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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Wahine Clinic, Stump, Kauai Guys

The 4th annual Hawai'i Wahine Football Clinic starts in about an hour. Be there! If you're a lady. UH student ladies get in for free with ID.

Stephen Tsai writes about Darian "Stump" Godfrey transferring to UH.
On choosing the Warriors, Godfrey said: "I did my research. I knew they had a great coaching staff, and a good offense. I used to watch (former Warriors quarterback) Colt Brennan play (on television). That's where it all started, I liked the way he played, and I liked the offense."
Tsai also has some news and notes.
Three of the Warriors' four starting receivers competed in all of the drills during Monday night's practice at Aloha Stadium.

Wideout Darius Bright and slotbacks Miah Ostrowski and Billy Ray Stutzmann had been bothered by ailments. But they ran routes at full speed during the 2-hour practice, the Warriors' second workout at Aloha Stadium during the preseason training.
Tom Kensler of the Denver Post profiles Colorado's true freshman starting punter. Block that kick! Block that kick!
O'Neill started punting last winter, thinking it might be a way — probably his only way — to play major-college football. "I played soccer, so I knew I had a decent leg anyway," O'Neill said. "So I just started working on punting with my dad, trying to figure it out."
Tyson Alger of The Garden Island profiles Kauai guy and UH defensive lineman Siasau Matagiese.
“He’s a 300-pounder that runs very quick and has a great attitude,” Hawai‘i head coach Greg McMackin said. “He’s going to be a big time player for us.”
This is Part 3 of a 5-part series of Kauai guys playing for the Warriors. Part 1 was a profile of receiver Jett Jasper. Part 2 profiled defensive back Kenny Estes.


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