By Jason Tang - bio | email
MANOA (KHNL) - Rodney Bradley may not have registered the biggest numbers in the Warriors' 2009 season opener, but his game winning catch with 88 seconds left in the game made him a household name in the Islands.
"It was pretty big, I don't know how to explain, Greg put the ball in a perfect spot and I was able to make the play on it, yeah it was pretty big, and then I got all the calls and text after the game," said Bradley.
A native of Texas, Bradley is used to doing things big, but, living in an Island State 25 times smaller than the Lone Star State, has it's perks.
"Here is always nice, beautiful ladies, beautiful area, so it's a plus, but it is a long way from home and when I first got here I had problems being homesick, but as the season went along it washed away a little bit," said Bradley.
Besides Aloha Stadium, Bradley is also hoping to get around and see places like Pearl Harbor. He's also looking to experience another popular Island activity, but it's definitely not surfing.
"I want to go para-sailing one time, at least once, I don't want to go surfing, I don't know I'm scared of that. I just don't want to be in the water, because I don't know what's down there a wave might come and wash me down and then I'm out there with the sharks or something, I scared of that, I'm scared of that," said Bradley
But as long as he's not scared of making more big plays, I'm sure nobody will mind.
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