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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Salas on Biletnikoff, Moniz, Tuioti, Hardy-Tuliau, RBs

Congrats to Greg Salas, who has been named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list.

Stephen Tsai talks to UH's #1 QB, Bryant Moniz.
"Chee-hoo," said Moniz, a fourth-year junior who started eight games as an injury replacement for Greg Alexander in 2009.

Barring injury, Moniz will lead the Warriors' four-wide offense in the Sept. 2 season opener against Southern California.
Chee hoooo?

Jason Kaneshiro profiles defensive tackles coach Tony Tuioti.
"He started off as this nice guy; now he's getting a little louder and in your face when you're not doing your stuff right," junior tackle Vaughn Meatoga said.
Kaneshiro also writes about the kick-blocking skills of John Hardy-Tuliau:
John Hardy-Tuliau didn't wait long to build on his reputation as a gifted kick blocker. The freshman cornerback knocked down a field-goal attempt during Saturday's practice and got his hands on another during a drill yesterday.

Hardy-Tuliau set a California state record with 26 blocks at Vista Murrieta High School, knocking down five as a senior.

"Just get off the ball," Hardy-Tuliau said of his key to blocking kicks. "Just trying to get to the ball as fast as I can."
HawaiiAthletics.com highlights the running backs.
“We feel real good about our depth at running backs and we think we’re really strong in our senior class with Alex and Chizzy coming back,” Smith said. “They’re both coming off good springs. The addition of Sterling Jackson should help push them. And the addition of Hogan (Rosehill) and (John) Lister gives us a lot of depth. They’re both young guys that are doing well and are going to push the rest of the team.”


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