Tom "Goz" Goslowski is the co-host of "Levack and Goz" every weekday 2-7pm on 1045 The Team. Goz is a former morning drive time host in Syracuse, NY on "TheScore1260" where he hosted "The First Quarter" every weekday from 6am-9am Tom Goslowski is a certified voter for college football's Heisman Trophy, the college football Hall of Fame along with being a member of the United States Basketball Writer's of America. Goz has also worked as the in-game studio host for Major League Baseball's Triple A Syracuse Chiefs (affiliate of the Washington Nationals) and served as the host for the Syracuse Football and basketball post-game shows. A 2x time New York State Broadcasting Award winner, Goz has covered live sporting events during his career including the NCAA basketball Tournament, NBA Draft, NHL Draft, Travers Stakes, UFC HBO/ESPN/Showtime Boxing and 3 Super Bowls A Syracuse native, Goz played football, basketball and baseball for Solvay High School. A three-time All-League selection on the gridiron, Goz went on to play NCAA Football at Hobart College. Playing on both the offensive and defensive lines, he was an All-Academic selection in his sophomore season before an injury ended his career mid-way through his junior campaign. Goz graduated Hobart as a double major with degrees in Media and Society and Political Science. TomGoz@1045Theteam.com @TomGozz
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You can hear the action on 1045 The Team
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Watch this play by the former UAlbany Great Dane lacrosse player
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Will you be watching this special when it debuts later this year?
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Despite the injuries, the Bronx Bombers now lead the division
2019 NBA Finals Schedule
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