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    1. Brisket or Pulled Pork?

      Brisket is king. Don't @ me.
    2. [2021] MWC Pre-Season Coaches Poll

      Hopefully you can at least sautee them
    3. 2021 Audit punishments

      I'd be fine with continuing on until a new owner is found. I honestly don't know what I'm doing outside of actually picking a gameplan and setting a depth chart. I don't really know how to hunt down who should be able to be placed on my active roster and stuff like that yet.
    4. [2021] Cincinnati Bengals Announce New Staff Hires

      Very excited about the future of the Bengals organization. Feel like we have a great core to work with here and getting to coach Sila after only 1 year at Hawaii is very exciting! Destiny.
    5. HC GigEmAgs11 after the bowl victory over C-USA champion Rice Owls @gigemags11 had a very special year that has program boosters and fans extremely positive about the future as he was voted MWC Coach Of The Year by the MWC coaches. Hawaii reached a school record 10 wins, along with a Bowl Win over the 9-3 C-USA Rice Owls, holding C-USA Offensive Player of the Year QB Eric McLean to 205 yards 2 TDs and 1 INT. The Rainbow Warriors were led offensively by RS FR J.T. Youngblood who was voted Offensive Freshman Of The Year by fellow MWC coaches. Sila Lotomau, Defensive Tackle, was voted Defensive Player Of The Year and decided to forgo his senior for the NFLHC draft. He was selected 11th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. Overall, Hawaii averaged 33.85 points/game, good for 11th in the country. They allowed 23.92/game, which ranked 54th. Offense In Review: Offensive Freshman Of The Year: J.T. Youngblood, Quarterback The 2020 offense was primarily driven by previously mentioned J.T Youngblood, who finished with 2,938 passing yards, 27/13 TD/INT ratio along with 379 rushing yards and 10 additional touchdowns through the ground. Another very large part of the Rainbow Warriors offense was Senior Levi Cline who finished 2nd in the conference with a whopping 19 touchdowns and another 1307 yards. Cline is going be tough to replace but RS FR Chris Fraser (3.0/4.5) comes into the 2021 season eager to make his mark on the Hawaii record books. Junior Benjamin Epps (2nd team MWC All-Conference) was the team's leading WR with 822 yards and 13 TDs. The Youngblood to Epps combination was very deadly and looks to improve in year 2 with J.T. under center. RS FR Micah Kaufman also had a very impressive year in his first season finishing with 611 yards and 5 TDs, 2nd in yards and 1st in TDs for MWC Freshmen. Overall coach @gigemags11 's offensive scheme was very impressive in his first year and the sky is the limit with Youngblood. Defense In Review: Defensive Player Of The Year: Sila Lotomau, Defensive Tackle Hawaii's defense was the weak point, although held their own in some key games. RS JR Sila Lotomau stole the show compiling an MWC high 11.5 sacks, along with 3 in the 38-23 win over CUSA champion Rice Owls. RS FR Omari Driver-Hannah (2nd team MWC All-Conference) led the conference with 7 interceptions and picked off C-USA Offensive Player of the Year: Eric McLean once. Outside of those 2 players, the rest of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors seemed to work more as a unit rather than compile individual statistics. The defense, although loses Lotomau, should improve in year 2 as a lot of talent will return and lots of buzz on campus about CB Brian Bonds (2.5 of 5.0) who redshirted this year and should be a solid shutdown CB opposite of Driver-Hannah for years to come. True Freshman OLB Leon Hickman (2.0 of 4.0) will be needed immediately as the previous regime neglected the OLB position. Overall, this team has lot's of work to do but it appears coach GigEmAgs11 has things rolling in the right direction. The future looks as bright as the sun shining down on Wailea Beach
    6. [2020] Bowl Games - Day #5

    7. [Survey] Alumni Network

      Texas A&M - 2011 - Comp Sci
    8. [2020] MWC Top 5 Offensive Team Stats

      Great post, thanks! Looking forward to seeing if I can overtake Air Force next year. Return everybody but RB and LT and have 2/4.5 RB and 1/4 redshirting this year with 2/4.5 WR as well.
    9. [2020] Week #16 - FNF

      Great job dudes! #MountainBest
    10. Dacder's 2021 Mini-Mock

    11. [2020] Early Declarations

      DT Sila Lotomau 6-5 296 R Hawaii [2-Gap] 82 Dang, this one hurts..bad. Whoever gets this guy is getting a steal. Best of luck Sila.