Preview of today’s UH practice and scrimmage on Maui

About how he’ll be looking for during their scrimmage, Mac said:
“Guys who run around and hit people,” McMackin said.

HSB Note: “The team will run through a normal practice for the first hour, then hold their first scrimmage of the spring in the second hour. McMackin said the plan is to run about 60 plays in the scrimmage.”

About being able to tackle during the scrimmage, R.J. Kiesel-Kauhane said:
“It’s always good to go full speed. The coaches are talking about just staying pro style (in practice). It’s good, but you can’t really have as much contact as you’d like to. So that’ll be fun.” (HSB)

HSB Note: “Some of the Warriors’ established starters won’t see much action in the scrimmage, and hitting quarterbacks remains off limits. But the scrimmage gives the coaches a chance to gauge the team’s progress over the first seven of 15 practices this spring.”

About how they will give all their players a chance to perform during the scrimmage, Rich Miano said:
“We’re going to play everybody back there. We want to see who can perform under pressure, get them an even amount of reps so we can evaluate them.” (HSB)

About how the players are looking forward to going to Maui, Mac said:
“The players are really excited about going over there, seeing Maui and our fans on Maui.” (HSB)


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