The day after

The Warriors arrived n town this morning after taking the 2 a.m. flight out of Las Vegas. The coaches will meet today, review videos of the loss to Colorado, and it’s back to business tomorrow morning in preparation for Saturday’s game against Charleston Southern. 

In the grand scheme for the Warriors, the loss has little impact in their two-tier quest: 1) Win the WAC. 2) Qualify for the Hawaii Bowl. Their first WAC game is not until Oct. 2. And with 10 games remaining, with six being at home, the Warriors should have a good shot of finishing with a winning record, their only requirement for the Hawaii Bowl. 

Then again, in the grand scheme, the loss does have a significant impact. With the secession of the big three — Boise State, Fresno State and Nevada — UH should be the WAC’s marquee team in 2011 or 2012.. As such, the Warriors need to take advantage of sputtering BCS opponents, such as Colorado. Sure, everybody knows the Warriors were dominant, at least for a half. But the NCAA still only recognizes final scores. Or, as coach Greg McMackin said: “Should’ve beens, could’ve beens …”

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In today’s Denver Post, columnist Woody Paige wrote: “As (quarterback Tyler) Hansen said, ‘When the oxygen tanks were brought on the field’ (for the Hawaii players — and 35 players on the traveling squad grew up in Hawaii), “we knew they were gassed.”

So, yes, it appears the thin air of high altitude was breathtaking for the Warriors. After all, this was the team that appeared to be in better second-half condition than USC in the opener two weeks ago. And, maybe, it was asking a lot for a team to spend 12 consecutive days on the road. But remember this: UH scheduled these non-conference games. There can be no arguments about conditions when home-and-home series are scheduled against high-altitude schools. 

Two-game road trips and tough venues (BYU?) will be part of the landscape if the Warriors choose to go independent in football. 

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No significant injuries were reported. What’s more, the Warriors should receive medical clearance for offensive linemen Matagisila Lefiiti and Brett Leonard and linebacker Aulola Tonga.


  1. al September 19, 2010 8:21 am


  2. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 8:21 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

  3. al September 19, 2010 8:22 am

    was the crowd that loud that an inaudible count was necessary?

  4. al September 19, 2010 8:22 am

    were we gassed or were ill prepared for the second half as seems to be the trend?

  5. al September 19, 2010 8:23 am

    is our dc still employing a 400 page playbook?

  6. Stephen Tsai September 19, 2010 8:24 am

    I wasn’t on the field, so I couldn’t tell how loud it gets down there.

    But it was very loud in the student section.

  7. al September 19, 2010 8:24 am

    it seems like we need to employ more “KISS”.

    Keep It Simple Stupid.

  8. Stephen Tsai September 19, 2010 8:25 am

    Every place I go, the students sing the fight song before the game.

    Even at Idaho.

  9. al September 19, 2010 8:25 am

    i liked tuipulotu’s post game ire. they should follow him down the road for the rest of the season.

  10. Stephen Tsai September 19, 2010 8:30 am

    They do have a huge playbook, but they don’t use most of it for each game.

    I think they used only two basic coverages against USC.

    On that long completion by Colorado, UH was in a cover-2, a scheme it has used for years.

  11. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 8:30 am

    Missed you last night at the KK. It was a musical celebration of FFFF and I love the new additions to the Genji offerings!

  12. al September 19, 2010 8:31 am

    it seemed like our defense was not active, however, after watching parts of the replay, it was just that the “pro-colorado” broadcast team rarely called out our players name and it was a very one-sided broadcast.

  13. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 8:31 am

    And the KK was a good way to move on after the game!

  14. Garret September 19, 2010 8:33 am

    For those that missed the quotes, it is at:

  15. Stephen Tsai September 19, 2010 8:33 am

    There just aren’t a lot of football games.

    After months and months of training, UH is down to 10 regular-season games.

    Can’t afford to squander opportunities.

  16. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 8:33 am


  17. Stephen Tsai September 19, 2010 8:34 am

    By the way, I’m in San Francisco at the moment. One flight away from the end of a looooong trip.

  18. al September 19, 2010 8:35 am

    it appeared that the defense was often times standing around waiting for personnel changes and/or play calling decisions to be made. by the time we lined up the play was off and running. i hope they address these issues. coaches need to be quicker.

    it showed against the run, but, also in the lack of a consistent pass rush(again).

  19. al September 19, 2010 8:37 am

    side note: how many times did you wash your bvd’s in the hotel sink?

  20. Da Punchbowl Kid September 19, 2010 8:39 am

    Good Morning Gangeez!:)

    Tsafe flight home, Tsai.

    al –

    The third quarter curse rears its ugly head again?

  21. al September 19, 2010 8:40 am

    in the past, jj employed a power I for first and goal situations inside the three yard line. with a fullhouse backfield, albeit, some converted lineman, however, at least this made it more difficult for the defense to key on just one guy and along with the extra smash it provided.

    is it because it was june’s stuff that we don’t use it?

  22. tommui September 19, 2010 8:41 am

    AL #12

    Unfortunately it’s (Colorado) their field, their ball, their broadcasters…

    Good morning Hawaii!

    Learn from experience – don’t dwell on what could have been!

    Next game!

  23. Pomai September 19, 2010 8:42 am

    al – not to ask queston – TMI

  24. al September 19, 2010 8:42 am

    dpk..not a curse. it is beginning to feel more like a lack second half adjustments and counter adjustments.

  25. al September 19, 2010 8:44 am

    pomai…pardon my ignorance. what is TMI?

  26. al September 19, 2010 8:45 am

    tom…i thought they were a mutual broadcast team.

  27. RedZone September 19, 2010 8:45 am

    I am with Al. I liked Tuipulotu’s way of thinking. Now only if we had coaches that thought that way maybe the rest of the players would pick it up too. No excuses just go out and get it done.

  28. Da Punchbowl Kid September 19, 2010 8:45 am

    In honor of the Warriors, Tsai, and all who had to make this trip:

    “Man in a Suitcase”

    By the Police

    I’d invite you back to my place

    It’s only mine because it holds my suitcase

    It looks home to me alright

    But it’s a hundred miles from yesterday night

    Must I be the man in a suitcase

    Is it me, the man with the stranger’s face

    Another key for my collection

    For security I race for my connection

    Bird in a flying cage you’ll never get to know me well

    The world’s my oyster a hotel room’s a prison cell

    Must I be the man in a suitcase

    Is it me, the man with the stranger’s face

    I’d invite you back to my place

    It’s only mine because it hold my suitcase

    It looks like home to me alright

    But it’s a hundred miles from yesterday night

  29. Pomai September 19, 2010 8:45 am

    The start of a new season:

    UH vs CSU

    42    –    10    Pomai

    56    –    06    d1

  30. Pomai September 19, 2010 8:46 am

    Tooooo Much Information

  31. al September 19, 2010 8:48 am

    okay…i’ll shut up now. off to see the Man.

  32. Slugger September 19, 2010 8:49 am

    Good morning!!!

  33. Da Punchbowl Kid September 19, 2010 8:49 am

    Where were to the “Jumbo” or “Elephant” packages Tsai mentioned a while ago?

    We coulda used them, no?

  34. Da Punchbowl Kid September 19, 2010 8:52 am

    UH- 35 Webetterbeattheseguys – 14

  35. oldie September 19, 2010 8:54 am


    If you say there were good things about the game, maybe I’ll make a copy without Curran/Kekaula, especially since I didn’t see the game. Sure like to hear their perspective though.

  36. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 9:00 am

    Freak game…

    We are beter than that. We embarassed ourselves by failing to go in with a 24-0 halftime lead. Then further hurt ourselves by not playing during the second half.

    We can fix these things.

    Our future depends on these next ten games.

    Imagine… we could’ve, should’ve been 3-0 right now!!!

    Go, Warriors!!!

    By the way, I didn’t see Graves in the game. Did we bring the wrong guy up to Vegas?

  37. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 9:01 am

    beter = better… yeah, I know… sometimes, the double letters get me with my arthritic hands.

  38. papajoe2 September 19, 2010 9:09 am

    Can anybody repost my #733 post from the earlier blog. I would like discussion on my subject but I don’t know how to repost it.

  39. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 9:12 am

    Can copy and paste? I don’t know how else if cannot do that.

  40. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 9:15 am

    From papajoe2…


    September 19th, 2010 at 8:38 am

    I was going to wait for the new blog today for posting this, but I have to run some errands. Garret or anyone else who knows the answer please respond. I liked the idea of Hawaii playing on a neutral field on the mainland for one of those bigger pay days, if we go independent. But I also wondered if we played at the Rose Bowl for example, how would we fill up the stadium to get one of those big paychecks? By playing in the 49ers’ new stadium, will the owners of the stadium guarantee the money? Being from Hawaii, I’m still not sure if we could fill up the stadium. The Rose Bowl seats 100,000? We cannot even fill up 50,000 seat Aloha Stadium and that’s our home. Now, to my point. In today’s SA, there is mention of a doubleheader that will be played at the Georgia Dome between Aurburn and Clemson, followed by Tennessee-North Carolina. They have a sponsor for the game in Chick-fil-A. How much would Hawaii get if they played in a neutral site game? How about a double header involving Hawaii? We would be a natural draw with our exciting offense and, unfortunately for us, a draw for our opponent with our porous defense. The second game could be between marquee teams from closer to the area. We would have to play a running team because if we played a passing team, both games would take over 8 hours to complete with warm up time added. Imagine the money made from the concessions as almost all the fans will consume food and drink with the games being sooo long. Just how much money would be made if there was just 1 game involving us? What if there is a double header with a sponsor? Wouldn’t it be like a carnival atmosphere? Inviting local bands for a parade and activities nights before the games. Any thoughts on this matter?

  41. papajoe2 September 19, 2010 9:31 am

    Thanks Michigan Warrior!

  42. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 9:32 am

    Oldie- just my take but when we were listening to the game at the softball stadium, I “felt” pretty bad about how the game was going.

    After watching the replay before the KK, I felt much better about how the play went. The no-huddle offense was clicking and our Dee was not quite in step. But even after the half, I felt like our offense was executing the run and shoot quite well.

    I give the 12th man a lot of credit too – momentum swung incredibly, adding to the synchronicity of the Buffs execution.

    The announcers may not have mentioned a lot of Warrior names but they were trying very hard to point out the positive elements of both teams- much like Papa does. It’s a style I like. Besides, this was tv and we could see the players.

    I came away feeling grateful that the Warriors had this challenge in a non-conference game and there were lots of lessons learned in a meaningful way that they will be able to put to use when the countdown to the WAC Championship begins.

    That’s just the opinion of one fan who wants to see Warrior success this year.

  43. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 9:38 am

    As I’ve stated when this subject first surfaced, if we can make more from a neutral site game, after all expenses are deducted, then we should look to scheduling two of these each year when possible. If I recall correctly, there’s a minimum limit to the amount of home games we must host. I think there is also a maximum limit on neutral site games that we can be involved in per season.

    But, a double header with a guaranteed payout?

    What about inviting two other teams to play at Aloha Stadium either before or after UH and whomever our opponent is? Do like the Pro Bowl with all the festivities… full on with marching bands from the OIA, ILH, and the neighbor islands through Waikiki.

    These games can open the college football season, and be hosted, in part, by the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau. I’m sure we’d be able to get major national sponsors to jump onto this bandwagon!

  44. Old Diver September 19, 2010 10:06 am

    This is the Run & Shoot, we don’t score we don’t win. We need to remember Colorado had zero points in the first half. The defense did it’s job. In the second half we were playing like a boxer with two broken arms, you can only duck so many punches before you get hit with an over hand right. Right now this team is good enough to play in a bowl game, but in the long term we are presently not good enough to be invited to another conference. This is the point that Garret has been making for months. Now more than ever this team including the coaches needs to play (I know they realize it) like everything is at stake with each game they play.

  45. madeinhawaii September 19, 2010 10:09 am

    Morning all..

    it may sound a bit cliche….

    But I’m I’m having difficulty dealing with the loss.

  46. gigi-hawaii September 19, 2010 10:09 am

    POMAI —

    45-10 MR. GIGI

    35-14 gigi

  47. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 10:16 am

    Good point Liz. I also only caught bits and pieces of the game. After watching the replay just now, I saw a lot of excellent offensive plays, and even a few defensive stops. This helped to relieve some anguish, but didn’t make the heavy sadness go away.

    So, One Snap & Clear!

    Pomai ~ Please re-post my 56 to 13 score.


  48. Old School Dave September 19, 2010 10:16 am

    Boise State blew out Wyoming 51-6 in Laramie, elevation 7200 ft above sea level. Can’t use elevation as an excuse, as has been said by the UH players. Need to execute, play disciplined, and maintain your responsibilities on the field.

    I really miss having Mike Cavanaugh as OL coach. Six inches from paydirt and you can’t punch it into the endzone is VERY troubling, indeed.

  49. rasu begasu September 19, 2010 10:17 am

    I’m over the loss, but still not a fan of Mac

  50. papajoe2 September 19, 2010 10:18 am

    #43 MW, I like. That’s what I’m talking about. Things like this, whether its feasible or not, just brings more thinking “out side the box.”

  51. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 10:19 am


    35-17 LizKauai

  52. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 10:21 am

    I’m a fan of rasu begasu. Good fun, music and fuud!

  53. Hank September 19, 2010 10:21 am

    #18…Al…we’ve been talking about this since SC…and its got to be frustrating for players not to know what the signal is (much less whether they should be in or out of the play)….i’m sure the coaches are on it – but to see substitution penalties and confusion on the part of the defense for three straight games is a major concern.

  54. wafan September 19, 2010 10:27 am

    Pomai . . .

    38-21. Hoping it is us!


  55. RedZone September 19, 2010 10:27 am

    Chad Owens scored a punt return for 80 yards to help the Argos beat Winnepeg 17-13

  56. RedZone September 19, 2010 10:30 am


    UH 20 – CS 17

  57. wafan September 19, 2010 10:32 am

    The D coaches cannot be as disorganized, tentative, or indecisive as it appears.

    What is the problem?

  58. papajoe2 September 19, 2010 10:33 am

    Yes, I’m very down as I don’t like to lose. There is a difference between not liking to lose and being a sore loser. By not liking to lose, you find out your mistakes and try to correct them in practice. Find out what you could do better then practice such. Then prepare yourself for the next opponent by studying film of you opponent, looking for their tendencies during certain situations and taking away their strengths and also capitalizing on their weaknesses. Practicing on your weaknesses, such as, in our case, the dline stopping the run and plugging the holes. By not penetrating into the offensive backfield and “dancing the waltz” with the Oline, you are giving the rb time to read his holes and reacting. Also, if you have short Dbacks, practicing what they need to do if facing a 6″5″ receiver. If you practice angainst a 6’5″ inch receiver then play one that is 5’ll”, better yet.I take it that our coaches are not “stupid” and do these things, but if its not working, you must practice it until you get it right or change your method of coaching.

  59. jm2375 September 19, 2010 10:35 am

    Good morning Tsai-kos!

    One snap and clear.

    Congrats to the Wahine last night. The game last night was much better. BYU played better, but UH still out-classed them. Now, on to the uno-dos-adios portion of the schedule, aka the WAC.


  60. cocobean September 19, 2010 10:41 am

    Game planning, day to day coaching seems ok. Game management poor. Game managers, head coach and coordinators (O, D, STs) not learning from past mistakes.

  61. Old School Dave September 19, 2010 10:45 am

    Frustration abound this morning. Warrior fans are hurting big time. I wasn’t in the best mood yesterday after the game, but hey, there are still ten more games to be played this season. Props to guys like Cory Paredes who played his heart out against CU. UH needs 10 more like him.

    UH needs to win OOC games like this on the mainland. The Warriors performance yesterday only reinforces the mainland media and coaches perception that Hawaii plays tough at home, but always gets blown out on the continent. Have to agree with the comment that as this moment, UH doesn’t deserve to be invited to another conference.

  62. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 10:52 am

    E kala mai Rasu Begasu. Had to take care of bidness. Will contact you on our next trip to LV.

    Safe travels my friend, and oh btw, how’s the new dog house coming?

  63. Shoko September 19, 2010 10:54 am

    Good morning all.

    Moving on to the next game. I’ll say the Warriors will be 29 point favorites. Once we rack up the points, perhaps Graves gets some snaps? 😉

  64. CoolEthan September 19, 2010 10:54 am

    Woody Paige was one of the cheerleaders rooting for something to happen that would ousts Hawkins.

    Plus, has logical sense to know that Tebow is gonna eventually be the man in Denver

    He’s a realist.

    Now on the Warriors, something needs to be seriously addressed, altered and adjusted.

    I wouldn’t call it dominating the first half when they only put up 10 pts against a badly managed team

  65. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 10:57 am

    Hey jm2375!

    I thought I heard da keed screeching all da way out here on the ceded lands last nite.

  66. Kazz blogging via DROID X September 19, 2010 10:57 am

    September 18th, 2010 at 11:01 am How much work was accomplished at the RWSS during the 1st half? Are they going like crazy now? HA!

    The football game was NOT a distraction to anyone.

    Ths focus was all about the softball stadium and NOTHING else.

  67. puuloke September 19, 2010 11:00 am

    Can everything else during practice and figure out a scheme to gain 2-5 yards. Work on it until we can consistently accomplish the goal, then work on it some more. When will Rolo come to the conclusion that that part of the game is of major importance. Getting us inside the 5-yardline doesn’t win games!!!!!!

  68. Old School Dave September 19, 2010 11:03 am

    At the end of practice, run the first team offense vs the first team defense – goal line run/defense. Run 4-8 plays until you have a winner or until the coaching staff is satisfied. Losing team runs or does “motivational drills”. Maybe too old school.

  69. CoolEthan September 19, 2010 11:06 am

    The Broncos are scoring at will

    The Wolf Pack are scoring at will

    The Fresneck Bulldogs are scoring ( not at will) but still impressive.

    All Three are undefeated so far.

    Instead of concentrating on winning the WAC right now, think about what is takes to score in the red zone efficiently. But ain’t nothing to happen until the Defensive coaches come out of the cave and take off the dark glasses.

  70. jm2375 September 19, 2010 11:12 am

    Kekoa – #65 – the screeching was muted on Friday. Hard to yell too loud when the opponent played as badly as BYU did. Manoa Maniacs were also not as lively as they were in the St. Mary’s game. We stayed home last night. Screecher #2 still has not been able to join us. Aiming for next week. They both say they can’t wait for the men’s season to start. January can’t come fast enough for them. They both wanted to know where the “conversationalists” were. 😆 🙄

  71. SteveM September 19, 2010 11:14 am

    God morning everyone!

    …I’m surprised I am up and it is still morning…

    …closed Genji’s again and last night and continued to talk in the parking lot with rasu begasu, UHfan808, and Addahknowjoe. It was a grand homecoming for 5 of the 7 people who attended the first Tsai-ko Karaoke Call in February 2008. an old ad: “We’ve come a long way, baby!”

    The evening was filled with Japanese, English, and Korean tunes– non-stop from around 8:15 pm — and curiously started from one of Genji’s regulars. I had told Gaye and Tina not to displace their Saturday night regulars since our initial count was less than 25. (Yes, Koakane, she is a regular).

    An unintended observation is that Tsai-kos as a group can sit and sing with anyone…a far cry from the first call when we sat shyly with rasu on the first night. Some comments I heard were along the lines of “wow–you folks have done this before…” 🙂

    Closing Genji’s for the 2nd Anniversary Tsai-ko Karaoke Call were: Rasu Begasu, Uhfan808, Addahknowjoe, Annoddah Dave, HiFlyer, Lefty, Kale, and I.

    BTW…I told you folks that Annoddah Dave was a great oldies singer…and now we found another in Kale. d1島 — in the largest surprise of the late night, we found who can do Karen Carpenter… 😎

  72. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 11:15 am

    New motto for this season… “Break Da Plane”.

    And, not to offend anyone, but… who remembers the (childhood) game “Smear the Queer”? You know… the other guy has the ball, and everyone yells out “Get him”… and chases him down and piles on him!!

  73. gigi-hawaii September 19, 2010 11:21 am


    Good to know you all had a great time! Sowwy, I cannot sing.

  74. jm2375 September 19, 2010 11:25 am

    gigi – no need fo’ sing. With that many talented tsingers, you can just sit back, enjoy the music, fuud and friends.

  75. papajoe2 September 19, 2010 11:25 am

    MW, reminds me of when we were young we played doo doo ball. It started when a ball actually rolled on a pile of dog doo doo (dried kine). Some one would pick up the ball and bean the closest person with everyone else scattering. The person that was beaned then tried to bean somebody else. This game excelled when we played it at night and everybody wore black or dark clothing and hid in the shadows. We’d play it in our yard, running round the house and actually throwing the ball over the house to, blindly, bean somebody on the other side of the house. Good fun days. Now days we old so we watch UH play football and get all mad.

  76. Garret September 19, 2010 11:42 am

    Some statistics to ponder over. First, 3rd quarter scoring against D-IA competition.

    2006: +106

    2007: +14 (+28 before the Sugar Bowl)

    2008: -56

    2009: -77

    2010: -36 (over 3 games)

  77. Garret September 19, 2010 11:42 am

    FYI, SMU won the 3rd quarter yesterday 14-0 and won the game by 14 points.

  78. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 11:43 am

    jm ~ I’m having the ‘screeching’ analyzed by the CSI lab.

    SteveM ~ Did I lose my place in the KK lineup? We’re still a team, right?

  79. Garret September 19, 2010 11:44 am

    UH red zone efficiency:

    UH Red Zone efficiency:

    2009: #119

    2008: #101

    2007: #19, 74% TD rate (higher than ALL of the teams above it)

    2006: #31

    2006 was good, 2007 was amazing (probably the most efficient red zone offense in the country when you count TDs more than FGs), 2008 was really bad and 2009 was worse.

  80. Garret September 19, 2010 11:46 am

    For those who say that the run-and-shoot isn’t good in the red zone, UH was excellent in 2006 and 2007. Last season SMU was #12 in the country in red zone efficiency, and their 70% TD rate was higher than 5 of the teams above it so their red zone scoring was well into the top 10 in the country.

  81. Garret September 19, 2010 11:49 am

    Over 3 games, UH had 11 trips to the red zone with 6 scores, 4 TDs

    Over 3 games, SMU had 13 trips to the red zone with 12 scores, 11 TDs

    4 TDs in 11 tries compared to 11 TDs in 13 tries…less than half the TD efficiency.

    Yesterday UH scored *1* TD in 5 trips into the red zone. SMU scored *4* TDs in 4 trips into the red zone.

    I’m just providing the SMU data point because some people (analysts, UH fans on different sites) are saying that the run-and-shoot doesn’t work in the red zone.

  82. Shoko September 19, 2010 11:59 am

    #79 Garret,

    Is that an indirect way of saying coaching is the problem? 😆

  83. Derek September 19, 2010 12:00 pm

    It’s not rocket science. When you can’t stop the run, your defense will get worn out. Hello!!! Ask yourself, when was the last time UH had a very good run defense? Maybe during one of Dick Tomey’s years. Like I said, McMackin/Aranda has to turn the defense around or it will be a long season. We do not have an interception yet. Why? Because the other team doesn’t have to throw that much or take too many chances down the field. They just throw high percentage passes and then just keep pounding us on the ground. It’s the same story every year. We will continue to have problems until we do. And another thing, we cannot win running the ball gaining 7 yards the whole game, period. I don’t want to be negative, but the facts are facts. I trust my eyes more. Colorado will have a hard time winning any games in the Big 12, mark my words. Believe me, they were not good and we blew our chance to win a very winnable game on the road.

    Parting shot: The play calling inside the 5 yard line twice was pathetic. They didn’t run an option to the outside. You knew Colorado was going to stack the line in the middle. Quick pass(es) to the outside or in the flat and let the receiver do the running. It would have gotten at least 3 to 5 yards easy. And, they didn’t even use a man in motion. I shake my head. Nevada ran that QB read option w/ Kaepernick to perfection. Even Nebraska did it for long yardage. Did we even run a pistol formation? I don’t think so. Graves is the best QB runner. Why didn’t he play in those situatins to run the ball using an option. Next game already, but there are a lot of questions for this football team that people are asking about.

    McMackin has got so get some answers quick.

  84. rasu begasu September 19, 2010 12:02 pm

    Kekoa Ohana,

    Looking foward to the next time in LV.

    I still fit in the old dog house, but have been a “guud boy” for a while

    Maybe when the oldest dog take his final nap, I gon sneak in a new puppy.

    That should be good for a month or so in Kumi’s Dog House.

  85. uhfan09 September 19, 2010 12:11 pm

    iam new to this but a huge warrior fan? maybe just want to say no defense and lack of scoring in the second half is not only the problem no adjustments by any so called hawaii coaching staff and lack of physical play on both sides of the ball. the cure live hitting in practice because you will play how you practice.

  86. Garret September 19, 2010 12:21 pm

    I’m happy that Timmy Chang’s passing yardage record will not be broken, but it is a shame that Houston’s QB is lost for the season with an ACL injury. Houston is in really bad shape because they lost their #1 QB *and* their #2 QB yesterday!

    University of Houston head football coach Kevin Sumlin announced today that senior starting quarterback Case Keenum will miss the remainder of 2010 with a season-ending torn ACL knee injury. Additionally, junior back-up Cotton Turner suffered a fractured clavicle also resulting in the end of his play this year.

  87. Grrr September 19, 2010 12:26 pm

    How about a time out when Colorado was going no huddle?! The MacAppen era needs to end soon!

  88. Ralph September 19, 2010 12:28 pm

    Thinking positive! We’re 1-1 on the road, it’s not a losing record.

    We beat Charleston Southern this weekend, we’re 2-2 for the season, again, not a losing record.

  89. Ralph September 19, 2010 12:34 pm

    UH used 49 players in the game, we can conclude that the players were in shape, thanks Heffernan. To win UH has to win both halves, we seem to lose the second half all too often. I think the opponents are making better half time adjustments and tweaking the adjustments further as the game progresses, that’s what good coaching does to give the team a chance to win.

  90. skycap September 19, 2010 12:34 pm

    No disrespect to the team but it’s hard to support a team that calls them self **Warriors**

    when you leave your (** Aumakua* -* Rainbow ** ) at home. Then when things don’t work

    alot of thing goes through you mind. You start thinking thing like i should have done this and

    that. And or what if i did this or that. This is only game three. They i mean the Coaching Staff should go back to the Old School then start from the begining they still have time. For

    me i Don’t think the **Warriors** will make any bowl games. You cannot get full support if

    half of the Athletes is **RAINBOW** and the other half is *WARRIORS* This team should be




  91. Not an Expert September 19, 2010 12:37 pm

    From watching the past 2 years, Hawaii’s defense against the run is quite a sorry situation. It appears they don’t have the techniques to penetrate pass their OL opponent and get in the backfield to create havoc. Don’t need to be every play but enough to throw off the other team’s rhythm. As one said they are waltzing and being guided in the direction by the opposing OL supposedly thinking it will allow the linebackers to make the plays in the gaps. Unfortunately our linebacking corp are many times out of position to make the plays.

    Was it not mentioned that Hawaii will swarm to the ball carrier. Looking at the games this is not a swarming defense. I could be mistaken about this.

    As Garret shared the stats on the 2nd half scoring differences appears UH coaches are being outcoached in the 2nd half. Adjustment and strategies by the opposing coaches are better apparently.

    I would think that the strategy of the opposition against Hawaii will be run the ball with a sprinkle of play action passes and keep the score close in the lst half and if ahead the better. Make our adjustments for the 2nd half and keep running the ball and wear down their defense.

    Hawaii is getting to predictable not on offense but on defense.

  92. Ralph September 19, 2010 12:38 pm

    more positive thoughts, we win 6 of the remaining 10 games we are in the Sheraton Bowl. A probable 7-6 record is a winning record with one game remaining in the Sheraton Bowl.

  93. gigi-hawaii September 19, 2010 12:41 pm

    Ralph is a morale-booster!!! Mahalo, Ralph.

  94. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 12:42 pm

    Sitting in the airport waiting to Go! Home. Thanks for a great weekend, everyone!

    Highlight of last night was the chance to sing duets again. D1 and Cale, mahalo!

    Listening to the Redskins on ESPN Radio for iPhone. Love this stuff!


  95. Garret September 19, 2010 12:43 pm

    The Sagarin computer rankings are out for this week. UH has the highest rank of all the WAC 6.

    3 BSU

    31 Fresno State

    33 Nevada

    81 UH

    89 Idaho

    91 SJSU

    109 La Tech

    126 Utah State

    179 NMSU

  96. Garret September 19, 2010 12:47 pm

    UNLV’s computer ranking is 132. So, UH has a higher computer ranking than *7* teams it will play later this season. UH needs 6 wins for bowl eligibility and according to Sagarin UH would be favored in 7 future games.

  97. grrrrr September 19, 2010 1:02 pm

    Woopee, we’re number 81, and we’ll be favored over seven lesser teams this season. Woopee. 81.

  98. Aloha Oe September 19, 2010 1:02 pm


    if UH isn’t 2-2 one week from today…..

    ….then you can only imagine how U-G-L-Y it will get i.e. smaller home attendence and a drop of ppv subscribers = less revenues for UH; low team morale; an increased outcry to fire Coach McCheeseBurger; etc.

    You can look through your rose-colored glasses all you want but if you can’t beat Charleston Southern, well…..

  99. Slugger September 19, 2010 1:03 pm

    J-E-T-S! That was a great leap for mankind…

  100. Pete Jek September 19, 2010 1:03 pm

    I’m sorry but the Warriors didn’t dominate a single half or quarter in the game against Colorado yesterday. Errors — errors that were more self-inflicted than forced — by the Buffaloes gave the Warriors significant advantages in field position and scoring opportunities; yet, the Warriors only led 10-nothing at the halftime whistle. As has been the case this season, the defense was manhandled in the trenches, and tackling was poor. The play calling was questionable in the red zone, and the offensive unit failed to execute.

    Thus far, the Warriors have only been “dominant” a total of 1 and a half quarters this season — all in the first 1 and a half quarters of their contest against Air Force.

    Conclusions that are safe to make at this point in time follow:

    1. The defense is utterly incapable of stopping the run. Its pass defense is likewise unsatisfactory.

    2. The offense has the ability to be near-unstoppable, but its performance has been inconsistent.

    3. The coaching staff has failed to adequately prepare its players for matches. Management of the game during play, as well as adjustments in halftime and throughout the game, have been a disappointment.

    Thankfully, the season is young. One hopes very much that the team is aware of its deficiencies and strives to correct them. Just as important, one hopes they succeed at doing so.

  101. grrrrr September 19, 2010 1:14 pm

    Grrr must be my second cousin.

    Many astute tsaikos worried about the line play during the off season. Have to say pass protection has been decent so far – but you do not get any drive from a 2 point stance. None. nothing. nada.

    Same thing on the DL. This dancing around is a cute gimmick but it is not working. Need to get back to basics. Play the position. Hold the line. Stuff the play. Tackle. 3 and out and get your butts off the field.

    We’re tired of losing – and losing UGLY.

  102. Ipu Man September 19, 2010 1:21 pm

    Outstanding play by UH defense the first half.

    They just got to eat raw oysters or something at halftime.

    Any suggestions?

  103. grrrrr September 19, 2010 1:22 pm

    Keep it up, and we won’t have any butts left to sit and watch games. Don’t need worry about WAC or independent or anything. Support high school and youth sports. Go beach.

  104. SteveM September 19, 2010 1:26 pm

    Kekoa (iPhone):

    September 19th, 2010 at 11:43 am

    jm ~ I’m having the ‘screeching’ analyzed by the CSI lab.

    SteveM ~ Did I lose my place in the KK lineup? We’re still a team, right?

    Nope — even if I had to do our “Green Leaves of Summer” myself…fortunately the magic mic distortion worked. The Hawaiian genre was noticeably absent, though.

    The Korean songs were excellent and too bad BG’s Betty could not come. There were around 15 Korean numbers, 25 Japanese by the Rasu Begasu ohana (world-class enka!) , and around 60 English. The oldies were flowing and some newer ones too.

    A first-time duet between LizKauai and d1 was very interesting– d1’s upper range (which I think is growing) forced Liz to go operatic in spots… really good performance ! I was impressed.

  105. SteveM September 19, 2010 1:28 pm

    Ooops— Kekoa — I meant “no” in losing your spot. We are a team!

  106. Garret September 19, 2010 1:32 pm

    Woopee, we’re number 81, and we’ll be favored over seven lesser teams this season. Woopee. 81.


    I was looking through all types of stats and that was the best that I could come up with to be positive. In some computer rankings UH was in the 100s last season, so this is an improvement.

    I do not realistically think that UH can run the table and win the WAC, so the next goal the team has set is making a bowl game. Whether UH wins 11 games or 7 games, they will go to the Hawaii Bowl. With that in mind, no matter how much UH has struggled and no matter how badly fans like you feel about the team, UH has a good shot to make the Hawaii Bowl.

    We should keep in mind that the bottom of the WAC is bad…really bad. As bad as UH fans feel right now, how must NMSU fans feel? UH has Charleston Southern and a bad La Tech team for their next 2 games, both games at Aloha Stadium. UH should and I believe will win both games and then everybody will feel better about the team being 3-2.

    The coaches and players have 2 games to work things out and get the momentum going during a soft part of the schedule. If the problems (run D, 12 men on the field, red zone offense, 3rd quarter) aren’t solved during these 2 home games, we’ll find out when UH goes on the road next.

  107. Garret September 19, 2010 1:38 pm

    After BSU, Fresno, and Nevada join the MWC and 2 to 4 D-IAA teams join the WAC, if UH is in the WAC there will be 7 extremely low-rated teams on the schedule each year (every conference game). That seems like a default bowl spot every year, but kind of a hallow victory. Remember, teams like NMSU are horrible now and they are cutting $3 million from their Athletic budgets.

    The downside of a weak WAC that nobody is talking about is that the BCS gives millions each year for the non-AQ conferences to split, and the non-AQ conferences have decided to split the money based on how each conference did in nonconference play. In the past the MWC got the biggest share and the WAC got the second biggest share…but after the 3 teams leave the WAC will get a much smaller piece of that money. With NMSU, SJSU, Idaho, La Tech, and Utah State scheduling more and more bodybag games, the conference share of BCS money will drop.

  108. grrrrr September 19, 2010 1:40 pm

    UC came out vanilla.

    UH was aggressive and made some big hits.

    UC countered with better mix of run and short dump-off pass plays and no-huddle.

    UH had no response except cute dime package with 3 dancing DL. Even change at LCB wasn’t enuff.

    Missed scoring opportunities hurt, but 3rd quarter and lack of game management (coaching) would have caught up. Thin air might be blamed for lack of coaching adjustments – but sadly, we’ve seen this before… 2+ years worth. We’re still worried about hurting Charlie Weis’s feelings.

    Team leadership also has to come from within. Leaders are born on the field and in battle. Where are they?

  109. Ipu Man September 19, 2010 1:42 pm

    Hmmmm, Garret. Maybe UH can print their own funny money.

    And us fans can buy them, and have their value rise and fall

    as the market demand by us fans buy them. You know, something

    like the dollar and yen…

  110. Ipu Man September 19, 2010 1:44 pm

    Sort of like those guava juice bottle caps or old…

  111. Ipu Man September 19, 2010 1:46 pm

    To wit, one U.S. dollar buys one UH funny money dollar.

    Then, as a collector item, one can sell it for more…

  112. RedZone September 19, 2010 1:47 pm

    i need to improve my efficiency. Got it.

  113. Grrr September 19, 2010 1:47 pm

    I don’t think the UH D played well in the first half at all. It’s just that Colorado’s offense was about as inept as our offense was in the second half.

  114. Ipu Man September 19, 2010 1:48 pm

    “In UH we trust”…

    and the H logo and

    instead of a pyramid,

    feature a shark’s tooth…

  115. Derek September 19, 2010 1:55 pm

    Let’s not use altitude for any losses on the road. To me, it’s an excuse. If you’re a good enough football team you can win on the road. I remember when Dick Tomey took his UH team to Wyoming and UH beat them bad. This is when Blane Gaison, etc. was playing. But, if you recall, Dick Tomey was well known for having good defenses and playing inspired football on defense and having great goal line defense with the likes of Falakino Noga, Itai Sataua, etc. I really think Dick Tomey should give McMackin his assessment of how the team can improve on defense. In fact, I vote for Tomey to be defensive coordinator right now. To play good defense, the players have to be inspired and have the will that the opponents will not move the ball on them, not one inch, not one yard. I see our defense not moving 100% at full speed and w/o intensity and reacting instinctively. When they hesitate, they lose.

  116. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 2:03 pm

    SteveM & Rasu Begasu ~

    I feel better now. I’m sure the WARRIORS will heal and make the necessary adjustments.

    After everything is said and done, remember, it’s still a bunch of kids playing a very violent sport. Don’t be so hard on them! C’mon, where’s the hometown spirit and support? They DO read this blog. Give them positive feedback, please. That’s somebody’s son out there giving his 110%.

  117. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 2:07 pm

    Oh my. I didn’t mean for that last post to sound like it was directed at SteveM or rasu begasu. It’s for anyone who grumbles about these kids trying to do their best while representing the 808.

  118. Coach MacAppen September 19, 2010 2:11 pm

    Coach Mac reminds me of Dooley in Tennessee…in waaaaaay over his head.

  119. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 2:13 pm

    Only THREE GAMES into this season, and BandWagoners are already jumping off and calling for Coach Mack’s head. You fake fans crack me up!

    If the shoe fits, wear it… otherwise, you know this message isn’t directed at you!!!

    You say all’s lost.

    I say we still have lots of promise, as long as we make certain corrections. This season is too valuable to waste it away. Too many other men’s and women’s programs are lying in the balance.

    Go, Warriors! This fan has got your backs.

  120. RedZone September 19, 2010 2:13 pm

    I hope Lefiti and Leonard are good to go. It will be a huge plus for the offense.

  121. jm2375 September 19, 2010 2:18 pm

    MichiganWarrior – #119 – ditto.

  122. ai-eee-soos September 19, 2010 2:21 pm

    .. today’s game played in Denver ….

    BRONCOS 31

    sealevels 14

  123. Coach MacAppen September 19, 2010 2:22 pm

    I think we can win out and get to the Hawaii bowl…is that better? Just because people complain doesn’t mean they are jumping off the bandwagon. Is it not possible to be an unhappy fan but a fan nonetheless?

  124. Garret September 19, 2010 2:26 pm

    The Charleston Southern game is on ESPN GamePlan and

  125. RedZone September 19, 2010 2:30 pm

    It will be good to have the Warriors pound the CS Bucs into the turf on TV. I am thinking we will see the running game we had not seen this past weekend.

  126. Steve September 19, 2010 2:37 pm


    #125 Are you talking about CS Bucs, running game!!!

  127. RedZone September 19, 2010 2:41 pm

    Garret I sometimes use ESPN3 to watch other college games but have found out that they will blackout games depending on the market they are in.

  128. RedZone September 19, 2010 2:42 pm

    No I am talking about UHs running game.

  129. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 2:57 pm

    Jm ~ Your ‘ skins got skinned. CB put da Kahuna on dem.

  130. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 3:01 pm

    ST ~ I can’t shake the visual. I’m thinkin’ Turkey Drumstcks for the next tgate.

  131. Markazulu September 19, 2010 3:06 pm

    You win some you lose some! People forget this is Rolo & Aranda’s 1st year calling plays so mistakes are bound to be made. What gets me is it’s 3 consistent games. I for one am gonna reserve my comment of Mac should be Fired or The Warriors are gonna win this game or lose that game. Ladies & Gentlemen all I say is thats why the game is played on the field. People said Hawaii should’ve won yesterdays game at Colorado based on the California game. Every week is a new saturday Thats why there is Upsets. Just Play Boys strap on your chin strap u wanna crowd then Win Simple as that. Complaining is okay as a fan but to assume they will Lose every game an make win lost predictions is a sign of bandwaggon written all over it. Realistic or not u have to have faith in your team not just jump on an off at will.

  132. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 3:22 pm

    Markazulu. 😎

  133. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 3:34 pm










    James…and any other supporting cast of the Tsaiko nation…How about lunch at The Willows?

  134. Michigan Warrior September 19, 2010 3:38 pm

    Didn’t mean to scare anyone away with my #119 above.

    We’ve all been voicing our concerns after every game so far. That’s not going to change.

    We don’t know exactly what’s going on on the sidelines, or even in the locker room during half time. What we do see is substitution penalties into our third game, along with occasional confusion on the field. That’s definitely on the coaches.

    We’ve not been putting enough pressure on opposing QB’s… I can recall only one sack so far. We’re not getting low enough to gain leverage and push opposing D-lines off of the ball. We’re still not capitalizing on Red Zone opportunities.

    We’ve had a couple of bad bounces on defense and special teams.

    As far as I’m concerned, these issues can (and need to) be fixed. These, plus playing with serious intensity and emotion for 60 minutes. Yes, we miss our swarming defense… that would come out to play with near-wreckless abandon. I think that will come as our guys gain more confidence in what they’re doing. Problem is… we don’t have the luxury of time for another mediocre season. We still have the top three teams in our conference to make a statement.

    Garret is right… while the negative stuff is crazy on other sites and forums, it’s not as bad here… but it’s starting to creep in. Yes, this is the first year for both our Offensive and Defensive Coordinators. But we also have some big name coaches who are their direct mentors… coaches who have proven themselves in the past. We just need for all of this to come together, sooner rather than later. And when it does, this team will be successful. Too bad they couldn’t have been gellin’ from the first game. Another thing that can help is for our defensive leaders to be more vocal. We can get this done and move forward. I feel like we’re on the verge of some scary good stuff. C’mon, Warriors!!!

  135. Slugger September 19, 2010 4:00 pm


    I’m going to lunch tomorrow to find out wha’ happen’d. Back to watching practices, too. I’m sure Aranda will answer the concern about players not getting off the field/in position in a timely manner. At the last luncheon, Rolo answered the concern about passing at the goal line and not running the ball in. This time, they tried to run the ball in, and didn’t make it. Hard, sometimes… Dam(n)’d if you do, dam(n)’d if you don’t. I need to watch the game over again. Next week, the broadcast quality should be back to HD since KFVE is producing it…one nice thing about Hawaii cutting over to HD broadcasts earlier than the rest of the nation to protect the birds.

  136. Slugger September 19, 2010 4:04 pm

    rasu begasu,

    Will you have time to join us for lunch at the Willows before you leave town tomorrow? 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

  137. Pride. September 19, 2010 4:09 pm

    The Warrior Beat

    September 19th, 2010

    By Stephen Tsai

    In the grand scheme for the Warriors, the loss has little impact in their two-tier quest: 1) Win the WAC. 2) Qualify for the Hawaii Bowl. Their first WAC game is not until Oct. 2. And with 10 games remaining, with six being at home, the Warriors should have a good shot of finishing with a winning record, their only requirement for the Hawaii Bowl.

    All of our efforts and all of our focus should be on one goal, and one goal only.

    Beat Charleston Southern.

  138. UHfanInOC September 19, 2010 4:09 pm


    Gotta agree with this, if the R&S isn’t the problem then it’s either the players or the play calling that’s the problem. If offensively we can’t call the right plays to get us TDs consistently from inside the 10, then why not try something else? Others have suggested power I’s, options (even JJ ran the option occasionally when down near the goal), why not? I think we all saw in the past JJ was better in getting red zone results with the R&S, but we have different players/coaches. Maybe new formations need to be tried?


    I like the idea of Tomey on staff, he’s a great motivator. I’ve wondered if Mack has that ability to motivate (vs the grandfatherly figure). Maybe Tomey as head coach?

    The talk now is how to improve and still reach our 2nd/3rd tier goals (greatfully we still have those goals to shoot at). Unfortunately, the times call for much better performance than this, given the UH’s tenuous situation. Running the table will be a miracle, but it seems that’s what we need to get UH in a favorable place when conferences realign in a couple of years.

  139. grrrrr September 19, 2010 4:20 pm

    ego – everyone has one. For some – it’s HUGE!

  140. whoa September 19, 2010 4:24 pm

    LOL. Last year people were saying let’s give Mack another year before we criticize him. Now people are saying that it’s just Rolo’s and Aranda’s first year calling the plays do let’s give them some more time. When is this coaching staff going to be held accountable? If you don’t demand competence and professionalism you will never get it.

  141. Markazulu September 19, 2010 4:29 pm

    Optimistic of everything I’m giving Rolo the Benefit of the doubt because this is his REAL first job at coordinating an calling plays. As for Mac I’ll go an say He was a great Coordinator or Defense but I dont know if he’s a good head coach I’ll wait till the end of the year once again. But he better do something quick. I just think this team REally needs a Vocal leader present.

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  143. rasu begasu September 19, 2010 4:42 pm


    Sorry be at the clinic from 1045 am to about 4pm on Monday

    once again unable to be there except in spirt.

  144. rasu begasu September 19, 2010 4:45 pm


    Leaving for sin city tomorrow nite, mahalo for the hospitality

    amd Aloha to all.

    Mucho Gracias SteveM, happy farming

  145. Slugger September 19, 2010 4:50 pm

    rasu begasu,

    We’ll think about you…and ask Ke Akua to look after you.

    I’m watching the game again…


    I agree. One game at a time. Win each one.

  146. al September 19, 2010 4:51 pm

    was that you ralphie?

    all righty then. if ralph can change then so can we.

  147. al September 19, 2010 4:51 pm

    safe travels mr. rasu begasu. sorry i was unable to catch you this time.

  148. empty September 19, 2010 4:52 pm

    It’s nice to get 20 to 40 yd passes, but it seems that we are getting away from trying to control the ball by going to the first option if it is open to get the 3 to 6 yd gains. Especially when the other team is blitzing or winning at the line of scrimmage. By doing that and getting the first downs, our D would have had time to rest. Just my thoughts.

  149. Slugger September 19, 2010 4:52 pm

    Double rainbow over Manoa right now…

  150. wafan September 19, 2010 4:53 pm


  151. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 4:53 pm

    Peyton is getting back at Eli for locking him in the closet. Hehehe…a little brotherly luv combined with a huge azz whuppin!

  152. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc September 19, 2010 5:52 pm

    Will be at the Willows tomorrow and will stop by to say hello to the Tsai-kos; however, I prefer to sit at the front in order to see/hear the program better rather than sit by the food service table – especially if there’s any dessert since that’s pretty much all I’ll be eating. no sense in making it easy for me!

    Are the Call The Coach shows still on? Where are they now held?

  153. cocobean September 19, 2010 7:01 pm

    Bad sign. Two different friends asked if I wanted their tix for the next game. Had to make several calls to unload 4 tix. Even with parking passes people still said no thanks.

    Both guys are life long season ticket holders. They echoed the same frustrations and criticisms expressed here. It’s a bad sign (financially) when people like these start bailing so early in the season.

    Unless UH starts wining big (beat either BSU or FSU) it’s gonna be hard to sell tickets to the non season ticket holder.

  154. bighilofan2 September 19, 2010 7:22 pm


    i no wat you mean.

    howzit tsaikos. good news. the dolphins won.

    bad news. httr didn’t pan out like i’d hoped.

  155. jm2375 September 19, 2010 7:30 pm

    Howzit bhf2!

    So, wife no mo vapors today? I’m soooo disappointed. At least the Cowgirls lost. hehehehe.

  156. Patrice Galimi September 19, 2010 8:13 pm

    Hi I live in Garden Grove, California. I had to stop and comment on your site. Thanks for sharing your site with us.

  157. Willie September 19, 2010 8:58 pm

    Got to see a bunch of WAC teams in action and the top 3 leaving soon are a load. Boise State as usual off the charts, so much precision both sides of the ball. Nevada’s offense with Kapernick looks unstopable. At this time Fresno appears for real, their QB got some quicks & mobility unlike what they have had in the past; also speed on “D”.

  158. jm2375 September 19, 2010 8:58 pm

    Wow, I wen scare errybody away.

    Hehe. Time for a clubhouse raid?

  159. papajoe2 September 19, 2010 9:07 pm

    #133 Kekoa, Mondays are bad for me. Golf day. Will try to break away one of these days for the Willows but the next 2 Mondays are a nada. Have fun there. See ya on the blog.

  160. Hawaiianbod September 19, 2010 9:18 pm


    Cheap Eats featured Cinnammon this week The fuud looked pretty good.

    Have you been there? and How does it compare to Boots and Kimo?

  161. jm2375 September 19, 2010 9:28 pm

    Hawaiianbod – only been there once. Had the lilikoi pancakes. Wasn’t that impressed, but there wasn’t much of a line, unlike Boots and Kimos. Still like Boots and Kimo’s mac nut syrup. Sometimes we’ll go to Times Coffee Shop for their fried rice. Regular portion feeds all 3 of us and hubby is XLTsaiko-size. Think it’s 6 scoops of rice, 1 egg and toast or mac salad. Need to try Cinnamon’s again someday. Anyone wanna join me?

  162. expat September 19, 2010 9:28 pm

    I haven’t had a chance to watch the game yet as we were out of town (no tv) all weekend, but while trying to fall asleep last night I did watch the last 10 minutes or so of the Arizona – Iowa game (on my iphone streaming over 3G via the app — somewhat amazing.) After Iowa tied things up with a interception return Arizona came back and marched right up the field and scored.

    They left quite a bit of time on the clock though. The defensive effort to close out the game was amazing. Iowa had one decent gain and then the Arizona D closed the door. They sacked the QB four times to close out the game (one down was replayed because of a penalty.) They blitzed, but more than that the Arizona line just wanted it more. Those Iowa linemen are of the chunky, corn-fed, big-10 variety — and they were just getting bullied in the end.

    It would be great to see our guys bring it like that when it really matters. We have seen great, and fortunate, defensive plays in the past and we saw one last week against Army. That forced turnover was last gasp though after Army drove, and drove, and drove. That series for Arizona was a different kind of effort.

    The o-line has been providing pretty good protection so far this season. They have to be able to be able to punch the ball in when it is 1st and goal though. The d-line has to be able to string together stops. They are letting teams nickel and dime them to death in the second half. The offense can’t score if it never gets the ball — and one thing the defense is not doing is scoring.

    The season is far from lost. There are a few things we know though after week three: Boise State is scary; Nevada looks scarier; and Fresno will be really hard to beat. Unfortunately those three teams are playing at a different level. They are all beatable, but it will take an almost perfect game to do so.

  163. al September 19, 2010 9:29 pm

    hawaiianbod…cinnamon’s is very good. norman and bonnie do an excellent job making sure that the food is great and the service superb.

  164. Hawaiianbod September 19, 2010 9:30 pm


    Safe travels as you head back home.

    Sorry i couldn’t *meet* you, again. One of these days…..maybe in LV?

    Best to you re your health!

    …..and hope you stay out of the dog house. LOL.

  165. jm2375 September 19, 2010 9:34 pm

    While we’re on the subject of fuuud…

    The (in)famous Tsaiko bread pudding is scheduled to make it’s Tsaiko-gate debut on Saturday. Previous appearances include TsuperBowl party, practice t-gate and the June KK. Bread pudding connoisseur A-joe will not be present, so his share is up for grabs. 😀

    1 large pan or 2? Or, 1 large pan and 1 small pan, Or 1 large pan.

  166. Ralph September 19, 2010 9:42 pm

    compromise, 2 large pans of bread pudding!

  167. al September 19, 2010 9:43 pm

    2 large pans….please.

  168. al September 19, 2010 9:50 pm

    wow. twice today ralph and i agree on something.

  169. Hawaiianbod September 19, 2010 9:57 pm

    Thanks al and jm2375 for the 4-1-1!

    As i was reading the Yelp reviews, customers raved about the guava chiffon pancakes and also the red velvet pancakes. Sounds sooo yummmy!!!

    I still can’t get that macnut sryup pancakes out of mind ever since you first mentioned it a couple of years ago. LOL.

    That Times Coffee Shop fried rice seems like a challenge for Adam of Man vs Food.

  170. jm2375 September 19, 2010 10:04 pm

    Hbod – I don’t think it’s enough for him. Although he couldn’t finish the MAC 24/7 pancakes. Those are huuuuuuuge.

  171. protector September 19, 2010 10:05 pm


    Can you put me down for: Warriors 49 Charleston Southern 13. Mahalo!

  172. jm2375 September 19, 2010 10:05 pm

    Hbod – haven’t been to the Boots and Kimos new location (down the street from the old place). There’s still a loooooong line, esp on the weekends.

  173. LizKauai (iPad) September 19, 2010 10:08 pm

    Pancakes, sigh. Off my radar for awhile.

    SteveM- think your Green Leaves of Summer was one of your best ever.

    I really enjoyed singing with Cale after d1 left. Wish we could have stayed longer but we left just in time. The nabeyaki udon coma hit right after we got home. 😆

    See you all at homecoming!

  174. Kekoa (iPhone) September 19, 2010 10:09 pm

    Bread pudding?? I’m in!

  175. Hawaiianbod September 19, 2010 10:12 pm


    i bet the WB mascot could finish that fried rice dish. Do you feed it table food?

  176. protector September 19, 2010 10:16 pm


    Your announcement has me salivating like one of Pavlov’s dogs. Though sweet treats are the bane of diabetics like myself, your dessert is very high on my “refuse-to-pass-up” list. I’ve been good long enough to jump off the wagon on occasion; this will be one of those times.

  177. jm2375 September 19, 2010 10:17 pm

    Hbod – mascot doesn’t get too much table food. Snacks maybe, like pizza crusts and leftover ramen. He’d probably like the fried rice. Trying not to feed him too much, esp if we go out. He has a tendency to get car sick…

  178. jm2375 September 19, 2010 10:21 pm

    Will the silver fox of Keaau be joining us on Saturday?

  179. jm2375 September 19, 2010 10:24 pm

    Eh, wassup wit dis? What about the Warrior Marching Band, da bestest in the land?!!

    USC band stars in “Five-0” video.

    CBS said the video will be presented on-air and online.

  180. Ralph September 19, 2010 10:35 pm

    we’re 2-13-1 all time against the big 12, JD needs to schedule more big 12 games so we can start balancing out the won – lost record.

  181. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc September 19, 2010 10:43 pm

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  182. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc September 19, 2010 10:44 pm

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  183. jm2375 September 19, 2010 11:10 pm


  184. whitey September 19, 2010 11:28 pm

    For me, the 48 hr rule has passed and my comments are strictly my own. Both Rolo and Aranda need to look at themselves in the mirror and Mc needs to get into the real world. The coaches did not do their job and right now they shoud be kicking their own arses for not being able to change with the game. I agree with Kaniela that it wasn’t the gassing, but more like the guessing and not knowing what the hell to do. The Army game should have been a preview of what was to come, but right now our coaches cannot meet the challenges. Coach Tommy H did his job, why can’t the others?????????

  185. whitey September 19, 2010 11:32 pm

    Last yr I said the warriors couldn’t do the basic tackling and blocking. Has it changed??? No, because the coaches live in a dream world where they think they are playing in the NFL. Tackling and blocking hasn’t changed, but if you are not goiing to spend time on the biasic rules of football, you are asking for trouble.

  186. whitey September 19, 2010 11:36 pm

    Reading Ferd’ Words, is this what you want Coach Mc to be doing??? Hell no. His job is to make sure the warriors are ready and will be int he game till the end. Who gives a rat’s arse about Hawkins or any other head coach. Me, I care about what Coach Mc, his staff, and the Warriors do on any given game.

  187. whitey September 19, 2010 11:37 pm

    OK, enough from me and that’s my view after 48 hrs.

  188. Ralph September 19, 2010 11:41 pm

    Bring out the big bag, let who ever wants to hit and drive through the bag be allowed to do so, it’s a piece of equipment like the jugs gun, let it benefit whoever wants to take extra reps. I remember Pride stating that its really too big to wrap up and tackle, well having something difficult to tackle might enlighten the others to gang tackle the big bag and transfer that mentality to the game.

  189. Pride. September 19, 2010 11:49 pm


    September 19th, 2010 at 11:41 pm

    Bring out the big bag, let who ever wants to hit and drive through the bag be allowed to do so, it’s a piece of equipment like the jugs gun, let it benefit whoever wants to take extra reps. I remember Pride stating that its really too big to wrap up and tackle, well having something difficult to tackle might enlighten the others to gang tackle the big bag and transfer that mentality to the game.

    Our defense was horrendous during the years when the big bag was being used for practice. Why use something that doesn’t yield results?

  190. whitey September 19, 2010 11:50 pm

    ralphie, congratulations on your wildcats kicking my cyclones in the arse. great win for you!!

  191. whitey September 19, 2010 11:52 pm

    pride and ralphie, big bag, small bag, i could care less, but would be jumping up and down it someone would spend the time making sure the warriors can do basic tackling and blocking. the players are not too blame, it is strictly on the the coaches.

  192. whitey September 19, 2010 11:56 pm

    on the positives for the warriors, we have some truly gifted players, so what is the next step????? For me, I would play them and not worry about the future, but at the same time, I would also make sure everyone understands why you play them.

  193. whitey September 19, 2010 11:57 pm

    closing for the night, “Where is the pressure defense”??????????

  194. Ralph September 19, 2010 11:59 pm

    seems like the players were going to the ball with a lot more intensity and gang tackling seemed to occur more often than it is this season. I saw your numbers on defense ranking but Jones wanted Glanville to win the turn over battle and take chances, left the cbs on an island, but JJ didn’t care, he wanted the defense off the field to let his offense run. In the Army game they controlled the 2nd half and used up a lot of clock, would have drove JJ nuts, and Aranda should have taken chances and tried for a turn over. Colorado controlled the second half, ran about 20+ more plays than UH without UH scoring, time of possession wouldn’t matter if UH was scoring a lot but they weren’t so the defense got to take chances to get the ball in the offense hands any which way it can.

  195. performance coach September 20, 2010 12:08 am

    Time for Rolo to Platoon Austin and Moniz. Maybe even get Rausch into the fray for some plays. Why? It’s clear that Moniz is not performing at the levels we need him to. Two stalls in the red zone in the USC game, I THINK he had one stall in the red zone in the Army Game, and two disastrous stalls in this last game against Colorado. His passing accuracy has really deteriorated, and his running ability is gone as he now has gone into self-preservation mode. Three very serious fumbles in the past two games, ALL fumbles are deadly serious and Moniz has not been a good steward of the football. I seriously think that we have one of the best receiving corps in D1 football. Pilares has already proven that he can outrun USC quality DB’s. Everyone knows that Salas is an awesome receiver who is NFL quality, everyone that is except our QB Bryant Moniz. Add in Rodney Bradley, Royce Pollard, and the rest and you have an awesome stable of Touchdown-capable receivers. If we had Brett Favre as quarterback we would no doubt put up about 50 pts a game. But we don’t, so we can realistically only expect about 35 to 40 points a game if we can get one of our QB’s to hit his receivers, hold on to the ball, throw it out to avoid costly sacks, and not psyche-out when he gets into the red zone. 35 to 40 points will take care of business for us. The problem is not with our Defense. Come on, even when Colt was here we narrowly escaped LA Tech 45 to 44, Nevada with a game ending field goal, San Jose with a late TD, and we overcame a 21 point first quarter deficit against Washington. No, blanking teams is simply not in the cards. And we cannot beat anybody by scoring only 13 points. Moniz is holding back our team with his poor play. Reopen the competition. Hopefully, this will force him to reevaluate his poor play, and he can work to improve in the areas he is doing poorly in. I wish him the best, but we have so many deserving players on this team, to let games like this slip away just wastes everyones time.

  196. al September 20, 2010 12:25 am

    i can’t hang our ineptness inside the five on our quarterback. it is more the responsibility of the whole team including the coaches.

    the colorado dline were instructed to dive at the hawaii olinemen’s shins during the goaline stands.

    so why did we not send in a back like chizzy who goes airborne and over the dline who are now on their bellies?

    why didn’t we line up in a two back set, sending the first guy up the gut taking the dline out of the initial thurst and then letting the deep I back decide whether he should follow the fullback or go off tackle or outside?

    why didn’t we send the back up the gut once more and then bootleg the qb with an option to pass to a wr dragging across the endzone???

    why didn’t we send a taller avery on a flag route????

    so many things we could have done. wildcat, power I, etc, etc.

    it is not moniz’ fault he just tried to execute what the sidelines ordered. if the oline couldn’t drive back the dline then do something else.

  197. al September 20, 2010 12:27 am

    back in the day usc made famous with the running back jumping over the top after the fullback fake dive. thus leaving the flying rb to contend with but a safety who was no match at that point.

    mike garrett, marcus allen, charles white, et al. had a near 100% success ratio doing just that.

  198. al September 20, 2010 12:29 am

    time to buck up…

    warriors 45

    cs 17

  199. al September 20, 2010 12:32 am

    kekoa of the ceded lands…had originally planned to attend that willows gathering, however, forgot about the maka procedure tomorrow.

  200. Pride. September 20, 2010 12:40 am

    Good luck Al.

  201. Michigan Warrior September 20, 2010 12:45 am

    Like Tiwanak said after the game, that first goal line stand ended when he snapped the ball, thinking Moniz had started his cadence, when in fact, Moniz was calling a play.

    Like Al said… Moniz is taking instructions from the sidelines.

    We all called for rushes last week when faced with the exact situation. Coach Rolo went with it this week, thinking we can get at least a half yard. Didn’t happen. As well as Moniz runs our option, if they are so worried about preserving him for the rest of the season, then why didn’t they put Graves in to run it? I didn’t see Graves at all, on any side of the ball. Why’d they fly him up again? He might’ve provided the spark that our offense OR defense needed. Who knows? It’s over. Time to (really) correct stuff and move on.

  202. rasu begasu September 20, 2010 12:45 am

    My last 2 cents,

    with the CU D-Line telegraphing the fact that they would cut off our O-lines knees

    in both goal line stands why no simple dive in the 4 hole or a short sweep outside the 6

    towards the open side of the field?

    The DE in the 4 slot was already on his knees most plays and it would seem to be easy enough to kick in the OLB with a slotback

  203. rasu begasu September 20, 2010 12:46 am

    Best wishes Mr Al!

  204. al September 20, 2010 12:49 am

    thanks pride.

  205. al September 20, 2010 12:50 am

    rasu begasu…i echo your thoughts and doomo arigato gozaimasu.

  206. rasu begasu September 20, 2010 12:51 am

    anyways, bad taste will be gone when Chas State visits this week to pick

    up a paycheck

    Nyquill starting to work, getting hard to read


  207. sportforfun September 20, 2010 12:51 am

    @ Al…#12: Think Jim Leahey, mainland version. Mr. Leahey even admits to being a homer. lol

  208. al September 20, 2010 12:52 am


    mark banker is still looking for his first opportunity.

  209. al September 20, 2010 12:58 am

    i just found out today that corey paredes had 16 tackles yesterday. he also led the team with 14 tackles against army and now has a team leading 39 tackles for the year.

  210. al September 20, 2010 1:00 am

    sportsforfun…that is true. but, it was all too obvious this past saturday as the guy almost never called out a hawaii defensive player’s name.

  211. al September 20, 2010 1:02 am

    so what happens now that brett leonard and sila lefiti have been declared fit to play?

    ginlack and tiwanak has quietly done a good job.

  212. Michigan Warrior September 20, 2010 1:12 am

    Maybe we keep what we got, but put Leonard and Lefiti in for goal line situations?

  213. bighilofan2 September 20, 2010 1:19 am


    regarding the 58 hour rule and your comments on our team play and the coaches,

    your 184, 185 186 are my sentiments exactly.


    howzit howzit. yep. see you Sat.

  214. bighilofan2 September 20, 2010 1:22 am

    rasu begasu

    sorry i couldn’t make it to Hnl this past weekend. keep well my friend.

  215. Pride. September 20, 2010 1:35 am


    September 20th, 2010 at 12:52 am


    mark banker is still looking for his first opportunity.

    Banker’s opportunity might have come and gone already.

  216. Silky Voice of the Gorn September 20, 2010 2:16 am

    #140 whoa:

    September 19th, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    LOL. Last year people were saying let’s give Mack another year before we criticize him. Now people are saying that it’s just Rolo’s and Aranda’s first year calling the plays do let’s give them some more time. When is this coaching staff going to be held accountable? If you don’t demand competence and professionalism you will never get it.

    Regardless of whether or not it is Rolovich’s or Aranda’s first time at this level being OC/DC respectively, there still needs to be accountability at all levels. Everyone needs to do their jobs properly if the expectation is to gain respectability at the national level. If there are mistakes made, then it is their job to figure out what the actual problems are and fix them. If mere outsiders continue observing the same mistakes being made, they can only deduce the common factors as being a potential source of those issues; in this case, the coaching staff (and if it is players making the same mistakes over and over, then potentially those individual players).

    As I wrote previously, things looked promising based on the USC game but that these two road games would provide a better gauge as to where the UH football program stands. Unfortunately as more are now voicing, the same problems from the previous two seasons continue to persist with red zone scoring, coaching adjustments made in game and during half-time, coming out flat in the 2nd half, etc. I won’t even bother to rehash my previous observations and critiques from those two seasons as it amounts to just beating a dead horse going into this third season. By now, this coaching staffs’ recruits (inspite of this staff partially being held over from the previous regime to continue where JJ left off) should be showing some consistent positive results. All of this should be showing on game day in terms of execution on the field, sideline management, decision making with regards to play selection, decision making with regards to managing the team prior to game time, etc. It seems we’re going to be in continual rebuilding mode which is unacceptable.

    At this point in the McMackin era, the way the football program presents itself during game day is what will speak volumes. Even the most diehard positive fan will tire of the same quotes provided by the coaches. More folks are bottomline, looking for results not just in terms of winning but also the overall competency of the team from coaching staff on down. It is up to this coaching staff to be able to fix the mistakes, provide the necessary leadership, and provide the proper motivation along with the players desire to execute the game plan. Unfortunately at least for myself, the promising positives especially with regards to this coaching staff were merely exposed over the course of these last two games. If these same old issues are still cropping up after two full seasons, then I personally am not confident anything will change this season. Will this cost us some games we need to win this season? Quite possibly (see below). Up to this coaching staff to prove folks like myself wrong.

    As someone else had pointed out, the immediate goal should be not to look past the next opponent; this is especially true given how many FCS teams have knocked off or come close to beating teams from the BCS-AQ conferences in the first 3 weeks of play. It is fine to have an ultimate goal like winning the conference and going to be a bowl game (IMHO, those should always be a given anyway just as getting better each week should be an unstated given since the objective should be even loftier ambitions) but those goals can only be reached if business is taken care of beforehand. In UH’s case this season, that is executing well and beating their next opponent, Charleston Southern.

    And while we do have some very winnable future games after Charleston Southern, that will be determined based on marked improvements with the defense and red zone scoring which again, has been an achilles heal for awhile. Just looking at the first 3 weeks of play, the winnability of some games are in question (not meaning to look past CSU but more of an exercise as to how some teams on the remainder of our schedule looked very decent against their opponents to date); Louisiana Tech (winnable) aren’t that good but again, just how good are we especially when we have these ongoing problems?, @ Fresno will be a challenge, Nevada may very well be undefeated, ranked and be ready to finally get over that hump of losing here, @ Utah State (they gave both Oklahoma and Fresno fits) and Idaho (an unknown at this juncture), both winnable will possibly determine just how much we are falling in relation to these once conference bottom feeders, @ Boise will be downright daunting, SJSU (winnable) showed they could compete against Wisconsin @ Madison unlike how we were completely run over at home by Clay and company, @ NMSU and the at home finale with UNLV look at the moment to also be winnable. This translates into an 8 win season if they beat all those winnable ones. At this juncture though, I personally have doubts about the Utah State and Idaho games while SJSU may be a toss up depending on how much they improve by the time we play them. Yes, we should be improving over time as well but again, one cannot ignore the fact that we’ve been having these same problems (red zone efficiency, game time decision making and management, adjustments, 3rd quarter scoring, run defense, etc) for two seasons now and I have my doubts things will change that drastically when one takes into account what has transpired in these last two games.

    As Ferd’s article alluded to, UH during the McMackin era has found a way to make some really bad teams (and thus their coaches), look good. We’ve also made better teams look like national champions by allowing them to run all over us and putting up 50+ points in the process. This leads back to the question which the poster I quoted asked; when is this coaching staff going to be held accountable? Given this season is supposed to finally be McMackin’s payoff year in terms of his recruits, I’m sure both Ferd Lewis and Dave Reardon will be putting this coaching staff on the hot seat this season if the situation does not improve and/or if we lose one or more of the games that are considered, winnable. Furthermore, more of the bandwagon fans which make the difference between having 35,000+ in attendance at the stadium will jump off the wagon. That is the unfortunate reality and not what you want when this program is facing the uncertainties caused by this past summers conference realignments. At that point, the administration will no longer be able to side skirt the issue.

  217. wafan September 20, 2010 3:20 am

    Good morning . . . I sure hope it is going to be an even better day.

  218. wafan September 20, 2010 3:23 am

    Gorn . . .

    Nicely said, as usual. It is coming to that point where accountability will either yield positive or negative rewards.

  219. mctruck September 20, 2010 3:30 am

    I am wondering????…three straight games already and same game plan.(samo-samo), UH seems to be stuck in neutral on both sides of the ball.

    Responsibility falls on the coaches directing players. Is Rolo being hog-tied by coach Mac with regard plays inside the red zone, or what???, because I’ve always thought that coach Rolo was more creative/progressive than what’s been going on in the red zone??

  220. Kekoa (iPhone) September 20, 2010 4:32 am

    Gorn darn it!…I wish you could attend the Willows luncheon today. I would love to hear the coaching staff respond to your comments.

    Whitey, Al & Michigan Warrior, the statement above applies.

    It’ll be interesting to see the turnout. After the USC game, the room was packed! So far, it looks like just me & slugger…

  221. Pomai September 20, 2010 4:37 am

    #179 – jm2375

    It was all a joke, CBS had already decided to use USC, they where the only band to submit a paid to make video, all the other schools did what they where asked to do play the song as a marching band, check out all the videos an you will see the difference of what money can buy. Can’t understand why CBS would not want to use a band that if from where the base of your story is??

  222. Michigan Warrior September 20, 2010 4:57 am

    #220… Kekoa… When we finally get the chance to move back home, all you guys will definitely see me on a regular basis. I’m making plans to be in Vegas next year. Hope to see lots of you guys then, at least.

    Yes, we do expect accountability from the coaches. The mistakes that keep happening go right back to them. I do wonder if Rolo has the green light, or is he overrided by Coach Mack or Coach Mouse? We seemed to not have made the adjustments after the first two run plays on the goal line, since our line knew Colorado was diving at our ankles. Our third down play should’ve looked different. Our fourth down play was a fumble.

    Anyways, I see lots of talk everywhere about the coaches. I also see lots of talk about this debacle leading to less fans in the stands. While I agree that winning cures all, now is not the time to stop supporting our team by not showing up for games, thus leading to less funds coming in. They need to know we’re behind them, and will cheer them on to succeed. We, in turn, expect them to give us their 100%, both on the field and on the sidelines. We gotta be animals on both sides of the ball… but without the stupid penalties.

  223. Michigan Warrior September 20, 2010 5:17 am

    That USC Band doing Hawaii 5-0 video looks like it was all planned from the beginning… probably to get extra exposure from the California market for the show.

    Too bad… seems like they didn’t even consider UH (or anyone else) for this.

  224. chawan_cut September 20, 2010 5:31 am

    Don’t forget to vote for our university of hawaii band in the hawaii 5-0 contest for the best performance of the song for the new cbs show. Winner gets $25k. No other band should get that. Thats our song!

  225. Hank September 20, 2010 6:44 am

    Good Morning Everyone….

  226. Buffoman September 20, 2010 6:50 am

    The team is like a reflection of what happened in Iraq. Some bright general/politician decided that it was a good idea to invade. Gave troops some instructions and basic equipment without really knowing the mentality of their new oppoenent. And so we went to battel. We initially “won” but when the second half started, we really were ill prepared for what happened next with suicide bombings, road side mines, etc..

    We go itnot the game with some insturctions from our coaches and initially it looks okay. When the second half starts we’re ill prepared for what’s about to happen and we get bombed.

    The one thing about both is that we have great people on the ground, our troops and our players. Can not fault them (our troops and our team) for the outcomes as it appears that the intelligence, preparation and exection from those in command just do not appear to be on top of things.

    We let generals go because of these missteps and our trrops are placed in harms way. Maybe we should consider the same with our team.

  227. Hank September 20, 2010 6:51 am

    “3. FLAGGED

    » Situation: Hawaii 10, Colorado 0, 13:32 remaining, third quarter, Colorado ball third and 3 at own 27

    » The Play: Hawaii is called for a 5-yard illegal substitution penalty as it has too many players on the field.

    » Impact: Colorado drives 80 yards on 14 plays to open the second half with a touchdown and close to within a field goal of Hawaii’s lead.”

    …people, this really eats at me…because after substitution penalties cost us touchdowns in the first two games, to have this happen again…jeeez.

    …hey, i’m not on the sidelines…but what the heck is happening over there that the coaches can’t communicate who is in or out?

    …if we are waiting for our DC to decide what to do after every play…maybe there’s too much micromanage and not enough JUST PLAY!

    …mahalo, that’s it for today.

  228. Da Punchbowl Kid September 20, 2010 7:07 am

    Good Morning Gangeez! 🙂

    Or is it?!

    Okay, it is.

    But I feel what a lot of other posters are saying.

    In the mean time,


  229. Kazz blogging via DROID X September 20, 2010 7:40 am

    The new HAWAII FIVE O can go rot in hell.

    I ain’t gonna waste my time watching a show that felt USC was the best choice to play that song.


  230. Kekoa (iPhone) September 20, 2010 9:03 am

    Michigan Warrior ~ looking forward to seeing you and your ohana at Vegas on 9/17/11. We had such a great gathering there last year. Many more Tsaiko’s from around the country have already expressed a desire to attend.

    Stay tuned to SteveM’s website. He will post all the information needed to obtain tickets. He usually tells everyone how & where the post & pre-game events will be. He also provides lodging info for those who want to let others know where they can be reached.

  231. performance coach September 20, 2010 10:46 am

    al 196,

    I agree with you that there are many variables to consider when playing football. Heck, when playing any sport. However, there are basic skills that all successful athletes must acquire in order to become good and productive players. In football, the ability to catch a thrown or kicked ball reliably, run fast, and become tough are basic necessities. In addition, all ballhandlers (which would include quarterbacks), must memorize and live by the mantra “If I fumble the ball my team will lose, it is the KISS OF DEATH.” Say what you will to deflect criticism of Moniz, but the naked reality is that he has broken one of the basic tenets of Football, MULTIPLE TIMES. He has fumbled away our games. It really IS that simple. Our team cannot turn over the ball and expect to win. All of Moniz’ fumbles have been turned into points for the other team or denied us points. In addition, as I said before that is only part of his problems. He has showed serious signs of lacking confidence in the red zone (when the field is compressed). I think he is deathly afraid of getting picked, so much so that he subconsciously wants to get it over with as soon as possible and is quite alright having the kicker take care of the matter with a kick for 3 points, so his throwing attempts are weak and indecisive in the red zone. We simply cannot win with a QB with this mentality. I’ll be the first to admit that his last drive against Army was awesome. So he has ability, no doubt about it. Prior to the Colorado game there was news of Bryant being one of the best QB’s in the nation. That was amusing news. Obviously, the statistics against USC generated by Brent and Shane must have been credited to Bryant, because there is no way his individual numbers rate him amongst the elite QB’s. In any case, I am not calling for a complete benching of Moniz. I am hoping for more time for Austin or for both Austin and Rausch. Moniz needs to be pushed, he needs desperately to improve, and competition for his job may be what he needs to get him there. Either that or he just never improves and is eventually replaced, which is the outcome we want to atleast prepare for by getting the other QB’s involved. This is an excellent team with some pretty good players. Let’s not wait around until the 11th hour and our Bowl possibilities have slipped from our grasp.

  232. haroldwah September 20, 2010 12:17 pm

    I don’t know who you are Kazz but why don’t you really tell us how you feel about Hawaii Five-O.

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