Extra practices and and an extra game are some of the benefits of bowl game, especially for younger players.
Wyoming is taking advantage of that as several players in its two deep roster on offense, defense and special teams return next season.
But it’s also a chance for those who are redshirting and are on the scout teams to get in more reps. Third-year coach Craig Bohl said Tuesday that at the end of some of UW’s practices for the Dec. 21 Poinsettia Bowl that some of the scout team guys will get a chance to scrimmage and get in some live action.
One of those was Monday night, and this is what Bohl said he liked from some of his younger guys.
“I thought (true freshman running back) Mike Green did some good things, along with (true freshman wide receiver) Parker Dumas on offense,” Bohl said. “On defense I liked some things from (true freshman linebacker) Jahmari Moore and (true freshman walk-on defensive end) Garrett Crall.”