Defensive end Quenton Brown of Eastern Arizona has signed a letter of intent with the Warriors. He is 6 feet 3 and 230 pounds.
Brown redshirted at Central Florida in 2010 before transferring to Central Florida. Head coach Norm Chow said Brown will have three years to play three seasons.
Defensive back Marrell Jackson of Miramar High in Miami made a verbal commitment to the Warriors, but is awaiting a parental signature for his binding letter.
Here’s Jackson highlight video: Jackson.
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The first “Call the Coach” show with Norm Chow is scheduled for tonight and, if past public appearances are a measuring stick, then a large listenership is expected.
All of which leads to the football coach’s television show, whose rights are awarded on one-contracts. So far, nothing has been signed for the 2012 football season.
Hawaii News Now did a good job with the Coach Mack Show. The station sent a reporter on every road trip. The show was relatively fast paced.
But Oceanic, which owns the rights to UH sportscasts, should consider being a player. Oceanic has the means, but not enough live programming to fill its UH channel (12).
With Chow’s current popularity, the coach’s show is now a valuable property.