WATCH: Josh Allen shows everyone why NFL scouts are drooling

Josh Allen was touted as a potential top 2018 NFL Draft pick before the 2017 season began, but his final season at Wyoming didn’t exactly go as planned. Allen completed just 57.2 percent of his passes while throwing 13 touchdowns and six interceptions heading into the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl against Central Michigan.As uninspiring as his junior campaign has been, Allen is dealing...
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December 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Potato Bowl: Wyoming vs Central Michigan

Josh Allen and the Cowboys take on the Chippewas in one last ride After finishing the regular season with a whimper, the Cowboys look to snap their losing streak and win their first bowl game since 2009. They have Josh Allen back under center after deploying Nick Smith for the last two weeks. And boy, were those a fun two weeks. Smith competed fairly well against Fresno, but the...
Via Mountain West Connection
December 22, 2017

The Recruiting Road So Far: Wyoming

Cowboys appear loaded at the skill positions, but can they land a running back? This is week two and part six of our twelve-part series to kick off the recruiting season, and the final one of this week. The aim of these articles are to provide a detailed look at what each team has done thus far on the recruiting trail, what to expect come December 20th, and what work still needs...
Via Mountain West Connection
December 11, 2017

The Cowboys Prepare to Face SJSU

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November 24, 2017

Wyoming QB Josh Allen out Saturday with shoulder injury

With likely only a few more games left in his college career, Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen has a limited opportunity to impress NFL scouts as he prepares for the annual draft this upcoming spring.Unfortunately for Allen, he will miss Saturday’s game against Fresno State with a sprained AC joint in his throwing shoulder. This most definitely isn’t good news for the quarterback....
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November 18, 2017  |  Discuss

The Cowboys Take on the CSU Rams in the Border War this Saturday

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November 01, 2017

Top takeaways from Week 9 in college football

The final games of October didn’t fail to disappoint. College football Week 9 featured some huge statements, and a couple noteworthy upsets.For the second time in four games, Iowa State took down a top-four team. Meanwhile, the Penn State-Ohio State game everyone got riled up about all week long absolutely lived up to the hype.One of the top powerhouses in the nation experienced...
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October 29, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Wyoming QB Josh Allen runs backwards about 20 yards to avoid multiple sacks

One of the reasons many people who evaluate NFL talent have been intrigued by Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen is that he’s very athletic.Going up against New Mexico Saturday night, the junior gunslinger showed off this athleticism, and a flair for the dramatic, with a crazy scramble. Avoiding multiple would-be sacks, he ran almost 20 yards backwards and probably almost 100 yard total...
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October 28, 2017  |  Discuss

College football 2017 Week 9 predictions

After another week of chaos, the NCAA's best teams are hoping things calm down. Being a ranked team is supposed to be easy, right?Still, there's nothing like a little unpredictability to make the season a lot more exciting. With the 2017 slate moving to the second half, seasons are being made and broken with each win and loss. Here are some games to keep an eye on this week.
October 25, 2017  |  Discuss

Cowboys get little respect in preseason from MW media

The Mountain West held its annual Men’s Basketball Media Summit Wednesday, which is a fancy term for media day, here in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Casino & Hotel. Aside from the odd name, the oddest thing to me … Continue reading →
Via The Cowboy Chronicles
October 18, 2017

Wyoming QB Josh Allen deleted Twitter off his phone after Oregon game

Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen revealed this week that he deleted Twitter from his phone after putting up a dud against Oregon last weekend.Allen entered the season in contention to be the No. 1 overall pick in next year’s NFL draft. After poor showings against Iowa and then Oregon, his draft stock may have slipped.He doesn’t really want to hear about it, which is why he got rid...
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September 23, 2017  |  Discuss

Oregon 49, Wyoming 13 – postgame thoughts

Well, that wasn’t pleasant. Wyoming’s 49-13 loss to Oregon this past Saturday continued to show the Cowboys’ shortcomings — no running game, little to no pass protection, overall inconsistencies in the pass game and struggles on third down. That’s just … Continue reading →
Via The Cowboy Chronicles
September 17, 2017

15 biggest disappointments of college football Week 3

Week 3 of the college football season didn’t feature too many surprises. Sure, we had Nebraska lose to a MAC team, but for the most part, teams that were expected to win took care of business. Still, that doesn’t mean some teams, units, coaches, or players didn’t disappoint us.Here’s a look at the 15 biggest disappointments from college football Week 3.Nebraska CornhuskersPerhaps...
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September 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Week 3 college football players to watch

Week 3 is filled with great matchups, led by the defending champion Clemson Tigers heading to Louisville to take on defending Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson and his Cardinals. We also get treated to Tennessee-Florida, Texas-USC and Wisconsin-BYU, among others. There are some great opportunities for players to show their wares on the biggest stages — the elite passers, big runners...
September 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Predicting studs and duds for college football Week 3

College football’s second week was about measuring stick games. We realized Oklahoma is a real playoff contender. We realized Georgia should be the SEC East’s favorite, by a good margin. We realized Stanford isn’t as close to USC as we might have thought. We realized Michigan isn’t as close to playoff contention as we might have thought.For most teams, however, we still don’t really...
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September 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Cowboys Look To Take Down The Ducks

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September 13, 2017

From The Big Board: Ask The Cowboys (Gardner-Webb Game)

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September 13, 2017

Top takeaways from college football Week 2

There were some humongous games on the schedule in college football Week 2, and they produced memorable results for die-hard and casual fans alike.Starting early in the day when Iowa outlasted Iowa State to claim the Cy-Hawk Trophy in overtime, big plays were on the menu. One of last year’s Heisman finalists got some sweet revenge later in the evening, and last year’s Heisman winner...
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September 10, 2017  |  Discuss

NFL Week 1 predictions

The wait is over. After four weeks of exhibition football, and the drama of 90-man rosters being cut to 53 in one fell swoop, the regular season is here. There are big names making their debuts in new places, and plenty of teams are already facing big questions at some of the most important positions on the field. New England's quest to defend their title should take center stage...
September 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Iowa 24, Wyoming 3 – postgame thoughts

Wyoming’s first game didn’t go as I thought. I will be honest, I didn’t expect the Cowboys to win at Iowa. However, the way the 24-3 loss went was kind of a surprise. I didn’t think UW would roll a … Continue reading →
Via The Cowboy Chronicles
September 03, 2017

WATCH: Wyoming punter Tim Zaleski completely whiffs on punt attempt

When you’re a small school like Wyoming going up against a big program like Iowa, you need all the little things to go your way to pull off the upset. Cowboys quarterback Josh Allen provided an early example of what that looks like when he helped create the game’s first points. Later in the second quarter, however, Wyoming punter Tim Zaleski did quite the opposite. This whiff cost...
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September 02, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Josh Allen magically escapes overwhelming pressure against Iowa

For those of us who haven’t had the pleasure of seeing Josh Allen play, Saturday provided a perfect opportunity to see what the fuss is all about.The Wyoming quarterback is attempting to lead an upset on the road against Iowa Saturday and showed off his athleticism, grit and competitive fire.Facing third-and-10 in Iowa territory in the second quarter, Allen was immediately under...
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September 02, 2017  |  Discuss

PODCAST: 2017 Wyoming football preview

Josh Allen leads the Cowboys into 2017. Matt and Jeremy are back for their next season preview which is the Wyoming Cowboys. The main attraction for the Cowboys is quarterback Josh Allen who is expected to be a high NFL Draft pick, but his weapons are lacking due to multiple players off to the NFL. The Cowboys won the Mountain Division last year and to do so they will need to reload...
Via Mountain West Connection
June 01, 2017

Breaking down Iowa Football’s non-conference schedule

The Iowa football team is coming off an 8-5 year and have many key positions to replace. This upcoming season, Iowa will play Wyoming, Iowa State, and North Texas in non-conference play. Each of these teams will provide a different challenge for the Hawkeyes who hope to sweep the non-conference schedule after suffering a heartbreaking loss to North Dakota State outside of league...
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May 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Wyoming schedules home and home with Utah

Wyoming will face a former Mountain West foe. The Wyoming Cowboys are going to host a Power Five opponent next decade as they have scheduled and home-and-home with Utah in 2020 and 2025. The teams will first play in Laramie at War Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020, and the second game will be the season opener at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Utah on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2025....
Via Mountain West Connection
May 03, 2017
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