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UH defensive back earns Mountain West honor

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:54 a.m. HST, Nov 26, 2012


University of Hawaii defensive back John Hardy-Tuliau was named the Mountain West Conference defensive player of the week today.

Hardy-Tuliau had six tackles, two interceptions and two pass breakups in the Warriors' 48-10 victory over Nevada-Las Vegas Saturday.

Hardy-Tuliau, a junior from Temecula, Calif., returned an interception 38 yards for a touchdown. It was UH's first interception returned for a TD since Richard Torres 49-yard return at Louisiana Tech on Oct. 11, 2011. 

The Warriors conclude their season Saturday against South Alabama at Aloha Stadium.







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allie wrote:
for beating up on UNLV? You gotta be kidding.
on November 26,2012 | 06:59AM
F8TH wrote:
If you dislike the UH football team so much, why do you even bother to read the articles? Unfortunately, there will always be people like you out there that will find SOMETHING to complain about. It's true our offense it not very good right now. We lack the right personnel for Chow's system and not to mention the number of injuries we've had at key positions, but we had a glimps of what our defense can be when everyone is healthy. A number of key players came off the injury list and was able to play. If our players continue to put forth the effort they have been doing, we should have no problems beating Southern Alabama and end the season on a positive note. Next season will be the telling season for Chow. I'm hoping our better local player will stay home and help build a team Hawaii can be pround of.
on November 26,2012 | 07:54AM
allie wrote:
I am a bigger Norm Chow supporter than you. But even norm cautioned people not to conclude too much from South Alabama (Div. 2) or a horrible UNLV without their starting QB. Let us be realistic.
on November 26,2012 | 09:50AM
kahu808 wrote:
Root for the Braves instead
on November 26,2012 | 12:00PM
jcole wrote:
I hate to repeat myself, but why don't you posters just ignore allie? Who has the kind of time to give a provocateur what he/she wants? Leave him/her alone and get a life!
on November 26,2012 | 02:09PM
walaau808 wrote:
Such a negative human being...I would'nt be surprised if you didn't have any friends.
on November 26,2012 | 09:42AM
allie wrote:
lots of friends...I am just being realistic
on November 26,2012 | 09:50AM
kailua1044 wrote:
friends? yikes! realistic? if you were a "student", you would understand what an honor it is for a student athlete to be recognized and how much work goes in to it. but then again, we all know you aren't who you say you are and that you are just an antagonistic pill. yikes! get it? doubt it...
on November 26,2012 | 10:09AM
kahu808 wrote:
ooh roo sai
on November 26,2012 | 11:59AM
Manoa2 wrote:
Good game-- like this kid and his quickness. He more than made up for not wrapping up the Air Force player who ran a TD over him. UNLV is better than its record-- they had some close games and they beat AFA-- bowl elible and bowl invited team-- and New Mexico another solid team.
on November 26,2012 | 07:12AM
oldertimer808 wrote:
This was a good win and a very needed victory. UNLV despite their record was a problem for a lot of teams and scored a lot of points in their games so our defensive out put was great so hats off to our student/athletes in continuing to compete and never giving up. Hats off to Tuliau and well deserved and yes for beating up UNLV. I doubt if you have ever coached and understand the sacrifices by our student/athletes and all the kukai from people like you that these coaches have to put up with.
on November 26,2012 | 10:28AM
kauaiguy wrote:
If you look in the dictionary under "Kukai", you will see Allie's picture!!
on November 26,2012 | 11:35AM
Hachiko wrote:
Well done.
on November 26,2012 | 01:28PM
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