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'''Joseph Daniel Biscaha''' (born June 1, 1937) is a former [[American football]] player. An [[End (American football)|offensive end]], he played [[college football]] at the [[University of Richmond]], and played professionally in the [[National Football League]] for the [[New York Giants]] in [[1959 NFL season|1959]], and in the [[American Football League]] for the [[Boston Patriots]] in [[1960 AFL season|1960]]. After signing with the [[New York Titans (football)|New York Titans]] in 1961, he retired from professional football.
'''Joseph Daniel Biscaha''' (born June 1, 1937) is a former [[American football]] player. An [[End (American football)|offensive end]], he played [[college football]] at the [[University of Richmond]], and played professionally in the [[National Football League]] for the [[New York Giants]] in [[1959 NFL season|1959]], and in the [[American Football League]] for the [[Boston Patriots]] in [[1960 AFL season|1960]]. After signing with the [[New York Titans (football)|New York Titans]] in 1961, he retired from professional football.
 
   
 
Biscaha played [[high school football]] at [[Pope Pius XII High School]] in [[Passaic, New Jersey]].<ref>[http://www.databasefootball.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=BISCAJOE01 Joe Biscaha] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20070214042835/http://www.databasefootball.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=BISCAJOE01 |date=2007-02-14 }}, database Football. Accessed December 25, 2007.</ref>
 
Biscaha played [[high school football]] at [[Pope Pius XII High School]] in [[Passaic, New Jersey]].<ref>[http://www.databasefootball.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=BISCAJOE01 Joe Biscaha] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20070214042835/http://www.databasefootball.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=BISCAJOE01 |date=2007-02-14 }}, database Football. Accessed December 25, 2007.</ref>
   
Following his career in professional football, he entered the field of education where he served as a teacher of Biology and football coach at Paterson Central, [[John F. Kennedy High School (Paterson, New Jersey)|JFK]], [[Passaic Valley Regional High School|Passaic Valley]] and [[Bloomfield High School (New Jersey)|Bloomfield]] high schools. He also coached in the initial years for the [[Paterson Catholic High School]] program in football. His teaching/coaching career continued for 25 years and was highlighted by three New Jersey State Championship seasons, 1975,1979 and 1980, at Passaic Valley and numerous coaching honors. After an eight-year retirement from Education, while working in financial services, he returned to serve ten years as a School Administrator at [[Passaic County Technical Institute]] until his retirement in 2005.
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Following his career in professional football, he entered the field of education where he served as a teacher of Biology and football coach at Paterson Central, [[John F. Kennedy High School (Paterson, New Jersey)|JFK]], [[Passaic Valley Regional High School|Passaic Valley]] and [[Bloomfield High School (New Jersey)|Bloomfield]] high schools. He also coached in the initial years for the [[Paterson Catholic High School]] program in football. His teaching/coaching career continued for 25 years and was highlighted by three New Jersey State Championship seasons, 1975, 1979 and 1980, at Passaic Valley and numerous coaching honors. After an eight-year retirement from Education, while working in financial services, he returned to serve ten years as a School Administrator at [[Passaic County Technical Institute]] until his retirement in 2005.
   
 
Having graduated from the [[University of Richmond]] with a BS in Biology, he later attained an MA in School Administration in 1966 from [[Seton Hall University]].
 
Having graduated from the [[University of Richmond]] with a BS in Biology, he later attained an MA in School Administration in 1966 from [[Seton Hall University]].
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Latest revision as of 20:30, August 5, 2020

Joe Biscaha
Position:End
Personal information
Born: (1937-06-01) June 1, 1937 (age 83)
Clifton, New Jersey
Career information
College:Richmond
NFL Draft:1959 / Round: 27 / Pick: 323
Career history
*New York Giants (1959)
Player stats at PFR

Joseph Daniel Biscaha (born June 1, 1937) is a former American football player. An offensive end, he played college football at the University of Richmond, and played professionally in the National Football League for the New York Giants in 1959, and in the American Football League for the Boston Patriots in 1960. After signing with the New York Titans in 1961, he retired from professional football.

Biscaha played high school football at Pope Pius XII High School in Passaic, New Jersey.[1]

Following his career in professional football, he entered the field of education where he served as a teacher of Biology and football coach at Paterson Central, JFK, Passaic Valley and Bloomfield high schools. He also coached in the initial years for the Paterson Catholic High School program in football. His teaching/coaching career continued for 25 years and was highlighted by three New Jersey State Championship seasons, 1975, 1979 and 1980, at Passaic Valley and numerous coaching honors. After an eight-year retirement from Education, while working in financial services, he returned to serve ten years as a School Administrator at Passaic County Technical Institute until his retirement in 2005.

Having graduated from the University of Richmond with a BS in Biology, he later attained an MA in School Administration in 1966 from Seton Hall University.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Joe Biscaha Script error, database Football. Accessed December 25, 2007.



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