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                               *** Hula Bowl ***
                            From The Sports Network
 
 East (Aina) All-Stars vs. West (Kai) All-Stars
 ----------------------------------------------
 
 Date: Saturday, January 12th
 Kickoff: 6 p.m. (et)
 Site: Aloha Stadium (50,000) -- Honolulu, Hawaii
 Surface: FieldTurf
 Annual: 62nd
 Television: Versus
 All-Time Series: North 9-7-1; College Stars 1-0; East 13-11-1; Aina 5-0
 Last Meeting: Aina (East) def. Kai (West), 18-10
 Series Streak: Aina has won the last five meetings.
 Head Coaches: Ron Zook, Illinois - East
               Mike Riley, Oregon State - West
 Assistant Coaches - Jeff Jagodzinski, Boston College - East
                     Mike Sanford, U-N-L-V - West
 
                All-Time Hula Bowl Results and Attendance
                -----------------------------------------
 
 2007 - Aina 18, Kai 10 (7,919)
 2006 - Aina 10, Kai 7 (13,683)
 2005 - Aina 20, Kai 13 (12,122)
 2004 - Aina 26, Kai 7
 2003 - Aina 27, Kai 24
 2002 - South 45, North 28 (24,000)
 2001 - North 31, South 23 (23,719)
 2000 - South 28, North 28 (23,719)
 1999 - South 34, North 14 (23,719)
 1998 - South 20, North 19 (20,079)
 1997 - South 26, North 13 (24,725)
 1996 - East 17, West 10 (25,112)
 1995 - East 20, West 9  (19,074)
 1994 - College Stars 28, Hawaii Stars 15 (33,947)
 1993 - West 13, East 10 (25,479)
 1992 - West 27, East 20 (23,112)
 1991 - East 23, West 10 (21,926)
 1990 - West 21, East 13 (28,742)
 1989 - East 21, West 10 (25,000)
 1988 - West 20, East 18 (26,737)
 1987 - West 16, East 14 (17,775)
 1986 - West 23, East 10 (29,564)
 1985 - East 34, West 14 (30,767)
 1984 - West 21, East 16 (34,216)
 1983 - East 30, West 14 (39,456)
 1982 - West 26, East 23 (43,002)
 1981 - West 24, East 17 (39,010)
 1980 - East 17, West 10 (47,096)
 1979 - East 29, West 24 (49,132)
 1978 - West 42, East 22 (48,197)
 1977 - West 20, East 17 (45,579)
 1976 - East 16, West 0  (45,458)
 1975 - East 34, West 25 (22,000)
 1974 - East 24, West 14 (23,000)
 1973 - South 17, North 3  (23,000)
 1972 - North 24, South 7  (23,000)
 1971 - North 42, South 32 (23,500)
 1970 - South 35, North 13 (25,000)
 1969 - North 13, South 7  (23,000)
 1968 - North 50, South 6  (21,000)
 1967 - North 28, South 27 (23,500)
 1966 - North 27, South 26 (25,000)
 1965 - South 16, North 14 (22,100)
 1964 - North 20, South 13 (18,177)
 1963 - North 20, South 13 (20,000)
 1962 - East  7, West 7    (20,598)
 1961 - East 14, West 7    (17,017)
 1960 - East 34, West 8    (23,000)
 
 Note: The game was played at Honolulu Stadium from 1960 through 1974 prior
       to moving to Aloha Stadium. Aloha Stadium hosted this game from
       1975-97.
 
                All-Time Hula Bowl Most Valuable Players
                ----------------------------------------
 
 2007 - Will Proctor, Clemson; Chad Nkang, Elon
 2006 - Brent Hawkins and Ryan Hoffman, Illinois State; Brad Smith, Missouri
 2005 - Ronald Stanley, Michigan State; Derrick Wimbush, Fort Valley State
 2004 - Wes Welker, Texas Tech; Fred Russell, Iowa; Colby Bockwoldt, B-Y-U
 2003 - David Kircus, Grand Valley State; Kassim Osgood, San Diego State
 2002 - Nick Rolovich, Hawaii; Chester Taylor, Toledo
 2001 - Jonathan Beasley, Kansas State; and Reggie Germany, Ohio State
 2000 - Bashir Yamini, Iowa; Todd Husak, Stanford; Brian Young, UTEP
 1999 - Kevin Daft, Cal-Davis; Ricky Williams, Texas; Brad Scioli, Penn St
 1998 - Chris Howard, Michigan; Eric Ogbogu, Maryland
 1997 - Archie Amerson, Northern Arizona; Andy Russ, Mississippi State
 1996 - Winslow Oliver, New Mexico; Regan Upshaw, California
 1995 - Kordell Stewart, Colorado; Robert Baldwin, Duke
 1994 - Andre Coleman, Kansas State; Chris Maumalanga, Kansas
 1993 - Lamar Thomas, Miami-Florida; Ron Carpenter, Miami-Ohio
 1992 - Derrick Moore, Northeastern Oklahoma; Steve Israel, Pittsburgh
 1991 - John Langeloh, Michigan State; Derrick Brownlow, Illinois
 1990 - Cary Conklin, Washington; James Francis, Baylor
 1989 - Anthony Dilweg, Duke; Deion Sanders, Florida State
 1988 - Aaron Cox, Arizona State; Dennis Price, U-C-L-A
 1987 - Chris Miller, Oregon; Louis Brock, Southern California
 1986 - Doug Gaynor, Long Beach State; Rogers Alexander, Penn State
 1985 - Al Toon, Wisconsin; Freddie Joe Nunn, Ole Miss
 1984 - Jim Sandusky, San Diego State; Freddie Gilbert, Georgia
 1983 - Dan Marino, Pittsburgh; Paul Soares, Navy
 1982 - Walter Abercrombie, Baylor; Leo Isniewski, Penn State
 1981 - Samoa Samoa, Washington St; Ken Easley, U-C-L-A; Blane Gaison, Hawaii
 1980 - Billy Sims, Oklahoma; Steve McMichael, Texas
 1979 - Rick Leach, Michigan; Ted Brown, North Carolina State
 1978 - Dave Turner, San Diego State; Ricky Odom, Southern California
 1977 - Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh; Ron Crosby, Penn State
 1976 - Cornelius Green, Ohio State; Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma
 1975 - Condredge Holloway, Tennessee; Rubin Carter, Miami-Ohio
 1974 - Norris Weese, Ole Miss; Lucious Selmon, Oklahoma
 1973 - Greg Pruitt, Oklahoma; Jim Merlo, Stanford
 1972 - Jerry Tagge, Nebraska; Walt Patulski, Notre Dame
 1971 - Jim Plunkett, Stanford; Jack Ham, Penn State
 1970 - Bob Anderson, Colorado; Floyd Reese, U-C-L-A
 1969 - Bill Enyart, Oregon State; Tim Buchanan, Hawaii
 1968 - Larry Csonka, Syracuse; Harry Gunner, Oregon State
 1967 - Charlie Brown, Missouri; Dave Williams, Washington
 1966 - Steve Juday, Michigan State; Carl McAdams, Oklahoma
 1965 - Larry Elkins, Baylor; Jeff Jordan, Tulsa
 1964 - Pete Liske, Penn State; Dave Wilcox, Oregon
 1963 - Kermit Alexander, U-C-L-A; Dave Watson, Georgia Tech
 1962 - Lance Alworth, Arkansas; Merlin Olsen, Utah State
 1961 - Fran Tarkenton, Georgia; Mike Ditka, Pittsburgh
 1960 - Ritchie Lucas, Penn State; Larry Grantham, Ole Miss
 1959 - Bob Ptacek, Michigan; Sam Williams, Michigan State
 1958 - John David Crow, Texas A&M; Lou Michaels, Kentucky
 1957 - Paul Hornung, Notre Dame
 1956 - Bob Davenport, U-C-L-A
 1955 - Carroll Hardy, Colorado
 1954 - Bobby Garrett, Stanford
 1953 - Tom Stolhandske, Texas
 1952 - Vic Janowicz, Ohio State; Don Coleman, Michigan State
 1951 - Sonny Grandelius, Michigan State
 1950 - Dick Kempthorn, Michigan
 1949 - Jerry Williams, Wahsington State
 1948 - Dick Hagan, Washington
 1947 - John Johnson, U-C-L-A
 
 Note: From 1947-1959 a team of College All-Stars played a team of Hawaii
 All-Stars. From 1951-59, NFL players augmented the Hawaii Roster. The
 format was changed to a collegiate all-star game in 1960.
 
                              East All-Star Roster
                              --------------------
 
 No  Player               Pos  School
 --  ------               ---  ------
  1  Paul Raymond          KR  Brown
  2  Ricky Santos          QB  New Hampshire
  3  Corey McKeon          LB  Nebraska
  4  Bruce Hocker          WR  Duquesne
  5  Kalvin McRae          RB  Ohio
  6  Larry Grant           SS  Ohio State
  7  Reggie Campbell       SB  Navy
  8  Josh Morgan           WR  Virginia Tech
  9  Joe Fields            FS  Syracuse
 10  Paul Smith            QB  Tulsa
 11  Marcus Fitzgerald     WR  Marshall
 12  Anthony Hoke          DE  Cincinnati
 13  Steve Johnson         WR  Kentucky
 14  Bernard Morris        QB  Marshall
 15  Kennard Cox           DB  Pittsburgh
 16  Tyrell Johnson        SS  Arkansas State
 17  Darrell Strong        TE  Pittsburgh
 18  Art Carmody           PK  Louisville
 20  Kenny Moore           WR  Wake Forest
 21  Keon Lattimore        RB  Maryland
 22  Justin McKinney       DB  Kansas State
 23  Haruki Nakamura       FS  Cincinnati
 26  Marcus Richardson     LB  Troy State
 29  Tyvon Branch          DB  Connecticut
 32  Andre Callender       RB  Boston College
 33  Scott Derry           LB  Texas
 34  Jalen Parmale         RB  Toledo
 35  Hilee Taylor          DE  North Carolina
 41  Brett Kern             P  Toledo
 45  Cergile Sincere       LB  Florida Atlantic
 55  Donald Thomas         OG  Connecticut
 66  Doug Legursky         OG  Marshall
 69  Akim Millington       OT  Illinois
 70  Josh Sitton           OT  U-C-F
 71  Jamey Richard          C  Buffalo
 72  Digger Bujnoch         C  Cincinnati
 75  James Blair          G/T  Western Michigan
 77  Ian Cunningham        OG  Virginia
 78  Breno Giacomini       OT  Louisville
 80  Joey Haynos           TE  Maryland
 82  Angelo Craig          DE  Cincinnati
 92  Nick Jarvis           LS  Wake Forest
 93  Bryan Smith           LB  McNeese State
 94  Marcus Dixon          DT  Hampton
 95  Rob Jackson           DE  Kansas State
 96  Brian Johnston        DE  Gardner-Webb
 97  Brandt Hollander      DT  Yale
 98  Ogemdi Nwagbuo        DT  Michigan State
 99  Carlton Powell        DT  Virginia Tech
 
                              West All-Star Roster
                              --------------------
 
 No  Player               Pos  School
 --  ------               ---  ------
  1  Ernie Wheelwright     WR  Minnesota
  2  C.J. Hawthorne        WR  Hawaii
  3  Wilrey Fontenot       CB  Arizona
  4  Danny Woodhead        RB  Chadron State
  5  Gerard Lawson          S  Oregon State
  6  Dominic Patrick       FS  Arizona
  7  Kevin O'Connell       QB  San Diego State
  8  Marcus Thomas         DB  Texas-El Paso
  9  Jon Rabold            LB  Air Force
 10  Alex Brink            QB  Washington State
 11  Louis Holmes          DE  Arizona
 12  Sergio Aguayo         PK  U-N-L-V
 13  T.C. Ostrander        QB  Stanford
 14  Evan Moore            WR  Stanford
 16  Maurice Purify        WR  Nebraska
 18  Waylon Prather         P  San Jose State
 22  Robert Jordan         WR  California
 23  Dominique Barber      SS  Minnesota
 26  Yvenson Bernard       RB  Oregon State
 27  David Roach           SS  T-C-U
 28  Steve Tate            FS  Utah
 29  Amir Pinnix           RB  Minnesota
 31  Jacob Patek           DB  Hawaii
 41  Thomas Williams       LB  U-S-C
 42  Joey Larocque         LB  Oregon State
 43  Mike Humpal           LB  Iowa
 44  Jordon Dizon          LB  Colorado
 45  Maurice Murray        DT  New Mexico State
 49  Jeff Van Orsow        DE  Oregon State
 53  Kroy Biermann         DE  Montana
 54  Brandon Keith         OL  Northern Iowa
 55  Brennen Carvalho       C  Portland State
 56  Corey Clark           OT  Texas A&M
 61  Robert Felton         OG  Arkansas
 62  Brandon Rodd         G/T  Arizona State
 65  Hercules Satele       OG  Hawaii
 67  Michael Lafaele       DT  Hawaii
 69  Matt Spanos            C  U-S-C
 71  Shannon Tevaga        OG  U-C-L-A
 76  Will Robinson         OT  San Diego State
 84  Jason Rivers          WR  Hawaii
 87  Brent Miller          TE  Arizona State
 88  Kolomona Kapanui      TE  West Texas A&M
 89  Adam Bishop           HB  Nevada
 93  Martail Burnett       DE  Utah
 94  Gabe Long             DT  Utah
 95  Nick Osborn           DE  San Diego State
 97  Jason Shirley         DT  Fresno State
 
 NOTES:
      The names of the teams have changed through the years. This year, the
 two teams will be East (Aina) vs. West (Kai). When the inaugural Hula Bowl
 All-Star Football Classic was played on January 5, 1947, the teams were
 comprised of mainland college players pitted against a local team of graduates
 of Leiehua, a high school in Wahiawa. The teams would play a two-game series
 every January until 1951, when the format was changed to allow NFL players to
 join Hawaiian all-stars in an effort to create a more competitive environment.
 In the 1960's the Hula Bowl changed formats again, limiting play to only
 collegiate athletes. With this change and the increasing popularity of college
 football, the Hula Bowl made its way to the top of the post-season bowl games.
 In 1994 the game matched local all-stars against top collegiate players from
 the mainland.
 
 
 
 
 
 01/04 14:38:17 ET