Author Archive | Chad Smith


Wyoming Football Goes Camping

Thanks to magic of Jim Harbaugh and his khakis, the NCAA ban on satellite camps has been lifted. College football programs across the country are now free to hold off-campus camps to identify talent and build relationships with potential recruits across the country. Wyoming finished their off campus tour last weekend with stops in Chicago, […]

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Jake Maulhardt hauls in a pass against UNLV last season. He will be a prime target for Josh Allen and the Cowboys this season. (Photo via Troy Babbitt, USA Today Sports)

Wyoming Offseason Countdown: 89-80

After last week’s offseason rundown and countdown to the 2016 college football season covering the numbers 99-90, we are now 74 days away (sorry, went on vacation) from from September 4th and the season opener versus Northern Illinois.  That means it’s time for a break down of the numbers 89-80! This number range covers 8 players […]

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Wyoming basketball and wrestling inked new recruits today.

Brodricks Jones Joins Wyoming Basketball

The University of Wyoming basketball team will be in an enlightened state this fall as head coach Allen Edwards announced the transfer of 6-10, 220 lb UTEP center/forward Broderick “Buddah” Jones. Jones will sit out the 16/17 season for the Cowboys but will have three years of eligibility left in Laramie. As a true freshman […]

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Edwards Adds Jermaine Kimbrough To Basketball Staff

Allen Edwards has made his first official staff hire as a Division 1 head coach; by bringing Jermaine Kimbrough to Laramie as an assistant coach from the University of Nevada in Reno where he held the same position. Kimbrough has over 10 seasons of coaching and basketball operations experience with previous stops at Howard College, […]

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NCAA Bans Satellite Camps

Last week the NCAA announced that college football satellite camps would be shut down immediately. The ban was approved on a 10-5 vote with the SEC, ACC, Pac-12, Big 12, Sun Belt and the Mountain West reportedly voting for the ban while the Big 10, MAC, CUSA and American Conference voted against it. The math […]

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