Ane and Hawaiian Pipeliners hope Suiaunoa retaps Duffy’s Island history

Visit my website homepage, TomShanahan.Report PHOTO: Legi Suiaunoa By TOM SHANAHAN Charles “Kale” Ane III is a Duffy Daugherty Hawaiian Pipeline alum who returned home after his Michigan State career and seven NFL seasons. He coached 23 years at Honolulu’s Punahou School, his alma mater, winning state titles and turning out college recruits. One of his stars was Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o, the 2012 Heisman Trophy runner-up and Maxwell Award winner. Scholarship athletes such as Te’o and…

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How Bob Apisa and I’d like to see Navy’s loss as Michigan State’s gain

PHOTO: Ken Niumatalolo is on his way to the College Football Hall of Fame after 15 years at Navy. Visit my website at TomShanahan.Report By TOM SHANAHAN The college football world quickly came down on the side of Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo upon news Sunday he was unceremoniously dismissed. Twitter reacted within moments and stories were posted and printed in the old-fashioned world within a day. How do you let go a guy who is on the way…

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Bob Apisa and Kale Ane enjoy 2015 Heisman view from Duffy’s Hawaiian Pipeline

PHOTO: Michigan State's Kale Ane, an NFL veteran and head coach at Honolulu Punahou. Charles “Kale” Ane knows the look of a Heisman Trophy candidate. He faced enough of them as Michigan State’s starting center from 1972 to 1974 upon legendary coach Duffy Daugherty recruiting him through his famed Hawaiian Pipeline. Among them were Ohio State running back Archie Griffin, the 1974 Heisman winner that added a bookend Heisman in 1975; Ohio State offensive tackle John Hicks, the…

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