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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 14 2011 2:00 p.m. MST

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I'm a little disappointed this paper has not made any mention of Star Lotulelei being awarded the Morris Trophy as the PAC 12's most dominant D-Lineman, voted by the Offensive linemen of the conference. In any event, congratulations to Star and also to Dres and Eric Rowe for their respective honors.

Salt Lake City, UT

Congrats to Star, an in state stud.

Las Vegas, NV

Okay Chris Hill, cough up some more money so we can keep Chow for at least another year. Hopefully this is just a financial tactic, like Kyle's supposed interest in the ASU job. Why would Norm who has been an assistant coach all his life, suddenly want to be the head chief? Doesn't make sense to me other than living in Hawaii would be super sweet. Don't go Norm, we are just starting to like you!!!!


I believe Norm and Kalani are from Hawaii which would be a nice retirement job for Norm. Plus it would double Norms salary and is 8x Kalani's salary. couldn't blame either for leaving but would love both to stay.


Coaches Chow and Sitake,

Please stay in SLC. You just helped your team have a successful first season in the Pac-12, and it's likely that next year's team will be better than the 2011 version.

The athletes you coach and coach against in SLC are better than what a Hawaii job can promise. The Pac-12 is a more prestigious conference than the WAC or anywhere the Rainbow Warriors may find themselves in the future.

Here's a Ute who greatly appreciates what you have brought to the football team.

Enjoy the Sun Bowl!

Murray, utah

Yep, keep the 4 win 5 loss PAC12 succesful seasons coming guys. The Orchids are sweet year round in Oahu.

Bleed Crimson
Sandy, Utah

@ Robroy

Keep those 2-3 loss seasons coming which includes your big wins over WAC teams and your losses to Utah and other notable tough games. We all know where BYU will be bowling every year.

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