The Tennessee Titans drafted quarterback Cole McDonald in the 7th round (224th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft, while cornerback Rojesterman Farris and receiver JoJo Ward inked free agent deals.
(UPDATED 2/19/2020 with UH press release and official coaching titles)
Todd Graham has completed his first UH coaching staff, filling the last four assistant coach vacancies. Let’s take a closer look at the four new coaches
and who projects to coach which players.
Hawaii football head coach Todd Graham has announced most of his staff hires and added seven new recruits to the 2020 class.
Many people have heard of redshirting and the now-2-year-old rule that allows a player to play up to four games and still keep his redshirt status.
But what the heck is a grayshirt, a blueshirt, and a greenshirt? If you have no clue what these terms mean, it’s best to read this article before reading my next blog post detailing UH’s latest coaches and recruits.
Just hours ago, UH released a statement that Todd Graham has been named the school’s 24th head football coach, succeeding Nick Rolovich. Pulling yet another “quick” blog post out of my hat, let’s look closer at the last few days of the head coaching search and a bit on Graham’s career to date.
Well, this isn’t exactly how I wanted to interrupt my work week. In what has been a depressing past few days for UH football fans, Cole McDonald last week declared for the NFL draft and tonight, head coach Nick Rolovich accepted the job to become Washington State’s next head coach.
Unfortunately, due to an extremely busy schedule, I left this blog untouched all year, but I watched every UH game this past season. I couldn’t be more pleased with how things went.
And just like that, three months passed since my last post. Even though I haven’t seen one snap of fall camp, I’ve kept up with Stephen Tsai’s Warrior Beat as much as I can. Here’s my take on UH’s offense and defense.
As many Hawaii football fans expected, Jahlani Tavai and John Ursua, the two best UH players on their respective sides of the ball, were drafted in the 2019 NFL Draft. Let’s take a closer look at the picks.
In what could be a major acquisition for the UH football team, former All-State offensive lineman Michael Eletise plans to transfer home to play for the Warriors.