Hey, Who is That?

San Diego -- Today marked the last practice of the season the season for the Oregon Ducks as they prepare for Tuesday's showdown with Oklahoma State. One of Oregon's traditions is for the players to swap around numbers, just to confuse media. Walking out of the locker room wearing No. 9 was Fenuki Tupou, so we asked him what was up.
December 28, 2008

Tupou ready to get back at it.

Would you like to be the man that will face Fenuki Tupou, 6-6, 325 on Saturday afternoon in Autzen Stadium when the 16th ranked Oregon Ducks face the Utah State Aggies? Tupou took some time yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon just before practice to answer some timid questions from media.
September 3, 2008

Tupou sat out game due to rule infraction

The Oregon Ducks further explained today that offensive tackle Fenuki Tupou had been suspended from the team for receiving improper benefits from the representative of a professional sport management firm.
August 31, 2008

Two Ducks Named to Outland Trophy Watch List

DALLAS – The Football Writers Association of America has released its 2008 Outland Trophy Watch List, which includes two linemen from the University of Oregon – senior center Max Unger and senior offensive tackle Fenuki Tupou. In all, seventy standout linemen from around the country have been nominated for consideration in the preseason.
April 18, 2008

Big-time JC OT gets Husky offer

With the Husky offensive line losing five players to graduation after this season, Husky coaches have been hitting the JC campuses across the country hoping to add at least one big body ready to step into the line rotation. Sierra College OT Fenuki Tupou is one such big body and he spoke recently with how his season is going and what has been happening with recruiting.
October 19, 2005

Tupou looking forward to Nebraska visit

Nebraska is looking for some help at the tackle position. One thing is for sure though and that is that it is not easy to come in and play immediately out of high school at the offenisve line position at Nebraska under the West Coast Offense. That is why Nebraska has targeted one of the best junior college offensive tackles in the nation.
September 24, 2005