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Topic - Mike Caputo
Washington defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu smiled when asked about Nebraska, so much so his mouth guard with the words "big daddy" on it showed.
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When Mike Caputo transferred to West Allegheny from a rival school before his junior year, he was joining a team that didn't qualify for the playoffs the prior season.
"I like competition; I like seeing how far I can go," Caputo said. "If somebody's doing something I think I can do myself, I want to go out and do that. I want to go see how fast I can do that, how high I can jump. I just like to compete."
Caputo said he wants to try to get everyone to buy into becoming a team and working toward accomplishing the same goal.