- Super-K (Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada) is back at QB. You may remember he threw one pass against Stanford last year. It's ok, I don't remember either. Why this is the first bullet point, I have no idea.
- Brian Hampton should start next season. Of course you already knew that. Here's a good article about him from the Capitol. Jarrod Bryant is listed as the backup, of course most remembered for this.
- The 2006 Spring Prospectus has been released in PDF. Good show, check it out, learn some names for next year.
- The preliminary Spring Depth Chart has been released. New starters on offense include: Josh Meek (RT), Tyree Barnes (WR), Trey Hines (SB), Brian Hampton (QB), Andrew Tattersall (LE), Joe Cylc (ILB).
- Ketric Buffin moves to Rover and Keenan Little to Right corner. GThrash will remain at nickel, where we project he still won't be able to tackle anybody. Sike, we kid because we care
- Trey Hines is back at Slot back, and is apparently still the fastest guy on the team.
- Head Hancho (is that how you spell it?) Paul Johnson has just conducted his first press interview about spring practices. Surprisingly ESPN thought it more suitable to cover the Women's NIT, which according to the Nielson ratings, approximately .0000000002 % of the population tuned in for. The talk of course, was completely on the QB. I'm sensing a pattern with this in our offseason.
In addition, it's worthy to mention that '03 grad and USMC 1st Lt. Brian M. Stann was awarded the Silver Star on March 10th for his actions during Operation Matador in Iraq last year. Lt. Stann is a former Linebacker for the Navy Football team. Outsanding.
that's all for now, more fun stuff later.