Fehoko gets PSU release

Two seasons after leaving UH to become Portland State’s head coach, Jerry Glanville is coming to the Warriors’ defense.
Glanville allowed defensive back Daniel Smith to join the Vikings and he signed a scholarship release for offensive lineman Whitley Fehoko.
In February, Smith, who will be a freshman this season, filed a lawsuit against UH, claiming it reneged on a promise to honor a scholarship offer made in April 2007. UH argued that Jeff Reinebold, who was a UH assistant coach at the time, was not authorized to make the offer, and that any verbal offer was not binding after June Jones resigned as UH head coach in January.
Glanville said Smith is a walk-on.
Fehoko, who originally played at San Diego State, left there and signed a scholarship agreement with Portland State. But because of family reasons, he wanted to return to Hawai‘i. The release allows him to contact UH. His father is Vili the Warrior.


  1. Tanks Ah! July 27, 2008 8:29 am

    first! Morning Tsaikos.

  2. Jon July 27, 2008 8:30 am

    Some of these young men get veeerrryyyy confused on where they want to go to school

  3. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 8:30 am

    I hope Glanville gets Smith to drop the lawsuit.

    Wouldn’t it be funny if we played against Portland State while Smith is on their team? How ironic that would be!

  4. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 8:32 am

    Brought this over from last blog…

    Eh when we was talking about the slingbox when going overseas, anybody heard of the Hawaii IPTV where can watch Hawaii TV stations just like the slingbox? Found this after seeing if there was actually a slingbox with Hawaii TV, but I guess this is mo betta’…


  5. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 8:33 am

    I dunno when our local boys goin unnerstand there’s no place like home…

  6. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 8:34 am

    Das cool if Whitley can join the Warriors, hope he just as nawts as his faddah…tee huu!!!

  7. Committed Lurker July 27, 2008 8:38 am


    Nice to hear this about Fehoko. Hopefully he’ll join UH.

  8. MeiLing July 27, 2008 8:41 am

    Welcome home, Whitley Fehoko!

  9. Hoohiki July 27, 2008 8:42 am

    Question: How many local boys on the team now did we offer scholarships to initially but chose to commit to mainland schools instead, but then eventually transferred to UH? How many of them ended up with scholarships? I can think of Kealoha Pilares (Air Force), David Veikune (?Colorado)….LaCount…

  10. lava1 July 27, 2008 8:46 am

    Slow Mary Smith isn’t going to see any playing time in Portland.

  11. Stephen Tsai July 27, 2008 8:48 am

    Pauoa Boy:
    Thanks for the link. One of my classmates, Pauline Nomura, runs one of our ad departments, and they were pushing sales of that Hawai‘i channel. I think they sold less than 300, which didn’t justify the amount of ads and such. But the family who owns the New York Islanders is the chief investor in the system. And it has K5 archives, so that’s kind of cool. I remember when Oceanic’s Sports on Demand used to offer archived telecasts, like UH’s victories over BYU in football. I guess they moved it over to this system.

  12. Jon July 27, 2008 8:49 am

    the oceanic archives were cool. I had a great time watching the 1990 BYU win a couple years ago

  13. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 8:51 am

    ST – Yups, I’m thinking of getting one…found it last night after searching to see if Hawaii had any slingoboxes that pertained just to local TV…and stumbled on this. Looks like a good deal especially for us mainland guys and deploying military guys too…

  14. bonar July 27, 2008 9:01 am


  15. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 9:26 am

    ST: typo: renegade = reneged ???

  16. Esme July 27, 2008 9:29 am

    Hi, gang! Hi, ST! Hope you all are having a really wonderful Sunday!

    I know I’ve been MIA much too much. So sorry. My sister and her brood are doing their annual summer stay with us … and they are camping in the computer room! So ‘puter time is limited. All I’m able to do is lurk on the blog here and there and then dash off again.

    So, yes … I’m doing an Esme. bwaaaaaaaa…

    OK, back later, I hope.

  17. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 9:32 am

    Hey- I just want to shout out to the WASHINGTON REDSKIN FANS who may be lurking here. WELCOME and please say HI and let us know when you need a translation of our quirky language here. OR, just immerse yourselves in Tsai-ko culture and have a good laugh!

  18. FloridaTed July 27, 2008 9:49 am

    Morning / afternoon, Tsai-Meister and Tsaiko-Nation.

    Like your WAC outlook a lot, it really reinforces my opinion that this years WAC battle is wide open and Hawaii will be smack in the middle of it. There is plenty of speculation and the usual predictions going on, but mainly, judging from last years overall down year, many question marks for almost all teams. These big unknowns will make for an exciting season. We’re still the WAC champs, somebody will have to knock us off first, until then, bring it on.

    If this season will turn out to be the success I expect, recruiting will get even better and more blue chippers will stay home. Man, I’m so ready for kick-off.

  19. addahknowjoe July 27, 2008 9:49 am

    OK. ST still pulling a jojo/Esme.

    We’re still waiting here…

    Ayah! Same smell. Different day.

  20. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 10:10 am

    A-Joe… the typo got fixed so he is lurking :mrgreen:

  21. d1島 July 27, 2008 10:10 am

    Great Morning All.

    Nice write up about WAC football this morning. Starts to get the blood pumping in anticipation of the upcoming season.

    It’s good to know that Coach Glanville seems to have some Aloha for Hawaii’s program and its people.

    Wonder what’s going on out Wesside?

  22. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc July 27, 2008 10:11 am

    BHF2: Information about Thursday evening’s fundraiser is on the Athletic Department’s website. Tickets are $125 each plus there are some tables left.

    According to player & coach reports, the Domo Turf at Murakami Stadium is fantastic. As a fan, it’s stunning to look at although I know that it took both the Rainbows some time to get used to the “foot feel” and difference in ball-handling However, there are so many different artificial turfs as well as the natural stuff these days that teams quickly learn to adapt.

    If you plan to go see David Hafner, you might want to call him to make sure he’s in his office or to meet him somewhere on campus. If he’s in, he answers his own phone. If he’s not, he returns calls promptly.

  23. d1島 July 27, 2008 10:15 am


    That new service looks like cool stuff for folks away from home.

  24. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc July 27, 2008 10:16 am


    both the Rainbows – delete both.

    Insert a period after handling.


  25. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 10:16 am

    d1- prolly having b-fast somewhere. Me, I’m having chicken bone soup with l/o brown rice. mmmm. (made garlic chicken for da boyz last nite and saved the bones for soup.)

  26. A-House July 27, 2008 10:17 am

    Good morning Doc:

    please email me your phone # – ahousefamilyatyahoodotcom.

    maybe we can talk today.

  27. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 10:17 am


    “A Few of the New Guys on Yesterday’s Crowd”

    “Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii
    It was crazy. I’ve never seen anything like that before. My first year at Hawaii, we were lucky to get 25,000 in our stadium, so to have 28,000 at a practice … that is just unbelievable.”

    Pic of Colt with fans.

  28. d1島 July 27, 2008 10:21 am

    Aloha kakahiaka Liz,

    Mmmmm, da kine shiru make ono saimin.
    I remember Hamura’s used to make there own but heard not anymore.

  29. d1島 July 27, 2008 10:25 am

    House chore fo’ do…

    Esme and out 😉

  30. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 10:27 am

    d1- da shiro come outa da package now.
    Good news- get one odda saimin stand in Kalaheo now. Da shiro is similar to Hamura (get msg too… gotta drink planny wada) but da noodles is different. Very thin- and no swell up. Do if you get L/O (and I did), you can warm em up again aftah and enjoy!

  31. Kekoa July 27, 2008 10:28 am

    A-joe ~ Aiysoos, ST bin porget you boi! So pack it up and break camp. Get any leffovah stinky bait…you know where to drop it off. Nah, nah, just kidding.

    ST bin workin’ da WB like the dedicated sports guru that we all know and love. We depend on our blogmeister for fresh news from his exclusive sources. J’like Pizza Hut…He delivers!

    So ‘Tizer Management & Union officials, get it together…the man bleeds printer ink for you! Spends even more time chasing delayed and often very late airline flights to hell and back. C’mon give your people a decent incentive to stay with you!

    Note to ST: Take your meds, and enjoy being home with your family today.

  32. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 10:29 am

    omg… typos… shiro=shiru Do=So
    blah blah blah

    Hi Doc!

  33. Stretch July 27, 2008 10:35 am

    Just finished watching the Boise St game from last year and now put in the 2001 game against Miami (Ohio). Now can watch 3 current coaches in their playing days.

  34. Stretch July 27, 2008 10:39 am

    forgot about the defensive side – Chris Brown
    Offense – Nick Rolovich, Brian Smith, & midori’s honey Craig Stutzmann. (Sorry John Hee, you not in Hawaii no more, gotta move on)

  35. Stretch July 27, 2008 10:46 am

    What are the odds of Fehoko coming back?? What class would be be?? Sophmore, Junior?? Would he have to sit out a year??

  36. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 10:58 am

    I would think Fehoko has 3yrs. to play 2, and would be considered a Junior now…I’m thinking…somebody know the legit facts though?

  37. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 11:02 am

    He would be a great addition to an already solid OLine. 6’1″ 320lbs. can bench press 490lbs… comes from the Fehoko bloodline, nawts like Vili…sheesh could see him pancaking guys in a Warrior uniform…

  38. Ralph July 27, 2008 11:04 am

    question I have is, will UH use a scholie on him while we have a house full of walk ons who committed to UH and have been in the system for 2 years…guy like Bain, 4 years and he finally gets his due this fall with a scholie. I’m sure there are others who are playing for the love of the game and paying their own way.

  39. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 11:14 am

    I would think UH would try to snatch him up, especially with AhSoon, Steiny, and Lafu all Seniors this year, could use another Olineman with game experience. Plus Whitley being a former All-State player is no slouch by any means, so I dunno if it was me looking at the experience we are losing on the OLine I would try and get him…IMHO

  40. Ralph July 27, 2008 11:17 am

    In the wings we got Letuli, Kia, Ginlack, Hansen to name a few O line guys ready to step..trying to remember who else is O line, Hisatake, La count, Tuiasosopo, quite a few good, young guys coming up…

  41. FloridaTed July 27, 2008 11:30 am

    Even though we have quite a few seniors this year, we are well stocked with a lot of talent everywhere. If the recruiting keeps going at the pace Big Mack has started this year, we’ll be top level for a long time. Losing seasons may be a thing of the past. Wouldn’t that be peachy?

  42. FloridaTed July 27, 2008 11:32 am

    The one guy I’m really curious about is Hisatake. Anybody know about his actual progress, as well as starter or top back-up potential?

  43. JaM July 27, 2008 11:33 am

    Good Morning to all!

    Is Whitley really reaurning to UH?

    With so many students changing schools..could it be that when the schollies are offered that the evaluations by the kids are not thorough enough?
    Sometimes just being pursued (wanted) by a school; things are not looked at objectively. Hope there are people out there that will give advice to the kids and it is not just football…such as school majors; city/town community (weather included)they will be in; maturity of the student to be on their own, etc. It is such a costly endeavor to change schools and to transfer credits that are countable towards a major…

    Go Warriors!

  44. JaM July 27, 2008 11:35 am

    Correction to #43: “Is Whitley really returning to UH?”

  45. JaM July 27, 2008 11:35 am

    Hi FloridaTed!

  46. JaM July 27, 2008 11:36 am

    Hi Ralph!

  47. FloridaTed July 27, 2008 11:40 am

    Good Sunday to you, JaM.

  48. A-House July 27, 2008 12:25 pm

    wow, a lull in traffic!!!!!!!!

  49. curveball July 27, 2008 12:28 pm

    Sunday chores……. dang

  50. JaM July 27, 2008 12:30 pm

    Hi A-House..

    Hi curveball…
    still lurking…

  51. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 12:42 pm


    “I liked what I saw and we have a long way to go, there’s no doubt about it but when you’re out there and watching, you’re seeing some of the young kids compete. I’ve seen it in pass rush today, I was watching (Phillip) Merling make a move in there I saw (Davone) Bess catch a ball out here today and (Jalen) Parmele run with the thing. You see the young kids competing and see the veterans making plays like Vonnie Holliday making some plays in the backfield. I was impressed with that on day one. We have a long way to go right now and one of the things we are trying to educate our team on, and I think they’ll tell you that, is ways to win and ways to lose right now and all those good things, and coming out here and being consistent and playing with a lot of energy each day.”

  52. Jayson July 27, 2008 1:01 pm

    Pauoa Boy – I’ve had my IPTV box for a few months now. For the most part it is good, I wish they would update the service a little more often though. I know at times I pretty much watched most of the programs they had available. Glad you said something about taking it on deployments, that had never occurred to me. We’ll see in a few months how that works out…


  53. Stephen Tsai July 27, 2008 1:05 pm

    Sorry, I’ve been dozing on and off today, while watching VH1’s 70s.
    Hisatake is doing very well. He’s going to battle Aaron Kia at left tackle.
    Kainoa LaCount won’t arrive until at least a week late. Not sure if he’ll be in the mix.

  54. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 1:10 pm

    Hi ST!
    It’s a dozing kinda day!

  55. FloridaTed July 27, 2008 1:12 pm

    So, Tsai-Meister, that means Hisatake should be at least a top back-up, like 1a?

  56. FloridaTed July 27, 2008 1:14 pm

    Depth, baby, plenty depth, yes!

  57. d1島 July 27, 2008 1:20 pm

    Wow, unreal….
    Found one bottle of “Friggen Awesome” Bean Soup in da fridge.

    Whoa, ONO! 😀

  58. d1島 July 27, 2008 1:21 pm

    Had some really CLEAN veggies inside….


  59. Stretch July 27, 2008 1:21 pm

    Whoa ST is making an appearance…..

  60. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 1:23 pm

    Jayson – Right on I would figure would have someupdate glitches but das pretty cool too catch some local TV while on the mainland or overseas…

    Not taking away from anybody already on the OLine, but just saying if Fehoko was added to the mix, whew just imagine the possibilities. Lots of depth is always a good thing…

  61. Stretch July 27, 2008 1:23 pm

    d1 – i hope you when share with da mrs.

  62. d1島 July 27, 2008 1:24 pm


  63. d1島 July 27, 2008 1:26 pm

    actually she wen share with me.

  64. JaM July 27, 2008 1:26 pm

    Good afternoon ST..

    LizK thanks for all the links..am enjoying…

    will be doing an esme soon…

    last track meet for the summer today…at the new Roosevelt track..should be real nice but for the six lanes…

    Go warriors!

  65. Stretch July 27, 2008 1:26 pm

    d1 – no worry, i wouldn’t share either. pretty soon you can buy um in the store. that’s the only way ST will ever taste it.

  66. Ralph July 27, 2008 1:28 pm

    enjoyed the music soundtrack on the bears site…we need something like that whenever a lurker opens the UH athletics website and the warrior beat site…a rendition of the lion sleeps tonight as we read and post on the blog, add a personal touch to the sites

  67. Garret July 27, 2008 1:33 pm

    I think that Liz might have posted this already, but just in case my memory is wrong.

    WR Davone Bess caught everything with his hands and made two of the better catches in the morning practice.

  68. Garret July 27, 2008 1:36 pm

    Interview with Colt from a couple of days ago–I was really busy then so I don’t remember if this was posted. A few things stood out to me here.


    “I kind of got ran ragged out there in Hawaii. I remember having media call for like 45 minutes or an hour and it would just be crazy. It is kind of nice to be able to get in and I definitely don’t mind it.”


    “That was Coach Jones. I wasn’t the first kid he did that for. Pisa Tinoisamoa, the Rams linebacker, he got him right out of jail. Davone Bess, my receiver, he got him right out of jail. It almost felt good to go to a guy like Coach Jones who saw past the media articles and saw past the perception to give guys a chance. He knew Hawaii was a great place to give guys a second chance, and he had a great track record with giving players a second chance and them going off and having a lot of success.”

  69. Garret July 27, 2008 1:37 pm

    The comment on the article is pretty consistent with a lot of other comments about Colt that we’ve heard.

    I have had the honor to meet Colt here in D.C. at a LUAU and see that he’s very down to earth he is all what I’ve been told from people from Hawaii has said lots of Aloha and Honesty.IMUA Colt Brennan—–Transplants of the Mainland. Gvem Kimo

  70. Garret July 27, 2008 1:39 pm

    I guess that Idaho has officially changed Kama to Shelden.

    Corey White, a redshirt freshman, will be there along with true freshman Shelden Bailey, the offensive player of the year for the state of Hawaii last season. Bailey ran for 2,098 yards and 22 touchdowns, averaging 10.9 yards per carry as a high school senior. He also had 1,600 yards rushing as a junior and returns kicks.

  71. Garret July 27, 2008 1:40 pm

    Sorry, got to pull an Esme now.

  72. losthawaiian July 27, 2008 1:44 pm

    Pauoa Boy, I have had the IPTV for the last year. It’s ok like jayson said. I also wish they would update the programming faster. The only thing I watch nowadays is the local newscasts for KITV and KGMB.

  73. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 1:52 pm

    losthawaiian – right on, was thinking of purchasing one soon to keep up whenever I gotta go someplace. Seems like a good deal…

    I never understood why someone would want to go to school in Idaho to play football??? Nothing against the team but why would a local boy of all places chose to go to another WAC school especially Idaho??? I could see going to maybe Boise St…grrr…but the Vandals??? WTF??? I guess he’ll miss home when we kick there arse at the end of the year…

  74. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 1:56 pm

    PB- sometimes players go to a school that best suits their college major.

  75. d1島 July 27, 2008 2:00 pm

    OK, I’ve been pulling a “Stephen” here in front of the ‘puter and dozing off; bettah go crash lillo bit…

  76. Kekoa July 27, 2008 2:08 pm


    July 27th, 2008 at 1:20 pm
    Wow, unreal….
    Found one bottle of “Friggen Awesome” Bean Soup in da fridge.

    Whoa, ONO! 😎

    Just in case you are wondering what D-1 is referring to. It’s Sistah UHfan808’s new line of soup.

    Click on my name for a look at “The Label to Make Sure You Put on Your Table!”

  77. Kekoa July 27, 2008 2:12 pm

    Sorry…I blew the block quote, but you get the gist of what D-1 was trying to say about her very exclusive recipe. Imagine how we could “gas power’ our Warrior front line with this stuff! Whoa! Talk about an explosive offense!

  78. curveball July 27, 2008 2:15 pm


    are you lurking??
    is it time to freeze the beer yet?

  79. Da Punchbowl Kid July 27, 2008 2:19 pm

    Hiya Tsaikos! Biya Tsaikos! We’re goin’ on a picinic! Chat more later. Good news about SOV! (Son Of Vili) 🙂

  80. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 2:21 pm

    Wow, Kekoa… I nevva know dat! UHFan808 had hire jeje or what? No kidding- jeje’s PBS is the best I have ever eaten!

  81. Kekoa July 27, 2008 2:32 pm

    Tsaiko Villagers ~ I’m taking in this new info on W. Fehoko with a XL grain of Hawaiian salt. There are some issues to look into first before anything official happens anyway. Something that Doris Sullivan might be able to help us with.

    First, I want to know what his academics are looking like. Then, I’d like a coaches evaluation of what his playing ability was before this sudden change of plans.

    Thirdly, I want to know how other players around him had reacted to his work ethic, and personality. In other words, does he work hard on his own and is he a team player/leader.

    My sources say that these 3 areas are suspect, and should be checked top to bottom, side to side. ‘Nuff sed.

  82. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 2:34 pm


    Can we have more emoticons like summa these???


  83. Kekoa July 27, 2008 2:37 pm

    Liz ~ Dats why I posted that a challenge should be made betwixt da 2 Pocho’s. Let the T-gate chili challenge be launched at the Weber State game.

    Bulla can be da judge since his loyalty will already be suspect, and we can watch him twist in da wind over this as well.

  84. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 2:40 pm

    “• Today’s practice featured a lot of check down passes. Most passing plays were to backs or third receivers. I don’t if this was be design but I’m guessing it was.
    • Jason Campbell had a good practice and continues to improve. He made a few very nice passes but few if any beyond 15 yards.
    • Todd Collins continues to look shaky in camp. He did have one play where he threw a very nice pass 15 yards downfield to tight end Jason Goode, who dropped it in spectacular fashion.
    Colt Brennan had the play of the day with a seam pass to Jason Goode who made a nice one-handed grab.
    • Colt Brennan committed the gaff of the day with a poor throw that was picked by Shawn Springs
    • Shawn Springs played safety during today’s practice.


  85. Kekoa July 27, 2008 2:44 pm

    Bulla ~ I oni jokin’ K! No send da Tita aftah me braddah…pluheeze! Lyn, sistah, I went Holy Communion in 1975, did two Novena’s since then and marched in da Punchbowl Holy Ghost Parade twice, K! I get good ‘Aura’ my Filipino Psychic said.

  86. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 2:57 pm

    Aunty Liz – Realleh, I would like to know what majors Idaho has that we don’t, I no think having a degree in potato growing counts ah?…or does it haha, j/k…oh wells nothing against Kama or Shelden…whatevas…but he’ll see what it’s like going against the Warrior D, I feel sorry…

  87. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 3:00 pm

    Aiyah I neva know UHfan808 was Podagee??? I like sample dah soup shmall kine…

  88. Hoohiki July 27, 2008 3:22 pm

    Pauoa Boy: I don’t know who else offered scholarships to Kama Bailey, but I’m sure he wouldv’e stayed home if UH had offered him one, instead of asking him to be a walk on. I don’t know what else UH wanted from the State Player of the Year. Pilares and he would’ve made a great tandem. But, gotta trust the UH coaches analysis and decision.

  89. Ralph July 27, 2008 3:31 pm

    wasn’t Kama asked to grey shirt but he wanted to play right away…same with Tesoro out of Baldwin, he felt he could play immediately with UNLV rather than sit at UH

  90. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 3:41 pm

    Hoohiki – No matters if homegrown players stay or go, I only follow the Warriors anyway when it comes to college football. When we play any other school with homegrown players, on the field it’s WAR!!!…off the field then it’s all good. I believe in Coach Mack and what he is doing with our Warrior team, if he didn’t offer the schollie’s to certain players, I know there was probably a good reason behind it. I trust his judgement and know not everyone can be on our Top 25 Warrior team!!!

  91. bighilofan2 July 27, 2008 3:44 pm

    Howzit y’all. 34 an countin.

    so I wuz at a feel good thingamajig today for all da big islanders honored into the big isle sports hall ah fame. spoke to peeps about the jv stuff. “dats all BOE” said a State high high rank. gheez, da babuuzas! den we talked about the Cooke Ching Field fix. “It just don’t look right” said da State big peep. “yu got dat right,” i tole da bradda. “go talk to junior” I told da bradda. “He knows,” said da supah peep. We’ll see. Sumtimes yu need one full on skillet to da side ah da head for give da kine clear message.

    but i learned something about big islanders today. we have had some great community servants in the past, and we have some great community servants today. Go Hawaii!

  92. MeiLing July 27, 2008 3:44 pm

    They prolly don’t know how to pronounce “Kama” in Idaho.

    At NAU, I helped the announcer with Hawaiian pronunciation, so now Talmadge Pea is now listed on the roster as Kainoa Pe’a, and they can say it correctly. I’m sure Kainoa asked them to change the name on the roster. Sweet kid, that guy.

    Went to the AZ Cardinals practice this afternoon. Being the Aunty that I am, I gave Hercules Satele some lychee that one of my hula sistahs brought yesterday. Told him to share it with the guys. They had Hercules (67) playing center for the practice drills. (?) [This is where my manini knowledge of football terms will show. But no can go “Coach” McMackin’s wahine class…] Travis LaBoy (55) was easy to spot cuz of his hair; nice hair, guy! Doing good work. He was glad I represented wearing a UH t-shirt. Saw Aaron Francisco (47) on the field. Hard to miss Deuce Letui.

    The quarterbacks were running some drills right in front of where I was sittling in the bleachers. Kurt Warner still has it!

    I’ll send ST some pictures, so he can post them.

  93. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 3:47 pm

    Plus too on the flip side, as a player you want to be on the field and having to redshirt, greyshirt, wait your turn sometimes makes you frustrated. Most guys can get through it by working hard and having a great attitude. The others tend to give up and feel they can start elsewhere, so they leave for greener pastures.

    Nothing against Kama, but as for me, IMHO…I would have never chose to go to Idaho…especially for football if I was a state player of the year…
    If he went for academic reasons, then good on him, but still kind of scratching my head on it though…

  94. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 3:55 pm

    MeiLing – thanks for the update on the Cardinals local/poly boys… I like there team, they should be in the playoffs this year hopefully. Kurt Warner I feel is better suited for there offense then Matt Leinart is. I heard he was trying to change his contract for a couple more years or something like that??? Anyway, I think Laboy is on the rise to becoming a very solid DE/LB in the NFL. Too bad he couldn’t stick with the Titans but I think he’ll be better off with the Cardinals. Didn’t Hercules play a little center at UH too once in awhile? That’s good for him if he can play multiple line positions.

  95. Kekoa July 27, 2008 4:59 pm

    Mei Ling ~ No need expert commentary about da boyz at camp. Just let it flow! Stuff like sharing Lychee wid dem is da kine human interest stuff we like. We appreciate that and any photos. If ST can do it, so can you!

    Even mentioning the actual positions you see them practicing at is vera kewl. Bonus would be if you see them ‘level’ someone and then only they manage to walk away from the collision!

  96. Dennis Halloran July 27, 2008 5:28 pm

    Whitley was kicked off the last team he played for and it was a bad team. Where there is smoke there is fire!

  97. Dennis Halloran July 27, 2008 5:33 pm

    With regard to Idaho, It is an excellent school in a great location. Moscow is one of those great college towns people adapt to quickly. I tried to get my son to go there but he liked the beaches at UCSB better

  98. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 5:37 pm


  99. momotaro July 27, 2008 5:49 pm

    We should be happy that Bailey went to Idaho. It allows more homegrown talent to be showcased at the Division I-A level, and the WAC needs Idaho (and USU and NMSU) to get better in order to gain respect in football. Idaho’s football program really got screwed when Erickson left to take the job at ASU.

  100. Da Punchbowl Kid July 27, 2008 5:50 pm

    wunhunnert by cracky!

  101. Da Punchbowl Kid July 27, 2008 5:51 pm


  102. Da Punchbowl Kid July 27, 2008 5:57 pm

    I’m glad you were there, askin the hard questions. Does the Ching Field deal look like it’s resolved at this point? I noticed that everybody’s favorite “consultant” wasn’t low bidder.

  103. djmitcho July 27, 2008 6:03 pm

    Bailey going to Idaho could also have been financial. A full ride scholly vs. paying full tuition even at home is a huge consideration.

  104. Ralph July 27, 2008 6:08 pm

    Whitley also came out of his last spring of fb at SDSU as a non starter, he was demoted and news posted on the SDSU site mentioned that he wasn’t happy with his position status….Athletes got to work hard year round and hopefully earn playing time…look at the miami dolphins, first day practice cuts, two veterans who came in poorly conditioned got to axe, a message sent over the bow by the coach and Parcells.

  105. Ralph July 27, 2008 6:15 pm

    SDSU list 3 polys from Hawaii, 2 are starting…all seem to be out of Ewa…Kapolei HS. Sam Fehoko is listed 3rd team sam LB at Texas Tech out of spring.

  106. Kekoa July 27, 2008 6:16 pm

    Dennis ~ I believe you will find more background info on Whitley in newspapers in your area, along with personal observations from former team members. Academics might be a concern. I hope coach Mack handles this one with kid gloves and shines the light of truth into every nook and cranny.

  107. Ralph July 27, 2008 6:16 pm

    correction, at mike LB at TT

  108. SteveM July 27, 2008 6:27 pm

    Betcha there’s a bunch of sleep-deprived Tsai-kos napping around now… :D:

    Saturday – August 16, 2008
    Krazy Karaoke 8:00 PM – 12:00 midnight (minimum)

    The large room at the Young Street Krazy Karaoke holds at least 55 persons. STRETCH has made the reservation and put down the deposits.

    Same arrangement as last April 19’s Krazy Karaoke Call

    • bring your own drinks (this room has a lot more cooler space)
    • bring snacks and pupu’s (optional)
    • $15 per person to cover room rental/karaoke
    • pay Stretch or designee at the door that night

    Current RSVP Count = 46

    RSVP on blog or email SteveM — stevem.hnl (at) gmail.com
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
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  109. Pauoa Boy July 27, 2008 6:35 pm

    Idaho should be dropped from our conference period along with Utah St…

    I not hating on Kama’s decision I’m just saying if it was me I wouldn’t have chosen to go to Idaho. It may be a good academic school or whatever but I’m talking football here and Idaho sucks at football! Kama will make them better but not enough to help the WAC at all! Anyway, hope he does well but could care less cause if you ain’t playing on the home team then too bad so sad!

  110. PIAA DS July 27, 2008 6:36 pm


    Kama was not asked to greyshirt by UH. He was never offered and only contacted once by UH when they asked invited him to walk on.

    state POY, running backs are a dime a dozen and he had to compete for scholarships with all the other state and conference POY’s. Being POY in Hawaii doesnt guarantee a big scholarship, never has, never will. Kama is a great kid with a good head on his shoulders. I hope he feels he made the right decision for himself and feels good about it.

    Yes Idaho has been screwed several times with coaches leaving. Hopefully now they can do something. So many players left/quit over the past 3 years as they went thru coaches like water, but I hope they can pull together a decent season. Let Utah State be the bottom of the barrell, Idaho has been good to our local kids, athletes and non athletes alike. We’ve had golfers, tennis and other athletes go there and do well. If UH doesnt want them or cant take them, then the athlete should feel free to do and go where they want without guilt.

    Adios. Hasta la Vista Y’all. Yee Haa from Texas

  111. jojo ® July 27, 2008 6:44 pm

    Kekoa – jeje has been refining his PBS. He’s trying to make it how his mama used to make it. Delicious!
    ooh, dinner time

  112. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 6:52 pm

    jojo- I hope jeje will test his PBS at the Weber State T-Gate!!!

  113. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 6:54 pm

    uh oh—

    HA TECHS- server is burping!

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  114. Ralph July 27, 2008 6:58 pm

    thank you Doris, we know we can count on you to keep us on track

  115. A-House July 27, 2008 7:10 pm

    Doris S:

    Hope you are considering applying for the “compliance” position at UH.

    Current “acting” person is a good person, but does not have your experience and knowledge. She, I’m sure, can learn a lot from you and maybe vice versa.

  116. A-House July 27, 2008 7:11 pm


    Are you home? Got couple of school supply boxes for you.

  117. A-House July 27, 2008 7:12 pm

    Is there to be a portugese bean soup challenge at the Weber State tailgate?

    Mrs A-House is thinking of participating.

  118. Ralph July 27, 2008 7:16 pm

    PBS contest, i volunteer to be a tester..3 so far, UHfan808. Mrs. A House and Jeje…

  119. MeiLing July 27, 2008 7:20 pm

    Must be a PBS day! I defrosted some & had it for din din tonight. Yum!

    ST ~ I sent you 3 emails with pics.

  120. Stretch July 27, 2008 7:24 pm

    July 27th, 2008 at 7:12 pm
    Is there to be a portugese bean soup challenge at the Weber State tailgate?

    That could be dangerous. Good thing all the Tsaikos don’t sit together, I would feel sorry for the people sitting around the area.

  121. las vegas July 27, 2008 7:30 pm

    Re;Fehoko was he not leaning towards UH, but mom wanted him to go to the mainland?

    I know he was a stud in high school, but until he proves himself, he’s a kid who for whatever reason was unable to make it and got a release from a DII school

  122. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 7:42 pm

    Stretch, I didn’t get it til hubby told me Stretch means beans and gas!

    so, now I know.

  123. Garret July 27, 2008 7:43 pm

    Miami’s coach talked about the competition between Reagan and Grigsby.

    (On the fullback battle) “Well the fullback battle is interesting because it’s a hard position in this league to find. I think when you’re looking for fullbacks you don’t see a lot of them on the street, and if you find one, most times the team is going to keep them for a long time. With our guys, these two players (Boomer Grigsby and Reagan Mauia) are both converted players. They both played on the other side of the ball at one point. So the mentality, they have a defensive mentality, which is important when you’re playing that position. Now both of them are intelligent guys and that’s important when you’re playing the position on offense because of the protection, the run game, all of the things that go along with it, the pass game, they have to be involved in that way as well. That will be an interesting competition. We got a little look at it yesterday, its only day seeing them in pads, but as we get on in this they get a lot of swings, they get a lot of at bats out there as fullbacks. We’ll get a chance to see a bunch of it, and I think it will separate itself really pretty clearly.”

  124. Garret July 27, 2008 7:46 pm

    Interesting that the Dolphins are being built from the exact blueprint that was used in Dallas…and that in Dallas they only kept *one* FB on their roster. I don’t think that Reagan was used on special teams in Miami or with the Warriors, but Grigsby has been a special teams standout in the NFL. So, Reagan will really have to battle because the deck is stacked against him.

    (On if when he was in Dallas they kept two fullbacks) “No, we really didn’t keep two fullbacks. It’s hard to keep two fullbacks that way, but special teams is a key factor. In Dallas, our fullback was a special teams player and a pretty good one. Early on through the nature of the position because of the grind of the position from bumps and bruises; all of a sudden maybe you couldn’t use him on special teams as much one way or the other. But here, I know Boomer has played special teams and Reagan is working with our special teams right now, so that will be important for whoever makes this team. The fullback will need to be able to contribute on that area.”

  125. Garret July 27, 2008 7:48 pm

    The battle could come down to Reagan vs. the #3 TE. Or, Miami should use Reagan as their #2 or #3 TE…I remember how JJ used him as a TE against Purdue and he crushed Purdue’s DE all game.

    (On the number of tight ends he keeps on the roster) “It all depends on what we do with again the fullback situation, that whole thing. That’s not a secret. That’s the way it comes down in this league. With the fullbacks, the tight ends, how you are mixing and matching those people that will depend. But a large part of that will depend on who does what on special teams. You’ll have a couple of guys that will separate themselves at the tight end position and then you’ll have this argument about getting the guy into the game, the third guy in the game, whether that be the third tight end or eventually a second fullback and who can do more jobs. And this comes down to jobs in the games. When I say jobs I mean plays. We’re play-snap counters, at least I am. I want to know whoever we bring into the game is going to give us 15, 20 snaps at the game. I’m not interested in having a guy at the game that’s not going to give us any plays.”

  126. Garret July 27, 2008 7:50 pm

    This reporter thinks that Miami has already chosen to keep 3 TEs and 1 FB, and that their TE roster spots are probably already set.

    FBs Reagan Mauia and Boomer Grigsby are alternating with the first team in what should be a heavyweight battle for the job. The loser will most likely get whacked by Sparano. … In the TE logjam, it seems obvious that the former Dallas regime favor Anthony Fasano with David Martin expected to be the backup. Justin Peelle, who Sparano liked when he was evaluating him for the draft in 2002, will probably edge Sean Ryan for a roster spot.

  127. Garret July 27, 2008 7:53 pm

    The revised (7/27/08) depth chart here has Reagan ahead of Grigsby.

    FB Reagan Mauia, Boomer Grigsby

    C Samson Satele, Steve McKinney, Matt Spanos

    RWR Ted Ginn Jr., David Kircus, Davone Bess, Jayson Foster, Anthony Armstrong

  128. Garret July 27, 2008 7:54 pm

    Now for a different Miami paper–this reporter blogged about Miami’s practices.

    Davone Bess continues to show off his great hands, while Foster runs so fast, he has to slow down to wait for the pass to get to him.

  129. Stretch July 27, 2008 8:01 pm

    Davone Bess continues to show off his great hands, while Foster runs so fast, he has to slow down to wait for the pass to get to him.

    I would think any team would want a sure handed receiver than a faster receiver. If the guy no can catch, it don’t matter how fast he can run past the coverage.

  130. Garret July 27, 2008 8:01 pm

    Jessica Simpson will be attending the Cowboys’ training camp…they should have quite a media circus when she shows up.

    Papa Joe Simpson attended this afternoon’s workout. Jessica didn’t join him on the hour-or-so-drive from Encino, Calif., but Papa Joe said his daughter would be here “soon.” She’s a huge Cowboys fan who just happens to be dating the franchise quarterback.

  131. Garret July 27, 2008 8:03 pm


    I agree with you regarding hands vs. speed. The thing is, Miami has several spots open right now so Bess isn’t competing directly with any single WR.

  132. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 8:04 pm

    Thanks for the info, Garret! I’ve been reading mostly about the Redskins… speaking of which… I copied a sequence of images from this morning’s practice on my blog- showing Colt in the huddle as and NFL QB. I don’t know about you, but it was almost a chicken skin kind of feeling- seeing his dreams coming true…

  133. Garret July 27, 2008 8:20 pm


    Colt has been getting a lot of coverage and I appreciate you and the others for posting about him! Samson gets basically no coverage because he has the starting spot locked up, which means that Bess and Reagan are the ones in the news there.

  134. Hoohiki July 27, 2008 8:31 pm

    I thought Romo dropped Simpson already. She’s too much of a distraction…
    I’m not much of a Cowboys fan, so maybe the distraction’s a good thing.

  135. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 8:39 pm

    Garret- any word on Jason Rivers or CJ Hawthorne???

  136. Garret July 27, 2008 8:47 pm


    The news reports indicated that Romo dumped her due to her father’s interference, but she got him back. They have had several public outings since then…good photo ops that help her career.

  137. Garret July 27, 2008 8:49 pm


    I haven’t heard anything about either Rivers or Hawthorne…which is a very, very bad sign since if they aren’t in a camp now their chances of making a NFL team is very low. I hope that they can get on a CFL team this season if they want to continue with football.

  138. Hoohiki July 27, 2008 8:52 pm

    I remember when Fehoko chose to go away to SDSU. I was somewhat disappointed he didn’t choose to stay at UH. I remember him on the sidelines with his father, Vili, during warrior games beating the drums. It seemed so natural for him to stay. Anyway, now with the news of him wanting to come home after unsuccessful bouts at SDSU and reneging on his committment to PS makes me a little wary of his conviction to play football. Maybe being at home, with the support of family and friends, he’ll get back on track and be able to showcase his talent and focus on what he really wants. Hopefully the Warriors will benefit.

  139. BG July 27, 2008 8:52 pm

    Top of the evening, friends

    What a great weekend this one turned out to be. Terrific weather. Lots and lots of news from around the globe…especially from Garret and his new sidekick, LizK! Meiling too! Used to be was easy to track Warriors playing in the pros…now get so many! 😆 I know Liz must be tracking the Lions since her boy Dizon is there.

    I’ve been amazed that there hasn’t been much talk about fall practice beginning in a week! I can just see the post count going vertical this week. This is going to be a great time to be a Warrior football fan!

    Time for that glass of wine and getting ready for the countdown to reeeal, honest-to-good, local kine football…yee haw!

  140. Garret July 27, 2008 8:58 pm

    China appears to have been caught faking the ages of some of their top athletes to get them to be able to compete in the Olympics.

    Less than two weeks before the Beijing Olympics, a potential scandal involving at least two of China’s most high-profile sports is threatening to tarnish those Games.

    According to documents obtained by The Times, two Chinese gymnasts appear to be younger than once listed by the Chinese federation while a diver appeared to have her age changed to be eligible for last year’s world championships, though she would be eligible for the Olympics.

    One indication that the Beijing government apparently was moving quickly to douse any hint of scandal came late Saturday night, Los Angeles time, as some relevant Chinese websites were taken down and parts of one message board were erased.

    For well over a year, Chinese fans have been intrigued by the quick rise of uneven bars performer He Kexin, and not only for her rising scores of over 17.000 but also about her rising age.

    As reported by the New York Times, there have been open discussions in gymnastics circles about the proper ages for some of the Chinese women gymnasts, especially He. Since 1997, international gymnastics rules have required that a gymnast must turn 16 during an Olympic year to be eligible for the Games.

    According to official Chinese registration lists that had been available on the Internet, He may be only 14.

    In fact, according to an Associated Press report of a Nov. 3, 2007, speech by Liu Peng, director of general administration of sport for China, there was no question she was too young. “The 13-year-old uneven-bar gymnast He Kexin,” Liu said, “who defeated national team athlete Yang Yilin — she just won the bronze medal in the world championships — has demonstrated her ability.” To be eligible for the Chinese City Games where Liu made his remarks, documents show athletes must be over 13 but under 15.

    And gymnastics is not the only sport in which Chinese athletes’ birth dates seem changeable. The Los Angeles Times has received records for female diver Chen Ruolin that indicated her birth date as April 26, 1994, changed in 2007.

  141. al July 27, 2008 8:59 pm

    las vegas….that fehoko went to texas tech. sam fehoko’s mom was trying to get him in to auburn in fact.

    whitley is the older brother.

  142. Hoohiki July 27, 2008 9:06 pm

    Since someone mentioned former Kapolei players….I just have to give a shout out to the HC at Kapolei HS…Darren Hernandez. He was a classmate of mine back in the day, and I would never have imagined him turning out to be such a great coach and helping kids the way he has. He was a class clown and I didn’t even know he played football in HS. That goes to show you that you don’t have to be a stand out football player to be a great coach. During the 80’s, Cambell HS football team was at the bottom of the barrel. He took that program and won a championship. Now he’s at the helm of a very competitive Kapolei program every year; not to mention college coaches are frequently seen on the campus scouting out his players. Just wanted to express my appreciation for what he’s done for the community of West Oahu and the football community in general. Mahalos plenty, Darren!!!

  143. Garret July 27, 2008 9:08 pm


    With the awesome job that Liz has been doing, I think that I am her sidekick…I think there is probably no Warrior in the NFL that Hawaii fans are more interested in getting news on and Liz has really been on it! I had house guests this weekend and have been pretty swamped at work, so I simply cannot keep up with Colt’s news and rely on the blog for my info on him.

  144. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 9:08 pm

    Hey- Congrats to BrianK who passed his driving road test in AZ!!!

  145. BG July 27, 2008 9:15 pm

    There’s no end to BrianK’s talents! Awesome, Brian!

  146. al July 27, 2008 9:16 pm

    ralph…the little birdie tells me that tesoro was not offered. he basically had one solid offer and that was unlv.

  147. Jason July 27, 2008 9:25 pm

    Haha, Liz, you saw that on Facebook, too?

  148. haka July 27, 2008 9:27 pm

    PIAA DS,
    It is always nice to hear a voice of reason with knowledgeable insight and genuine heart for the well being of all our athletes. Thank you for doing a great service for all the youths of Hawaii.

  149. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 9:27 pm

    How did BrianK pass his driving road test? Any link to it?

  150. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 9:33 pm

    Facebook, gigi!

    Yes, Jason… I was trying to reach Brian to see if he had heard from Jason Rivers or CJ… 😉

  151. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 9:34 pm

    Remember my bet that Favre would lead Green Bay to a Super Bowl victory in 2009, if he starts?

    Well, this guy wrote on my blog:

    baegucb Says:

    July 27, 2008 at 8:55 pm edit

    As someone who lives in Wisconsin, I can say that everyone here has mixed feelings about his un-retirement. But I can almost guarantee he won’t be the Green Bay starter, even if the team doesn’t get him traded. My opinion is he’s been a drama queen the past year or two, and should be traded. maybe he’ll be happier somewhere else.

  152. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 9:34 pm

    Garret- I may find Colt links but my housekeeping and other chores have gone to (*#^*# … at least I’m getting the laundry done!

  153. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 9:46 pm

    Well, maybe Rodgers will get injured and Favre will take over.

  154. Jason July 27, 2008 9:54 pm

    Now gigi, don’t tell me you are wishing injury on Aaron Rodgers just so you can win a bet …

  155. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 9:55 pm

    Hubby said GB is being so mean to Favre. They are asking for too much money from these other teams. They are forcing him to start only if Rodgers gets hurt.

    What will that do to my bet?

  156. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 9:57 pm

    I am not sure my bet stated whether Favre had to start from the very beginning of the season or not. Hmmm

  157. Garret July 27, 2008 10:00 pm

    Another Miami paper analyzed the Dolphins’ depth chart.

    FULLBACKS: The new regime really likes the potential of fullback Reagan Mauia, but there is still a reason the team signed Boomer Grigsby as a free agent from Kansas City. These coaches want versatile players, especially at a position such as fullback. Grigsby is a special-teams expert, so Mauia needs to bring some other assets to the table if his stock is going to continue rising.

  158. Ralph July 27, 2008 10:00 pm

    Thanks Al, I thought I read somewhere on either the sportshawaii or warriornetwork that he was offered a scholie from UNLV but UH wanted him to grey shirt…here I go again, to many grey shirts, don’t remember who is coming and who isn’t

  159. Garret July 27, 2008 10:01 pm

    Free play link time. Please ignore my next 5 posts if you do not want the off-topic stuff.

    Great story about how the residents of a tiny Kenyan village sold chickens and cattle to send one of their own to college…and now 8 years later he and his brother are graduates of Dartmouth and Vanderbilt and they established a clinic in that Kenyan village that serves 100 people each day, 85% of them for free. That is an amazing story about giving back to their community!

  160. Garret July 27, 2008 10:01 pm

    Global warming could result in lobsters, crabs, and squid becoming plentiful (thus cheap) while certain fish that are currently cheap due to abundant supply could become harder to find (thus much more expensive).

  161. Garret July 27, 2008 10:02 pm

    The average American spends over $100 more per year on footwear than on vegetables! I’m glad that slippers and Payless are cheap options for my family!

  162. Garret July 27, 2008 10:02 pm

    Interesting that both Obama and McCain are left-handed, so 6 of our 12 presidents since World War II will be left-handed, when just 10% of the population is left-handed.

  163. Garret July 27, 2008 10:03 pm

    First class passenger (who was drunk) on Delta was upset when economy passengers were able to depart the plane before him, so he yanked open the emergency hatch and slid down the chute. He was arrested, of course.

  164. Garret July 27, 2008 10:03 pm

    Free play links pau.

  165. al July 27, 2008 10:10 pm

    gg….didn’t you bet that favre would retirm amd lead the pack to a super bowl ring? you never once mentioned that he had to start the season or any game. you assumed that he would be with green bay. so, if favre is traded or does retire you would still lose your bet.

  166. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 10:12 pm

    I cannot remember what the original bet was. Was it “return” to the team or “start” for the team. If you can find the original bet, let me know.

  167. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 10:17 pm

    Anyway, we got the next 6 months til the Super Bowl to figure this out.

  168. Kekoa July 27, 2008 10:21 pm

    Midori7 ~ pls contact me by email asap for a very important question. (kekoa22 at the aol dot com address)

  169. addahknowjoe July 27, 2008 10:47 pm

    gnite everybody.

    Mahalo everyone for a good fun weekend!

    Big shaka and Mahalo Stretch!


  170. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 27, 2008 10:59 pm

    Nitey Nite and Sweet Dreams!

  171. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 11:13 pm

    OK, al, here’s the last clarification of the bet:


    July 25th, 2008 at 10:24 pm
    gigi-hawaii ©:
    July 25th, 2008 at 9:12 pm
    I corrected the bet because I wanted to make it clear that Favre has to start for the season, not just for the Fall, and that by starting, he will guide the team to a SB victory.
    I have no faith in the other QB.

    If you are “clarifying” you should say clarifying, not correction. When I see correction, it looks like you are changing the bet. Almost like a contract, once it’s signed, you no can change the details.

  172. gigi-hawaii © July 27, 2008 11:15 pm

    So there is the clarification of the bet.

  173. bighilofan2 July 28, 2008 1:40 am

    Good morning Tsaikos everywhere.

    33 days and countin!

    thinking about props Coach Mack been giving to BSmith an da Oline. Fla’s Ds gonna push em around, 3 an out? gonna fine out if da Warriors get da mine fo play wit da bullz fo 60 minutes n da pressha cooka. its been 208 days since the SB, an a$$ all i tink about, da SEC an dare day ah rekoning!


  174. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 28, 2008 1:47 am

    ” Rich Jasper teamed with Steven Kyono and Glen Kyono to win the first-ever Coach Greg McMackin golf tournament, yesterday.”

    Yea Jett’s dad!

  175. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 28, 2008 1:52 am

    Hey- how come not for us???

    “Gas under $4, down 12 cents over two weeks
    The average price of gas dipped below $4 a gallon for the first time since the start of June, according to a national survey.”


  176. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 28, 2008 1:52 am

    OK back to bed.
    Nitey nite again!

  177. MeiLing July 28, 2008 4:08 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!!!

    The bluebirds of happiness are flying around the backyard eating bugs.

    Hi ho, hi ho. Laterz.

  178. Loa July 28, 2008 5:57 am

    morning gang!

    one more week till camp
    time to see who prepared themselves over the summer
    hope they get the cooke field facelift started right away

  179. Stretch July 28, 2008 5:58 am

    Good Morning Tsaikos!!

    Another week of work…. but another day closer to the start of the season and the CC at Phuket Thai.

    BTW gigi –

    gigi-hawaii ©:
    July 27th, 2008 at 11:13 pm
    OK, al, here’s the last clarification of the bet:

    you need to find the ORIGINAL bet, not the “clarification” unless…..

    This is Stretch’s clarification of the bet…

    Favre needs to show up the camp, starting or not, and the bet is on…

  180. koakane™ July 28, 2008 6:09 am

    aloha kakahika gangie

    guess I can add to stretche’s “another week of work” on my end since school start up today.

    please be extra cautious and careful with all da excited children retruning to school. reminder traffic will be heavy around the neighborhood so be safe and watch out for dem.

    play nice today now lattas

  181. Loa July 28, 2008 6:13 am

    morning koakane – good luck on the new school year

  182. JaM July 28, 2008 6:24 am

    Good morning Tsaikos and Tsaikettes and Lurkers!

  183. d1島: July 28, 2008 6:30 am

    Great Morning All.

    Interesting discussion re: Whitley Fehoko. MHO is if he wants to walk-on; no problem, then the coaches can evaluate his worthiness for a schollie based on actual performance in camp.

  184. d1島: July 28, 2008 6:31 am

    Lots of fun this weekend.
    6 F’s abound thanks to the generosity of Tsaikos.
    Lots of Mahalo’s to all.

  185. d1島: July 28, 2008 6:32 am

    PBS contest, eh?

    Will have to let the Mrs. know. 😉

  186. d1島: July 28, 2008 6:37 am

    Have a great week everyone!
    Should be an interesting week.
    Watch for some last minute surprises.


  187. bighilofan2 July 28, 2008 6:41 am


    watch out dem kids. rememba, inside each one ah dem is a koakane 😆 oah 1 ah da substitutes like jj, kekoa, Ajoe, stretch, dpk, d1, bulla, al, da falsies an mahu’z frenz. not da behaved kine like whitey, ralph, oldie, tommui, me 😆 😆 no mattah how yu luuk at it, detenshun iz waitin fo happen. 😆 ah da good ole dayz! 😀

  188. Garret July 28, 2008 6:44 am

    Chicago is a HUGE market for Notre Dame…but their head coach was booed when he showed up for a Cubs game.

    Notre Dame football coach Charlie Weis didn’t exactly feel the love at Wrigley Field Saturday afternoon.

    Weis attempted to sing “Take me out to the ballgame” during the seventh inning stretch, but was clearly interrupted by booing before getting started.

    Weis appeared to be a bit shook up by the reaction, singing way off-key, but eventually settled down to finish the fabled song.

  189. Garret July 28, 2008 6:45 am

    This article added a little more to the story on Weis.

    In addition to the story, Insights friend Kevin sent along this text describing the scene.

    “At Wrigley,” Kevin wrote. “They just BOOED THE (naughty word) out of Charlie Weis.”

    Probably not the best thing for the Notre Dame coach entering his fourth season. All Headline News said Weis appeared flustered by the booing, but eventually settled down. We’re guessing a YouTube video will eventually make its way to the Web showing the booing, but nothing is up yet.

  190. bighilofan2 July 28, 2008 7:07 am

    Capitol-ist/Wassup Doc,

    good morning, I plans fo meet Hafner. He noze da routine. low biddah is low biddah unless get prolems wit da fix. da only prolem is #2 wen make funny kine rule dat jus no look right, so now day call it a advice an not a rule. da bottom line is #1 is #1 an to get caught up in da #1 oah #2 mess is no can no can.
    give em to #1 cuz da public and da hi hi peeps gonna back#1 cuz da #2 ting jus no look right, drags all dem down if make like dat.

    plus, i herd #2 1 class guy who tries hard. nex time. move on. i said all dat jus in case somebody needed da skillet to da side ah da head fo get da signal.

    fix da field asap! biggest delay iz paypahwok
    guyz, start at 745 an out da doah @ exakly 430p, biggest no can in da no can world! reminez me ah SB. no can dat kine ~ no can!!! likity split!

    “January 8, 2008 – started the biggest turnaround in UH Athletics’ history. Admin wuz da biggest part of the turnaround. Yeaaaa!!!!” Go Go Go.


  191. djmitcho July 28, 2008 7:36 am

    Good Morning to the Tsaiko village. Hope everyone had a good weekend and I hope everyone has a good week!

  192. Bulla July 28, 2008 7:49 am

    good morning Tsaikos,

    have a good ‘back to school’ monday. no worry kekoa, i am not going to send aunty lyn after you regarding ‘wavering support’ on Sept. 6th. i might have to make my own entry for the PBS contest…whose bringing the ice cream? lot of ‘secret ingrediments’ haha.

    went to a wonderful youth camp this weekend to pick up our niece. check out the website http://www.winnerscamp.com it is unreal. saw 85 kids, including 40+ from Kauai aunty liz, go through a transformation this past week. it is the old missle site on top of Kamehame ridge, stunning views, very serene, very spiritual up there.

    these teenagers came in as shy, inarticulate, kolohe teenagers, and by saturday they were able to get up and speak in front of a group of 150+, articulate their thoguhts, and express their love and gratitude for their families.

    i’ll talk to you guys more about this at CC and mini CC’s, but i am sold on this program. if more kids had this opportunity, i am telling you straight up, this world would be a better place. they cover everything from positive affirmations, SAT preparation, interpersonal skills, crisis management, goal setting, team building, public speaking. and the kids are from all walks of life, from the very fortunate to the very unfortunate.


    anyway, have a good day and a wonderful week!!!

  193. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 28, 2008 7:51 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka and HiHo!

  194. Maverick July 28, 2008 7:59 am

    Morning gang
    Anyone know if the legends Golf tourney at Tahoe is being televised? Sorry for the off-subject, but just want to watch Michelle play. Today is the opening round.

  195. LizKauai [iMac] BELIEVER July 28, 2008 8:53 am

    Wow- server was down for a long time.

  196. MeiLing July 28, 2008 9:01 am

    Stephen, how are you? I sent pics to your edu work addy. Hope they work out.

    Jason, LizK, found you on Facebook. Maybe I could post more pics there from yesterday’s practice.

  197. FloridaTed July 28, 2008 9:49 am


    Opening round at Lake Tahoe starts on Thursday and the only station that might show it would be the Golfchannel. Check on Tuesday or Wednesday for their TV times, that will tell you.

  198. FloridaTed July 28, 2008 9:52 am

    Wow, super slow today. Everybody still worn out from the weekend?

    Morning/afternoon Tsaiko Nation and Tsai-Meister.

    We need some player reports and pictures to wake everybody up.

    Hello-o-o-o-o ?

  199. las vegas July 28, 2008 9:57 am

    Al san,
    Thanks for the clarification on Fehoko

  200. Maverick July 28, 2008 9:58 am

    Thanks Ted-
    Some reason the website is showing today as the start, and that doesn’t make sense for a 4 round PGA event. Thursday it be then!.
    Hows everything on your end ?
    My brother and family and out in your neck of the flatlands checking property in Tampa. There relocating soon from the islands to the land of Florida. Aren’t you in the vicinity. Clearwater ?

  201. A-House July 28, 2008 10:05 am

    The Swamp Tsaiko Cattlecall:

    Golden Corral (407) 352-6606

    8032 International Drive, Orlando, FL

    Buffet – see their website for details

    Meet at 6:30pm at front entrance.

    Please let me know if you will attend so I can keep a head count. They have private rooms at “no charge”, but do not know the minimum at this time.

    Heard the food is great and price acceptable.

  202. las vegas July 28, 2008 10:11 am

    since nobody is posting except for FTed and Mav, here’s why I won’t move to Florida.

    Alligators in your pool
    Alligators eat your dogs
    Alligators eat your kids
    Mobile home parks attract hurricanes
    Seagull bites
    Big mosquitoes
    Big mosquitoes eat your dog and kids
    Everyday is “Kona” wind
    Spring break
    Everybody eats “Uncle Ben’s” rice

  203. Kekoa July 28, 2008 10:15 am

    Top of the Morning to all!

    Bulla ~ Is that an official entry request into the “1st Annual Great Hawaiian Tsai-ko Tailgate Portuguese Bean Soup Challenge?”

    Da Acronym 1AGHTTPBSC makes it sound like I’m gagging on da soup!…so mebbe I’ll just stick to Da PBS contest

    So far the challengers are:

    ~ Mrs. A-House (Resident authority on PBS)

    ~ UHFan808 (Her PBS – labeled ‘Friggen Awesome’ lives up to the name and hopes to increase her fame).

    ~ Jeje (Hometown T-gate PBS winner gives him the edge and advantge)

    ~ Bulla (If he decides to enter, will add a distinct *Pocho* flavor to the PBS challenge).

    ~ James (C’mon Jamie! your beef stew was awesome, now let the people sample your PBS).

    If any member of our studio audience would like to accept the challenge, please feel free to Post an entry on the blog, and I’ll add you to the official contestant’s list.

    The Grand Prize will be announced whenever we get around to sifting thru our mountains of Corporate mail requesting sponsorship. (I had a tuff time keeping Aunty Maria’lani on hold this morning while negotiating with Betty Crocker!).

  204. djmitcho July 28, 2008 10:15 am


    The Golden Corral is pretty good. The make the best dinner rolls. Nothing like eating in Hawaii though.

  205. djmitcho July 28, 2008 10:19 am

    If I was gonna be in Hawaii at the t-gate, I would have requested to be an official taste tester. I believe I have the opu to qualify.

  206. las vegas July 28, 2008 10:23 am

    I agree, the Golden Corral is pretty good, lotsa bang for the buck.
    My fav is the Ponderosa steakhouse’s free buffet with entree purchase.

  207. al July 28, 2008 10:27 am

    if there’s a pbs challenge i am volunteering as a judge!

    the boss could enter too. no favoritism, promise. but she would throw in her cornbread w/extra butter to compliment the soup.

    now dats breakfast of champions.

  208. Kekoa July 28, 2008 10:27 am

    A-House ~ Golden Corral makes ‘Texas Toast’ as big as one size 13 Slippah!…grilled and slathered in buttah…mmmMMMmmm! Have CPR and defribulator equipment handy.

  209. FloridaTed July 28, 2008 10:37 am

    Maverick (201),

    Yep, I’m in Clearwater, the highest average age population in the US. The economy here is very much in the crapper around here, but excellent real estate bargains can be had aplenty.

    I would meet them, if they want to, I’ll give you my Ph. Nr. if you want. Are they coming here with a plan (I hope) or are they just moving? My e-mail is theodordomay at a o l . c o m.

    Las Vegas,

    very good assessment of Florida, lol.

  210. Kekoa July 28, 2008 10:42 am

    Al ~ Shootz…tank you for stepping up as the Judge of the PBS contest!

    Along with da boss, I too will be bringing some cornbread to compliment and clear the palate of the samplers. I welcome others to bring there fave bread or condiments to ‘soak da soup’ and accentuate the taste buds.

    All those who are not participants of the challenge will be able to submit their vote slips to Al. He will determine the winner if there happens to be a tie.

    …and NO homey, before you even ask, it is not “one tie, all tie!”

  211. al July 28, 2008 10:49 am

    lv…..you forgot that the people in las vegas are pretty close to hawaii since there are so many of you transplants there.

  212. curveball July 28, 2008 10:51 am

    Looks like a pretty boring practice for the Redskins this am..bloggers are pretty much ripping Collins stating he is not adjusting well to the new Offense.Today was the last day of their camp to be open to the public…

  213. duffer July 28, 2008 10:51 am


    If I can find someway to transport my PBS to a tailgate without losing the “integrity” of the soup, count me in! 🙂

  214. Kekoa July 28, 2008 10:53 am

    djmitcho ~ We need to recruit one UPS or FEDEX guy into the Tsaiko ohana. Dat way we can ship samples for ovah nite delivery (PBS always taste better da next day).

  215. al July 28, 2008 10:56 am

    kekoa…….maybe somebody can bring some homemade sourdough.
    and maybe some homemade sweetbread pa’o duce. oh toss in some malasadas.

    wow, that would be another contest all by itself.

    in fact, i am thinking vinha d’alhos right about now.

  216. Bulla July 28, 2008 10:57 am

    Kekoa #204

    I AM IN!!! I will bring one big pot of PBS to Tsaikogate on 9-6-08. After two days of slow simmering, I hope that my concoction will be worthy of all the Tsaikos. I am going to go and plant the vegetables today…organic you say…..oh my. Nah, should be fun, but i want to know who the judge is going to be…I personally think Al needs an assistant…maybe Pride? who knows, we’ll work it out later.

  217. al July 28, 2008 10:59 am

    so why aren’t there any portuguese cuisine restaurants in town????

    and this blog is moving like a bog.

  218. Jason July 28, 2008 10:59 am

    We need mini sourdough bread bowls for the tasters.

  219. Kekoa July 28, 2008 11:00 am

    Duffer ~ You are in my friend! You can bring yours ovah in da Lear Jet!

  220. al July 28, 2008 11:09 am

    bulla…..it goes without saying pride is in. but, when it comes to food i really don’t need any help, heheheheh.

    okay, duffer’s should be the bomb. i know he going cheat and use that maui only pordagee sausages.

    i think he is coming down for weber state, too. eh, that could be the first challenge already.

    bulla’s organic homegrown special vs duffer’s maui pordagee potage

  221. Bulla July 28, 2008 11:14 am


    duffer can use maui da kine, even da ‘herb’s if needed…but i will have a more ‘worldly’ flavor if you may, a hint of European delicacies, sublte, but so gentle on the palate.


    sourdough bowls may be ideal for ‘the other’ entries…as for my creation, in the traditional presentation, sweet bread would suffice, for others maybe a base of steaming rice. i anticipate my PBS to be thick enough that you could savor the gravy quite easily with a fork. but to each his own.

    …….let the games begin……and remember to sit up-wind……

  222. chawan_cut July 28, 2008 11:15 am

    when is this Iron Chef competition going to take place?

  223. Jason July 28, 2008 11:18 am

    We need Leila to film the cooking of every recipe.

  224. A-House July 28, 2008 11:20 am

    The swamp cattlecall: forgot to say Friday, 8/29/08!!!!

  225. Bulla July 28, 2008 11:24 am


    although i appreciate the idea of Leila filming….when i cook it is not for public viewing, more like a mad scientist creating a super human concoction. once the 3 Tenors cd is placed in the sound system, a good glass of red wine (no patron, i have to be cognizant), and all of the magical ingrediments (better than wendall’s laulau, no lie Rap), the symphony begins.

    however, for this one time, i will allow Princess Leila into the hallowed walls of my kitchen if she must….time will tell.

    some things are for public and some things are for private….but all i will say is, one bowl of my creation, and it will be like being at the Holy Ghost Revival in Upcountry Maui….now duffer and whitey know exactly what i am talking about….haha. let’s roll…………….

  226. LizKauai [Believer] July 28, 2008 11:24 am

    Wow- the Weber State game is gonna be a GAS!!!!

    I put some new pix of Colt up on my yesterday blog (my today blog is about something different).

  227. al July 28, 2008 11:29 am

    j…..only for the judge.
    bulla…..we talking pordagee bean soup, brah, not french pastry. but, you are excused because you are bigger than me.
    chawan…pay attention to detail. first game w/weber state at the tailgate. no worry we let you know.
    j….leila is still on strike. but, she can be my assistant judge. she IS better looking than pride. and she can bring the sassy faye wai too.

  228. Rob25 July 28, 2008 11:32 am

    Wow, I’m not a nig fan of PBS…no like the beans…but it is starting to sound good here…good thing lunch is around the corner!

    Morning Tsaiko family!

    Kekoa – I know this is late, but Ronnie and I were rifles in band. We were hardcore…no swinging around flags for us….we wanted to throw the weaponry…OK so they were wood, but they hurt all the same! I’m sure that we could get some UNLV fans to run at the sight of us tossing those bad boys in the air again…not sure our hand-eye coordination is still as good!

  229. Bulla July 28, 2008 11:32 am


    no frenchy pastry, more so for some of the heartier ingredients, to be disclosed after the consumption.

    it’s going to be fun…..maybe this game PBS, and later on we can have a ‘chili cook off’. now Liz, THAT would be the gas….call Gaspro……ouch.

  230. al July 28, 2008 11:41 am

    bulla….my son in law also makes the pordagee soup. being from the big island he no use the ham hocks. no nuff meat he say. the bugga go buy one whole leg of ham and drop em in.

    needless to say, lucky the one who get the first bowl.

    and i am in for the chili.

  231. MeiLing July 28, 2008 11:41 am

    Ho, you guys, making me hungry. My PBS stashed in the freezer has a lot of chopped kale. Love the greens in my soup. Rabbit-Call! as coined by las vegas. I used to make sourdough from scratch, but I no ovah deah.

    Cardinals practice here open to the public for a month & free. I’ll see if I can catch Aaron Francisco for a better pic.

  232. Rob25 July 28, 2008 11:43 am

    Back to back bean dish challenges…watch out Halawa area!

    Stretch – Just saw your post re: my Cowboys. You are one lucky dude!! Sad to see them lose, but if they are going to lose…better to lose to the eventual Super Bowl Champs. I’ve been a Dallas fan since I first was introduced to football. Wish I could have been in your place at that game.

  233. BG July 28, 2008 11:50 am

    OMG! It’s just slow dealth until lunch after reading about the PBS contest and the sourdough stuff! I smile and laugh everytime I hear about sourdough since I remember accounts of the goldrush through Dawson into Alaska. As the adventurers made their way through the trails and over the pass, they had to keep the dough warm…so they would stick it in their armpits! Yep, historians claim it’s true.

  234. al July 28, 2008 11:50 am

    mei ling….fedex the bread and i will let you know if we can use it for the pbs challenge.

    rob…no sked the bean afterjets. all gas and no smell dat kind. oh, as long as not natto beans. whew, that is potent stuff.

  235. al July 28, 2008 11:58 am

    funny….how when ever the blog is slowing down or no hot news to bash around the talk always turns to the subject of food.

    okay, so last night we grilled some us prime new yorks that we found at costco for less than 12 bucks a pound. whoa dat sure went well with the rest of the stuff.

    so every sunday, its family dinner night.
    steamed clams
    aku, ahi, & hamachi sashimi
    fried siracha noodles
    kim chi
    pickled nasubi
    london broil-leftovers
    ny steaks
    cold ones and wine
    hayden mangoes from mililani for dessert.

    how can lose weight?

  236. Da Punchbowl Kid July 28, 2008 11:59 am

    Poruguese bean soup? Vinha d’alhos? Sour dough bread? In my version of heaven, they would be on the menu twice a week at least. 🙂 This is beyond MMMMMmmmmMMMMM…

  237. Bulla July 28, 2008 12:02 pm


    designate someone to bring some ice cream for that day….maybe post game ice cream sundaes? just a thought.

    contrary to popular ass-umption, there will be no Wildcat meat in my PBS entry.


    Change Happens And New Growth Emerges


  238. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc July 28, 2008 12:08 pm

    Questions Re PBS contest: Will the judge and the public know whose entry it is when eating & voting? In other words, will each chef de cuisine stand behind the pot or will the pot have a label on it? Will the creators be able to give bribes to key people for voting the “right” way?

    Since the contest is focusing on Portuguese Bean Soup, we will provide freshly-made-on-the-spot malassadas for dessert. Off to town for the rest of the day.

  239. al July 28, 2008 12:13 pm

    wdoc…..this is not rocket scientry. it is just a ploy to get some good ol’ pordagee been soup to the tailgates. get it?

    but of course, you aren’t serious right? you sound like gg more and more each day. have you gals been having secret cattle calls together or what?

    but, you can bring your homemade malasada’s any time and no forget the vanilla icecream to go with it.

  240. MeiLing July 28, 2008 12:18 pm


    The operative word in my post is “I USED to make…” That was in 1971. In order to keep the sourdough starter refreshed every week, I would make killer sourdough cinnamon rolls. Mmmmmm…those were good. Those were the days in SF. … with flowers in my hair….

  241. Loa July 28, 2008 12:18 pm

    afternoon gang!

    noticed the Redskins playing a couple pre season games on tv

  242. MeiLing July 28, 2008 12:21 pm

    Did anyone go Fishing this weekend for halalu?

  243. al July 28, 2008 12:28 pm

    mei ling….you…you were a hippie? haight/ashbury??? or grant ave???

    mwahahahaha. me, telegraph ave across the bay.

  244. al July 28, 2008 12:29 pm

    loa….could you remind the old folks when the games are on?

  245. LizKauai [Believer] July 28, 2008 12:36 pm

    new blog is up

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    My cousin has a great idea for potlucks which would translate well for a tailgate. Chicken hekka. You set a wok(s) on an outdoor grill(s) and people sign up to bring the different ingrediments. Not too hard. Bring rice & sides & more meat & whatevers & par-tay!

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