Las Vegas.

    This is quite different from a student athlete who did not play for Hawaii, but another school on the mainland. There is a distinct difference for one who WANTED to play for Hawaii and one who DISSES UH.

    We, A-House ohana, have the greatest respect for the Stutzman brothers who made an early commitment to UH and held on to their convictions. One has done UH proud and Stutz2 may be even better than older brother Craig.

  70. Ralph May 9, 2010 1:02 pm

    UH softball:

    Kazz posted this earlier in the week.

    ESPN commentators at the Georgia vs Texas SB game mentioned Texas ranking #12 and RPI at #8 puts them in a good position to host a super regional and how important the home field advantage is in sb to have the fans there. They also mentioned that the SEC and Big 12 success in football has allowed the schools to build beautiful venues (stadiums and locker rooms) for the softball teams. As Al mentioned in one of his pieces, a lot of what happens at the UH athletic complex revolves around coach mac and his football program-raise the attendance at the fb games, actual butts in the seats, the rest of the programs will benefit with better amenities.

  71. Ralph May 9, 2010 1:03 pm

    UH will play the winner of the Boise State vs La Tech winner on thursday.

  72. Ralph May 9, 2010 1:05 pm

    Happy Mothers Day!

  73. Ralph May 9, 2010 1:20 pm

    SB super regional sites from last season: 4 of 8 sites at the SEC, 3 in Pac 10 and 1 at Michigan. Same with the 16 regional sites, primarily in the SEC (6), Pac 10 and Big 12. I think UH can handle Texas in the West rather than head to Washington or Arizona. But the NCAA has done strange things, last season they sent Washington to Amherst, Massachusetts for their regional. UCLA and Arizona were seeded higher than Washington.

  74. PowderPuff May 9, 2010 1:22 pm

    Congrats to Terry and best to you for getting your academics in order for the transfer…awesome!

    It is indeed a beautiful day to celebrate the most special women in our lives. What a wonderful tribute to your mom, ST. And a shout-out to those in the service industry (and media)…thank you for working today so that others may enjoy Mother’s Day.

  75. Bulla May 9, 2010 1:57 pm

    Sons of Hawaii, Hawaiian Sons, Hawaiian Sun Juice……………

    on this day my friends, on this day known as mother’s day, let us lay down the semantical soliloquy, the war of words, the connotative confrontations…..

    enjoy mothers day with our families, no need for posturing or positioning, just love on our ohana

    as for ‘the beast’; we thank you for all the love and support, but he’s just pursuing his dream, whether that’s good or bad, it is HIS choice, it is what it is. hopefully his aspirations, hopes and dreams will not fall in the bone yard filled with the should’ves, would’ves and could’ves……..

    make memories, make memories, make memories…….


    tomorrow we can pick up the discussion, but today…….let’s make the best investment of your time possible……with your family…………..mahalo for showing all of our children what is really important, family & friends.

  76. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 2:34 pm

    Personally, I think deciding who is a “Son of Hawai’i” and who is not is a very slippery slope.

    If we use attending and or playing for UH as the definition of a “Son of Hawai’i”, we exclude a *lot* of locals who went away for school, some who only left to get an education and then returned.

    Safe to say, it would have been nice if the Hawai’i kids on Stanford’s team had chosen to stay at UH and play, but a Stanford education is an enormous opportunity, similar in many regards to an Ivy League school.

    If a local kid and his parents want make the sacrifices needed to achieve such a goal, more power to them.

    Are we going to kick the kids and maybe even Shoji himself “out of the club” because Stanford won the national championship? Would we even be having this debate if UH had beaten Stanford in the first place?

    Who do we call a “Son of Hawai’i”?

    Ask their Mommys. They would know. 😉

  77. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 2:35 pm


  78. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 3:33 pm

    My wish is that wherever a player goes, the opportunity will not be wasted.
    If you have a full scholarship, take every class possible. Also, take some fun classes. The beauty of UH is that there’s a flat fee whether you take a science class or an art course. If a school is going to pay your way, maximize it. There are a lot of people who can’t afford college.

  79. Kekoa May 9, 2010 4:09 pm

    ST ~

    Any truth to Vince Tapolo & Drew Uperesa being roomates at UH come this fall? Both transfers are in under the radar.

    Big bird on the wire also says these two Jumbo Jacks will anchor the Oline if given the opportunity to rip it up at the next walk-on.

    Vince is 6’4″ and 310 Lbs. I’m not sure of the Uperesa kid’s present measurements, but his family has been known to play a little football once in awhile.

  80. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 4:16 pm

    Thats an exciting post, Kekoa. I wonder who the big bird on the wire is? 🙂

  81. LizKauai [iMac] m/ May 9, 2010 4:21 pm


    “After 10 months on a roller coaster, Colt Brennan is back. He again dons the number he wore during his record-setting career at Hawaii, and he has freedom to do what works for him when he’s passing. Even though he still will have to compete hard to get a spot on the final roster, Brennan says that the pressure is off and he is having fun again…”

  82. Kekoa May 9, 2010 4:47 pm

    DPK ~ This bird on the wire is the same one that called me to let me know of the shooting up at Roundtop this afternoon.

    An FBI agent and supposedly an HPD officer or impersonater are involved. Shots fired, still under investigation of course.

  83. Kekoa May 9, 2010 4:50 pm

    Liz ~ CB is back in the saddle again! Ya-Hoo! Circle the wagons, give him enuff protection to fire away!

  84. djmitcho May 9, 2010 4:58 pm

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    Just watched the news about that Tantalaus shooting. I wonder if the impersonator might be the same one spotted on the UH campus lately.

  91. Da Punchbowl Kid May 9, 2010 6:09 pm

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    Yikes! Just saw the story on the Tantalus shooting. Used to live up that way, although on the other side (Round Top Dr).

    Just got back from a seeing a great production at MPI. Hard to believe it was written by teenagers. Topped it off with dinner at Outback. *burp*

  93. jm2375 May 9, 2010 6:55 pm

    Oh yeah, Div I State Softball tournament starts Tuesday at UH. Go OWLS!!

  94. Pride. May 9, 2010 6:55 pm

    Like Bulla said, Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms.

    We can continue fighting tomorrow. I like fighting, it gets the blood going.

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  96. koakane May 9, 2010 7:25 pm

    My last mana’o on the subject.

    IMHO whether a family or student decides to stay or go away for their career,education or sports experience I hold no grudge or ill feeling twords them. If they plan to leave Hawaii and pursue a better life away from the 808 so be it. It is their life choice. I just want to see everyone getting an opportunity to do what is best for them to succeed. In the long run is this not what we want for our own and should wish for others.

    Any how this is my feelings and by no means is intended to offend anyone. E kala mai and as many have expressed Happy Mothers day to all.

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  99. al May 9, 2010 7:49 pm

    belly up.
    just got back from mother’s day dinner at chai’s bistro.
    quite an elaborate spread including king crab legs, oysters on a half, jumbo shrimp tempura on a stick chai’s style, etc. too good.

    and melveen leed played throughout the evening. the molokai tita still got em.

    speaking of tita’s, sitting next to us was tita ahuna and family.

  100. bluefintuna May 9, 2010 7:54 pm

    Re-Ferd’s article today on Coach Shoji showing his true colors

    Pathetic. Ferd shoots himself in the foot. Takes a shot at Coach Shoji. Whereas he should take aim on other things, like Benson, or JD scheduling Lamar, or the volleyball ref that can’t see…or quite bluntly he should take aim on his next career, too.

    I don’t know what Ferd is thinking to make it sound like Coach Shoji is consorting with the enemy, Stanford volleyball, when it’s apparent that he’s there in attendance at the championship match watching, cheering and coaching along his two boys.

    He asked and received permission in advance. All parties involved know Coach Shoji’s love for his two boys, where his heart is at–his boy’s successes and, mostly, that these opportunities don’t come around very often. In fact it’s very, very rare.

    Personally I think it’s bad for Ferd to make everyone blink. Or to allow for any unneeded second guessing on Coach Shoji’s motives for attending the match.

    It’s insulting for Ferd to even insinuate that Coach Shoji is masking any deviance.

    Any other writer would have crafted a different story line. One that’s full of superlative for Coach Shoji and his two boys. One that speaks of Coach Shoji with reverence. Not one, like Ferd’s, which is maddening and with undertones.

  101. A-House May 9, 2010 8:04 pm

    Great news for Colt and his many adoring Hawaii fans – especially LizK!

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    Great way to end a happy Mother’s Day!

  102. al May 9, 2010 8:15 pm

    is it me??

    okay i read ferd’s column about dave shoji’s opportunity to voluntarily participate in his two sons volleyball program which happened to be stanford.

    but, the column was not slamming dave, i thought instead it told of what it was all about, dave’s struggle to do what every father may have done albeit a once in a lifetime opportunity.

    however, dave did what was “pono” and in the end declined the opportunity because of who he is and who he represents. i thought he did the honorable thing, the “samurai” thing, and ferd was just pointing out what a great man he really is.

  103. al May 9, 2010 8:18 pm

    will k5 prevent chris maclachlin from future broadcasts because in the end he couldn’t walk away from the very same voluntary asst coach at stanford and be able to coach his son and his team?

    will you no longer listen to his expert color commentary at the next hawaii volleyball match?

  104. al May 9, 2010 8:20 pm

    if you have ever coached your kids before…wouldn’t it be real hard to walk away from one last chance to coach your son/daughter in their final season of college.

    dave did because deep in his heart he knew that wasn’t the proper thing to do. i applaud him even further now.

  105. al May 9, 2010 8:49 pm


    this guy has some interest in hawaii. i’d be offering him yesterday. before he gets away.

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  106. bluefintuna May 9, 2010 8:50 pm


    this part here

    as about his former boss’s idea. Though Donovan said Wade was agreeable, provided Shoji pledged not to be involved in Stanford’s recruiting

    cmon. isnt this insulting Coach Shoji, like he would do such.. why would ferd insert this quote…why? Coach Shoji made it clear he’s there for his two sons and to include this statemenmt doesnt make sense

  107. al May 9, 2010 8:50 pm

    btw, that #7, wr is available the following year since he was only a soph in the clements video.

    and oh yes, la habra is where the running back who got away is from.

  108. al May 9, 2010 8:53 pm

    bluefintuna….true. but, everyone has there own insecurities, wade included. i think ferd was just reporting the facts as they were.

    i know shoji would never do such a thing, not unless a recruit was snubbed by a hawaii program first and then came to seek shoji’s expert opinion as what or where his options were.

  109. Garret May 9, 2010 8:58 pm

    High school football coaches in Southern California are getting salaries in the 6 figures now–Texas coaches (at the bigger schools) were there for a number of years already.

    In a time of budget cuts, teacher layoffs and campus closures, at least one position in high school education is in such demand that salaries are skyrocketing well into six digits:

    Football coach.

    At Chaminade Prep in West Hills, Ed Croson makes nearly $100,000 to coach football while the scale for a science or math teacher with a master’s degree and 10 years’ experience is $53,953. And over at Crespi High in Encino, teachers are complaining that new football Coach Jon Mack was awarded a salary of well over $100,000 after instructors — including some who make about a third as much — were told there would be a salary freeze for the 2010-11 school year.

    JSerra, a newer private school in San Juan Capistrano, took a similar approach when it hired Jim Hartigan to be its football coach and athletic director in 2007, making him the school’s second-highest paid employee at what IRS records show was a salary of $145,000.

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  111. Kekoa May 9, 2010 9:54 pm

    Need to make a correction on the 2 transfers I mentioned above. Uperessa, is already on the team. They are going to be roomies.

    The other O-lineman, Vince Talolo is transferring in. He will have to prove his worth as a walk-on. He certainly does have the size we need. Now it’s all about the rest of the package.

    Cue Pride.

  112. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 9:56 pm

    Before the UH-Stanford playoff match, Shoji ushered me to the side, and showed me his jacket, which was on his seat. It had an “H” button. He also said he made sure he wore neutral colors for the match.
    There’s no question that Shoji is a proud father and, also, a proud member of the UH family. (His wife, a former UH basketball player, wore a Stanford sweater.)
    But for appearance sake, it probably would have been better if the only UH matches he attended were against Stanford. I’m sure UCLA or Irvine wondered if he was doing advance scouting. He probably wasn’t, but why be put in an unnecessary position?

  113. bluefintuna May 9, 2010 9:57 pm


    true or false

    I hate the fact that my son eats candy

    is it harmless statement? yes?


    I hate my son because he eats candy

    is this a harmful statement? yes?

    I hate the fact that some blue chippers got away

    is it a harmless statement? yes?

    I hate the blue chippers that got away

    is a harmful statement? yes?

    When I was reading some of the comments last night most seem to be acknowledging that they really (and its true) hate the fact that some blue chippers got away…which I dont think is throwing anybody under the bus

    whereas by saying I hate the blue chipper that go away is throwing someone under the bus i agree

    see the difference?

    so i really dont see it wrong for someone to say I hate the fact that some blue chippers got away

  114. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 9:58 pm

    On a much smaller scale, my wife and daughter played in an alumni volleyball match against the high school of which I’m the Parent-Teacher Organization president.
    I rooted for the alumni team.

  115. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 10:07 pm

    Re: Bluechippers.
    People can try, but it’s difficult to change the way one feels. As Popeye says: I am what I am.
    What’s wrong is to act on those feelings.
    It’s OK to not like a player for going away, but as long as you don’t do anything about it — boo, yell at the parents, post embarrassing pictures on Facebook — then there’s no harm. This is America. We don’t legislate feelings.

  116. Kekoa May 9, 2010 10:12 pm

    ST ~ Traitor!

    So what’s the scoop on the transfer status of the O-lineman, Vince Tafolo? The birdee is really pissed at me for screwing up the spelling of his name, so I hope that at least he will be a legit candidate for the line.

  117. BleedGreen808 May 9, 2010 10:15 pm

    I would hate to be in D. Shoji’s shoes. Torn between what is right for the university and as a father. In my opinion, blood is thicker than water. A father has got to do what he has to do. You can never go wrong in choosing family first, never. Now, I understand why some would feel betrayed about the idea. The bottom line is he didn’t do it.

  118. Stephen Tsai May 9, 2010 10:16 pm


    Transfer: Not sure. I’ll check on it tomorrow.

    Traitor: I’m PTO president of a school I didn’t attend. Now if they were playing against Roosevelt …
    …I’d still root for the family. Family comes first.

  119. Ralph May 9, 2010 10:17 pm

    Kekoa your big bird spoke “funny kind” pidgin so the spelling of his name can change with the wind conditions or the maka pea in your ear, or was that old primo in the eaya.

  120. BleedGreen808 May 9, 2010 10:25 pm

    The word HATE is a very strong word that should not be used lightly unless you really mean it. Just saying.

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  125. Ralph May 9, 2010 11:04 pm

    Zorn should have asked June, can the kid play, nuff said.

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  127. Ralph May 9, 2010 11:10 pm

    softball: on WAC.Tv one time subscription of $14.95. Games on May 12-15 included. go to WAC sports for video streaming

  128. al May 9, 2010 11:18 pm

    ralph i am sure he asked june jones.

    zorn’s problem is that he did not subscribe to the old addage; “if it is not broken, don’t fix it”

  129. al May 9, 2010 11:19 pm

    ralphie…so we gonna gather at your place?

  130. Ralph May 9, 2010 11:28 pm

    not watching wac softball on video streaming. I can’t get to watch Leila’s video on Tuesdays without video freezes so I’m not paying for the Wac one. I’ll let Kazz give us an up date

  131. Ralph May 9, 2010 11:29 pm

    Hey Al, isn’t that guy who owns Chai’s the owner and chef that the Feds wanted deported as an alien.

  132. Ralph May 9, 2010 11:33 pm

    Al check out ESPNU now, FSU vs La Tech, check out FSU softball stadium. all class. can’t say FSU losing money to be able to afford a nice stadium for softball.

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  134. al May 9, 2010 11:48 pm

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  135. Ralph May 10, 2010 12:07 am

    Senas will be spending a lot of money on airfare, its a long way from Honolulu to Atlanta to Tallahassee. Must be at least 14 hours of flt time to atlanta.

  136. Ralph May 10, 2010 12:17 am

    it’s about $1200 one way non stop from HNL to Atlanta, possible for better pricing by shopping around, but that’s what I paid one way from Chicago to HNL for my daughter. I told her that her round trip ticket cost more than a year at UH West Oahu. Good luck to Courtney, I’m sure she knows that her scholarship doesn’t cover transportation cost, too bad she couldn’t find a west coast school she likes.

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