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Randy Trautman

Defensive Tackle

Randy Trautman

Inducted 1999

Date of Birth



Caldwell, ID


Boise State University (1978-1981)


Randy Trautman walked on to the Boise State team as freshman defensive tackle in 1978 and was named Division I-AA (FCS) All-America in 1980 and 1981 by the American Football Coaches Association and the Associated Press. In his time Boise State had a four-year 37-11 record. The 1980 team won the national championship in Division I-AA, beating Grambling 14-9, and Eastern Kentucky, 31-29 in the playoffs. The 1981 team won its first playoff game over Jackson State 19-7 and lost in the semifinals to Eastern Kentucky, 24-17. Trautman was named Player of the Game against Eastern Kentucky. After his college days, Trautman played for Calgary in the Canadian Football League.


Height 6'3

Weight 250

Career Highlights

  • 1981 All-Conference
  • 1981 First-Team All-America (FCS)
  • 1980 All-Conference
  • 1980 First-Team All-America (FCS)
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