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Warriors hire coaches for receivers and D-line

  • DAVID MCINTYRE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Hawaii Warriors head coach Nick Rolovich at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada in November.

The University of Hawaii football team has completed its full-time coaching staff, hiring Andre Allen as receivers coach and Ricky Logo to coach the defensive linemen.

Allen was offensive coordinator at City College of San Francisco, which has won 10 junior-college national championships, including six since 2000. The past season, the Rams averaged 42.9 points and 485.5 yards per game. Allen was the CCSF’s receivers coach when UH head coach Nick Rolovich played quarterback for the Rams in 1998 and 1999.

Logo, who was born in American Samoa, was Colorado State’s defensive line coach the past three seasons. The CSU defensive assistants were released after defensive coordinator Marty English retired at the end of the 2017 season. The Rams averaged 5.2 tackles for loss and 2.1 sacks per game.

Prior to his stint at CSU, Logo was at Houston for three seasons through 2014.

Earlier, it was confirmed that Mark Weber, who has 37 years of coaching experience, was hired as UH’s offensive line coach.

Rolovich filled the five vacancies following the 2017 season. Two weeks ago, Corey Batoon was named defensive coordinator and Mark Banker was hired as assistant head coach and linebackers coach.

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