Monday, October 20, 2014         


 Skid continues
To exit Qualcomm Stadium, the University of Hawaii football team had to walk through a dim tunnel-like corridor to the parking lot. If there is a proverbial light at the end of this tunnel, it was not visible on Saturday night in a 20-10 loss to San Diego State.  Story »
Twice in a matter of seconds kick returner Keelan Ewaliko had his breath taken away Saturday night. The first time was after racing the length of the Qualcomm Stadium field with the second-half kickoff return for the University of Hawaii. Story »

South Korean duo Hee Kyung Bae and Kyu Jung Baek both shot 4-under 68s to take a share of the lead after the third round of the LPGA's KEB-HanaBank Championship on Saturday. Story »

In the week leading to Saturday's game against San Diego State, the University of Hawaii football team crafted a strategy based on patience. Three key players — quarterback Ikaika Woolsey, running back Steven Lakalaka and linebacker Tevita Lataimua — had medical issues. Story »

Isaac Fotu could have blamed a few factors on a slow start. He preferred to just keep playing. The Hawaii star put in solid work during his first extended fullcourt action of the preseason — 40 minutes worth of officiated intrasquad scrimmages on Saturday. Story »

When the question "What do the Aztecs still have to work on?" was posed to him after SDSU's 20-10 win over Hawaii at Qualcomm Stadium on Saturday night, the coach reeled off a long list that included just about every aspect of play. Story »

For Sunday, October 19, 2014
No. 4 Seasiders win 11th straight • Lam in, 2 out in tennis regional • Gealer is the lone Wahine standing • UH men lose swimming dual meet • Roller derby for breast cancer awareness
For Sunday, October 19, 2014
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For Sunday, October 19, 2014
What's on the air today and tomorrow. Listings are Oceanic analog/digital.
How, you might wonder, do you lose a school-record 16 road games in a row? Well, the University of Hawaii football team packed an explanation into one painfully revealing 3-hour, 16-minute Reader's Digest version of futility Saturday night. Story »

As of Saturday afternoon it appeared Ana wouldn't get close enough to Oahu to cause major damage. But the threat of the storm forced evacuation of Saturday's schedule and created a Friday night lineup of Hawaii high school football match-ups unprecedented in mass appeal and intrigue. Story »

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