Category Archives: In Case You Missed It

ICYMI: Interview With Brent Sobleski

ICYMI: Interview With Brent Sobleski

Brent Sobleski, NFL draft analyst from Bleacher Report, recently joined “The Sports Animals” to talk about the NFL Draft. Sobleski said that the recent trade between the Panthers and the Jets was not the right move for either team. He went on to say that even with the Jets’ new draft picks for this year…Continue Reading »

ICYMI: Interview With Bob Harig

ICYMI: Interview With Bob Harig

Bob Harig, ESPN.com golf writer, was a guest on “The Sports Animals” on April 4. Harig thinks that the “very helpful something” that Bryson DeChambeau wont get into specifics about is a driver with a very low loft. “Maybe four and a half degrees, which is insane. Most of us couldn’t even get a ball…Continue Reading »

ICYMI: Interview with Bob Coolen

ICYMI: Interview with Bob Coolen

Rainbow Wahine Softball head coach Bob Coolen joined The Sports Animals to discuss the team and NCAA NIL. Coolen says that he felt that the recent discussion about changing the way the NCAA defines its athletes could negatively impact college-level athletics and suggests that students who are making more than their teammates due to “their…Continue Reading »

Quick Sets: Rainbow Warriors start the season 4-0

Quick Sets: Rainbow Warriors start the season 4-0

By Tiff Wells. #WarriorBall21 is off and running, having concluded the first week of the much anticipated season with four wins. For the Rainbow Warriors, the mantra is #UnfinishedBusiness. In this debut edition of “Quick Sets,” we take a look at two storylines, either within the UH program or from around the nation. Year Four…Continue Reading »

The Tale of Te‘o

The Tale of Te‘o

If you missed Josh Pacheco’s exclusive interview with ESPN Senior Writer Don Van Natta, Jr., you can check out the full conversation below. Van Natta provides his insights on “The Tale of Te‘o,” the latest installment of the network’s “Backstory” series. The episode focuses on Te‘o’s infamous 2012 relationship with “Lennay Kekua,” who turned out…Continue Reading »

New Warriors

New Warriors

The University of Hawaii football team shored up its wide receiver and defensive back positions today, signing three WRs and three DBs to National Letters of Intent. Perhaps the surprise of the day was landing speedy slot receiver Quinshone Bright, who originally committed to Texas Tech. Bright, who played for Cedar Hill High School in…Continue Reading »

INTERVIEW: Victor Santa Cruz

INTERVIEW: Victor Santa Cruz

Photo: University of Hawai’i Athletics New University of Hawai’i football Defensive Coordinator Victor Santa Cruz joined the Bobby Curran Show Wednesday to share his excitement about being back in Hawai’i. “I’m happy to be back. It’s a huge blessing and excitement in the Santa Cruz family…To get the call from coach Graham, a tremendous coach…Continue Reading »

Gallery: SoFi Hawai’i Bowl

Gallery: SoFi Hawai’i Bowl

It was an epic Christmas Eve for Rainbow Warrior football fans! The ‘Bows topped long time rival BYU 38-34 in a thriller at Aloha Stadium to win the SoFi Hawai’i Bowl. Hawai’i’s Cole McDonald threw for a career-high 493 yards, which ranks No. 2 in Hawai’i Bowl history behind Colt Brennan’s 559 yards against Arizona…Continue Reading »

Ilima-Lei Macfarlane’s mana wahine walkout at Bellator 236

Ilima-Lei Macfarlane’s mana wahine walkout at Bellator 236

Bellator MMA returned to Hawai’i for the second year in a row and was headlined by local girl Ilima-Lei Macfarlane once again. Macfarlane defeated Kate Jackson via unanimous decision to successfully defend her flyweight world title for the fourth consecutive time, the most among current Bellator champions. The undisputed champ used her platform to highlight…Continue Reading »