Jags Fit In Work And Fun While In Hawaii

November 30, 2012 · By · Filed Under Football 

The South Alabama football team had a very productive first full day in Hawaii.

On their first night there they went to a Luau. But the next morning, their first full day there, they worked out for over an hour in helmets and shorts at Aloha Stadium, the site for Saturday’s game against the Warriors. During the workout the Jags went through position drills and formations. They also spent time working on offensive and defensive plays.

After lunch at the stadium the team took a trip to Pearl Harbor, the site of the December 7, 1941 bombing that drew the country into World War II. players, coaches and support staff were all able to view various monuments and displays. They even got to talk to survivors of the attack. The culmination of their trip was a 75 minute tour of the USS Arizona Memorial.

The team returned back to the hotel for team meetings and will meet again on Friday before an afternoon walkthrough.

The Jags and Warrior will kickoff at 6pm local time on Saturday, which translates to 10pm Central time in Alabama.

There are several options for viewing the game. Montego’s Cafe and Bar at 6601 Airport Boulevard had become a big go-to destination for Jaguar fans. Baumhower’s Restaurant announced that they will be staying open late and showing the game with the cheerleaders and SouthPaw in attendance.

The game can be seen on DirecTV channel 691 at 10pm or channel 683 at 11pm. It can also be streamed online for a fee through the Hawaii sports website.

Happy viewing Jaguar Nation and GO JAGS!


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