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Wyoming senior WR Tanner Gentry caught 11 passes for 119 yards in Friday's 27-24 loss to Eastern Michigan.

Gentry averaged 10.8 yards per reception with a long grab of 24 yards. This was the 6-foot-2, 201-pounder's first contest without a touchdown catch. He has been incredibly consistent this season, having now recorded 100-plus receiving yards in three of four games.
Sep 23 - 11:12 PM

Wyoming junior RB Brian Hill turned in a relatively quiet performance in Friday's 27-24 loss to Eastern Michigan, rushing for 82 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries

Hill scored on a five-yard touchdown run several minutes into the second quarter. That served as his highlight of the game. The 6-foot-1, 220-pound junior averaged just 3.7 YPC with a long run of eight yards. Through four contests, Hill has rushed for 463 yards and six touchdowns. The touchdown tally is nice to see for fantasy purposes -- he has already matched his 2015 total.
Sep 23 - 11:07 PM

Wyoming senior WR Tanner Gentry had seven catches for 124 yards and a score in Saturday's loss to Nebraska.

Gentry is going to have a huge season out of the spotlight for the Cowboys and their frisky offense. Through two games, Wyoming's go-to guy now has 15 catches for 228 yards and two touchdowns.
Sep 10 - 4:17 PM

Wyoming junior RB Brian Hill ran 33 times for 125 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 40-34 triple-overtime victory over Northern Illinois.

Or should we say Sunday's triple-overtime victory over Northern Illinois? Because of a late scheduled kickoff and then thunderstorms in the Laramie, the delayed game didn't end up kicking off until after midnight ET. Zaniness ensued. Wyoming freshman K Cooper Rothe missed field goals at the end of regulation and the end of the first overtime that would have won the game, but it didn't end up mattering. Hill, the No. 8 rusher in the FBS last year, has now gone over 100 yards 12 times in his career.
Sep 4 - 2:23 PM

Wyoming junior RB Brian Hill is "not just a power back," according to NFL.com's Chad Reuter, because "his footwork and vision allow him to sidestep defenders and find holes on the fly."

Reuter calls the rumbling 6-foot-1, 219-pounder a "beast between the tackles." Amid a terrible offense last year, Hill somehow managed to finish eighth in the country with 135.9 rushing yards per game. He accounted for over 40-percent of Wyoming's offensive production by rushing for 1,638 yards (5.8 YPC) and six touchdowns.
Source: NFL.com
Aug 2 - 8:35 PM

Wyoming junior RB Brian Hill said that he "got bigger" and "gained weight" during the offseason.

Hill is up about 10 pounds from last season, now checking in at 220. "I'm feeling stronger, and I'm feeling much faster," Hill said. "That's just my motto every offseason: to get bigger, faster, stronger." The 6-foot-1, now-220-pound workhorse indicated that he hopes to take less of a physical beating in 2016. In 2015, he accounted for almost 41% of Wyoming's offensive production in rushing for 1,638 yards (5.8 YPC) and six touchdowns. The touchdown total looks modest enough, but these things happen when you play for Wyoming.
Jul 30 - 3:59 PM

Wyoming coach Craig Bohl said senior G Chase Roullier is an NFL talent and as good as he's coached.

"We think so," said Bohl when asked that exact question. "Chase has continued to improve. ... He’s got good feet, understands leverage. I think he’s on par with some of the guys we have coached that have played in the NFL, so we’re excited about him playing that same position." While at NDSU, Bohl coached center Rob Hunt (selected in the fifth round of the 2005 NFL Draft) and guard Billy Turner (third round in 2014). Roullier, a two-time All-Mountain West Conference pick, posted the No. 2 overall Pro Football Focus grade among guards last year. This summer, the 6-foot-4, 315-pound Roullier was named to the Outland Trophy Watch List. "I will say he’s definitely one of the better guards that I’ve had the privilege to coach," UW offensive line coach Scott Fuchs said.
Jul 19 - 8:24 PM

Wyoming senior G Chase Roullier had the No. 2 overall Pro Football Focus grade among guards in 2015.

Not surprisingly, Roullier recently earned a spot on the Outland Trophy Watch List. "Whether locking onto defenders or clearing out play side in Wyoming’s power scheme, Roullier has done a fine job in the running game the last two years," wrote Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo. "He made great strides in pass protection as well." Roullier only surrendered six pressures last season, which earned him +8.5 grade (No. 13 in the nation). Pro Football Focus ranks him as the No. 52 returning player in all of college football.
Jul 18 - 5:23 PM

Updating a previous story, the x-rays on the leg of Wyoming redshirt senior WR Jake Maulhardt came back negative.

Dodged a bullet there, Cowboys. It was initially feared that Maulhardt might have fractured his leg or ankle after he suffered an injury in Tuesday's practice, but his tests showed only a high ankle sprain. The 6-foot-6, 216-pound redshirt senior should be ready to roll come the start of the 2016 campaign. Last year, he caught 57 passes for 653 yards and eight scores.
Apr 21 - 4:27 PM

Wyoming redshirt senior WR Jake Maulhardt left Tuesday's practice with a potentially fractured leg or ankle.

"I don’t think it’s that bad, but they’re going to do some X-rays, so we’re concerned about that," said HC Craig Bohl. Barring complications (or a deeper level of severity than expected), this likely won't keep Maulhardt from suiting up come the start of the 2016 campaign. Last year, the 6-foot-6, 216-pounder provided respectable production with 57 catches for 653 yards and eight touchdowns. He led the Cowboys in both receptions and touchdowns during the 2015 campaign.
Apr 21 - 1:47 PM

Wyoming redshirt sophomore QB Aaron Young will transfer.

"After an unforgettable two years of creating lifelong friendships and memories, I have decided to transfer from the University of Wyoming," Young wrote on Twitter. A member of HC Craig Bohl's first recruiting class, Young spent 2015 buried on the depth chart behind senior Cameron Coffman and sophomores Josh Allen and Nick Smith. All three of those guys started at least one game, while Young didn't throw a pass, presumably prompting his decision to leave.
Source: Trib.com
Jan 27 - 7:11 PM

Wyoming sophomore RB Brian Hill was named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week.

Hill demolished UNLV to the tune of 232 yards and a touchdown on 35 carries in Saturday's 35-28 victory. It was his fourth effort of at least 200 rushing yards in what's been a stellar 2015 campaign. For the season, the 6-foot-1, 211-pound sophomore's rumbled for 1,631 yards and six touchdowns. The 1,631 yards are a single-season school record. His has been one of the more unheralded great rushing seasons on the books in 2015, due mostly to the fact that he plays for the 2-10 Cowboys.
Mon, Nov 30, 2015 06:22:00 PM

Wyoming junior WR Tanner Gentry (shoulder) won't play against this year.

Gentry ranked No. 15 nationally with 678 receiving yards after seven games, at which point he suffered an AC joint separation and two tears in his right shoulder against Nevada on Oct. 17. "It’s been really frustrating," Gentry said. "This is my first major injury that I’ve ever had playing football where I’ve had to sit out games, so it’s kind of tough to deal with. I’m just trying to stay positive." Because another tear could permanently damage his shoulder and end his football career, the decision has been made to shut things down this season. "They just kind of told me that they thought six weeks was what it was going to be," Gentry said of the original prognosis. "We were just going to see how I progressed and if I was healing fast, then I would see if I could get out there or not and if it was safe for me to play or not." Added UW offensive coordinator Brent Vigen: "If it’s a situation where he can get hurt worse because he’s not quite
Wed, Nov 18, 2015 05:23:00 PM

Wyoming junior WR Tanner Gentry (shoulder) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against San Diego State.

It will be his fourth consecutive game missed. Gentry suffered a dislocated AC joint back in Week 7 against Nevada. His recovery timeline has exhausted, so you can expect him back any week now. The Cowboys are excited for that. Gentry's 96.9 yards per game would rank No. 14 in the FBS if he'd played enough to qualify.
Source: The Tribune
Tue, Nov 10, 2015 09:27:00 PM

Wyoming sophomore RB Brian Hill rushed for 201 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 58-27 thrashing at the hands of Utah State.

Hill tried his darnedest, but the Cowboy defense just couldn't stop Utah State. This was his third 200-yard rushing game of the season. Wyoming's 1-8 anyway. Pity for the 6-foot-1, 211-pound sophomore, who has rumbled for 1,262 yards and four touchdowns across nine games. He deserves better than this.
Sat, Oct 31, 2015 01:58:00 AM


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