The Wyoming senior linebacker talks about the Cowboys’ 31-10 win over New Mexico last Saturday.
Gipson talks about two interceptions he could have had in Wyoming’s 31-10 win over New Mexico. Gipson got one pick, and has eight for his career.
The Wyoming junior running back talks about nearly breaking a big run in the Cowboys’ 31-10 win over New Mexico.
Self, a senior, talks about playing center for the first time in his football career last Saturday against New Mexico. Although he has practiced it, he’s never played the position in a game. Made it look pretty easy, I thought.
Wyoming’s true freshman quarterback became the Mountian West’s all-time leader in total yards as a freshman with 2,754. Coach Dave Christensen always sits with him during postgame interviews at home.
Here is Wyoming football coach Dave Christensen’s postgame interview with the media after the Cowboys’ 31-10 win over New Mexico Saturday.
Ogbonna is only one of two senior receivers on Wyoming’s roter (DeJay Lester is the other). He and Lester are the only two junior-college transfers part of this 13-person senior class. Yet, Ogbonna has a lot of responsiblity the rest of the season for the Cowboys with the loss of junior Chris McNeill with a season-ending injury.
First time for a video interview with Wyoming’s senior punter this season. McCoy’s had a solid career. He also looks back at the windy game at Air Force.
Wyoming’s leading rusher talks about his new role as a mentor, being patient and getting ready to play New Mexico.
In his first game last week at Air Force, the true freshman gained 56 yards on 11 carries. He’s also got a mentor in junior running back Alvester Alexander. For more on that, see Wednesday’s Wyoming Tribune Eagle and Laramie Boomerang.