John Hardy-Tuliau

Hawaii Warriors #33 - Cornerback

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 180

Hawaii Position Previews - Defense

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Previewing Washington's first opponent of the season.

Hawaii wasn't as bad as you think

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It's just about the most dubious distinction one can imagine, but Hawaii was just about the best 1-11 team you'll ever see last year. The Warriors were far better on paper than in the win column;...

Hawaii take on San Jose in first MWC match-up

Week 6 sees mountain west new boys San Jose come to Honolulu for their first battle with Hawaii as conference foes.

Hawaii falls to Oregon State

Hawaii dropped their second loss of the season but did a lot better than most expected in Corvallis.

Warriors look at add to the Beavers woes

Week two sees the Rainbow Warriors travel to Corvallis to take on the Oregon State Beavers. Both teams are coming off a loss in the opening game with Hawaii losing to USC and Oregon State upset by...

Hawaii releases initial depth chart vs. USC

Hawaii released their initial depth chart for their home opener against USC, and there are little surprises.

Can the 2013 Hawaii defense improve?

In 2012 the Hawaii defense ranked 107th for points against. They conceded 428 total points in 12 games, giving up 20 TD's against the pass and a massive 34 against the run.

MWC Top 50: No. 24: San Jose State LB, Keith Smith

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The 50 player countdown to the start of the 2013 college football season continues with No. 24.

MWC TOP 50: NO. 41, Utah State LB Kyler Fackrell

The 50 player countdown to the start of the 2013 college football season continues with No. 41.

MWC top 50: No. 45, BSU DT Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe

The 50 player countdown to the start of the 2013 college football season continues with No. 45.

MWC top 50: Honorable mention

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Our precursor to our top-50 Mountain West football player countdown begins with the honorable mention group.

Hawaii had the worst offense in FBS last year

Hawaii had the worst offense in the country last year, in fact, but can a new coordinator and a new blue-chip quarterback begin to turn things around for the Warriors? It can't get much worse after...