Cowboy Football Two-A-Days: #17 and #67
Aug. 15, 2012
Laramie, Wyo. -
Archie Gray, a native of Omaha, Neb., lettered three years for the Cowboys from 1972 to '74 at split end. Gray led the Cowboys in receiving in 1973 and '74. In 1973, Gray broke onto the UW scene catching 40 passes for 988 yards and seven touchdowns. In that year, he led the Pokes to a 35-3 drubbing of Colorado State. His senior season of 1974, he caught 27 passes for 394 yards and one touchdown. He played three seasons under head coach Fritz Shurmur.
Current Cowboy to Wear #17:
6-2 / 205
John F. Kennedy HS
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
A native of Nashville, Tenn., Hewgley was an All-MSAC offensive tackle for the 1953 Cowboys. Hewgley was part of the 1954 team that went 6-4, including victories over Colorado State, BYU and Utah State. He was named to the 1957 All-Skyline team as an end. He served as an assistant coach at UW from 1960-63 and had a brother, C.T. Hewgley, who played at UW from 1949-50.
Current Cowboy to Wear #67:
6-2 / 265