Warriors moving to Pearl Harbor for training camp
The University of Hawaii football team is relocating fall camp to Pearl Harbor starting this week.
With school starting a week from Monday, the Warriors moved out of the dorms they were in and will spend a week on the naval base.
"Camp is so hard and it's very taxing on these guys both mentally and physically," said Warriors linebackers coach Tony Tuioti. "In camp, the most important thing you want to do is build that chemistry. We'll be able to hang in the good and bad times."
The Warriors will also do double duty with practice twice a day.
"Hopefully the team will enjoy it when they're away from the maddening crowd," said first-year head coach Norm Chow. "We get to concentrate on not only our assignments and all that, but bonding and becoming a better team."
First practice on Monday morning started at 8:55 a.m. and the second practice starts at 4:50 p.m. Practice this week is closed to the public.
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