|High School:||St. Louis School|
2000 Second-Team Academic All-Big 12
2000 Big 12 Commissioner's Spring Academic Honor Roll
1999 Big 12 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll
Junior Tagoa’i (pronounced TAH-go-eye) was a key member of the Husker offensive line this fall. Tagoa’i backed up both of Nebraska’s starting offensive guards and played in all 13 games. Tagoa’i finished tied for fifth on the team in pancakes and will continue to back up left guard Mike Erickson and right guard Wes Cody in Nebraska’s bowl game.
2002: Tagoa’i finished the season with 91 pancakes and helped Nebraska’s offense lead the Big 12 in rushing at 268.9 yards per game. Tagoa’i had five double-figure pancake efforts, highlighted by 18 knock-downs at Texas A&M. In that game, the NU offensive line set a school record with 110 pancakes as the Huskers rushed for 381 yards. Tagoa’i also reached double figures in pancakes against
2001: Tagoa'i played in just three games after moving from defense to offense in spring practice. He had six pancakes on the season, two against Rice and a career-best four at Baylor. He also played at
2000: Tagoa'i played in five regular-season games (
1999: A scholarship athlete, Tagoa'i redshirted his first season.
Personal: Junior's real name, Tamotu, is pronounced Tom-MOE-Too. Tagoa'i lived in