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2 Warriors released from hospital after being injured in BYU game

By Lynn DeBruin

Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 09:33 a.m. HST, Sep 29, 2012


PROVO, Utah >> Hawaii team officials said two Warriors players have been released from the hospital and were on the team charter flight Friday night after X-rays on their necks were normal.

The defensive tackles were taken to the hospital after being injured in apparent helmet-to-helmet collisions on consecutive series in the first quarter of a 47-0 loss to Brigham Young on Friday night.

Backup Geardon Hanohano was the first loaded on a backboard and carted off the field, but not before flashing a shaka.

The second player, starting defensive tackle Siasau Matagiese, was injured on the Warriors' next defensive series. After a lengthy delay, he too was placed on a backboard and carted off. He also managed a shaka.

BYU officials late Friday said starting running back Michael Alisa is likely out for the rest of the regular season. He is scheduled to have surgery today after breaking a bone in his right forearm in the first quarter. He finished with two carries for 12 yards.







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HOSSANA wrote:
Wish both players nothing but the best and a speedy recovery. UH is taking their licks now but, like Chow said, our time will come. Just be patient and continue to support the team. Right now is not the best of times but it will come. Just be patient.........main thing is our players recoup from their injuries.
on September 29,2012 | 09:41AM
kk808 wrote:
I couldn't agree with you more. Good post.
on September 29,2012 | 10:36AM
Grimbold wrote:
Football is a cruel game for Brutes and should not be promoted by universities.
on September 29,2012 | 12:04PM
allie wrote:
Thank God they are ok. It is a dangerous sport
on September 29,2012 | 10:00AM
Tanabe wrote:
Great news! I was happy to hear during the game that the x-rays were negative. Hope they continue to get better and return to the field soon.
on September 29,2012 | 10:34AM
csdhawaii wrote:
Thanks goodness. I was especially worried about Hanohano after he kind of just collapsed. Glad they are ok.
on September 29,2012 | 12:15PM
allie wrote:
Hurray! That was scary
on September 29,2012 | 03:53PM
LizKauai wrote:
Healing energy to all the kids. God Bless!
on September 29,2012 | 01:12PM
Anonymous wrote:
Good news. Get well men. Get rehabbed and come back strong.
on September 29,2012 | 01:37PM
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