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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
2010 Wyoming Cowboy Football Roster
Pago Pago, American Samoa
New Mexico Military
Height / Weight:
6-2 / 285
tou-FOU-sou (Each syllable rhymes with the words Out or Ouch)
Kurt Taufa'asau earned First Team All-Western States Football League (WSFL) as a defensive lineman in 2009. New Mexico Military posted a 7-4 record in '09 and earned an appearance in the inaugural Central Bank Salt City Bowl where they lost 22-14 to Hutchinson Community College of Kansas. In the bowl game, Taufa'asau was credited with four tackles. New Mexico Military concluded the 2009 season ranked No. 20 in the final NJCAA National Poll. The New Mexico Military defense ranked No. 42 in the nation in total defense, allowing opponents 362 yards of total offense per game, and No. 20 in pass defense, giving up only 153.3 passing yards per game. He played for head coach Jeff Lynn at New Mexico Military. Taufa'asau played his high school football at Samoana High School in Pago Pago, American Samoa.
The son of Tuilua'ai and Vincent Taufa'asau, he was also recruited by Troy University, Utah State and Western Kentucky.