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Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo won’t let fond Hawaii memories cloud his judgment


When Navy Coach Ken Niumatalalolo stands on the sideline at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon, he’ll be directly across the field from many close friends with whom he shared years of memories as part of the Hawaii football program.

Born in Laie’, Hawaii, Niumatalolo played three years for the Rainbow Warriors at quarterback before graduating in 1989, when the team made its first bowl appearance. He spent two years as a graduate assistant at Hawaii immediately following graduation and was hired as a full-time assistant in 1992.

Among the players Niumatalolo worked with as an assistant included Ivin Jasper, the Midshipmen’s offensive coordinator since 2007 who played quarterback and slotback for three seasons at Hawaii.

But such fond memories will take a back seat as Navy heads into its final stretch of the regular season seeking bowl eligibility, a winning record and outright ownership of the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy.

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Photo: David Richard/AP

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