Cowboy Football Two-A-Days: #39 and #89
July 24, 2012
Laramie, Wyo. -
Dane Ingram, a native of Denver, Colo., lettered four years at cornerback for head coach Al Kincaid. The Cowboys best season while Ingram played came during his freshman season of 1981 when they went 8-3 highlighted by a 55-21 victory over Colorado State. During Ingram's four years, he helped lead the Pokes to a 26-21 overall record with a 3-1 record over CSU.
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Hamilton was a three-year contributor for the Pokes, earning letters from 1958-60 at the split end position. His UW teams won 25 games in three years, including a 14-6 Sun Bowl victory over Hardin-Simmons in 1958. The 1959 Pokes were even more successful, going 9-1, with a narrow loss to Air Force as the only blemish on the record. From Torrington, Wyo., Hamilton was an All-Mountain States Athletic Conference selection in 1960.
Current Cowboy to Wear #89:
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