Round two of the Larry Shyatt era started with a bang seeing the Cowboys run out to a 14-2 record entering Mountain West play. Since then Wyoming has gone 7-10 as the level of competition increased including last night’s 20 point loss on the road to Washington State. The Pokes were rather poor in Pullman with Leonard Washington and Adam Waddell being the only productive players on the court. Wyoming’s guard play was basically non-existent with Luster, Cruz and Martinez going a combined 3 of 20 shooting. The lack of a bench hurt the Pokes as well with the reserve players only accounting for a total of four points. Those type of numbers aren’t going to get the job done against anybody and Wyoming’s guard play and depth will have to improve greatly in the future. Overall a 21-12 record on the season has to be deemed a success and the profile of the program will only continue to rise as Shyatt has more of an impact on the team.
Wyoming’s Basketball Season Ends At Washington State
About Chad SmithChad Smith is a proud Wyoming graduate and blogger who has been blogging away at WyoNation since Jan 2012. You can follow Chad on twitter: @WyoNationBlog . You can also email Chad at: csmith[at]wyonation.com
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