Warrior Beat

Expanded coverage of UH football, including practice notes, game analysis, recruiting info and observations on the Mountain West Conference.


Rolovich comments on signing class

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by Warrior World on February 6, 2016

Coach Rolovich provided insight on his first signing class.

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Warrior Beat blog is on medical leave

by Stephen Tsai on January 15, 2016

Aloha. It’s not much of a secret, but I’ll be undergoing open-heart surgery next Friday. I think it’s something like five or six bypasses. (Things got a little blurry when I tried to add up the bill in my head.) Because of the prep work (and subsequent crankiness), the Warrior Beat blog will go on hiatus […]

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Let the games begin

by Stephen Tsai on January 14, 2016

Aloha ball began with last night’s draft of UH football players. The coaches selected 16 players to lead eight teams. The captains then drafted teammates to fill their teams. The rules are this: Points are added for good deeds, such as a group GPA of 3.0 or better, selfie of group dressed in theme costumes […]

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Glass house is half empty

by Stephen Tsai on January 13, 2016

David needed help in paying mounting financial obligations. He asked his uncle Sam for help. Sam went on and on about David’s money management problems in the past and how he always would have money problems. David noted how much he had helped Sam, recommending friends to patronize Sam’s business. But Sam went on and […]

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The Australia plan

by Stephen Tsai on January 12, 2016

With the dead period expiring at 11:59.99 on Wednesday night, the mad scramble for football prospects begins. (I guess we all had to wait for Alabama and Clemson to get settled.) But the Warriors proved last week it is thinking outside the geographical box by planting its recruiting flag on Australia soil. For the Warriors, […]

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Back to school

by Stephen Tsai on January 11, 2016

UH is back in session today. The Warriors had a team meeting last night to emphasize academics and training. The Warriors’ offseason conditioning program begins on Jan. 25, and runs to just before spring break. Spring training opens March 29. * * * * * The volleyball Warriors moved up two places, to No. 5, […]

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No slowing 83-year-old Mouse

by Stephen Tsai on January 10, 2016

This morning, 83-year-old Mouse Davis joked, “To tell you the truth, I don’t do a hell of a lot. … I’ve been sitting on my hands a lot, and wondering, What do I do with these?” But Davis’ schedule has been hectic. In the past year, he was commissioner/head coach of a pro football league […]

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Warriors land versatile Australian player

by Stephen Tsai on January 9, 2016

Things are looking up Down Under. The Warriors secured a commitment from Max Hendrie, a versatile rugby/football player from Sydney, Australia. Paul Manera, a former Warrior who serves as mentor, said Hendrie is 6 feet 4, 245 pounds and capable of running 40 yards in 4.53 seconds. Hendrie is a December 2014 graduate of The […]

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Match night: Harvard

by Stephen Tsai on January 8, 2016

The volleyball Warriors were overpowering in their season-opening sweep of King last night. Each of the scores was 25-14. King managed only six natural points, including one in the final set. And Stijn van Tilburg had a memorable debut, with a 14-0-15 line. The Warrior also mixed it up a few times, with setter Jennings […]

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Match day: King

by Stephen Tsai on January 7, 2016

The volleyball Warriors open the 2016 season tonight against King in the first round of the Outrigger Resorts Invitational in the Stan Sheriff Center. Here’s what we know … … Um, uh, well … OK, OK, King is a bit of a mystery. The Tornado — that’s a singular collective noun, like Cardinal, Heat and […]

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