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Bill Goldberg’s son Gage commits to Colorado

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

High School football player Gage Goldberg has announced his college commitment on Sunday. He will attend the University of Colorado.

He is the son of legendary wrestler Bill Goldberg, who played in the NFL before joining the pro wrestling field. The father attended the University of Georgia.

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“After a lengthy process, I am honored to announce that I am committed to the University of Colorado!!,” Gage Goldberg wrote in a Instagram post. “First of all I want to thank all of my family for pushing me to get to this point. I also would like to thank all of the coaches and friends that have made me the person I am today by making me better physically and mentally.

“I cannot wait to pursue this next step of my athletic career! #gobuffs @deionsanders @cubuffsfootball @coachkav”

Goldberg hopes to join the Buffaloes in their path to a turnaround. In 2022, the team had just one win. However, after just one season under Deion Sanders, the team had a 4-8 record, including a six-game losing streak. 

The Buffs’ last win on the season came in a 27-24 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils on October 7th in Tempe, Arizona. 

There is a tie as Goldberg’s father was previously teammates with Sanders in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons. Goldberg played high school football at Boerne Champion High School in Texas. 

Goldberg is expected to be a preferred walk-on at Colorado. 

With Shedeur Sanders, Travis Hunter, and other key players returning to the Buffaloes in 2024, the expectations are going to be high. As a preferred walk-on, Goldberg will have to earn his time on the field. 

Gage Goldberg
Gage Goldberg (Photo by Gage Goldberg/Instagram)

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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