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Wyoming just won't win
Congratulations Cowboys, you're one of only two teams in college football to put up a 0-5 record this season. How high (or low) does that land them in the Bottom 10? Find out here
Marcus Cox raced 59 yards for a touchdown on Appalachian State's first play from scrimmage, setting the tone for a 31-13 defeat of Wyoming on Saturday.
Who's got the ball?
Appalachian State QB Taylor Lamb does, and he's in the end zone. Appalachian State leads Wyoming 28-7 after the QB keeper.
Watch: Wyoming at Appalachian State
Appalachian State leads Wyoming 21-7 at the half. The Cowboys will get the ball first to open the second half. Live on ESPN3
Pick-six for Mountaineers
Wyoming QB Cameron Coffman threaded this pass perfectly to Latrell Gibbs. The only issue is that Gibbs is an Appalachian State defender. He returned this interception 91 yards to the house.
Mountaineers off to a hot start
Appalachian State RB Marcus Cox scampered 59 yards for a TD in the first 20 seconds of the game. The Mountaineers lead Wyoming 7-0 early in the first quarter.
The Cowboys are winless this season, and that's not because of their non conference strength of schedule. Double-digit losses to North Dakota, New Mexico and Eastern Michigan have earned them a one-way ticket to the Bottom 10. CFB Bottom 10
Lamar Jordan rushed and passed for 254 yards and two touchdowns as New Mexico snapped a two-game losing streak with a 38-28 win over Wyoming on Saturday.
The Washington State Cougars capitalized on a pair of Wyoming turnovers in the fourth quarter to pull away to a win.
Luke Falk threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another as Washington State beat Wyoming 31-14 on Saturday evening for its first home victory in more than a year.
No Yee-Haw for the Cowboys
After losses to North Dakota and Eastern Michigan, the Wyoming Cowboys firmly deserve a spot in the Bottom 10. But where? Who else is in the Bottom 10?
Brogan Roback passed for 330 yards and three touchdowns and Shaq Vann rushed for 129 yards and two scores to help Eastern Michigan beat Wyoming 48-29 on Saturday.
Bad football investments in Week 1
According to Darren Rovell, Nebraska, Washington State, LSU and Wyoming paid a total of $2.375M in pay-for-play games in Week 1, and not one of them earned a win. The LSU-McNeese State game was cancelled due to weather (McNeese State still keeps the $500K).
John Santiago ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns to lead North Dakota to a 24-13 victory over Wyoming in the season opener for both teams on Saturday.
ESPN 300 prospect Holton Hill is one of only three elite cornerbacks on the board in 2015, and that means coaches are doing all they can to get him.
New Mexico holds off Wyoming 36-30
Boise State defeats Wyoming 63-14
Wyoming @ Air Force Falcons
Falcon Stadium - Sat 10/10