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Saturday, August 21, 2010


Oh yeah, there's been some UH football team news this week too. I should be able to post more regularly next week.

HawaiiAthletics.com highlights the linebackers, secondary, and special teams.

Brent Rausch was confirmed as the #2 QB.

Jason Kaneshiro profiled Richard Torres, a big part of the secondary.
"He's one guy you don't have to worry about," said UH assistant coach Chris Tormey, who works with the Warriors' safeties. "He's going to know what to do, he's going to be prepared to play. He's tough, he's smart and he's just a very versatile player."
The Na Koa Bowl was a success, bringing in $63,000.
"He's playing strong," said McMackin, noting Umu was primarily a pass-rusher during spring training. "Now he's very good against the run."

Stephen Tsai wrote that the starting UH offensive line is still coming together.
Left tackle Austin Hansen, right guard Adrian Thomas and right tackle Laupepa Letuli appear to be set as starters.

But offensive line coach Gordy Shaw said Brett Leonard, Brysen "Bulla" Ginlack and Bronson Tiwanak are the central players in the competition at left guard and center.
Tsai wrote about the players checking out of the dance studios.

Kaneshiro profiled linebacking brothers Corey and Parker Paredes.

Tsai talked to student manager Ashley Lelie.

Veni Manu has left the team, but that opens up a scholarship for defensive end Kamalu Umu.


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