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.
After the early signing period, the Warriors had approximately seven more scholarships to count towards the 2019 class. UH received eight scholarship commitments and pledges from others to join as preferred walk-ons. Let’s break down the rest of the class.
In mid-December, the Warriors signed 13 recruits and reaffirmed three grayshirt commitments during the early signing period. Let’s take a closer look at the signees – and even the “blueshirts” whose scholarships will also count towards the 2019 class.
Unfortunately, it was not a Merry Christmas for the UH football team, as they fell to former WAC foe Louisiana Tech, 34-14, in the 2018 SoFi Hawaii Bowl. Let’s break down what happened.
The Warriors will face an old WAC foe, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, in the SoFi Hawaii Bowl on December 22 at Aloha Stadium. Let’s break down the matchup and the history a bit more.
In what was probably a fitting way to end the regular season, another crazy game culminated with Hawaii eking out a 31-30 overtime win over San Diego State. Let’s break down what went down.
On Senior Night, a true freshman star was born. Chevan Cordeiro completed a fourth quarter comeback for the ages, as UH scored 22 unanswered points for a 35-28 win. Let’s relive the magic.
It was a long, miserable day at Aloha Stadium for the Warriors, as #18-ranked Utah State flexed its running abilities in a 56-17 rout of Hawaii. Let’s break the carnage down.