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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Spring schedule, projected starters

cc here. Sorry so late with the news.
The Star Bulletin catches up with Coach Mack regarding Spring Ball
"We have every single minute planned out, offensively, defensively, special teams," McMackin said while thumbing through a series of practice scripts. "We're ready to go."

The Advertiser's Stephen Tsai gives us the Spring practice schedule that starts in SIX days!
Some of the key days:
Wednesday, March 31 — Practice No. 1 (sweats).
Saturday, April 3 — Practice No. 3 (pads).
Saturday, April 10 — Practice No. 6, at Vidinha Stadium on Kauai.
Click here for more info about the Kaua'i practice
Saturday, April 17 — Practice No. 9, Junior Day, 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 24 — Practice No. 12, Coaches Clinic, 3:30 p.m.
Friday, April 30 — Practice No. 15: Warrior Bowl, 7 p.m. kickoff.

* All practices are from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. unless otherwise noted.
(Click on the link above for the rest of the practice dates)

and Mr. Tsai gives his early projections for starters on the defensive
Right end: Paipai Falemalu, Earvin Sione.
Strongside linebacker: Aaron Brown, Art Laurel.

and offensive sides of the ball.
Right wideout: Royce Pollard, Billy Ray Stutzmann.
Quarterback: Bryant Moniz, Shane Austin, Brent Rausch
Center: Matagisila Lefiiti, London Sapolu/Bronson Tiwanak.

complete listing in links

UPDATE: Dave Reardon has a column about all the hitting that will be going on in spring practice.
"We're gonna take 'em down," said McMackin, the UH head coach. "More physical things this spring."

But don't blink. Every drill won't be about drilling ball carriers.

"Shots of full-speed (tackling)," said McMackin, who has no desire to put the Warriors' trainers to work and employ their supply of crutches. "But we have to be smart about it and we want to stay healthy."


  • At Friday, March 26, 2010 at 6:29:00 PM HST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    my projection, the season will end with a 3-10 record. wins against: Colorado, San Jose, and New Mexico State. Winning with an average of 12.4 points above the opponent.


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