Adams replaces Fuchs as Cowboys O-Line coach

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LARAMIE, Wyo.- The Wyoming Cowboys hired Klayton Adams as their offensive line coach. He is replacing Scott Fuchs, who's coached the Cowboys O-Line for the last five seasons. Tight ends coach, Mike Baths, also won't return to Wyoming's staff next season, as he heads to Western Michigan, where he'll coach running backs.

Adams coached at the University of Colorado for the past six seasons.
He coached the offensive line for the Buffaloes for the last three seasons, coaching running backs, and tight ends his first three seasons with the program.

His offensive line blocked for current Broncos running back, Phillip Lindsay, who rushed for over 1,000 yards for the Buffs in both 2016, and 2017 seasons.

Adams played college football at Boise State, where he lettered in 2003 and 2004. The Broncos won the Western Athletic Conference title in both seasons, with a total record of 24-2.