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#90 Josh Mauro
Position: Defensive End
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 282
Year: 5th Year Senior
Hometown: Hurst, Texas
High School: L.D. Bell
Major: Science, Technology & Society
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As a Fifth-Year Senior (2013)
• Selected to East-West Shrine Game
• Bednarik Award watch list
• Ted Hendricks Award midseason watch list
• Invited to East-West Shrine Game
• All-Pac-12 honorable mention
• Stanford's Defensive Player of the Game at Army
• Stanford's Defensive Player of the Game vs. California
•  13 games played
•  51 tackles (33 solo), 12.5 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception
• Seven tackles (six solo) at Army
• Two tackles, one sack and 25-yard interception return vs. Arizona State
     • First career interception
• One sack at Washington State
• Four tackles (three solo) vs. Washington
• Eight tackles (six solo), one pass breakup at Utah
• Four tackles (1.0 for loss) vs. UCLA
• Eight tackles (3.0 for loss), one sack at Oregon State
• Three tackles, 0.5 sack vs. Oregon
• Four tackles, one sack and one quarterback hurry vs. Cal
• Two tackles (1.0 for loss) at Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
• Two tackles (1.0 for loss), one forced fumble against Michigan State in Rose Bowl

As a Senior (2012)
• Fifth on team with 6.0 sacks
• 19 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss
• Solo five-yard sack vs. USC
     • Fumble recovery to end second-quarter USC drive
• 1.5 sacks (-10 yards) vs. Washington State
• Solo sack at UCLA
• Solo sack at Colorado
• Fumble recovery to set up game-winning touchdown drive vs. Oregon State

As a Junior (2011)
• Played in all 13 games as reserve defensive end
• Four tackles (two solo)
• One sack at Washington State
• One sack vs. Notre Dame

As a Sophomore (2010)
• Saw action in nine games as a reserve defensive lineman
• Seven tackles (five solo)
• Two tackles against Sacramento State
• Five tackles against Wake Forest

As a Freshman (2009)
• Did not see action

The Mauro File
• Graduated from L.D. Bell (Texas) and played for head coach Gary Olivo
• Nation’s 31st-best weakside defensive end by Rivals
• Played defensive end, linebacker and quarterback during career
• 80 tackles (12 for loss), 12 sacks, five forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one blocked kick as a senior
• Seven catches for 155 yards and one touchdown as a tight end
• District 5-5A first team
• Dallas Morning News first team all-area
• Associated Press all-state
• Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team second team all-area
• Texas Writers’ Association all-state second team
• Lettered in basketball
• Born in St. Albans, England
• Full name is Joshua Daniel Mauro
• Son of Greg Mauro and Joy Christian
• Brother, Joe, played quarterback at Northwestern
• Stepbrother, Nathan, played football at Harding
• Stepbrother, Darrick, played football at Blinn, Florida A&M and Harding
• Hobbies include basketball, movies, reading and boating
• Majoring in science, technology and society (management science and engineering)