Warriors run out of gas on road - Haw...

Warriors run out of gas on road - Hawaii Sports

There are 29 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Sep 20, 2009, titled Warriors run out of gas on road - Hawaii Sports. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

HENDERSON, Nev.>> Like so many before, the Hawaii football team rolled the dice praying for that big payoff.

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Tuitonga

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#21 Sep 21, 2009
This is a difficult loss mainly because they had the game in control but lost opportunities. I still don't understand why you load up the right side when he is a right handed thrower. Just like USC made a mistake a few years ago when Young was quarterback at Texas. You live and learn but some never do learn when calling the plays.
StateofdaState

Winthrop, MA

#22 Sep 21, 2009
kimo wrote:
UH's pass defense was bad, Real bad. UH played their zone defense way too soft. Even a high school QB could have passed against UH. The UNLV receivers were so wide open, and UH did not adjust. The UH defensive coach is Clearly to blame for this lost and the UH secondary should have played the receivers tighter.
Totally agreed...UH pass defense lost the game for us saturday night...Stopping the opponent from scoring or advancing down field is way more important than putting points on the board ourselves...

Our offense on the other hand looked pretty good and continued to score when we had possession...My only complaint would be to have better time management in crunch time....
no need

Honolulu, HI

#23 Sep 21, 2009
UNLV just gave the rest of the WAC the formula on how to beat the Warriors.
Throw the ball and deep.

“s'up”

Since: Sep 07

Davis, CA now King City, CA

#24 Sep 21, 2009
million dollar coach wrote:
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What game were you watching? UNLV shredded the defense all of second half and the offense and coaching puked in crunch time. If this was a "great job" I would hate to see a bad one.
+10
where was the UH defense in the second half?

The Rebels' performance on third downs added to the wear on the Warriors defense. UNLV went 10-for-16 on third-down situations, converting all six in their final three scoring drives. The winning touchdown came on third and goal from the 15.
Alice Gigalo

Honolulu, HI

#25 Sep 21, 2009
DADDY LAU wrote:
What gas???????? The only gas the Warriors had was from eating beans at the buffet!!!!!!!!
Me and Alice was rolling in the sack...like she said UH should have thrown in the towel after the first half to save themselves the embarassment of making fools of themselves!
Methane Gas

Honolulu, HI

#26 Sep 21, 2009
DADDY LAU wrote:
What gas???????? The only gas the Warriors had was from eating beans at the buffet!!!!!!!!
That with Pork and Beans...I think UH QB need to get a ventilator to avoid breathing all that "gas" from the center?

And besides, that what happens when the team go visit the "Chicken Ranch" in Nevada, being hand-cuffed and whipped by those transviesttees! Can't function too well with all that stomach gas and sore rear ends!
hey

Honolulu, HI

#27 Sep 21, 2009
sdb1147 wrote:
Two minutes and nine seconds of possession time in the third quarter. Net yards rushing - 28. Poor tackling. No rushing the QB.#4 allowing three touchdowns on exactly the same kind of play. And last but not least, our QB throwing so many balls away or poorly. No wonder we lost.
It wasn't Tank Hopkins fault...it was the coaches fault for not giving him some help...it was a classic mismatch with Tank at 5'9 and Payne at 6'3.
They saw the match up so many times, but still didn't make the adjustments.
Tank stayed with his man, and was always in position, he just didn't have the height.
Don't blame Tank, blame the defensive coaches.
hey

Honolulu, HI

#28 Sep 21, 2009
And what is it with the SB bot and H O P K I N S?
Wahiawa Mahus

Wahiawa, HI

#29 Sep 21, 2009
Methane Gas wrote:
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That with Pork and Beans...I think UH QB need to get a ventilator to avoid breathing all that "gas" from the center?
And besides, that what happens when the team go visit the "Chicken Ranch" in Nevada, being hand-cuffed and whipped by those transviesttees! Can't function too well with all that stomach gas and sore rear ends!
I think Mack the coach got the same treatment from Brutus, the 6 foot 7, 350 lb Wahiawa Mahu who prowls Mango street late at night!

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