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November 30, 2007 at 11:39 AM

In Hawaii

— We also had this story today on the commitments of Jermaine Kearse and Kavario Middleton. We’ll have more on that later today from their press conference.
— There’s a lot of coverage in the Hawaii papers, front-page stories yesterday and today. Here’s one columnist’s take trying to inform the Hawaii fans on how important the game could be to Tyrone Willingham.
— Here is all of the Advertiser’s coverage.
— Here’s the coverage from the other paper, the Star-Bulletin, proving that even the Warriors are no match for David Beckham, apparently.
— Here’s Phil Steele’s pick as he predicts Hawaii to win 45-31 and to pass for 463 yards (with UW getting 229 on the ground, each of which seem pretty reasonable).
— Finally, here’s the weather forecast for the game, showing it could be quite wet (not good news for my beach time plans).

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