April 26, 2010 Practice Report (Updated 4/26/10)

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Re: Spring Practice #2 Report

#16 Post by J-Rod » Sat Apr 03, 2010 8:59 am

SundayJam wrote:http://hawaiiathletics.com/documents/20 ... df?id=1006

There's also a spring prospectus available.
I thought Austen Hansen was Moniz' backup...
What happened with him?
You mean Shane Austin?

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Re: Spring Practice #2 Report

#17 Post by SundayJam » Sat Apr 03, 2010 9:02 am

J-Rod wrote:
SundayJam wrote:http://hawaiiathletics.com/documents/20 ... df?id=1006

There's also a spring prospectus available.
I thought Austen Hansen was Moniz' backup...
What happened with him?
You mean Shane Austin?
LOL....
I just caught that on the prospectus.

Austen Hansen is a 6'4" 285lb lineman...
Yeah...Shane Austin....any news of this kid?

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Re: Spring Practice #2 Report

#18 Post by J-Rod » Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:01 am

SundayJam wrote: Yeah...Shane Austin....any news of this kid?
Umm.......he beat SJSU by 7 last year and threw 3 picks against Boise State. That's about all anyone needs to know.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 Report

#19 Post by uhwarrior23 » Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:35 am

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SundayJam wrote: Yeah...Shane Austin....any news of this kid?
Umm.......he beat SJSU by 7 last year and threw 3 picks against Boise State. That's about all anyone needs to know.
Yeah, I think he's a kid we can rely on to come in and beat some of the lower level WAC teams but it remains to be seen if he's ready for the big boys.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report

#20 Post by BleedGreen808 » Sat Apr 03, 2010 2:35 pm

Spring Practice #3 Report

QB depth chart according today's 11 on 11s scrimmage.
#1 Moniz
#2 Austin
#3 Shutter
#4 Raush/Graves
#5 Nielsen (did not participate during 11 on 11--don't know whether he is hurt or not)

Other depth chart
Makainai--2nd LT
Bright--2nd LWR
Stutzmann--2nd RWR
Kaniela--2nd RDT

7 on 7s
Offense was finding holes on defense
Stutzmann had a couple of TDs

Highlights of the day
Raush threw a pass to #35 on a deep route to end the scrimmage
Spencer smith INT
Green ran a TD up the middle
Dimude ran a couple of TDs to the right
Falemalu and Correa had a sack each
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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report (Updated)

#21 Post by MakakiloWarrior » Sat Apr 03, 2010 3:21 pm

Warriors have some work to do, summer training will be pivotal for team's success this season. Coach Tommy has been making a difference with the players, it seems.

Nice to see the units gelling on both sides of the ball; lot of spunk out there.....good to see some fans in the stands at Ching today....

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report

#22 Post by kapakahi » Sat Apr 03, 2010 5:05 pm

BleedGreen808 wrote:Spring Practice #3 Report

QB depth chart according today's 11 on 11s scrimmage.
#1 Moniz
#2 Austin
#3 Shutter
#4 Raush/Graves
#5 Nielsen (did not participate during 11 on 11--don't know whether he is hurt or not)

Other depth chart
Makainai--2nd LT
Bright--2nd LWR
Stutzmann--2nd RWR
Kaniela--2nd RDT

7 on 7s
Offense was finding holes on defense
Stutzmann had a couple of TDs

Highlights of the day
Raush threw a pass to #35 on a deep route to end the scrimmage
Spencer smith INT
Green ran a TD up the middle
Dimude ran a couple of TDs to the right
Falemalu and Correa had a sack each
Lookin' good....Billy Ray!!!....and probably feelin' real good too after making those long TD catches!!!

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report

#23 Post by uhwarrior23 » Sat Apr 03, 2010 5:52 pm

BleedGreen808 wrote:Spring Practice #3 Report

QB depth chart according today's 11 on 11s scrimmage.
#1 Moniz
#2 Austin
#3 Shutter
#4 Raush/Graves
#5 Nielsen (did not participate during 11 on 11--don't know whether he is hurt or not)

Other depth chart
Makainai--2nd LT
Bright--2nd LWR
Stutzmann--2nd RWR
Kaniela--2nd RDT

7 on 7s
Offense was finding holes on defense
Stutzmann had a couple of TDs

Highlights of the day
Raush threw a pass to #35 on a deep route to end the scrimmage
Spencer smith INT
Green ran a TD up the middle
Dimude ran a couple of TDs to the right
Falemalu and Correa had a sack each
Thanks for the updates. :D I'm surprised Rausch is so low on the depth chart. It'll be interesting to see if he can move his way up to at least #2 before the end of spring ball.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 Report

#24 Post by Wild Warrior » Sat Apr 03, 2010 7:10 pm

J-Rod wrote:
SundayJam wrote:http://hawaiiathletics.com/documents/20 ... df?id=1006

There's also a spring prospectus available.
I thought Austen Hansen was Moniz' backup...
What happened with him?
You mean Shane Austin?
No I think he meant Austin Hansen. Most people don't know he was a QB in high school and has a rifle arm. I heard he is going to try to cut his weight from 295 to 235 by fall camp and switch from LT to QB and compete with Moniz for the position :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report (Updated)

#25 Post by john » Sat Apr 03, 2010 8:48 pm

Finally had a chance to see the 2010 team in person. Let me say that Moniz is doing everything a starting QB should do : He is the first to high five and chest bump receivers who catch tough balls for him and even when someone else made a tough throw. I have even seen him do this for the defense when they make a interception. He is showing great leadership at the helm. The only thing which would force another QB to be in the mix is the long ball. Moniz's arm is still suspect and his long pass invites interceptions. That opens the door for David Graves who is looking better with each snap.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report

#26 Post by Waryor » Sun Apr 04, 2010 5:56 am

kapakahi wrote: Lookin' good....Billy Ray!!!....and probably feelin' real good too after making those long TD catches!!!
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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report (Updated)

#27 Post by TheDuke » Sun Apr 04, 2010 8:03 am

strange. The Star Bulletin said that there was only one TD thrown during the scrimmage period.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report (Updated)

#28 Post by J-Rod » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:16 am

That RWR position will be by committee all season long in 2010. BRS and Pollard are both too good to not have on the field.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report (Updated)

#29 Post by seasider » Sun Apr 04, 2010 9:58 pm

john wrote:Finally had a chance to see the 2010 team in person. Let me say that Moniz is doing everything a starting QB should do : He is the first to high five and chest bump receivers who catch tough balls for him and even when someone else made a tough throw. I have even seen him do this for the defense when they make a interception. He is showing great leadership at the helm. The only thing which would force another QB to be in the mix is the long ball. Moniz's arm is still suspect and his long pass invites interceptions. That opens the door for David Graves who is looking better with each snap.
Day 3:
Moniz went 8 for 8 during the 7 on 7 period; and 4 for 4 on the 11 on 11 team period. If the pass protection improves over the past two season, he'll surprise a lot of nay-sayers.

Bottom line, the past two season, whoever was the QB was pretty much under pressure all game long.

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Re: Spring Practice #2 & #3 Report (Updated)

#30 Post by westsidewarrior » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:23 pm

i agree. Clearly the naysayers didn't make the effort to go spring practice. It was also obvious to me that Moniz was much better than anyone else out there on Sat.

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