November 19, 2011
JT Haddan, a 2008 Moffat County High School graduate, looks for a block against Colorado School of Mines on Oct. 6 in Pueblo. Haddan plays guard for the Colorado State University-Pueblo football team and has helped lead the Thunderwolves to an 11-0 season and a top seed in the NCAA Division II playoffs.
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Four years ago, JT Haddan was playing running back and linebacker at the Bulldogs Proving Grounds for the Moffat County High School varsity football team. On Dec. 14, Haddan, now in his fourth year at Colorado State University-Pueblo, could be playing for a national championship. Haddan made the move to offensive guard and has been part of a dominate Thunderwolves offensive line unit that has led CSU-Pueblo to an 11-0 record, a No. 1 ranking in the American Football Coaches’ Association NCAA Division II poll and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division II playoffs. “We just all bought into playing one game at a time,” Haddan said Thursday of his team. “We have to play hard on every play and focus on the details.”