UW-TCU key to the game

Here is my No. 1 key for Wyoming Saturday against TCU:

Turnovers: This is a key in any game, but if the elements are a factor the team that takes care of the ball and forces the most turnovers have a huge advantage.Wyoming needs to create turnovers, and has only forced five in its last four games.

Agree, disagree?

I have four others, and to see those check out Saturday’s Wyoming Tribune Eagle and Laramie Boomerang.

Wyoming-TCU Q&A swap

TCU beat writer Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and myself exchanged five questions on Saturday’s UW-TCU game. I will start with the questions I had for Stefan and his answers, then post the questions Stefan had for me and my answers.

Should make for some good talking points leading up to the game, and for today’s live chat at 3 p.m.

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UW-TCU Media Monday

Superman, a ninja, a Dallas Cowboys football player and a football playing zombie.

Those were some of the favorite Halloween costumes some of the Wyoming football players told me they wore when they were kids.

But there was plenty of football talk during UW’s weekly interview session with players and coaches. Coach Dave Christensen said Saturday’s game with TCU is the biggest home game for the program since he’s been here. Bigger than Texas and Nebraska since Saturday’s game is a battle of undefeated teams Mountain West play.

Agree or disagree? See more in Tuesday’s Wyoming Tribune Eagle and Laramie Boomerang on this.

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