By now you’ve heard or read about the uptempo pace of the Hawaii football practice on Tuesday, the first under new coach Norm Chow.
There was little wasted motion and plenty of verbal motivation from assistant coaches urging players to move quickly from drill to drill.
The intensity of pre-camp conditioning sessions prepared the players psychologically and physically for the pace.
“There were days when the goal was to grind us into the dirt and make us throw up,” quarterback David Graves said. “Some days like boot camp, a military regimen.”
Sounds like a big difference from the Super Games of the previous regime, when part of the offseason training was intramural-style competition in games like basketball and dodgeball.
According to numerous news reports, former UH center Samson Satele signed with the Indianapolis Colts today.