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WADE KELIIKIPI RUMORS

Post Practice 10/15/13: Wade Keliikipi

EUGENE -- Senior defensive tackle Wade Keliikipi responds to media questions on Tuesday following practice as the Ducks prepare for Washington State on Saturday.
Via oregon.scout.com
October 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Man of Steel: Captain Wade Keliikipi provides the courageous in the middle of the Duck d-line

Wade Keliikipi is a lunch-pail player too, only his dream lunch would include some fresh Ahi tuna, some delicious fried spam, and some wafer cookies and peanut butter mochi. Come game time the 6-3 295-lb. senior defensive tackle is all business, a strong, physical force at nose tackle for the Oregon defense. Daily Plant-It: On the road in Husky Stadium in 2011, Wade Keliikipi notches...
Via The Duck Stops Here
August 09, 2013  |  Discuss
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