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Glen Kozlowski Athlete Profile

#7 Glen Kozlowski

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-1 Weight: 195 Roster Years: 1981 | 1983-1985 Hometown: Carlsbad, CA Last School: Carlsbad High School


  • 1984 AP Honorable Mention
  • 1984 Football News Honorable Mention
  • 1984 UPI Honorable Mention


Born in Honolulu, Hawai`i ... parents are Michael and Marilyn ... older brother, Michael, played at Colorado and was a strong safety for the Miami Dolphins ... married Julie Anderson in `82 ... graduated early from high school to participate in BYU spring practice ... a pre-med major.

Before BYU

Had three letters in football, three in basketball and two in track ... was first team All-CIF two years in a row at Carlsbad High ... team MVP two years in a row ... all-league and player of the year ... broke a number of school records ... was the basketball team's MVP ... all-league in baseball and led team to league finals two years in a row ... holds school record for most basketball steals in a season.


Year    REC   YDS   TD   LONG   AVG/R   AVG/G
1981    29    376    5    49     13.0    2.6
1983    29    532    5    44     18.3    2.6
1984    55    879   11    42     16.0    4.6
1985    23    436    2    51     19.0    4.6

1981 | Freshman Year

Had several acrobatic catches during an outstanding season ... caught TD passes vs. Air Force, UTEP, Colorado, San Diego State and Colorado State ... missed a couple of games due to injuries ... had a 39-yard reception vs. Washington State in the `81 Holiday Bowl ... opened the season with five catches for 85 yards, including a 49-yard reception vs. Long Beach State.

1983 | Sophomore Year

Was the fifth-leading receiving ... best game was vs. San Diego State, when he caught nine passes for 188 yards and a touchdown ... was receiver of the week vs. San Diego State, UCLA and Utah State.

1984 | Junior Year

Co-captain ... played the entire season with a hairline fracture of an elbow ... extended his streak to 34 consecutive games catching a pass, not including receptions in three Holiday Bowls ... First Team All-Western Athletic Conference ... honorable mention All-America by Associated Press, United Press International and Football News ... five times selected as receiver of the game by the Cougar coaches, vs. Hawai`i, Wyoming, New Mexico, San Diego State and Utah ... second-leading receiver on the team ... WAC player of the week vs. Utah after catching eight passes for 162 yards and a TD ... ESPN offensive player of the game vs. New Mexico when he caught three TD passes ... caught three passes for 35 yards and a TD vs. Michigan in the Holiday Bowl ... TD catch in that game was leaping grab at the back of the end zone.

1985 | Senior Year

Old Spice Co-Player of the Game by Raycom TV vs. Boston College in the Meadowlands' Kickoff Classic ... had 10 catches for 241 yards and a TD in that BC game ... reinjured his knee in the Wyoming game.