Found February 11, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

The University of Hawaii football team has received a commitment from a Ford F-250 with the tow package in running back David Fangupo.  A massive six-feett, two-inches and 350 pounds, Fangupo played carried the ball 75 times for 534 and six touchdowns for Kealakehe High School in Hawaii. Hawaii’s head coach is Norm Chow, most notably known for being the offensive coordinator at USC from 2001-2004. It’ll be interesting if Chow uses his truck for long hauls or if he just brings Fangupo in for short-yardage packages.  Fangupo still needs to clear academic requirements before signing a National Letter of Intent. Chest bump to Max Preps

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