Tuesday’s Wyoming football practice started with about 50 minutes of work for the Cowboys’ veterans, which included some early instillation of the game plan for their Oct. 12 homecoming game with New Mexico.
The rest of it was for the backups. While the starters went in for about an hour of rehab and prehab work on their bodies with the medical and strength staffs, the No. 2 and No. 3 players got more work with the coaching staff in individual and team periods.
“It’s important because there are a lot of guys that are playing that are still getting better,” coach Dave Christensen said. “Now we get a chance to coach those guys and give them a lot of individual attention. It also gives guys down the road a chance to get developmental work in. It was a good practice. We got a lot of work done.”