The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team isn’t even remotely close the “W” column at the moment.
Mark Branch sounded like a coach coming off a dispiriting defeat.
Trace Young sat patiently, knowing all too well he’d carve the same indentation into the same chair located at the end of the bench inside in the Arena-Auditorium.
In my mind, a series of unfortunate events sounds something like a black cat on Friday the 13th walking under a ladder that’ll soon fall over breaking a mirror on its way down.
A couple things happened this week that had me dreaming and pondering, ‘What could the University of Wyoming’s basketball team have looked like if a few dominos had fallen the other way?’
In 2002, ESPN created the Bowl Challenge Cup as a way to determine what FBS conference had the best combined postseason record each and every season.
It’s a little past Thanksgiving, but with the University of Wyoming football team’s season coming to an unceremonious end — the Pokes weren’t invited to a bowl game despite boasting a better resume than a handful of other teams that did receive an invite — I felt it was time to remember and give thanks to this year’s team.
Recent reports have leaked that the University of Wyoming likely won’t play in a bowl game this year.
With the lights turned on and the snow falling, Tyler Vander Waal perfectly exemplified the meaning of Cowboy tough.
Could Wyoming have drawn up a more disappointing way to open the 2018-19 basketball season? The Pokes dropped a 76-66 decision in Laramie Tuesday to the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Incomplete pass, incomplete pass, incomplete pass, incomplete pass — 4-and-out, end of drive, end of game, another loss.
The Stride Report said it best, “If you’re looking for a team to root for, look no further than the Cowboys.”
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