Archive for September, 2008

Alexander, Rausch take backup reps

September 30th, 2008
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Tyler Graunke participated in individual passing drills, but JC transfers Greg Alexander and Brent Rausch took the backup QB reps to starter Inoke Funaki at this morning’s practice. Coach Greg McMackin told Jason Kaneshiro he wants to get the JC guys more work. Graunke’s hand is still not 100 percent. … About a half dozen Warriors did punishment drills after practice. … No test results yet for injured DT Rocky Savaiigaea.

Wahine vs. SJSU 9-29

September 29th, 2008
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Some lineup changes for Hawaii.Mafua ill. Brandt will start.Cubi-Otineru out.Hittle will be out OH, Ka’aihui at L 

48 Hours

September 29th, 2008
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Greg McMackin told the team it’s time to move on from the San Jose State loss and look ahead. You’re allowed to wallow in a loss 48 hours, and then that’s it.

Saturday’s task is daunting, at Fresno State.

McMackin reiterated what Jason reported today, that Inoke Funaki remains the starting quarterback.

Three players will be doing punishment drills for personal fouls committed in Saturday’s game. McMackin is questioning several other calls, and plans to send them to the conference for review.

McMackin said WR Malcolm Lane (concussion), RB Kealoha Pilares (concussion) and CB Ryan Mouton (ribs) will be OK to play against FSU after suffering injuries against SJSU. DT Rocky Savaiigaea (triceps) is out and starting to look like a good candidate for a medical redshirt. LB Blaze Soares (calf, ankle) remains out.

Can this be fixed?

September 28th, 2008
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Hawaii is now 1-3 after its ugly loss (six turnovers, 115 penalty yards) to San Jose State last night. Can what ails the Warriors be cured as they head into the meat of the WAC schedule, including games at Fresno State and Boise State? 

Concussions

September 28th, 2008
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RB Kealoha Pilares and WR Malcolm Lane both suffered concussions in last night’s 20-17 loss to San Jose State. Both were shaken up in the first half, Pilares after scoring his second touchdown.