Warriors: A good bye

UH quarterback Beau Reilly ran through drills during practice on Sept. 24. (Craig T. Kojima / ckojima@staradvertiser.com)
UH quarterback Beau Reilly ran through drills during practice on Sept. 24.
(Craig T. Kojima / ckojima@staradvertiser.com)

Quarterbacks Ikaika Woolsey, Taylor Graham and Beau Reilly looked good in yesterday’s scrimmage-like session. It was full contact (except on QBs), as the coaches often reminded, with “We’re live” yells when defenders tried to make wrap-up stops. It was only one day during a bye week, but here some players who stood out:

> Outside linebacker Austin Slade-Matautia, a converted tight end, showed range and toughness with two backfield tackles. He redshirted last year after transferring from Oregon State.

> Wideout Duke Bukoski, who earned a spot on the 64-travel roster with his work on special teams, had his best scrimmage in three years. He caught five passes for 87 yards, including 40 on a crossing pattern and 19 when he looped into the end zone for a touchdown.

> Tyler Hadden, who is tied for the national lead with 10 field goals, has that look that hot-shooting basketball players have: Gimme the ball. He wasn’t needed because the Warriors converted their two-minute drives yesterday, but that look of confidence and determination is nice to see in a senior kicker.

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So, yes, I gushed about Daniel Lewis’ toughness and breakaway speed during yesterday’s scrimmage.

So, naturally, he was back at safety today.


  1. momo September 25, 2014 6:01 am

    Happy new day. Great t see that things went well at practice

  2. gigi-hawaii September 25, 2014 6:06 am

    It is so important to be calm, cool, poised and self-confident when you play.
    That’s already half the battle, don’t you think?

  3. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 6:33 am


  4. d1shima September 25, 2014 6:35 am

    Great Morning All!

    WTG young ‘uns!


  5. haka September 25, 2014 6:41 am

    Turn it on,
    See the light.
    Step it up,
    Make it right!

    Be the man!
    Be the Warrior!

  6. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 6:46 am

    Good morning, Tsai-kos!

    Great to read yesterday’s practice went well!

    Another new day upon us is one day nearer to mochi rice pounding day :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  7. tom-warriornation September 25, 2014 7:01 am

    Still got tickets for the Rice game in Houston next Sat. at $20 each at the 40 yd line behind our Warrior bench–come join 200 other Hawaii fans sitting together–also they got a killer local tailgate with awesome foods! Email me: tomkitaguchi@yahoo.com or text me at 415-324-0585.

    Also still got $20 tickets at SDSU on Oct. 18–come join another 200 Hawaii fans sitting together 10 rows behind our Warrior bench at the 30-50 yd lines; including the families of our center, PK & also former players.

  8. mo808 September 25, 2014 7:15 am

    Good morning, folks!
    Good to hear the practice went well! Repetition is the key to improvement!
    Keep up the hard work RB Warriors!

  9. tom-warriornation September 25, 2014 7:17 am

    Regarding my Triple-option suggestion yesterday:

    Like others have said, I am not saying to change our offense–just maybe have the backups all play in this surprise package (keeping Woolsey at QB)–that would greatly boost the spirits of these hard working 2nd stringers knowing that they will get into the game just for a few plays.

    I am sure it will boost the spirits of the starters to see the backups get into the game that would surprise the other team with something completely UNEXPECTED; AND HAVE A FEW TRICK PLAYS THROWN INTO THIS TRIPLE OPTION MIX; like a RB pass (using Ewaliko), reverse, etc.

    Isn’t player motivation a big part of the game???

  10. Boolakanaka September 25, 2014 7:21 am

    Aloha all! A couple of random items….as it is a bye week, and bruddhas get some time off this weekend, I’ll shout the refrain that Coach Fagg use to say on such weeks: ” no redshirts at the disco!!?” Lucky for me I never considered Red Lions and Scruples one disco– winkie-wink!

    Big game for the 1-0 boola boola university, playing Army. And for da boys, this is good time to catch up on homework and term papers….

  11. A-House September 25, 2014 7:43 am

    #7 and #9:

    see you at Rice? looking forward to all the BBQ meats!!!

    while I like your suggestion(s), the UH coaching staff, especially Chow, are too “tunneled vision” in many ways – agree that motivation for the non-starters is a good idea – what’s 2 or 3 plays? will it kill the enthusiasm of the starters? will it kill the opportunity to “win”? heck, offensive coaches have been using the same ‘merry-go-round’ for 4 games

    perhaps, they lack the ability to “think outside the box”

    if UH goes 2 and 11 or 3 and 10 – it’s time for a new HC – IMHO

  12. Marleysdad September 25, 2014 7:45 am


    Sign this guy up.

  13. DaveLetterMan September 25, 2014 7:50 am

    Morning Tsaikos!
    Great to hear that practice went well and all three QBs looked good. Hope they play as good or better than they practice. No “deer in the headlights” (as someone commented on BC the other day about Woolsey) at Rice.
    Go get’um Warriors!

  14. hatakeman September 25, 2014 7:51 am

    I remain optimistic Warriors can win on the road at Rice. The development of Keelan Ewaliko, Daniel Lewis, Duke Bukoski, etc. at the skill positions is really good news. I just hope Coach Chow can pull the trigger on the game plan by opening it up.

  15. Boolakanaka September 25, 2014 7:55 am

    Rice is certainly a winnable game. And not in some form of handicapped way…,I expect the bows to win this game, even on the road.

  16. jeezy33 September 25, 2014 8:05 am

    9. You actually don’t need to change the offense to implement triple option plays. I caught part of a Georgia southern game this year and you can run triple option from spread formations. I think it would be a great idea with 2 weeks to add some triple option from shotgun with woolsey at qb, lakalaka being option 1 at rb, and motion ewaliko for pitch option. Woolsey athletic enough to keep the ball if ewaliko covered. Also can implement a simple 1-2 read throw out of the option, if not there, take off and run.. not sure if any coaches chart throws, but I am willing to bet woolsey is more accurate on the run or rollout

  17. DaveLetterMan September 25, 2014 8:07 am

    Quote from Aaron Rodgers in today’s SA:
    “Five letters here, just for everybody out there in Packer land: R-E-L-A-X. Relax. We’re going to be OK.”
    Warrior land. Relax. We going be OK.

  18. NotNasti September 25, 2014 8:32 am

    If we had Aaron Rodgers as our qb, it would be a lot easier for everyone here to r-e-l-a-x.

  19. Warrior Dave September 25, 2014 8:37 am

    #18, so true!!!

  20. DaveLetterMan September 25, 2014 8:45 am

    I believe in our QBs and WRs. They are working hard at getting better. They know what they have to improve on and this bye week gives them the time to do just that.

  21. Ipu Man September 25, 2014 8:46 am

    Here’s a four letter Word for the team:
    H is for Hawaii
    O is for Offense
    P is for Points
    E is for Eruption, Explosion, etc. πŸ™‚

  22. Ipu Man September 25, 2014 8:48 am

    I hope Wideout Duke Bukoski gets a chance to play against Rice
    and scorch their defensive backs.

  23. DaveLetterMan September 25, 2014 8:54 am

    Nice one, ipu. Once the switch turns on for Woolsey, we will see an eruption. If he can make the throws in practice, he can make them in the games. He just needs to trust in his abilities.

  24. tom September 25, 2014 9:02 am


    Did Reilly get many snaps yesterday? Graham?

    Do I get moderated this AM for wishing everyone “Good Morning”?

  25. Andrew September 25, 2014 9:05 am


    Not sure if I remember correctly, but wasn’t a lot of Woolsey’s completions on that first drive in the Washington drive where they just marched down the field easily made on the rollouts?

  26. cocobean September 25, 2014 9:13 am

    Good article today by Stephen on the QBs. He pointed out Woolsey’s completion %aged is highest in the 1st Q and 2nd Q and lowest in the 4th and 3rd. How does one read this stat?

    In the 1st HI usually comes out in attack mode running new plays and formations that they have not shown before. That might explain why Woolsey’s % is highest then. From there it drop’s with each successive Q. Why?

    Is Woolsey getting tighter as the game goes along? Are receivers playing tighter as the game goes along? Is the play calling getting tighter? Has the defense made adjustments to neutralize what UH is trying to do? Or is it the defense is playing Larry Price ball using their physical superiority to cancel UH’s theories?

  27. jeezy33 September 25, 2014 9:14 am

    25. Exactly. Eventually teams will adjust. That’s where misdirection, counters, reverses, screens to opposite side of roll out come in to play. But forcing Woolsey to play in the pocket at 5-11 seeing over 6-3+ linemen is kinda stupid. Johnny football wasnt asked to do it and struggles now learning to. His strengths were improvising and scrambling.

  28. Inyoface. September 25, 2014 9:16 am

    Would be nice to see some package plays maybe. June used Withy-Allen in certain 1-yard red zone situations for a qb sneak.

  29. jeezy33 September 25, 2014 9:16 am

    26. Simple answer. Defenses adjust. Just like our defense does. They get a feel for our routes and jam us eventually.. try to make Hawaii beat us in the pocket where we struggle.

  30. nutmegger September 25, 2014 9:37 am

    In this morning’s SA article on UH tuition mentioned Lassner asking BOR for $3 million to cover athletic’s shortfall next year. Said only the top tier teams are making enough money to pay for athletics.

  31. Shoko September 25, 2014 9:43 am

    This is the first time I heard the name Austin Slade-Matautia . I don’t seem to recall that name ever being brought up on this blog.

    Oregon runs a triple option play they call the straddle(d) option if not mistaken. A play that usually attacks either the inside and outside zone depending on the read. Pretty effective play.

  32. (Jesse)James September 25, 2014 9:44 am

    Good Morning Tsaikos!!! Hope everyone has a great day!!!

    Nice to see the young ‘uns getting reps. Hopefully, people step up and make the difference and be the spark the O needs to get things going.


    Keep at it boys. Remember, the game is one of inches…

  33. cocobean September 25, 2014 9:52 am

    #26. Knew I was throwing out softballs to hit. What should UH do? Remember early in Chow’s first season he often said play calling is like a chess match with moves and counter moves. That that was his favorite part of the game. Do you see the adjustments he’s making because in his mind he is making some

  34. cocobean September 25, 2014 9:54 am

    #33. should be for #29. BTW Jeezy I’m not disputing your opinion.

  35. tom-warriornation September 25, 2014 10:10 am

    Thanks Jeezy for your confirmation on my suggestion. I, as many do, look forward to your insightful knowledge and passion for the UH Football program!

  36. tom-warriornation September 25, 2014 10:20 am

    yes; we should really take advantage of Woolsey’s running ability somehow with that triple option package that Jeezy mentioned.

  37. Tempmanoa September 25, 2014 10:34 am

    Most of the spread teams you see on TV– the ones that run a lot like Mariota at Oregon– are based on the option– double, triple, read, and even a lot of the old veer, and virtually all their plays– even pass– are option. You can see Oregon, Arizona, Ohio State, Auburn, and many other spread offenses do the option with four wides and QB in shotgun with one back using the slots and the running back in the option. A lot of the plays are identical to what Navy runs and what Paul Johnson runs. But option is very hard to coach if you are not an expert– tiny details are everything. Maybe our RB coach who was with Army, and Chow who ran the pistol, and Wynn who ran option, know enough to start putting in a few plays.

  38. Tempmanoa September 25, 2014 10:36 am

    If you want another example of option mixed with spread and run and shoot, look at June’s offense– Sean Withy Allen running option, Brandon Satcher running option, and Tyler Graunke running option the whole first half vs USC.

  39. islandman September 25, 2014 11:01 am

    #27 — The roster says Woolsey is 6′ 1″, not 5′ 11″ . Graham is 6′ 5″ and Beau is 6′ 6″ .

  40. KdaGreat September 25, 2014 11:05 am

    #21- There will be no HOPE…without Execution.

  41. A-House September 25, 2014 11:11 am

    you guys crack me up with all your recommended “methods” to get the “O”, and I don’t mean Oregon, to become more effective if not entertaining

    relax cuz it aint goin to happon – not with Chow and a rookie QB and WR coaches – you’re not coaches, but students of the game with great ideas to make UH a more entertaining team and hopefully a “winning team,” some day – hope it happens in my life time

    IIRC, back in the 70’s, UH did not have any *** players, but they worked hard and could put the hurt on BCS teams like Oklahoma, USC, etc. who visited Hawaii in Decembers past – was it the players and /or coaches that made the difference compared to today?

  42. NotNasti September 25, 2014 11:15 am


    Jeezy is talking actual height, not roster height. It’s called “height inflation” most prevalent in athletics.

  43. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 11:16 am

    If you want to implement some kind of triple option package (btw, who here knows what the triple option offense is, the blocking schemes, and the basic conceptual philosophy of the triple option?), it’s probably best to implement these packages in training camp, where you can drill and practice the concepts, versus dumping in a few plays during the bye week and pray you don’t screw it up. It’s not a simple matter of “well, georgia southern runs some option plays (when in reality, their ENTIRE offensive identity is the option. it’s what they’re good at and what they practice). woolsey can run. why not run the option next week?”

    But hey, the way UH’s offense is executing, what would be the difference?

  44. Shoko September 25, 2014 11:17 am

    27. Two-inch rule in effect?

    40. That’s true. That involves the coaches to teach it, all 11 players to execute it and a whole lot of practice.

  45. cocobean September 25, 2014 11:22 am

    HI is running pro set and west coast plays out of the spread especially when they have a TE and Hback in at the same time. The priority in play calling seems to be move the chains, sustain drives and eventually score. A very low risk approach.
    On one hand we aren’t turning the ball over as often as last year and we already have a win. Many others have given their opinion on what the other hand is including me. Don’t want to keep repeating myself about what I think HI should do to improve point production so I’ll refrain for now.

  46. NotNasti September 25, 2014 11:23 am

    Shoko: Two inch rule, correct. Eg., Julian Gener is NOT 5’11”. It doesn’t mean he cannot play though.

  47. Da Punchbowl Kid September 25, 2014 11:28 am

    Good Morning Gangeez! πŸ˜‰

    Some talented guys on the depth charts – good to see them getting a nice look this week. Always seem to be a couple of hidden gems on the roster, lets hope they start to shine real quick!


  48. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 11:28 am

    cocobean: idk this for certain, because it’s not like i charted out all of UH’s offensive plays from the first 4 games or whatever, but i’d be willing to bet money that a majority of UH’s plays aren’t running out of the the pro-set formation.

  49. Derek September 25, 2014 11:37 am

    A 60 yard scoring pass, to a Tight End. That’s pretty good. When was the last time you saw that at UH? Give Beau Reilly and David Manoa some props. Give em more reps. At this point, coach, what do you have to lose? Your job? If it ain’t working on offense, change em!

  50. Da Punchbowl Kid September 25, 2014 11:42 am

    Beau Riley is intriguing to say the least. Looks like a good runner and passer. We’ll see…

  51. jimmy the lock September 25, 2014 11:44 am

    Game of inches and 2″ rule…any guy feel inadequate?


    Going be talking about rice for a long time. May as well make pork fried rice.

    Funny how many see the Warrior offense as boring. I wonder how the Warrior coaching staff, or any other coaching staff for that matter, portrays the Warrior offense? Exciting? Big play or score on every play? Uncharacteristic? Unpredictable? Quick hitting? Explosive? Sheesh, how do you game plan for that offense? Must be long nights in the film room dissecting.

    No matter, whatever, it is what it is, no can do anything at this point, que sera sera, move forward…almost lunch time.

  52. cocobean September 25, 2014 11:54 am

    #48. I not saying they’re running plays out of the pro set formation. I said they were running pro set and west coast plays out of the spread formation. Runs between the tackles short passes to the wides or maybe a slant to the wides. The slot running short over the middle or looking to block a LB. The TE as the 6th blocker or a chip then go into a pattern. Hback as a lead blocker or pass protector and an occasion swing pass catcher. Occasional QB roll. More elements of a traditional offense than a higher risk spread option attacking offense.

  53. 808WarriorFan September 25, 2014 11:58 am

    There is an “expression” in boxing and it’s a “Gym Fighter”. A “Gym Fighter” is a boxer who looks great in the gym but doesn’t transfer it to his match and loses. By what ST is saying our football team is a bunch of “Gym Fighters”…they look good in practice but can’t deliver on Saturday. What few passes IW has been on target to his receivers, a lot have been dropped. OK so if Bukoski looked good then give him a chance. IW has had 4 games in which to improve and it hasn’t happened. I say craft a game plan around TG’s talents and turn him loose. This is our last “pre-season” game before MWC play so give it a chance. What do we have to lose besides another game and maybe we’ll find out more from this team ???

  54. haka September 25, 2014 12:01 pm

    Heaven forbid the criticism if we start laying the rock on the turf running a triple option package. It may work, but I just think a little creativity to what we run now and/or personnel changes would suffice instead of making any drastic changes. We should concentrate on what we do, but do it better. Block better, run better, throw better and quite simply, catch the ball. We are close to earning a victory. To a man, coaches and players, we just need to start executing…for an entire game. IMO

  55. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 12:03 pm

    cocobean: one of the biggest misconceptions is this whole “pro-set offense” people keep talking about. there’s no such thing. there’s a “PRO-STYLE” offense (which is what norm chow technically runs). pro-set is a specific football formation with split tailbacks normally in a pro-style offense (although some/most pro-style offenses don’t use pro-set as their base formation).

  56. DaveLetterMan September 25, 2014 12:15 pm

    Haka –

  57. DaveLetterMan September 25, 2014 12:15 pm

    Thumbs up, Haka.

  58. cocobean September 25, 2014 12:20 pm

    #54. You summed up more or less what I have been saying with a lot fewer words

  59. SteveM September 25, 2014 12:23 pm

    I was looking up Paul Johnson’s option offense at Hawaii and Navy when I was linked to this reference of the triple option: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triple_option

    Caption under a photo: “The Paul Johnson-concocted version of the triple option utilizing a quarterback, two slotbacks, a fullback, and two wide receivers.”

    Hmmm. Nostalgic fans will recall that Paul Johnson’s offense under Bob Wagner finally gave use victories over BYU. Lopsided victories. πŸ™‚

  60. cocobean September 25, 2014 12:30 pm

    4-prong. I think you’re misunderstanding what I’m trying to say. I’m characterizing the plays not the formation. Most of the plays UH is running now could also be run from under center. The philosophy is similar – establish the run, move the chains. You can win games by winning field position.

  61. bowwar September 25, 2014 12:34 pm

    ST: I guess you must be watching something different…If Daniel Lewis is running well and with conviction, then he obviously needs to be moved to safety, because we don’t want anyone to overachieve out there. If Woolsey starts to actually appear comfortable in the pocket and pass with accuracy, we should move him to the end of the bench. Likewise, I bet Bukoski doing well in practice means he gets to sit on the pine during game time.

    It looks like we’re obviously not assessing the practices like a real coach…

    Oh well, we’ll see what our team’s record is at the end of the season…What’s troubling is that I don’t see improvement offensively as we have seen defensively since the first game. If we see improvement, we know that both coaches and players are on the same page.

  62. bowwar September 25, 2014 12:37 pm

    Is it too late to say, “Sorry Mac, please come back?”

  63. cocobean September 25, 2014 12:38 pm

    #59. I don’t know if you remember but when he first came in Johnson’s offense was labeled a run and shoot offense. By then the wishbone and veer had run it’s course. The offense was sold as combining the option with a strong passing element. Was said depending on the game they could run 40-50times a game or just as well throw 40-50 times.

  64. Andrew September 25, 2014 12:48 pm


    Why would you want him back? He’s a nice guy and all and he really cared about the program, but besides a few players, he was not a very good recruiter.

  65. Kapahulu September 25, 2014 12:59 pm

    This article is from the Star Advertiser’s online front page.
    It is written by the Associated Press, and should have national exposure.
    It is a little long, but for us Rainbow Warrior Fans worth reading.
    The country is starting to find out about Scott Harding.

    BOULDER, Colo. >>Scott Harding’s ability to roll out of the pocket either to his left or right has defenders on edge each week, because they’ve rarely encountered anything quite like this.

    Not from a punter, anyway.

    The 28-year-old former Australian Rules Football player turned Hawaii punter/receiver/punt returner has brought his unique style to Honolulu, making fourth down especially entertaining.

    Harding dances around on punts, waiting for his coverage to sprint downfield. He’ll either scramble to his right to boot the ball or glide over to his left, since he’s just as adept with either foot.

    Then there’s always this possibility: The senior faking a punt and running down the field as if he were a midfielder back in Brisbane, playing that other version of football.

    “With what he can do, he’s made me think outside the box, made me be very creative,” said Rainbow Warriors special teams coordinator Chris Demarest, whose squad has a bye this weekend before playing at Rice on Oct 4. “He’s such an anomaly.”

    Punters who double as punt returners and receivers don’t come around that often. Harding is just as sure-handed as he is sure-footed, which he attributes to his days of playing Aussie Rules football, a sport similar to rugby in which players move the ball down the pitch in an attempt to kick the ball between posts.

    Harding was originally drafted by the Brisbane Lions in 2005 and played five seasons for the club. After being cut, he was drafted again by Port Adelaide, where he spent one more season before ending his career.

    Soon after, some friends suggested Harding get in contact with Hawaii. After all, the Rainbow Warriors already had fellow Aussie Alex Dunnachie punting for them.

    “So I sent some film over of me playing Australian football,” said Harding, who began his career at Hawaii in 2011. “I guess they liked what they saw.”

    Enough to develop an entire special teams scheme around him after Demarest saw Harding messing around at practice one day, showing off his punting prowess with each foot.

    “I asked Scott, ‘Can you do that all the time?’ He’s like, ‘Yeah, Coach. I can do whatever you want,'” Demarest said.

    Demarest retreated to his office, where he began inventing ways to take advantage of his ambidextrous punter. Opposing teams now have to designate a chunk of practice time to prepare for Harding’sunorthodox style. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Harding is averaging 42.1 yards this season, simply because his end-over-end punts just keep rolling and rolling, with returners fearful of trying to scoop them up.

    “I hear time and time again from other coaches just how many problems Scott causes their punt return team,” Demarest said.

    Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre was certainly thinking about Harding before his team’s 21-12 win last weekend over Hawaii. He’s never seen anyone like Harding — a punter with the durability to also return punts.

    “That’s a very intriguing story for me to see that,” MacIntyre said.

    Harding has a 10.1-yard average on 13 punt returns. He’s also caught 10 passes for 146 yards.

    And he doesn’t mind the contact, especially since he’s so well protected in American football.

    “The one good thing about here is you can get lit up, but it doesn’t hurt because of all the pads you have on,” said Harding, who was named the Mountain West special teams player of the week for Sept. 15 after setting a career-high in punts (11) and punt returns (7) in a win over Northern Iowa.

    Still, he gets hit a bit on punts, because once he leaves the pocket, he’s fair game even if his leg is extended.

    “I’m kind of used to it,” said Harding, who has 105 career punts — 35 inside the 20 yard line — along with 92 catches and 76 punt returns. “Sometimes they can beat me up a little bit after the punt, but that’s just part of it.”

    His style of punting, though, doesn’t translate to the NFL. In college, players can leave once the ball is snapped. On the pro level, just the wide outs can release.

    Still, Demarest believes there’s a spot for Harding on the next level, if some forward-thinking NFL team is willing to find creative ways to use him.

    “I’ve been doing this for 27 years, up and down the East Coast, all over the place, and he has the surest hands of any guy I’ve had as a punt returner,” Demarest said. “I hope someone gives him an opportunity, just so he can show what he can do.”

  66. Tempmanoa September 25, 2014 1:01 pm

    Just thinking what might have been with our offense– too late for the option now. Any change in offense will take a new offensive coordinator that knows how to run the system and put it in. Great if Beau becomes a third backup QB for us, because I don’t think anyone that knows him thinks he will be a division 1 quarterback, but they think he can build into a linebacker– noting his brother. One of the guys who scouted him does not see him as a QB. He is not even a quarterback on the scout team. But stranger good things have happened.

  67. Shoko September 25, 2014 1:11 pm

    Nice write-up on Harding. Hopefully, the exposure created by this story will reach the committee responsible for naming a player to the Paul Hornung Award. I would say Harding is more versatile than other players that won the award.

    Beam ’em up, Scotty!

  68. Hank September 25, 2014 1:12 pm

    Daniel Lewis back to safety…makes sense. I liked him at rb too. What’s up with the indecision?

  69. Kapahulu September 25, 2014 1:13 pm

    Actually, I think Scott Harding is probably worth the price of admission all by himself. He is one player that we are going to really miss when he is gone.
    Let us all appreciate and enjoy him while we still have him here with us.
    There is probably not another player like him in the whole country!
    I for one, am so glad that he is on our side!

  70. tom-warriornation September 25, 2014 1:13 pm

    Hawaii-Rice live on DirectTV Channel 665 (Comcast Sportsnet) for the SF Bay Area next Saturday 4pm PST.

    Is it on DirectTV in Hawaii; and what channels do you have it where you live?


  71. Kanak September 25, 2014 1:15 pm

    Enjoy all the convo about offensive formations and plays. While I don’t expect Chow to switch to full-on spread option, I wonder why they don’t employ some simple form of the zone read. This would at least give the threat of Woolsey running and may freeze the DB just enough for Kemp/Barker/Pedroza to gain some room on a bubble screen or short slant. Need ways to get Woolsey in the game via runs and easy completions…

  72. A-House September 25, 2014 1:17 pm

    any take notice that the past 3 opponents also have their punter, sometimes, do a Scott Harding punting style?

    Colorado did it on almost every punt, but with 3 blockers in front.

    and, what hurts the most is that Colorado actually ran for a 1st down on a punt because there were NO UH players near – didn’t see it cause we were already going to our bus.

  73. Kanak September 25, 2014 1:28 pm

    And to think Harding was even more valuable and versatile prior, when he actually played offense and was a bonafide target (found ways to get open, sure hands). Now he doesn’t take as many snaps on O because… We need him to punt???

  74. Derek September 25, 2014 1:31 pm

    If Chow doesn’t return next year, and intrigue choice is Ken Niumatalolo if he wants to return to Hawaii. Another is Ivan Jasper who is the offensive coordinator under Niumatalolo at Navy. If have to say that under Paul Johnson, the UH offense could move that ball, especially on the ground and if you have an accurate passer you could make a lot of yards passing as well, i.e. Darrack Branch, Dan McArthur, Jeff Sydner, etc. Gabriel didn’t always throw spirals, but he was accurate enough and a decent runner. Michael Carter was excellent running that offense on the ground.
    And, did you know, Paul Johnson doesn’t have a clipboard with all the plays. He has it in his head and knows his offense frontward and backward. Just a thought!

  75. jeezy33 September 25, 2014 1:41 pm

    No disrespect to Scott Harding but the less I have to see him punt, the happier I’ll be.

  76. cocobean September 25, 2014 1:52 pm

    Derek, I know that you know Kenny makes over 1 million plus a year. Home town discount?

  77. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 1:55 pm

    cocobean: i really do get what you’re trying to say. and I don’t necessarily disagree. I’m just saying that using the term “pro-set” in any way other than what it actually is (an offensive football formation with split backs) is confusing and weird. it’s like saying that june jones ran the “shotgun offense.” You could say that i’m just quibbling over semantics or whatever, but in the context of football, those terms have specific meanings.

    kanak: doesn’t UH already have some zone read plays with woolsey? I remember them doing it last year (with taylor graham, of all people) and some this season.

  78. Shoko September 25, 2014 1:58 pm

    You know what’s interesting (and sad at the same time) is that Harding is ranked first in the number of punts (34) and average number of punts per game (8.5) in the nation.

  79. cocobean September 25, 2014 2:01 pm

    #77. point noted.

  80. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 2:03 pm

    cocobean: actually, so i read what you wrote again. so maybe you’re saying “he’s running plays that are ran in a pro-set formation in a spread type formation.” which, okay, that makes sense i guess. but usually the plays run out of a pro-set formation depends on the offensive philosophy that your team has. I’m sure you can use run and shoot concepts out of the pro-set. or plays out of the pro-set using west coast offense vs plays out of that formation using air raid or don coryell.

    blah. whatever. this point isn’t that important anyway.

  81. Andrew September 25, 2014 2:08 pm


    Why would Paul Johnson want to leave Georgia Tech, a power-5 conference school, and take a big pay cut to come to Hawaii?

  82. al September 25, 2014 2:11 pm

    SHOCK and AWE

    Shocked at the fact that this 2 week break is not used to open up the qb competition

    Awe (or auwe) at the fact that Daniel Lewis shows flashes of brilliance on offense (our weakness) and yet goes back to defense.

    Sorry for my rare rant. But, hey….what can I say?

    …nuff said!

  83. al September 25, 2014 2:12 pm

    Andrew…he likes to surf?

  84. al September 25, 2014 2:14 pm

    Shook…agreed. It is not a ranking that the team is proud of. All it says is that our offense must pathetic.

  85. kawika49 September 25, 2014 2:18 pm

    If receivers can’t hold on to a ball. No gain.
    If blockers can’t drive through a defender. No gain.
    Forget all the fancy dancy.
    It, is a matter of execution, precision and penetration.

  86. al September 25, 2014 2:19 pm

    Derek…niumatololo and Johnson make multi millions per year. I don’t see that happening.

  87. jimmy the lock September 25, 2014 2:21 pm

    Good to see early Christmas wishes.

  88. al September 25, 2014 2:21 pm

    Hank…indecision these days seem to be the norm.

  89. al September 25, 2014 2:27 pm

    Kawika49… That’s what she said.

  90. al September 25, 2014 2:28 pm

    Bowar…wins the joke of the day.

  91. kawika49 September 25, 2014 2:29 pm

    #89 Yeah I know; but caliber counts.

  92. Kapahulu September 25, 2014 2:36 pm

    Hawaii Team Stats:
    FBS Ranking Offense Defense
    Rushing 149.0 (84th) 127.8 (39th)
    Passing 205.8 (87th) 253.5 (81st)
    Overall 97th 62nd

  93. cocobean September 25, 2014 2:45 pm

    #85. Execution and precision involves all eleven doing what they’re suppose to be doing with the right timing. No breakdown in technique or mental errors by anyone.
    Hard to do but achievable. You are talking about both sides of the ball, right?

  94. Phatdawg September 25, 2014 3:07 pm

    These UH Quarterbacks are like me and golf. When I practice at the driving range I hit it like I should be on the PGA tour. But when I’m on the course, I have no control to where that golf ball is going.

  95. cocobean September 25, 2014 3:24 pm

    How important is rapport between QB and receiver? You hear it all the time from NFL analysts and what do they mean by rapport. Like when they say “so and missed most of training camp and hasn’t had much time to develop rapport with all the new receivers.”

  96. Ralph September 25, 2014 3:35 pm

    To much frustration? Come out to the UH athletic complex this Saturday from 8 to noon and put in some sweat equity in helping spruce up the place, a little physical activity should help in relieving your stress, and the upside, a cleaner complex will show a little more pride in the place.

    Our Rainbow Wahine softball team, fans, supporters, and boosters will be cleaning, scrubbing, and doing some general painting from 8 to noon at the RWSS. Come out and join us in investing in our hale at the RWSS this Saturday, your help is welcomed.

  97. 808WarriorFan September 25, 2014 3:35 pm

    #62 (“bowwar”)…I agree !!!!!


  98. Mytake September 25, 2014 3:40 pm

    The problem is QB’S can’t wear their red jerseys during the game. And we all know that’s a difference maker.

  99. Andrew September 25, 2014 3:40 pm

    I hope I’m not the only one that would not want coach Mack back as a head coach…I’d like to see the blog archive of the days when people on this blog were calling for his head and saying what a horrible job he was doing.

  100. Mytake September 25, 2014 3:42 pm

    The problem is the QB’s can’t wear their red jerseys during the game. We all know that’a difference maker.

  101. Andrew September 25, 2014 3:52 pm


    Probably why Coach Wynn has said Woolsey looks great in practice and but then it doesn’t translate to the actual game.

  102. kawika49 September 25, 2014 3:57 pm

    #93 Not so much on defense, as they need to adapt, like a Jazz musician. Oddly, on Offense they need to impose their will, and know where they need to be, to make it work.

  103. kawika49 September 25, 2014 4:00 pm

    It may be counterintuitive ; But in this case, offense is using defense against itself and defense need to be more careful as not to be over aggressive and put them out of position.

  104. BigWave96744 September 25, 2014 4:17 pm

    Anyone who wishes to see Mack coming back to coach at any level, at any school had better but down their Gennie Bottle. Mack was a great guy and awesome DC, but his coaching days are over and we should all pray that the “Mutha” is doing well with Heather and the family.

  105. Inyoface September 25, 2014 4:44 pm

    Reilly is 6’6″? Got damn.

  106. Inyoface September 25, 2014 4:50 pm

    Come on ‘Skins.

  107. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 5:15 pm

    Mytake: pretty much every single football team in college football and EVERY team in the nfl (and probably high school too) uses the orange/red “don’t hit me” jerseys for the quarterback. The jerseys aren’t the problem.

  108. NorthShoreFan September 25, 2014 5:15 pm

    #99 Andrew…some times guys are good practice players. No pressure. When the lights come on and it’s live action, they may tense up. Me thinks if Ikaika can ease up and relax and have fun out there we’ll see a totally different player. He’s a great athlete.

  109. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 5:33 pm

    Good evening, Tsai-kos!

    Came back to say:

    Happy Birthdays to BigWave96744 and Hiflyer!

    Happy Birthday to you,
    Happy Birthday to you,
    Happy Birthday Dear BigWaveDave and Hiflyer…
    Happy Birthday to you both oooooo!!!

    Hope you both had a very wonderful birthday day!!! πŸ˜€

  110. Kifi September 25, 2014 5:42 pm

    Year: Point Diff. (Avg, pts. UH/ Opp.)

    2014 – 3.8 points (21.2/25.0)
    2013 – 11.4 points (27.4/38.8)
    2012 – 14.5 points (21.2/35.7)

    Notice the point differential for the Warriirs so far this season compared to Chow’s first two years at Hawaii. Defense has improved dramatically whereas offense has reverted back to their original productivity. I really don’t think that the offense needs a major change other than to improve fundamentally and in exceution. Doesn’t matter if you run the flexbone, pro style, spread option, pistol, or zone read. None will be successful without exceution. Everything that Hawaii needs to do can be done within the offense that is already being run. I believe the key to the success of the offense will be to allow Jordan Wynn to run it entirely, without interference from the head coach. Wynn will be able to put the defense in conflict with constant pressure in all areas of the field width wise and length wise. Conflict with execution will be the key to success. Will they run, will they pass? Is it jet sweep or a fake and a dive into B gap? Will they throw the bubble screen or fake it and hit the go route? Will they run the inside zone B, outside zone, or QB keep to the backside C? Conflict is the key, no matter what system is used.

  111. Kifi September 25, 2014 5:44 pm

    #107 – agree NSF.

  112. Darren September 25, 2014 5:55 pm

    As some football guru would always say…Do it right, do it 100%.

  113. Darren September 25, 2014 5:56 pm

    Did al suddenly change the way that he types??

  114. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 5:58 pm

    107 NSF:

    Too bad we cannot hang out at the practice field to make lots distraction noises and get them all more comfortable with audiences hehe

  115. NorthShoreFan September 25, 2014 6:14 pm

    UHfan808…well they used to try and play loud music…but then…

    Anyhoo, game conditions are a totally different thing from practice. No matter if it’s a scrimmage or not.
    Another thing is all our qb’s are for all intent and purpose, freshmen. Ikaika now has the most game experience. It would have been nice to see Jeremy get into the rotation but now he’ll become a great coach. I really think so.

  116. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 6:16 pm


    use nothing but good, confident, solid, monkey..(no…) ape…(no…) gorilla…(no…) yeah: KING KONG-GODZILLA-kine wrap ups

    hold on to the ball no matter what

    scramble and ramble

    if they’re in the way, zig and zag to get out of the way… and zag and zig in and out and …all over the place

    block everything and anything for dear life

    chase down everything and anything for dear life

    intimately feeling timing is everything

    follow through for everything

    attempt to steal anything that’s the shape and color of a pigskin

    …and just be sure to complete *everything* according to regulation

  117. Tempmanoa September 25, 2014 6:19 pm

    If you played or coached football on any level and if you watch it played carefully, you gain an understanding of offenses and how they work– if you were here for JJ and for Paul Johnson and Chow, then you would have learned a lot. I think those coaches, as well as many of the most successful college teams today, spread the defense and make it harder for the defense to defend a small area of the field– like they do to us– Colorado said they put 8 in the box. That is not spreading the defense. Having tight end, and especially a tight end next to the tackle is not spreading it out like having 4 receivers does (a tight end could be one of those 4 receivers like Clark Evans was last year when we ran 4). Spread things out and run the right plays and you give offensive players more space and time to execute.

  118. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 6:29 pm

    114 NSF:

    Yeah, I remember that. Is that the same thing?

    They played loud relaxing music during Pa’ina but maybe that wasn’t aggressive enough

    I went to practice marching band flags routines at UH and also a private studio where there are students and faculty walking all around. After a few months, we decided to try practicing at couple parks. First day I got seriously nerjous. Couldn’t believe why. Curious adults stopped what they were watching (in the park) to watch us; little girls and boys too made their mommies and daddies stop (walking) to watch our bright colored flags spinning. After about an hour, I got more comfortable and started to remember the routines more readily lol After that first time, we kept going to the park (and different ones) and I am finally at the point where people walking by paying attention and not paying attention no longer matter much even if they stop to watch for a few minutes. Now I know to just smile but also to remember to remember what I’m supposed to be concentrating on. Felt mento but I somehow learned a lot. (hehe guess I really am quiet and shy)

  119. SteveM September 25, 2014 6:31 pm

    September 25, 2014 at 5:56 pm
    Did al suddenly change the way that he types??

    Blame technology…

    RE: #113
    UHfan808 — that might help if you had a closer resemblance to a speedy 300 lb. defensive lineman. πŸ™‚

  120. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 6:36 pm

    Thank you to everyone who posts links to stories and videos here

    I get a real kick out of reading and watching them πŸ˜€

    My apologies that I don’t always post my thanks

  121. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 6:40 pm

    118 SteveM:

    hehe yeah, I wonder if that’s ever something one gets used to

    always gotta be on one’s toes anticipating their every move

    must have feely things on back of neck.. or some extrasensory nerves or esp!

    hey, I think they used to say that about Colt!

  122. mo808 September 25, 2014 7:00 pm

    Good evening, folks!

    UHfan808, you rock RB Warrior football girl! I believe they are and will pull it together over Rice! Making Chi Chi Dango!

  123. oneseason September 25, 2014 7:18 pm

    Times gone bye while awaiting the Rice Owls
    Position coaching staff 2011 and 2014 (best & hopefully mostly accurate attempt with UH Athletics website info)

    Head Coach: Greg McMackin, Norm Chow
    Offensive Coordinator: Nick Rolovich, Jordan Wynn
    Quarterbacks: Nick Rolovich, Jordan Wynn
    Receivers: Mouse Davis, Luke Matthews
    Running Backs: Brian Smith, Wayne Moses
    Offensive Line: Gordon Shaw, Chris Naeole
    Defensive Coordinator: Dave Aranda, Kevin Clune
    Safeties: Rich Miano, Chris Demarest
    Linebackers: Tony Tuioti, Kurt Gouveia
    Secondary: Rich Miano, Daronte’ Jones
    Defensive Line: Dave Aranda, Lewis Powell
    Defensive Ends: Cal Lee, Lewis Powell
    Special Teams Coordinator: Dick Tomey, Chris Demarest

  124. oneseason September 25, 2014 7:19 pm

    Times gone bye while awaiting the Rice Owls
    Position coaching staff 2011 and 2014 (best & hopefully mostly accurate attempt with UH Athletics website info)

    Head Coach: Greg McMackin, Norm Chow
    Offensive Coordinator: Nick Rolovich, Jordan Wynn
    Quarterbacks: Nick Rolovich, Jordan Wynn
    Receivers: Mouse Davis, Luke Matthews
    Running Backs: Brian Smith, Wayne Moses
    Offensive Line: Gordon Shaw, Chris Naeole
    Defensive Coordinator: Dave Aranda, Kevin Clune
    Safeties: Rich Miano, Chris Demarest
    Linebackers: Tony Tuioti, Kurt Gouveia
    Secondary: Rich Miano, Daronte’ Jones
    Defensive Line: Dave Aranda, Lewis Powell
    Defensive Ends: Cal Lee, Lewis Powell
    Special Teams Coordinator: Dick Tomey, Chris Demarest

  125. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 7:28 pm

    my favorite defensive coordinator at UH was actually jerry glanville for that one year. dennis mcknight on special teams was also a boss.

  126. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 7:36 pm

    Okay, on to versus Rice football.

    I really don’t care to rehash and reiterate the same who should coach over and over and over and over…amen

    What they’re saying about us AND those rice peoples:

  127. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 7:38 pm

    Hey mo808!

    I am hoping for chi chi dango, too!

    Warriors must work hard in order to enjoy a good nom nom nom!!!

  128. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 7:39 pm

    (It’s mostly about the rice peoples)

  129. AlaWai September 25, 2014 7:39 pm

    IMHO we need to take the air out of the football. Slow down to a snails pace and milk every second off the clock. Boring? Yes. But if winning is the goal, then run fewer plays of quality. We don’t have the depth to operate no huddle. We do have the boys to go mano-a-mano for a set number of plays. We offer very little surprises and opponents are adjusting to what ever we do in the 2nd half. Our D. has been stout and slowing down gives them more breathers and keeps the oppositions plays to a lesser number. If we can keep scores close, it gives us a better chance at a 2nd half turnover and our K a chance for a FG. Maybe this can be our second half adjustment. Up till now Speed Kills.

  130. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 7:42 pm

    I like 128

  131. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 7:46 pm

    Hey, do you guys play this Pro Team Jack-In-The-Box Pick ‘Em game?

    It says there are weekly prizes.

    Saw Robert Kekaula’s photo and pick ranking the other day.


  132. UHfan808 September 25, 2014 7:57 pm

    What CU said about UH before game:


    And what was said about last year’s Warrior’s 2013 record:


  133. Bryson September 25, 2014 8:02 pm

    I don’t get why everyone was in love with Glanville’s Defense sure they were physical and hard hitting but statistically they gave up a ton of yards and weren’t ranked that high…In comparison Mack’s defenses were pretty stout and improved each season….And when we talk about WAC Titles Hawaii Won 3 That Mack was a part of

  134. A-House September 25, 2014 8:06 pm

    a very close Niumatalolo family friend, before the Navy game, told us that Kenny had already told Navy the 2014 or 2015 season would be his last year coaching at Navy – reason, he wanted to return to Hawaii

    coincidently, their son, a 6’2″ 245# MLB is a junior this year and was named to the All Metro football team last year.

    jus sayin

  135. Darren September 25, 2014 8:13 pm

    133. I’ve always wondered how 2006 would have gone if we had Coach Mack’s defense a year earlier.

  136. Norm Beter September 25, 2014 8:16 pm

    Coach didn’t open up the qb position during our bye week. Remember Chow’s 1st year? Nearly everbody thought Shrouder (sp?) Was having a horrible year but coach stuck with him. Just the way he coaches. Also the team and coaches had 4 weeks of fall camp before the 1st game. I don’t think coach will drastically change anything now. It was reported that Duke was good in fall camp but couldn,t make catches by dropping too many passes. Glad he is making them now. We sure could use the help at wr.

  137. Derek September 25, 2014 8:27 pm

    If Kenny coaches at UH it won’t because of the money. He wants to return and live in Hawaii. But, because of his record as a coach he would probably get a salary of at least $700-$750 thousand at Hawaii. I’m not promoting him, I’m saying if he gets the job at UH if the job is open. He’s certainly qualified. I also think a lot of coaches might be interested in the job, such has Rolovich, Dino Babers, Brian Norwood, Jeff Ulbrich, and the UCLA OL coach and former UH tackle, who’s name escapes right now who is a terrific recruiter.

  138. Norm Beter September 25, 2014 8:30 pm

    Ala wai #129. It seems that is what coach is doing now, milking the clock by playing conservitive, but seems like 95o/o of the time, their running plays consist of running up the middle. Did anyone else know after the UH interception taken to the 7 yard line, we were going to run it up the middle on 1st down even though Colorado was stacking the box? Being too predictable makes it easier to defend. That seems elememtary.

  139. 4-Prong September 25, 2014 8:38 pm

    Glanville’s defense wasn’t the best, but it got better from his first year in 2005, and was middle of the pack nationally. He only stayed for two years though, but if anything, the defense was entertaining to watch.

  140. Inyoface September 25, 2014 8:46 pm

    I thought Josh Long was going to be an impact.

  141. Inyoface September 25, 2014 8:47 pm

    Reilly could be a Nick Foles or Kaepernick type of QB with that height and build.

  142. cocobean September 25, 2014 8:52 pm

    Kifi, Tempmanoa and Ala Wai. Three different viewpoints each sounds reasonable enough. One says keep the O just execute better, another says add another formation to spread/loosen the defense and yet another says run more play time of possession and field position no need hurry up.

    Now for my inane take….Ala Wai is the ghost of Christmas Past saying look what has come before and find your solution here. Kifi is the ghost of Xmas present saying this is how it is the solution if right in front of us. Temp is the ghost of Xmas yet to come saying look at your miserable fate if you don’t change.

    The later in the day I post the more they don’t make sense to anyone but me.

  143. oneseason September 25, 2014 9:52 pm

    Expecting to learn from the past is not the same as expecting to return to it. This will be the 3rd match up against 5 MWC teams, and all 8 were played last year. This year’s MWC play doesn’t start until week 7. With 16 MWC games played in 2 years, and only one win against UNLV. Is at least 6 MWC wins and bowl eligibility unreasonable to expect?

    Nevada: L 24-69, L 9-31, 2014?
    San Diego State: L 14-52, L 21-28 OT, 2014?
    Colorado State: L 27-42, L 28-35, 2014?
    Fresno State: L 10-45, L 37-42, 2014?
    UNLV: W 48-10, L 37-39, 2014?
    San Jose State: “——“, L 27-37Β , 2014?
    Utah State: “——“, L 10-47, 2014?
    Wyoming: “——“, L 56-59, 2014?
    New Mexico: L 23-35, “——“, “——”
    Boise State: L 14-49, “——“, “——”
    Air Force: L 7-21, “——“, “——“

  144. cocobean September 25, 2014 10:28 pm

    #143. The optimist in me says 6 can do. The dreamer in me says why not win out and go 12-3.

  145. SteveM September 25, 2014 10:42 pm

    RE: #139
    4-prong — I agree. I remember Glanville came in and installed the 3-4, the big bag, and a lot of color for a guy dressed in black. There had to be personnel changes and some new learning. I recall the Jones & Glanville second best shtick was Jerry wanting to put players on waiver after great breakdowns and lapses. Jones would patiently explain to him that college ball didn’t work that way. Their best shtick was leaving tickets for Elvis at the box office when they were pro coaches.

    Some reports said that Glanville insisted that June Jones “draft”/recruit or trade for some players of his choice for defense. Not sure how that played out–perhaps ST can recall (and say). In any event, the defensive cupboard certainly was not bare when McMackin returned and implemented the 4-3 again in 2007.

  146. Abunai September 25, 2014 10:56 pm

    I know people here are mentioning Paul Johnson and Kenny Niumatalolo to be the next coach here. I can honestly say I wouldn’t want that. I don’t want triple option again. If we just throwing names out I want someone from the Baylor staff maybe Brian Norwood or even maybe Art Briles son Kendal Briles(he coaches passing game coordinator/receivers/off. Recruiting coordinator) or Babers. Just a little info on Kendal Briles he was B12 recruiter of the year in 2013 and 2014. With the 2014 recruiting class he was recognized by rivals, 247sports, and scout as recruiter of the year for the B12. I want someone young and energized. I know we can’t get him but I can hope right?

  147. Boolakanaka September 26, 2014 5:24 am

    Derek, Coco, et el….I spoke w Ken awhile back, indeed he does want to come home. However, the more crucial question is whether he wants to coach, and specifically does he want to coach at UH?

    Things to consider, while recruitment is certainly a challenge at NAVY, the yield is a highly intelligent, detail oriented, responsible and academically inclined student athlete. Which by way of either concidence or conscription, is a really nice fit for his system and brand of ball. As you might infer, what I’m alluding to, is that he would be dealing with an entirely different set of both institutional and player athlete narratives.

    At Navy, one does not think about how to feed and/or house your players–probably the farthest thing from his mind. Boosters??? There are none-accept if you count the US Treasury. People attending and passing classes- those who don’t go or don’t pass-are rare abberational outliers.

    Now, could he be successful here–most certainly, however, it’s not a seamless situation without its own transitional period.

  148. Stephen Tsai September 26, 2014 6:01 am

    Ding, ding, ding.
    Let’s all go to the new post: http://hawaiiwarriorworld.com/?p=24219

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