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#77 Peter Dyakowski
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 310 lbs.
Class: Senior
Experience: 2 Letters
City/State: Vancouver, Canada
High School: Vancouver College
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Peter Dyakowski Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 05/04/2007

2006 SEC Good Works Team
2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2004 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2003 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Saw four years of work pay off as a senior as he started all 13 games for the Tigers at right tackle ... Three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... For career, played in 26 games with 13 starts ... Was the first Canadian-born athlete to sign a football scholarship with the Tigers ... Graduated in spring of 2006 with a degree in history ... Donated more time to community service projects and activities than any other LSU student-athlete ... Drafted in the 2nd round (11th overall pick) in the 2006 Canadian Football League (CFL) Draft by Hamilton ... Signed a free agent deal with the New Orleans Saints following the 2007 NFL Draft.  

SENIOR SEASON (2006)
Started all 13 games in 2006 for the Tigers at right tackle ... Saw action in a total of 718 snaps from scrimmage, which was the second-highest total among offensive linemen for the Tigers ... Recorded 66 knockdown blocks and 15 pancake blocks to date ... Missed the majority of the Arizona game after breaking his right hand ... Returned to action the next week versus Auburn and was in on all 60 of the Tigers’ snaps, recording three knockdown blocks and one pancake block ... Recorded eight knockdown blocks and four pancake blocks, both season highs, in the Tigers’ win over Tennessee ... Was nearly as good against Tulane, making eight knockdown blocks and one pancake ... Named to both the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the SEC Good Works Team.

JUNIOR SEASON (2005)
Played in four games with no starts ... Missed six games with an injured foot ... Played in the season-opener against Arizona State before suffering the foot injury prior to the Tennessee game ... Returned to action against Appalachian State ... Also played against Ole Miss and Georgia ... Played a total of 77 snaps ... Had 5 pancakes and 10 knockdowns ... Didn't allow a sack and yielded just 1 quarterback pressure.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004)
Played in five games with no starts ... Played a total of 19 plays on offense ...  Saw action against Arkansas State (10 snaps), Mississippi State (special teams), Alabama (3 snaps), Ole Miss (special teams) and Arkansas (6 snaps) ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2003)
Redshirt freshman who saw action in four games for the Tigers ... Played against UL-Monroe, Louisiana Tech, Alabama and Arkansas ... Saw action in a total of 26 plays ... Had 1  pancake and 1 knockdown in 17 snaps against UL-Monroe ... Played 12 snaps vs. Louisiana Tech, 4  vs. Alabama and 3 against Arkansas.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2002)
Redshirted as a true freshman in 2002.

HIGH SCHOOL
Big and talented offensive lineman that did not yield a quarterback sack as a senior ... Named first-team All-Canadian and All-Western Canadian ... First-team Academic All-Canadian ... Ranked as the No. 2 offensive lineman in Canada by All-Canada Gridiron ... Doubled as a defensive lineman ... Coached by Todd Burnett.

PERSONAL
Full name is Peter Stefan Dyakowski ... Born April 19, 1984, in Vancouver, British Columbia ... Dad is Antony Dyakowski ... Has two brothers, Alex and Nicholas ... Drives a 1979 Firebird that he rebuilt ... Lists his hobby as working on his powder blue 1979 Firebird ... Also in rebuilding projects on an '84 Ford F-150 and a '80 Buick Century ... Only player on team to list snow skiing as a favorite sport other than football ... When asked about his favorite NFL team on a football questionnaire, he scratched out NFL and added the CFL's British Columbia Lions as his favorite professional team ... Originally nicknamed "The Mullet" because of his hair style during his first two years at LSU ... After making a deal with his teammates, shaved his head in the locker room following LSU's win over Oklahoma in the national championship game.

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