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  Sean Chambers needed a change. And if he's being honest, he contemplated whether or not it would include football. His first few seasons as Wyoming's starting quarterback have all ended the same way. One season-ending injury after another took a mental toll on Chambers, who's lost just three times as the Cowboys' starter but has only played in 13 games over three seasons because of two fractured legs and a knee that's been surgically repaired. Chambers has already proven to be one of the Mountain West's most dynamic dual-threat signal callers when he's on the field, accounting for 22 career touchdowns in those games (10 passing, 12 rushing). But once the latest injury occurred on the first series of UW's pandemic-shortened season at Nevada last fall, Chambers admitted he started to wonder if this football thing was for him.

"Football was the worst thing in the world, especially college football," Chambers said. "I've had so much fun playing football, and in college, three straight season-ending injuries...I went to a dark place and thought about it." Yet Chambers joined the rest of his teammates inside War Memorial Stadium on Tuesday to go through the Cowboys' first spring practice. He's healthy again and said he feels no limitations, though he admitted it's going to take some time to work himself back into playing shape. UW had to cancel its spring last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, so those three snaps against the Wolf Pack are the only reps he's gotten in a game or practice since mid-October. - Casper Star-Tribune


(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
News Source: Casper Star-Tribune


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