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'Sai of relief' does whatever it takes

By Stephen Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 23, 2014

~~<p>In Hawaii's first two weeks of training camp, whenever an offensive lineman needed a breather, <strong>Kiha Sai </strong>would rush onto the field.</p>
<p>The reserve player -- who would come to be known as &quot;Sai of relief&quot;-- would inevitably be told, &quot;Thanks for the offer, but we need the next player in line.&quot; Or an R-rated version of that order.</p>
~~

In Hawaii's first two weeks of training camp, whenever an offensive lineman needed a breather, Kiha Sai would rush onto the field.

The reserve player -- who would come to be known as "Sai of relief"-- would inevitably be told, "Thanks for the offer, but we need the next player in line." Or an R-rated version of that order. Login for more...



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