Harding is semifinalist for punting award

SAN JOSE β€” Scott Harding is one of 10 semifinalists for the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top punter.

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Trouble with young’uns is they have that dazed-puppy look when anybody makes a “Do you know the way to San Jose?” reference.

Being navigationally challenged, I tried the line twice.


The Warriors, meanwhile, arrived via a direct flight last night. They are scheduled to have a modified practice this afternoon. They are without ailing running back Steven Lakalaka and defensive lineman Marcus Malepeai.

I’ll post pictures after the workout. If you need to reach me, I’ll be at In-N-Out Burger.


  1. UHfan808 November 14, 2014 5:52 am

    Good morning, Tsai-kos!

  2. UHfan808 November 14, 2014 5:53 am

    Hey wow I’m like first and second! Hehe

  3. Stephen Tsai November 14, 2014 5:54 am

    Hey, there.
    I’m in the hotel lobby … for another three hours. This is what happens when the redeye gets you into a city five hours before check-in.

  4. UHfan808 November 14, 2014 5:57 am

    Thanks and in advance for the coming photos, ST!

    Well good need is at least you all already found da way dere hehe πŸ˜€

    Have a good modified practice to get ready and.. GO WARRIORS!!

    We’ll be cheering for ya! Yahoo!!! :mrgreen:

    Have a nice Aloha Friday, Everyone! πŸ˜€

  5. UHfan808 November 14, 2014 6:05 am

    Hey, ST πŸ˜€

    Maybe grab another nap…

    Or head to In N Out Burger already?

    Can’t ever get too much of that place, right? πŸ˜‰


  6. oneseaso November 14, 2014 6:08 am

    #3 .. ST … If you politely go to sleep on their lobby couch, they might just find a room opened up sooner … worked once anyway πŸ™‚

  7. oneseason November 14, 2014 6:09 am

    #3 .. ST … If you politely go to sleep on their lobby couch, they might just find a room opened up sooner … worked once anyway πŸ™‚

  8. 3-Prong November 14, 2014 6:17 am

    Smile, it’s Aloha Friday in Paradise!

    Good morning to UHFan808 and oneseason, da earlyrisers.

    This is the week to get a road win.

  9. Old School Dave November 14, 2014 6:25 am

    ST: If get time, you can also get your “omiyage” (gifts) for the folks back home at the nearest Trader Joe’s πŸ™‚

    Read somewhere that they’re planning to remodel Spartan Stadium.

    Go Warriors!!

  10. oneseason November 14, 2014 6:48 am

    #7 … 3-Prong … I definitely would like to see a win. It would take 5 wins this season to make me feel that coach Chow was beginning to lead the program in the right direction. But these last 3 are winnable so … Let’s Go Bows!

  11. haka November 14, 2014 6:56 am

    Let’s Go Warriors!
    No way San Jose!
    Beat the Spartans!

    All the best to Jared Leaf!

    Nice to hear that Sammis Reyes is back with the BasketBows! I think he’s the next crowd favorite to replace the departed ‘Fro. Let’s Go Bows!

  12. kakaako kid November 14, 2014 7:13 am

    I not young and I don’t know nor do I have any desire to know the way to San Jose…unless a UH game is scheduled. Go to nowhere, go 10 more miles and you are there…got it.

  13. Slugger November 14, 2014 7:16 am

    Happy Aloha Friday!

    Really cold here. Hope SJ is warmer. Gooooo Warriors!

    My sis should be at the game…

  14. Old School Dave November 14, 2014 7:37 am

    Visited some relatives up in the Bay area years ago. Kids woke up saying, “I can see my breath!!” It gets cold up there in Nor Cal.

    Looks like Oregon State fans are not happy with Mike Reilly, but the Athletic Dept doesn’t have the money to buy him out.


  15. gobows November 14, 2014 7:40 am

    kakaako kid,
    thats the way to laramie.

  16. 4-Prong November 14, 2014 7:45 am

    old school dave: differnt situations with mike riley though. Oregon state fans may be getting upset because of perceived mediocrity. Norm Chow hasn’t come anywhere close to mediocre. or even “bad.” he’s been somewhere between “boring circus show” and “Post-Iceberg Titanic.”

  17. gobows November 14, 2014 7:49 am

    harding is 2nd in the nation with 2806 gross punting yards on 67 punts (41.9 avg). kristian stern of utsa leads with 2906 on 70 punts. i imagine harding has the best net in the country.

  18. gobows November 14, 2014 7:54 am

    hardings net punting is 41.1. punt returners get less then a yard per punt.

  19. AlohaSF November 14, 2014 7:55 am

    Calling all Warrior Fans in N. Cal!!! Let’s support the TEAM this weekend!
    Hawaii pride and the Aloha Spirit is alive and well in N. Cal. Come talk story with the growing Bay Area ohana, cheer on our team to a major upset. The gods are nice to us, as great weather is upon us…sunny, blue skies, 60s weather. We are thankful that many volunteers are coming at 7 am to help setup for the 10 am tailgate at a beautiful covered venue near the SJSU stadium. Room for up to 1,000. Tables and chairs for our fans, live Hawaiian music, including special apprearance from Alex Kawakami of Manoa DNA (( Alex is now a official CA expat). ono kaukau by Hukilau restaurants, special souvenir Warrior Green Cup promo with BUD, and chance to win air tixs to Hawaii and weekend stay. N. Cal Outrigger Canoe Assn, Kamehameha Alumni Assn, UH Alumni Assn. and plenty other Hawaii clubs and Bay Area Hawaii College Clubs are coming together for this Bay Area tradition. As well as lettermen and families of current and former HI football players.

    ONE BIG OHANA GATHERING. Check out info esp Friday night’s Warrior football kickoff party at Hukilau SJ and fabulous Warrior taigate on SAT. A Bay Area tradition. 15th years!!! Go Warriors. Make us proud. All info at hccnc.com for tailgate site (SJSU baseball covered pavillion…8 min walk to stadium…see tailgate map)

  20. Old School Dave November 14, 2014 7:56 am

    4-Prong: No argument from me in that it’s been a very disappointing 3 years under Chow. Still, there are 3 more games remaining, and as gloomy as it looks, I still hope for the best. I really feel for players like Scott Harding, Moses Samia, Beau Yap, and the other seniors on the team and would like to see them go out with a couple more wins.

    Heard on the radio that UH coaches have not been seen much at local high school games at the Stadium. Are they focusing more on JUCO players? The signing date for JUCOs is in December, I believe.

  21. 4-Prong November 14, 2014 8:13 am

    if that’s the case, focusing on juco players might be a good thing. try and fill the holes in the roster immediately to get wins. the clock is ticking on chow. even if he’s not fired this year, another losing season next year with attendance crashing through the floor, and you can bet the house that chow is gonna be long gone, and the next coach will clean house and boot off the entire coaching staff.

  22. jm2375 November 14, 2014 8:14 am

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    ST – you know where I live. Bring back some In-and-Out burgers for me, please. πŸ˜†


  23. Stephen Tsai November 14, 2014 8:18 am

    I love my little “office.” I’ve got a table, an electrical outlet, food, coffee and stacks of notes I’ve been compiling. (OK, I’ve got a People magazine, too.)

  24. ArcumFortis November 14, 2014 8:19 am

    18 OSD. I’m with you about the seniors. I so appreciate that they decided to be Warriors and dedicate these years of their young lives to our team. More than anything I hope we can squeak out a few wins for them before aloha time.

  25. d1shima November 14, 2014 8:22 am

    Great Morning All!

    in n Out? Switch it up…Tommy’s Burgers! Triple Chili Cheese, please.

  26. Old School Dave November 14, 2014 8:23 am

    Doesn’t DC Kevin Clune have a 2-year contract?

  27. Kanak November 14, 2014 8:37 am

    Nice to see some positivity in the comments today, so I’ll join along and say yes these last 3 games are “winnable” either than the fact that 2 are on the road. But who know’s maybe Chow pulls a rabbit out of his hat establishes some momentum by getting his first road win, presses on thru the 2 remaining games and changes everybody’s tune *fingers crossed, rabbit foot in hand, praying to the big guy above*… GO BOWS!!!

  28. Tempmanoa November 14, 2014 8:58 am

    I used stay positive by ignoring the losses, and looking for improvement, and I still do, but it gets very hard when out of the 34 games Chow has coached for us, he has lost 28 of them. That is too many losses to ignore. In addition, we don’t seem to improve– which is logically consistent since we don’t win. Our offensive stats put us at the bottom of the Mountain West in almost every major category (we should judge against the Mountain West and not nationally with the SEC and PAC 12) and this has been true every year Chow has been here. Defensive stats headed up this year– up being average in the conference– but once again we have been slipping. But our primary problem is the offense and we need to fix that tonight.

  29. Old Diver November 14, 2014 9:05 am

    Mike Reilly like Norm Chow is stuck in the past trying to run a pro style offense against superior conference talent. Even with superior talent USC and Stanford are struggling to beat spread teams.

  30. Ipu Man November 14, 2014 9:07 am

    How are the French fries at In and Out?

  31. islandman November 14, 2014 9:14 am

    #17. — Hawaii is 9th in the nation net punting at 41.12 net yds. UTSA is 26th at 39.62 net yds .

  32. 3-Prong November 14, 2014 9:19 am

    Old Diver: good point about spread team and the future of football.

  33. A-House November 14, 2014 9:20 am

    S Reyes:

    glad to see that he decided to play for UH this year – presume he was watching practices to see how it goes before making his final decision

    perhaps like UH administration, he pulled the “gun” to early, but he has the flex of staying or going – guess Reyes liked what he saw in acting HC and how the players are practicing and responding to Benji – BJ was foolish to agree in firing Gib and Jaren go – thus, ugly conclusion is that BJ will not back his coaches

    would not surprise me to see a law suit against UH – if so, atty should name BJ and acting chancellor individually so they cannot use UH legal counsel as a shield – it would be a definite conflict of interest trying to represent UH and individual(s) simultaneously

  34. Shoko November 14, 2014 9:34 am

    Reyes probably thought it would be better if he played this year and gain experience on the court and see if there are more suitors that will be interested next year. It’s hard to jump ship given little time to put out feelers to other schools. Good move on his part. Now he just has to show what he can do on that court.

  35. Shoko November 14, 2014 9:44 am

    Coincidentally, the UH MBB’s first game is against Arkansas Pine Bluff, who are also facing NCAA sanctions and could be facing postseason bans, scholarship reductions and a multi-year probation.

  36. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 9:48 am

    from what me reads on here.. from those that know very much more then i do…the last 3 games are NOT winnable…that is reality…UNLESS there is sum changes in play calling under coach CHOW…it has been mentioned over n over…our offense is
    ‘predictable’…..like playing against 13 …it is not going to happen…when n if the changes are made in his ‘head’ …then maybe so….i know we have the personnel on the field (or on the bench) to win..n many if not all games in the past were winnable…

    one has to look in the mirror n see ones short-comings.. n admit it…n either ask 4 advice..or change ones thinking…or both…

    as far as JUCO is concerned… will sum one explain to me…why a standout player from the great island of MAUI is relegated to spot duty…as he …learns the system…compared to JUCO’S coming in n playing…most are there for maybe grade reasons…n have a talent i guess.. but why are they ‘not learning the system’ for a year ? that to me is Chow…BS…like BW said, stop the excuses.. man up….

    sumone pointed out on here…that a interception happened because ewaliko ‘stopped running his route’….n if so… where is his coach correcting him….surely sum are making mistakes.. n more mistakes…where are the coaches..that is why they are there.. correct n help them…maybe sum og the position coaches are not that experienced to correct n teach ????

  37. 4-Prong November 14, 2014 9:56 am

    #34: possibly because all these vaunted recruits that UH has from hawaii and from the continent actually aren’t very good, and the coaching isn’t good enough to develop them.

  38. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 9:57 am

    A-HOUSE….HOPE not to troubling to you if me correct one small but large portion of your post above about BJ…’ugly conclusion is that BJ will not back his coaches’..
    should have added… ‘WILL NOT BACK HIS PLAYERS ALSO’….sleep on cots…sleep in locker room.. no checks…can’t be up front with BB PLAYERS AT MEETING HE HAD WITH THEM…the list goes on n on.. Ad_infinitum….

  39. tom November 14, 2014 9:58 am


    A-House #31

    “conflict of interest” – what’s that?

  40. Inyoface November 14, 2014 9:58 am

    We should win the game this weekend, San Jose St. is soft.

  41. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 10:03 am

    MAYBE UR RIGHT 4-PRONG.. but ewaliko does have sum speed…. n he seems to be ok…just not enough ‘playing time’ maybe…

    if u n me had a 100 yard race n you beat me handily 10 times.. n me was starting…there must be other compelling reasons..why he is not racing down the field to catch passes.. n if there are ..sum bad things he does.. where are the position coaches …to correct them…???

    well me dont think now me able to finish that 100 yard crawl…he he he

  42. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 10:04 am

    inyoface.. that is what they have up in their locker room wall…
    ‘UH IS SOFT’

  43. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 10:06 am


    what does obama n chow have in common ??

  44. Down with... November 14, 2014 10:36 am

    you should visit these spots for food if you haven’t already…
    -Crustaceans or Thanh Long-SF
    -El Grullense in Redwood City
    -Roscoes in Jack London Square, Alameda

    Go Bows!!!! Get Chance…i think

  45. iwonderwhytheyhateme November 14, 2014 10:41 am

    Whispers from some high level Koa Anuenue members will satisfy some fans if plans come to fruition…


  46. A-House November 14, 2014 10:44 am


    is there a conflict of interest if a single attorney represented the interest of UH/State of Hawaii and an individual coach or professor simultaneously?

    claims adjusting legal classes and advice from the esteemed late Wally Fujiyama is that he cannot represent the insurance company and an adjuster simultaneously because his interest in to represent the insurance company and , if necessary, lay legal malfeasance against the employee who failed to follow accepted adjuster training/procedures laid out by the carrier.

    correct or incorrect?

  47. A-House November 14, 2014 10:48 am


    are you ST in disguise? playing with us by throwing out “fodder” so some can take and “run a muck” with wild visions of grandeur or wishful thinking such as Na Koa will take a hard stance on Chow

  48. iwonderwhytheyhateme November 14, 2014 10:51 am


    ST would pick a much more respectable and better looking disguise than I….

    Just cross your fingers…We are not the only disgruntled fans. There are those with leverage that are moving chess pieces…

    Tick tock, tick tock…

  49. SteveM November 14, 2014 10:56 am

    Good morning everyone!

    Good luck to Scott Harding!

    ST — “Do you know the way to San Jose?” only came out 50 years ago… they may never heard of Dionne Warwick too.

  50. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 10:59 am

    who is dionne warwick ?

  51. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 11:01 am

    wish the clock goes..tick…tick…tock..tock .. make it a 2 for one deal.. he he he

  52. Da Punchbowl Kids November 14, 2014 11:24 am

    As a punter, Harding is the best all round player anywhere. If the organization looks at that, he should win big. Mr. Do-It-All deserves many accolades, this is just one of he is worthy of. It he doesn’t get any, it just further underscores how political/stupid college award organizations and the media can be.


  53. Da Punchbowl Kid November 14, 2014 11:25 am

    Kid, not Kids!

  54. iwonderwhytheyhateme November 14, 2014 11:26 am

    st. Anthony Trojan,

    I never said it wasn’t a 2-for…Then again, never said it was …;-)

    Tick tock, tick tock.

  55. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 11:34 am

    well we can only hope huh he he he..
    maybe can make pay only 200 k a year on installments if both go….
    no interest.. be nice…then can handle…

  56. cocobean November 14, 2014 11:40 am

    #43. Are they the same ones who got Chow the job in the first place?

  57. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 11:41 am

    I—WONDER….if lose by to much this weekend…maybe no need ‘timer’ for then chess pieces…. but feel so sad n sorry for the student athletics..what they have had to endure under him n BJ…DISGRACEFUL REALLY..

  58. cocobean November 14, 2014 11:42 am

    #48. Whitney Houston’s aunty.

  59. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 11:47 am

    REALLY COCO… NEVER KNEW THAT… they both got voices…enjoyed dionne,,.n herb alpert…them times past…n the ink spots…older though..

  60. SteveM November 14, 2014 11:49 am

    RE: my #47

    The best I could say regarding Scott Harding was “good luck”. Scott rolling up even bigger and better numbers means we are punting…usually early and often. πŸ‘Ώ But Harding is one of the most exciting punters to watch and I hope he gets the national attention (and award) he deserves. But I really wish he need not punt so often…


  61. tom November 14, 2014 11:57 am

    A House #43

    “conflict of interest” – you are taking me too seriously!

    The people up at UH Admin wouldn’t know what a conflict of interest was even if it run over them with a steamroller!

  62. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 12:05 pm


  63. obachan November 14, 2014 12:15 pm

    JUCO recruits = job security. High school recruits better for long term program development except of course when the coach may not be around for much longer, as is the case with Chow. Ciao for now.

  64. Wes'side Warrior November 14, 2014 1:05 pm

    Aloha, Gang!

    Frustrating that our claim to fame this season is our punter/punt returner/receiver, but it is what it is.
    Hope UHAD/Marketing is taking that ball, and rolling with it. Harding is a talented young man, and deserves the recognition. If he were in a big-boy conference, he’d probably be a lock for the award already, even as the ink on the list was still drying.

    Hoping for a good game tomorrow, Warriors!

    Good way to San Jose… fly in to Monterey’s airport… visit Clint Eastwood’s Hog’s Breath Inn restaurant in Carmel… Stop for trinkets and pictures along Cannery Row in Monterey (and maybe even take in the Monterey Bay Aquarium if get time)… head north from Fort Ord, along the coast… stop by at the beach boardwalk in Santa Cruz… then cut across to find your hotel in San Jose.


  65. Boolakanaka November 14, 2014 1:14 pm

    ST– take it from a former long-term-resident of SF, three words–swan oyster depot. Bring cash, it’s on Polk street near the tenderloin. Run don’t walk!

  66. gigi-hawaii November 14, 2014 1:44 pm

    ST, have fun in San Jose. Surely, there must be better restaurants than a burger joint. Lol.

  67. 808warriorfan November 14, 2014 2:18 pm

    First stop last night on arrival was In-and-Out in Millbrae right by the SF International Airport. Was @ least a 20 min wait and the drive through so we headed for the Carl’s Jr. in San Mateo; excellent substitute but you can’t beat In-and-Out…First stop this morning was Peter’s CafΓ© at the corner of Millbrae & El Camino. Best breakfast in town. 2 of us had Loco Moco’s and I had Teriyaki Steak & Eggs…’brok da mouth…now if only the men’s hoop team can win tonight for starters…

  68. jimmy the lock November 14, 2014 3:07 pm

    …Kimo and the Crew, sucking up the brew
    Pulehu meat smoking on the side
    All surfers are a dropping by and the high school kids
    Are popping down Kalakaua for a ride…

    It’s Aloha Friday!


  69. Willie November 14, 2014 3:31 pm

    Report of cover up by Tallahase police involving two Florida State football players that ran away after a traffic accident. Plus FSU President commenting about newspaper reporting about this unsubstantiated incident.

    Also saw something about a Arizona State football player arrested for DUI that warranted a one game suspension.

    Guess there are different standards when you are in the big time and so much money is tied to a football teams success.

  70. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 3:45 pm

    enjoy there warrior.. bring home a win.. for us poor folks he he he

  71. Kapahulu November 14, 2014 4:22 pm

    At the UH Football get together at San Jose HUKILAU.
    Food is good. Tiki Room in back getting full.
    Hawaiian Music is about to start. UH Na Koa people here handing out green beads.
    Prizes to be given out later. UH Logo Gear available for purchase.
    Norm Chow should be here around 8 pm.

  72. d1shima November 14, 2014 5:56 pm

    Chee! Road Warriors!

  73. Tempmanoa November 14, 2014 6:00 pm

    A House, an attorney representing the University in the NCAA investigation may be in a professional conflict if he represents anyone other than the University since the interests of the university are not the same as those of the basketball coach, and the Athletic Director, for example. The University may be advised to take action to fire the Athletic Director or Coach and that would put them in conflict with the University. There may also be conflicts between the interests of the Athletic Director and the University in the same manner. The assignment of blame or responsibility or agreement with the NCAA on penalties may also create a conflict between the Athletic Director and the Coach over who should bear penalties or be terminated.

  74. A-House November 14, 2014 6:02 pm

    tom #58:

    youn’guns would be stymied by the word “steamroller”

    metal drums were hallow and willed with water to the desired weight for pressure when paving – like using a “steam iron” while pressing clothes

    at age 15, I was using a 90# jack hammer to bust rocks off a Cliffside – no PPE then – no wonder my hearing is getting really bad in both ears now

    Mrs A-House throws a fit when I say “ha” – what did you say? – she calls it selective hearing

    we are planning to visit Windward mall food court for the game tomorrow – intuitions tells me UH will win – if so, then my treat to kifi and SteveM at Maple Garden

  75. A-House November 14, 2014 6:06 pm

    if, and a big IF UH should win the last 3 games – what will people say about getting rid of Chow?

    5 and 8 is still a lousy record when it could have very well been 11 – 2 or 10 and 4.

  76. A-House November 14, 2014 6:08 pm

    temp #70:

    yep, it could create a very unpleasant situation with 3 or more attorneys blasting the other parties to make their client look good

    suppose the public would get a better idea of what really transpires at UH

  77. 4-Prong November 14, 2014 6:29 pm

    #72: A-House, norm chow should still get fired.

  78. Z November 14, 2014 6:42 pm

    Nice win for the Rainbow Wahine. Let’s go Bows!!!!

  79. Z November 14, 2014 6:52 pm

    Colorado State was picked to finish first in the MWC. Huge win and start for The wahine basketbows.

  80. 808 November 14, 2014 7:11 pm

    UH still has a chance of 5th place in their division. Small steps. Maybe next year Chow can get them to 4th in their division. Follow that same progression:

    2016: 3rd in the division
    2017: 2nd in the division
    2018: 1st in the division

    There you go problem is solved. To save money UH keeps Norm Chow for the remainder of his contract. At the middle of his 5th season, offer Chow a three year contact with performance incentives. If he doesn’t meet those goals, write in an opt out clause where Chow can leave on his own or be let go. By that time, UH will be able to find the money to hire their next coach.


    I just hope this team can win on senior night.

  81. Willie November 14, 2014 7:34 pm

    #72, you are joking, right? Could very well have been 11 or 10 wins and your math does not add up.

    Have we been watching the same games while sober?

  82. 808 November 14, 2014 7:36 pm

    #52 (11/13/14) yesterday’s post

    I was referring to a post about an article someone placed on the blog about June Jones and what a great story it was about Jones.

    June Jones did good in Hawaii. He is the all time winningest coach. But, the past is the past. I don’t want him to return to UH. He quit on his players at SMU. If he did that there, he will quit again when he gets tired and he can’t sleep. Let him quit on another team. His time at UH is over.

    I hope this program can move forward with a new coach willing to do what it takes to improve. At least, Chow is not a quitter. Even though he has a crappy record, he is not a quitter and that is a great attribute to have.

    I am looking forward to 2017 football season.

  83. el burro sabio November 14, 2014 7:40 pm

    iwonderwhytheyhateme November 14, 2014 at 10:41 am
    Whispers from some high level Koa Anuenue members will satisfy some fans if plans come to fruition…

    Interesting. If this means a buyout, we’re talking $800,000 to be paid to Coach Chow. If that $800,000 were instead given to the football team, they could have paid for something that would actually help the players, like charter flights to Ft. Collins and San Jose. Less overall travel time, less wear and tear on the bodies, more school days, less nights in a hotel. Giving money now seems to be a bit too late.

  84. Tempmanoa November 14, 2014 8:49 pm

    Tough decision for BJ coming up re: Chow. He thought this would be Chow’s peak year, and his money year going to a post season bowl– BJ was so sure of it, that he put bowl earnings into the budget. It is hard to figure out what Chow’s best year was, in some ways this was. The problem for all of us now, though is that next year will be another down year as we need to pick and develop a starting QB. Chow’s problem is that he is not a coach that turns a program around quickly, but moves slowly and it takes him a long time to make changes– but there are some coaches like the Colorado State Coach, who can turn a program around in one year, Chow takes longer to get things turned around and to make corrections– look at how long it takes him to figure out his staff, positions, starters, etc. He does not seem to have a sense of urgency and having things happening quickly.

  85. beans November 14, 2014 9:23 pm

    Packing up and soon out the door……………..I think I can find my way. !st stop tailgate @ 10:00 am. Then to show support for our boys. Go Bows Go!

  86. Willie November 14, 2014 9:37 pm

    My #81 post is in reference to #75 comments, not #72. Hope he can clarify.

  87. 3-Prong November 14, 2014 9:51 pm

    Liking me that Webster-Chan! Oh what could have been with Fotu.

  88. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 9:53 pm

    how the BB BOWS are doing there ?

  89. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 9:55 pm

    how the BB bows doing so far ?

  90. 3-Prong November 14, 2014 9:58 pm

    Valdez is feeling it!!

  91. st. anthony trojan November 14, 2014 10:14 pm

    interesting on JJ… quitting…seems to me i read..he was out the door..when his hiring was nixed by the president the university…so he quit…real reason …only he knows…sleep n sum other stuff is all we know…he saved SMU sum money i guess by leaving…

    chow on the other hand…is not a quitter…well in m,y book he should be…he is only bringing discord to the UHAD…N RED INK UP THE GAZOO…

    THERE IS FOR ME NO PROBLEM IN QUITTING IN NE ENDEAVOR … if you can look in the mirror in the morning n truthfully say…I gave my best… but my best is not good enough…n take the necessary steps to step down…yes he is a quitter… but he did it with honor n compassion for what he is leaving behind…quitting in the heat of a battle is sumthing else entirely…

    in chows case…he is to egotistical…it seems like ne way…to step away gracefully n stop all the ‘damage’ he is doing to the community n the football program…i much more humble n practical person…would be packing his things..or making sum kind of ‘deal’ to leave gracefully…(we all know he has a ailing wife) n no one would fault him 4 that…if hev does not..all the woes the UHA WILL SUFFER IN THE COMING YEARS WILL BE PLACED ON HIS SHOULDERS…AS IT SHOULD BE…

    JJ on the other hand…only leaves questions in my mind…what was the real reason the president did not approve his hiring…when the AD there n others there wanted him….could be a phone call from the SMU president ? HE wanted out…why not just let him go…interesting stuff behind the scene…

    meanwhile.. the chess pieces are being moved here…n time will tell…

  92. Z November 14, 2014 11:00 pm

    Basketbows fun to watch. Our guards really got the hops. And they can all shoot.

  93. Da Punchbowl Kid November 14, 2014 11:29 pm

    Love dem hoopsters!

  94. oneseason November 15, 2014 7:05 am

    Game day? 4+ hours to kickoff … do we know the way to the San Jose end zone?

  95. Tempmanoa November 15, 2014 7:08 am

    Stephen Tsai’s matchup this morning pretty harsh. San Jose State has the edge on Offense, Defense, and Special Teams. SJSU is 3-6 is this really a winnable game?

  96. Kapahulu November 15, 2014 7:19 am

    Game Day.

    ST, you up yet?

    Went to the San Jose Hukilau UH Football Kickoff party last night.
    The place was packed. UH Band came in and played a couple of songs including Hawaii Five-O. Ben Jay was there and spoke to the crowd.

    Norm Chow came and gave a fiery speech. He and the team are very appreciative of everyone’s support. Lots of ex Hawaii residents there. Good food and fun.

    Ready for the UH Football Tailgate. Starts at 10 am.

    Go Rainbow Warriors!

  97. Kapahulu November 15, 2014 7:46 am

    Game Day.

    Ready for The UH Football Tailgate and Game at San Jose State.

    Game time temperature 64 degrees.

    Go Rainbow Warriors!

  98. Stephen Tsai November 15, 2014 7:47 am

    It’s game day.
    Go here: http://hawaiiwarriorworld.com/?p=26010

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