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The Freshman Fifteen - Leo Musso

The Freshman Fifteen - Leo Musso

The last in-state player to commit to the 2012 recruiting class, former Waunakee captain Leo Musso was a first-team all-star running back, who lead his team to three straight division two state championships. Now he's looking to be a leader on defense. Badger Nation gets to know the freshman safety a little better in our popular feature.

MADISON - Every time someone told former Waunakee High tailback Leo Musso that he was too small to compete in the Big Ten, he would just nod his name and put that away in his memory bank. For a player that always showed a lot of fight on the football field, it might have been the motivation that pushed him over the edge. Rushing for 5,531 yards and 87 touchdowns (93 total touchdowns) in his... Recommended Stories

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