The Info List - Joe Garten

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Joe Garten (born August 13, 1968) is a former American college and professional football player who was an offensive lineman in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and World League of American Football (WLAF). He played college football for the University of Colorado, where he was a two-time consensus All-American. He played professionally for the Las Vegas Posse and San Antonio Texans of the CFL, and the Barcelona Dragons and Frankfurt Galaxy of the WLAF. Professional career[edit] Garten was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round (164th pick overall) of the 1991 NFL Draft.[1] References[edit]

^ "Joe Garten 1991 NFL Draft Profile". ESPN.com. Retrieved July 10, 2012. 

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1989 College Football All-America Team consensus selections


QB Andre Ware RB Anthony Thompson RB Emmitt Smith WR Clarkston Hines WR Terance Mathis TE Mike Busch

OL Jim Mabry OL Bob Kula OL Mohammed Elewonibi OL Joe Garten OL Eric Still C Jake Young


DL Chris Zorich DL Greg Mark DL Tim Ryan DL Moe Gardner

LB Percy Snow LB Keith McCants LB Alfred Williams

DB Todd Lyght DB Mark Carrier DB Tripp Welborne DB LeRoy Butler

Special teams

PK Jason Hanson P Tom Rouen

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1990 College Football All-America Team consensus selections


QB Ty Detmer RB Eric Bieniemy RB Darren Lewis WR Raghib Ismail WR Herman Moore TE Chris Smith

OT Antone Davis OT Stacy Long OG Joe Garten OG Ed King C John Flannery


DL Moe Gardner DL Chris Zorich DL Russell Maryland DL David Rocker

LB Mike Stonebreaker LB Alfred Williams LB Maurice Crum

DB Ken Swilling DB Tripp Welborne DB Darryll Lewis DB Todd Lyght

Special teams

P Brian Greenfield PK Philip Doyle

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1990 Colorado Buffaloes football—AP & USA Today/CNN national champions

Greg Biekert Eric Bieniemy Ronnie Bradford Chad Brown Christian Fauria Deon Figures Joe Garten David Gibbs Darian Hagan Garry Howe Chris Hudson Charles Johnson Vance Joseph Jay Leeuwenburg Dave McCloughan Kanavis McGhee Mike Pritchard Leonard Renfro Tom Rouen Joel Steed Michael Westbrook Alfred Williams

Head coach: Bill McCartney

Assistant coaches: Gary Barnett Mike Barry Brian Cabral Gerry DiNardo Mike Hankwitz Bob Simmon