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Monday, September 27, 2010

CSU Review, Rodney Bradley, LaTech

Dave Reardon reviews five big plays from UH's 66-7 victory over Charleston Southern in this week's Warrior Replay.

Stephen Tsai has an update on Rodney Bradley's hamstring injury.
"I think I'll be able to go," said Bradley, who suffered what he termed a "strained" left hamstring while running a deep route in the second quarter of a 66-7 victory over Charleston Southern.

Bradley, who limped off the field, said he did not initially believe the injury was a concern. But he said his left hamstring was "sore" yesterday morning.

He said he received ice treatment and electrical-stimulation therapy yesterday afternoon.

"I'll be getting therapy the rest of the week," he said.

He said he received several ice packs that he will use at night. He said a determination on his playing status will be made Wednesday or Thursday.
The Post and Courier has some quotes from Charleston Southern coach Jay Mills.
"Obviously we played a very good football team, a more balanced football team in all three phases of the game," CSU head coach Jay Mills said. "We failed to take advantage of some opportunities early in the game that would have changed the tempo from the outset. Unfortunately, we made some early mistakes that allowed Hawaii to set the tempo and we scrambled to catch up all game long. I thought our players gave a good effort. We played hard, but we just had too many mistakes."
HereComeTheDawgs.com has UH-Louisiana Tech news and notes from the Sports Xchange.
STRATEGY AND PERSONNEL LOOKING GOOD: The Warriors' defense stepped up and turned in an outstanding performance against Charleston Southern, but whether the group can carry that momentum into WAC play remains to be seen. Hawaii held Charleston Southern to 227 yards and grabbed four turnovers.
And Ferd Lewis looks at how the WAC might shape up with Hawaii and LaTech in it.


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