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Awesome recognition for Salas, Pilares, Paredes, Bryant and Silva. I think Letuli, Dunnachie and Enos deserve to be on there, too.

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cool to have a hawaii running back get recognized 8)

BUT, there is no mention of any of our oline except letuli, and they are the ones that have made this offense work. much improved from last year.

and i find it odd that dunnachie, who has been excelent so far gets no mention and wondering what was up with bryant on saturday because he has been doing well and is duly recognized on this list, but against utah, he got beat a few times.
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xer 21 wrote:cool to have a hawaii running back get recognized 8)

BUT, there is no mention of any of our oline except letuli, and they are the ones that have made this offense work. much improved from last year.

and i find it odd that dunnachie, who has been excelent so far gets no mention and wondering what was up with bryant on saturday because he has been doing well and is duly recognized on this list, but against utah, he got beat a few times.

Against Utah ? Huh? In what way?
 


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madeinhawaii wrote:
xer 21 wrote:cool to have a hawaii running back get recognized 8)

BUT, there is no mention of any of our oline except letuli, and they are the ones that have made this offense work. much improved from last year.

and i find it odd that dunnachie, who has been excelent so far gets no mention and wondering what was up with bryant on saturday because he has been doing well and is duly recognized on this list, but against utah, he got beat a few times.

Against Utah ? Huh? In what way?

oops, i meant nevada. ive just been thinking about USU recently...
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Psst.. Xer...

We're talking Jeramy BRYANT, right? Not BRYANT Moniz, right?
 


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First team oline includes:

OG Chris Barker, Nevada
OG John Bender, Nevada

Ya gotta be kidding me. If this is accurate, then our Dline should be first-teamers cuz our Dline ate these guys up.
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madeinhawaii wrote:Psst.. Xer...

We're talking Jeramy BRYANT, right? Not BRYANT Moniz, right?
yes. i noticed that Nevada kept throwing in his direction. he didnt seem to be able to keep up with the nevada reciever, and i dont know if he just had an off game, or the receiver was just that fast. but i'd seen him cover guys better in other games. so i dunno. it could just be the angle i saw the game from ( near the endzone)
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I thought they were just giving the receivers the short ones, shy of the 1st down. Most of the passes that were caught were well inside the 1st down marker and Nevada's receivers were wrapped up and brought down. The few deeper balls were a product of Kaepernick scrambles and improvised running by the receiver. But two of those, were intercepted.
 


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madeinhawaii wrote:I thought they were just giving the receivers the short ones, shy of the 1st down. Most of the passes that were caught were well inside the 1st down marker and Nevada's receivers were wrapped up and brought down. The few deeper balls were a product of Kaepernick scrambles and improvised running by the receiver. But two of those, were intercepted.
yeah, i couldnt see too well during the last few drives cause we were right by the field and they were playing down by our end and EVERYONE was jumping up and own around me.

so maybe im seeing something that wasnt there.
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