Archive | February, 2012

Pokes Take Care Of TCU On Senior Night

Six University of Wyoming basketball seniors played (or watched) their last regular season home game last night as the Cowboys reached the 20 win mark with a victory over the TCU Horned Frogs. With their regular season home games now over, let’s take a quick look at the contributions and achievements of this year’s outgoing senior class: Arthur Bouëdo […]

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We’re Not Going Streaking!

I have returned from my week on the road and now the blogging can recommence. Over the weekend the Pokes defeated Boise State by the score of 64-54 improving to a record of 19-9 for the year. This is important because “Frank the Tank” is no more as the Pokes are done streaking in a negative sense. The four […]

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Random Basketball Stats

The Cowboys (18-6) take on Air Force (11-11) at the AA tonight (6pm tip-off) in search of their 19th win of the season. It is a critical home game that Wyoming must win to keep their name in the NCAA bubble talk. With conference play rapidly heading down the front stretch, let’s take a look at a couple of stats that […]

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Just Say No To Conference North America

Enjoy the Mountain West while you can folks because in its current look and feel it is all but dead. One can argue that the true Mountain West died when two conference founders BYU and Utah packed their bags but what is on the horizon for the conference is a clear and direct change from the western based […]

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Former Pokes Prepare For NFL Scouts In Denver

The Denver Post reports today that former Wyoming football players Brian Hendricks and Josh Biezuns are in Denver training with NFL  performance coach Loren Landow. They are looking to improve their times and marks in NFL combine style drills to impress NFL scouts on their pro day in Laramie. You can read the complete article in the link […]

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Wyoming Basketball Plus/Minus

It is no secret that I am a big fan of breaking down statistics in sports. This stems from my background in baseball which is a game that relies heavily on the analysis of statistics. Baseball has even taken its analysis of statistics to another level with the ‘moneyball effect’ and this is slowly creeping into other […]

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Win Over UNLV Provides RPI Boost

With the 68-66 upset win over number 11 UNLV on Saturday the Cowboys have seen their RPI greatly improve. The Cowboys now have an RPI of 73 after being ranked 92nd following the road loss at TCU last week. The strength of schedule also improved jumping from 188 to 142 and is on course to finish at 101 according to […]

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