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Marcus Mariota paying it forward with fans

Part of what makes Marcus Mariota so remarkable was on display here this past week, and it wasn’t his open-field running ability. Read More

Hall of Fame inductee Galdeira was a hit as an official

The face on the game program for the 1970 Hula Bowl was Heisman Trophy running back Steve Owens of Oklahoma, but the most memorable run of the all-star game belonged to Earl Galdeira. Read More

UH athletic director Matlin hopes his 2020 vision brings balance


• Updated on  June 17, 2018 at 2:10 pm
In 2015, just over six months into the job, athletic director David Matlin gave the University of Hawaii Board of Regents a slide show of his plan to balance the department budget by 2020, prompting one of them to dub it, “2020 vision.” Read More
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Want an underdog to cheer for at World Cup? Pick Iceland

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• Updated on  June 15, 2018 at 1:12 pm
Picture, if you can, Bill Belichick publicly discussing his game plan and opening wide his strategy to patrons in Brendan Behan’s pub in Boston each week the New England Patriots play a game? Read More
 

Breaking down the ABCs of the World Cup

A look — from “A” to “Z” — at the 2018 World Cup, which opens Thursday in Russia. Read More

UH contracts include new buyout protections


• Updated on  June 12, 2018 at 12:22 am
When men’s volleyball coach Charlie Wade signed a two-year extension in the wake of a 19-8 season, his agreement symbolized the University of Hawaii’s attempts to have the best of both contractual worlds — coaches under long-term deals and an avenue to lessen financial exposure in case of a buyout. Read More
 

UH mulls its future TV options in football

For UH, the expiration of the MWC’s deals with ESPN and CBS Sports also coincides with the June 30, 2020, end of its exclusive local pay-per-view and broadcast television rights contract with Spectrum. Read More

’Bows still waiting for College Hall of Fame breakthrough

For all their deserving credentials, you still won’t find Tommy Kaulukukui, Jason Elam, Al Noga, Jeris White, or any other recognizable University of Hawaii greats in the College Football Hall of Fame. Read More

Legendary voice of local sports calls it a career

The first time it was suggested that he get behind a radio microphone by himself, Jim Leahey was, for one of the few instances in his career, rendered momentarily speechless. Read More

Athletic directors have chance to improve football overtime rules


• Updated on  June 3, 2018 at 11:47 am
Lahainaluna’s Division II state football championship victory over Konawaena last November was definitely one for the record books. And it is time to assure that the longest football game in our state’s history stays there. Read More

Magazines tout year of the Hawaii quarterback

A few months ago it was hard to miss the emergence of local college quarterbacks across your television and mobile device screens in what came to be termed the “Year of the Hawaii quarterback.” Read More

WAC’s blowup 20 years ago changed University of Hawaii sports


• Updated on  May 29, 2018 at 3:35 pm
Some of where University of Hawaii athletics finds itself today can be traced to an event that quietly marked its 20th anniversary Saturday. Read More

Lenn Sakata honored for legacy as a teacher

Lenn Sakata gained a heartfelt, first-hand appreciation for what a savvy baseball manager could mean for a player’s career. Read More

UH men’s volleyball becoming a smash at the box office

The University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team didn’t get the NCAA Tournament berth it coveted — and deserved — but the Rainbow Warriors might achieve a distinction still unreachable by any of its NCAA peers. Read More

UH athletics could learn lessons from its med school

In an effort to regain its financial health, the University of Hawaii athletic program is looking to … its medical school? Read More

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