Update on the Warriors from Mac

About how the team will continue its conditioning program until final exams to maintain the momentum from the spring, Mac said:
“I think this is really the push time. We have two more weeks to get better and we’re going to use every second and every day we have. This is where the work escalates. … They want to win the WAC championship and to do that you have to work to get better.” (HSB)

About how 10 of the 30 or so players that will be cut may be invited to join the team when classes start in the fall, Mac said:
“It’s really tough because there wasn’t a nonathlete on the field.” (HSB)

Happy that they had relatively few injuries, Mac said:
“I think it’s because of how hard they worked in the offseason.” (HSB)

About how Inoke did well at RB in the spring, Mac said:
“Inoke showed he can be a running back, that was something we really wanted to look at.” (HSB)

About their inexperienced D, Mac said:
“Defensively, the guys we have are good athletes and they ran well and tackled, they’re just inexperienced. We’re a little thin. It’s going to help to get Blaze (Soares) and Paipai (Falemalu) back with the linebackers and we’re getting a couple of guys who can help in the secondary.” (HSB)

http://www.starbulletin.com/sports/sportsnews/20090429_UHs_focus_shifts_to_fall.html

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