BYU’s Aloha Spirit: Throwing shakas and repping the Y with BYU football


Welcome to Laie. Go Cougs! That’s my son, Reno Mahe. That’s our BYU symbol. I’m a blue blood. I bleed blue. Go Cougs! For Sitake to be the head coach of division
one football so we’re very honored to have you come back home. We’ll be back after this message. Come on everybody. Give him a hand. It’s an honor for me to be here and then
speak with you. Congratulations for the commitment you
made to live up to the sacrifices that your parents and your ancestors have
made to get you to this position. I go through the town. I go through a lot
of places in Laie. I see all the things that helped bring the love back
in my life the community here, the fraternity, the
family of PCC and BYU-Hawaii were the ones that help mend back together. There’s a lot of good memories back. I have to just break the news that God really
doesn’t care about football. He doesn’t. If he did we’d be
undefeated every year. I’ve said it over and over again. So the
only year he cared was 1984 and the only year he cared about
one player was 1990, Ty Detmer.

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