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UW Coaches Send Joint Letter to Fans

From UW Athletics To the People of Wyoming, You might have heard or read about a proposal before the Wyoming Legislature to allocate a total of $8 million to match private donations in support of University of Wyoming Athletics over the next two years. We feel that the people of Wyoming deserve to have the […]

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Kenny Sailors, the inventor of the modern day jump shot, passed away on Saturday at 95 years old. (Photo via Wyoming Athletics)

Kenny Sailors Passes Away at 95

Wyoming basketball legend Kenny Sailors passed away on Saturday. He was 95. Kenny Sailors was credited with being the inventor of the modern day jump shot. Kenny was born January 14, 1921 in Bushnell, Nebraska. He led Wyoming to the 1943 NCAA Championship and was named the player of the year that same season. Prior […]

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Mike Grant was hired as the new wide receivers coach on Friday by Craig Bohl. (Photo via Jonathon Gruenke / Gazette)

Wyoming Adds New Wide Receivers Coach

Craig Bohl announced on Friday that he has hired a new wide receivers coach to replace the departed Kenni Burns. Mike Grant will be the new receivers coach at Wyoming. Grant comes to Laramie from North Texas where over the course of his UNT career he was a running backs coach, recruiting coordinator, and wide […]

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Freshman Andrew Wingard was named to the FWAA All-Freshman team on Monday. (Photo via Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports)

Andrew Wingard Named to FWAA All-Freshman Team

Wyoming Cowboy safety Andrew Wingard received some post season recognition today, he was named to the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA)’s All-Freshman team. Wingard, the true freshman from Arvada, CO was one of six players from the Group of Five to find themselves on the team. Wingard led the Cowboys with 122 tackles this […]

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Wyoming's Director of Sports Performance will be leaving Laramie to take a job at the University of Central Florida (Photo via University of Wyoming)

Zach Duval Leaving for Central Florida

Wyoming’s director of sports performance, Zach Duval, will be leaving the Cowboy program for Central Florida. As first reported by Football Scoop, Duval, who’s been with the Cowboys since 2014, will be joining the new coaching staff at UCF. Scott Frost, the new head coach at UCF, was a quarterback at Nebraska while Duval was […]

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