Hometown:  Edina, Minnesota
Sport:  Football
Years:  1999-2002

A three-time All-Mountain West Conference offensive tackle, Goldberg started 44 of 45 career
games for the Cowboys. As a senior, he was selected to the Outland Trophy Watch List prior to
the 2002 season and was a first-team all- conference selection. A left tackle, he was one of the
premier offensive linemen in the Mountain West Conference. A team captain as a junior, he
earned first-team all-Mountain West Conference honors in 2001. He earned second-team all-
conference honors as a sophomore. As a redshirt freshman in 1999, he started all 11 games at
left tackle. His first career start came against defending national champion Tennessee in
Knoxville in the opening game of the 1999 season. He was selected to play in the Rotary
Gridiron Classic College All-Star Game after the 2002 season. An undrafted free agent, he
played for the Minnesota Vikings and the St. Louis Rams in the NFL for several seasons.