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USC Football

'Bows starting quarterback decision may not happen during spring training

A physical day six of University of Hawaii football spring training camp meant the team’s first day in full pads.

It also meant a decision regarding the quarterback competition — a decision that there may not be a decision. 304 more words

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Scraps, physicality fill day 4 of Rainbow Warrior spring practice

Fighting and tackling are both no-no’s for the Rainbow Warrior football team at this point in spring practice, but good luck keeping the game of football under 100 miles-per-hour. 127 more words

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UH football team and staff start practice with new purpose

The 2015 edition of the UH Rainbow Warrior football team hit the practice field for the first time Saturday morning.

Head coach Norm Chow enters his 4th season in Manoa with a complete makeover: Two new coordinators, three new assistant coaches, and 12 new players on the roster. 100 more words

News

Agasiva set to anchor offensive line for 'Bows

Mililani 6’5 290 lb. offensive lineman Jordan Agasiva added to a dream 2014-2015 school year this morning, signing a letter of intent to play football for the University of Hawaii. 21 more words

Sports

Demarest out as Rainbow Warrior assistant

For the third time this offseason, the University of Hawai’i football team has a vacancy in an assistant coaching position.

KHON2 sports has confirmed that Chris Demarest, one of head coach Norm Chow’s original assistants with the program, is leaving UH for family reasons. 65 more words

Sports

Hawaii AD Ben Jay resigns; football coach Norm Chow retained

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay resigned Tuesday after a two-year tenure marked by failed efforts to stop the university’s athletic department from losing money. 509 more words

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