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Wasswa Serwanga (wasswa meaning older male twin) (born July 23, 1976) is a former American football cornerback in the National Football League and Arena Football League. He played one season for the San Francisco 49ers and two for the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL, and one for the Los Angeles Avengers of the AFL. Serwanga attended and played football for UCLA, Sacramento State University and University of the Pacific. His hometown is Sacramento, California where he and his brother were standout defensive backs for the Sacramento High School Dragons. He is the identical twin brother of former NFL player
. Currently he is a vice president with Washington Mutual Business Banking.
At the time of the first public training camp practice at Bryant College on July 26, they had the NFL maximum of 80 players signed to their roster. The Patriots received seven roster exemptions for the NFL Europe allocations of Michael Bishop, Brad Costello, Tony George, Sean Morey, Josh Rawlings,
, and Tony Simmons. Additionally, the Patriots allocated wide receiver Tony Hamler and linebackers John Eskridge and Marc Megna to NFL Europe and received roster exemptions for them, but those players were waived before the start of training camp. Finally, injured draft pick Brock Williams had not yet signed a contract at the start of camp and did not count against the roster limit.
Oregon State opened the 1996 season losing to 1-AA Montana 35-14 in Corvallis. In two road games against Southern California and Baylor, the Beavers lost a combined 88-27. At the end of September, Oregon State scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns in Berkeley against California to tie the game at 35. There had never been a tie in the California-Oregon State series, and this game would be no different as the game went into overtime. This was the first season that NCAA Division 1-A football instituted overtime play to decide tied games. The teams traded touchdowns in the first overtime. In the second overtime, the Beavers lined up for a game-winning field goal on third down at the three. The snap was low and Randy Lund's kick was blocked.
picked up the ball and nearly ended the game, rumbling 71-yards before finally being dragged down. After Lund's 49-yard field goal was short in the third overtime, California's Pat Barnes punched it in from three yards out for a 48-42 win. It was the first triple overtime Division 1-A game.
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