Thanks to the blog’s real boss (and the producer of the Warrior Beat Show) — Sandee Oshiro — we’re giving away two tickets to the Pussycat Dolls concert.
We’ll announce the winner’s name on Tuesday’s show.
How do you enter?
Create your own lyrics to complete this line:
When I grow up, I wanna …
(Keep it clean. This is a family blog, and as a Farrington grad, Sandee’s toughness needs no explanation.)
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Luke Ingram is ready to succeed his brother Jake as the Warriors’ long-snapper. Luke said he recently received his acceptance letter to UH. He has been participating in unsupervised workouts, and will take part in training camp. Luke is 6-4 and 220 pounds.
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There have been some interesting sights this offseason. Offensive tackle Laupepa Letuli’s cartwheel. His back-leap into a high-jump pad. Wideout Royce Pollard jumping over your blog host. Quarterbacks Greg Alexander and Brent Rausch running pass routes (get ready for the Noke Offense).
And then there was 250-pound Jake Heun, who missed the 2008 season because of a herniated disc, doing back-to-back, Ozzie Smith-like back flips.
“I guess my back is fine now,” Heun announced.
Heun, a JUCO defensive end who was recruited as a power back, has moved to middle linebacker, where he is listed as the primary understudy to Mana Lolotai.