LARAMIE, Wyoming (Ticker) -- Casey Bramlett threw for 337
yards and two touchdowns, including a tiebreaking 53-yard score
to Malcom Floyd with 10:17 remaining, as Wyoming rallied for a
35-28 Mountain West Conference victory over Colorado State.
Bramlett completed 23-of-36 passes in a driving snowstorm,
leading the Cowboys to their first home win over Colorado State
Derek Armah rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries
for Wyoming (4-5, 2-2), which snapped a four-game overall
losing streak against the Rams.
Floyd finished with seven receptions for 153 yards for the
Cowboys, who rallied from a 21-14 halfime deficit.
Bradlee Van Pelt completed 17-of-28 passes for 205 yards and a
score for Colorado State (5-4, 2-2). He also rushed for 156
yards and two first-half touchdowns.
Chris Pittman had nine catches for 109 yards for Colorado State,
which had a three-game winning streak snapped.
Wyoming grabbed a 28-21 lead in the third quarter on one-yard TD
runs by Bramlett and Armah. Colorado State tied it on on Van
Pelt's 14-yard TD pass to Dustin Osborn with 12:27 left.
Wyoming cut Colorado State's lead in the all-time series to
Baylor and ex-coach Art Briles acknowledged "serious shortcomings" Friday night in a statement announcing that the sides have mutually agreed to terminate his employment.
Wyatt Davis is a physical offensive lineman who can provide some versatility to Ohio State.
Zachary Carter provides Florida with needed depth on the defense side. He can develop into a versatile defensive lineman.
CFB writer Bill Bender joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss which SEC coach has the brightest future.
Ross Dellenger of The Baton Rouge Advocate joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss the expectations for the Tigers this season.
There's been some buzz that Oregon is starting to slip, but perception doesn't always equal reality when it comes to Power 5 football.