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About Mark Tauscher

Mark Tauscher, right tackle for the Green Bay Packers, has deep roots in Wisconsin. He was raised on a farm in Milladore, Wisconsin near Auburndale where his Mother Dianne and Father Dennis now reside.

Mark graduated from Auburndale High School and continued his education at UW-Madison where he played football for the Wisconsin Badgers. He was a walk-on player his freshman and sophomore years and remained on the team while pursuing his bachelor's degree in history. During his fifth year with the Badgers, while enrolled as a graduate student, Mark became the starting right tackle. Mark graduated with a master's degree in educational administration and continues to pursue further education through UW-Madison.

In 2000, the Green Bay Packers drafted Mark in the seventh round. He was a starter in his rookie year and received NFL All-Rookie honors. In 2004, he helped the Packers allow the fewest sacks in the NFL and established a franchise record for fewest sacks allowed in any season.

Mark's hobbies include reading, reading to children, golf, badminton, tennis, backgammon, baseball, and basketball.

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