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

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

Thomas took the high road to get here

Throughout the 2016-17 season he sat on the bench in street clothes. He was at once a reminder of the good old days and a harbinger of a potentially bright future for the University of Hawaii basketball team. Read More

Dino Babers: ‘I still love my islands’

Tripler-born Dino Babers is teaching Hawaiian at Syracuse University. Read More

Improvement may not be enough for trip to a bowl

Did they hit the reset button a week too late? Read More

UH has the talent but not the discipline to succeed

As it prepares to host San Jose State tonight, the University of Hawaii football team’s record is 2-4. But it could easily be 1-5 or 3-3. It might even be 4-2 if just a couple of plays had gone the other way. Read More

Wagner’s wonders finally get into circle

It’s fitting that this is homecoming weekend and Bob Wagner’s 1992 University of Hawaii football team is being celebrated as inductees of UH’s Circle of Honor. Read More
 

Bob Apisa to lead next class into Polynesian Football Hall of Fame

Bob Apisa never played in the NFL. Knee injuries saw to that. But he inspired others who did eventually play football at its highest level, and that’s part of why Apisa will be enshrined in the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame in January. Read More

Rainbow Warriors continue their penchant for penalties

The University of Hawaii football team’s performance late in the first half of Saturday’s game at Nevada made folks think back to days past. And we’re not talking about glory days. Read More

Distractions may keep UH from a ‘W’ at Nevada

Something has to give at Mackay Stadium as the Rainbow Warriors, who have lost three in a row, visit the Wolf Pack. Nevada is 0-5. Read More
 

Chang adds another family tie to rivalry

Like many other people, Timmy Chang has yet to win in Reno. Read More

UH can win if it doesn’t become its worst enemy

The last time Hawaii and Colorado State played each other in football, they were two Mountain West programs headed in opposite directions. Read More

QB Milton making waves at Central Florida

There’s a dual-threat quarterback from Hawaii starting for an undefeated college team. Read More

Warriors try to shrug off obstacles at Wyoming

This one’s going to sting for a while for the University of Hawaii football team and its fans. Read More

Penalties, mistakes haunt UH in horror film

Legi Suiaunoa spent the past two weeks binge-watching. It’s not one of his favorite shows, oh no … far from it. But it had to be viewed, again and again. Read More
 

Wyoming fans go the extra mile for football

Some will come from Cody, the town named after the legendary frontiersman Buffalo Bill … 350 miles away, up near the Montana state line, not far from Yellowstone National Park. Read More

QB doesn’t limit her leadership to the field

The losing streak is finally over at McKinley High School. Before Friday’s 22-0 victory at Waialua, the Tigers hadn’t won a varsity football game since 2013. Read More

Intentional or not, targeting will always be a penalty from now on

Did he target or didn’t he? The officiating crew on the field Saturday at the University of Hawaii’s football game at UCLA and the replay review officials determined that Tui ’Unga did not break the rule that disallows leading with the helmet at an opponent’s neck or head. Read More

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