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Sione Fua

1.26: Senior Bowl Practice -- 1 on 1 with Stanford DT Sione Fua



  1. Houston Texans0:13
  2. Pittsburgh's0:23
  3. Minnesota0:10
  4. defensive schemes0:36
  5. Registered voters1:30
Wed, 26 Jan 2011|

Matt Maiocco catches up with Sione Fua, who says Vic Fangio's defense at Stanford has prepared him well for the NFL.


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