As the game wrapped up coach Garrett took a moment to revel in the experience of bringing professional football back to the islands, and being able to a perform in a stadium that the games greatest players once stood.
While many University of Hawaii football players continue to be recognized for their achievements on the field ahead of the season, the Earl Campbell award takes into account deeds an attitudes off of it.
For the first time in the program, starting August 4-16 the University of Hawai’i will offer fans the ‘H-Pass’. The annual pass will provide access to a ticket for a UH-sponsored regular-season home sporting event.
Dela Cruz, the promotion’s 145-pound champion, looks to become Destiny’s double-champ with a win at 155 pounds. An opportunity to make history and help promote the local MMA scene in Hawaii is all Dela Cruz could ask for.
Despite running first team reps at practice, McDonald understands all too well that he can’t take his position lightly, knowing that he is in constant competition with the other quarterbacks on the roster.