Dagunduro started all 14 games and finished the year with 31 total tackles, including nine tackles for loss. His 3.5 sacks ranked third on the team, trailing only senior All-Big 12 ends Adam Carriker and Jay Moore. Dagunduro’s play helped the
Dagunduro made at least two tackles in each of
The powerful Dagunduro had two tackles for loss each against
Dagunduro also played in the middle on
Dagunduro had a season-best effort against Wake Forest with seven tackles, including four solo stops and two tackles for loss. He recorded his first sack against Iowa State, then had a strong effort against Texas Tech with five tackles and a hurry. He capped the year with an impressive effort against Michigan in the Alamo Bowl. Dagunduro dropped Michigan quarterback Chad Henne for a six-yard sack in the second quarter, then scooped up a Henne fumble in the fourth quarter and returned it 13 yards to the Wolverine 17 to set up NU’s game-winning touchdown.
Before Nebraska (Inglewood HS/Compton CC)
Dagunduro was a standout performer at Inglewood High School near Los Angeles. Dagunduro chose Nebraska before taking a vist to the school, choosing the Huskers over San Diego State, Arizona and Colorado.
Dagunduro's Career Statistics . . Tackles . . Fum. . . . QB Year G/S UT AT TT TFL Sacks C-R BK PBU PI Hry. Totals 26/14 27 26 53 13-46 5.5-37 0-1 1 2 0 11
Solo Tackles–4 vs. Wake Forest, 2005
Tackles for Loss–2 three times, most recently vs. Kansas State, 2006
Sacks–1 five times, most recently vs. Colorado, 2006