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Name: Sean Chambers (Transfer from Wyoming)
College: Montana State     Number: 2
Height: 6-2   Weight: 225
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.54
   40 Time: 4.64
  40 High: 4.73

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Wyoming...NAC...2020: NAC...(+) 10-24-20 Leg INJ/Out for 2020...Announced transfer from Wyoming to Montana St on Jan 9 '22. Entered transfer portal to leave Wyoming on Dec 23 '21. 90-177-1125-6-7-50.8 pass, 71-209-2.9-3 rush, 2 TT, FR


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  Sean Chambers threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score, and Wyoming beat Ball State 45-12 on Saturday. Chambers completed 14 of 23 passes for 201 yards. He threw a short TD pass to Treyton Welch early in the second quarter, and his 1-yard scoring run late made it 31-0 at halftime. Xazavian Valladay and Dawaiian McNeely also had touchdown runs for the Cowboys (3-0). Wyoming's Keyon Blankenbaker had an interception in the first quarter and ran 50 yards into the end zone. Chad Muma's 45-yard pick-6 capped the scoring with 6:35 remaining. Carson Steele and Will Jones each had a touchdown run for Ball State (1-2). - Wyoming/AP College Football

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  Sean Chambers ran nine yards for the winning touchdown with 1:35 remaining and Wyoming blunted a furious Northern Illinois comeback with a 50-43 win on Saturday. Isaiah Neyor scored three touchdowns, two via passes from Chambers, as the Cowboys (2-0) built a 42-16 lead by late in the third quarter. Wyoming intercepted Northern Illinois' Rocky Lombardi three times, his first picks of the season and most since throwing three against Iowa in November 2020. Two of the three interceptions led to Wyoming touchdowns.

But Northern Illinois (1-1) rallied with four straight touchdowns to take a 43-42 lead with just under five minutes left. Lombardi fired a 14-yard strike to Trayvon Rudolph, and freshman Harrison Waylee, who had 179 yards rushing, tore off scoring runs of 75 and 14 yards to come within 42-36 early in the fourth. Clint Ratkovich scored his third touchdown to give Northern Illinois the lead. On Wyoming's final drive, Chambers drove the Cowboys 75 yards in 10 plays. Chambers went 13-of-23 passing for 204 yards with touchdown strikes of 33 and 19 yards to Neyor. Xazavian Valladay gained 101 yards on 21 carries with a TD. - Wyoming/AP College Football


(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  Sean Chambers connected with Treyton Welch up the middle for a go-ahead 21-yard touchdown with 47 seconds left and Wyoming edged Montana State 19-16 on Saturday. Wyoming was held to three points through three quarter before Xazavian Valladay put the Cowboys ahead 9-7 with a 2-yard rush early in the fourth. Welch's TD capped an eight-play, 75-yard drive after Montana State had taken a 16-12 lead with 2:17 to go on Treyton Pickering's 1-yard TD grab. It spoiled the debut of Montana State's first-year head coach Brent Vigen, who was Wyoming's offensive coordinator for the previous seven seasons.

Chambers was 15-of-26 passing for 196 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Welch had two catches for 25 yards. Valladay rushed for 77 yards and Chambers also carried it 14 times for 51 yards. Matthew McKay passed for 200 yards and one touchdown for Montana State. Isaiah Ifanse rushed 16 times for 103 yards. Blake Glessner made a 53-yard field goal to pull Montana State within 10-9. - Wyoming/AP College Football


(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  Redshirt sophomore quarterback Sean Chambers once again finds himself in the driver's seat to be the University of Wyoming's starting quarterback. Chambers was named the Cowboys' starting quarterback each of the previous two falls, and he made it a third when the team's post-spring depth chart was released in late-May. He has suffered season-ending injuries in each of his three seasons in Laramie, however, and is looking to end his streak of bad luck. Chambers broke his left leg on the third play from scrimmage in the 2020 season opener at Nevada.

While Chambers is atop the most recent depth chart, he will still have to hold off redshirt freshman Levi Williams through the summer and fall. Williams saw nearly all the snaps in UW's six games after Chambers went down. "I think competition breeds success. I'm definitely OK with being in a competition," Chambers said. "I wouldn't expect my position to be (handed to me)." Chambers practiced during the spring and played in the spring game, completing 8 of 13 passes for 172 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Like the rest of the Cowboys, he entered the offseason with a chip on his shoulder. "It feels like some redemption. We have some stuff to prove to people," Chambers said. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle


(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  University of Wyoming quarterback Sean Chambers has been named to the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch list. The Golden Arm Award, presented annually to the top upperclassmen quarterback by the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation encapsulates all that is positive in college sports. The award acknowledges performance on the field, but it goes beyond completion percentage and touchdown strikes. The award values character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game. Chambers appeared in one game last season before missing the rest of the campaign with an ankle injury. Wyoming is 9-4 in games which Chambers starts. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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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
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  Sean Chambers' comeback tour will again return to War Memorial Stadium this spring. It's been a frustrating last couple of seasons for Wyoming's sophomore quarterback, whose tough luck with injuries has been well-documented. Three season-ending injuries in as many years have kept Chambers off the field far more often than he's been on it. When healthy, the 6-foot-3, 225-pounder has proven to be arguably the Mountain West's most dynamic signal callers with his legs. Chambers is averaging 6 yards per carry and has already accounted for 12 rushing touchdowns despite playing just 13 games so far with 12 starts. Chambers is expected to be full go for spring practice, which is scheduled to begin April 6, and the top priority for the Cowboys has to be keeping it that way heading into the summer and into the fall. The same could be said for Levi Williams, who took over as the starter once Chambers went down with a leg injury three snaps into the Cowboys' pandemic-shortened season. - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  At a game that had nearly no fans in attendance, the University of Wyoming found its own energy in the form of Sean Chambers, even though he was unable to play the majority of the game. The redshirt sophomore quarterback and team captain was knocked out with a fibula injury just three plays into Saturday's 37-34 overtime loss at Nevada. A UW spokesperson said it is potentially a broken fibula, and UW coach Craig Bohl said the injury could ultimately be season ending. It would be the third consecutive season Chambers has seen his season end prematurely due to leg injury, as he broke his right ankle as a true freshman again Air Force, and suffered a left knee injury against the Wolf Pack in 2019 that required surgery. Chambers was carted off the field but returned to the sideline, where he sat on the bench and stood on crutches for the remainder of the night without his pads or helmet in sight.

Following his return to the bench, a group of wide receivers, including junior Gunner Gentry, embraced Chambers. He couldn't impact the game with his arm or his legs any longer, but Chambers was able to inspire his teammates just by being there. When the game went to overtime, it was Chambers, crutches and all, who came to midfield to call the coin toss. "It just really goes to show the kind of person Sean is. He's a big team first guy. He really will serve others before he serves himself," Gentry said. "And that really goes to show, the way he came out on the field even though he was still in a ton of pain and still hurting, he still came out and supported us. "He was locked in the whole game. He was vocal, he was energized. Just having that, I think, was huge. Just showing us that, no matter what, you can fight through anything." - Wyoming Tribune Eagle


(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  Wyoming has selected its captains for the upcoming football season, which include some familiar names. Quarterback Sean Chambers, defensive end Garrett Crall, offensive lineman Keegan Cryder and linebacker Chad Muma all earned the distinction this season. UW announced its four captains Saturday. A year after being just the seventh underclassman in program history to be voted a captain, Chambers has earned the distinction for the second straight year. Chambers, a redshirt sophomore, has been the Cowboys' starting quarterback since the end of his true freshman season when healthy, going 9-2 as a starter, and his captain status may be an indication of who will take the first snap when UW opens its season at Nevada on Saturday. - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  Sean Chambers passed for a touchdown and ran for another, Xazavian Valladay added 187 yards and a score and Wyoming led from the get-go defeating New Mexico 23-10 on Saturday. Chambers scored from the 1 as the first quarter ended, boosting Wyoming (5-2, 2-1 Mountain West Conference) to a 7-0 lead and the Cowboys never trailed. Valladay was the workhorse, pounding out 187 yards on 33 carries, his 3-yard touchdown run staking the Cowboys to a 13-0 lead in the third quarter after the point-after kick failed. Chambers passed to Josh Hartman for a 15-yard score and Cooper Rothke added a 36-yard field goal, both in the fourth quarter. Chambers passed 9 of 15 for 86 yards. Valladay and Chambers each rushed for more than 100 yards, Chambers gaining 117, and Wyoming out-gained New Mexico 259 to 169. Tevaka Tuioti passed for 60 yards in relief of Sheriron Jones and pulled the Lobos (2-5, 0-3) to 20-10 with a 21-yard toss to Aaron Molina. - Wyoming/AP College Football

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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  Sean Chambers passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more as Wyoming beat UNLV 53-17 in the Mountain West Conference opener for both teams on Saturday night. Chambers was 5 of 12 for 124 yards with no interceptions and ran 12 times for 102 yards. Titus Swen had 136 yards rushing and a touchdown on 14 carries, Brett Brenton ran seven times for 82 yards and Xazavian Valladay rushed 13 times for 58 yards and two scores. The Cowboys (4-1) had 374 yards rushing and 498 yards of total offense. The Rebels (1-3) opened the scoring on Daniel Gutierrez's 40-yard field goal and took a 10-7 lead on Armani Rogers' 54-yard pass to Giovanni Fauolo Sr. late in the first quarter. Wyoming scored 26 points in the second quarter to lead 33-10 at the half. After a scoreless third quarter, the Cowboys outscored the Rebels 20-7 in the fourth. - Wyoming/AP College Football

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2023 QB Sean ChambersMontana State
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