Cowboys Looking to Extend Current Three-Game Winning Streak
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UW This Season: Patrick Hartford will have his opportunities on special teams and as a reserve strong-side linebacker in 2012.
2011: Hartford played a role on the Cowboys' special teams and was a defensive backup at linebacker. He played in seven games and made one stop versus UNLV. He earned his second letter for his play.
2010: Hartford played in all 12 games during the season as a backup linebacker and special teams' performer. He made seven tackles, including four solo stops.
2009: Hartford did not play in any games during his redshirt freshman season.
High School: Hartford was an outstanding two-sport athlete at Rock Springs High, playing football and wrestling. He was a three-year starter at cornerback, and was elected a team captain his senior season. He helped lead Rock Springs to the semifinals of the state playoffs his senior year. He was honored as the Marine Corps Senior Athlete of the Year at Rock Springs High in 2007. An outstanding student, he was also a member of the National Honor Society. Hartford was also recruited by Carroll College of Montana and Jamestown University of North Dakota. He played for head football coach Tony Yerkovich at Rock Springs High School.
Personal: Born on the Fourth of July in 1989, he is the youngest of three children of Audrey and Murray Hartford. Hartford is majoring in business management at Wyoming.