Chun makes travel squad

Talk about timely kicks.

Kenton Chun, who did not practice Tuesday because of tendinitis in his left  (non-kicking) knee, made several PATs without a miss today to earn a berth on the travel roster. The Warriors, scheduled to depart this afternoon, decided to wait until the final drill of practice to make a decision. Chun will handle PATs and field-goal attempts up to 40 yards. Tyler Hadden will handle kickoffs and long-range field-goal tries.

• While punt returner Scott Harding was being treated for a bruised foot, Tank Hopkins practiced as the punt returner. Harding should be well enough to play against Idaho.

• David Graves and Shane Austin are now “bracketed” as the No 2 quarterback behind Bryant Moniz.

• Terence Bell is no longer on the team.

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At the end of every practice, long-time UH associate Guy Antti plays catch with safety Richard Torres:


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Quarterbacks Kevin Spain and Cayman Shutter came up with a game in which each stands, one-legged, on a brick. The object is to catch passes without falling off.




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Bryant Moniz:


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Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda:


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Allen Sampson:


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For games played in the Pacific time zone, such as the meeting against San Jose State two weeks ago, the Warriors usually leave two days in advance.

But because of the difficulty in getting to Lewiston, where they will stay in preparation for Saturday’s game against Idaho, the Warriors made arrangements to depart this afternoon. That will allow the Warriors to practice for two hours this morning at UH and two hours tomorrow at Lewiston High School. They will have a walk-through in the Kibbie Dome Friday in Moscow, Idaho.

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The Warrior volleyball team opens fall camp today with a two-hour practice this afternoon. While the Warriors must replace the big three — Jonas Umlauft, Joshua Walker and Nejc Zemljak — the replacement candidates are skilled six-rotation players. Translation: They are accurate passes and active blockers. There might be fewer spectacular kills, but steadier passing and defense.

In team testing, J.P. Marks, a 6-foot-5 outside hitter from Germany, had a 40-inch vertical jump and touched 11-7.

Look for Sam Biscaro to get the first shot at setter.


  1. Buffoman October 26, 2011 6:06 am

    Am I #1

  2. d1shima October 26, 2011 6:07 am

    (carried over)

    Great Morning All!

    Sounds like several players will be “sucking it up” on the road trip. It’s that time of the season.



  3. rylen October 26, 2011 6:08 am

    top 5

  4. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 6:09 am


    Yes, Dave Aranda’s fears were realized. It’s midseason, and several starters are limited in practice, if they’re practicing at all.

  5. d1shima October 26, 2011 6:16 am

    Oftentimes it comes down to uncovering and exploiting weaknesses in your opponent.

    Every team has personnel who are banged up…just gotta figure out who that is and go after ’em.

  6. jm2375 October 26, 2011 6:17 am

    Good morning Tsaikos!!

    Warrior volleyball!!! Woohoo!! Can’t wait to see them in action.

    Now, where’s my season ticket renewal?!!

    Screecher #1 is still sad that her hero graduated…



    Safe travels to the Warriors and Wahine and our erstwhile blogmaster.

    ST – take your meds and try not to lose another arse. 🙄 😆

  7. d1shima October 26, 2011 6:18 am

    Have a safe trip Stephen! Keep track o’ yourear! 😆

  8. CoolEthan October 26, 2011 6:23 am

    Darn, pesky Idaho trips.

    Just blow the doors off that team and get back home.

    Your right D1, expose the other teams weakness and trump with victory.

  9. CoolEthan October 26, 2011 6:25 am

    Will this be the last travel to this state?

    Idaho will remain in the wac, correct?

    And if Boise makes another shift to the other side of America conference, then we’re in the clear of going back to Idaho?

  10. mctruck October 26, 2011 6:35 am

    Take care, ST.

    I know from experience dat u can fix potatos in numerous ways.

  11. whitey October 26, 2011 6:40 am

    good morning tsaikos and have a good, safe trip ST

  12. el burro sabio October 26, 2011 7:07 am

    Some schools are very patient with their football program, first Bobby Hauck at UNLV gets an extension with his 2-11 record last year, now Jerry Kill of Minnesota finally signs his contract. Instead of 5 years, he gets 7 at $1.2 million, with a current record of 1-6, with losses to North Dakota State and NMSU on his record this year.

  13. Garret October 26, 2011 7:07 am

    All of the injuries are unfortunate, but some of the injured players will be able to play and try their best and the depth will need to cover for everything else. Every team is banged up right now and I think that the Warriors probably have more depth than most or all WAC schools.

  14. Garret October 26, 2011 7:11 am

    If I were a fb-supporter who makes a modest income of any of these far west schools who are contemplating going to the bigleast…I’d be pretty pissed to have to dig deep into wallet, if anything at all to go east like what?!, five-six times a year to watch my team play on the east coast?…and what if I’ve got a family of 2-3 extra people?

    All of a sudden, the “one” long trip to Hawaii, once-every-two-years doesn’t seem too bad at all!!


    That is why they are looking at forming a western division. Take the Big East for example:

    8 conference games (it will be 8 or 9, 8 makes the example easier)

    4 conference games at home…no travel there

    2 or 3 road games in the western division (Colorado, Texas, Utah, Idaho)

    1 or 2 road games in the east

    So, instead of 5 trips east it could come down to just 1 trip east. It should be noted that most Big East schools are located near major airports, so travel time to them could be less than the travel time it takes to get to Ruston.

  15. Garret October 26, 2011 7:14 am

    The WAC is planning to expand soon.

    During the next several months, the WAC will focus on securing two additional football playing members and we anticipate that those two institutions would begin play in the WAC for the 2013-14 academic year.

  16. Garret October 26, 2011 7:17 am

    Looks like Louisville is trying to beat out West Virginia for a spot in the Big 12.

    West Virginia cancelled a scheduled press conference for this afternoon that was presumably to announce the school’s decision to join the Big 12, with published reports now saying the “done deal” is on hold and that Louisville has made a “late push” to leapfrog the Mountaineers as the replacement for Missouri.

  17. Garret October 26, 2011 7:18 am

    BSU’s defection from the MWC could depend on Air Force.

    A leading college official said today that Boise State is still waiting on a Air Force making firm commitment to the Big East before following suit. Approval to extend invitations to specific schools is expected to be given to commissioner John Marinatto at the Tuesday meeting.

    The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to discuss the Big East’s plans.

    But that person added that BYU for football only is a possible option if West Virginia or Louisville leave

  18. HawaiiMongoose October 26, 2011 7:36 am

    The magic words: “Approval to extend invitations to specific schools is expected to be given to commissioner John Marinatto at the Tuesday meeting.”

    In other words, the Big East basketball schools have not yet voted to authorize formal invitations to Boise State, Air Force, or any other school to join the conference. And if West Virginia, Louisville and possibly Cincinnati are all still at risk of leaving the Big East when Tuesday comes, they may not. Approval of 75% of the current Big East membership is required to invite new members, which means any four basketball schools can block the issuance of football invitations.

  19. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 8:01 am

    Hope Thompson is on the phone with the Pope.

  20. Da Punchbowl Kid October 26, 2011 8:03 am

    Good Morning Gangeez! 🙂

    Its gut check time for the Warriors. Banged up and traveling to boot.

    Stay focused, hungry, and humble. Don’t let up until the game is pau. Finish!


  21. Wes'side Warrior October 26, 2011 8:12 am

    Morning/afternoon, Gang!

    Go, Warriors!!!

    Safe travels, everyone! Take care of business and come back with that “W”!!!

  22. NaKoaMike October 26, 2011 8:24 am

    An article and photos of the football alumni homecoming reception last week are now up:

  23. Pomai October 26, 2011 8:32 am

    If BSu goes I sure hope they get their arse’s handed to them by all the MWC teams.

  24. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 8:33 am


    Save the hope for world peace. Much better chance of that happening. lol

  25. Shoko October 26, 2011 8:46 am

    Morning everyone!

    As A-Joe would say, “Boise State not leaving.” 😉

    On Tuesday, various media sources were reporting that WV would be invited to the Big 12. Now (Wednesday) its been reported that the Big 12’s invite of WV is in a “holding pattern” and no invite has been offered.

    Sometimes I think conferences are just throwing out info to see how the other conferences react. From now on, I’ll believe it when I see it.

  26. Shoko October 26, 2011 8:49 am

    Point spread for the Idaho-Hawaii game has dropped to 7 with the Warriors still being favored. I think the Warriors will cover the spread, regardless of injuries.

  27. markazulu October 26, 2011 8:58 am

    Shoko: Not to sound rude but the point spread dont matter its all about the wins!

  28. Kevin October 26, 2011 9:07 am

    Now now now… don’t discredit point spreads and gambling!!!

    Hawaii has the GREATEST fans in the country.. Gambling fans.

    They can’t name TWO starters on the defensive front four at UH, BUT they can recite PT spreads from ALL Sunday NFL games dating back to 19diggty three.

  29. LizKauai October 26, 2011 9:08 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

    Healing to all!

    Prayers for the BG and Koakane Ohana

    Safe journey and these words of wisdom:

    Warrior football fans would all be better off without alcohol and/or gambling.

    Bring home the W and yer hindsides!


  30. Ballpicker October 26, 2011 9:09 am

    Morning all,

    Pomai, Hawaii 48 Idaho 28.

    Go Warriors!

  31. NaKoaMike October 26, 2011 9:13 am

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  32. Shoko October 26, 2011 9:31 am


    Hehe, no worries about being rude. I’m rarely offended. But you’re right, its all about the wins. I think the Warriors will win this one handedly.

  33. Pride. October 26, 2011 9:50 am

    Can anyone name the Athletic Director of the West Virginia Mountaineers’ program? Has he ever had a relationship with the University of Hawaii football program? Why is his last name so familiar?

  34. wait a minute October 26, 2011 9:57 am

    Oliver whats-his-name, could he have been a visitor to the islands that left disappointed thanks to some guy named Noga? (and some guy who has Pride.)

  35. madeinhawaii October 26, 2011 10:02 am

    Do we have a home game when APEC is in town?

  36. ai-eee-soos October 26, 2011 10:03 am

    what – he nevah had luck ?

  37. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 10:04 am


    Maybe cuz his son is going to be the #1 overall draft pick. Haha.

  38. Garret October 26, 2011 10:05 am

    Looks like the Big East used a stiff-arm on the MWC and CUSA commissioners…the Big East seems to be sure they won’t need the alliance.

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that the meeting, between officials from the Big East, the Mountain West and Conference USA, was to take place Wednesday. The MWC and C-USA have already agreed to a two-conference football association with a scheduling agreement and championship game, starting in 2012 or 2013.

    But the source, who has direct knowledge of the meeting, told Katz the Big East called the Mountain West on Tuesday and canceled the meeting.

  39. Stretch October 26, 2011 10:09 am

    Good morning Tsaikos!!

    MIH – the game that weekend will be away in Reno.

  40. Pride. October 26, 2011 10:14 am

    #34, 36, 37. Yes, luckily you guys are all correct. Luck didn’t have much luck in Hawaii after getting knocked out of the game by Mark Kafentzis. Wonder if Stretch was born yet?

  41. papajoe2 October 26, 2011 10:17 am

    Garret, With the conference’s realignment between the MWC and CUSA or MWC, CUSA, and Big East make them a “new” conference thus voiding the horrible tv contract that now exists with the MWC?

  42. madeinhawaii October 26, 2011 10:19 am


    Hope all that distraction doesn’t get in the way of practice for our Warrriors.

  43. Garret October 26, 2011 10:21 am


    The MWC’s commissioner specifically said that the alliance is for football-only and for now is just concerning the playoff of conference champions…so Craig Thompson said that the MWC’s TV contract would *not* be changed after the alliance starts.

    The alliance could bring in some money for the game between conference champions…but ESPN already owns the rights to CUSA’s title game for the price of $0 due to a lawsuit they settled with the CUSA.

  44. madeinhawaii October 26, 2011 10:23 am

    hmm.. so Utah State, Nevada, and BYU will have bye weeks before playing UH. Warriors got to gointo these games with a full head of steam and not look back. No more playing not to lose. No more receivers giving up on a play.

  45. Garret October 26, 2011 10:24 am

    Las Vegas article about the Big East cancelling the meeting with the MWC/CUSA.

    The source said he didn’t know if the Big East intended to reschedule, but The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J. reported West Virginia may stay in the Big East rather than leave for the Big 12 Conference. If that’s the case, the Big East probably sees little reason to discuss a potential merger with any other conferences and will look to add teams from the Mountain West and Conference USA, including Boise State and Air Force.

  46. papajoe2 October 26, 2011 10:32 am

    Mountain Football Conference of USA. MFCUSA. Would make a good cheer for a BCS game. M-F-C…..U-S-A. M-F-C……U-S-A. M-F-C……U-S-A. Even Western Football Conference of USA. What does CUSA stand for besides having a crappy tv contract? Is it really Conference of the United States of America?

  47. Garret October 26, 2011 10:34 am

    Senators from West Virginia and Kentucky are in the middle of the West Virginia/Louisville battle for the Big 12. I hate for politicians to get involved with this…it can only make a crazy situation even worse.

    Amid reports that Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell has made a pitch for the University to Louisville to be added to the Big 12, rather than West Virginia University, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin has now made his voice heard.

    “If these outrageous reports have any merit – and especially if a United States Senator has done anything inappropriate or unethical to interfere with a decision that the Big 12 had already made – then I believe that there should be an investigation in the U.S. Senate, and I will fight to get the truth. West Virginians and the American people deserve to know exactly what is going on and whether politics is interfering with our college sports.”

  48. Garret October 26, 2011 10:36 am


    CUSA at least gets more TV money than the MWC and gives the local TV rights to all of its schools. If the MWC could get the same TV deal, UH would get more conference TV money and keep all of its PPV money.

  49. Derek October 26, 2011 10:45 am

    It doesn’t make sense for Hawaii to play a conference game on the Eastern part of the country. Going to La Tech did not make sense from the beginning. Once in a blue moon, yeah maybe, we will go East to play a Non-conference game like UH is playing at Navy in a couple of years. The toll it takes on the football team physically and mentally, plus the traveling costs do not equate to being smart. It is hard enough just traveling 2,500 miles to get to the West Coast and losing 3 hours. Plus, more uncertain weather and altitude adjustments. We are the only football team in America that travel so much and lose so much school days. I don’t think the coaches and the players complain about it because they know what the deal is. Maybe more fans will understand that going on the road is very difficult. Everything is thrown out when playing in a hostile environment.

    It is very remarkable that Hawaii won so impressively at La Tech. Conversely, it was just as remarkable that we lost at UNLV by 20 pts. as 20 pt. favorites. San Jose St. was close, but the classic of too much turnovers can spell trouble. To overcome all the negative things that happen to a football team on the road and then win it is a sign of a very, very good team. We are not there right now as a good football team. We are an average football team as our record of 4-3 says. If we win at least 7 games and bowl eligible you can say that the team was good enough. Win 8 it’s a good season, win 9 it’s a very good season, win 10, well you don’t want to go there because that means we have to win the rest of the games in the regular season. We will be underdogs against Nevada and BYU and be favorites in the rest of the games, assuming we continue on this path. Realistically, I can envision a season of 8-5 with wins over Idaho, Utah St., Fresno St. and Tulane three of which are at home. But I also think we could lose all of them too if we somehow implode.

    Either way, not winning at least 7 games to be bowl eligible would be a major disappointment and there will be no match up with Hawaii and SMU who I believe people would love to see in the Hawaii Bowl.

    Remember too, under Coach MaMackin we have not fared to well in ESPN national television games. The Nevada and BYU games are on ESPN, ESPN, or ESPNU. Somehow, the team needs to get over that. I don’t know why but Moniz has not played consistently well on ESPN games on. His best game on ESPN was the Colorado game. With half the season in the books, however, we know how “bad” Colorado is. Colorado and Utah are having a rude awakening in their first season in the Pac 12. You know, I thought this could happen but I thought we should wait until we make some judgments. So far, it’s been a very interesting season. My big surprises are Kansas State and Clemson, by far. The most disappointng are UCLA and Mississippi State.

  50. al October 26, 2011 10:46 am

    tale of two coaches…

    one in the final year of a 3 year term.

    the second in the fourth of a 5 year term.

    both being told that discussions will be tabled till the end of the season. (wins and losses?)

    one coach takes it on the chin and knows what the deal is and says this,

    “Yes, like any competitor. I totally understand the way it is,” she said. “I’m enjoying this journey. Like I tell the players, it’s what we do at the end that counts. Not because it’s the last year of my contract, but we’re putting together something special.”

    while the other has been doing the “monku, monku” thing.

  51. al October 26, 2011 10:50 am

    perhaps a new CUSA alignment emerges after the big east purges the mwc leaving it as the empty nester.

    being that it shows no boundaries, perhaps hawaii could lobby for the new CUSA-WEST and compete with the western states of this new super conference. the CUSA-EAST

  52. papajoe2 October 26, 2011 10:51 am

    #48 Thanks Garret. That’s what I am looking for. Call the new conference by any name but find a loop hole to get out of the MWC’s tv contract. Since we will be paying for travel for our opponents in the conference, our local PPV income is a must. I know we can still have it, but to share it among the whole conference is ridiculous. Also, if we play 4 here, 4 away, and 1 interconference with CUSA, why can’t the game always be in Hawaii. 1 travel game to Hawaii for 1 team in CUSA every 8 years is not too bad for those teams. They also can plan ahead so that thier supporters can have a reason to go on a vacation to Hawaii. May even help their recruiting telling potential recruits that we will be going to Hawaii in your junior year. Of course, the coaches won’t tell the recruit that they will arrive Friday night and leave right after the game on Saturday.

  53. al October 26, 2011 10:52 am

    (continued)…this could be the future of the left-outs in the long run.

  54. al October 26, 2011 10:55 am

    too funny…

    the west virginia-louisville battle for positioning brings a chuckle or two.

    its the hatfield’s and mccoy’s feud revisited, only this time for the big bucks of the football dollars.

  55. Iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 11:03 am

    The B12 should just take both and get it all done with.

    We might as well get Sen. Inouye involved with the AF thing. Have him ask them to stay in the MWC. Lol.

  56. Glenn October 26, 2011 11:34 am


    Warriors 49, Idaho 33

    Not a single missed XP

  57. ai-eee-soos October 26, 2011 11:45 am

    eh, “we” found the guy to block PAT’s & FG’s. 11′ – 7″; geev em chance.

    J.P. Marks, a 6-foot-5 outside hitter from Germany, had a 40-inch vertical jump and touched 11-7.

  58. haka October 26, 2011 11:48 am

    Go Warriors!

    Go Wahine!

    Go UH!

    Too bad about T. Bell. Hope everything works out for him.

    Time for Chun & Hadden to Kick A**!

  59. makainana October 26, 2011 11:48 am

    What happened to Bell? How come he not on the team anymore?

  60. derealization October 26, 2011 11:50 am

    Really liked reading this. Keep it up!

  61. ai-eee-soos October 26, 2011 11:51 am

    ST’s revised header:

    Talk about timely kicks.

    Kenton Chun, who did not practice Tuesday because of tendinitis in his left (non-kicking) knee, made several PATs without a miss today to earn a berth on the travel roster. The Warriors, scheduled to depart this afternoon, decided to wait until the final drill of practice to make a decision. Chun will handle PATs and field-goal attempts up to 40 yards. Tyler Hadden will handle kickoffs and long-range field-goal tries.

    • While punt returner Scott Harding was being treated for a bruised foot, Tank Hopkins practiced as the punt returner. Harding should be well enough to play against Idaho.

    • David Graves and Shane Austin are now “bracketed” as the No 2 quarterback behind Bryant Moniz.

    • Terence Bell is no longer on the team.

  62. A.M. October 26, 2011 11:52 am

    But no field goal either . . . (just joking in reference to #56). Anybody know why T. Bell not with the team?

  63. Warrior Dave October 26, 2011 12:10 pm

    Wow! Seems like the Coaches have zero confidence in Hadden kicking extra points and short FG’s. Guess that means we scholarship another kicker next year.

  64. A-House October 26, 2011 12:12 pm

    while all the talk has been about Hadden and Chun, what happened to Neiro (sp)?

    is he “red-shirting”? or no longer interested?

  65. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 12:27 pm

    Not sure why we even have to worry about a PAT kicker. Mack said his remedy is going for 2 from now on.

  66. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 12:30 pm

    With Bell, it’s the “personal reasons.”

    They don’t expect him to return.

  67. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 12:31 pm


    I think he was joking about going for two.

    And, no, he’s not coaching PATs. That’s still Tomey’s area.

  68. J-Dog October 26, 2011 12:42 pm

    I wonder if Bell is leaving due to lack of playing time. You can clearly see him anxious to get in behind Rolo and Mack during the NMSU game.

  69. Garret October 26, 2011 12:45 pm

    No wonder the Big East wasn’t in NY to meet with the MWC and CUSA commissioners…

    Big East commish John Marinatto & associate commish Nick Carparelli Jr in Boise today, trying to close on Broncos

  70. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 12:46 pm

    Begging in person is much more effective than begging on the phone. Good move by Marinara.

  71. Garret October 26, 2011 12:47 pm

    Looks like UH may be paying travel subsidies to get Boise State’s non-football teams to play in Hawaii. Maybe Boise State will need to pay travel subsidies to Big West schools to play in Boise? Boise’s biggest supporter (Karl Benson) seems interested for Boise State to put their non-football teams in the WAC, but BSU may prefer the Big West.

    Interim Boise State athletic director Curt Apsey called Big West Conference commissioner Dennis Farrell on Wednesday to gauge interest in taking the Broncos’ other sports if they join the Big East in football, a source with direct knowledge of the conversation told

    The source said the Big West had once expanded for survival when it was raided by the WAC but the Hawaii move was more for opportunity. The source said the Big West is looking at expansion as opportunity, not as a survival move.

  72. Garret October 26, 2011 12:49 pm

    Boise State’s leadership flew to DC to meet with the Big East and the schools that they wish to expand with. The Big East is in Boise today and Boise State is calling other conferences to see where they can place their non-football teams. Not hard to connect the dots.

  73. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 12:53 pm

    And from the same article about Boise to the Big West.

    “The source said going to 11 schools would be a non-starter for the Big West. If the league were to expand, then it would rather go to 12, 14 or 16. The source said the Big West isn’t actively looking to expand but will take calls.”

    So find a 12th, maybe AF? Maybe not. My bets on not.

  74. kruzen October 26, 2011 1:01 pm

    Why would a conference take Boise State’s athletic programs besides football? Is there any value?

  75. Kevin October 26, 2011 1:06 pm

    Would love a return crack at BSU softball for last season…. 😎

    Up and coming program for sure.

  76. Kevin October 26, 2011 1:07 pm


    BSU men’s basketball is also not bad at all.

  77. Kevin October 26, 2011 1:10 pm

    Going for two when the situation is not needed to avoid the PAT game is kind of embarassing to the team as a whole.

    Remember in 2009 and those times we went for it on 4th and long sometimes due to questionable FG potential?

    Leaves a bad taste in the mouth just as much as missing a PAT.

  78. LETS GO BOWS: October 26, 2011 1:17 pm

    Terrance bell got kicked off the team b/cause he refused go in the game with 1-minnute left when rolo told him to go in,they kicked him off the team b/cause he wasn’t being a team player.

  79. anklebiters October 26, 2011 1:18 pm


    Uh – 31

    Id – 37

  80. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 1:24 pm


    Um why would he refuse to go in to the game?

  81. 808bowler October 26, 2011 1:24 pm

    Gud afternoon gang,

    Have a gud feeling this game. think we win big. 1st game this year ifeel this way.

  82. Kevin October 26, 2011 1:26 pm

    Oh wait… BSU in the BWC???

    Screw that. That’s another $13,000.00 to spend sending them here. 😡

  83. Kevin October 26, 2011 1:27 pm


    Was it shrimp or ika?

  84. kruzen October 26, 2011 1:33 pm

    If BSU wants to join the BWC then maybe the BWC should make Boise pay for chartered flights for all the teams to fly to Boise including Hawaii. Of course, we won’t pay BSU to come to Hawaii.

    But if no conferences wants BSU’s other sports, then what?

  85. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 1:33 pm


    Aku belly.

  86. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 1:33 pm


    Which conference were you thinking they were going for?

  87. madeinhawaii October 26, 2011 1:43 pm

    I think there are better options for the Big West over BSU.

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  90. Kevin October 26, 2011 1:51 pm

    People use aku belly as bait?

  91. wafan October 26, 2011 1:53 pm

    Good evening!

  92. d1shima October 26, 2011 1:55 pm

    Congratulations Kenton Chun for making it on the travel squad.

  93. wafan October 26, 2011 1:55 pm

    Geez, same old same old.

    The money grubbers still trying to hold on to their cash. Those without cash trying to get it. The power brokers trying to keep control of the others.

    Kinda strange how much like the economy it is.

  94. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 1:56 pm


    Yeah I used it before. It works ok. Then again it was a few days past its “sell by” date.

  95. d1shima October 26, 2011 1:57 pm


    I thought you was talking about the last TsaikoGate! 😆

  96. wafan October 26, 2011 2:00 pm

    More inane meetings tomorrow. This one administrator is as clueless as they come. Part of the meeting today was to set up future meetings — topics TBD. He has nothing better to do, I guess, but disrupt the days of several teachers.

    He better not have the audacity to ask at the end of the year why my kids are not reaching benchmarks. He is going to see one upset person.

  97. wafan October 26, 2011 2:01 pm

    d1 . . .

    TG’s getting interesting? HA!

  98. wafan October 26, 2011 2:02 pm

    Fall is really here.

    34 this morning. Spots of freezing fog on the way to school.

    Loads of fun!

  99. wafan October 26, 2011 2:03 pm

    Heck, 100!

  100. wafan October 26, 2011 2:04 pm

    Warriors practicing at LHS?!?!

    One of my friends just moved to teach a CTE program there.

    Good guy.

  101. Kevin October 26, 2011 2:05 pm

    Big West isn’t “bleeding” tons of capital, I don’t see any plus side right now of them expanding.

  102. Warrior1978 October 26, 2011 2:05 pm

    #68 J-Dog

    He was skipped over in the depth chart without any explanation from Coach Mack. Saw Austin doing the same thing behind Coach Mack during Saturday’s game. Wouldn’t be surprised to see Austin be the next to leave.

  103. wafan October 26, 2011 2:07 pm

    Too bad about Bell. Best wishes!

  104. (Jesse) James October 26, 2011 2:18 pm

    Pride #40….I think I was seven at the time…I remember the mountaineer mascot coming out and firing the gun….

    Good afternoon Tsaikos….

  105. Bulla October 26, 2011 2:30 pm



  106. maddog50 October 26, 2011 2:31 pm

    This is a defining moment. On the road…..Idaho….O….D…ST. No wasted series, no wasted downs, no wasted effort. Win all phases and define you and your team with your effort.

  107. Manoa Mist October 26, 2011 2:33 pm

    Find it just a little disconcerting to think our scholarship kicker cannot consistently kick extra points. That we gotta bring in another walk-on to do that. That’s like having a scholarship hoops guy who can’t make layups. (Okay, Shaquile couldn’t make free throws). And our “long range”‘ kicker can’t even kick off to beyond the 15 yard line anyways. I’ve heard our kicker may be hurt, but this has been going on for the whole season.

    I do feel a little compassion for Mack though. No matter what happened last game, UH did win. Yet knuckleheads like me still gotta grumble!

  108. Claud Sutcliffe October 26, 2011 2:47 pm

    The Hawaii Warrior Prep section’s 2011 Football Schedule review still doesn’t have anything about the Idaho game, it just repeats the previous bit about New Mexico State. Would someone please fix this? Mahalo!

  109. d1shima October 26, 2011 2:54 pm

    Wow. This team’s “defining moment” will occur in the Kibbie Dome?


  110. haka October 26, 2011 2:59 pm

    Men’s VB roster is up in case it hasn’t already been mentioned.

  111. Kevin October 26, 2011 2:59 pm


    Regards to your email a few weeks ago.

    Our da kine dat makes da kine was in New York, but da kine returned recently and will see da kine on Saturday to make da kine. Will then email you with da kine.

    If you still want to da kine dat thing that is.

  112. Amy The Safety Signs Adelaide Fiend October 26, 2011 3:06 pm

    Concerning me and my hubby, we have owned more safety signs Brisbane over the years than I can count. Over the last few years, I’m more in love than ever with old promotion signs. Why? Due to the classic streak within me, I assume.

  113. rainbowfan October 26, 2011 3:06 pm

    Every year at the beginning, they say UH is deep on the defensive line, etc. and every year it turns out only a few players are relied on during the game and get worn down and injured.

    As far as Hadden, he did kickoff at least one to the 8 yard line during the last game.

  114. wafan October 26, 2011 3:12 pm

    Kevin . . .


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  115. kev-1 October 26, 2011 3:30 pm

    #112 Kevin . . . that sounds like a drug deal?

    Just kidding . . . hope you don’t take offense to that kind joke.

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  117. Gumby October 26, 2011 3:43 pm

    Looks like Boise and Air Force are really jumping to the Big East despite not making official announcements. Disadvantages of staying in current MWC: 1) With Boise and Air Force out, MWC may not be that much better. 2) UH will pay a lot of money to stay in watered down MWC. 3) UH loses Pay Per View money as well as ESPN exposure. 4) UH will be treated as second class in MWC where it is respected in the WAC. All this being said, whatever the conference, the changing landscape of college football makes it imperative for UH to have a vision for football that they will commit to. If UH cannot commit to greatness or if its vision is weak or undefined, staying in the WAC would be best to save money and not embarrass itself. Staying in the MWC just to be mediocre or subpar is a high price to pay.

  118. Garret October 26, 2011 3:51 pm

    After leaving Boise, it appears that the Big East officials will be going tovisit Air Force…and BYU. SMU, Huston, and Central Florida have already had their meetings and Navy was at the Sunday meeting. This could all be over on Tuesday…

    conference officials flew to Boise, Idaho on Wednesday to make a site visit and work out the details of what is expected to be an invitation from the Big East for Boise to join the conference in football only.

    Visits to Air Force and possibly BYU also could be part of the itinerary.

  119. Garret October 26, 2011 3:55 pm

    Nothing is certain though–they might not go to BYU, the Big East Presidents might kill the deal, etc. I just want everything to be over with and then we can see how things affect UH.

  120. masatoshi-san October 26, 2011 3:55 pm

    Well even with out Boise State and Air Force, the Mountain West (w/ the Conference USA) is still more competitive than the WAC will be next year. In fact, the WAC will probably become less competitive because if Boise State and Air Force leave, the Mountain West/Conference USA will probably raid the WAC again (perhaps Louisiana Tech, Idaho and Utah State)

  121. Kevin October 26, 2011 4:00 pm


    Yeah it does sound like an Ohai St. special delivery arrangement.

    Reminds me of the late Mitch Hedberg’s material:

    “I like the Fed Ex guy, cause he’s a drug dealer and he doesn’t even know it”

  122. masatoshi-san October 26, 2011 4:00 pm

    Though hopefully Boise State and Air Force does not leave and the depleted Big East loses its automatic BCS bid to the Mountain West/Conference USA monster conference.

  123. Kevin October 26, 2011 4:02 pm

    Besides, there is no good ganja in New York from what I remember.

    Its been a while. 😆 😆 😆

  124. Slugger October 26, 2011 4:02 pm

    Wishing T. Bell the best in whatever he’s going to do.

    Shane Austin is a Senior and will graduate in December.

    Both Hadden & Chun have some dings. Each has different strengths than the other. Don’t know about Kyle Niiro, except that I still see him practicing with the team. Go ask Tomey if you want to know.

    Healing energy to the team and Tsaikos who need it.


  125. masatoshi-san October 26, 2011 4:08 pm

    The Warriors just have to take care of the business that they can control… Namely winning games, producing in the class room and recruiting good athletes that fit their team needs.

  126. Gumby October 26, 2011 4:12 pm

    Masatoshi-San… Good words!

  127. Calvin from Kona October 26, 2011 4:21 pm

    Nothing personal against Chun but I still think they should hold open tryouts for a kicker. I can’t recall our field goal and PAT kicking team being this inconsistent. Having said that I do hope our current kickers turn things around and make me eat my words….

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  130. madeinhawaii October 26, 2011 4:30 pm

    Aren’t all the kickers suffering from some kind of injury? Will they be better all healed up?

  131. masatoshi-san October 26, 2011 4:32 pm


    Hawaii 55, Idaho 17

  132. Shoko October 26, 2011 4:36 pm

    I read somewhere, probably the Idaho Statesmen, that Boise States interim AD had no clue that any Big East officials were in Boise. Also read the Big West commisioner didn’t receive any contact from Boise State. There seems to be alot conflicting info circulating. I’m confused, but then again, this wouldn’t be the first time.

  133. madeinhawaii October 26, 2011 4:40 pm

    Hawaii should be talking to Nevada and Fresno and rethink WAC. IF Boise and AF is out, then they could swing votes to get out without paying a penalty. Quite honestly, I don’t see the MWC money and TV exposure being any better than the WAC without Boise and AF. Especially for Hawaii if Hawaii has to pay the travelling expenses for other teams. If the three move back, there may be a chance to snag SDSU, UNLV, and Colorado State. Ideally, La Tech would be asked to join CUSA. Then with the Texas teams, we’d have a bigger TV market for ESPN. One that could be groomed for more $.

  134. Shoko October 26, 2011 4:41 pm

    Here’s one source.

    Methinks ESPN’s Andy Katz is hitting the bottle hard. And the New York Times are smoking too much pakalolo.

  135. masatoshi-san October 26, 2011 4:46 pm

    Well, Hawaii did have a few good kickers throughout the years… the names Jason Elam, Justin Ayat, and Dan Kelly come to mind. However we now have Hadden and Chun and I have faith that they will get the job done for the Warriors during the remainder of their tenure at UH. Win or lose, I am a Hawaii fan. Go Warriors!!!

  136. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 4:47 pm


    That’s hilarious to see a conflicting report coming directly from the AD’s mouth. Lol.

  137. Curt October 26, 2011 4:49 pm


    Thanks for the updates on conference realignment–though, it’s upsetting to hear about it.

  138. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 4:49 pm

    LMAO. Sorry, this stuff is so funny.

  139. WarriorMojo October 26, 2011 4:50 pm

    There’s no way that UH should pay travel subsidies to schools that join after them. Paying subsidies was part of the price for getting approval from EXISTING conference members. Why in the heck should we pay for teams coming in after us?

  140. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 4:57 pm

    Re: Hadden

    He has a bad hip that makes it hard to really drive a kickoff.

    That said, I’m not sure how much he’s asked to directionally kick to keep the ball away from good returners. For instance, kicking away from Rogers, I would say, was a healthy strategy.

  141. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 4:59 pm

    The other day I ran into Scott Enos, who is still enrolled at UH.

    I had forgotten that during his two-year UH career, Enos did not miss an extra point.

    I remember after he set a consecutive PAT mark, I was like, ho-hum. I guess it was a big deal.

  142. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 5:02 pm

    I guess the turf is always bluer on the other side.

    If Boise State didn’t freak out and instead stayed put, a WAC-MWC merger would have happened (with BYU in the mix as a non-football entity).

    Same thing now. Boise should stay put and see what happens.

  143. Stephen Tsai October 26, 2011 5:05 pm

    Not sure about the full story behind Terence Bell’s departure, but I am sorry anytime a senior leaves so close to the finish line. He seemed like a good guy. I wish him the best.

    By the way, I know Dustin Elisara is still on the roster, but I don’t recall seeing him around much.

    I know Calen Friel has some sort of injury and hasn’t been at practice while getting treatment.

  144. iwonderwhytheyhateme October 26, 2011 5:13 pm


    Couldn’t agree with you any more. Stay the course.

  145. Papolo_Loco October 26, 2011 5:19 pm

    If I recall, Scott Inos never missed an extra point kick in his UH career.

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  147. al October 26, 2011 6:02 pm

    it is true that rs freshmen tyler hadden has endured a season long hip injury. however, he keeps going back out there. that’s just the kind of kid he is.

    he won’t back down.

    got to chat with his parents and family in san jose over a plate of kalua pig and rice. heavy scoop of mac salad. really nice folks who have nothing but great stuff to speak about hawaii.

    they mentioned that the pressure placed on the kickers is immense what with all the negative vibes that people toss their way.

    regardless of how bad his hip injury is he doesn’t complain and continues to push through it.

    i am sure that you’ll see a different kicker by next year when the injury is said to heal up.

    God bless you boy.

  148. al October 26, 2011 6:04 pm

    sad to see t bell leave the team.

    at this juncture toughing it out is more honorable thing to do.

  149. Hank October 26, 2011 6:25 pm

    …i wish Terence Bell the best…i can only guess that he dreamed of contributing more to the Warrior program…good luck young man.

  150. A-House October 26, 2011 6:27 pm

    if Hadden’s injury is serious, why not “rest”, like in not practice or play, and “activate” Niiro who some have said in pretty darn good!

    al, you seem to indicate that Hadden’s injury is not too serious and will be “healed up” – by Spring ball? what happens if he continues and creates a more serious problem that may sideline him from Spring ball or longer?

    with UCLA offering a full-ride to the Punahou kicker – no chance UH will sign him – having 2 scholarship kickers would be unheard of!

  151. Bowwar October 26, 2011 7:02 pm

    ST – With Austin & Graves bracketed does that imply that one of them improved?? Who was #2 up to this point?

    I’d like to see Elisara in the mix as he was highly regarded out of high school.

    If Hadden’s injury persists, I think UH has little choice than to recruit another kicker next years.

  152. LizKauai (macbook) October 26, 2011 7:03 pm

    al, thanks for reminding us how fans can choose to lift up or tear down these kids (with families) that choose to play hard for Hawaii.

  153. Warriorfan4ever October 26, 2011 7:24 pm

    Enos and Austin were pretty much money for two entire years! Remember their steady play resulted in the win over Army last year. Hell, Austin also brought us a win over San Jose in OT no less a couple years ago. Could have used his steady hands at QB this last visit there.

  154. Warriorfan4ever October 26, 2011 7:31 pm

    152: they seem to be anxious getting graves up to speed for next year – but he has not beat out austin on the field – Probably just a political maneuvering

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  157. kev-1 October 26, 2011 8:18 pm

    They should let Dunnache do kick offs. I bet he could crank um out of the endzone.

    When I hear stuff like this – Hadden has a bad hip, that’s why his kicks are short – it makes me lose a little trust in the coaching staff. Kinda feels like we don’t get the whole truth sometimes. When he was kicking short earlier on, the coaches said he wasn’t injured and that he was asked to directional kick. Now he’s injured, not asked to directional kick? No jive bra. I don’t think it is a big secret that he doesn’t have a big leg. Why lie about it? Especially since his “directional” kicks are nothing really but short kicks. Seems to me if you want to avoid a return man, you boom it out of the endzone.

    But what do I know, I’ve never even attempted a kick-off in my life. Just saying, sounds fishy.

  158. kev-1 October 26, 2011 8:19 pm

    Shucks . . . maybe even let moniz try. He looks like he has good form in the picture.

  159. A-House October 26, 2011 8:23 pm

    guess the jury will be out on Hadden until next Fall practice

    but must agree, unless coaches are saving Niiro, they need to start the recruiting process for a new kicker

    if Hadden comes through, kicker can always “red-shirt” and be a RF in 2013.

  160. cocobean October 26, 2011 8:23 pm

    Wasn’t Mo a pretty good high school soccer player?

  161. Warriorfan4ever October 26, 2011 8:27 pm

    Ha! Why do any politicians lie? That’s a good one kev.

  162. Warriorfan4ever October 26, 2011 8:34 pm

    What would you say if you were told that they quickly dropped the so called depth chart competition when moniz dropped to #4 under its rules? I feel for Bell. That’s a sad thing to see. Looks like the same thing going on with Avery. I wonder how many others?

  163. cocobean October 26, 2011 8:37 pm

    #128. That’s how Kenton made the team. He came out on top of a kicking competition.

  164. Derek October 26, 2011 8:40 pm

    If I was the Punahou kicker I would re-think about going to UCLA. This is a very bad football team. Further more, Rick Neuheisal might get fired at the end of the season, the way things are going. Losing at Arizona 48-12 on national television was a joke. They looked so inept. And this is a Arizona team who had lost 10 straight games in Pac 10-12 conference games until last Thursday and who’s coach was fired, Mike Stoops. I think Stanford, California, or Washigton, or even USC are better options.

  165. papajoe2 October 26, 2011 8:42 pm

    Kev-1, Kicking long doesn’t matter how big you are. It’s about techique. Your power on the ball comes within 2 feet from the ball and through the ball. Hip action helps a lot. The picture that ST posted showed Alex’s plant foot about a foot behind the ball. Not too much power in that even though he is big. I don’t know if it was his typical kick though. Reminds me of when I was young and saw how far Chi Chi Rodrigues could hit a golf ball. He is just over 5′ tall but could hit it with the big guys. Jason Elam wasn’t small, but he wasn’t overly big either.

  166. rainbowfan October 26, 2011 8:46 pm


    Coach Mac said they did try Dunnache in practice, but he couldn’t do it good, something about his body isn’t built for place kicking.

    Mac also said it is possible he would use a tight end in the future if needed, as some coaches such as Leach use it.

  167. kev-1 October 26, 2011 8:46 pm

    Warriorfan4life . . . I never really made the connection between coach (University) and a politician before, but now that you mention it . . . Good one. Although, I have to admit I am pretty naive and still resist believing that all politicians are liars. I know, I know. And, no I’m not high, just idealistic I guess. Nope . . . naive is a better word.

  168. kev-1 October 26, 2011 8:49 pm

    papajoe2 . . . good kick break down. You been known to kick a ball around? Soccer? Your probably right about size, but I was just thinking leg strength. Watching what Alex can do with his punts is pretty impressive. True however, that place kicks and punts may be two different monsters.

  169. kev-1 October 26, 2011 8:50 pm

    Also . . . those pics with Spain and Shutter standing one legged on a brick playing catch looks a like an ankle injure waiting to happen. Coach Rolo know they play that game?

  170. kev-1 October 26, 2011 8:51 pm

    All for a tight end!

  171. cocobean October 26, 2011 9:04 pm

    JJ uses a TE in certain situations at SMU. Either as an extra run blocker or for max protect.

  172. papajoe2 October 26, 2011 9:05 pm

    Kev-1, I coached both soccer and football kickers from youth through high school.

  173. papajoe2 October 26, 2011 9:09 pm

    How important is Moniz to the team? If he was to kick an extra point, what could the opposing team do to take him out? Go off sides on an extra point and nail the kicker. Off side penalty would be half the distance to the goal. Kick is now 1 1/2 yards out, but your kicker/quarterback is out with an injury. For 1 point? Is it worth it?

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  176. kev-1 October 26, 2011 10:05 pm

    too bad . . . I bet you could still make one. Come on, walk on try out?

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  179. 1sportsfan October 26, 2011 10:51 pm

    Scratching me head about the kickers. How is it that if you are accurate from within 40 yds that then you’re the only hope for beyond 40 yds. I know its a distance thing but isn’t it about accuracy too? Usually Hawaii has good to great kickers going back to the days of Jim Asmus (remember him?), who was also the punter. So how is it that we don’t have a “go to kicker”?

  180. LizKauai (iPad) October 26, 2011 11:01 pm

    Kenny Estes was our kicker in high school too.

    Just saying…


  181. kalani October 26, 2011 11:30 pm

    #152 #155 Very astute Warrior fans…there is serious political maneuvering going on…but has been going on for some time now. Graves goes in for 2 series, fumbles the the ball resulting in a TD drive for NMSU making it too close for comfort. Austin doesn’t even play…and three days later, Graves moves up on the depth chart…hmmm. #163 Many others are victims…

    Re Bell…if you were Austin and Coach Mack came up to you at the end of the last game of the season after you had been told you’re #2 on the depth chart but had been passed over all season during games by other QBs that were “below” you on the depth chart and he says “go on in son”…what would you say to him?

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  185. Wes'side Warrior October 27, 2011 1:10 am

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    10    –    Thomas Kaulukukui – 35 Halfback

    9    –    Jason Elam – 89 to 92 Kicker

    9    –    Timmy Chang – 00 to 04 Quarterback

    7    –    Al Noga – 84 to 87 Defensive End

    6    –    Jason Rivers -03 to 07 Wide Receiver

    6    –    Garret Gabriel – 87 to 90 Quarterback

    6    –    Chad Owens – 81 to 84 Wide Receiver

    5    –    Gary Allen – 78 to 81 Running Back

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    4    –    Keith Ah Yuen – 78 to 81 Offensive Guard

    4    –    Davonne Bess – 05 to 07 Slot Receiver

    3    –    Jim Kalili – 67 tp 71 Offensive Guard

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    2    –    Levi Stanley – 69 to 73 Defensive Tackle

    2    –    Blaine Gaison – 76 to 80 Defensiveback

    1    –    Jeris White – 70 to 73 Defensive Back

    1    –    David Toloumu – 80 to 81 Running Back

    1    –    Jim Donovan – 81 to 82 Offensive Tackle

    0    –    David Maeva – 87 to 90 Linebacker

    0    –    Colin Scotts – 83 to 85 Defensive Tackle

    0    –    Golden Richards – 72 Wide Receiver

    0    –    Travis Sims – 89 to 92 Running Back

    0    –    Hal Stringert – 79 to 80 Cornerback

    0    –    Jeff Sydner – 89 to 91 Wide Receiver

    0    –    Dan Audick – 74 to 76 Offensive Tackle

    0    –    Henry Kaaihue – 70

    0    –    Charlie Aiu – 72 to 75 Offensive Guard

    0    –    John Woodcock – 74 to 75 Defensive Tackle

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    I agree 100% with you! Unfortunately, Craig Thompson was very clear in his public statements that UH would be paying travel subsidies even after the MWC/CUSA alliance was in effect. Since the alliance’s plans includes crossover games, that sure seems to indicate that the MWC has decided that UH will pay travel subsidies to CUSA teams.

    With Thompson being so quick to tell the Star-Advertiser and everyone else that UH will continue paying travel subsidies, I do *not* think that he will have UH’s back when things shift during realignment.

  197. Garret October 27, 2011 3:40 am

    So the Big East was at Air Force yesterday and will be at Boise today. The interesting thing will be to see where they go on Friday–Provo or back east?

  198. Garret October 27, 2011 3:41 am

    If Air Force and Boise State leave the MWC, I’d really like for UH to take a look at going football-only in the WAC…

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    I kept gross annual income at $50k for comparisons’ sake. So, to maintain your standard of living in Hawaii, that $50k is equal to:

    $29,329.85 in Boise, ID… a difference of -41.34%

    $30,501.15 in Reno, NV… -39.00%

    $30,741.69 in Las Vegas, NV… -38.52%

    $35,424.75 in Fresno, CA… -29.15%

    $47,125.46 in San Jose, CA… -5.75%

    $30,361.50 in Las Cruces, NM… -39.28%

    I understand that this is just an approximation, using certain goods and services to determine cost. It also does not include other factors such as those related to unions. But, it still gives us a general idea of how far our UHAD dollars goes when compared to our peers.

  201. CoolEthan October 27, 2011 5:41 am

    Donation from the CU team? Ha!

  202. d1shima October 27, 2011 5:57 am

    Great Morning All!

    Hope the team managed to get over in one piece.



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  204. d1shima October 27, 2011 6:00 am

    Difference in divisions?

    DIII Wildcats venturing to CA for a road game against Menlo. They leave tomorrow morning for an overnight stay in the Bay area then play the next afternoon.


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  210. bleedgreen October 27, 2011 8:30 am

    Temperature forecast for Saturday’s game at Moscow, Idaho:


    Partly Cloudy

    49°F | 34°F

    Hawaii struggles in Idaho due to cold weather. Plus it’s an early start for Hawaii that is accustomed to playing much later in the day. Weather and travel, plus injuries equate to low scoring for Hawaii. Defense will have to bring home the W. Go Paredes, Brown, Edwards, Torres, and the DL!!

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