Hola To Make Impact?

Coach Mendenhall mentioned to the media that 6-foot-1-inch, 309-pound nose guard Tevita Hola is the most improved player on the team, which bodes well for the defensive line. Once rated a four-star recruit, Hola has been the recipient of much praise from his teammates and coaches.
August 14, 2009

The New and Improved Nose Guards

BYU's defensive line got a shot in the arm with the news that nose tackle Russell Tialavea is going to serve his mission following this season. Tialavea will focus on becoming a force in the trenches along with two guys he feels will make a big difference in the middle of the defense, and all three of them have had a physical makeover to do just that.
August 13, 2009

Cougar Conversations: Tevita Hola

As a member of the scout team, four-star junior college recruit Tevita Hola has been hard at work preparing the Cougars' offensive line for what it will face when it goes up against the Husky defensive line. Total Blue Sports caught up with the big nose guard for an inside look at scout team duties.
September 4, 2008

Hola: "Adjustments Have Been Humbling"

BYU's defensive line got a shot in the arm by securing one of the top junior college defensive tackles in the country. Now squarely in the mix of spring camp, Hola is adjusting to the new level of competition.
March 20, 2008

Hola Says Hello To Oregon State

BYU defensive tackle commit Tevita Hola went back home over the summer to visit his mother and family during a time of need. While there he also made a visit to some old friends up at Oregon State and got a firsthand look at the Beaver program.
July 20, 2007

BYU Gets Four-Star D-Tackle Commit

Bronco Mendenhall and his staff received a verbal commit today from a top-rated junior college defensive tackle. The commit marks the sixth prospect to commit to the Cougar staff this year.
May 7, 2007

Snow DT Tevita Hola earns early interest

Big, run-stuffing defensive tackles are a coveted commodity in the college football world and one of the best in the JC ranks this year is Snow DT Tevita Hola (6-1, 311). After returning from his two-year mission, Hola is looking for a big sophomore season and then to move on to a four year school. JCFootball.com spoke with him recently about his big freshman season and how recruiting is going.
April 14, 2007