Favorite Easter candy among UW football players

Happy Easter everyone.

This day has a much deeper and significant meaning than candy, but to have some fun, I asked a few of the Wyoming football players what they’re favorite Easter candy is.

Senior linebacker Lucas Wacha: Reese’s peanut butter eggs

Senior defensive end Trevor Meader: Reese’s peanut butter bunny

Sophomore defensive end Kevin Prosser: Sour patches. I am not into chocolate much.

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Notes, quotes and video from UW’s first scrimmage of fall camp

Normally after Wyoming games I like to post some of my thoughts. Well, it’s kind of hard to post any thoughts from the Cowboys’ 41-play scrimmage Saturday since it was closed to the public and media.

So, I will let second-year coach Craig Bohl tell you what he saw:


No official stats were kept, but I can report that redshirt senior starting quarterback Cameron Coffman was 6 of 9 for 76 yards, and sophomore backup Josh Allen was 5 of 6 for 52 yards and two touchdowns. Allen threw a 20-yard touchdown to redshirt freshman tight end Tyree Mayfield, and a 6-yarder to true freshman tight end Josh Harshman of Casper.

Tyree Mayfield

Tyree Mayfield

Coffman hit Mayfield for a 23-yard pass that set up a 3-yard touchdown run by true freshman running back Kellen Overstreet, who finished with 10 carries for 46 yards.

Mayfield also blocked a punt, and he said he expects to not only play a lot this season at tight end but also on several of UW’s special teams.

Here’s what offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Brent Vigen said after the scrimmage: “Cam continues to be steady,and also is making plays. He handled himself well. Josh continues to progress. We’re excited to get Cam in a game.”

Vigen also said Coffman remains the starter by a wide margin, followed by Allen and redshirt freshman Nick Smith.

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