Another season has come to an end.
But enough about Walking Dead’s mid-season finale.
For the Warriors, here’s the agenda:
> The Warriors held their final team meeting of 2014 this morning. By reports, they reviewed the season and outlined goals for the offseason workouts.
> Recruiting, which has never stopped, is into full mode. There are four coaches on the mainland recruiting. The most pressing area, obviously, is defensive tackle/nose guard. But the Warriors are not restricting the search to just need areas. They are looking for playmakers.
> Dec. 17 is the first day mid-season transfers may sign national letters of intent. Don’t expect the Warriors to sign anyone that day. But that doesn’t mean they won’t add mid-season transfers. That day is just a formality. If a transfer is accepted into UH for the spring semester, then begins receiving a scholarship, he’s a Warrior, no matter if he signed or not.
> The Alec Waterhouse Memorial Football Awards Luau — OK, it’s the annual team banquet — is this Sunday, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
If you wish to attend, register here: Na Koa banquet
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Congrats to former Warrior QB Bryant Moniz and the Calgary Stampeders on winning yesterday’s Grey Cup.
Each Stampeder earns a bonus of $16,000.