Second chance

Two days before the Charleston Southern game, linebacker Aaron Brown overslept, showing up about 30 minutes late for practice. His punishment was a variety of on-field exercises (bearcrawls, rolls, wheel-barrel) as well as his starting job for the CSU game. 

But he was allowed to play in the second half, and he paid off his debt with seven tackles, including two in the backfield. 

“I’m grateful they let me play that game,” Brown said. “I made a mistake. I paid for it. Now it’s time to move on. It’s behind me.”

The Warriors could have easily held out Brown in an undramatic second half. But Brown has worked hard this year. His overall good work merited a second chance. It’s nice that the Warriors were able to mix discipline with compassion. 

* * * * * 

Good practice today:

• Billy Ray Stutzmann worked out as the No. 1 left wideout. Dustin Blount also got work there. 

• Brett Leonard is back, this time at left guard. He missed the first four games because of a knee injury. 

• Brent Rausch did not practice today. Not sure why. 

• Offensive lineman Chauncy Winchester-Makainai has been cleared to practice. He missed the past game because of a concussion. 

* * * * * 

They call it the “turf monster,” that invisible force that caused running back Chizzy Dimude to lose his footing in the open field the other night. 

But what happened to running back Hogan Rosehill is not a joking matter. Rosehill fell to the turf after making a non-contact move. He’s now expected to miss the rest of the season because of the knee injury. 

Opponents consider the Aloha Stadium turf to be “fast,” which means it has little give. Unfortunately, it is different from the grass and artificial surfaces the Warriors use for practices. Plans call for the stadium’s turf to be changed after the season. 

* * * * * 

While the renovations at the UH athletic complex continue, Dave Shoji is using a room in the Stan Sheriff Center that does not always have cell-phone reception. And that explains why he was outside, sitting on the Sheriff Center steps, doing a telephone interview with a radio show. 


On a related matter, this picture was sent to the radio host, who said his phone does not accept picture texts.


  1. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 6:39 am

    Chizzy’s feet were moving faster than his body. very noticable. Great on real grass.

  2. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 6:40 am

    What a contrast going from Folsum field back to Aloha stadium, then add into the mix the practice surfaces

  3. gigi-hawaii September 28, 2010 6:40 am

    Poor Shoji — he looks lonely!

  4. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 6:41 am

    This coming game is very winnable if the warriors can push aside the mental mistakes and don’t beat themselves.

    The bulldogs could be in for a very disturbing surprise.

    Just need to contain WR Livus

  5. gigi-hawaii September 28, 2010 6:41 am

    Hi ST!!!

    Too bad “they” buried your football notes in Ferd’s bylined story and gave you credit at the bottom…

  6. Stephen Tsai September 28, 2010 6:42 am

    Cool Ethan:

    Good observation.

    Folsom Field is one of the best manicured fields we’ve seen.

  7. Cheyah! September 28, 2010 6:42 am

    Speedy recovery to all those injured!

    Go Warriors!

  8. chopsueyboy September 28, 2010 6:44 am


    Top Ten!

    Good Morning Tsai-kos!

  9. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 6:44 am

    I still use my Nextel freebie phone that is now 4 years old. Problem free, and I named it Simple Simon.

    Best antenna, reception, yadi yada. Can get them brand new on Ebay for about 10 – 15 $.

    My touch phone stays inside the desk, unused.

  10. Stephen Tsai September 28, 2010 6:44 am

    Gotta leave for practice now.

    My son has a car now, so I can’t use him as an excuse for being late to practice. If I’m late, I might not get to cover half of this week’s game.

  11. Steve September 28, 2010 6:50 am

    Good Morning, All. Top 20!!! Everyone have a good day now.

  12. Cheyah! September 28, 2010 6:52 am

    If you’re late to practice ST, you should do bearcrawls and wheel barrels like Aaron Brown did. We can’t get the scoops if you’re late to practice.

  13. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 6:53 am

    I played on Folsum field once. First impression was if all fields were this nice, there would be no discrepency. It would be a nice universal model for collegiate ball

  14. Da Punchbowl Kid September 28, 2010 6:57 am

    Good Mornig Gangeez! 🙂

    Top Twenny!

    What, no bearcrawls for a late reporter?

    Tough break for Rosehill. Hopefully he heals up fully and quickly.

    Thank goodness the turf is being changed!

    Watching Rosehill run, I kept thinking back to your early comments about him Stephen – he looks like he can play!

  15. Garret September 28, 2010 6:58 am

    Nice mention of the Warriors that will play in next week’s Monday Night Football game.

    Patriots LS Jake Ingram and Dolphins WR Davone Bess, WR Marlon Moore and LB Ikaika Alama-Francis were teammates at Hawaii from 2005-06.

  16. Garret September 28, 2010 6:59 am

    UH was so good in 2005-2006 that they get credit for Marlon Moore also.

  17. Garret September 28, 2010 6:59 am

    I hope that none of the Warriors ever oversleep again. Missing practice is bad for the team and a good example was set for the punishment.

  18. kai kane September 28, 2010 7:04 am

    what’s really interesting is it is Brown’s 100th chance! He MISSED PRACTICE COMPLETELY two days before the road trip! How does a Div 1 football player miss practice? he’s been given too many “second chances” no REAL discipline

  19. Buffoman September 28, 2010 7:04 am

    Nice thing about the first three games, very few noticable stupid personal foul penalities. That speaks volumes to the new discipline and selflessness by a team.

    Every game is a “must win” for this team just given the spector of that CU meltdown on the big stage. For respect, credibility and recruiting, they have to “win” even in a loss, if you know what I mean.

  20. 808ike September 28, 2010 7:10 am

    top 25

  21. Hank September 28, 2010 7:14 am

    …ST, nice story about Dustin Blount…good to hear that he wil be getting some meaningful pt…:>

  22. Garret September 28, 2010 7:17 am

    If a player is late for more than 1 practice, the punishment should be more than just 1 half. But we don’t know if that is really the case…it would be disturbing if true.

  23. Michigan Warrior September 28, 2010 7:19 am

    Glad to hear that the turf will finally be replaced. I hope they look at the safety/health issues of our next surface at Aloha Stadium, and not just the cheapest grass/installation job we can find.

    Agree with Hank… St… great feel-good story on Blount.

  24. Slugger September 28, 2010 7:27 am

    Good morning, gangeez!

    I hope the Stadium Authority tracks the turf condition more closely and plans to arrange for funding to replace the turf before it gets this bad in the next cycle. It’s a health and safety issue.

    Glad to see that Aaron Brown wasn’t held out of the game. He had a great game, proving he’s FAST. Watching the players do the rolls on the field makes my head hurt.

    Time to get ready to go to practice… ESME & out…

  25. Garret September 28, 2010 7:28 am

    The turf was supposed to be replaced at least a year ago when you look at the condition it was in. We talked on this blog for a couple of years about the need and it was disturbing that they couldn’t get it done in time for this season…but next season better than never.

  26. Garret September 28, 2010 7:29 am

    Last season the Warriors had all kinds of turf-related injuries…the turf must be even worse this year. This hurts the team, hurts the reputation of UH, and hurts recruiting.

  27. kev-1 September 28, 2010 7:45 am

    I haven’t been on this blog for very long, but now that the turf is being talked about, have you all ever talked about a natural grass surface? The grass practice field at UH is very well manicured and looks like a great playing surface. I say look, because I’ve never set foot on it. After all, this is Hawaii. Wouldn’t grass be sustainable? Would up keep be to expensive, or would it be just too difficult to keep green and kept up?

    I’m sure this has been debated before, but I’m just curious.

    Great day to all!

  28. Hank September 28, 2010 7:45 am

    Easy for me to say…but as much as i love to watch Rodney Bradley go long…me thinks he should rest this week and try to make our trip to Fresno …a strain is a muscle tear and it needs to heal my brother Warrior…

  29. Da Punchbowl Kid September 28, 2010 7:47 am

    Nice story on Blount. Seems like a really good person and an unselfish player.

  30. gigi-hawaii September 28, 2010 7:49 am

    Yes, ST’s story on Blount brought a tear to my eyes. ST has a way with words!

  31. gigi-hawaii September 28, 2010 7:51 am


    was Mouse a good speaker yesterday at the Willows?

    I planned on attending, but got sidetracked by a doctor’s appt.

    The mouse that roared — haha, I like that.

  32. mctruck September 28, 2010 7:57 am

    Waaaaah-waaaah, bo-hoo….I got tears in my eyes as well…..what did ST, say now???

  33. mctruck September 28, 2010 7:58 am

    just feeling rambunkkkcessssss…..just joking, ms. Gigi….bwaaaaahahaha!!!

  34. jm2375 September 28, 2010 8:02 am

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    What time is practice? 0800? Gee, for once, ST may be on time, if he doesn’t get lost! 🙄 bwahahahahaha! j/k ST

  35. gigi-hawaii September 28, 2010 8:06 am

    If ST were a rat in a maze, how would he do? Get lost? LOL

    Nah, no worry. I’m the same way, ST.

  36. jm2375 September 28, 2010 8:10 am

    The set-up crew for t-gate – there is an American Cancer Society walk from Richardson Field to Ford Island Saturday morning starting at 8 am. Parking for the event is supposed to be at the Stadium. Hope you guys don’t have too much trouble parking. Maybe why Site 5 wasn’t available.

  37. kev-1 September 28, 2010 8:11 am

    How much longer do we have Blount? Great story.

  38. Garret September 28, 2010 8:20 am


    Blount graduates in December, this is his last season at UH.

    Grass won’t work at Aloha Stadium because the stadium is also used for high school football games and the conditions would be unplayable. Too much use tears up a grass field, especially when coupled with rain.

  39. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 8:24 am

    So many factors when dealing with natural grass.

    One paticular is labor cost.

    Out here where grass needs to be mowed and manicured weekly 12 months a year, the management would be tedious.

    Plus, Garrets point is tops too.

    Then add in when the Kona storms come around starting soon btw, A drenching downpour would not be pretty. Depeding on the lower layers of soil mix.

  40. NCAA September 28, 2010 8:28 am

    I just read some of the posts in the previous blogs by Mr. Whitey.

    This is directed to Mr. Whitey. If, for example, a college golf team is crushing their opponent and there is no way the opponent can win, should the leading team coach direct his players to play bogey+ the rest of the day?

    A college swim team is crushing their opponent and there is no way the losing team can win and there are still 3 more swim disciplines that need to be completed. Does the winning team coach tell his swimmers to dog paddle or go for a swim record?

    No matter what, you go out there to compete, keep things simple if need be.

    Wahine volleyball this week…GO WAHINE!

    Warrior football players stay focused this week…GO WARRIORS!

  41. kev-1 September 28, 2010 8:32 am

    I’m looking at two state workers sitting in a truck under a tree right now who look like they could use something to do. One is lying down in the bed of the State of Hawaii truck and the other has his feet sticking out of the window of the cab. Maybe these guys could take care of the grass field? They are here every day and will be back in the afternoon too for their 3:00 siesta.

    Just kidding. I figured it was cost and maintenance. Didn’t think about over use by high schools and stuff. But really, do high schools need to be using Aloha Stadium anymore? Especially the ILH. There are a lot of nice fields at ILH schools that are used for JV and practice. Case and point, Saint Louis. They have field turf for practice!

    But yeah, I guess grass would be more pain than pleasure.

  42. tommui September 28, 2010 8:47 am


    I remember the grass field at the Termite Palace. Lots of fun when it had a downpour. I remember Aaron Ahu (sp? right person?) in a game where he scored 4-TDs in a really muddy field, slipping, sliding but then he was from Hilo …

    It would be nice to have grass at Aloha Stadium (other than smokers) if the drainage was super good, maintenance cost was extremely low and not used too often or at all by the high school teams.

    Of course the polo matches at the old stadium help cut down the expenses for fertilizer but that is another story…

  43. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 8:50 am


    Good to read your input on that issue regarding competition. Every sport requires it. If not, it become boring and flatline.

    no one want’s showup for that, resulting in a drop in attendance. There is already that problem trying to be addressed with the football games, so the last result needed is to end the game early with 5:30 sec. left.

    These athletes sacrifice their lives for lengthy practices to play the game,as The coaches are reimbursed monetary for their time.

    There is a reason why each of the 4 quarters have a set time limit, and the same for all other sports, as you pointed out well.

    One minute left with taking a knee I understand completely, but this was ridiculous.

  44. al September 28, 2010 8:51 am

    who’s marion moore? thought he went to fresno st.

  45. al September 28, 2010 8:52 am

    tommui…was that bobby ahu?

  46. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 8:54 am

    btw, that was me bouncing back and forth with Whitey. Though I respect his viewpoint towards showing aloha spirit toward the other team, ( Especially CSU, which I have high regards for)…I still haven’t recieved his answer on his feelings towards the word “Fair”.

    I personally don’t care for the word and it’s negative output. I think it should be tossed from the english dictionary.

  47. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 8:55 am

    Good memory Tom Mui on the Ahu ohana.

    Was it Bobby?

  48. software store September 28, 2010 9:03 am

    What are some money saving tips that you use?

  49. al September 28, 2010 9:15 am

    wasn’t it blount who led the warriors in a pre-game prayer?

    thouht i caught that on the mack show a week ago.

  50. LizKauai m/ September 28, 2010 9:18 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

    Love the stories and the tidbits…


    GO WAHINE!!!

  51. koakane™ September 28, 2010 9:24 am

    good morning tsaiko country

    nice day but looking like a high humidity day seek ac peeps

    gotta do plenty stuffs so outta hea and catch you lattas

  52. Ipu Man September 28, 2010 9:27 am


    eat grass.

    Read somewhere someone was using them

    to cut grass and costs.

  53. SteveM September 28, 2010 9:34 am

    Good morning everyone!

    Re: #42

    Tom — I remember the mud in the termite palace. I was a high school yearbook photographer and was on the field often. By mid-season, the only grass you could see was on the fringes. The mud was at least 6 inches deep. All the newspaper streamers helped give the mud a thicker paper mache consistency. 😆

  54. Na Koa Mike September 28, 2010 9:38 am

    9/27 Na Koa lunch report is now up:

  55. kthej September 28, 2010 9:40 am

    unfortunate injury for Rosehill. Aloha Stadium turf is awful. My son tore his ACL last year in a high school game – non-contact injury. Maybe it’ll take a lawsuit for the staudim guys to provide a safe playing surface. I don’t think real grass is an option – how about installing and maintaning the best possible turf surface. Maybe then the Pro Bowl will want to stay.

    It’s a great for high schoolers to play at the stadium – continue to allow them to do so

    UH Warriors – o-line continues to get-the-job-done. MO is the man – throws such a catchable ball. Defense looks like they may have turned the corner – we’ll see this week if its fo’ real.

  56. Okole Maluna September 28, 2010 9:44 am

    Looking back on the old termite palace. A high school girl took me and my brother to our first football game on thanksgiving double header or was it triple header. Been that I just came from Japan at 10 years old, didn’t know what the hell they where playing on the field.

    But I new when to throw all the newspaer streamers. Brings back memories of old termite palace.

  57. Mad Dog September 28, 2010 9:46 am

    Aloha Stadium’s new turf should be the same shade of green as the Warrior’s uniform. If Boise can mask their players’ uniforms with the same shade of blue as their turf, perhaps we should do the same. I’m not sure if the play by play announcers would appreciate that.

  58. kev-1 September 28, 2010 9:47 am

    Is allowing high schools use of the stadium make sense financially? Hardly anyone goes to those games. I’m assuming the ILH picks up the cost (electricity, stadium staff, etc.)?

    Don’t get me wrong, I know it’s great for the kids to be able to play at the stadium, but is it cost effective?

  59. GRM September 28, 2010 9:48 am


    It was Bobby Ahu who did those fantastic returns. I was there.

  60. A-joe September 28, 2010 9:49 am

    Mad Dog! I like your idea! Design to where it actually looks like the UH uniform.

  61. kev-1 September 28, 2010 9:53 am

    Mad Dog – make um black! All black unis and black turf. Just gotta cover the field during the day so the sun doesn’t fade the turf.

    btw . . . people say that complaining about Boise’s blue turf disquising their players is bogus and just mental. I think that is BS. You can barely distinguish the players from the field when you watch them on TV. Imagine what it must be like trying to execute a pass play while looking out for defenders.

    The blue turf is a gimmick and an unfair advantage, whether it is mental or not. Why won’t the NCAA do something about it? After all, if they got rid of the blue turf and Boise suddenly became less bullet proof at home, the NCAA wouldn’t have to listen to people complain about Boise and a shot at the national championship.

    Buck Foise!

  62. al September 28, 2010 9:55 am

    grm…that’s where i saw you!

  63. Slugger September 28, 2010 10:07 am

    Tyler Hadden can kick FGs from the 50 yd. line. Allen Sampson standing behind the goal posts catching the balls. Double duty practice after the main workout was done. Defense ran sprints after practice. Good to see Kevin Spain without his splint on walking ’round the field with Bubba.

  64. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 10:10 am

    ***Off Topic***

    I lifted my personal boycott on Hawaii Five O as the UH Rainbow Warrior Marching Band WILL be featured in national ads for the show after all.

    Last night’s episode seemed rushed, I kinda laughed at the opening hostage scene as it seemed a bit too “out there” and unrealistic, but overall I appreciated the potential for this show to gain a real national fanbase.

    Grace Park… YIKES!!! She alone could keep the show afloat! 😎

    My real concern for longevity is how sterile the characters of Danno and McGarrett seem. Even their attempts in comedic banter seemed forced. Hopefully the writers can cure this problem as they both need to really carry this show.

    But not bad overall.

  65. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 10:11 am

    Um… Dave Shoji’s cell cannot get reception in the SSC?

    I wonder who is cell provider is???

  66. Garret September 28, 2010 10:13 am

    As I’ve mentioned several times already, most Pac-10 schools are really hurting with their Athletic budgets, with the problem being much worse for the California public schools. Cal just cut 5 sports–baseball, rugby, lacrosse, and men’s and women’s gymnastics.

    Baseball and rugby are among five varsity sports teams to be eliminated by Cal as part of moves that will save the financially-strapped athletic department $4 million as well as enable the school to remain in compliance with federal Title IX laws requiring gender equity.

  67. Garret September 28, 2010 10:16 am

    It is great that Bess is having this level of success when he’s up for a new contract soon.

    Bess made 6 catches on Sunday night, on just 7 targets. He averaged 14.3 yards per catch, third most on team behind Brian Hartline (16.8) and Brandon Marshall(16.6). But, more importantly, Bess continued to be a monster at moving the sticks on 3rd down. Three of Bess’catches came on 3rd Down with six or more yards to go, and all three resulted in first downs.Similar to Lousaka Polite who is a guaranteed first down on 3rd or 4th and Short, Bess is almost automatic when it’s a long distance 3rd down.

  68. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 10:17 am


    Very sorry to hear your son suffered a severe injury at Aloha Stadium.

    But you are spot on when saying that sometimes, or a lot of the time, it takes a lawsuit or a major incident to start moving things along.

    Reactive and NEVER proactive…

  69. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 10:18 am

    CAL cut baseball? 😯

    I wonder how good they were and if the Rainbows ever played them??? Anyone?

  70. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 10:19 am

    On a side note, someone asked me if UH athletics included women’s gymnastics.

    I said yes.

    They are the cheerleaders. 😎

  71. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 10:21 am

    Did they ever rewrite the bid description to allow our local companies to bid?

  72. Garret September 28, 2010 10:26 am

    Cal’s rugby team won 25 national titles since 1980.

    Cal’s baseball team made it to the NCAA Regional last season, so they aren’t bad! I just read an article that said that they had the 3rd most players in the Major Leagues (LSU 9, Long Beach State 8, Cal 7).

  73. Garret September 28, 2010 10:28 am

    Cal’s baseball team was also in the NCAA Regionals in 2008. I’m not going to bother checking further back than that but 2 NCAA Regionals in 3 years isn’t bad.

  74. tommui September 28, 2010 10:38 am

    GRM #59 – right, it was Bobby. I was there too! Enjoyed it – even though it was wet wet wet!

    Of course at that age, one doesn’t worry about pneumonia!

  75. tommui September 28, 2010 10:40 am

    kthej #55

    You should see it on PPV – the green is faded and looks very very worn. Maybe they should telecast the game in regular density instead of HD – might make the field look better!

  76. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 10:44 am

    I’m very surprised that any UC schools would give up baseball.. wow..

  77. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc September 28, 2010 10:48 am

    The Aloha Stadium turf will be replaced after the Pro Bowl in January with a MAJOR chunk of the cost being picked up by the NFL. Will find out how much at the Stadium Authority meeting this Thursday.

    There are other issues involved here which I have not yet confirmed – and probably won’t have time to do so anytime soon – but they deal with warranties, the fact that the Pro Bowl was not held here this past season, and a couple of other issues.

    Tonight and tomorrow night on PBS, there will be a six and a half hour (all totaled) special on modern major league baseball and the economic impacts that new baseball thinking has had on player recruitment, building new stadiums, how the game is played, and much more. It’ll probably take us a couple of weeks to watch the entire mini-series, but I am definitely looking forward to it.

    Don’t forget to bring your HI-5 containers from home or the office this Saturday. The next beneficiary is the men’s basketball program.

    Finally, if you want to be part of the solution rather than the problem, click on my name for the latest on the PLANT A NATIVE TREE Campaign. No cost, by the way.

  78. Mad Dog September 28, 2010 10:49 am


    The stadium carpet looks faded and worn in real life too.

  79. Garret September 28, 2010 10:50 am


    Remember how I posted about the $20 billion hole that the UC system has in their pension fund and the huge budget cuts that the UC and Cal State schools have had and are about to have? This situation is going to get much, much worse…one reason why UC-Davis doesn’t have money to move to D-IA now and why other California state school Athletic Departments are getting really squeezed.

    Fresno State needs the increased revenue from the MWC just to have their Athletic Department survive. SJSU has to take every bodybag game they can find and cut everything they can. Increased football success (and $10 million in student athletic fees) has SDSU in decent shape.

    My biggest worries for the WAC’s survival are La Tech begging C-USA to take them in and SJSU have to find a way to cut Athletics even more.

  80. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc September 28, 2010 10:51 am

    Re the California schools – are you talking about high schools or the state university system? If so, that will have a HUGE impact on UH both positively and negatively. We’ll get some great players, but what replacement teams will the Basebows play both pre-season and in the WAC?

  81. Garret September 28, 2010 10:56 am


    The $20 billion pension hole was *only* for the UC system. The other budget cuts I mentioned apply only to the state universities.

    The high schools are actually in decent shape. The public school that my daughters will go to has more AP classes than Iolani and Punahou and smaller class sizes. The class sizes in our district is limited to *19* kids and the kids have separate PE, Science, Art, Music, and Computer teachers in addition to their regular teacher (who gets to have prep periods when the students are with the other teachers)…nice for a public school.

  82. gigi-hawaii September 28, 2010 11:01 am

    Garret, that’s incredible! They will get a great education.

  83. Shoko September 28, 2010 11:02 am

    Aloha fellow Warrior fans!

    I know this is still early in the season, but I thought I’d look at what the bowl predictions from the many sports prognosticators that are willing to give their opnions.

    It appears, CBS Sports is predicting that the Warriors play against Houston in the Hawaii Bowl. Take it for whats its worth. Use it for what its worth.

    Go Warriors! Beat the Bulldogs!

  84. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 11:14 am


    At least they still have us playing in a Bowl somewhere, eh? Where do they have SMU?

  85. Garret September 28, 2010 11:15 am

    Report from the WAC presentations today seems to indicate that Montana isn’t as enthusiastic about moving up to D-IA as the Texas schools.

    In addition to UTSA and Texas State, Denver and Seattle made presentations — both are interested in joining as non-football schools — and Montana had an informal meeting. Montana, regularly among the best FCS football programs in the country, is conducting a feasability study for the jump to FBS. Any discussions about membership won’t take place until that study is finished, Benson said.

  86. Garret September 28, 2010 11:17 am

    Benson wants UT-San Antonio to join the WAC in 2012, but that is a problem for UT-SA because their team won’t even start playing until 2011 and they want to wait until 2013.

    A potential sticking point for UTSA could be when it is ready to join. Hickey said she doesn’t want to join any sooner than 2013 — the team will be almost entirely freshmen and sophomores before that — while Benson is going to push hard for 2012. Benson declined to answer when asked if that could be a deal-breaker.

    The NCAA requires a two-year “reclassification” period when moving up a level, but Benson seems to think the NCAA could grant a waiver considering the league’s situation, having just lost three members in recent months.

  87. Garret September 28, 2010 11:18 am

    If UT-San Antonio isn’t ready to move to D-IA quick enough for the WAC and if Montana isn’t interested, it seems that the WAC is a little short of teams.

  88. Shoko September 28, 2010 11:18 am


    Sorry, forgot to include the link in my post. Right, there is always a reason to be opimistic. 😉

    Seems like they got SMU in th Eagle Bank Bowl with with Maryland.

    Here’s the link:

  89. Garret September 28, 2010 11:19 am

    It appears that invitations will be provided before the football season is over.

    Benson said campus visits will likely be the next step for the serious candidates, which could happen within the next 30-60 days. With strong enough support from the WAC — Benson said it would take 75% approval of the six remaining schools, or at least a 5-1 vote — invitations could be extended at the end of said visits.

  90. Garret September 28, 2010 11:22 am

    I don’t think that expecting UH to be in the Hawaii Bowl is being optimistic…I think that UH will win at least 8 games, including La Tech this week. There are a lot of weak teams in the WAC–NMSU is really bad, SJSU has a lot of injuries, Utah State has a lot of injuries and just got blown out by SDSU, etc.

    It isn’t like UH is playing in the Pac-10 or MWC. The bottom of the WAC always has a bad depth problem and they all seem to have a ton of injuries now.

  91. Garret September 28, 2010 11:22 am

    Utah State’s head coach was injured getting out of bed…

    Utah State football head coach Gary Andersen suffered a neck injury at his home Monday morning and is recovering.

    “Gary is a very fit and well conditioned individual with a low resting heart rate and low resting blood pressure. He simply got up too quickly and fell, injuring his neck, which from the wear and tear on his neck from his football days made it a more worrisome injury. His prognosis is good, and he will be fine,” USU team physician Dr. Trek Lyons said.

  92. Garret September 28, 2010 11:25 am

    The Big East might add TCU? Which team would the MWC invite then? Utah State has already said they would accept an invitation, which would leave the WAC in bad shape.

    Having survived the most recent wave of expansion intact, the Big East Conference is studying ways to bolster its position and has targeted TCU as very attractive candidate to help strengthen its football league, The Post has learned.

  93. Shoko September 28, 2010 11:26 am


    I could have sworn I read an article about UTSA expediting their move to FBS when the Southland Conference mandated that all their sports would be required to participate and not allow their football team to go independent.

    Regarding the feasibility study for Montana to make the jump, didn’t they say that they weren’t ready to make the jump about a month ago? Man, its hard to keep up with these prospective WAC teams that made proposals.

  94. Shoko September 28, 2010 11:29 am

    Garret #90,

    I stand corrected. You’re right, its not an overly optimistic scenario for the Warriors to be in a bowol game. I”l retarct that part from my post.

  95. Shoko September 28, 2010 11:32 am

    Anyway, got to get back to work. Be back later tonight.

  96. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:39 am

    Second chance, OK.

    Beyond that, hmmmm…..

  97. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:40 am

    Na Koa Mike,

    Thanks for the report.

    (btw, Craig was getting texts in TN about Billy Ray’s TD)

  98. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:42 am

    Any thoughts about natural turf in Aloha Stadium should have been dashed last year(?) when the field ended up under 6 inches of water during a rainstorm.

  99. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:44 am

    I believe it was in a November long ago while listening to Chuck Leahey call a high school game that I learned the word “quagmire”

  100. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:46 am

    …and about using a manapua as a unit of measure.


  101. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 11:48 am


    What’s your opinion on this..?

    Are the Warriors more attractive to another conference as as a standalone football program or as a full package?

  102. Paka September 28, 2010 11:48 am

    If Hawaii makes the Hawaii Bowl, and we’re bowl eligible. I guarantee we will be playing UH. ESPN wanted the match up last year.

    Garret: I don’t think LaTech will get an offer from C-USA. If someone leaves they may have a shot, but even then, there are other teams that the conference wants to target.

    I’m not sure TCU to the Big East makes sense for them. It is an AQ conference, but for how long? Plus they seem to be doing fine with making the national ranking in the MWC.

  103. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:49 am

    from the Na Koa report:

    The offense can’t be stopped if it’s executed well. We can move the ball against anyone if we execute.

    It’s nice to have a true believer around again.

  104. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 11:51 am


    Wanna trust the stadium authority or any state entity in maintaining a natural grass field all year long???????????????

  105. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:52 am

    Howzit Paka!

    Coulda used lillo bit more “horsepower” on Friday, eh? 🙁

  106. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 11:52 am

    With the WAC hearing presentations from five schools today, it seems like two things are going to happen to UH:

    1) Stay put for all sports.

    2) Leave football in the WAC and try to get the BIG WEST to take our other sports.

    I like #2 as it saves a BOAT LOAD of kala for UH with travel expenses to the point where paying subsidies for the other BIG WEST schools would still save UH money in travel.

    #2 is PROACTIVE approach to UH’s money problems. #1 is the easy way out.

    Then there is #3, which is the indy/Big West route and it looks more and more like a distant possibility at this point.

    I do like the idea of having Texas State volleyball and softball as new foes for the Wahine though!

  107. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 11:52 am

    Speaking of natural turf.

    The outfield at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium is pretty lush and soft.

    Good job!!!!

  108. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:55 am


    We get our own “Ralphie” for take care if they do! 😆

  109. Paka September 28, 2010 11:55 am

    Grass field wouldn’t work at Aloha. Maintanance costs much higher than for turf. Plus everybody plays on the thing. It would be a mess. Not to mention the fact that it rains quite a bit there.

  110. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 11:56 am

    A glaring indication of how bad the turf at Aloha Stadium is, is how many players were wearing “turf tape” on Saturday.

  111. Paka September 28, 2010 11:57 am

    d1—We didn’t play well at certain positions, but give them credit, they are a really good and experienced team. We didn’t embarrass ourselves.

  112. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 11:57 am

    Wouldn’t the MWC feel more confident to seek a more suitable replacement for TCU other than Utah State?

  113. d1島 September 28, 2010 11:59 am

    Billy Ray Stutzmann worked out as the No. 1 left wideout. Dustin Blount also got work there

    So Bradley was a spectator today?

  114. Paka September 28, 2010 12:00 pm

    Kazz—I think Utah has the biggest audience for the MWC. Plus they have good basketball, and nice facilities.

  115. Paka September 28, 2010 12:02 pm

    I remember when we played in the Hawaii Bowl last year. I was bragging to the players how much better the turf will be for them(because our turf sucks at SMU). I knew they would be faster at Aloha. But when we got there, I was really shocked by how bad it looked.

  116. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 12:03 pm

    Im just thinking that adding Utah State wouldn’t do anything to help replace TCU as far as BCS AQ status is concerned.

  117. Paka September 28, 2010 12:05 pm

    Kazz—You are probably right on that. I think they are talking to a bunch of C-USA schools as well. Us included.

  118. Garret September 28, 2010 12:07 pm


    The MWC already showed their interest in Utah State over all other WAC teams. The mtn network is really only dominant in 1 state, Utah, and they may need a team in that state to keep the TV money rolling in. Plus, Utah State brings basketball revenue that far exceeds what the conference would pay them.

  119. Garret September 28, 2010 12:09 pm


    I know that it isn’t likely that C-USA will invite La Tech soon…but C-USA could be raided by the MWC or Big East and then La Tech would have a spot.

    SMU could end up in the Liberty Bowl instead of the Hawaii Bowl if you win the conference.

  120. kapakahi September 28, 2010 12:11 pm

    Everyone seems to forget to….blame the legislators for denying the Aloha Stadium’s earlier requests for the necessary funding in order to cover the cost to replace the turf sooner.

    BTW, heard from some current UH players that the turf at Ching Field isn’t so great itself. Not sure how “safe” it is, but has heard consistently that it’s just too bouncey & slippery….’cuz too much rubber not evenly mixed in. But then again, you’ll never hear that officially from any UH administrator or coach ‘cuz it just wouldn’t be politically correct from a PR standpoint with the Ching Foundation being that the turf was installed with donated funds.

  121. Garret September 28, 2010 12:14 pm


    What’s your opinion on this..?

    Are the Warriors more attractive to another conference as as a standalone football program or as a full package?


    That depends on the conference, because you have to weigh what UH brings to the conference vs. what they pay out to each member. To the WAC, UH is more valuable as a full member because the WAC may lose too many teams and lose their NCAA basketball spot and other things. The WAC basically cannot afford to lose anybody anymore due to the rule about needing so many schools that have played together for at least 5 years.

    UH doesn’t bring enough to the MWC because of poor football computer rankings and because of travel costs. UH also doesn’t have the basketball success of Utah State.

    Frankly, I don’t see what other conference UH could join as a football-only member so I don’t know what you are getting at.

  122. kapakahi September 28, 2010 12:21 pm

    New or old….looks like it just doesn’t matter….since non-contact knee injuries are bound to occur….like at the new turf at the new Meadowlands Stadium.

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  124. Garret September 28, 2010 12:23 pm

    Injuries occur all the time…but I remember UH players getting infections last year that were specifically attributed to the bad state of the turf. I saw some pretty gross photos of some of those injuries.

  125. kev-1 September 28, 2010 12:29 pm

    Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy off topic.

    I just read that a prisoner charged with sex assault was caught trying to climb over the fence at OCCC. Do you think he was trying to get a coffee from the Wild Bean Espresso truck across the street? In case you don’t know about that truck, google it. yikes

    sorry for the irrelevant post

  126. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 12:39 pm

    I agree that UH is more valuable to the WAC as an all-sports member than a football-only member, but I think that changes if the WAC adds some non-football schools (as it is apparently seeking to do) and can get an exemption to the NCAA rule about the minimum number of schools that have played together 5 years (which Benson has already said will be requested). With those issues addressed, having UH as a football-only member would actually be better for the WAC, because it would make the conference a realistic option for potential additions like Montana and Sac State that could afford to send their football team to Hawaii every other year by taking advantage of the Hawaii exemption but lack the cash to send all of their non-football teams to Honolulu annually.

  127. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 12:46 pm

    Garret, thank you for sharing the report about the Big East’s interest in TCU. I’ve seen it rumored on various message boards but that’s the first confirmation from a legitimate source. It seems to me that if the MWC did lose TCU, to the Big East or another conference, they wouldn’t necessarily backfill. Ten members is awkward for football and I could see them standing pat with nine, especially given that after losing TCU, the likelihood of the MWC attaining AQ status would be pretty much nil.

  128. al September 28, 2010 12:52 pm

    it is amazing how fast the turf has worn down. it is probably due to the high school games that had been played there in the past.

    i don’t believe that the turf will ever be black, because that would preclude us from any future pro bowl affairs.

  129. al September 28, 2010 12:53 pm

    i wonder if the the six qb’s played last saturday is some kind of ncaa record for most qb’s to participate in one game????

    anyway, who else carries six qb’s????

  130. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 12:53 pm


    I was just asking for your opinion. Thanks for your response.

  131. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 12:57 pm


    I was thinking along the same lines…I’m also wondering if further expansions in the PAC10… MWC and elsewhere might not also include other non-football schools, for political and/or other reasons, too.

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  133. Pomai September 28, 2010 1:13 pm

    What happens if Utah and Colorado don’t make it into the PAC 10? Wasn’t there some rumors that it was not a done deal, that some didn’t want to pay for including the new schools?

  134. bb September 28, 2010 1:17 pm

    A few Rod Tam lunches could pay for a new turf.

  135. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 1:22 pm


    Actually, I believe the turf at Ching Field was used with money appropriated from the legislature.

    The donated $5 million from the Ching Foundation is still un-used along with the additional $5 million raised by UH and or supplemented by more legislature-approved funds.

  136. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 1:23 pm


    September 28th, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    A few Rod Tam lunches could pay for a new turf.


  137. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 1:26 pm

    Is it time for the WAC to draft a more water-tight binding “loyalty agreement”???

    I say make the penalty $20 million for leaving the WAC.

  138. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 1:26 pm

    No wait, scratch that.

    No guarantee we will stay in the WAC…

  139. NCAA September 28, 2010 1:29 pm

    Can politicians donate their campaign contributions to the University of Hawaii? There seems to be many out there who have kissed their political careers goodbye.

  140. Steve September 28, 2010 1:39 pm

    Kazz, need to ask Kelly just how soft the outfield grass is. Seemed like she was always standing in dirt last year.

  141. NCAA September 28, 2010 1:46 pm

    Mr Steve,

    I don’t get it, why was she standing in dirt?

  142. kapakahi September 28, 2010 1:48 pm


    I too saw some of the staph infection photos….some of which were contracted by current players in the UH weight room and/or football locker room..

    My point is that the player injuries….and infections….are not limited to Aloha Stadium…..and that both Aloha Stadium and the UH-Manoa Lower Campus Athletic facilities could use further improvements….but need the necessary funding.

    Talk alone won’t help!

  143. Paka September 28, 2010 1:49 pm

    Garret–I think even last year when we looked like we would compete for the conference title, that discussion came up about the Liberty Bowl vs the Hawaii Bowl. JJ wanted to go to the Hawaii Bowl regardless, so the Liberty Bowl officials came here to try and sell us on their bowl. I know that ESPN has a lot of say in these things though and that SMU-Hawaii match-up was their best case scenario. Everyone was bummed when it didn’t happen. I would think this year would be the same. I’m way jumping the gun though. We need to win next week, let alone get bowl eligible before any of that can be even thought about.

  144. mouthwash September 28, 2010 1:51 pm

    Not sure if it has already been pointed out but Brent Rausch WAS at practice today. He just wasn’t wearing his orange #16 jersey, he had a regular shirt on.

  145. Steve September 28, 2010 1:53 pm

    NCAA, seems like there is one area of the softball outfield that grass has a hard time growing in.

  146. softballgal September 28, 2010 1:54 pm

    So glad to see freshman billy ray stuzman getting a chance to play. i think he is gona be a superstar for Hawaii.

  147. kev-1 September 28, 2010 1:56 pm

    Since you brought him up . . . I’m not really feeling Brent Rausch anymore. I know he doesn’t get much time, but the guy must practice way better than he plays, because when he hits the field, he is very un-impressive.

  148. kapakahi September 28, 2010 2:05 pm


    You might be right about the source of funding for the Ching Field turf.

    Even then, you’ll probably never hear any UH administrator or coach concede that the relatively new Ching Field turf is not all that great.

    You’ll probably only hear that from the players themselves….and maybe even the UH Lower Campus maintenance staff that are responsible to upkeep the field.

  149. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:06 pm

    There is that one spot out there in center that looks like it’s been worn down. It was like that too from last season (2009).

    I think something must have died out there… oh yeah… OPPOSING PITCHER ERAs everytime a ball sails over center and into the tennis courts!!! 😆

    But for the most part, 90% of that field is pretty well-kept.

  150. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:07 pm


    I just hope cats aren’t still using that entire area as a litterbox.

  151. Garret (phone) September 28, 2010 2:12 pm


    I agree with your point. I have been trying to do my part and many others are also, even though it is frustrating to try to get through all of the obstacles that exist. UH definitely has supporters in the Legislature and alumni…but I hate it when different parts of the government work against each other, especially when it hurts UH.

  152. Garret (phone) September 28, 2010 2:20 pm

    It is sad to hear that Ching Field has problems now…things will only get worse as it ages.

  153. NCAA September 28, 2010 2:23 pm

    Worn out area in the outfield could just be where Kelly likes to position herself no matter who is batting. I wouldn’t know since I haven’t been in the stadium to notice it.

    Maybe this season I’ll go to their games.

  154. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:26 pm

    Garret’s comment at #151 reminds me of the ANTI-Ouroboros, if something existed.

    The Ouroboros is a symbol of a dragon eating it’s own tail.

    It often represents self-reflexivity or cyclicality, especially in the sense of something constantly re-creating itself, the eternal return, and other things perceived as cycles that begin anew as soon as they end.

    In this instance the symbol should refer to a dragon THROWING UP it’s own tail.

  155. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:28 pm

    I’ve walked on that field at the Ching Complex and it is quite soft indeed.

    I would go as far as to say it has “problems”, but it isn’t used as much which probably leads to the uneven distribution of the rubber pellets, but then again it’s also probably due to the fact that in the beginning the pellets weren’t PROPERLY distributed in a manner that would lead to even distribution.

  156. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:30 pm


    I believe you said you are a student at UHM?

    Anyway, yes, come down to the softball stadium this spring. Bring your friends and make as much noise as you like.

    I’m tired of looking like the only insane individual out there barking out at the umpires and opposing coaches.

  157. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:33 pm

    Once someone told me to tone it down because “it’s just softball”…

    There are a lot of things wrong with this statement.

    From football to softball and all UH sports in between, it’s the SAME concept. The team in green says “HAWAII” on their uniforms and the other team says something else.

    All sports are competitive and to me it doesn’t make sense to act differently from one sport to another regardless of the gender of the athletes playing the sport.

  158. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 2:34 pm


    I meant to say: “I wouldn’t go as far”…

  159. Steve September 28, 2010 2:38 pm

    Yes, NCAA, come down and enjoy something very special that will be happening this softball year.

  160. NCAA September 28, 2010 2:40 pm

    Kazz (removed the Mr. per your request),

    I am a student in the UHM system…cheaper to take the pre-reqs at a community college.

    Back to the turf. All turfs are going to present problems. The Warriors are fortunate to be practicing on a forgiving surface instead of something almost rock solid. The newer turf at Ching field should have a silicone based coating to prevent or minimize turf burns. I can see the effects of our beautiful Hawaiian sunshine can wear out the turf at Aloha Stadium thus contributing to the turf burns.

  161. Slugger September 28, 2010 2:47 pm

    Brent Rausch did not practice today. Not sure why.

    ST ~

    I saw Brent Rausch throwing to receivers during practice. He didn’t have his orange jersey on; it was tucked into & hanging from his waistband.

    I was wondering why Lametrius Davis (#2) was on the side in sweatpants watching practice.

  162. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 2:53 pm

    Isn’t there a kind of coating that can be applied to the turf periodically that will help protect it from the sun and weather, thereby extending it’s useful life?

  163. kev-1 September 28, 2010 2:54 pm

    Isn’t it the same company that installed the field turf at Ching field that is complaining about unfair bidding for the stadium job? If it is, i wouldn’t want them to do the stadium if there are issues with the surface at Ching. You know the old saying “you get what you pay for.”

    Eh how come Rausch not wearing his jersey? Too cool or what?

    I hope Davis is not out because of injury, but I can’t say I’ll miss him out there.

  164. Pomai September 28, 2010 2:55 pm

    I wonder if covering the turf at aloha stadium when not in use would help extend the life of it?

  165. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 3:04 pm


    HONOLULU—The University of Hawai‘i head softball coach, Bob Coolen, announced his fall schedule today. The ‘Bows will play games in both October and November for the first time in recent history.

    Hawai‘i opens their fall practices on Monday, October 4 and will play a doubleheader a couple of weeks later against Christian Brothers University on Tuesday, October 19. The first pitch against the Buccaneers is slated for 6:00 p.m. In November, the ‘Bows will face Chaminade in a three-game series with a single game on Friday, Nov. 5 at 6:00 p.m. followed by a doubleheader on Saturday, Nov. 6 starting at 12:00 p.m. UH will close its fall practices with its annual Alumnae Game on Friday, Nov. 12 at 5:00 p.m.

    Immediately following the Alumnae Game, the Rainbow Wahine will head over to the Stan Sheriff Center, where they will be receiving their commemorative NCAA Women’s College World Series bracelets during the halftime festivities of the Hawai‘i vs. Montana State men’s basketball game.

    The softball team returns 16 letterwinners—including five starters and both pitchers from last year’s record-setting WCWS team. Helping lead the 2011 ‘Bows are All-Americans Melissa Gonzalez and Kelly Majam along with NFCA All-West Region players Jessica Iwata, Stephanie Ricketts, and Jenna Rodriguez.

    The ‘Bows open the 2011 season with the Hawai‘i Paradise Classic (February 10-12) featuring Southern Utah, Texas State, and 2010 NCAA Regional opponent, UC Davis.

    2010 Softball Fall Schedule

    Tuesday, October 19 at 6:00 p.m. – Christian Brother’s University (DH)

    Friday, November 5 at 6:00 p.m. – Chaminade

    Saturday, November 6 at 12:00 p.m. – Chaminade (DH)

    Friday, November 12 at 5:00 p.m. – Alumnae Game

  166. Ipu Man September 28, 2010 3:04 pm

    “Faith is the substance of things hoped for,

    the evidence of things not seen.” (Hebrews 11:1)

    In this week MidWeek, Steve Murray gives us hope:

    Some big name dudes filed “a complaint with the IRS

    …to dump the BCS and institute a playoff…”

  167. grumpy September 28, 2010 3:15 pm

    Warriors should be happy that they have a field to play on. Ask Don Wier about the facilities and field during his days, back when the quarry was…a quarry.

  168. Ipu Man September 28, 2010 3:15 pm

    The group, called Playoff PAC, include a lawyer

    for John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign,

    and a one-time chief counsel for the Democratic National Party

    and a former director of the IRS exempt organizations division.

    And good old Utah Senator, Orrin Hatch.

  169. Ipu Man September 28, 2010 3:20 pm

    “Last week” Midweek’s Murray states, “Playoff Pac

    announced its intent to file a complaint with the IRS

    claiming the Orange, Fiesta and Sugar bowls have violated tax laws

    involving nonprofit organizations.”

  170. wafan September 28, 2010 3:20 pm


  171. wafan September 28, 2010 3:21 pm

    Hoping for uneventful and full recoveries for each of the wounded Warriors.

  172. wafan September 28, 2010 3:27 pm

    Strange things at UT-Austin. What is it with that campus and gunmen?

    Thankfully, this time no one was injured; save the gunman.

  173. Pauoa Boy September 28, 2010 3:50 pm

    Nice article on Blazing Blount today… that one touchdown pitch and catch did show his speed, too bad he’s got two NFL bound guys to compete with in Salas and Pilares. Senior year for him, hopefully he gets into the rotation more often to showcase the breakaway speed. Scouts at the Pro Day will be salavating over the speed, strength, and skills our Warrior Boys possess, thanks to Coach Tommy. I don’t know if its just me but everyone looks a lot faster on the field this year.

  174. Pauoa Boy September 28, 2010 3:58 pm

    Happy to see two local products in Manti Te’o and Corey Paredes leading the nation in tackles at a respective 1st and 2nd. Wish we could’ve landed Manti but he is representing himself and the islands well dominating at a traditional powerhouse school going up against top competition. Corey although undersized has a knack for getting to the ball carrier and bringing him down. Anyway, this sort of recognition can only bring more oppurtunities for high school ballers in the 808 state.

  175. Garret September 28, 2010 3:59 pm

    Montana is sure that the WAC is going to invite them, but they don’t know if they will accept.

    O’Day, the only representative from a Big Sky Conference school at the meeting, also said the WAC intends to alter its original timetable for formally inviting schools. Originally set for the spring, he said invitations will go out perhaps by the end of this calendar year.

    O’Day told Grizzly boosters and repeated to the Missoulian last week there is little doubt an invitation will come UM’s way.

    “We fit a lot into their mold,” he said Tuesday. “But we’re also in a good spot where we’re at. There’s just going to be some tough decisions that have to be made. It is complicated, and it’s going to get much more so in the coming months.”

  176. Garret September 28, 2010 4:00 pm

    I noted in that article that UT-San Antonio gave a presentation to join the WAC has a *non-football* school!

    O’Day said he watched four schools give presentations to league officials as basketball-only member schools: Texas-San Antonio, Texas State-San Marcos, Seattle University and the University of Denver.

  177. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 4:00 pm

    UT-Austin has it issues.

    Look into how security is able to defend themselves and others.

    Austin is a different type of city with decisions compared to the state.

    Both Colorado and Colo. St. have decided to NOT let security pack a weapon.

  178. CoolEthan September 28, 2010 4:02 pm

    Paredes and Te’o should get a medal of honor from the HVB.

  179. Garret September 28, 2010 4:02 pm

    Nice article on Blazing Blount today… that one touchdown pitch and catch did show his speed, too bad he’s got two NFL bound guys to compete with in Salas and Pilares. Senior year for him, hopefully he gets into the rotation more often to showcase the breakaway speed.

    Pauoa Boy,

    I think that Blount is a senior this season. At least that is how UH lists him the last time I checked.

  180. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 4:11 pm

    BASKETBALL ONLY?!?!?!?!?

    WHAT THE EFF??????

  181. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 4:14 pm

    I suppose that until the moratorium on FCS schools moving up to FBS is lifted at the end of this school year, any FCS school pitching itself to the WAC is technically lobbying to join as a non-football member.

  182. Garret September 28, 2010 4:21 pm

    UT-San Antonio actually does only want to join the WAC as a basketball member for awhile so that their football team can at least have a couple of D-IAA years before moving up. Remember, they haven’t even played a game at D-IAA yet.

  183. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 4:24 pm

    I assume they are citing travel costs (to Hawaii and Ruston) as to why they are only interested in joining the WAC in ONE sport?

  184. Garret September 28, 2010 4:33 pm


    From what I understand, basketball-only means all sports except for football. That includes their softball team.

  185. Momo September 28, 2010 4:35 pm

    We will bring a pan of pan Lau Lau for the T gate

  186. Don Weir September 28, 2010 4:36 pm

    Random Thoughts

    1. Tom Mui is not old enough to have been a fan at Honolulu Stadium

    2. Best two turfs I have ever played or coached on are Honolulu Stadium and old San Diego Stadium

    3. Ching Field vs 2nd Iteration of Cooke Field Astro Turf (Monsanto Outdoor Carpet circa 1972 Old turf was laid over asphalt and when you were tackled you bounced like a golf ball off the cart path (last simile due to having lunch with Kelvin Shoji).

    4. I was 400 miles into Baja on the gulf and who shows up one morning next door to us but a GA who worked for Trainer Dean Smith in the 70’s. This was the same guy that used to spray our knees and elbows (that were raw due to turf burns) with hydrogen peroxide to stop infections (it was kept in restaurant ketchup squeeze containers). This is the same guy that reached back one day without looking and proceeded to spray my knees with rubbing alcohol. I admit to swearing and Dean forcefully requested my immediate departure from the training room.

    Once he finished his coffee that morning he categorically denied ever having that happen. I recreated the swearing at him for old times sake.

  187. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 4:38 pm


    Ok then, but that is confusing as heck.

  188. World Wide News Flash September 28, 2010 4:40 pm

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  189. Garret September 28, 2010 4:41 pm


    Only 2 sports make money for the conference, football and men’s basketball. When they refer to sports, they only care about those two. So, basketball-only means no football. They assume all the other sports are included, since no conference will take a school without its basketball team.

  190. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 4:42 pm

    Outdoor carpet = flesh eater.

  191. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 4:45 pm


    September 28th, 2010 at 4:41 pm


    Only 2 sports make money for the conference, football and men’s basketball. When they refer to sports, they only care about those two. So, basketball-only means no football. They assume all the other sports are included, since no conference will take a school without its basketball team.

    Or they could have said “non-football member”.

  192. wafan September 28, 2010 5:01 pm

    Crazy day tomorrow getting ready to host a SkillsUSA Advisor’s Meeting Thursday night and a SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference next Wednesday.

    Cannot figure out why I do this to myself. Figure one day i will get a clue.



  193. wafan September 28, 2010 5:03 pm

    Sure hope the WACed conference makes the right moves over the next year or so.

  194. airsumo September 28, 2010 5:21 pm

    Kazz-Didn’t see softball recruit Mala Lemay on the roster. Any word on why she is not listed?

  195. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 5:23 pm

    Here’s a fun thought… suppose the Big East does take TCU, and a year or two from now, the Big 12 grabs Air Force (along with BYU). That will leave the MWC with only five schools that have played together at least five years: one short of the six required under current NCAA rules for the conference to qualify for automatic berths in NCAA championship tournaments. What an irony it would be if the MWC ran afoul of this requirement and couldn’t get an exemption while the WAC’s leftover six schools remained together and successfully rebuilt the conference. Our friends in Boise, Fresno and Nevada would find that their new “dream home” had no NCAA tournament bids.

  196. Bulla September 28, 2010 5:25 pm


    Tenuous times at best for UH. The frustration is that our destiny is not in our hands, for the most part. The instability of the WAC will have a dire effect on all athletic programs in Manoa. We can only hope and pray for a favorable outcome for UH.


  197. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 5:29 pm


    Coach Coolen described Lemay as a project for their future pitching staff.

    I can only assume that Lemay MAY be on a grayshirt sort of deal.

  198. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 5:36 pm

    Actually I stand corrected, there wil be THREE seniors this season for the Wahine.

    Jacey Jenson is a transfer from Layton Utah.

  199. d1島 September 28, 2010 5:40 pm

    Check ’em out.

  200. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 5:51 pm


    I never really got to explore the site that much, but from what I was able to see it’s pretty impressive. I like the detailed shots of the facilities.

    That website SHOULD be nice recruiting tool.

  201. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 5:53 pm

    The only thing is, it would be more uniformed to have what is featured in and integrate it into the site.

    Ive never been a fan of one entity having two official websites.

  202. tommui September 28, 2010 5:54 pm

    DON WEIRS: re:#186.

    I’m flattered!

    I was just cleaning up some old slides of my now 40ish year old son photographed with Golden Richards and John _____ who played OL with the Dallas Cowboys.

    How were the sales of goodies at Boulder and West Point?

  203. Steve September 28, 2010 5:58 pm


    What position does Jacey Jenson play, also was Shannon Lum on the team last year, or is she a transfer also.

  204. whitey September 28, 2010 6:06 pm

    and at 200, I now have to buy beer for 2 persons, cool and ncaa, when i meet them.

  205. Kazz (click to support UH softball) September 28, 2010 6:09 pm

    Shannon Lum was not on the team last season. She is also a transfer.

    Jenson is listed as a infielder/outfielder.

  206. whitey September 28, 2010 6:09 pm

    ok, what going happen on Saturday???? Wahines will be on road?? but the Warriors will be home to show all that last weekend’s game was not a fluke!!!! Go Warriors!!!!!

  207. whitey September 28, 2010 6:11 pm

    am still thinking if the moose will get playing time this Saturday.

  208. whitey September 28, 2010 6:14 pm

    Good to see that Warriors have depth on both sides of the ball and what is more impressive are players who hardly drew any preseason attention are starting to show that they are gamers.

  209. whitey September 28, 2010 6:18 pm

    this week is the Maui County Fair. Fair still draws a lot of people, but many exhibits prepared by the people of Maui is slowly dwindling. Truly miss the old Fairgrounds in Kahului.

  210. whitey September 28, 2010 6:19 pm

    Good to see that Cassy is doing well in Scotland and being a great representative of Hawaii Jr Golf program.

  211. BG September 28, 2010 6:20 pm

    PAN LAU-LAU I’m there early! “You snooze, you lose!”

  212. whitey September 28, 2010 6:20 pm

    Go Warriors!!!! and now it is brake time.

  213. BG September 28, 2010 6:22 pm

    I’m going to buss out some long dormant cooking talent and cook up a pot of corn chowder for after the game. Trying to talk Betty into cooking some of her special shoyu chicken for me to bring.

  214. BG September 28, 2010 6:26 pm


    thanks for the news on Cassy. Is “Cassy” the way she likes it spelled? I’ve seen it spelled “Cassie” too.

  215. SteveM September 28, 2010 6:31 pm


    I will attempt to list the tailgate potluck contributions for the next two home games. I will list in the Events Calendar entry for the tailgate (click on my name and scroll down to the yellow background section). Reminders (that are obvious, but not) 😐 …

    1. No one expects you to bring enough for everyone. (if it runs out, too bad…)

    2. Not everyone needs to bring something every week. (Imagine if everyone brought food for 6-12 people…we’ll have 6-12 times too much). * If the potluck list looks full to you, then rest a week and be among the first to list next time.

    Please post your food item on the blog before Friday night. You can always make last minute substitutions.

    * Tsai-ko fuud math comes out 4-8 times too much

    🙄 This never worked before, but maybe times are changing… let’s give it a shot again

  216. whitey September 28, 2010 6:35 pm

    bg, just was lurking, and i neva do my homework to check on the spelling, but just between us and no tell nobody, last time i played against her, she went kick my okole. ouch, ouch.

  217. d1島 September 28, 2010 6:36 pm


    “Pan laulau” and “working on Saturday” no go good together….


  218. BG September 28, 2010 6:37 pm

    whitey…TOO FUNNY!!!

  219. SteveM September 28, 2010 6:49 pm

    d1島 — I think it’s s OK to have a Cattle Call on Saturdays. We got the parts you need… 🙂

  220. Garret September 28, 2010 6:50 pm

    TCU’s head coach let ESPN know that the travel for TCU would be about the same in the MWC and in the Big East. He’s actually correct–where TCU is located isn’t much further away from Big East schools than the MWC schools are. The Big East has far more TV money, is an AQ conference, and has the most NCAA basketball money of any conference (more than BCS bowl money!).

    But, does the Big East make sense for TCU? At first it would seem the Big East makes no sense logistically for sports other than football. But, that argument loses steam when you consider the new Mountain West once Utah and BYU leave and Boise State, Fresno State and Nevada come in.

    “Travel is about the same,” Patterson noted, and it is.

  221. Garret September 28, 2010 6:52 pm

    The Big East’s struggles this season could have them a little worried. Right now the MWC is above the Big East in computer ratings this season, and if you add BSU/Fresno/Nevada and take away BYU/Utah, the MWC is way above the Big East this season. Maybe the Big East needs to grab TCU just to keep its AQ spot.

    The BCS leadership has already noted how Big East teams have been in low-rated bowl games, so they might not mind switching the MWC for the Big East. That by itself might be a huge incentive for the Big East to grab TCU.

  222. Don Weir September 28, 2010 7:01 pm

    Tom Mui

    John _____ is John Conley. He is the Union leader for all airline staff in North America.

    He also was the one who told the Econ Prof when apprised of his failing that he was ‘sicilian’

    The Prof took that as a threat.

  223. RainbowCliff September 28, 2010 7:02 pm

    Good evening Tsaiko Nation !

    I have been RELENTLESS with the recruiting efforts for Hawaii as I finally

    made contact with Mrs. Gabriela Nunez, College Counselor at Banning H.S.

    in Wilmington, California. Mrs. Nunez apologize for getting back late to me and

    is THRILLED to have Hawaii curriculum catalog in her College Career Center as

    she even offered me a slot time to present Hawaii on campus to her senior class

    BUT unfortunatly the time interferes with my work schedule and I have no more

    interest cards, book markers, brochures or applications as ALL items were gone

    and taken by the 176 students who signed up for UH at the Harbor College Fair

    at CSUDH 9-18-10.

    I do have an appointment to see her in the morning to give her the catalog

    personally as meeting her will now give you good folks a solid foundation at

    TWO powerhouse football schools in Carson and Banning High. Once

    Mrs. Nunez sets the time and day I am GONE to get this pipeline going as

    hard work really shows GREAT results !

    On a good note I have been invited to the BIG game Carson vs. Banning

    10-22-10 at Pilot Stadium in which both big rivals for this game is standing

    room only as Carson is undefeated at this time as Banning has only one

    lost. I will be going as the “secret mahi mahi” with my scouting papers and

    pencil in hand to scout some GREAT talent for both teams with emphasis on

    their defensive line, secondary and line backers as to this date “NO ONE” knows

    my athletic background to UH as I am just a high school sport fan !

    Have a good night Tsaiko Nation as I continue to plant Hawaii seeds

    here in LA as Carson and Banning H.S. are harvesting the wealth of

    ALOHA as I keep building “THE HAWAII PIPELINE” of educational and

    athletic ENRICHMENT !

  224. Annoddah Dave September 28, 2010 7:14 pm

    ST & Tsaiko Blog Dogs,

    al@#129: The most distinctive thing about the game was not only the 6 quarterbacks, but the 9 used in the game, three by CSU!

  225. duffer September 28, 2010 7:49 pm

    @ Don Weir

    Sent a email to you awhile back regarding your traveling display of UH memorabilia. Have not had an answer, so I’m guessing you’re not interested.

  226. duffer September 28, 2010 7:51 pm


    Yep Cassy it is………….

  227. kama krab September 28, 2010 7:52 pm

    Eh braddah Cliff #223,

    Mahalo for everything you do for UH and continue your great work. Oh and by the way did I say “you the best” brah.

    Again Mahalo

  228. RainbowCliff September 28, 2010 7:53 pm

    #186 Don Weir: Dean Adams sir is two words “THE BEST” as you could not

    ask for an intelligent, soft spoken trainer then “Dean the Dream” himself as he

    had Eric Okasaki and Jason Goo under his wings as student assistants with Doc Hata

    as the Team doctor as ALL he did was give you motrin and plenty of salt tablets.

    That time is soooooo livid in my mind as the training room was very small

    with a GREAT sauna, large whirlpool and 3 whirlpool machines IF my memory is

    correct. That group did WONDERS in taping ankles, ultra sound, heat packs and

    had the funniest jokes around to tell you while you sit there with bags of ice on

    your knees or shoulders wondering what prognosis Dean Adams was going to

    tell you as Coaches wanted you to practice and play as Nebraska or North Carolina

    was coming into town !

    The quarry was TOUGH and the bungalows was the meeting area as you could hear the cleats on the board walk or stairs when the football players were done with their team meetings as Larry Price and Dick Tomey stood TALL leading the Rainbow Warriors !

    An AWESOME young time Dr. Don as I was there right after you in laying the

    FOUNDATION that you have today !

    Mahalo kind sir for your GREATNESS !

  229. kama krab September 28, 2010 7:54 pm

    Oh and anaddah good braddah out there is Uncle Don Weir.

    Mahalo Uncle Don for everything you do for UH.

  230. Stephen Tsai September 28, 2010 7:58 pm

    Hey, Cliff, I’ll be bringing up your Wooden book to the Fresno game. I’ll give it Rich, and he can pass it on to you.

  231. kama krab September 28, 2010 7:59 pm

    Now back to business,


    If the WAC is only looking at UTSA and Texas State as non-football members then who will the WAC bring in to take Fresno and Nevada place after the 2011 season. I really hope they have people ready to come in.

  232. Stephen Tsai September 28, 2010 7:59 pm

    Tomorrow’s practice goes from 7 to about 8:30, I believe.

    They’re back to be being open.

  233. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 8:01 pm

    Here’s another fun thought. What if the Big East offers TCU membership in football only, and the Horned Frogs need a new home for their non-football sports? Voilà! The WAC will have found the perfect 12th school to form a two-division conference with 9 football-playing members:



    Texas State













  234. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:05 pm

    But HawaiiMongoose #233,

    Wouldn’t Texas State and UTSA be non-football members too per the article that Garret posted on #175. That’s why I posed the question about who else would we add to get us to an 8 member football league.

  235. Steve September 28, 2010 8:08 pm


    Was Monday’s and Tuesday’s practices closed??

  236. RainbowCliff September 28, 2010 8:08 pm

    #227 kama krab: Thank you for your kind words as I am VERY PROUD of

    the results through dedication as I kept on it EVERYDAY !

    Still have Narbonne, Gardena and San Pedro to INSPIRE the Aloha Spirit

    BUT to have Carson and Banning in the fold is GREAT as they are truly football

    powers in that area with PLENTY of polynesian LA talent as I saw them at the

    Harbor College Fair !

    I will learn a lot more when I see both teams play as I have my front roll seat

    studying, evaluating and salivating the High School football talent !

    Take care and continue God’s blessings !

  237. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:10 pm

    But if TCU is taken by the Big East you might really see the end the of the WAC if the MWC goes after Utah State to get back the Utah footprint. It will be an interesting next couple of months going into the new year and again I hope that UH will be on alot more stable ground than they are on right now.

  238. al September 28, 2010 8:15 pm


    the boss commits to making nishime for this saturday’s tailgater.

  239. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:16 pm

    Watching polynesian football players from the LA area would make me salivate to. Really hope that some of them can come and play for the “Aloha/Talofa State”.

  240. RainbowCliff September 28, 2010 8:20 pm

    #230 Tsai Meister: Thank you for John Woodens Book as that Friday I am

    having our 14 annual golf classic for the Wooten Center. Long day for me

    as it is 7 am until 9:00 at night as I won’t get home until 11:00 that evening

    traveling from California Country Club Whittier, California to my Center then home !

    How Rich will make it to Fresno the next day will be “SUPER MAN” as he will be golfing

    18 holes and drinking ALL the Heinekens that he wants with lunch on the course and

    a buffet later on that evening !

    2176 is truly “THE MAN” !

  241. Stephen Tsai September 28, 2010 8:21 pm

    Rich actually has to make it to Fresno that night. We’re going to Table Mountain Casino.

  242. al September 28, 2010 8:24 pm

    bulla…for me, i don’t think that it is doom and gloom for uh athletics. we will land on our feet somehow. jd has contingent plans should the current wac get really wacked.

    the main thing is that we the people must support the university and all of its programs. we must strive for excellence regardless of which conference we are in or if in fact we do go independent. we just need to commit to being the best.

    we will remain a viable d1 program. we also must include all sports as a whole and we do have many great programs here. baseball, softball, water polo, wvolley ball, mvolley ball, are all solid programs. i believe that men’s basketball will make a comeback. if we can get the football program winning consistently we will be in great shape.


    …nuff said.

  243. SteveM September 28, 2010 8:26 pm

    Got word from Northshorefan. He is probable for this Saturday’s tailgate and will bring his wok and oil so we can experiment with deep frying the belly side pork. Planning to rub/marinade the pork with salt for a couple days. Any suggestions on what else might be added with the salt? Or prep tips?

  244. al September 28, 2010 8:35 pm

    if you rub the salt too early with too much salt…the buggah going to lose a lot of its natural juices as the salt “dehydrates” the pork.

    maybe salting it before you leave the house would suffice. some garlic or garlic powder, vinegar would do well. or they sell this “adobo” rub in a bottle which will give it a nice flavor.

    but, i’ll bring my silver fork anyway you cook it. hahahaha.

  245. RainbowCliff September 28, 2010 8:36 pm

    Mr. Tsai !

    IF Rich can travel that night after last year playing in my golf classic

    eating and drinking with NO sleep then he is “REMARKABLE” to say

    the least as I know he is a season pro golfer as he get’s around to

    ALL the courses no matter how far !

    FUNNY !

  246. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:36 pm

    Al #242,

    My thinking is along the same line as yours but I still feel that things have to fall just the right way for us to be even close to being in great shape. I think we will be in better shape if the WAC does pick up the pieces and I do think that we will continue to build off of that. The only thing we need is time and time is one thing we might not have alot of thus I am not sure if we will survive this or not. Can always hope though. My family has been season ticket holders for over 20 years and I hope we can continue to be season ticket holders for over 20 more years.

  247. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 8:39 pm

    #234 Kama crab, see my post #181. Technicalities aside, Texas State and UTSA would be joining the WAC as football-playing members. They may not qualify as full-fledged FBS members the first year but they would be in the process of moving up. Both schools are fully committed to playing football at the same FBS level as the current WAC schools.

  248. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 8:40 pm

    Darn iPad, changed “krab” to “crab” without my noticing. Sorry.

  249. RainbowCliff September 28, 2010 8:41 pm

    Well good night folks as there is no rest for the weary

    as another busy day awaits for me !

    Continue to strive for EXCELLENCE as I continue to

    support you folks with all I have here in the city of angels !

    Okage sama de !

  250. HawaiiMongoose September 28, 2010 8:47 pm

    #237 kama krab, if the MWC loses TCU that will leave them with nine teams and pretty much no chance of attaining their goal of becoming an automatic BCS qualifying conference. So, they really won’t have any incentive to backfill with Utah State; USU would just be another mouth to feed. Also football scheduling is easier with nine members. So, they’ll probably just stand pat unless they lose someone else.

  251. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:48 pm

    HawaiiMongoose #247,

    No problem with the name. Anyway I am also sure that they will become football playing members sooner or later. The only thing I worry about is I hope it is sooner rather than later cause if it is later than we will lose our status until later comes if I understand everything correctly.

  252. al September 28, 2010 8:49 pm

    kama…ever the optismist, i am. if the wac is not where we need to be then going independent will work somehow.

    getting to the big west for non-football sports is a goal for us and it appears that it is an option that could happen or is waiting to happen.

    over the next two years the big 12 will be shaking its trees. i believe this is the conference that everyone else needs to focus upon. what texas does determines most of it. anything significant that happens in the big12 will create a domino effect for many.

    who knows, even a football only conference could evolve from all this shaking of the trees. we need to be the guy(okay the good looking girl) standing in the middle of the dance floor with the “pick me” sign instead of the wallflower. only way is to win often and we need to have 45k in the aloha every saturday.

    the onus is not just of the coaches, ad, and players. the state needs to rally around the sports programs and show up.

  253. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:52 pm

    HawaiiMongoose #250,

    I would agree with you on this but with Boise in the fold AQ status would be one good team away. You saw how close the WAC got and we are talking about the WAC. With Boise in the fold anything is possible.

    But I will say that it will be alot harder to get there without TCU.

  254. kama krab September 28, 2010 8:59 pm

    Al #252,

    I hear you. Hopefully we are the pretty girl that everyone wants to check out and the one that the good lucking guy like take out. And when this happens, hopefully the state of Hawaii is willing to step head first in supporting the University. If this happens I will feel a whole lot better about UH sports and where it will be in the future.

  255. Shoko September 28, 2010 9:01 pm


    You could try brining (water and salt) for couple days. Hydrates the cells of the muscle tissues. Can even add garlic and other seasonings after such as a dry rub. However, since you’re deep frying, you might not have the problem of drying out like you would if you polehu the buggah.

    Anyway, interesting news about TCU. Notice the BE said they were considering the possibility. Got to take it with a grain of salt until the invitation is official.

    Past my bedtime, you all have a good night.

  256. kama krab September 28, 2010 9:05 pm

    Man this is the most I’ve posted in a long time. I think it’s getting close to bed time.

    Have a great night and it’s back to lurking tomorrow.

  257. chawan_cut September 28, 2010 10:34 pm


  258. Curt September 28, 2010 10:37 pm

    evening cc

  259. madeinhawaii September 28, 2010 10:52 pm

    All our pre-season O-line first team players are cleared to play as the WAC season roll in… that’s great news! We’ll need some depth there to protect the Q-back… create running lanes in the third and fourth Qtrs.

    Hopefully Bradley won’t be out long, too.

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  265. wafan September 29, 2010 2:49 am

    Off to the salt mine early. Need to shovel out the . . . um . . . “salt” the Every Child Left Behind demands.

    Which idiot came up with the idea to reduce funding if AYP is not demonstrated? Maybe that is where the fumbler got the idea when he got rid of the soap in the locker rooms.

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  268. mctruck September 29, 2010 4:55 am

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    Always a fan of the end, partner.

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