Cobb County

Cobb library staffer to represent KSU in Jeopardy! college tournament

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A Cobb County Public Library staffer will appear in a Jeopardy! tournament that begins next week, Cobb County announced on its website.

Raymond Goslow, a senior library assistant for periodicals, will represent Kennesaw State University in the first round of the upcoming Jeopardy! National College Championship at 8 p.m. on Feb. 15.

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The tournament was recorded last fall, but the results are a closely guarded secret.

Goslow is one of 36 contestants in the tournament. Contestants were required to be full-time undergraduate students with no prior bachelor’s degree. Tournament prizes range from $10,000 to a $250,000 grand prize.


To qualify for the tournament, Goslow participated in a yearlong process that included online tests and a mock game over Zoom.

The tournament, which is hosted by Mayim Bialik, will begin Feb. 8 and run through Feb. 22.

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Goslow graduated from KSU in December with a degree in geographic information science. He’s also a Rubik’s Cube competitor and a Spelling Bee champion.

Library Worker Conquers the Cube!

VIDEO: Meet Raymond Goslow, a 19-year-old library technician at the South Cobb Library. He has developed a unique skill when it comes to the Rubik's Cube. Actually, all sorts of cubes. He's traveled as far away as Oregon to compete in national competitions and has often brought home the gold! Watch how he does it! Cobb County Public Library System Goslow has turned his talent into a social event, forming a cubing club that meets at the library. For more information download the flyer here;

Posted by Cobb County Government on Friday, November 30, 2018

For more information about the tournament and to download a bracket, visit the Jeopardy! National College Championship website.