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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Stutz, Hanohano, Donovan, Relay for Life

Here's a link to UH GA Craig Stutzmann's chat on the Warrior Beat yesterday. An excerpt:
Comment from: Craig Stutzmann [Member]
will most of the stuff that the receivers run be routes/patterns that you and coach ron lee ran during the old st. louis days and if so how does it differ from the june jones run n shoot?
There will be an even mix of things we did at Saint Louis and things we did with June Jones. The main difference in the two styles is coach Ron's offense gives the receivers more options depending on the coverages that we'll see. So in essence, the receivers have a lot more responsibilities.
03/10/08 @ 15:44
UH recruit Geordon Hanohano is allegedly in trouble. Here's a video and transcript from KITV.
Sources told KITV the 17-year-old Saint Louis senior at the wheel of a sport utility vehicle that crashed into the guide wires of this utility pole Friday was Geordan Hanohano. The 6 foot 3 inch tall, 270-pound defensive lineman has signed a letter of intent to play for the Warriors.

Hanohano is under investigation for driving under the influence of alcohol and harassment, for allegedly throwing eggs into Jervis' property.
From an article by Alexandre Da Silva:
A UH spokesman said last night the school would await further information before making any decision regarding Hanohano's future with the school and team.
Ferd Lewis writes that UH and Jim Donovan have agreed on a salary, but details won't be released until the Board of Regents meeting.

Dave Reardon writes that an audit of the UH athletic department's books is on the agenda.

And finally, Stephen Tsai writes about the Iceman's and other UH athletes' involvement in the Relay for Life.
As it turns out, the self-styled "Iceman" has a warm heart.

Hawai'i football player Dan Kelly, who earned the nickname because of his heroic placekicks, came through this past weekend, earning the most donations in the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life.

Kelly secured $1,800 in donations for the event, which was held from 6 p.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Sunday.

Doug Hussey, manager of the men's volleyball team and one of the event's coordinators, said the project raised $40,000 this year, and more than $150,000 the past four years. There were about 600 participants, including representatives from most of the UH athletic teams. The entire men's volleyball team entered.

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