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Daily-Lyles glad to be out of 'pit' The "pit" is the area where injured Hawaii football players do rehabilitation exercises during practices. For the first 10 practices of this spring training, George Daily-Lyles' life — physically and metaphorically — was in the pit. Story » The Hawaii football team's offense acquitted itself well in Saturday's trial run. The Warriors' ninth practice was their first in full pads this spring. It featured a 51-play controlled scrimmage.
The Hawaii football team completed its third week of spring training with yet another lineup shuffle on the offensive line. Mike Milovale, who had practiced as the No. 1 left guard, was at left tackle during Saturday's scrimmage.
The goal-line drill was one of the most important during North Carolina State's football training camp in 2000. The drill consisted of three plays, with the ball marked on the 3, then 2, then 1.
Chad Owens might not be in the University of Hawaii’s Circle of Honor, but he was honored to be in the Warriors’ half-circle before the start of Thursday’s spring football practice.
Hawaii football player Craig Cofer has crossed the line again.
The Warriors will play road games against Utah State and Wyoming in November, according to the Mountain West Conference's master schedule that was released on Thursday.
The price of University of Hawaii football tickets will remain unchanged from 2012, athletic director Ben Jay said.
It takes a special football player to play nose tackle. "You have to be crazy," said Calen Friel, Hawaii's nose tackle. "You take all of the hits. You're taking on two, three (blockers). Hopefully, you leave it open for the linebacker to make the tackle."
It was fitting that Hawaii’s Kawika Borden was the No. 2 long-snapper during Thursday’s football practice.
Hawaii football coach Norm Chow kept a promise to help defensive end Penitito Faalologo keep a promise.
The Hawaii football team's best all-around defensive lineman — end Beau Yap — will miss at least the rest of spring training after suffering a fracture in his right foot, coach Norm Chow confirmed on Wednesday.
Hawaii quarterback Ikaika Woolsey wears his heart under his sleeve. "Lokelani" — his sister's name and mother's middle name — is tattooed on his left arm.
Perhaps inspired by Tom Sawyer's unpainted fence, Hawaii football coach Norm Chow concocted FUBAR. The Warriors' last workout of the offseason conditioning program — "fouled up beyond all recognition" — was eight ache-and-regurgitation-inducing disciplines disguised as creative activities.
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Quarterback Sean Schroeder has a back injury and will not participate in the Hawaii football team's spring training.
The Hawaii football team completed its 2013 recruiting class with a commitment from a highly sought prospect from Virginia Beach, Va. Kwamane Bowens, a receiver/cornerback from Salem High, told the Star-Advertiser he will accept a scholarship offer from the Warriors.
The Hawaii football team's makeover began with a wardrobe change. The night the Warriors' 2012 season ended, quarterbacks Taylor Graham and Ikaika Woolsey removed their redshirt labels.
The Hawaii football team answered Ruben Guzman's call. Guzman then answered the Warriors' punting needs. With that connection, Guzman, who punts left-footed, has agreed to join the Warriors for this coming season.
Kealakehe football player David Fangupo is staying home after all. The 6-foot-2, 348-pound running back/nose tackle signed with the University of Hawaii on Friday morning. Waveriders coach Sam Papalii faxed the paperwork to UH coach Norm Chow.
Price was named the Warriors' offensive coordinator and receivers coach, head coach Norm Chow announced Wednesday afternoon. Price will help craft the offensive game plans.
The Hawaii football team went into overtime to receive a commitment from a junior college offensive lineman. Reginald "RJ" Hollis said he will sign a letter of intent with the Warriors today, 19 days after the NCAA signing period started.
It was in 2002 when Washington State assistant coach Aaron Price and Honolulu-raised quarterback Jason Gesser discussed their future plans. It is a good thing goals don't come with expiration dates.
Former Hawaii football player Mike Edwards has learned the NFL Scouting Combine is about numbers. Speed is measured in hundredths of a second over 40 yards. Strength is assessed in bench-press repetitions of 225 pounds.
It appears former Texas-El Paso assistant coach Aaron Price will be joining the Hawaii football program.
Chris Naeole, who was an offensive lineman in the National Football League for 11 seasons, is joining the University of Hawaii football staff as an assistant coach.
In sickness and in health, football recruits are expected to live up to their vows to sign with Hawaii today.
Former Hawaii quarterback Cayman Shutter has accepted an invitation to compete in the Canadian Football League's combine in Toronto in March.
A key position for the Hawaii football team continues to get deeper and taller.
Two more needs were checked off the Hawaii football team’s recruiting wish list.
By Stephen Tsai