Cheyenne, Wy- Cowboys fell to Boise State on Saturday 34-14 in conference opener Head Coach Craig Bohl said his lacked discipline.
On Saturday evening the Cowboys hosted Boise State for their conference opener and it didn't go so well for the pokes. In fact, Wyoming went scoreless up until the second half of the game. There is some good news though. Senior running back Nico Evans scored a 75-yard touchdown to open the second half. On the Cowboys final possession of the game redshirt freshman quarterback Tyler Vander Waal found senior wide receiver James Price for a 72-yard td pass.
Wyoming had several accomplishments that should be noted. Three Cowboys recorded double-figure tackle games. Junior safety Alijah Halliburton and junior linebacker Logan Wilson led the way with 11 tackles each. Senior strong safety Andrew Wingard made 10 tackles which moves him into third place on the Mountain West Conference career tackle list.
Broncos had 506 total yards 345 of them were passing while 161 were rushing.
Different story for Wyoming. They posted 295 total yards with 81 of them rushing and 214 passing. Head Coach Craig Bohl said his team lacked discipline.
"We are playing some undisciplined football and that goes on my shoulders and when you play a good team like this you need to be disciplined and we didn't do that." He went on to say that a lot of the teams’ errors were self-inflicted, and they have a lot of work to do before they head to Hawaii.