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Navy brings all kinds of trouble - Hawaii Sports

There are 46 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Nov 24, 2009, titled Navy brings all kinds of trouble - Hawaii Sports. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Knowing what to expect from Navy is one thing. Defending against the Midshipmen and their triple-option offense is quite another.

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satch7

Honolulu, HI

#1 Nov 24, 2009
Watching the Navy-UH football game is a preview of watching the next UH football coach who is a TRUE WARRIOR-PROVEN COACH-PROVEN RECRUITER-PROVEN STRATEGIST IN BIG TIME DIV. 1 FOOTBALL GAMES = KEN NIUMATALOLO.

His football schedule this year is 100x more difficult than the powder puff schedule UH had this year with the likes of Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, Temple, Air Force etc...compared to UH's Central Arkansas & the whole WAC powder puff conference.
Ulua

Lewiston, ID

#2 Nov 24, 2009
Imua Navy
lee smith

Waipahu, HI

#3 Nov 24, 2009
Now the people of Hawaii will see if Coach Mac is really worth one million dollars. Navy is a good football team, not one of the poor teams we have been playing.
huh

Pearl City, HI

#4 Nov 24, 2009
lee smith wrote:
Now the people of Hawaii will see if Coach Mac is really worth one million dollars. Navy is a good football team, not one of the poor teams we have been playing.
coach mack has got the team in as good of shape as we can expect at this point

Navy is a bit over-rated, recent teams they have played are poor too --- you are talking Delaware and Notre Dame

we will see if Navy has their team prepared to handle this road trip
Kawika

Kenilworth, IL

#5 Nov 24, 2009
huh wrote:
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coach mack has got the team in as good of shape as we can expect at this point
Navy is a bit over-rated, recent teams they have played are poor too --- you are talking Delaware and Notre Dame
we will see if Navy has their team prepared to handle this road trip
Yes, Notre Dame... Essentially, the same Notre Dame squad,(with the addition of the best recruit out of The State Of Hawaii,) who kicked UH's okole 10 ways to 1, in the Sweetheart Bowl last year... If somehow, UH pulls off an upset, Wisconsin better make sure no WAC game officials are within a hundred miles of Oahu...
pinoyropadope

Pearl City, HI

#6 Nov 24, 2009
Kawika wrote:
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Yes, Notre Dame... Essentially, the same Notre Dame squad,(with the addition of the best recruit out of The State Of Hawaii,) who kicked UH's okole 10 ways to 1, in the Sweetheart Bowl last year... If somehow, UH pulls off an upset, Wisconsin better make sure no WAC game officials are within a hundred miles of Oahu...
you don't actually think Notre Dame has a quality football team after being slapped down by Connecticut --- ha, ha --- ND is living off their past and a highly corrupt BCS payout system

so yes, although you were offended --- ND and Delaware and can be mention in the same breath

Since: Jul 08

PDX/HNL

#7 Nov 24, 2009
ND did kick UH last Christmas, and it's the same team that lost to UConn and Navy this year. The way I see it, that means that Navy may be primed to kick UH around like a rag doll.

All depends on how disciplined those guys up front are on defense, and if the coaches for UH have got the players properly prepared.

And then the following week...power running game from Wisconsin. Talk about brutal...going from one extreme to the other. Scold the AD for this schedule! Next time, schedule Navy the first game of the season. And speaking of future schedules, why would you schedule USC, Army and Colorado three weeks in a row? You guys gonna get beat up before the WAC gets going.
GulfWriter

Honolulu, HI

#8 Nov 24, 2009
lee smith wrote:
Now the people of Hawaii will see if Coach Mac is really worth one million dollars. Navy is a good football team, not one of the poor teams we have been playing.
Enough already about Coach Mack's salary. I am just plain tired of ready comments abut this. You don't like coach Mack. Okay, blast away and criticize him. But that has nothing to do with his salary. UH administration offered him the salary and he accepted. Done.
COlohe1

Honolulu, HI

#9 Nov 24, 2009
pinoyropadope wrote:
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you don't actually think Notre Dame has a quality football team after being slapped down by Connecticut --- ha, ha --- ND is living off their past and a highly corrupt BCS payout system
so yes, although you were offended --- ND and Delaware and can be mention in the same breath
This game is about Navy vs UH........and UH is going to get slapped down the same way that ND was slapped down by Navy and UConn.........only its going to be much worse for UH.
NAVY

Walnut Creek, CA

#10 Nov 24, 2009
Go WARRIORS!!!!!!!!!!
huh

Waimanalo, HI

#11 Nov 24, 2009
go rainbows!!!!!
awoia

Honolulu, HI

#12 Nov 24, 2009
satch7 wrote:
Watching the Navy-UH football game is a preview of watching the next UH football coach who is a TRUE WARRIOR-PROVEN COACH-PROVEN RECRUITER-PROVEN STRATEGIST IN BIG TIME DIV. 1 FOOTBALL GAMES = KEN NIUMATALOLO.
His football schedule this year is 100x more difficult than the powder puff schedule UH had this year with the likes of Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, Temple, Air Force etc...compared to UH's Central Arkansas & the whole WAC powder puff conference.
Whats a powder puff.
Kawika

Kenilworth, IL

#13 Nov 24, 2009
pinoyropadope wrote:
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you don't actually think Notre Dame has a quality football team after being slapped down by Connecticut --- ha, ha --- ND is living off their past and a highly corrupt BCS payout system
so yes, although you were offended --- ND and Delaware and can be mention in the same breath
Not the least bit offended, being anything but a Notre Dame loyalist... That said, with any level of objectivity, Notre Dame is a much stronger team than Delaware, and my main point, is as mediocre as they are by any rational standard, essentially the same team mopped the floor with UH, in a glamorized home game for UH masquerading as a bowl game... Agreed on your ND BCS observation, albeit, a double OT loss to a fair UCONN team, and a two point loss, with Navy hanging on at South Bend, are anything but Slap Downs... I'd submit, Notre Dame vs. UH in The Hawaii Bowl is exhibit A of a slap down... Maybe more recently, Boise at UH... Let's face it, ain't no time for UH Football to be talking smack with the weak product... Could be years of futility with teams like Idaho, La Tech and Utah State, all having relatively young, charismatic, talented coaches... Something, UH does not have...
oldfart

Honolulu, HI

#14 Nov 24, 2009
Navy is good. we have to play one of our best games this year to stay close.

Remember folks, Navy represents the best young men and women this country has to offer. They are scholar athletes selected by congressional appointment. They are truly our future leaders and may lay down their lives defending us some day. Coach Ken is also one of us and we should applaud his success. He is a role model for all people from Hawaii. DO NOT BOO NAVY WHEN THEY ENTER THE STADIUM. Show some class. We should all celebrate the game for what it is; hopefully a well played football game. Having said that, GO HAWAII, BEAT NAVY!
Da kine

Union City, NJ

#15 Nov 24, 2009
Go for Broke!!!!!!!!!!
Coach Katooze

Honolulu, HI

#16 Nov 24, 2009
Talk about fair weather fans.......You guys mo betta' move to Florida or Texas so guys goin have garenz winnahs all da time.

No can you guys no mo faith in our boyz. Shame....

How many of you guys when actually play back in da day? Give our guys credit. They trying hard....

Cheeezssh!!!!!!!!!
the thai kid

Bangkok, Thailand

#17 Nov 24, 2009
hawaii will not sink navys ship......navy will crack them and go on to be 7-3 thus sinking hawaiis hope for a christmas game.......
America First

Honolulu, HI

#18 Nov 24, 2009
oldfart wrote:
DO NOT BOO NAVY WHEN THEY ENTER THE STADIUM. Show some class. We should all celebrate the game for what it is; hopefully a well played football game. Having said that, GO HAWAII, BEAT NAVY!


Amen! Let's go Bows!
coach katooze

Honolulu, HI

#19 Nov 24, 2009
Somebody tell Coach Mac they should have the recievers and backs sleepover at Aloha Stadium in both end zones this week.
No scared da end zone bruddahs !!!!
Geeve em on Sat.!!!!

Coach Tooze...
pinoyropadope

Pearl City, HI

#20 Nov 24, 2009
Kawika wrote:
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... Let's face it, ain't no time for UH Football to be talking smack with the weak product... Could be years of futility with teams like Idaho, La Tech and Utah State, all having relatively young, charismatic, talented coaches... Something, UH does not have...
I can't think of a better defensive mind for preparing for this game than Greg McMackin --- it is no coindence that two of the most successful June Jones years included Mack

there are no excuses for the low points of this season --- but there is great hope that we finish strong --- and Navy is not a dominant power house that makes this an impossible task

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