Famed NFL draft bust-turned-actor Brian "The Boz" Bosworth is at the root of a massive poop problem ... inside a giant mansion featured on "The OC" -- this according to a new lawsuit filed by his… READ MORE >
Brian Keith Bosworth, nicknamed "The Boz", (born March 9, 1965 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is a former American football player. He was a linebacker in the NCAA and the NFL. Brian Bosworth was a college standout at the University of Oklahoma, where he was one of many blue-chip recruits from Texas lured across the border by longtime coach Barry Switzer. Known for his then radical hairstyles and criticism of the NCAA as much as his play on the field, Bosworth was never one to shy from publicity or controversy. On more than one occasion Bosworth referred to the NCAA as the "National Communists Against Athletes". He wore a shirt bearing that slogan during the 1987 Orange Bowl following the 1986 season. Banned from the game because of steroid use, Bosworth unveiled the shirt while standing on the sidelines to the shock and outrage of many, including his own coach, Switzer.