Brian Hill and Chase Roullier Pro Contract Details

The two former Wyoming Cowboys who were drafted into the NFL in April have signed their initial pro contracts. Brian Hill, Wyoming's all-time leading rusher was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the 5th round with the 156th overall pick. Roullier the versatile...

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Depth Chart Shows Opportunities At Linebacker

Spring football is in the rearview mirror and Craig Bohl and his staff have posted their post-spring depth chart. The squad is looking pretty good and over the past couple seasons Wyoming has built up sufficient depth at positions they have struggled at in the past....

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Former Pokes Join NFL As Undrafted Free Agents

This past weekend RB Brian Hill was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the 5th round and C Chase Roullier was drafted in the 6th round by the Washington Redskins. Hill was the first Cowboy off the board with pick 156 to the defending NFC champions. He will be fighting...

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Wyoming NFL Draft Facts

The 2017 NFL Draft will take place in Philadelphia from April 27-29 and there are a handful of former Pokes who will hope to get drafted into the professional ranks. Running back Brian Hill, offensive lineman Chase Roullier and wide receiver Tanner Gentry are the...

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Three Reasons Not To Overreact To The Spring Game

Spring football in Laramie, WY is complete after the Spring Game on Saturday finished 3-0 in favor of the Gold Team (No 1 Defense and the No. 2 Offense) over the Brown Team (No 1 Offense and No 2 Defense). Now the football team will turn their focus to strength and...

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Wyoming Football Enters Final Week Of Spring Ball

With 12 practices down and just three more practices left to go, the Wyoming Cowboys are in the final stages of spring football for 2017. The spring has been workman like so far with the Pokes having good and bad days in the opinion of Coach Craig Bohl. The overall...

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Can a Group of Five Playoff Work?

In a previous article we looked at what it would take for a Group of Five team to make the College Football Playoff. There are a few scenarios for a “small school” team to make the playoff, however, the deck is severely stacked against them to do so. The amount of...

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