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"In 2003, after being cut by the Broncos in the preseason for the second straight year, Nick Rolovich returned to his alma mater, Hawaii, as a student assistant. While finishing his economics degree, the former Rainbow Warriors quarterback worked in the equipment room. Rolovich, a record-setting quarterback for high-scoring June Jones teams in the early 2000s, is intent on returning the Warriors to national relevance. Pitching recruits on the chance to keep individual frequent flier points hasn’t been a recipe for a stacked roster. In the eight seasons since a 12-1 campaign culminated in a Sugar Bowl berth, Hawaii has only once posted a winning record. Defensive tackle Kennedy Tulimasealii, the Warriors’ lone all-conference player last year, was dismissed in June after pleading no contest to six criminal charges — including a felony charge for property damage — that stemmed from a domestic dispute with an ex-girlfriend. [...] ashamed were some players of", www.sfgate.com
"The college football season starts this Friday, with Cal playing Hawaii in Sydney, Australia. It will be the first college football game played in Australia since 1987, and with the Aussies busy with rugby and cricket, they’re not much of a football country. Cal offensive lineman Aaron Cochran and kicker Matt Anderson went on a talk show and had to politely tell the host that college football was in fact not bigger than the NFL.", deadspin.com
"NOVEMBER 20: Running back Marshawn Lynch #24 of the University of California, Berkeley Golden Bears carries the ball against the Stanford University Cardinal during the game at Memorial Stadium on November 20, 2004 in Berkeley, California. The Golden Bears defeated the Cardinal 41-6. Former Cal running", sports.yahoo.com
"A chartered Boeing 777 touched down at Sydney airport on Monday morning, delivering the California Golden Bears and team officials Down Under for their much-anticipated opening college football game of the season on Saturday against Hawaii.", www.myrtlebeachonline.com
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