Freshman QB joins mix

The summer’s quarterback competition has increased with the arrival of Kevin Spain, who begins a mid-term class tomorrow.

Spain, a recent graduate of Paradise Valley High in Arizona, joins Bryant Moniz, spainShane Austin, Brent Rausch, David Graves and Cayman Shutter as participants in offseason training on the Manoa campus. Second-year freshman Corey Nielsen is training on the Mainland for another week.

“I can’t wait to get started,” said Spain, who is about 6 feet 3 and now weighs 200.

Spain weighed 190 last season, and his goal was to reach 210 before his arrival. “I didn’t want to get chunky,” said Spain, who then mused, “I’ve got beach season, too.”

Spain attended Paradise Valley for only a year, a school whose football team operated a run-oriented offense. “We ran the old 1950s’ Wing-T offense,” he said.

But he threw well at his previous school and in camps, earning a recommendation from Arizona State coach Dennis Erickson, a close friend of UH head coach Greg McMackin.

Spain decided to focus only on football-related training during the spring semester, opting not to play other sports. He studied a power point of the Warriors’ four-wide offense.

He also is prepared for several scenarios, including redshirting this season. “I’ll hope for the best,” he said. “I would rather be more prepared than to come out here and get whupped on right away. I’ll do anything. I just want to play.”

He said he will not return to Arizona until after the season is over. “I want to make this my home,” he said.

* * * * *

As part of the’ offseason conditioning program, the Warriors — led by conditioning coach Tommy Heffernan — train on the beach every Friday. You’d better set the alarm early to watch them. First drill is at 6:30 a.m.

* * * * *

Several years ago, a player told us about a halftime speech that went something like this:

Coach: The other team thinks we’re going to switch to a man defense, but we’re going to counter that by staying in a zone.

Player: You mean our strategy is not to do anything?

Somehow that reminds me of the WAC’s plans. The exit door is open, so you have to figure more teams are willing to leave than to come.

So what are the options? It’s, what, a two-year process for a Division I-AA team to upgrade? And nobody is going to upgrade without a guarantee of league membership. Lure away a school from another conference? Not without lucrative incentives.

The deal is this: the WAC needs to expand, if not to be relevant, but at least to protect against future poaching.

So it’s time to aggressively recruit North Texas and something called Texas State.

Or the WAC could remain in a zone.


  1. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 8:51 am

    Foist by cracky!

  2. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 8:51 am

    Foist on Faddah’s Day no less! 🙂

  3. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 8:53 am

    Da fantastic Faddah’s Day streak ends here. I want uddah faddahs in the top ten!

    Welcome to Hawaii, Spain! (sorry, I just had to say that once) 😉

  4. J June 20, 2010 8:54 am


  5. curveball June 20, 2010 8:54 am

    Happy Fathers Day…….

  6. Slugger June 20, 2010 8:55 am

    Happy Father’s Day, ST!

    I know where Paradise Valley is. Good shopping malls… 🙂

    Welcome, Kevin Spain!

  7. Stephen Tsai June 20, 2010 8:59 am

    I think his first school was Horizon. That sound like a familiar name, Slugger?
    (I’m still trying to find all of my notes from 29 years of mess that is sitting in both of my living rooms.)

  8. Stephen Tsai June 20, 2010 9:00 am

    Spain is a big dude. I met him the other day.

  9. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 9:05 am

    Happy Father’s day to all your Fathers around…

    And Welcome to Kevin Spain… 6’3″ ? Did he grow some? I thought he was shorter by the last report..

    and to everyone..

    Happy Sunday Morning!

  10. Slugger June 20, 2010 9:06 am

    ST ~

    I think my friend’s daughter, Keathanne, graduated from Horizon High. It’s not far from Paradise Valley. My friend used to live in that area. I spent many a weekend there.

  11. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 9:09 am

    Good Morning allah youz faddahs on youz special day!

    Good morning to you yoo, Ms Slugger! 🙂

    Isn’t Spain also a DB candidate?

  12. ai-eee-soos June 20, 2010 9:09 am

    Welcome aboard, Kevin Spain.

    I hope that you would red-shirt.

    Gives you plenty of time to get acclimated to college academics,

    learn the RnS, and get bigger and stronger.

    This is a great opportunity; take advantage of it.

  13. WATCH GODGIFU June 20, 2010 9:15 am

    Good Morning Hawaii!

    Happy Father’s Day to all you fathers – steak and lobster in a couple of hours -it’s afternoon here.

    I sent in my contribution for the 2010 Wahine softball bracelets – have you?

  14. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 9:16 am

    Yep.. Redshirt and be the man on the Scout team.. Those guys will be your teammates over the next 4-5 years.. Gel… bond.. and build the kind of confidence in one another you can only get by spending quality practice time together.

  15. Kazz June 20, 2010 9:16 am


  16. Kazz June 20, 2010 9:17 am


    In 2007 the reality of “extra” funding for UH’s non-revenue sports programs was evident. As the 2007 UH Football team was able to afford WAC Championship/Sugar Bowl rings, the 2007 WAC champion and Super Regional team had no money for anything for the players to acknowledge their achievements. However, as a result of the “aloha” of many fans, that team was able to have something to keep for themselves to remember their experience by.

    In the year 2010, that very same program took UH softball to new heights and gave us many memories. It is time for fans to respond again, if they are able to.

    This is a drive to raise funds for the 2010 Wahine Softball team’s bracelets acknowledging their Women’s College World Series appearance.

    The total cost will be $2645.83, that comes to 115.03 per bracelet which falls well within the NCAA regulated “gift” amount to each player set at a maximum of $300.00 per student athlete.

    The timeline goal needed to raise the total amount is set for mid-August 2010.

    Please make all checks or money orders out to:

    “UH FOUNDATION” it is important that you write in the memo part of the check “Wahine Softball Bracelets” by doing so the money can only be spent for the purchase of the bracelets. All funds donated will be tax deductible and you will will receive that in the mail from the Foundation.

    Please mail all checks to:
    Na Wahine Bracelet Fund
    3633 Puuku Mauka Dr.
    Honolulu HI 96818


    In working directly with UH administrators and the UH foundation, this year’s process will be smoother and the team will be able to receive their bracelets in a timely fashion.

    If you have any questions please ask or email Pomai at pomai (at)


    The first line is already opened to “Women’s Softball”, just enter the dollar amount you wish.

    ***IMPORTANT*** Further down, you will see a “special instructions” box. Please type: 2010 WAHINE SOFTBALL BRACELETS.

    There is NO “appeal code”. Leave that little box blank.

    The next page will be where you enter your debit or credit card information. The website is automatically set so that this is a ONE time donation. You would have to manually click on the “monthly” option for this to be re-occuring.


    The reason for this is because UH foundation will NOT release the names or the amounts of what goes into that account via online for security purposes and without knowing what the running total is, it will be difficult to see if we are over or under our goal.


  17. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 9:17 am

    A good editorial here on the SA this morning.

    UH needs to up its game and get into the PAC10. If UH gets a big TV deal in that league, they can subsidize travel for visiting PAC 10 opponents. I love the reasoning found in the bleacher report on that same subject.

    If our great visionary WAC leader, Mr. Benson wants to drag the WAC down with his proposals for potential new members, we definitely need to rethink our conference alignment.

  18. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 9:19 am

    Former UCLA running back Milton Knox will transfer to Fresno State.

    “This decision to transfer was not easy,” Knox said. “You’re so used to all your friends and you have a bond with everyone at UCLA. I’m used to taking a 10-minute drive on the weekend to come home.

    “So this will be different, I’ll be on my own farther away. But I’m excited about it. It’s a fresh start and I’m happy to get going.”

    Makes it sound like he’s going to play in a different State…

  19. Slugger June 20, 2010 9:19 am

    Morning, DPK! Hoowwww youuuuuuu?

    Just lost my last post…bah humbug!

    ST ~

    I was right. My friend’s daughter graduated from Horizon High. I can see the school in my mind’s eye as I drove by there a lot. I couldn’t save Keath’s graduation announcement or program since I had to purge tons of stuff before I moved home. 29 years of notes is a lot of —- to save & move.

  20. Stephen Tsai June 20, 2010 9:24 am

    Every time the WAC expands, we always ask the same question: Is the new team boosting the WAC or is the WAC boosting the new team.
    It’s hard to believe, but the WAC actually helped Boise State.
    Back to the future: Pac-10 membership would be very good for UH; not so sure UH, at this point, would be very good for the Pac-10.
    UH needs to really create a strong market in Asia, including a lucrative TV deal and widespread merchandise sales, to become attractive to the Pac-10. The way it is now, UCLA and USC logo items are probably as or more popular than UH logo items.

  21. Kekoa June 20, 2010 9:25 am

    Extending a huge Father’s Day greeting to all the Tsaiko Dad’s. A grateful village appreciates and acknowledges the Father of our Blog.

    Just kickin’ back with Pops today and enjoying some of our raw delicacies from the ocean. I would describe in graphic detail those seafood items, but after seeing Rob25 turn a dark shade of aquamarine at the cc last Friday…well, it’s harder to get first responders on a holiday Sunday.

    Happy grindz today everybody!

  22. Kekoa June 20, 2010 9:31 am

    DPK ~ U got mail.

  23. Kekoa June 20, 2010 9:37 am

    Pomai ~ I thought I would see you at the cc on Friday so I could give you my check for the bracelets. Now that I spent it already on toys for my Father’s day gift…Hey! no can help, the cat’s away the mice will spend all da kala! Nah…j/k, check will be in da mail Monday. 😎

  24. papajoe2 June 20, 2010 9:39 am

    happy fadda’s day erry one.

  25. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 9:45 am

    Many challenges, to be sure, Stephen. A lot of dominoes need to fall the right way for the UH to the PAC 10 scenario to play out.

    The bleacher report article makes a very cogent point however; can you imagine how local folks would respond to games at Aloha Stadium with the likes of USC, UCLA, Washington and Oregon and the like? Straight sellouts likely, as all the PAC 10 games would be.

    In additio,. to the Asia marketing angle, UH would want to capitalize on our location too. After all, this is exotic Hawaii right? This is the venue the Pro Bowlers want more than any other in which to play their game.

    If the PAC 10 reaps the “So Cal/Hollywood sizzle” benefits of glamour schools like USC and UCLA, doesn’t the addition of a “sexy tropical sister” school like UH make a lot of sense?

    I wonder if any of our gubernatorial candidates can see the potential here?

  26. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 9:48 am

    “in addition” that should read above

  27. wafan June 20, 2010 9:50 am

    One of the best things about Father’s Day . . . no lines at the Costco gas station, snackbar, and checkout lines.


  28. wafan June 20, 2010 9:51 am

    Pomai . . .

    Are we on track to meet the goal for the Wahine bracelet deadline?

  29. jm2375 June 20, 2010 9:56 am

    Good morning Tsai-kos!!

    Happy Father’s Day to all the Tsaiko daddies out there.

    Welcome to the Warrior Ohana, Kevin Spain!!

    Off to pickup Father’s Day breakfast from Times Coffee Shop. bbl.

  30. skutery June 20, 2010 9:56 am

    Why is a boxing ring square?

  31. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 10:12 am


    Early boxing took place in roundish enclosures. The name stuck.

  32. A-House June 20, 2010 10:13 am

    Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers throughout this earth and especially to all the very special Tsaiko Daddy’s!

    welcome “home” to Kevin Spain – your day in the sun will surely be here in the near future!

    welcome to Davidson Chimara!

  33. Da Punchbowl Kid June 20, 2010 10:15 am

    Kekoa –

    Sweety says thanks a bunch for the email! We appreciate it, Big Daddy!

  34. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 10:24 am

    My contention is that the issue towards PAC 10 inclusion goes deeper than the Athletic Department. I think they see the entire University, as a whole, as being sub-par for the PAC 10. Who can blame them? The school is on the verge of bankruptcy if it doesn’t get an infusion of nearly 1/2 billion dollars in the next couple of years just to repair the already crumbling facilities. 1 billion by 2010? yikes! Not many companies in Hawaii can stay afloat with that kind of debt.

    20 years ago the Law School was our pride and joy.. today, our school lacks the capacity to find enough of the graduates employment, before that it was our Engineering department … today it is our Med School… our School of Education is still housed in those old wooden buildings… .. all kinds of great potential… but we build up one end only to completely ignore the other end..and round and round we go.. Libraries that leak.. buildings that go up only to spring leaks or cracks within the first on to three years… poor design, poor construction.. poor poor poor… yet, we never learn.

    sho ga nai?

    more like


    Until UH and the State can share a vision and a passion to see that vision through we will be wading in quicksand.

  35. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 11:16 am


    Why don’t you spend time at the State Legislature making your points. The most powerful way to have an influence on what happens is to make PERSONAL visits bringing along photos & videos if necessary. Testifying in person is next. Phone calls are third. Real Letters fourth. E-Mail a dim and distant fifth. Doing nothing? Nothing.

    Show up at Neighborhood Board meetings if you live on O`ahu and describe to your state senatolr and representative what concerns you. Neighbor Island folks can set appointments at the district office. Attend Board of Regents meetings which are held throughout the state, BTW, and communicate your ideas to them. Go to community meetings featuring legislative reports.

    For example, I just received an invite the other day for a community meeting to be held on July 7y. For those Tsai-kos who live in Kane`ohe or Kahalu`u to La`ie, tale the time to attend and raise these issues. If legislators don’t hear from you, they won’t know that anything is wrong.

    Lawmakers Explain How the Budget was Balanced

    WHAT: The House of Representatives Finance Committee will give a presentation to the community of Windward Oahu on the 2010 state budget bill and how they resolved a $1.2 billion shortfall. Information will also be provided on how the legislature reduced spending, budget priorities, and major capital improvement projects for Windward Oahu.

    DATE: Wednesday, July 7, 2010
    TIME: 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    PLACE: Ahuimanu Elementary School Cafeteria

    WHO: House Finance Chair Rep. Marcus Oshiro will be joined by Rep. Jessica Wooley, Rep. Ken Ito and Rep. Pono Chong.

    However, you also need to be prepared to address the concerns raised by others about whether or not Hawai`i’s people can afford to pay for these improvements.

    The best argument to be made is that state-funded institutions with strong athletics programs are also great schools academically. Just ask Garret when he returns from his vacation.

    Although I cannot go into a lot of details here, key people at the Legislature are working with people in the downtown business community to provide support to the University of Hawai`i in ways that have not been done before.

    Finally, I’ve been told by many different legislators over the years that they never – NEVER – hear from their constituents about anything concerning the University except back in late 2007 during the Sugar Bowl uproar over whose ticket was paid for out of public funds. Sure, they hear a lot from faculty and administrators but from the people they represent? Nada de Nuttin’.

    Getting involved brings change. It’s up to all of us to do just that.

  36. SteveM June 20, 2010 11:17 am

    Good morning everyone!

    Looking at the Star-Advertiser Travel section today, I noted that the UH-Army game and New England/Canada cruise combo tour is still available. What caught my eye was the tour escort might be some old guy who was a classmate of Al and I in high school and we attended UH together. 😆

  37. chopsueyboy June 20, 2010 11:32 am



  38. chopsueyboy June 20, 2010 11:40 am

    Son azngamer808 still lives in Seattle area. will come home next month for a short visit,
    then he can treat for Father’s Day dinner.

  39. manoa June 20, 2010 11:57 am

    The Pac 10 is still a wishful dream– afterall if you cannot get into the Mountain West, you are not going to get into the Pac 10. For one thing, the Pac 10 is too expensive– there is no way we could ever pay each team of the 11 other teams to join unless we gave up all the revenue we would get from being in a league like that– do the math.

    Focus on the real option which is to get into the Mountain West– in order to do that, beat out the other teams trying to get in— finish higher than Fresno, Nevada, and Utah, and get a higher BCS rating by finishing in the Top 25 in football this year and next. And plan how we will pay the travel subsidies. Raise revenue from ticket sales, raise ticket and parking premiums, and the student fee, for starters.

  40. Linda June 20, 2010 11:58 am

    One pivitol drawback in pushing forward an initiative to boost UH athletics is budgetary constraints. As long as a state finds itself in a financial crunch (furloughs and public service reductions), the last thing legislators are willing to do is allocate funds for athletics. Even if statistical data were to prove that athletics and academic success are related – and I’m not disputing this fact – it is the perception of funding athletics, in the midst of budget shortfalls and teacher furloughs, that leaves a bitter taste in the taxpayer’s mouth. In my perfect utopian society, everyone is a diehard college sports fan, but in reality this is not the case.

  41. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 11:59 am

    Capitol -ist/WassupDoc,

    hee hee hee.. I guess I blew out a lot of steam there, eh?

    I admire you for your tireless effort, dedication, and commitment. I really, really do. But, you wouldn’t want me there. I would be more of a liability. I get way too excited at those gatherings.. my blood pressure goes through the roof and on a couple of occasions I nearly blacked out.

    LOL… Of course I was much much younger then and so much more passionate about education and sports in Hawaii…and my heart could take it better. But, without distance — a bit of separation, I would too often spout off without enough supporting facts.. and that would work against any good my presence might bring.

    Today, the self-autonomy that UH has exercised over the years is more like a form of political apartheid and in many ways the shortcomings they are facing are their own making. How effectively can you deal with an entity that can shut it’s doors on you by running behind the walls of self-autonomy? It seems like UH’s policy has been one of “share with us your money, not your opinions.”

    Hopefully with the new UH Pres, Chancellor, and BOR spearheaded by Amemiya, as well as positive changes at the State and City government’s highest levels will help change this to one of cooperation towards unified, and transparent, and clearly articulated goals.

    It’s not always about finding the money upfront, sometimes it’s about leadership and direction. Amemiya knows this. Entrepreneurs know this. There’s always a little risk.. sometimes it’s about setting the priorities before the money is there so that when the economy starts to turn and bounce back, it’s already on the agenda at the top of the list of things to do. It’s about igniting the flames keeping it lit till the rest of the fuel is at hand.

    Maybe that’s why they call us fans … to help keep fanning the embers to keep the fire from dying out.

  42. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 12:06 pm


    Bulla Says:
    June 20th, 2010 at 7:35 am
    Happy Father’s Day to all the Fathers out there,

    Make memories, make memories, make memories….on this day i share this with all of you

    The Paradoxical Commandments
    by Dr. Kent M. Keith

    “People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered.
    Love them anyway.

    If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish ulterior motives.
    Do good anyway.

    If you are successful, you will win false friends and true enemies.
    Succeed anyway.

    The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow.
    Do good anyway.

    Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable.
    Be honest and frank anyway.

    The biggest men and women with the biggest ideas can be shot down by the smallest men and women with the smallest minds.
    Think big anyway.

    People favor underdogs but follow only top dogs.
    Fight for a few underdogs anyway.

    What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight.
    Build anyway.

    People really need help but may attack you if you do help them.
    Help people anyway.

    Give the world the best you have and you’ll get kicked in the teeth.
    Give the world the best you have anyway.”

    Be blessed and bless others…Happy Father’s Day

    Finally got around to reading the rest of yesterdays blog and found this… thank you..

  43. Linda June 20, 2010 12:12 pm

    MadeInHawaii Said:
    “It’s not always about finding the money upfront, sometimes it’s about leadership and direction. Amemiya knows this. Entrepreneurs know this. There’s always a little risk.. sometimes it’s about setting the priorities before the money is there so that when the economy starts to turn and bounce back, it’s already on the agenda at the top of the list of things to do. It’s about igniting the flames keeping it lit till the rest of the fuel is at hand.”

    “Maybe that’s why they call us fans … to help keep fanning the embers to keep the fire from dying out.”

    Wow, that was inspiring and eloquently said. If I was on the committee I would write you a blank check.

  44. al June 20, 2010 12:53 pm

    happy father’s day

    …and to all the mother’s who had to be both father and mother for their children while growing up for various unforseen reasons that there were no father figure available.

    happy father’s day…mom.

  45. al June 20, 2010 12:54 pm

    kevin spain…welcome aboard!

    finally a qb with size.

    and dpk, no he won’t play safety. may be too slow at 4.7. mlb perhaps…nah. the kid’s a leader and will be a viable qb candidate in a couple of years.

  46. al June 20, 2010 12:57 pm

    i thought that i was alone in thinking that north texas state would be my first choice and if la tech cuts out then texas state would be a natural.

    then i’d definitely have montana in my radar sights.

    after these there aren’t too many with any potential to add to the program in the future.

    and of course we should always have our sights set on both the mwc and the pac12 however, distance they may seem at this time.

  47. papajoe2 June 20, 2010 1:00 pm

    Reading Ferd’s article and the editorial in today’s SA was kind of depressing. looking at the schools that the WAC is looking at is really depressing. i have to agree that we should look to get out of the WAC. I know New Mexico is struggling. If you have to ask your fans to bring juice after practice because you cannot afford to buy juice for the team you must be on your way out of D1. I forget the other team in the WAC that is struggling. it was either Utah State or Idaho. That would tell you that 2 teams currently in the WAC has a chance of folding their football team. also, with Louisiana Tech feeling that the WAC are either looking for a travel partner for them, or are not really appreciating them because of their location, what is keeping them from bolting to another conference? What about the talk of Fresno State and Nevada wanting to get into the MWC? I don’t trust the MWC because of what they did to Hawaii and the WAC and saying on a Monday that they will not expand and on that Thursday, giving Boise State an invitation. With Utah leaving the MWC, what is keeping them from further raiding the WAC? If offered, i think Hawaii should accept but, with caution, keeping in mind other options, just in case. one reader says if our state could offer $5 million to the Pro Bowl for one game, why shouldn’t they offer the PAC 10 5-10 million and subsidize some of the travel expenses. i do know that it is more complicated than that, but i think out governor should get the “powers that be” in this state, including the HVB, together and work something out. i think we already lost out on a lot of the Asian market, but their are many more foreign markets available. if and when the governor comes back form her “promotional” trip, she should get the ball rolling immediately on this matter. it doesn’t matter if she is a “lame duck” governor because, if she truly loves this state, it may too late for the incoming governor to get the ball rolling, if at all. we cannot let all of what UH accomplished on the athletic field and in the classrooms to fall apart.

  48. Kekoa June 20, 2010 1:01 pm

    MIH ~ You are indeed sitting in the cat bird seat today! Very well expressed. I like the part about “igniting the flames and keeping it lit until the rest of the fuel is at hand.”

    As Tsaiko’s, we have been engaged in bring in the ‘fuel’ supply. As Linda pointed out in her post above, “In a Utopian world, everyone is a diehard fan”….NOT! We’d be on cloud nine if that were true.

    One day, when some of our talented Tsaiko’s hit the motherlode, we can make it right. One day…tsigh!

    Gotta dash…bbl!

  49. al June 20, 2010 1:02 pm

    it would behoove us if the likes of hawaiian airlines became very successful and become a huger sponsor in the future to include discounted flight arrangements and if that could be coupled with a major hotel chain’s kokua, then, travel packages could become very significant enticements for future opponents.

    of course, we have to take care of business on the field by becoming the next, er, boise state. we do have a bigger tv market and the time zone makes for good west coast viewership.

    we need to have double digit win seasons on a perennial basis.

  50. Kekoa June 20, 2010 1:02 pm

    oops!…bring add bringing.

  51. protector June 20, 2010 1:03 pm

    Happy Father’s Day to all!!

    I like this kid’s attitude. Looks like we got another good one. Red-shirting is a good idea; the others are way ahead. I hope they observe a moratorium on recruiting any more QBs for at least 2 years–seems like we’re set for at least the next 4 years? Hope they get more huge & mobile OTs to protect the QBs we already have.

  52. papajoe2 June 20, 2010 1:05 pm

    oops- out governor=our governor.

  53. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 1:25 pm

    Have to get back to “chore work.” However, what I want to discuss later on is that the taxpayers have already invested nearly $60 million in upgrades/structural improvements at Aloha Stadium since the 2007 session. Another $35 million is about to enter into the pipeline by 2013.

    Meanwhile, Transit-Oriented Development discussions are in the very early stages – and the state, not the city, is responsible for primarily ptivate-sector TOD at Aloha Stadium ranging anywhere from $150 million to $500 million over the next 15-20 years. The latter would include additional Stadium improvements.

    This future is not going to happen if UH disappears off the FBS intercollegiate athletic scene. That’s why the discussions downtown have shifted from an athletic/athletic perspective to an economic development one.

    One of the most powerful political movements without any $$$ backing I’ve ever seen happened when a small group of surfers organized huge community opposition to the proposed development of Kaka`ako Makai. It is now mostly open space. These guys did it their way & won.

    So can we.

    Back later – can we continue this conversation later on?


  54. jm2375 June 20, 2010 1:25 pm

    OT – just noticed an old-style UH baseball cap in hubby’s closet. Green stripes with the green & orange H. don’t think it’s ever been worn..

  55. jm2375 June 20, 2010 1:26 pm

    Watching Pebble Beach devour the best golfers in the world…

  56. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 1:49 pm

    This future is not going to happen if UH disappears off the FBS intercollegiate athletic scene. That’s why the discussions downtown have shifted from an athletic/athletic perspective to an economic development one.

    That’s probably the light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s just hope we can get there before it all caves in on us.

    And this is why it’s not about the money at hand… we stand to lose more a lot more than what we would need to bolster UH’s image as a Academic Institution to be truly proud of and an Athletic Program to be reckoned with. A UH on a solid fooding is the best PR for the Islands … and good PR is invaluable for all businesses in Hawaii!

  57. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 2:12 pm

    Hey? Did I hear right?

    Did the State, amidst all the cutbacks and furloughs, send 90 Legislatures and staff members to Shanghai? Hmmm.. good PR. I suppose it’s about as many that went to the PAC 10, WAC, or NCAA offices and/or conferences to lobby for UH, eh?

  58. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 2:16 pm

    The deal is this: the WAC needs to expand, if not to be relevant, but at least to protect against future poaching.

    So it’s time to aggressively recruit North Texas and something called Texas State.

    Or the WAC could remain in a zone.

    You must be referring to that special zone.. The Twilight Zone was one of my favorite programs… rerun after rerun after rerun… black and white.. color.. black and white…

  59. whitey June 20, 2010 2:30 pm

    Good afternoon Tsaikos. Yesterday was a unique day as I got to caddy for the Kerr and he finished in the top five and just missed being the Maui qualifier for this years u s public links championship. Definitely next year

  60. whitey June 20, 2010 2:33 pm

    Kerr is the kid

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  66. d1島 June 20, 2010 4:24 pm


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  67. d1島 June 20, 2010 4:25 pm

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  68. WATCH GODGIFU June 20, 2010 4:37 pm

    Your blog is so informative that I had to look up what ST called for a more proactive stance in preserving the WAC.

    Texas State U is located between Austin and San Antonio and should be easy enough to get to. Like North Texas State, it would give us another base to recruit in the State of Texas.

    The student population is around 30,

    TSU is a member of the Southland Conference which would be a D miv-1A football conference (or whatever the nominclature is now) which I think is akin to the Ivy League football maybe a step above Northern Colorado or Charleston Southern.

    Might be worth exploring that possibility as that conference has 11 members.

    Maybe Garret can expound more on TSU as a possibility.

  69. WATCH GODGIFU June 20, 2010 4:50 pm


    Am abandoning my blog name.
    Godgifu is Old English meaning “God’s gift”.
    Modern name would be “Godiva”

    Legend has it that in order to spare the people of the shire from further taxes, she agreed to go naked on horseback through the village. All the villagers agreed to avert their eyes but one person peeped.

  70. Stephen Tsai June 20, 2010 4:52 pm

    First thing I do tomorrow is ask Scott, again, to bring back the numbers.
    It’s getting pretty hard to read the comments.

  71. wafan June 20, 2010 4:58 pm

    UNT changed their name from NTSU back in the late 80’s or early 90’s.

  72. d1島 June 20, 2010 5:18 pm


    Forgot to respond to your comment about their music dept. I remember I had an album back in the 70’s by their jazz band; really good stuff!

  73. wafan June 20, 2010 5:34 pm

    Harder to find are recordings of the jazz bands from Western Washington University at Bellingham, WA. They had a smoking hot jazz program in the 80’s. Their wind ensemble, under the direction of Bill Cole, was unbelieveable during that time, too.

  74. wafan June 20, 2010 5:35 pm

    Three more wake ups!


  75. 2 cents June 20, 2010 6:02 pm

    whew! Thats’ a lot of quarterbacks.

  76. RedZone June 20, 2010 6:04 pm

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  77. SteveM June 20, 2010 6:11 pm

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  78. greenthumb June 20, 2010 6:16 pm

    You make an excellent point about Hawaiian Airlines. I would suggest that UH woo wholesalers, also. Some already do sports packages, and they have relationships with airlines and hotels and ground transport.

    your post about keeping the fires lit is a good reminder of the loyalty and far thinking of UH fans, and makes me really glad to have found this blog. *sniff*

  79. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 6:21 pm

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  80. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 6:25 pm

    Just saw an error in my previous post. It should have read: That’s why the discussions downtown have shifted from an academic/athletic perspective to an economic development one.

  81. Ralph June 20, 2010 7:26 pm

    The SA is going green, the sunday edition is tabloid size, lots of trees being saved.

  82. A-House June 20, 2010 7:45 pm

    Liked Fred’s article about the WAC.

    UH must continue to be pro-active in different plans to stay alive should the WAC fade. Benson’s idea of asking non-D1 teams to join the WAC is completely unacceptable if he wants to WAC to become a better conference. So “small minded and tunnel visioned”. Just because Boise St succeeded doesn’t mean those mentioned will rise and bolster the WAC. He continues to forget that Bosie St, now how the heck could he do that, was a power-house football team at DII when they were accepted into the WAC.

    One important item that the UH-Manoa power houses must never forget is the although UH is the senior most member, they could be left behind just like the last time 8 teams bolted the WAC – out of the WAC because of economic constraints!!! Happened once, why not again?

    Now is the time for “power brokers” in the state must put pressure on UH, Legislature, business, etc. to back UH sports so they can also reap the benefits which is a part of successful athletic programs – especially, football.

    And I agree with all those who feel that attendance at football games would return to the 40-50,000 fans IF good teams are scheduled; especially from the PAC 10. Com’on, Jim D use your charm to get UCLA on board for football!!!

  83. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 7:50 pm


    One day, when some of our talented Tsaiko’s hit the motherlode, we can make it right. One day…tsigh!

    Maybe we already are…Just because we don’t have the big money doesn’t mean we can’t whisper the right words into the ears of those that do. So what if we’re broke if we can go around and encourage hundreds of others to donate a few dollars and their time to the cause? Having done so, have we not contributed in a positive way? I think that’s what a lot of us do, whether we know it or not. Our passion or desire to see our UH program reach unparalleled heights can be contagious. So let’s not get discouraged… frustrated at times, sure… maybe a little saddened, but we shouldn’t be discouraged. I think maybe I should go wear my Warrior shirts more often… Be a walking banner… can’t hurt..can only help, eh?

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  84. al June 20, 2010 8:17 pm

    st…besides numbering the posts…don’t for get to ask for alternating color bands for every post.

    and while i am at it…how about the old font/size and boldness?

  85. al June 20, 2010 8:20 pm

    watch godifu…thanks for your clarifications. i did a search whence first brought up and forgot to reply.

  86. al June 20, 2010 8:23 pm

    greenthumb…thanks. hawaiian air will be opening the japan routes in a few months. next stop korea and possibly china. now is the time for both uhad and hawaiian air to jump on this asian markets with football/basketball tours from these ports. incorporating a sports package would be just awesome.

    and for our first tour celebrity guide how about the likes of konishiki for starters???

  87. al June 20, 2010 8:45 pm

    meanwhile on the hardwood court…is there room for another johnson?

    while the word on the street was that we would welcome a transfer in the fall it would be hard to pass up another gifted and talented hs big. perhaps we’ll receive word in a few days or so.

  88. Kekoa June 20, 2010 8:55 pm

    MIH ~
    Yep…we already have. It’s a small start. I wanted to get there sooner and with the right goods. As Tsaiko projects go, we usually go for the gusto and get ‘er done while folks are still standing around talking. I like your ‘whisper’ mode idea to get more of the well-oiled people to contribute more and on a regular basis.

    Al, having celebs like Konishiki do the tour guiding would be very popular with the Japanese! They would liken it to us having Colt take us on a personal tour of the ‘Skins camp.

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  90. Marquis Cisewski June 20, 2010 9:02 pm

    See, I wish plenty of the blogs I browse would just be sincere in what they say. I think thats why I always keep coming back here because not only is the details you provide useful, you also keep it “real”…lol.

  91. greenthumb June 20, 2010 9:10 pm

    re: your 8:23 post — yep, sports tours like the ideas you mention would be great! See, you are steps ahead, I was still thinking about how to help UH have cheaper travel for itself and fellow league members for regular-season and post-season games.

  92. A-House June 20, 2010 9:10 pm


    your 8:45pm – your’e teasing us again with all the inuendos of another basketball recruit who is big, talented, etc. – and, a high school one at that.

    now, if he is as good as you make him out to be, how in the world was he missed by all the “big time”, elite basketball schools? are you hiding something from us? is he the 6′ 8″ tall player from that tiny nation near the tip of the “horn of Africa” that appeared in the paper today?

    good news “sometime this week” – hey, you sure you not talking about the football coaching position?

  93. A-House June 20, 2010 9:15 pm


    would Coltie be willing to be a tour guide for the Redskins and UH simultaneously? Japan tour could start here or on the East Coast?

    don’t forget that we also got Akebono and Musashmaru!

    more tourist =s greater occupancy #s for the hotels and airlines plus all that “tax $$” going to the State and Counties.

  94. A-House June 20, 2010 9:18 pm


    perhpas we could begin with “Winter League” games to induce interest if it includes players from Japan and Korea since they should be well known in their respective countries – teams are on Maui and in Honolulu – see, even Duane Kurisu can make a contribution!

    remember when Ichiro played here? saw him at The Les and he was awesome!

  95. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 9:30 pm

    FYI: The Hawai`i Tourism Authority has a staffer who does nothing but sports tourism. Until recently, he focused on golf tournaments, Iron Man & triathlons, surf meets, nd other kinds of inidividual competitive activities – either as a participant or as a spectator. He also provided support for both the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl and the Pro Bowl. However, a few months ago, there was talk about establishing a more focused relationship with the University to create more visitor experiences beyond just going to games/matches for fans coming from various places on the continent.

    I don’t know what the current status is, but the idea of creating sports tours which could include surfing, golfing, going to a football game, and meeting with local sports stars sounds as if it could be doable.

    Will check with The Sports Guy for an update and toss that idea onto his plate.

  96. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 9:36 pm

    O wonder if some of the Colleges and Universities in Japan have Volleyball and/or Baseball teams? They may be more intramural type teams but getting their collective best to play against our UH team might be a start…. I know that they have a lot of “semi-pro” leagues where companies sponsor their own teams. Don’t know if playing any of those would go well with the NCAA, though.

  97. Ralph June 20, 2010 9:48 pm

    coach les used to play Waseda, Nittaidai and another team from Japan, Tokai pops up but not sure about them. Coach Shoji used to take Na Wahine to train with the Japanese business or industrial league team, Daiei. I think Arie Salinger was their coach at the time.

  98. madeinhawaii June 20, 2010 9:52 pm

    Daiei no longer exists, I think… victim of the bubble economy bursting…

  99. Ralph June 20, 2010 9:53 pm

    We need coaches who want to expand, they have to be on the same page with the UHAD and upper campus. What is the UHAD and upper campus vision, mission, and where do they want UH to be academically and athletically, and do they have the coaches in place that want to take on the added responsibility of expansion.

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  101. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 10:47 pm

    madeinhawaii: Sometime over the past three or four years, I remember seeing a wonderful documentary on PBS’s Independent Lens series about high school/college baseball in Japan. Let me do a search on their website to see if I can find out more information on how to get a copy of it – or perhaps it’s permanently on their website.

    What I remember is that baseball is HUGE in Japan because physical size is not important as specific skills such as pitching or running.

    Years ago – at least 25 years ago – I remember watching another documentary about how baseball came to Japan as part of the US occupation following World War Two. That one would be much harder to track down because it was on real film shown in an auditorium.

  102. jm2375 June 20, 2010 10:52 pm

    Numbers!! Yeah, Scott!!

  103. jm2375 June 20, 2010 10:53 pm

    Hey what happened. First they were there, then pooof! they’re gone!

  104. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 11:08 pm

    Whoops! Wrong PBS documentary series. It was on POV – film-making shorthand for Point Of View.

    Kokoyakyu: High School Baseball
    PBS Broadcast: July 4, 2006


    In Japan, baseball is not a pastime — it’s a national obsession. And for many of the country’s youth, the sport has become a rite of passage, epitomized by the national high school baseball tournament known simply as “Koshien.” Four thousand teams enter, but only 49 are chosen to compete in the championship that grips the nation for two weeks every August.

  105. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 20, 2010 11:35 pm

    CHANGE OF SUBJECT: We have a very large custom-made dog house available in exchange for a donation to the Washine Bracelet Fund through the UH Foundation. One of DrDoc’s contractor clients built the house in exchange for accounting services.

    Although we thinking about getting another dog, I doubt it it will be a big one this time around. Little did we know when we found him injured and abandoned at Waiahole Beach Park in August, 2003, that the scrawny half-grown pup would wind up weighing over 100 lbs until the last few weeks of his life.

    If you’d like to make arrangements to see the house, please send an e-mail to swood at hoku dot com and be sure to include your real name and a daytime phone number.

  106. Ralph June 20, 2010 11:42 pm

    too bad Las Vegas isn’t living in Hawaii, he could use a custom, larger dog house, he is always in the dog house but his kennel is kind of small for him.

  107. Kendall June 20, 2010 11:48 pm

    Al’s talking about chris Johnson of south Kent prep. He has just become a qualifier to be able to play next season. 6’6″/6’7″, 225lbs. High major body with 43 in. Vertical.

    Hope we can get him.

  108. wafan June 21, 2010 2:31 am

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  109. wafan June 21, 2010 2:33 am

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  110. wafan June 21, 2010 2:37 am

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  112. Kekoa (iPhone) June 21, 2010 6:11 am

    Good morning Hawaii ( is broadcasting from *Wet ‘N Wild* on da Wessai. They already have 400 people in the water enjoying the 1st day of Summer!

  113. jm2375 June 21, 2010 6:17 am

    Good morning Tsaikos!
    Hi Kekoa!

  114. Kekoa (iPhone) June 21, 2010 6:17 am

    Nalani’s niece Anuhea featured this morning at about 06:40 AM on KHNL. Not sure if she will be performing in or under the water at Wet ‘N Wild.

  115. Kekoa (iPhone) June 21, 2010 6:23 am

    Howzit jmxxxx! Play *hooky* from work, come down da Wessai and jump in da wadah and get Wet ‘N Wild!

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  117. jm2375 June 21, 2010 6:31 am

    Hi Kekoa – no can. Too much work to do… Wish I could. Haven’t been there in a while. I hear it’s half-price on Wednesdays.

    Swam out to Flat Island yesterday from the Kailua boat ramp. Too many tourii there who were trying to “dock” their kayaks on the sand bar. At least someone directed them to the beach. Nice day, surf was a little rough.

  118. jm2375 June 21, 2010 6:33 am

    Just venting – is there not enough news today that yesterday’s stories are still on the main HA web page? Oh yeah, and in the story about towing, it’s not Oahu St, it’s Oahu Avenue…

  119. jm2375 June 21, 2010 6:33 am

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  120. djmitcho June 21, 2010 6:54 am

    Good Morning Tsaikos. It may be the first day of summer, but it sure doesnt feel like it here in Spokane. Well hope everyone has a good start to the week.

  121. Buffoman June 21, 2010 6:55 am

    Plan, baby, got to have a plan. And, please, this time, let’s try to be bold.

    First, if there is some unhappiness expressed by some in the WAC, hopefully FSU, Nevada and UH, with leadership, why not change? Seems like just about all are in agreement that constantly looking for the bottomfeeders to fill open spots makes little sense, yet we continue to keep with is strategy. Is that the bold plan for the WAC?

    As I stated previously, get someone who thinks bigger. Get someone like a Steeg or a Uberroth. Think small, be small, be irrelevant, eventually be gone with a whimper. Hey, if we’re going to be gone, why not go out in flames or give us the best chance to make a real shift. Personally, I think we’ve stayed the course with Benson way, way too long.

    UH. As I stated earlier, there needs to be an institutional wide shift. If we are to get the Asian market we need to also do it in the classroom. Why would China and Korea and possibly Japan want thier college bound students studying in America? Find out what this is and get the best teachers to our campus. Sell this to the countries. Take along the athletic program, build relationships with the college campuses exchanging students with UH. As those start to solidify businesses may start to take notice. Television could be sold on the building of the relationship. That could build the coffers with additional revenue to offset the playing on their turf.

    Problem, it won’t happen overnight so the State would have to invest long term and from what we’ve seen they don’t do that well. There needs to be leadership that is respected and a plan that people would invest in. We don’t have that at the moment.

    So, until the UH is viewed as much more than a school and more as a potential to generate commerce for the institution and State beyond the traditional means (research grants), it will be a struggle.

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  125. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc June 21, 2010 4:34 pm

    madeinhawaii – In case you didn’t see this last night:

    Whoops! Wrong PBS documentary series. It was on POV – film-making shorthand for Point Of View. It should answer your questions about baseball in Japan. Anyone want to accompany Coach Trap to Japan for a recruiting trip in August – wonder if he knows about this and is planning to go?

    Kokoyakyu: High School Baseball
    PBS Broadcast: July 4, 2006


    In Japan, baseball is not a pastime — it’s a national obsession. And for many of the country’s youth, the sport has become a rite of passage, epitomized by the national high school baseball tournament known simply as “Koshien.” Four thousand teams enter, but only 49 are chosen to compete in the championship that grips the nation for two weeks every August.

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