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Miano, Passas to coach at Manning Passing Academy

By Ferd Lewis

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LAST UPDATED: 09:43 a.m. HST, May 07, 2014


Rich Miano and Vince Passas will serve as coaches at the prestigious Manning Passing Academy this summer, it was announced.

The offensive skills camp at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La., July 10-13, is run by the Manning family, Archie, Peyton, Eli and Cooper.

Miano led Kaiser High to the 2013 HHSAA Division II championship before resigning last month and Passas has tutored a long line at quarterbacks at Saint Louis School.







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Oahuan wrote:
Isn't that helmet kinda big?
on May 6,2014 | 11:52AM
kailua000 wrote:
hhahahah think its the angle of the photo.
on May 7,2014 | 02:11AM
browniegirl wrote:
Vinnie Passas began his coaching career at Kaiser, possibly around the same time when Miano was there as a player.
on May 6,2014 | 01:06PM
koji wrote:
why did miano leave Kaiser? pressure from neighborhood?
on May 6,2014 | 03:50PM
OldDiver wrote:
Nope, archaic school administration stuck in neutral.
on May 6,2014 | 08:15PM
kailua000 wrote:
everyone in the neighborhood wanted him to stay, except the ones with kids at Kamehameha and Punahou who boo hoo, didnt want a disruptive carnival in their neighborhood raising money for the public school.
on May 7,2014 | 02:20AM
false wrote:
Nope. Big headed. He thought he was bigger than the admin and principal at Kaiser.
on May 7,2014 | 10:47AM
oxtail01 wrote:
What? No invite for the offensive genious Chow?
on May 6,2014 | 08:47PM
pueohonua wrote:
Why would a prestigious school like Manning need Miano?
on May 6,2014 | 10:01PM
kailua000 wrote:
why do people in hawaii keep giving Miano a hard time. A Kaiser grad, state champion swimmer, walk on at Hawaii who could have gone elsewhere but he wanted to stay home, gave back to UH while in the NFL for 11 years, came back and coached at UH for 13 years, could have gone many places for much more money, was the NFL Liason who ran a really good pro day (as opposed to the junk that Chow had last year) stayed here and coached at Kaiser instead of going to one of multiple coaching opportunities on the mainland, and still, people question him? Maybe Manning sees he's a good coach but people in Hawaii see he's just some Haole guy
on May 7,2014 | 02:15AM
kailua000 wrote:
Why would they not want him, they are not from Hawaii. Hawaii treats this man like dirt. He walked on at UH because he wanted to be there (unlike many with talent who leave), gave back toUH while in the NFL for 11 years, Coached at UH for 13 years where he wanted to be, wanted to be in Hawaii to raise his kids, could have left for more money anytime, ran the NFL pro days professionally unlike the mess Chows staff has made of it, got release and was wanted by several major programs but chose to stay and coach at Kaiser, his alma mater, turned the program around. and you ask why Manning needs him? A dedicated, good coach, good person.
on May 7,2014 | 02:19AM
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