Cowboy Football Two-A-Days: #14 and #64

Aug. 18, 2012

Laramie, Wyo. -


Casey Bramlet


Casey Bramlet, a Wheatland, Wyo., native, owns virtually every Wyoming football total offense and passing record. After three years as a starting quarterback form 2001-03, Bramlet left Wyoming as the all-time career leader in total offense (9,575 yards), career passing yards (9,684), career pass attempts (1,378), career competitions (767) and career touchdown passes with 56. Bramlet is the only quarterback in school history to throw for more than 9,000 yards and the only quarterback to exceed 8,000 career passing yards. He set his career passing records with three-consecutive seasons of 3,000 yards or more. From Aug. 30, 2003 to Sept. 27, 2003, Bramlet went 178 consecutive completions without an interception. He also left the Cowboys as the career- and single-season leader in average plays per game with 41.9 and 47.4 (2001), respectively. In terms of total plays, he is also the career (1,674), single season (565) and single game (75) leader in total plays from scrimmage. Bramlet was a Second Team All-Mountain West quarterback in 2001 and followed that up with Honorable Mention All-MW honors in 2002 and '03. He also earned Academic All-MW from 2000 to 2003.




A product of Lusk, Wyo., quarterback Steve Cockreham lettered three years from 1971 to 1973 for head coach Fritz Shurmur. He led the Cowboys in passing and total offense his junior and senior seasons in 1972 and '73. During his junior season of 1972, he threw for 1,010 yards on 61 completions and eight touchdowns. As a senior captain in 1973, he tossed for 1,639 yards on 89 completions and 13 touchdowns. His 1,639 pass yards made him just the second quarterback in UW history to throw for more than 1,500 yards in a season (Gary Fox; 2,336 yards in 1971). During his two years as a starter, Cockreham led the Cowboys to a 2-0 record against Colorado State, dominating the Rams by a combined score of 63-12. He was also named 1972 and 1973 Academic All-Western Athletic Conference.

Current Cowboy to Wear #14:

Daniel Sullivan
5-10 / 185
Jackson HS
Snohomish, Wash.

Current Cowboy to Wear #14:
Billy Hysong
6-2 / 182
Laramie HS
Laramie, Wyo.