The Cowboys began their final week of fall camp with a Monday morning practice on the practice fields just south of War Memorial Stadium.
UW held a 100-plus play scrimmage last Saturday, which fourth-year coach Craig Bohl described as “good.” Bohl said junior quarterback Josh Allen made some “good decisions.” The scrimmage was not open to the media, and no stats were kept.
Here is Bohl after Monday’s practice with more on the scrimmage and other UW football news:
For the second consecutive day, the Cowboys practiced in War Memorial Stadium Thursday with cool temperatures and light rain, although the sun came out as practiced progressed. The last few days in Laramie felt more like being in Seattle than at 7,220 feet with all the rain and cool weather.
UW worked out in full pads.
One of the early periods of practice was a pass-under-pressure session. Junior quarterback Josh Allen and the No. 1 offense performed well. Allen threw some nice passes to sophomore wide receivers Austin Conway and C.J. Johnson.
Here is fourth-year coach Craig Bohl after practice: