Dan Blocker played Hoss in on the TV Show "Bonanza". He never played football on a professional NFL team but he did play for a college while he was in the military. He played football in 1946 at Baptist-affiliated Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas
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Dan Blocker, who played the character Hoss Cartwright on Bonanza, was an offensive lineman for the 1946 Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys. The team went 11-0 and won its conference championship (Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association) but no national championship. The team played in the 1947 Alamo Bowl and defeated the University of Denver, 20-0.
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