Craig Bohl and Andrew Peasley on the QB’s 2nd year in Laramie
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Right now, there are not too many question marks surrounding Wyoming Football. The defense looks to be one of the best squads in recent memory, the o-line has a lot of depth, and despite the loss of Dawaiian McNeely the running back room is poised to have a great year as well.
That takes us to the passing game, an area of question since the departure of josh Allen.
But, in year two as a Cowboy Andrew Peasley is primed for improvement.
“Really just going into my second year here in Wyoming I’m feeling a lot more comfortable,” Peasley said.
Peasley threw nine interceptions compared to his 10 touchdowns last season. More comfortability with the system and with his team should improve his TD/INT ratio this season.
“I feel like I have the mindset of not really learning this offense anymore, more just attacking defenses. I think that will be a big advantage for me and really the offense to take a big step and score more points,” Peasley said.
“I think our coaching staff did a really good job this offseason in honing some things down and seeing what things we can throw and catch really well,” Head Coach, Craig Bohl said. “To play off that, certainly our running game is always going to be important here. There’s going to be some days where the wind is blowing 40 miles per hour and you’re going to have to run.”
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