Thursday, February 24, 2011

Mosi and Lofa Tatupu College Football 2011: Power Ranking the Top Father-Son Combos of All Time

LOS ANGELES - NOVEMBER 27:  Head caoch Pete Carroll of the USC Trojans celebrates with linebacker Lofa Tatupu #58 after the game with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on November 27, 2004 at the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.  USC won 41-10
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This might be one of the rare instances in which the son might be a better player than the father.
Mosi was a fullback at USC before he made the jump to the NFL with the New England Patriots and LA Rams. But it was his son who's become an NFL star.
Tatupu starred at USC in a linebacking corps that also featured Keith Rivers, Rey Maualuga and Clay Matthews before getting drafted by the Seattle Seahawks. He immediately became a star on the Seattle linebacking corps and now is reunited in Seattle with his old head coach, Pete Carroll

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