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  09/16/22 - Titus SwenrJr/2024, Wyoming + More +

  Titus Swen ran for 102 yards and a late fourth-quarter touchdown to give Wyoming a 17-14 victory over Air Force in a Mountain West Conference opener on Friday night. Swen pushed three defenders into the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown that capped an eight-play, 75-yard drive for Wyoming (3-1, 1-0) with 6:06 remaining. The Cowboys then forced a three-and-out before running out the clock. Air Force (2-1, 0-1), which entered leading the nation averaging 508.5 yards rushing, was held to 171 yards on the ground. John Lee Eldridge III carried 13 times for 104 yards.

Andrew Peasley had 162 yards passing for the Cowboys. He tossed a 19-yard touchdown pass to Treyton Welch, who made a two-handed, over-the-shoulder catch while falling across the goal line in the second quarter. Haaziq Daniels threw a pair of touchdown passes for Air Force. Daniels lofted a pass from near the midfield logo to Cade Harris in the end zone that gave the Falcons a 14-10 lead with about 10 minutes left. Daniels connected with David Cormier inside the 10 midway through the third. Air Force had won two straight in the series, each at home, but has lost four straight in Laramie dating to 2012. - Wyoming/AP College Football


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  SEPT 12 MOUNTAIN WEST SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: JOHN HOYLAND, WYOMING, Sophomore, Place-Kicker, Broomfield, Colorado/Legacy HS,...Connected on all four field-goal attempts in Wyoming's 33-10 victory over Northern Colorado...Made field goals from 23, 41, 39 and 35 yards out...Four made field goals tied a career high...Also was a perfect three-for-three on PATs, scoring 15 of Wyoming's 33 points. - Mountain West Football

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  SEPT 12 MOUNTAIN WEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: SHAE SUIAUNOA, WYOMING,...Sophomore, Linebacker, Houston, Texas/Clear Lake HS,...In Wyoming's 33-10 victory over Northern Colorado, recorded a career-best eight tackles, including one sack...Also intercepted a fourth-quarter pass and returned it to UNC's three-yard line, setting up a Wyoming touchdown...Helped lead a Cowboy defense that held Northern Colorado to just 15 rushing yards and only 147 yards of total offense. - Mountain West Football

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  09/10/22 - Titus SwenrJr/2024, Wyoming + More +

  Titus Swen ran for three touchdowns, John Hoyland kicked four field goals and Wyoming pulled away from Northern Colorado 33-10 on Saturday. Three of Hoyland's field goals came in the first half for a 9-0 lead and the Cowboys (2-1) led throughout. Wyoming was up 16-3 after Swen capped a 75-yard drive with a 6-yard run late in the third quarter. The FCS Bears (0-2) got back into the game after Wyoming punter Clayton Stewart dropped a snap and Northern Colorado took over at the Cowboys 9. A defensive holding call kept the drive alive before the Bears scored on a "Philly Special" with quarterback Jacob Sirmon catching a TD pass from Trevis Graham to close within 16-10 early in the fourth.

But Hoyland's fourth field goal made it 19-10 and after the Bears had a fourth-down play result in a sack, Swen went 22 yards on the next play for a 16-point lead. Another Swen touchdown followed after an interception return to the Bears 3. Wyoming held Northern Colorado to 15 yards rushing. Dylan McCaffrey, son of head coach Ed McCaffrey, started at quarterback for the Bears but Sirmon took over midway through the second quarter. This was the first meeting since 2013 for the schools that are 100 miles apart. - Wyoming/AP College Football


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  SEPT 5 MOUNTAIN WEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: ANDREW PEASLEY, WYOMING, Junior, Quarterback, La Grande, Oregon/Utah State,...Led Wyoming to a 40-37, double-overtime victory over Tulsa on Sept. 3...Competed 20-of-30 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns, while also leading the Cowboys with 45 rushing yards...Trailing by 10 points early in the fourth quarter, led the Cowboys on two scoring drives to send the game into overtime, including the game-tying touchdown on a 51-yard pass...Also threw a 48-yard touchdown pass...Led the Cowboys on six offensive scoring drives. - Mountain West Football

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  SEPT 5 MOUNTAIN WEST SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: JOHN HOYLAND, WYOMING, Sophomore, Place-Kicker, Broomfield, Colorado/Legacy HS,...Tied a career high with four made field goals, while helping Wyoming defeat Tulsa 40-37 in double overtime...Connected on a career-long 55-yard field goal, while also making kicks from 25, 25 and 30...The 30-yard field goal was the game winner in the second overtime...Also, a perfect four-for-four in PATs...Additionally, had seven kickoffs resulting in six touchbacks and only one kickoff return for 21 yards. - Mountain West Football

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  John Hoyland kicked a 30-yard field goal in the second overtime to lift Wyoming over Tulsa 40-37 in a wild finish on Saturday. After Hoyland's make on the first possession of the second overtime, Zack Long attempted a 43-yarder but it hooked left as Wyoming (1-1) snapped a three-game losing streak in the series. With seven seconds left in regulation, Hoyland's potential game-winning 44-yard field goal hit the top of the right upright and bounced out. He made a career-best 55-yarder to tie the game 34-34 with 6:19 remaining. Each team turned the ball over inside the final two minutes of regulation. Wyoming's Titus Swen fumbled the ball five yards from scoring with 1:45 to play. Davis Brin later threw a strike to Keylon Stokes, who broke loose for 33 yards but was blindsided near midfield and fumbled the ball with 25 seconds left.

Wyoming's Andrew Peasley finished with 256 yards passing and two touchdowns. Brin completed 30 of 52 passes for a career-high 460 yards with three touchdown passes and no interceptions. Keylon Stokes, Malachai Jones, and JuanCarlos Santana each had over 100 yards receiving and a scoring catch. Stokes led the trio with 11 catches for 136 yards. The Wyoming defense accounted for two touchdowns. Ryan Marquez blocked a punt attempt and the ball was batted around and bounced back to him at the 9. He scooped it up and ran untouched into the end zone for a 24-20 lead early in the third. Brin was sacked near the Tulsa 28 and the ball rolled into the end zone where Easton Gibbs recovered on the game's second play from scrimmage. - Wyoming/AP College Football


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  Gunner Gentry is facing another long year in the training room instead of making plays for the Cowboys on the field. The redshirt junior wide receiver suffered a knee injury on a non-contact play in practice this week and is expected to be out for Wyoming's entire 2022 season. Gentry, the younger brother of former UW star and current Buffalo Bills wide receiver Tanner Gentry, had battled back from two knee surgeries that sidelined him last season. "It's heartbreaking," head coach Craig Bohl said after Friday's practice. "I mentioned to our football team it's an injury, he'll bounce back, and we've got to move forward as a team." Gentry tore the patellar tendon in his left knee during spring practice in 2021 and again last September. He hasn't appeared in a game for the Pokes since the 2020 season when he caught the only touchdown pass thrown by UW during the pandemic-shortened campaign. - Casper Star-Tribune

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  Two of the University of Wyoming's most anticipated off-season additions are looking to use their experience to boost a Cowboys pass defense that led the Mountain West last season. UW lost 2021 starters Azizi Hearn and C.J. Coldon, who landed at UCLA and Oklahoma, respectively, to the transfer portal shortly after last season ended. Fortunately for the Pokes, they snagged a couple Power Five transfers of their own that are expected to make an impact at the position, alongside highly touted returning sophomore Cam Stone. Jakorey Hawkins comes to Laramie from Ole Miss with four years of Division I experience, while Deron Harrell spent five years at Wisconsin before joining the Cowboys.

The duo believes their time going up against top-tier talent in the SEC and Big Ten has prepared them to step in and help take UW's secondary to even greater heights. "For me, I feel I learned how to really compete every single day in practice," Harrell said. "You're always competing with guys within your group, but at the same time, you're getting each other better. I really feel like that's what I took away most from it, just learning how to be a team." Added Hawkins: "It feels good to have somebody else who has been in kind of the same situation you've been in. It's kind of like a brother. If he has a bad day, I lift him up, and vice versa. It's been good having him around." Hawkins, who recorded 32 tackles, 20 solo stops, three pass deflections and two forced fumbles during his time at Ole Miss, was one of the Cowboys' top performers in spring practice. He carried this over into a strong showing in the Brown and Gold game, during which he recorded four tackles, three solo stops, one pass breakup and one interception. He also nearly came up with two additional picks during the scrimmage. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle


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  2022 PRESEASON ALLSTATE AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM NOMINEE: Jackson Marcotte, University of Wyoming,...When Marcotte isn't pursuing his law degree or preparing for the upcoming football season, he is involved in a number of volunteer activities. He is a member of the University of Wyoming Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Executive Board. Marcotte serves as Co-Chair of the Mountain West Social Justice Committee, and he also participates in the Pistol and Friends Pen Pal Program. - Wyoming Football

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  The "nickel back" position Wyoming's 4-2-5 alignment is critical to the unit's success and requires a versatile hybrid player with cornerback skills and a linebacker mentality. "It's a complicated position," UW head coach Craig Bohl said, noting the nickelback must understand coverages, run fits, blitz concepts, quarterback progressions and make split-second checks at the line of scrimmage.

The Cowboys appear to be at least 15 cents deep at nickel. Keonte Glinton is penciled in as the starter as UW pushes through fall camp, but true freshman Malique Singleton is expected to get on the field this season and redshirt freshman Buck Coors is also making a push. Glinton had a strong season for the Pokes appearing in 11 games for the Pokes with 11 starts. He finished the season with 10 tackles with nine solo stops and one assisted tackle. He recorded one interception on the season and had three pass breakups. He recorded a career-high four tackles for the Cowboys against Colorado State. He also recorded his first career interception against the Rams. He added two tackles for the Pokes against Ball State. He was named Academic All-MW. - Wyoming Tribune


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  After going 12 of 21, with 201 yards and two touchdowns, with the first team offense in the spring game, while completing as many passes as the rest of the quarterbacks combined, it seemed pretty obvious Utah State transfer Andrew Peasley was the frontrunner to take the reins of the offense. The Cowboys still haven't made an official announcement on who the starter will be, but comments from his teammates since training camp started indicate Peasley is set to be the guy behind center to start 2022. He bulked up to around 214 pounds this summer on a heavy diet of teriyaki chicken and white rice, and believes he's at the ideal weight for him to have the best blend of strength and speed. He's spent the offseason building chemistry with his wide-outs and tight ends, but sophomore receiver Joshua Cobbs, who figures to be the Pokes' go-to receiver this fall, says this connection has come naturally since day one in Laramie. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle

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  08/03/22 - Titus SwenrJr/2024, Wyoming + More +

  2022 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Titus Swen, Wyoming,...Swen averaged 5.95 yards per carry to rank No. 2 in the Mountain West and No. 26 in the nation in 2021. He recorded two 100-yard rushing games in '21 - 166 yards in a home win over Colorado State and 169 yards in a road win over eventual Mountain West Champion Utah State. The 169 yards at Utah State included a 98-yard run for a touchdown that put on display Swen's explosive running style. - Wyoming Football

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  The University of Wyoming was left out of the Mountain West's 2022 preseason all-conference team and awards, which were voted on by members of the media and unveiled Thursday morning. Fresno State senior quarterback Jake Haener was voted the league's preseason offensive player of the year, while San Jose State senior defensive lineman Cade Hall shared defensive player of the year honors with San Diego State defensive back Patrick McMorris. SDSU return specialist Jordan Byrd was tabbed as the conference's preseason special teams player of the year. Gibbs will replace All-American Chad Muma, who was drafted in the third round by the Jacksonville Jaguars after finishing second in the FBS with 142 tackles, at middle linebacker. Gibbs was second on the team with 90 tackles from the weak side in 2021. - Casper Star-Tribune

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  07/25/22 - Titus SwenrJr/2024, Wyoming + More +

  2022 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Titus Swen (Jr.), Wyoming,...After sitting out the 2020 season, Wyoming running back Titus Swen had a strong 2021 season, appearing in all 13 games and leading the team with seven rushing touchdowns. He rushed for 785 yards on the season on 132 carries; averaged 60.4 yards rushing per game and added 5.9 yards per rush. He also added six catches for 30 yards on the season. He recorded two 100-yard rushing games with 166 against Colorado State and a career-high 169 yards against Utah State. He had a 98-yard rush against Utah State. It was the longest in school history. He finished the game with two touchdowns against Utah State. - Wyoming Football

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