Hawaii-Charleston Southern in-game comments

September 24th, 2010
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We did find a point spread: confirmed with both sides of the law. Hawaii by 32.

Where are all the students? This is their first “free” game.

53 Responses to “Hawaii-Charleston Southern in-game comments”

  1. kev-1:

    The SHOULD have no problem, but until the defense proves otherwise, I’m going to say its a close one again.

    UH 38, CSU 35

    P.S. How about getting Salas a couple of TD’s.


  2. hapaguy:

    This is the game where they put it all together. My prediction: 52-7 GO BOWS!


  3. Hilo_Warrior:

    I gotta a feeling that UH Will take care of this one.

    66 to 10 LOL

    Nah nah

    I am gonna say 52 to 17


  4. aaronavilla:

    49-13


  5. uhwarriors:

    UH 45
    CS 17


  6. ct:

    UH 52 – CS 17


  7. OldDiver:

    UH——49
    CS——-7

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  8. MauiSlugbug:

    UH 42 – CSU 35

    UH takes a 35-7 lead at halftime, then CSU makes adjustments and roars back in the second half. I hope the Warriors prove me wrong and play two solid halves.


  9. al:

    Uh38 CSU40


  10. hawnpunch:

    UH 49
    CSU 21


  11. al:

    can we score in the red/dead zone; or do we need to stay out of there and try and score from outside the 20.


  12. Hoohiki:

    I don’t think we should take CSU too lightly. FCS or not, UH has not been playing well. If the staff and players start thinking this is an FCS team; a walk in the park, and this is a get-well game, the arrogance will surely get them a loss. But, I think the warriors will have the right attitude and will win, but not by much.


  13. dakaneohei:

    41-20 UH


  14. Raudi:

    38-17


  15. redhill:

    UH 24, CSU 10


  16. cocobean:

    CSU is here on vacation. Sightseeing, snorkeling at Hanauma, luau tonight. If UH takes care of business it shouldn’t be close. Thirty point plus win.

    But who knows. Maybe it’s part of their game plan to lull UH into thinking that this is going to be easy. Hope the players aren’t thinking all they have to do is show up and CSU will rollover.


  17. roysan16:

    Johnny-on-the-spot-game?

    Predict 1 sack.

    2 interceptions by the defense.

    The O and D seizes the moment.

    Coach Mack is smiling on the sideline. The band plays “Smooth Operator.”

    The fans cheer wildly. Loud. Proudly.

    UH over CSU

    55-25


  18. dreardon:

    Not sure it’s smart to use the flea flicker for the first time in this game: Unless you want to give LaTech and other conference opponents something to think about.


  19. K-Tom:

    Just visited your blog for the first time in a long while. Your question as to “where are all the students?” caught my eye. Ever since I moved here in 1985, there seemed to be not that much interest in attracting students to games in any sport. The nurtured attitude was that UH teams belonged to the state — not just to the university and its students. Whether off campus or on campus, students seemed pretty much absent. The problem is a long-term problem that requires much more than lip service. Short story is that students-as-fans were ignored for years and years. You can’t change that overnight. There have been many missed opportunities to capitalize on the excitement of certain teams’ special years. But, then, the bean counters didn’t need the students then. Short-sighted? At least, and a lot more.


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