Glauberman, Joe : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Glauberman, Joe

Glauberman was named All-Big 12 honorable mention by the coaches in 2000.

Birth and Death Dates:
b. May 3, 1978

Career Highlights:
After redshirting in 1996, Glauberman earned his first letter at Missouri in 1997 as he played in six games at right guard. That year, the Tigers finished the season with a record of 7-5-0 and were ranked No. 23 by the AP and USA/Today polls; they lost 35-24 to Colorado St. in the Holiday Bowl. In 1998, Missouri finished 8-4-0 and ranked No. 21 in the AP poll (No. 25 in the USA/Today poll); they defeated West Virginia in the Insight.Com Bowl.

In 1999, Joe started all 11 games at right guard for the Tigers and had a terrific season, although the team did not. Missouri finished with a record of 4-7-0. In 2000, Glauberman made a successful switch to left tackle and started all 11 games for the Tigers, who finished 3-8-0.

Origin:
San Francisco, California

Career Dates:
Glauberman played as a tackle at Missouri from 1997-2000.

Physical description:
6'3", 272 pounds



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References:
Jewish Sports Review, September/October 2000 issue (Vol. 2, No. 8, Issue 21)


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