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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Donovan, Miano, Kapanui

AM 1500 currently has interviews with Jim Donovan (from the Jeff Portnoy Show) and Rich Miano (from the ROB and RUSS Show) on their front page. If they get bumped from the front, you can check the previous page links at the bottom.

And congratulations to Chad Kapanui, who is the United Indoor Football League's Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Chad Kapanui, quarterback for the Sioux City Bandits, is being honored as Offensive Rookie of the Year. He is in his first season in indoor football and played collegiately at the University of Hawaii. Kapanui completed 227 of 364 passes for 2,402 yards and 40 touchdown passes. In addition, he rushed 52 times for 141 yards and seven touchdowns. Led by Kapanui, the Bandits offense finished in the top 5 of several categories: scoring offense (5th, scoring 41.6 points per game), passing offense (3rd, averaging 165.6 yards per game), rushing offense (2nd, averaging 76.3 yards per game) and total offense (3rd, averaging 241.9 yards per game). He was recently selected for his first UIF All-Star game. This weekend, Kapanui and his teammates head east to St. Charles, Missouri, where the Bandits will meet the RiverCity Rage in the first round of the UIF playoffs.
UPDATE: More offseason pics from Tsai.


  • At Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 1:30:00 PM HST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I don't think Timmy Chang is the QB to be cut but he may not play today. QB Quinton Porter may be the question mark that they want to see how he plays today--hopefully they already want to keep Timmy unless Quinton does really well.


    'Bubble boys' walk fine line

    Final pre-season game last chance for half-dozen hopefuls to impress
    June 19, 2008
    Ken Peters
    The Hamilton Spectator
    (Jun 19, 2008)

    Ticat starting quarterback Casey Printers is expected to get the bulk of reps tonight and should play into the third quarter.

    "We will probably come in with Richie Williams and then Quinton Porter needs to get a lot of work. There is a good chance we won't play Timmy Chang this week," Taaffe said.


    June 18, 2008
    The Cats' 'Bubble Boys'

    Finally QB Quinton Porter needs to throw really well for any chance of making the 46-roster.

  • At Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 10:00:00 PM HST, Blogger Tombo Ahi said…

    thanks for the heads up, FL. looks like Chang didn't play, though they don't have complete stats. i think it is a good sign for him. he had a great game last week, so he wasn't one of the guys they needed to evaluate. we'll see!


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