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PHOTO SAFARI: Cougar youth on display

PHOTO SAFARI: Cougar youth on display

LEWISTON – One of the fall camp joys every season for CougFans is to see the new Cougars on the field practicing in crimson gear for the first time. Just out of high school, many will physically transform over the next year. But d-lineman Ngalu Tapa, captured by the CF.C lens, is already one very large individual.

IT DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU VIEW HIM FROM THE FRONT OR REAR, TRUE FRESHMAN NGALU TAPA AT 6-2, 314-POUNDS IS ONE LARGE, WIDEBODY INDIVIDUAL LOOKS LIKE...

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