Warriors give coaches a show


POSTED: Sunday, April 19, 2009

The Hawaii football team's second full-contact scrimmage of the spring featured big plays on both sides of the ball.

The Warriors' top three quarterbacks led touchdown drives, while the defense came down with five interceptions, most coming in the latter portion of yesterday's session at Ching Field.

The scrimmage gave the staff a measuring point heading into the final week of practice, which concludes with the spring game Saturday at Aloha Stadium.

With about 250 coaches who participated in yesterday's clinic looking on, Greg Alexander connected with Rodney Bradley on a touchdown on the first drive of the scrimmage.

Brent Rausch also led the offense to a score and Shane Austin hit Jovonte Taylor on a 42-yard TD.

Linebacker Mana Lolotai stood out on defense.