The Warrior football team got back on the practice field today. It was the team's first practice since the BYU game last Friday. But for one Warrior player five days off is nothing.
Runningback Michael Brewster's waited two years and traveled 5,286 miles to get the Warrior backfield. He was a high school star in Houston, Texas then went east to begin his college career as a walk-on at Tennessee. And that's all brewster needed. Being a volunteer wasn't cutting it so now on scholaship at the UH, Brewster's ready to rock.
Brewster is not a Volunteer reject. In his last year at Tennessee, Brewster led the Volunteers in rushing in the team's spring game using moves he'd love to unleash in front of the Aloha Stadium crowd. And so far so good, in two games Brewster's tops on his team and 6th in the country in kickoff returns. Not bad for a guy that had to wait two years to get his chance.
According to the UH Brewster is a well rounded guy. His bio says he'd like to be a playwright when his UH days are done.