Sudden change

In a quick turnaround, the Warriors will be back practicing this morning, 13 hours after the conclusion of yesterday’s extended first practice. This time, they will be at the Ching complex.

From the first day:

• The quarterbacks each wore a knee brace on their plant leg. While it was a bulky adjustment, head coach Norm Chow reminded them that Tom Brady and Carson Palmer now wear braces after suffering season-ending injuries in the past.

• Instead of captains, Chow polled the players and created a “leadership council.” The council consists of 11 leaders, including seniors Paipai Falemalu, Geordon Hanahano, Haku Correa and Miah Ostrowski. David Graves is one of four juniors on the council.

• Every detail is important. There was a brief tutorial on the exact distance (5 yards) the huddle should be from the line of scrimmage.

• A referee will be part of every practice. Even zebras need workouts.

• There isn’t a depth chart, but there is. When the coaches yelled out, “second team,” it wasn’t by random participation. It will all get sorted out as spring ball progresses, but when it came to team reps, Graves or Cayman Shutter was the quarterback.


  1. Garret March 21, 2012 4:54 am

    I love the reports from practice!

  2. mano1 March 21, 2012 4:54 am

    Morning All (;)

  3. Garret March 21, 2012 4:55 am

    It is a good idea for the QBs to wear knee braces–I’m glad UH can afford that.

    Having the refs there at every practice will help reduce mistakes.

  4. Stephen Tsai March 21, 2012 4:55 am


    From yesterday, it actually was another schedule conflict — a track meet — that forced the Warrior Bowl to go from Saturday to Friday.

  5. Garret March 21, 2012 4:56 am

    Colt is competing with 3 QBs for the backup QB job.

    The Roughriders signed import quarterbacks Levi Brown and Matt Johnson, who join recently added imports Colt Brennan and Drew Willy. Those four rookie quarterbacks will vie for backup positions when training camp opens in late May.

  6. Garret March 21, 2012 4:57 am

    A track meet disrupted the Warriors spring schedule? UH needs to do a better job of coordinating things and the football team needs to have priority to set up their schedule how the coaches want it.

  7. Garret March 21, 2012 4:59 am

    Wilner is tweeting that changes for UH’s football conference are coming soon.

    Sources: Expect the MWC/CUSA to finalize merger plans by mid-April

    MWC/CUSA officials considering half dozen xpansion candidates, including Utah State, San Jose State, UTSA, LaTech, N Tex and FIU

    If SJSU & USU join new conference, hard to imagine how WAC football continues in current form

  8. Garret March 21, 2012 5:00 am

    One more tweet.

    Basic problem for WAC (current and future) is that there aren’t enough schools in west that want to play FBS under current financial demands

  9. Garret March 21, 2012 5:02 am

    It is good to know that if the conferences merge then the MWC and CUSA will be able to keep their NCAA basketball money. UH won’t see any of that money, but at least the money won’t be given back.

    I’ve checked with a handful of sources in the past 10 days, and the consensus is that we’ll know the details of the MWC/CUSA merger within the next month.

    And it will be a merger — a full-blown, one-league-folded-into-another merger.

    Based on my admittedly rudimentary understanding of the NCAA’s revenue-distribution model, the two leagues must merge in order for the schools to get the units (i.e., money) they’re owed from past participation in the NCAA Tournament.

    But there’s a scenario … an entirely plausible scenario … in which more teams leave the Sun Belt and WAC for the MWC/CUSA superconference than can adequately be replaced in a reasonable amount of time.

    At that point, dozens of scholarship athletes at dozens of FBS schools could be faced with an uncertain future — all because ESPN (or any other network) determined that a 22-team MWC/CUSA super-conference was preferable to a 16/18-team league.

  10. Stephen Tsai March 21, 2012 5:03 am


    Agree on the lack of FBS football-playing schools.

    But the alliance better be careful about adding too many members. The BCS can view it as a subdivision, making it even harder for alliance members to go to big payout bowls.

  11. whitey March 21, 2012 5:14 am

    sometimes it is very sad to see how football has become a corporate sport and not a collegiate sport. the greed of a few are killing the sport which each school should have the privilege of playing. very few report how corporate college football is destroying collegiate sports.

  12. whitey March 21, 2012 5:17 am

    but many report how corporate america is not helping the economy.

  13. whitey March 21, 2012 5:18 am

    it will be fun to watch when corporate college football crosses the fine legal line, then implodes by its own greed.

  14. whitey March 21, 2012 5:21 am

    as far as facilities scheduling, maybe uh has too many chiefs and not enough injuns.

  15. mo808 March 21, 2012 5:40 am

    Good Morning! I appreciate the practice updates! Mahalo!

  16. Garret March 21, 2012 5:47 am

    But the alliance better be careful about adding too many members. The BCS can view it as a subdivision, making it even harder for alliance members to go to big payout bowls.


    I agree. In fact, I even read yesterday that the higher-paying non-BCS bowls may be leaving the alliance. For example, the Liberty Bowl is currently the highest paying MWC or CUSA bowl game (I think $1.7 mil for the CUSA school), but apparently Memphis got the Liberty Bowl to agree to be a Big East bowl as part of their application to join the Big East.

    Low paying bowl games like the Hawaii Bowl result in all teams that have to travel actually LOSING money. Right now the Hawaii Bowl only exists because ESPN wants a low-paid game to show early in the bowl season and CUSA is happy with the exposure and agrees to lose over $500k in sending a team. Can the Sun Belt, MAC, or WAC afford to lose that type of money after CUSA is merged with the MWC? None of the big conferences will be happy with losing $500k+ on the Hawaii Bowl when their current lowest paying bowls pay over $1 mil and are cheaper to travel to.

  17. Garret March 21, 2012 5:55 am

    sometimes it is very sad to see how football has become a corporate sport and not a collegiate sport. the greed of a few are killing the sport which each school should have the privilege of playing. very few report how corporate college football is destroying collegiate sports.


    I do not disagree with you. But if we look at root causes, we see that almost every D-IA school was losing millions on athletics after they were in adherence with Title IX. Title IX is great and should be the rule I believe, but all of the women’s sports that were added lose money and nobody is covering those losses for the schools. So, TV deals were found that make some schools a lot of money–instead of taking money away from Academics, schools like Texas give $5 mil to $15 mil per year to the Academic side to improve education for everyone else at the school.

    If you are a public University and budget cuts are requiring you to cut Academic programs, and Title IX turned your Athletic Department into a money drain that would require more cuts, don’t you have a responsibility to try to get more outside money for your Athletic Department so that you don’t have to drain the Academic side? Cold hard facts are that schools are getting less taxpayer money and they need money to fund their Athletic Departments.

    Schools are scrambling to generate enough money to at least break even on Athletics. Some schools that people care enough about to watch on TV are making big profits right now. Other schools that people don’t want to bother watching on TV are seeing themselves left behind. Taking money away from the schools that generate money to give to schools that cannot sure doesn’t sound like Capitalism.

  18. Garret March 21, 2012 5:56 am

    Got to go now, I’ve hogged the blog long enough. It was nice to have blog time again–did I mention that I will lose all weekday blogging privileges at the end of this month? I’ll miss being able to see this blog when the sun is up.

  19. ai-eee-soos March 21, 2012 5:57 am

    Gotta like this …

    • Every detail is important. There was a brief tutorial on the exact distance (5 yards) the huddle should be from the line of scrimmage.

  20. whitey March 21, 2012 5:59 am

    Garret, but then again when our WAC teams cannot meet their ticket allocations for the selected bowls, why should the conference be penalized? Logically, if a team cannot meet their ticket allocations the first time, they should be on suspension notice that if it occurs again in the future, irregardless of time, they will be ineligible for bowl games. You may lose members, but they are not doing their job as members.

  21. bleedgreen March 21, 2012 6:02 am

    The BCS dominates the landscape. Others will fall into a subdivision. It’s all about $$$, greed and power. What’s new?

  22. bleedgreen March 21, 2012 6:06 am

    Who’s going to be the back-up center behind Kody?

  23. Wes'side Warrior March 21, 2012 6:09 am

    Howzit, everyone!

    Mahalo for the initial report on first day practice, ST! Changes to all facets of the operation… and all have logic tied to it, (for a change)! Once everyone is on the same page, playing the same tune… WATCH OUT!!! Exciting times!

  24. Stephen Tsai March 21, 2012 6:14 am

    They were out here at 6:15. Same pace.

  25. Da Punchbowl Kid March 21, 2012 6:19 am

    Good Morning Gangeez! 🙂

    Thanks for the report, Stephen. It looked like a great first practice on the TV sports reports last night.

  26. Da Punchbowl Kid March 21, 2012 6:22 am

    Definitely a new culture emerging. Will most of the practices be on the grass field, Stephen?

  27. Kukui High School March 21, 2012 6:36 am

    Good Morning.


    GO NUTS!

  28. duffer March 21, 2012 6:41 am


    Tebow to the JETS!

  29. Otto March 21, 2012 6:43 am

    ST – so are you suggesting that the track meet should be re-scheduled? And disrupt the travel plans for all the teams that need to fly to Hawaii? It’s track season, and having home meets allows the team to stay here and have the home field advantage. Sounds to me, that the football coaches could have read the calendar better and not originally scheduled practice at the Ching Complex on a day when a meet was scheduled.

  30. Bryson March 21, 2012 6:43 am

    I really liked the intensity I saw on the practice field yesterday and I only saw it on the news I can only imagine how intense it was being there live and in person…I can only imagine what the recruits who will be here in the fall are thinking…Hopefully this intensity will translate well into the games this season…

  31. LizKauai (iPad) March 21, 2012 6:54 am

    Aloha kakahiaka!

    Happy Naw-Ruz!

    Go Warriors!

  32. Da Punchbowl Kid March 21, 2012 6:55 am

    Bryson –

    The players looked amped in the interviews. Brisk practices are a good thing.


  33. WarriorNY March 21, 2012 6:55 am

    Tebow to the Jets… I’m gonna start Tebowing at the stadium… Can’t wait to see Fireman Ed Tebowing… J-E-T-S…

  34. Slugger March 21, 2012 6:58 am

    Good morning! Mahalo for practice updates, ST.

  35. Slugger March 21, 2012 6:58 am

    Good morning! Mahalo for practice updates, ST.

  36. wafan March 21, 2012 7:04 am



  37. Bryson March 21, 2012 7:06 am

    I wasn’t gonna attend a spring practice cause I wanted to see the newcomers this fall but after what I saw on TV I think I’ll be taking in a practice or two…also on a side note Stephen did Waylon Lolotai attend Kahuku?

  38. jkjones March 21, 2012 7:09 am

    practice tempo or intensity are important to coach chow’s method of instilling discipline.

    Of course, its byproduct is focus and execution.

    To be sure, there are other moving parts that make it work, such as talent, injuries, coaching and team chemistry. Still, if warrior players buy into it, the transition could be seamless. Easier said than done…we shall see.

  39. Da Punchbowl Kid March 21, 2012 7:09 am

    Bryson –

    Noticed that too. Thought Waylon was from Colorado.

  40. tom-warriornation March 21, 2012 7:12 am

    these are the type of knee braces that our Warrior Nation funds bought last year for our Warriors OL:​donjoy-defiance-iii-custom-knee​-brace

    — On Tue, 3/20/12, Lau, Joycelyn wrote:

    From: Lau, Joycelyn

    Subject: FW: knee braces for OL


    Cc: “‘Kimberly Fujiuchi'”

    Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2012, 1:15 PM

    Hi Tom,

    We purchase the knee braces from a local company, Orthopedic Care Hawaii because they are able to custom fit the braces for the boys. They type of knee brace we get is the Defiance III custom knee brace from DonJoy LLC. I have the link to their website below.

    I hope that helps!


    Joyce Lau

    Membership and Events Coordinator, Na Koa Football Club

    University of Hawaii – Manoa

    Office of Intercollegiate Athletics

    1337 Lower Campus Road, Honolulu , HI 96822

  41. Bryson March 21, 2012 7:12 am


    I thought he was from Out of State as well…but I thought maybe he played at Kahuku and then moved to the mainland.

  42. Bryson March 21, 2012 7:16 am

    It would be awesome to go into the coliseum in mid season form…We will need to play a perfect game and hope USC makes a mistake or two that we can capitalize on…The discipline factor could come into play bigtime because I expect the game to be sold out…

  43. sports for fun March 21, 2012 7:35 am

    Tim Tebow traded to Jets!!

  44. sports for fun March 21, 2012 7:36 am

    The Jets sent two picks — a fourth-rounder and sixth-rounder in 2012 — to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a seventh-round selection.

  45. tom mui March 21, 2012 7:53 am


    Stephen Tsai: Thank you for the updates on Spring practice.

    Always good hearing from GARRET.

  46. tom mui March 21, 2012 8:02 am

    Maybe this year the JETS will have a prayer!

    (Sorry ST, couldn’t resist)

  47. Kekoa March 21, 2012 8:12 am

    Great time to be a Warrior! Expectations are high. Intensity is already being measured by the sweat on each players brow.

    Go Warriors!

    Glad we had time to break bread at Maple’s. Did Sweetie enjoy the meal you ordered for take out? That was very thoughtful of you kind sir.

    Btw, Did you notice how well-behaved Homey was?

    So nice of him to share his leftovers with us. I’m so glad he no longer steals food from your plate like he did at Camellia’s.

    Yes, it truly is the Chow Fun era.

  48. Da Punchbowl Kid March 21, 2012 8:28 am

    Sweety loved the take-out Kekoa, thank you for asking.

    As for Senor homey’s fine behavior, consider this; in attendance were no less than three co-regent blog Queens. Between da lead slipper, the Colonels wife and the toughest blogger pound for pound (yes you, jojo), no one would dare misbehave. Not even homey. 😆

  49. 808Bowler March 21, 2012 8:29 am

    Morning everyone.

  50. Kris March 21, 2012 8:32 am

    Why did Kevin Spain leave the program?

  51. MattO March 21, 2012 8:35 am

    Samson Satele just signed a sweet deal with the Colts – congrats!

  52. cheepono March 21, 2012 8:47 am

    caught the last 10-15 min of practice and for the first time, i actually seen the guys stretching out after practice instead of just walking back to the locker rooms like in the past. the one word that comes to my mind about spring camp so far is precision. everything is run so precisely and while not all the players are in the physical condition coach chow expects of them, i’m sure they will get there with a very regimented off-season program under heffernan.

    everyone that has mentioned the pace of practice being upbeat/brisk is massively understating it. by the end of practice there were players, literally too exhausted to stand on their own, much less do up/downs with the rest of the offense. i was blown away. like al mentioned many times before, will not be surprised to see guys leaving because they simply cannot handle the new regime’s style of football. shape up or ship out.

    one last note… i was shocked at how the ching field looked. very run down with black areas and the color fading. is it normal for the field to be worn out this quickly?

  53. al March 21, 2012 8:55 am

    besides seeing who the final five olinemen are, which will take us through the fall camps.

    perhaps the most heated competition will be for the two deep receivers’ positions. the stock pile that it is, is loaded with talented young men.

    what with the likes of billy ray stutzmann, miah ostrowski, trevor davis, chris gant, allen sampson, justin clapp, and scott harding the front runners…its gonna be quite a battle.

  54. cheepono March 21, 2012 8:58 am

    congrats to samson! much deserved!

    born and raised on the windward side. chose to represent the university of hawaii over other bcs schools. and now off making the big bucks in the NFL.

    all we gotta do is repeat this trend about a half dozen times every year and we’ll be good.

  55. Ipu Man March 21, 2012 9:04 am

    Thanks Made In Hawaii for the practice schedule yesterday.

    Just wondering if all daytime practice will be the “Norm”

    (except for the 7pm warrior bowl last day). Hope in the fall

    they modify it to include night practices to get the players’

    bodies used to high energy evenings. Otherwise their bodies

    might tsaichologically click to their sleepy night time clock…

    especially against USC.

  56. jm2375 March 21, 2012 9:09 am

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    Nice practice report.

    ST – so with Tebow going to your J-E-T-S, what happens to Sanchez?

    UH soccer signs a recruit from Sweden.

  57. duffer March 21, 2012 9:11 am

    WOW Sean Payton suspended for the 2012 season.

  58. Last Call March 21, 2012 9:23 am

    Zumba like pratice ? Actually not a bad idea as a work out. Don’t know if any of you ever meet Amber Kaufman’s hot mom but she is a certified Zumba instructor and she is buff.

    Yo blog master. Why is every now and then I’m banned, something about spam ? I get a page with a IP address that isn’t even mine telling me I’m banned. Yes,I eat spam but i don’t spam.

  59. jm2375 March 21, 2012 9:28 am

    Last Call – methinks a certain Tsaikette/Pink Sider is also a certified zumba instructor. She’ll whip the boys into great shape. 😆

  60. CoolEthan March 21, 2012 9:29 am

    The Jets deal is not completely secured. Could fall apart, due to contract wording. Pending.

  61. SteveM March 21, 2012 9:35 am

    Good morning everyone!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO uber-cruiser HAWNSTLN !!!

    …well classmate, that makes me younger than you for the rest of the year. 😛

  62. kev-1 March 21, 2012 9:38 am

    ST . . . I would love to hear what you think about the Tebow to the Jets possibility.

    Congrats to Satele.

    What a day of football news!

  63. kev-1 March 21, 2012 9:39 am

    Glad to hear all QBs gotta wear the knee brace. Pretty sure that’s how many big schools roll. I know Stanford does it.

  64. mililani mauka March 21, 2012 9:39 am

    Reardan stated that chow singled out Paipai, moses samia both dLine, and billy ray stutzman at wr. but the battle continues.

  65. jkjones March 21, 2012 9:49 am

    We ought to see more rotation by the X (singleside/wideout) and Z (slot) positions.

    Unlike in years heretofore under the RNS system.

    The fact that Clapp, Miah, Sampson and Harding are auditioning to play both positions speaks of shuffling personnel liberally for play calling or special packages.

    Coach Chow’s initial evaluation of our receiving corp, with the exception of the new TE position was FAVORABLE. Prolly the reason he went for only one receiver in his first recruiting class (John Ursua), despite anticipating Ursua to go on a 2-year Mormon mission.

  66. Bigislandkurt March 21, 2012 9:52 am

    “He not going tell you something fo nothing. If uncle tell you wear da knee brace, mo betta you wea da knee brace. This uncle ‘wen see plenny in his years. If he tell you something, he not going tell you fo nothing.”

    Rememba da Titans, I mean… Warriors. Aloha Tsaiko friends. Good to have some football in da air eh?


  67. Kevin March 21, 2012 9:52 am


    In the world of objectivity and FAIRNESS. The UH Track team is in THEIR competitive season.

    UH football is in their training season.

    I don’t give a crap about how much flack I get for this, but hey, fact is fact. Football pushes the money, but other sports cannot be treated like UNWANTED bastards just because some people think they aren’t worthy of any kind of consideration.

    Besides, what is wrong with the 6pm Friday night timeslot for the Warrior Bowl? It’s a Friday and people should be off work by then to go by and see it in full.

  68. jkjones March 21, 2012 9:57 am

    Justin Clapp, if he stays healthy, is likely to be Chow’s bread n butter receiver.

    Clapp’s size and assests makes him valued in Chow’s pro-set where he is contantly tweaking to tilt advantage to his lineup….hence, Clapp can lineup next to the TE as a slot, draw LB coverage and create an instant mismatch on deep patterns or he can go to the outside and use his height on the inside against single cover from a shorter CB. Either position he gains an advantage.

  69. homey ℞ March 21, 2012 10:07 am

    Hey hey hey! Looks like practices will be more efficient.

    I agree with kazz. T&F has precedence. I also don’t think ST suggested otherwise.

    Have a good day world.

    One more thing…tsaikos and zumba don’t mix.

  70. d1shima March 21, 2012 10:11 am

    Great Morning All!

    Heard it mentioned that the pace would be kicked up a notch for practice today. 😯

    Waiting for the reports….

  71. d1shima March 21, 2012 10:11 am

    Happy Birthday HAWNSTLN!

  72. d1shima March 21, 2012 10:13 am


    March 21st, 2012 at 8:32 am

    Why did Kevin Spain leave the program?

    The writing was on the wall.

    …but now it’s been sanded away!


  73. d1shima March 21, 2012 10:14 am


    Wonder if there’s any leftover $ in that pool for Coach Payton since his suspension is without pay. Ouch!

  74. tom mui March 21, 2012 10:18 am

    I thought I read something about Miah being withheld from Spring Practice as he just finished the basketball season and wanted him to rest up.

    Is he “volunteering” to be out there at practice?

  75. Kevin March 21, 2012 10:22 am


    March 21st, 2012 at 4:57 am

    A track meet disrupted the Warriors spring schedule? UH needs to do a better job of coordinating things and the football team needs to have priority to set up their schedule how the coaches want it.

    Homey, it wasn’t ST that insinuated anything.

    Garret’s post here, in MY opinion is nothing but disrespectful and condescending to the student-athletes of track and field and the coaches that work with them everyday.

    I can’t even name one student-athlete on the track and field roster, but at least I don’t brush them aside with that “let them eat cake” attitude.

  76. d1shima March 21, 2012 10:23 am


    Got back to my vehicle in the parking structure yesterday and noticed several citation notices had been given out…including mine!

    IDK what the others were tagged for but when I drove in and paid my $5.00 for parking I did what most everyone does and tossed the ticket on my dashboard.

    Lo and Behold that I was cited for “Improper Display” 👿

    I tossed the ticket face down and only while issuing the citation did anyone note, “Permit should be displayed w/date and time visible.” The following is printed on the ticket, “This side up on dash.” But WTH ever looks at the ticket?!?!

    Never, ever noticed anyone patrolling and citing cars in the parking structure before! Now UH is issuing citations to pay for the person who is issuing them! 👿 👿 👿

  77. whitey March 21, 2012 10:23 am

    Happy Birthday Hawnstln!!!

  78. mikey March 21, 2012 10:27 am

    Morn’g gang!

    Watched yesterday practice and notice 14 WR still trying out with only 2 positions left on starting roster that’s 7 deep.

    And seeing Line man going ‘one on one’ from the first day was a treat indeed.

    Coach Chow was definitely in control at center of the field pointing and directing with each segments of horn soundings.

    Also notice there was 3 gates: Gate #1 Players Only Gates, #2 Media Only Gates, and #3 Die Hard Fan Gates. There was quite a few die hards out there yesterday.

  79. whitey March 21, 2012 10:28 am

    d1, uh is really getting hard up for money, but is willing to let illegals get away with resident tuition.

  80. mikey March 21, 2012 10:29 am

    Also saw many former players going through the No. #1 gate for players only.

    I yelled out “Oh, so you’re trying out too?”

  81. whitey March 21, 2012 10:30 am

    mikey, hope coachi chow don’t put up a 4th gate, bye-bye gate.

  82. whitey March 21, 2012 10:33 am

    I wonder what Coach Chow was thinking as he started his first official practice as the Chief Warrior.

  83. homey ℞ March 21, 2012 10:38 am

    kazz – I saw Garret’s post but I was responding to Otto’s post.

  84. whitey March 21, 2012 10:40 am

    Am truly happy to read that practices are going along smoothly.

  85. d1shima March 21, 2012 11:07 am

    I was asking a certain “conversationalist” if he would be helping the referee in attendance yesterday with getting “ready” for the season. 😆

  86. al March 21, 2012 11:19 am

    i thought i heard that besides the football council of players there would be captains named at a later time.

  87. Hodad March 21, 2012 11:19 am

    They are NOT knee braces. They, like the ones the oline wear, are nothing more than bumper guards. I wish I had been wearing one when I recovered a fumble in high school and the entire world fell on my out stretched leg (and blew my knee out)..Paying the price now with second knee replacement scheduled next week.

  88. slenzi March 21, 2012 11:45 am

    #74 jkjones

    Is Corey Paclabar healthy? If so, then they could rotate, keep the other guys guessing who’s primary – both have the good Y.A.C.s

  89. SAWARRIOR March 21, 2012 11:48 am

    I luv the smell of spring football….all the mildew/mold stench, nothing like it but the bottom of my old hamper.

  90. Couch potato March 21, 2012 11:54 am

    they are called knee braces on their website.

  91. greenthumb March 21, 2012 12:11 pm

    #42, is our blog host able to edit out that poster’s e-mail address?

  92. d1shima March 21, 2012 12:12 pm

    Update on BY-Who’s Spring ball. Lots of familiar names.

    Interesting comment from their Trainer Kevin Morris

    “Like I said at beginning of year: the NCAA shows twice as many injuries in spring ball than during fall football season. So, I don’t know why. Is it the intensity? Is it because we don’t have a game to play? We are trying to find the facts.”

  93. jkjones March 21, 2012 12:15 pm

    #94,slezi. i wouldnt even guess about cory placebar. he will have to seperate himself from the pack. the X, Z positions are really crowded. especially the slot.

    talk about slot/Z: stuzz, gant, clay, clapp, miah, sampson and harding–all vying for one position.

    clapp, stuzz and miah–all experienced as starters. sampson with game experience and harding on a steep learning curve. gant, a heralded juco all-american. this is one position coach chow inherited that is loaded. whomever gets injured, may lose their glove.

  94. Bigislandkurt March 21, 2012 12:37 pm

    I’m sure Coach Chow and lee will draw up plays to get the ball to the best players. Although it appears that many are “competing” for one or two positions, I’m sure Chow has a platoon plan in action for all skill positions except QB.


  95. Garret March 21, 2012 12:53 pm


    I am sorry that you thought my post was disrespectful. Here is what I was thinking when I wrote my post, though I admit I should have elaborated more in my post.

    1. UH does a bad job of coordinating things if the football coaches plan out their Spring schedule without knowing that there was a track meet planned for that date. There should be a master calendar so that these types of conflicts to not happen for ANY SPORT.

    2. I was NOT suggesting that the previously scheduled track meet be canceled, no sport should just bump another sport like that. I never said that but it sounds like you think that is what I meant.

    3. In the future, when the coaches come up with their schedule for Spring Football, they need to reserve things on the master calendar to avoid conflicting with any other event. There is some flexibility in the schedule (for example, one weekend the football team will be on Maui), so *every* sport should be able to be accommodated without a problem.

    4. For the conflict to be discovered after the schedule had been made is bad because that means that the coaches had their plan disrupted. If they had known about the conflict beforehand, the plan would have taken the track meet into account…that is FAR better than learning about the conflict after making the schedule, I hope you can agree with that.

    5. UHAD needs the football team to succeed for its long-term viability. Far too many Hawaii fans don’t show up at Aloha Stadium when the team loses. Far too many don’t renew season tickets when the team loses. For its long-term financial health, UHAD needs the football team to generate the revenue needed. Therefore, anything that hurts the program THAT CAN BE AVOIDED should be avoided.

    Is it disrespectful to want ALL sports teams to be able to avoid facility conflicts? For wanting what is best for the football team while NOT harming any other sport? If you honestly think that I don’t value the non-football sports at UH then you haven’t been paying attention since I’ve been for the entire 5+ years that ST has had a blog.

  96. Couch potato March 21, 2012 12:58 pm

    that was a lot of thinking for so little written in the original post. 😆

  97. mikey March 21, 2012 1:13 pm

    Was standing next to great Nate Ilaoa watching practice yesterday, as he still has the record of most receptions by a RB for Season and Career; and asked him how he would like to be on this roster with FB and a TE blocking. He just turned and Smiled.

  98. mikey March 21, 2012 1:14 pm

    Cheepono : Do you know any Gardener who would like to volunteer their time to take care of the field? Or anyone?

  99. Kevin March 21, 2012 1:14 pm


    Perhaps you should have said how does moving the spring game ONE day earlier effect the football program in a negative way that impacts the progress of the players and coaches.

    Your comment as is:


    March 21st, 2012 at 4:57 am

    A track meet disrupted the Warriors spring schedule? UH needs to do a better job of coordinating things and the football team needs to have priority to set up their schedule how the coaches want it.

    Only indicates to me and readers that you believe this move in schedule is a detrimental disadvantage to UH football and the fact that you emphasize PRIORITY of football during the spring over a current spring sport that had their schedules done prior (because it is their season) was something that truly bothered me.

    The bolded portion of your comment in relation to the subject matter is as simple as it is.

    Several of us have devoted a lot of our personal income and time in supporting a non-revenue sport and at the same time some of us still appreciate and understand’s football’s role. In fact, last week some of us had the pleasure of conversing with some of the current staff in a very casual manner thus gaining a lot of respect for our new coaches, plus some of us are still UH football season ticket holders.

    The UH football program DOES have MANY MANY MANY advantages over all sports as it is due to it’s revenue generating income, but your comment, in it’s simplicity only fuels a disregard for other programs that have done nothing wrong and have made numerous sacrifices to put on a competitive program despite their non-revenue status to tow the line on the field of competition and in the checkbook for all of UHAD with little to ZERO administrative support.

    If you think back and don’t believe that this one day change is a negative impact for the football program then your original comment doesn’t stand firm on anything other than your belief, as is the beliefs of MANY others, that UH football should take precedence over all sports all year around regardless of schedules.

    Again, your original comment is short and to the point and I get it. Your “retraction” of sorts only mentions other sports now, but it doesn’t take much to read your original comment in relation to why the spring game is being moved back to tell me what you truly think.

    I have been reading your comments for YEARS now. So much so that I know you are one to NOT confuse his words.

    So again, I stand by my original and personal belief of what your original comment meant in my eyes.

  100. al March 21, 2012 1:15 pm

    the track meet came first and so the spring game was scheduled around it.

    end of story.

    …nuff said.

  101. mikey March 21, 2012 1:16 pm

    With 15 players on receivers position there’s only one spot left. As the First seven is already set in my book. Guess that’s why Coach Chow only got Ursua this year.

  102. mikey March 21, 2012 1:18 pm

    On earlier Post:

    Title IX is great for Women’s sports and kept adding programs that do not make any money to the program, drains funds for other non-review program including Academics.

    More the reason to change to equal athletic program for each side of men’s and women’s program and not as a whole total of scholarship available.

    Men’s baseball = Women’s softball, basketball for basketball, track for track, volleyball for volleyball, etc.

    As many school are adding Women’s sand volleyball teams this year, Men’s should have equal opportunity to hold sand volleyball team as well.

  103. A-House March 21, 2012 1:19 pm

    all you soccer fans, etc:

    why does Coach Nagamine sign shorter players? most are in the 5’2″ – 5/7″ range. faster? more skillful defender, ball handler, striker (what ever this means)? even the goal keeper is less than 6′.

  104. kev-1 March 21, 2012 1:24 pm

    what came first, the track meet or the football practice? Isn’t that the question of all time? Who’s the chicken and who’s the egg?

  105. al March 21, 2012 1:24 pm

    ahouse…because they go to the bigger programs is why.

    go figure.

    maybe we need to bet that next year we will have at least one six footer.


  106. mikey March 21, 2012 1:24 pm

    Maybe because we don’t have hight here in Hawaii like other state?

    Even the Women’s basketball All-Star roster the other day on SA saw mostly under 6′.

    Drink Milk!

  107. A-House March 21, 2012 1:25 pm

    as “old age” speeds its way, I am reminded of the following.

    Tell me and I will forget,

    Show me and I will remember,

    Involve me and I will understand.

  108. A-House March 21, 2012 1:28 pm

    al: #114

    Ok, let’s do it, but the recruit must be a 5***** who is choosing between UH and a BCS school and a “local” girl.

    now, how da heck can we do this??????

    one thing for sure, I do not follow soccer at all!!!!!

  109. mikey March 21, 2012 1:28 pm

    That’s why I like Kevin he keeps the debate going. He got me going once.

    I better watch what I say about Title IX.

  110. cheepono March 21, 2012 1:32 pm

    mikey: why would we need a volunteer gardener to take care of field turf?

  111. mikey March 21, 2012 1:33 pm

    A-House: Thanks for the Great Thought for today on Old age speeding away…

    I will need to remember your quote more and more as we all age.

  112. Couch potato March 21, 2012 1:33 pm

    A-House, Coach Nagamine stepped up this year and recruited taller players. last player she signed is 5’10”.

    btw, Japan women won the last soccer world cup. not too many tall ones on that team.

  113. A-House March 21, 2012 1:34 pm

    every time I hear of Title IX, I am reminded what Patsy Mink called out to us that day at Ala Moana Park in 1962.

    we were in support of Pres Kennedy on nuclear arms and marched behind the protesters from UH to Ala Moana.

    In her remarks, she called us, oh yes I remember now, “the misguided few”. Never voted for her after that.

  114. mikey March 21, 2012 1:34 pm

    Oh I thought you were talking about the grass practice field from yesterday.

  115. mikey March 21, 2012 1:38 pm

    We all know when watching any sport it not how Tall or Big physically, but How Big is your Heart.

    That’s why we all love watching upset games when underdog with much less Wins.

  116. mikey March 21, 2012 1:41 pm

    I have to admit that I bet on Idaho to Win at WAC Tournament.

    When underdog UH won without Zane.

    I should have bet on New Mexico State too, then maybe UH would have Won!

  117. cheepono March 21, 2012 1:42 pm

    the grass practice field is most likely maintained by the UH landscaping department. was surprised that ching field looked run down considering it’s only been in for a couple years.

    in any case, hopefully when the bid went out, the company that got awarded the ching field contract also are on the hook for maintenance.

  118. Kevin March 21, 2012 1:43 pm

    Everytime I hear “TITLE IX”, I keep thinking about the numerous academic all conference student-athletes that UH can claim in addition to their male counterparts on the same level.

    I also think about the mainland Wahine that have decided Hawaii is now their home and are giving back to it via their chosen profession as a result of the education they received at UH Manoa because they were able to participate in a sport and receive a scholarship for it.

  119. al March 21, 2012 1:50 pm

    ahouse…that’s not a reasonable bet. first of all, we never get 5* kids out here in any sport. secondly, who rates soccer player?

    if you want a free lunch just tell me.

  120. mikey March 21, 2012 1:51 pm

    Who’s on game to March Madness?

    My West Final 4 is gone. Thanks to Norfork State.

    I have Ohio State in the East but can Syracuse win over Wisconson without the center?

    Baylor vs. Xavier should be a great match up in the South on Friday 7PM EST/1 PM HST.

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  124. Couch potato March 21, 2012 2:12 pm

    other than the quick tempo, how was practice this morning?

  125. manoa March 21, 2012 2:13 pm

    I can’t think of many who would repeal Title IX– and no Women’s Volleyball or Softball as fewer women will pursue sports to play at the college level.

    The real problem is that many schools cannot afford to support a football team with 85 scholarships. Cut the Scholarships back to 70 for everyone, and everything gets a lot more manageable and scholarships can even be shared like they do with Men’s Volleyball and Women’s Volleyball.

  126. kjones March 21, 2012 2:20 pm

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  127. d1shima March 21, 2012 2:21 pm


    March 21st, 2012 at 1:32 pm

    mikey: why would we need a volunteer gardener to take care of field turf?

    Please, please, please do not take cues from the “former” ground crew at Kalaepohaku on this! 😈

    Actually, I recall hearing that the field turf needs to be “combed” on a regular basis to keep the blades looking good and the infill down below. That was awhile ago and I guess now there are several different grades of the stuff so I’m not really sure if the maintenence requirements are different as well.

  128. wafan March 21, 2012 3:06 pm

    Darn meetings.

  129. wafan March 21, 2012 3:07 pm

    Sounds like practices will be run at a fever pitch.

  130. cheepono March 21, 2012 3:09 pm

    UH produced video on the first spring practice.

    might be just me, but when david graves talks, he sounds exactly like colt brennan. maybe it’s that same cali swag.

  131. Couch potato March 21, 2012 3:24 pm

    uptempo, does that mean no delay of game penalties, no indecisive substitutions, and no unnecessary timeouts?

  132. Couch potato March 21, 2012 3:25 pm

    cheepono, it’s just you. 😆

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  135. cheepono March 21, 2012 3:57 pm

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    now THAT brings a smile to my face.

  136. Lanaiboy March 21, 2012 4:15 pm

    New Mexico State upset Arizona in softball 9-5 today. The score is presently tied at 1-1 in the second half of the doubleheader. Could be a sweep, big wins for the WAC. Three WAC teams could give the Wahine problems, San Jose State, Fresno State, and New Mexico State. An interesting conference season.

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  138. Steve March 21, 2012 4:28 pm

    Lanaiboy (#149) – Do not forget about BYU, only because the Wahine play them at BYU.

  139. Steve March 21, 2012 4:31 pm

    Lanaiboy, the first 9 conference games, will say alot in how the Wahine’s do in the conference. With San Jose St, New Mexico St, and BYU, the first 3 conference teams they play.

  140. Derrick March 21, 2012 4:36 pm

    I think the wahine need to blow out more opponents. They need more of that or should I say clutch hitting. We have good pitching, but only if they get the outs. Hey remember Wonderbread? I think Peyton Manning is a good choice for the Broncos but only if he has receivers to throw the ball to and if they can win games. Coach Gib needs at least three years to see what he can do. I think Shaq is the future if he can be a part of the offense. Remember Big League Chew?

  141. Derek March 21, 2012 4:59 pm

    Having taller players in soccer is an asset, IF, the player is a good player, but it is definitelly not required. The main qualities you look for in a soccer player is ball skills, both with the feet, head, and antcipation. You want speed and quickness too. Lionel Messi the best player in the world is 5’7″. He has all of these qualities in abundance, and then some.

    In soccer, positioning is critical. Turn the wrong way could cost a game and a goal. My son played soccer for Mililani HS and as the years go by I have come to appreciate the talent level of premiier soccer players. They make unbelievable plays and the coordination to play this world game is something to behold. I love football, basketball, baseball, but

    of all the sports I appreciate soccer the most. It’s not the score that counts, it’s how the players play and how they handle the ball without using their hands. It’s not easy. I tried. Believe me, it is very difficult. I hope the Wahine will have a better season this coming year. Good luck to me. Right now, I would rather watch the Wahine soccer over the Wahine basketball. That’s just the way it is.

  142. Steve March 21, 2012 5:13 pm

    Derek, I do not know to much about soccer, but watching the Wahine, it looked like the only time height came into play was with headers. The Wahine seemed to be at a disadvantage there. Your comments would be appreciated.

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  144. Lanaiboy March 21, 2012 5:40 pm

    Re: 152. Yep, I forgot about BYU, mainly because they play in the WAC for only this season. They had a formidable schedule and did reasonably well. If the Wahine do not start hitting again, they will lose some pitching duels in conference play. Hawaii has one of the best pitching duos in the collegiate softball, but you need at least a few runs to win.

  145. Lanaiboy March 21, 2012 5:57 pm

    Alabama, the top-rated team lost today to Tennessee. UL at Lafayette at 26-0 and Louisville at 22-0 the only undefeated top ten teams.

  146. al March 21, 2012 6:07 pm

    tommui…I think miah gets a reprieve from contact for two weeks or after spring break.

  147. BigHiloFan2 March 21, 2012 7:06 pm

    Howzit Tsaikos.

    Reading the Hnl SA today, seeing both ST and Reardon writing great articles. sure am glad spring ball is in the air! Good job.

    Go Warriors.

  148. BigHiloFan2 March 21, 2012 7:08 pm




    I agree with 63. somebody at Hnl SA IP whatevaz called me a spam a few days ago and refused me onto this site. said my IP was a spamma.

    go figa! but no big deal. must be an illegal lurkin and makin anykine wen nobody looksee 😀

  149. whitey March 21, 2012 7:17 pm

    bhf2, can call you plenty names, but hard to connect spam with you. how you??? had great time in paradise and came home last night. we can talk story. u rights, da warriors are doing practice the way practice should be run. kinda reminds me of military training except you wear different uniform.

  150. BigHiloFan2 March 21, 2012 7:43 pm

    howzit whitey.

    glad you found paradise. looks like da Warriors found paradise too.

  151. RedZone March 21, 2012 7:47 pm

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  152. RedZone March 21, 2012 7:49 pm

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  153. whitey March 21, 2012 7:49 pm

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  154. Derek March 21, 2012 7:53 pm

    Winthrop softball team beat Tennessee who was ranked. Tennessee beat #1 Alabama today. Hawaii beat Winthrop a few days ago. Maybe Hawaii should be close to being in the top 10!!!!! Gotta start hitting and score more runs. This weekend is a good time to start against San Jose State.

  155. seasider March 21, 2012 8:04 pm

    #136 Manoa

    The reason men volleyball share scholarships is because they only have 4.5 to give; whereas, the women’s volleyball program hands out 12 scholarships per year—definitely no sharing of scholarships in D1 women’s volleyball.

    I’d say the sharing of scholarships would be with men’s golf, men’s tennis, men’s volleyball, and possibly men’s swimming and diving. The athletes on the men’s volleyball team, with its larger roster as compared to golf and tennis gets to foot a larger share for their schooling. For men’s baseball, basketball, and football you’re either on full scholarship or a walk-on.

    As for the women, like football and men’s baseball/basketball and football, you’re either on a full ride or a walk-on.

    Breakdown of scholarships at UH

    Men’s Sports:

    Baseball 11.7

    Men’s Basketball 13

    Football 85

    Men’s Golf 4.5

    Men’s Swimming 9.9

    Men’s Tennis 4.5

    Men’s Volleyball 4.5

    Men = 133.1 scholarships

    Women’s Sports:

    Women’s Basketball 15

    Women’s Cross Country 18

    Women’s Golf 6

    Women’s Soccer 14

    Softball 12

    Women’s Swimming 14

    Women’s Tennis 8

    Women’s Track and Field 18

    Women’s Volleyball 12

    Sand Volleyball 3

    Women = 120 scholarships

    Women’s Sand Volleyball: UH can offer a maximum of six equivalency scholarships for the sand team, beginning with a maximum of three in 2012 and adding one in each of the subsequent three years for a total of six.

  156. whitey March 21, 2012 8:24 pm

    seasider, thanks, but 18 for cross country, 14 for soccer, and softball gets only 12. Something sure doen’s look right. I think the women sports which potentially generates funds (bb, vb, and possibly sb) should get all the necessary scholies they need. I can see if the other women sports were winning championships or producing national qualifiers, but right now don’t see the need for that many scholies for their sports.

  157. whitey March 21, 2012 8:27 pm

    personally, women vb should get 18 and cross country 12 or less.

  158. el burro sabio March 21, 2012 8:40 pm

    Are the track and cross country scholarships counted twice?

    18 volleyball scholarships would allow the top teams to hoard players like the 95 in football used to be.

  159. whitey March 21, 2012 8:47 pm

    el burro, i don’t know the rules or how scholies are set for the women sports, but if they could set their own priorities, vb would get much more than cross county or soccer. as far as hoarding, maybe could be problema, but i’d rather see uh spend money on winning programs and not just accommodate sports.

  160. tom mui March 21, 2012 9:30 pm

    AL – thanks!

  161. el burro sabio March 21, 2012 9:34 pm

    Whitey, if there are 18 scholarships in volleyball, Shoji won’t be making money because he’ll be spending $175 to $200,000 more on scholarships and he won’t have a winning program because he’s going to lose girls to other schools. 25 years ago he would be taking girls from other schools, now it’s going to be the other way around.

    Besides, scholarship limits and whether those scholarships have to be given to one student or can be split up among two or more, are set by the NCAA. Moot point.

  162. whitey March 21, 2012 9:52 pm

    el burro, undertand what you are saying, but j crosan was a walk on for uh. WALK-ON????

  163. Stephen Tsai March 21, 2012 9:53 pm

    I just think there should be more than 4.5 scholarship for men’s volleyball.

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  165. Stephen Tsai March 21, 2012 9:59 pm

    Answer to an earlier query:

    No, Waylon Lolotai is from Colorado, not Kahuku.

    He was recruited by Cal Lee with the understanding he would go on a church mission.

    Because he had a late birthday, his mission actually covered three years. He was recruited as a linebacker. Then he became a defensive end. Then an offensive lineman. And now a tight end.

  166. jm2375 March 21, 2012 10:50 pm

    I too, believe, men’s volleyball should have more than 4.5 scholarships. IIRC, I heard (read) Charlie Wade state that he was learning the art of dividing scholarships from Trapasso, so baseball has divisible scholarships. Don’t think women’s volleyball scholarships are divisible.

    Isn’t there a hierarchy in scholarships? Basketball trumps volleyball, football trumps basketball, etc, etc…

  167. Stephen Tsai March 21, 2012 10:55 pm

    I think Charlie is really, really hoping that J.P. Marks can make it as a kicker.

  168. jm2375 March 21, 2012 11:15 pm

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  169. al March 22, 2012 12:49 am

    only men’s football and basketball hand out full rides or none at all.

    all of the other sports, including baseball may divide scholarships any way they want it.

    women’s sports are full rides as i understand it.

    it is the ncaa that determines how many scholarships are available for each sport.

    the reason why women’s soccer has more scholies than softball is probably determined by the number of players that are on the field of play.

    soccer = 11

    softball = 9

    i believe the case for volleyball could be that it is typically a revenue generating sport like basketball.

  170. al March 22, 2012 12:49 am

    that was for women’s volleyball and basketball.

  171. al March 22, 2012 12:54 am

    many walk-ons, partially funded scholarship players as well are eligible for grants, tuition assistance programs, and other qualifying aid that are academically based.

    in this day and age, grants, aid, and scholastic scholarships could be had by most students today.

  172. BigHiloFan2 March 22, 2012 3:12 am

    Good morning Tsaikos everywhere.


    i feel much betta knowing you been called a spamma too by da Hnl SA. feeling like i’m in great cmpany.

    Whitey’s right. no lurk.


  173. Bryson March 22, 2012 3:39 am

    Re169:Thanks for the clarification on Waylon Lolotai could you let Mr.Reardon know that not every Polynesian is from Hawaii and has Played at Kahuku…lol

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  177. Slugger March 22, 2012 5:42 am

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  178. d1shima March 22, 2012 6:00 am

    Great Morning All!

    Gonna be a “bang-up” day at practice today…look forward to the reports.


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