20 Questions with Kaluka Maiava

20 Questions with Kaluka Maiava

SCPlaybook takes you beyond the stats so you can learn more about your favorite USC players. In the latest installment of 20 questions, Kaluka Maiava lets us know his favorite athlete, hobbies and much more.

43 Kaluka Maiava
LB 6-0, 230 Sr.
Wailuku, HI

Favorite Professional Sports Team: Chicago Bears

Favorite Athlete: Troy Polamalu

Favorite Artist/ Music Group: Bob Marley

Person You Admire Most: My grandmother.

Most Prized Possession: Right now, my iPod.

Hobbies: Hunting

Career After Football: Owning my own company in Hawaii.

Reason for choosing USC: They are the best.

Best Win: Notre Dame 2005 (Bush Push)

Toughest Loss: Oregon State 2008

Best player you ever played with: Reggie Bush

Best player you ever played against: Vince Young

Favorite Movie: 300

Favorite TV Show: Dog the Bounty Hunter

Favorite Class: I like math.

Favorite Food: All Hawaiian food.

Favorite Stadium other than Coliseum: Memorial Stadium (Nebraska)

Favorite college helmets other than USC: Oregon's black ones.

Lebron James or Kobe Bryant: Lebron James

Peyton Manning or Tom Brady: Peyton Manning


Kaluka Maiava celebrates during USC's 28-7 win over UCLA. (Paul Pinner Photo)

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