Some pre-game reading prior to Saturday’s 108th Border War between Wyoming and Colorado State. Kick off is at 8:15 p.m. MT.
First, my No. 1 key to the game for UW:
Run the ball effectively: When Wyoming runs the ball for more than 200 yards, it wins. When it doesn’t, it loses. Simple as that. The Cowboys need to be better running
between the tackles. If Colorado State shuts that down, UW must find other ways to generate rushing yards so it doesn’t put too much pressure on redshirt sophomore quarterback Josh Allen and the passing game.
UW was dominated along both lines of scrimmage in last year’s 26-7 loss at home to Colorado State. Being more physical along both lines of scrimmage is a big key today (although you can say that about any football game).
“To have a chance to win we’ve got to be physical along the line of scrimmage. That will be our big test. We feel better about the progress we’ve made, but come Saturday night we’re going to find out,” third-year UW coach Craig Bohl said.