Cowboy Football Two-A-Days: #29 and #79
Aug. 3, 2012
Laramie, Wyo. -
Hailing from Omaha, Neb., Paul Wallace is still ranks as one of the best defensive backs in Wyoming history. Wallace currently sits No. 2 on the career interceptions list with 14. He also is tied for eighth on the single-season interception list picking off five passes during his sophomore and senior seasons of 1990 and 1992. During the 1990 season, Wallace helped lead the Pokes to a 9-4 record and a Copper Bowl berth. Wallace was named an All-Western Athletic Conference for his efforts during the 1990 season.
Current Cowboy to Wear #29:
5-11 / 200
Douglas County HS
Castle Rock, Colo.
Beginning on July 13, we will count down the 50 days to kickoff of the 2012 Wyoming Cowboy football season with a new feature titled "Cowboy Two-A-Days". Each day for 50 days leading up Wyoming's season opener at Texas on Sept. 1, we will feature some of the great Cowboys who wore jersey numbers 1-99 during their playing careers. Read More | Twitter | Facebook
Korth was a letterwinner from 1994-97, and played multiple positions along the Cowboy offensive line. The Battle Creek, Neb., native played on the 1996 team that went 10-2 and played in the WAC Championship game. He was one of six senior captains on the 1997 team that went 8-5, and he earned All-WAC honors the same season at the offensive center position. In addition to his athletic honors, Korth was a four-time Academic All-WAC selection.
Current Cowboy to Wear #79:
6-5 / 280