FROM THE SIDELINES

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Wyo 24, CSU 0

CSU 0 0 0 0 – 0

Wyo 0 3 14 7 – 24

Second Quarter

Wyo – FG Goodman 34, 6:08.

Third Quarter

Wyo – Levy 44 pass from Sween (Goodman kick) 7:56.

Wyo – Ford 26 pass from Sween (Scott kick) 3:22.

Fourth Quarter

Wyo – Harris 25 run (Scott kick), 9:40.

Attendance – 23,247.

TEAM STATS

CSU WYO

First downs 12 15

Rushes-yards 22-42 39-166

Passing 217 152

Comp-Att-Int 23-45-2 10-22-0

Return Yards 7 51

Punts-Avg. 9-43.7 8-42.4

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0

Penalties-Yards 7-40 7-59

Time of Possession 31:34 28:26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING

CSU: Ohaeri 8-30, Johnson III 9-26, Hanie 5-(minus 14).

WYO: Seldon 18-112, Harris 4-28, Harrison 4-13, Weatherspoon 2-9, H.Marsh 1-9, Moore 1-9, Team 3-(minus 3), Sween 6-(minus 11).

PASSING

CSU: Hanie 23-45-2-217.

WYO: Sween 10-22-0-152.

RECEIVING

CSU: J.Walker 6-69, Sperry 5-39, Da.Morton 5-22, Roberts 3-51, Osborn 2-27, Johnson III 1-8, Ohaeri 1-1.

WYO: H.Marsh 3-26, Ford 2-43, Levy 1-44, Seldon 1-29, Holden 1-18, Betschart 1-4, Moore 1-(minus 12).

PLAY OF THE DAY

There was little to be happy about if you were a Ram fan on Saturday. One of the few positive plays for the Rams occurred midway through the first quarter. On his first carry of the day, running back Nnamdi Ohaeri took a Caleb Hanie handoff from CSU’s 26-yard line and shot through a hole in the left side of the O. line. Wyoming’s Dorsey Golston brought down Ohaeri but not before the backup runner had a 25-yard scamper into Wyoming territory.

COLLEGIAN GAME BALL GOES TO…

Punter Jimmie Kaylor: It is always unfortunate when a punter gets the game ball, but that’s the type of day it was. Kaylor had a great effort, despite shanking his first ball of the day. He ended the day with nine punts for 393 yards, good for an average of 43.7 yards a punt.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“That’s what happens when you don’t come to play, teams end up kicking your

ass.”

– H-back Kory Sperry giving his summary of what happened to Rams against Wyoming. Sperry ended the day with five catches for 39 yards, but was never able to get in his usual red-zone groove. The reason for his lack of red-zone productivity was due to the Rams never making it inside Wyoming’s 20-yard line.

SEVEN DOWN. FIVE TO GO

The Rams (4-3, 1-2) have lost two conference games in a row and will look to stop their losing skid against the New Mexico Lobos (4-4, 2-2) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Hughes Stadium. The Lobos are going in the opposite directions of the Rams, posting back-to-back conference wins over Nevada-Las Vegas and Utah.

MWC STANDINGS

Conf. Overall

W-L W-L

BYU 3-0 5-2

Wyo 3-1 4-4

AFA 3-1 3-3

UNM 2-2 4-4

Utah 2-2 4-4

CSU 1-2 4-3

SDSU 1-2 1-5

TCU 0-2 4-2

UNLV 0-3 1-6

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