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Hawaii announced in a press release that sophomore LB Jerrol Garcia-Williams tore his ACL versus the Beavers, and will miss the remainder of the 2014 season.

The 6-foot-2, 215 pound linebacker started 14 games for Hawaii, including both of the Hawaii's games this season. Garcia-Williams was fifth on the team in tackles with 67 total tackles, including 3.0 for loss, and one sack in 2013.
Sep 10 - 3:22 PM

Hawaii is considering dropping its football program.

Warriors' AD Ben Jay told the school's board of regents on Monday that the athletics department is facing a $2.1 million budget deficit. "There's a very real possibility of football going away," he said. Hawaii might become a victim of autonomy, as they don't have enough money to cover the cost-of-attendance stipend. "We're going to have to generate more revenue," Jay told a reporter. "There's no doubt about that." Not so long ago, Hawaii played in the Sugar Bowl. They are 33-45 since June Jones left the islands.
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 19 - 12:28 AM

Hawaii redshirt junior DT Calen Friel is "large, mobile and forces the action when focused on the task at hand," writes Tony Pauline.

"I have a feeling it's going to be another ugly campaign for Hawaii which is sad," Pauline lamented as a preface to discussing the one intriguing prospect he found on the Warriors. "It's always nice to see the team from paradise be competitive." As for Friel, whom Pauline mentioned caught his eye during a review of game film, the analyst currently grades him as a UDFA. Friel, of course, has two seasons of eligibility to make good on his potential.
Jul 7 - 2:14 PM

NFL.com's Gil Brandt believes Hawaii DE Tavita Woodward's "best chance to make it in the NFL is as a 3-4 linebacker."

Woodward (6-foot-3 3/8, 250 pounds) ran the 40 in 4.70 seconds at Hawaii's pro day; he wasn't invited to the combine. Those are some pretty good measurables for an OLB projected to be a priority free agent. He needs a ton of work, however. "Developmental prospect with the heart and desire to take a chance molding," reads NFL.com's scouting report. "Would be best with simplified assignments where he could be unleashed to attack."
Source: NFL.com
Apr 17 - 10:33 PM

Hawaii head coach Norm Chow compared redshirt sophomore QB Taylor Graham to Carson Palmer.

Graham is an Ohio State transfer and will go into his first season of eligibility with the Warriors in 2013. He did not see the field during two years at Ohio State and transferred once Braxton Miller gained the starting position.
Mon, May 6, 2013 08:50:00 AM

Packers selected Maryland WR Kevin Dorsey with the No. 224 overall pick.

The 6-foot-1, 211-pound wideout is coming off an unproductive senior season for the Terrapins. Thanks in part to continual issues at quarterback, Dorsey caught more than 18 passes just once in four college seasons. He'll likely be stashed on the practice squad as a developmental prospect for the WR-rich Packers.
Sat, Apr 27, 2013 06:27:00 PM

Hawaii junior OL Blake Muir will reportedly finish his collegiate eligibility at Baylor.

Baylor recently awarded Muir's brother a scholarship, which likely played a large role in this decision. Georgia Tech was also in pursuit of Muir, who will have two years of eligibility remaining after sitting out the 2013 season.
Fri, Feb 15, 2013 11:16:00 AM

Hawaii junior CB Mike Edwards will enter April's NFL Draft.

Edwards has two children, so that likely plays a big role in his decision. We don't expect him to be more than a third day selection, but we aren't in a position to determine if a prospect is making a poor decision or not. Edwards definitely had his ups and downs this season, and the game against USC was a microcosm of that.
Wed, Jan 2, 2013 12:11:00 PM

Senior Iuta Tepa will transfer from UCLA to Hawaii and is expected to line up at OLB.

Tepa has experience as a pass rushing defensive end at UCLA, but in Hawaii's defense he will fit best as an outside linebacker. The senior only saw action off the bench, but played in 25 games in the last two years and registered 11 tackles for loss including three sacks.
Tue, Aug 21, 2012 12:50:00 PM

Former top recruit DB Demar Dorsey was not cleared by the NCAA to play for Hawaii for the 2012 season and will transfer to Arizona Western.

Dorsey has had a crazy college career, and he's only a redshirt sophomore. First, he spent the 2011 season at Grand Rapids Community College. Then, the defensive back was granted his release from Michigan before ever playing a down for them, and after many speculated he would end up at Louisville or Florida State, Dorsey chose Hawaii. However, Hawaii's petition for Dorsey to play this fall did not pass so he will have to move down a level of competition in order to play in 2012.
Mon, Aug 13, 2012 08:44:00 PM

Duke transfer Sean Schroeder has been named Hawaii's starting QB by head coach Norm Chow.

Chow looked for two requirements, command of a pro-style offense and command of a huddle, when making his decision. In simulated game situations, Schroeder reportedly stood out among his competition after coming from a similar offense at Duke. The former Blue Devil is not currently on scholarship despite having two seasons of eligibility remaining. Schroeder did not attempt a pass at Duke.
Tue, Aug 7, 2012 09:41:00 AM

Bryant Moniz's 7 TD passes in the first half Saturday matched a record held by three others.

Make a little elbow room, Dennis Shaw (1969), Terry Dean (1994) and Doug Johnson (1997). Bryant Moniz matched your feat with 7 TD passes in one half – the first -- in the Warriors’ 56-14 win over visiting UC-Davis. Moniz also threw for a school-record 424 yards passing in one half. Shaw played for San Diego State and Dean and Johnson were slingin' it for Steve Spurrier at Florida.
Mon, Sep 26, 2011 02:48:00 PM

Hawaii starting receiver Darius Bright, a junior JC transer, was suspended for Saturday's opener along with LB Aaron Brown following their arrest.

After redshirting last season, there was much anticipation surrounding Bright's debut. With three of last season's top four receivers gone from a passing game that was the nation's best (394.3 yads) a year ago, the former City College of San Franciso player is expected to be a big (6-foot-3, 230) and fleet target for QB Brian Moniz.
Source: KHON2.com
Mon, Aug 29, 2011 11:49:00 AM

All year the prolific Hawaii passing attack had gone through slot receivers Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares as both finished the regular season with over 1,000 yards receiving.  However, in the Hawaii Bowl, Pilares went down with an injury and that is when outside receiver Royce Pollard stepped up.  Pollard had eight catches for 129 yards and a score while Salas put up a career night with 13 grabs for 214 yards and two touchdowns.

Salas, Pilares, and Rodney Bradley are gone which means that the receiving load will have to be carried by Pollard and Darius Bright next season.
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Mon, Dec 27, 2010 09:30:00 PM

Hawaii wide receivers Greg Salas, Kealoha Pilares, and Royce Pollard all had big games as the Warriors rolled on UNLV.  Pilares led the charge with 157 yards and a touchdown, Salas added 94 yards and two scores, and Pollard had 95 yards and a score of his own.

Salas and Pilares are gone after this year which opens the door for Pollard and Darius Bright to breakout.
Source: -
Mon, Dec 6, 2010 08:00:00 PM


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