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The journey to 26.2 miles begins with a single step


Updated on  December 11, 2017 at 2:21 pm
It’s 4 a.m., and I am prone on that low wall that separates Ala Moana Beach Park from Ala Moana Boulevard. Read More

UH football to FCS just part of sports rumblings

Whenever the University of Hawaii football team has a losing record we hear plenty of talk from some folks about how the Rainbow Warriors should go down to a lower division of competition. Read More

UH football has lost much of its flair and many of its fans


Updated on  November 27, 2017 at 4:39 pm
The last time I watched a University of Hawaii football game at Aloha Stadium as a paying customer was Nov. 18, 2000. Read More

Throw out the records when BYU visits Hawaii

It’s Hawaii-BYU week. Actually, we should call it Hawaii-BYU weak since the teams are going into the season-ender at Aloha Stadium on Saturday with just three wins apiece. Much better things were expected from both in 2017. Read More
Updated on  November 22, 2017 at 12:27 am

Hawaii fans of football saw the good, bad and the epic

It went really late and it certainly didn’t start off great. But has there ever been a crazier day of wall-to-wall football for Hawaii than the 15 hours that started Saturday morning and ended a few minutes before last call Sunday? Read More
 

Put your prep football trivia skills to the test


Updated on  November 18, 2017 at 11:47 am
How well do you know your Hawaii high school championship football history and trivia? Read More

Ganot’s got a lot of guys and it is working

If you’re a player or a fan you can’t wait for the next time the University of Hawaii basketball team gets out on the Stan Sheriff Center court for a game. Read More
 

Rolovich should exercise his quarterback option


Updated on  November 12, 2017 at 12:58 am
The philosophy of “next man up” will mean more in a season or two when Hawaii has the kind of depth it developed after several years in the June Jones era. Read More

Hogan’s heroics began when he helped Hawaii beat Alabama


Updated on  November 10, 2017 at 12:44 am
You don’t have to believe me. You don’t have to believe Omega Hogan, Kurt Milne, Jason Whieldon, Gary Wright or anybody else, either. Read More

With 3 games left, don’t give up on these ’Bows just yet


Updated on  November 6, 2017 at 5:43 pm
Is it too late for one more turning point that could save the University of Hawaii football team’s season? Read More

Mililani’s Milton has UCF on an unbeaten roll

Say what you want about strength of schedule. But at 7-0, Central Florida is among just five remaining undefeated college Football Bowl Series teams. Read More
Updated on  November 4, 2017 at 12:35 am

Johnson’s perfection put in perspective

A slight frown crossed Gibson Johnson’s face, just for a moment, as he looked at the statistics sheet. Read More

Alabama just 1 slight of many in rankings


Updated on  October 31, 2017 at 10:43 pm
Did your head explode on Halloween? You might still be steaming even a day after the release of the first College Football Playoff rankings if you’re a fan of Alabama, Wisconsin, Miami, Ohio State or Oklahoma … or even a few other teams. Read More

’Bows have to step up on offense or forget postseason


Updated on  October 28, 2017 at 11:50 pm
Offensively, UH was as flat as beer left over from the last game, two weeks ago against San Jose State. Hawaii won that one, but unless the ’Bows move the ball better in November they can forget about playing in December. Read More

UH’s Buggs shoots for making up lost time

When tracking the progress of Drew Buggs, the best number to keep an eye on, for now, is the one on the far right of the statistics sheet, the one that lists minutes played. Read More

UH’s Matlin, an Astros fan, got his start at Houston


Updated on  October 22, 2017 at 4:07 pm
David Matlin has a perfectly good reason for cherishing a favorite Major League Baseball team and also having a clear choice for second favorite. That’s why when his No. 1 team lost its best pitcher late this season, it wasn’t too traumatic. Read More

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