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Utah State beats Hawaii

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:17 a.m. HST, Nov 03, 2013


A lot was made of Hawaii's difficult flight path for Saturday's Mountain West Conference football game with Utah State in the rarefied air of Logan, but Rainbow Warriors head coach Norm Chow refused to offer it as an excuse.

Arriving only a half-day ahead of kickoff due to the shooting tragedy at LAX on Friday, the Warriors appeared a step slow all day as the Aggies won 47-10 at Romney Stadium.

The victory left Utah State 4-1 in MWC play and 5-4 for the season. Hawaii dropped to 0-8 overall and 0-6 in MWC play. It was the 11th consecutive road loss for the Warriors, who will remain in Salt Lake City, before moving on to Maryland and a nonconference date with Navy.

Down by 20 at intermission, Hawaii took the opening kickoff in the third quarter and drove 75 yards on six plays, including a 33-yard scoring strike from UH quarterback Sean Schroeder to wideout Keith Kirkwood as Tyler Hadden added the PAT to cut Utah State's margin to 13 with 13:17 remaining in the third quarter.

Now, it was the Aggies' turn and they didn't disappoint. Holding a 12-minute advantage in time of possession in the first half, Utah State didn't sway far from the game plan, moving 51 yards on eight plays, before settling for a 32-yard field goal by Nick Diaz, his third of the day to give the Aggies a 16-point advantage with 9:51 left in the third quarter.

The Aggies put the game out of reach on a five-play, 71-yard scoring drive that ended on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Utah State true freshman quarterback Dare Garretson to Travi Reynolds as Diaz added the PAT to make it 33-10 with 6:20 remaining in the third.

Hawaii tried to put a positive spin on things with a beautiful interception by Tavita Woodard off a screen pass and returned it to the Utah State 4. Garretson made a huge touchdown-saving tackle because three plays later, Schroeder threw a pick-six to Kyler Fackrell, who returned it 99 yards for a touchdown as Diaz added the PAT to make it 40-10 with 1:41 remaining in the third.

It was more of the same in the fourth as Utah State drove 73 yards on seven plays for the touchdown as Garretson found tight end Wyatt Houston for the final 44. Diaz hit the PAT to make it 47-10 Utah State with 10:29 remaining in the game.

Utah State dominated from the start as the Aggies took the opening kickoff and went 80 yards on 12 plays -- that included the ejection of UH safety Marrell Jackson for targeting -- the last one an 11-yard touchdown pass from Garretson to wideout Bruce Natson with 9:43 remaining in the first quarter. Diaz added the PAT.

Hawaii responded with a nice 10-play, 58-yard drive of its own that ended with a 33-yard field goal by Hadden with 6:55 left in the first quarter to cut the margin to 7-3. Schroeder was 3-for-5 for 50 yards, including a 35-yarder to Donnie King.

Utah State countered with a field goal of its own on its next offensive series, a 40-yarder by Diaz that extended the Aggies advantage to 10-3 with 5:09 left in the first.

The Aggies moved 14 points ahead on a tough 10-play, 88-yard drive that included two huge third-down conversions and ended on a 4-yard scoring run by running back Joey DeMartino. Diaz added the PAT to make it 17-3 with 14:27 left in the second quarter.

Hawaii moved into scoring territory on a 41-yard pass play from Schroeder to favorite target Chris Gant, but on a third-down play at the Aggies 30, Schroeder was picked off, giving the Aggies the ball at their own 6.

Later in the quarter, Hawaii tried a punt fake on a fourth-and-2, but upback Marc Langkilde came up a yard short, giving Utah State the ball at the Hawaii 44. Once again, a big third-down conversion kept the drive alive and aided the penalty-plagued Aggies as they extended their lead to 20-3 on a 32-yard-field goal by Diaz with 3:28 remaining in the half.

Utah State added three more on a 52-yard field goal by hometown boy Jake Thompson to give Utah State a 23-3 advantage with 50 seconds remaining in the half dominated by the Aggies.

For the game, DeMartino gained 104 yards on 20 carries, offsetting a nice first-half performance by Rainbow Warriors freshman running back Diocemy Saint Juste. He carried the ball six times for 48 yards, giving UH a legitimate running threat on the edge if he can remain healthy. He had only one attempt in the second half

Schroeder, who was lifted in the third, completed 13 of 26 for 213 yards and one score, but was picked three times, including one on the last play of the half that almost resulted in another score for the Aggies.

Garretson set a freshman record at Utah State, completing 28 of 41 passes for 370 yards and three touchdowns. He had the one pick. Reynolds was his favorite target, catching 15 passes for 152 yards. Natson had seven for 34.

 UH wideouts Gant and Billy Ray Stutzmann were held in check. Gant had two catches for 48 yards. Stutzmann countered with two for 31. His streak of games scoring at least one touchdown came to an end. Backup quarterback Taylor Graham came in for Schroeder in the third, but wasn't effective, completing eight of 16 for 45 yards.

He was knocked out of the game late in the fourth and appeared he might have taken a shot on his recently healed left shoulder. The UH offense produced 319 yards. Utah State countered with 533.







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frontman wrote:
Ok. defense.....if you can't stop them play dirty football. Now go get um
on November 2,2013 | 10:44AM
allie wrote:
Utah State is not more than a minor league program but they are smashing UH again. Sad. Season over!
on November 2,2013 | 12:54PM
Anonymous wrote:
the perfect season is still within attainment. Chow should match skills with Miano...Hopefully Oceanic and UH are making $millions on pay per viewers...
on November 2,2013 | 04:52PM
frontman wrote:
Norm should have stuck to his normal play. Graham first and then Sean at least the end would have been exciting and a game. Graham needs a lot of work. Two years at a JC in California might, might improve his lack of ability.
on November 2,2013 | 07:34PM
oxtail01 wrote:
Not over yet - going for perfect 12 losses and we have a darn good chance of achieving that. Much like your quest for perfect ignorance. Allie, don't give up, you're so close.
on November 2,2013 | 05:01PM
hunebasami wrote:
What's new. 7 others did, too. To bad there isn't a Lamar to play for Chow sake, Show our coach talent level
on November 2,2013 | 09:21PM
frontman wrote:
In watching this game, it is NOT Norm Chow but the D2 players he has to work with. No offense, No defense, No special teams and NO D1 quality players.
on November 2,2013 | 01:25PM
thruther wrote:
D2 is an exaggeration.
on November 2,2013 | 01:36PM
allie wrote:
they need to go to NAIA. Mainly, we students don't want any more money bled from our classes by this program.
on November 2,2013 | 01:37PM
Kealii wrote:
Is that why you live under a bridge by the Ala Wai?
on November 2,2013 | 02:13PM
aomohoa wrote:
No one cares what you want or don't want. You are leaving next month. YEAH!!!!!
on November 2,2013 | 04:06PM
Nevadan wrote:
Not too loud. Allie may stick around and become your boss.
on November 2,2013 | 04:37PM
frontman wrote:
Allie will never leave.............that's why it is www world wide and he'll continue to post.
on November 2,2013 | 08:28PM
DocG wrote:
"We students" ? remind me again "Hon" when it was the UH student body elected you their PR voice. Just more of you're ill informed, non factual, personal rants .... Remember when you said, several weeks back, you graduated UH last December, then posted you meant THIS December ? Pretty much everyone who ever went to college knows their graduation date .... at least those who really are in college do ...
on November 2,2013 | 04:27PM
oldertimer808 wrote:
You've been a student for a lonnnnng time and when did the student body elect you their spokes person bs.
on November 2,2013 | 06:15PM
hunebasami wrote:
I hope you are talking about the head coach Norm Chow
on November 2,2013 | 09:26PM
oxtail01 wrote:
Tsai would disagree - he thinks we got talented Mormon players from that hotbed, Utah.
on November 2,2013 | 04:57PM
hunebasami wrote:
When did UH become a Mormon school? All football coaches and now players. Norm is trying to make BYU look good
on November 2,2013 | 09:32PM
hunebasami wrote:
The players are fine. Mac had less but won. Team doesn't have a coach that can coach. FIRE NORM CHOW NOW....
on November 2,2013 | 09:25PM
ehrhornp wrote:
Well, there is always next week.
on November 2,2013 | 11:56AM
HOSSANA wrote:
famous last words..."there's always next week" well, we're running out of weeks...ha...ha..ha...
on November 2,2013 | 12:13PM
hunebasami wrote:
0-9
on November 2,2013 | 09:33PM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
"Garl Darn it, I told the guys this week is over! Get it behind us! These guys work their butts off ever Week! We watch,Game vim And Move On, Garl darn it,"
on November 2,2013 | 12:53PM
kennie1933 wrote:
You forgot....DADGUMMIT!
on November 2,2013 | 08:16PM
hunebasami wrote:
Your wrong NORMDONEIT
on November 2,2013 | 09:34PM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
47-10,,,,,,,I feel sorry for the boys. Maybe they should have stayed in LA and say they were hi jacked.
on November 2,2013 | 12:58PM
hunebasami wrote:
Sad for the men. If the head is dead the body will die. too.
on November 2,2013 | 09:36PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on November 2,2013 | 01:06PM
RKC808 wrote:
Chow should NOT have said those words: CHASING CHAMPIONSHIPS
on November 2,2013 | 01:16PM
808comp wrote:
Heard something similar to that by another coach.
on November 2,2013 | 01:56PM
mcc wrote:
Which quarterback, we have 3 starters.
on November 2,2013 | 02:38PM
tigerwarrior wrote:
@Descartes- Agreed. Graham's "expanded" role is really beginning to pay dividends as he passed for a whopping 45 yards on 16 attempts--for an average of 2.8 yards per completion. The pressures from grad school coupled with the extremely high expectations from an ambitious coach can weigh heavily on a QB as compared to a kid who recently graduated high school, who has no care in the world.
on November 2,2013 | 03:23PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on November 2,2013 | 03:39PM
RKC808 wrote:
Now we know why they are not at Ohio State anymore.
on November 2,2013 | 04:23PM
hunebasami wrote:
But are they Mormon?
on November 2,2013 | 09:42PM
hunebasami wrote:
First coach with no experience went 11 wins. In his second year he is 8-0 and hoping fir a BCS bowl game. What are we waiting for. Hay said 5 years. Chow needs mire time then others.
on November 2,2013 | 09:41PM
RKC808 wrote:
Very depressing. I cannot even watch anymore. How sad.
on November 2,2013 | 01:15PM
GorillaSmith wrote:
You're doing a bang up job, Norm van Oppen. Don't change a thing.
on November 2,2013 | 01:22PM
false wrote:
SA FONT PAGE: COACH FINALLY FIRED!!!!!!
on November 2,2013 | 01:29PM
islandsun wrote:
At what point can UH not afford to fire Chow Chow?
on November 2,2013 | 03:16PM
oxtail01 wrote:
We passed that a while back but Ben Gay loves Chow!
on November 2,2013 | 04:55PM
hunebasami wrote:
To late. We should't have hired him. He name Mormons look like winners. 0-8
on November 2,2013 | 09:48PM
hunebasami wrote:
Just keep in running 1.5 yards a try,
on November 2,2013 | 09:44PM
mellowyellow11 wrote:
I'm sorry, but Norm chow's offensive schemes are, mildly putting it, offensive. Hawaii doesnt have the ability to run a pro set, drop back passing offensive and how many more games will it take for the agonized audience to rebel. Hawaii, though, showed they can run outside today with ST Juste, (no. 22), and they were successful when shroder rolled out. so why not start to implement more option plays or even install the triple option. we got a QB. woosley who can run, we have st juste, who can take it to the outside and even if we dont go full on triple option we can still get more yards with any kind of QB option. But no!, norm chow wants to run up the middle, where game after game proves we cant open lanes, and then in a frenzy to get the first down we have shroder or graham just throwing so many erratic passes, probably due to the o-line not holding blocks long enough and QB getting hurried. We go into Navy, next week, who with unheralded personnel, almost beat notre dame and led most of the game today. And why not run the option against this option team. Navy ran the option today and even had 2 offensive tackles on the same side of the line on an option touchdown run by the QB. Something else needs to be done to give us a chance to move the ball and not leave the defense on the field all game.
on November 2,2013 | 01:33PM
allie wrote:
lack of talent
on November 2,2013 | 01:38PM
hunebasami wrote:
at coaching
on November 2,2013 | 09:57PM
oxtail01 wrote:
Conjecture all you want but we have cadaver Chow who's coahing philosophy is frozen in time. Too bad that time was when dinosaurs ruled the earth.
on November 2,2013 | 04:53PM
Kealii wrote:
Soon, Von Appen's breathtaking record will actually be thoroughly pummeled! Legendary Coach Chow is taking our team to excruciating depths never thought attainable in the foreseeable future! It's pure awesomeness! I need to go buy my a couple hundred more Chow Time t-shirts and make a killing on E-Bay while I still can! Go Bows!
on November 2,2013 | 01:42PM
WalkoffBalk wrote:
They can get a higher draft pick if they keep on losing. They can draft Andrew Wiggins for next season.
on November 2,2013 | 01:58PM
REMKaneshiro wrote:
Comment Of The Week!
on November 2,2013 | 02:06PM
Haoulie wrote:
The Hawaii kids play hard but do not have either the talent or the coaching. Its sad to see a program that almost won a national championship under June Jones, won the WAC under the other head coach to be put in such a horrible position. God bless Our Rainbow Warriors.
on November 2,2013 | 02:08PM
RKC808 wrote:
Im sorry but JJ was not even close to winning a national championship. He didn't even get close to winning the Sugar Bowl. His team didn't even belong on the same field with Georgia.
on November 2,2013 | 04:25PM
rolandocruz wrote:
UH will never have great success in recruiting quality D1 players. The only way to compete with the big boys is what June Jones did---a spread offense with precise routes for the receivers. We will never have a successful running game cause we don't have those D1 players. Forget the running game. We will never also have a terrific defensive team cause we can't recruit the good defensive players. The only way to hang with the big boys is to outscore them like we did with the Jones era. If a player, local or mainland, has any potential of going pro, do you think he'll go to UH? Nah...no way. So we got to work with the horses we got. I truly believe that JJones gave us the model to copy. Let's work on bettering that spread offensive scheme . Let's try to also get Rolovich back here and go back to our glory days!!!!!!!!!Go Bows!!!!!!!!!
on November 2,2013 | 02:15PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on November 2,2013 | 02:52PM
oxtail01 wrote:
Ben Gay loves Chow!
on November 2,2013 | 04:50PM
hunebasami wrote:
2 chinamen like peas in a pod.
on November 2,2013 | 11:00PM
808ikea wrote:
I agreed. With Jones' run and shoot it always provided for mismatches with our smaller quicker players (Owens, Grice-Mullen, Bess). And best of all it was fun to watch.
on November 2,2013 | 07:22PM
scooters wrote:
Was there ever any dough of the out come of any Rainbows games? Losers
on November 2,2013 | 02:27PM
alfhawaii wrote:
Fire the coach now
on November 2,2013 | 02:30PM
hunebasami wrote:
agree
on November 2,2013 | 11:01PM
geralddeheer wrote:
Coach, look in the mirror.
on November 2,2013 | 02:43PM
Bumby wrote:
Since 2000 to 2011 how many players have played in the NFL who played for UH? We had our share. UH will always have their share although few. What's importanat is to find those players just below the radar who can play what they are taught and coached on. Apparently their is a disconnect with the coaches and players somewhere. You may have better talent the last 2 years and it appears the talent cannot be worked into the system. The last 2 years of Mac many have said talent wise was down. However they played and won but not enough to satisfy. Thus bottom line must be the coaches. If not the coaches than the type of players they are recruiting are being made to look and sound like they are more athletic. (Hype)
on November 2,2013 | 02:45PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on November 2,2013 | 03:48PM
hunebasami wrote:
Don't forget Chad Owen, Rick Miano all walk on
on November 2,2013 | 11:05PM
rayhawaii wrote:
Naw? I never would of guessed that, and thanks for the BIG MAC Tuesdays. That's a winnah of sure.
on November 2,2013 | 02:48PM
tigerwarrior wrote:
In order not to offend the "true fans", "non-fair weather", or should I say weathered fans, fans who have weathered this storm of a season and who have stuck with Chow through thick and thin--mostly thin--and in light of the axiom, "If you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything," I guess I'll have to bite my tongue. Mums the word.
on November 2,2013 | 03:00PM
geo333 wrote:
Not sure what sucks more, the poor play calling or the quality of the coaches in general. In this day and age with money being as tight as it is, and unless the athletic director implements some serious changes for the better, I can't see throwing money away for multiple season tickets year in and year out let alone the cost of inner circle parking one again next year. I do feel sad for the players, they really don't want to lose but take a look at the lack of hustle from the defensive backs and the total lack whom they should be guarding as if they never played football in their life. Think about it, who runs a business like this other than Obamacare!
on November 2,2013 | 03:04PM
Slow wrote:
I can't believe it took some genius this long to bring up Obamacare. How about GMOs and gun control too?
on November 2,2013 | 03:19PM
9ronboz wrote:
New coach
on November 2,2013 | 03:15PM
hunebasami wrote:
Need to look for one now.
on November 2,2013 | 11:08PM
TaiBow wrote:
I really feel for the young men on the Warriors - for all their effort, they are not being rewarded, but rather punished. It must be quite disheartening. The fact that they will have a terrible record is a foregone conclusion. But I hope that the fans will still come out and support the team, and let our boys know that we appreciate them, regardless of the outcome. Support Your Team, Hawaii!!!
on November 2,2013 | 03:27PM
hunebasami wrote:
With our record who wants to play for UH.
on November 2,2013 | 11:09PM
kong2985 wrote:
Don't blame Senior Citizen Chow Fun. Remember respect the old person .LOL
on November 2,2013 | 03:33PM
entrkn wrote:
If I had bought the PPV package this year I would be kicking myself until my foot fell off... In the 31 years that I have lived in Hawaii and been a loyal fan, this is getting close to their lowest point.
on November 2,2013 | 03:53PM
localboieastside wrote:
Like I said before- Hawaii might not win a game this season. Maybe they can play Mililani or Punahou for the State Championship.
on November 2,2013 | 04:03PM
hunebasami wrote:
They might lose.
on November 2,2013 | 11:10PM
tigerwarrior wrote:
Next Up: Navy. Earlier today, #25 ranked Notre Dame narrowly beat Navy 38-34 on their own turf. Navy played a hard fought game with 27 first downs against the Fighting Irish with 419 yards in total offense--mostly on the ground--which puts them at 10th in the nation in rushing yards with a 289.1 average. I'm predicting that the Midshipmen will rack up around 400 rushing yards against the Warriors. Hopefully UH will counter with a 400 yard passing performance by our dynamic duo of QBs.
on November 2,2013 | 04:04PM
Tipops wrote:
No matter what happens the rest of this season, don't ever give up or put our players down! They're not Pros, they're college kids who go out every day and practice and train and basically do this for all of us here in Hawaii. We have to focus our criticism where it really belongs, coaching. June Jones came in, took an 0-12 team with basically no recruiting to mention, and with these same players went 9-3 his first year. That team won a share the WAC Championship and sent at least two players (that I can remember, there could have been more) to the NFL. They each had pretty long careers in the Pros. What was the difference? COACHING! If we want to stop this spiral down the football drain we have to focus on improving our coaching. It's not rocket science, coaching is the most important ingredient a College FB Program needs to be successful. I know it hasn't been two full years since we brought Coach Chow on board, but come on, is there anybody out there who really believes things are going to turn around in the next 1-2 years. UH has to dig deep and find the courage to face reality and make a change NOW! Not one or two or three years from now when it's too late to turn things around. Our FB program should never have fallen this low just because we lost JJ, that's not acceptable. Go Warriors!
on November 2,2013 | 04:11PM
Descartes22 wrote:
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on November 2,2013 | 05:04PM
ricekidd wrote:
drnior citizen is not called for.. but first time head coach...yes!
on November 2,2013 | 05:37PM
mishtah wrote:
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on November 2,2013 | 04:11PM
inverse wrote:
At this point when fans are booing the team, Jay and Chow should step in and allow media only to publicly interview them and NOT players. It is going to get nasty and if Jay and Chow were doing there jobs they would know they need to shield their players from making sto opid inflammatory comments that will only P O fans even more and create public animosity to players which they do not need at this time. Just shows you that Chow and Jay are not true leaders, just wannabe leaders who got hired because of friends in connected places and use of affirmative action to make a political statement. That two peas in a pod comment was racist however I would criticize it because there is truth into why they got hired.
on November 3,2013 | 06:57AM
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on November 2,2013 | 04:14PM
frontman wrote:
Norm should have stuck to his normal play. Graham first and then Sean at least the end would have been exciting and a game. Graham needs a lot of work. Two years at a JC in California might, might improve his lack aof ability.
on November 2,2013 | 07:33PM
hunebasami wrote:
Watch next week 0-9
on November 2,2013 | 11:14PM
builderguy wrote:
Whoever said we have to do what JJ did is right. Chow is trying to Fit a square in a round hole. If they retain Chow he has to change offense and spread it and throw it. We're not going to Sugar Bowl again but maybe some winning seasons. Pro set is great if you have the talent, speed and size but we don't. BG you have to see this and turn it around or take a step down in divisions and we will retain a lot of local talent who can play in a lower division. Once we can earn a championship who care what division. Forget the body bag games with the likes of USC, Florida, etc.
on November 2,2013 | 04:36PM
chuck4664 wrote:
watching UH football today and trying to get a quote for obmacare website the same time, very frustrating and depressing.
on November 2,2013 | 04:59PM
builderguy wrote:
Watching Fresno state, didn't we have a shot a that coach. They throw it around. Quit being so hard headed coach, this offense isn't working.
on November 2,2013 | 05:03PM
ricekidd wrote:
Ive been biting my tongue and keeping my thought to myself and surpport this team but....Man! wow.....whats up UH? getting our butt kicked hard every week must suck....i want to say keep your head up but the truth is its dam hard when you're down like this season... I hope we can get a win... one win... which looks very bleak... True Green Fan of Bow's....man we suck hard this year........
on November 2,2013 | 05:31PM
culi wrote:
To get a good division I coach, you need money, which UH does not have.
on November 2,2013 | 05:31PM
alfhawaii wrote:
Save the travel money and just come home.
on November 2,2013 | 05:37PM
alfhawaii wrote:
Leave the coach in Utah where he belongs.
on November 2,2013 | 05:38PM
false wrote:
Let's get real, folks. Like it or not, UH will never have a competitive football team in NCAA Div I. Either drop down into Div 2 or give up it's football dreams. Save the money and use it wisely for education. After all, isn't that the reason for having a state university. Let the armchair quarterbacks vent their frustration and quick cures for their local high school team. Be realistic and quit dreaming.
on November 2,2013 | 05:46PM
bumba wrote:
Bingo!
on November 2,2013 | 06:37PM
chuck4664 wrote:
i agree with you.We all must face reality.
on November 2,2013 | 06:37PM
oxtail01 wrote:
UH almost always had a competitive football team in Div.1, not at the BCS level but competitive at mid-conference level with several looks at top 30 rankings. I don't expect BCS level teams but as a long time supporter, I expect a competitive, entertaining product. That has been absent under Chow and don't expect things to improve much. I will continue to support the UH athletic program but if Chow isn't canned, my money will not going to football but into other sports.
on November 2,2013 | 06:41PM
blackmurano wrote:
False that's a false statement. University of Hawaii football has always been competitive in NCAA Division one football. Flasing back to Former Hawaii football coach Dick Tomey, He had victories over IOWA, Arizona State and a few high profile team at Aloha Stadium. Bob Wagner who replaced Dick Tomey (after 10 successfull years in Hawaii, he was hired at Arizona), Wagner team beat the number three in the naiton - BYU at Aloha Stadium. When June Jones came to Hawaii with his run and shoot, Coach JJ took Hawaii to the BCS bowl. A Hawaii football team under June Jones beat Michigan State, Arizona State, Houston and other high ranking team at Aloha Stadium. So False you are False to say our football team cannot compete with the big boys. Washington Huskies and Oregon State come to town next year and our Warriors go on the road to play Ohio State and Wisconsin in 2015. Very hopefully we will have a new "Real Football Coach" to revive Hawaii football again.
on November 2,2013 | 07:46PM
inverse wrote:
agree. UH will never attain the level of an Alabama however reaching the level of a Boise State is within reach with the right leadership leading the team. Success breeds success and failure reinforces failure. Stop blaming the players as having lack of talent as some of the best Div 1a Nd NFL players come from Hawaii. Give these players and their parents. reason to play in Hawaii for their friends and families AND a chance in the NFL if they are good enough. However right now it is best they go far away from Hawaii while Chow drags the once proud team into the depths of patheticness
on November 3,2013 | 07:07AM
Bayman wrote:
Its tough to say that its not time for a coaching change, because despite what a lot say, its the lack of quality players as well...but then again, that goes on the coaching staff for not recruiting and not developing...so tough to say, after all if the players could execute better...maybe there would be different outcomes. However, its becoming more and more clear to me that a young and hungry new ball coach is needed, its probably what the school can afford anyway.
on November 2,2013 | 06:57PM
Oahuan wrote:
When will Ben Jay realize Norm Chow is not head coach material? OPEN YOUR EYES BJ!! There is zero improvement!!
on November 2,2013 | 07:18PM
xxNOTxx wrote:
Chow's program & so called "coaching" is just ridiculously sad --- I really feel for the players for all their hard work and dedication---the players have nothing to be ashamed of.
on November 2,2013 | 07:44PM
blackmurano wrote:
Look at the Rainbownetwork blogs. .. Everyone wants Norm Chow be FIRED. . not later, but now. Our Warriors are now 0-8 on their way to 0-12 for this season. Next week they head for Navy on the east coast and face another blowout against the middies. Norm Chow was BYU's head coach legend Lavell Edwards for many years to taking the Cougers to many bowl game and high ranking. So when Lavell Edwards retired, common sense would tell you, Norm Chow would be the logical choice as Lavell Edward's replacement. But that didn't happen. Was it because Norm Chow is "non-white". He is part Chinese. I believe, so do many, Norm Chow was not selected to replace Lavell Edwards because he is not Head Football Coach material. He is a legend of a Offensive Corrdinator, but he was not born to be a head coach. Ben Jay (UH AD) if your reading this, FIRE NORM CHOW IMMEDIATELY.
on November 2,2013 | 07:37PM
Kapaho wrote:
Game over
on November 2,2013 | 08:23PM
lopaka20 wrote:
Compare Fresno State to us, We were pretty equal to them..we won some,they one some. We both fire our coaches for being so so, not excellent. They make the right choice and takes Fresno in a direction we would kill for no excuses. We wind up with a loser who everyone has a million excuses for. Why can Fresno do what they did and we can't. Wrong coach who threw away Rich Milano and Nick Rolovich because be knew better. Norm do the honorable thing and resign
on November 2,2013 | 08:35PM
TKHawaii wrote:
Now I have seen it all, a kicker who played Aussie football professionally for 6 year, 27 years old. Is the UH football program now where athletes go when they retire ?
on November 3,2013 | 03:10AM
amela wrote:
We're getting a lot better at recruiting and getting better quality kids so I have to say it must be the coaching.
on November 3,2013 | 11:54AM
amela wrote:
I also don't like him smiling when they lose!
on November 3,2013 | 11:55AM
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