Two-year starter who returns to handle the Horned Frogs' punting chores in 2002... is a candidate for all-conference accolades... the left-footed kicker owns a career average of 42.2 yards per punt... ranks third on TCU's all-time charts for career punting average behind Chris Becker (43.0) and James Gargus (42.5)... longest punt of his career is a 79-yarder in 2000.
2001: Bounced back from a broken right leg to enjoy an excellent junior campaign... punted 65 times for an average of 42.4 yards per punt (33rd in the country), including a 52.8 yard per punt average at Tulane, the third best single-game punting performance in TCU history... in that contest, he boomed a season-best 71-yard punt... 21 of his 65 punts (32 percent) pinned the opponents inside the 20... opponents averaged just 5.9 yards on its returns, the nation's third best mark... TCU's net punting average was 38.4 yards, 15th in the nation... posted a TCU bowl game-record 49.8 yard average on six punts in the galleryfurniture.com Bowl game vs. Texas A&M.
2000: Started at punter in the first six games of the season... broke the fibula and the tibia in his right leg vs. Rice in the season's seventh game... averaged 41.6 yards per punt... boomed a 79-yard punt vs. Nevada.
1999: Served as a squadman as a redshirt freshman.
1998: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Earned all-state honors as a punter and place kicker at Burleson High... first-team all-District 13-4A... a consensus state Top 100 selection... kicked 25-of-33 field goal attempts, including a dozen of 40 yards or longer... hit a school-record 52-yard field goal as a senior... converted 74-of-78 career PAT attempts... also earned all-district honors in baseball... hit .467 with 11 home runs... selected TCU over Texas, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Michigan and Kansas State.
Personal: Joseph Anthony Biasatti is the son of Tony and Donna Biasatti of Burleson... father also kicked at TCU... born February 6, 1980... is a business major... named pronounced BEE-uh-sot-ee.