This is a very special episode of Not Another Podcast? It is an episode where I have my good friend Brian Jozwiak on the show to talk about his career at WVU and with the Kansas City Chiefs. He also talks about why he has been helping the WVU Children’s Hospital with his Charity Joz Noz Kidz.
We then take the show on a tragic turn as we try the worst potato chip ever… seriously…
Thank you again NAP Army! We love you and hope you enjoy!
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Brian Jozwiak will forever be known as one of the most dominating offensive linemen in WVU history. In 1985 alone, Jozwiak was tabbed as an All-American by five different sources.
He was only the fourth consensus All-American in school history and one of only six Mountaineers to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. He was also named a second team All-American by the Associated Press in 1983.
During his tenure on the offensive line, No. 77 guided the Mountaineers to a 33-13-1 record and three Bowl appearances. Jozwiak was originally recruited as a defensive lineman, but made the switch in 1983. A member of WVU’s 1980-89 all-time team, Jozwiak was drafted with the seventh pick in the first round of the 1986 NFL draft by the Kansas City Chiefs and played for three seasons before injury forced him to retire. Off the field, Jozwiak was heavily involved with charity work in Morgantown during his days as a Mountaineer. Among the charities he was involved with were Special Olympics, March of Dimes, Easter Seals and the WVU Children’s Hospital.