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Monday, March 24, 2008

Savaiigaea, Smith, Strength, Mouse

Rocky Savaiigaea will be a guest on the Warrior Beat at 10:30am HST today. UPDATE: Here's a link to the chat.

In some news from the weekend, Dave Reardon has an update along with quotes from UH attorneys regarding the Daniel Smith lawsuit.

Stephen Tsai writes about players taking part in offseason strength tests.
The power clean is a discipline in which the lifter brings the weight from the floor to a racked position across the deltoids. The gold standard is considered to be 300 pounds. Twelve Warriors power cleaned more than 300 pounds, with center Clarence "Lafu" Tuioti-Mariner, left tackle Ray Hisatake and running back Daniel Libre matching Soares' top lift.

"For his size (5 feet 8, 185 pounds) and strength, Daniel Libre is the most impressive guy in the weight room," Brown said. "He lifts what a lineman should be lifting. He's a warrior in the weight room."
And Reardon catches up with Mouse Davis.
When Davis was on the UH coaching staff, there was talk of him becoming the director of footall operations. But that would’ve meant not working with the players anymore, which is what Davis enjoyed most.

“And they wanted me to do some fundraising,” Davis said. “As it turned out, Herman Frazier was doing such a good job at that they decided they didn’t need me for that.”


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