Wyoming defeated Boise State in the semifinals of the Mountain West tournament but they are feeling good about themselves for picking up their game which has been lacking for the last month.
The Cowboys are in a must win situation to make the NCAA Tournament but they could be a dangerous team if they are able to win the Mountain West tournament on Saturday afternoon.
Quotes are via ASAP Sports.
Cowboys head coach Larry Shyatt discussed how the game against top seeded Boise State felt like a home game due to the fans that made the trip to Las Vegas.
"Well, the first thing that comes to mind was it sounded, audio wise, like a game in Laramie. Really pleased our fans came out. I'm really happy for these guys.
"There's never been a game this year I've ever questioned their try. They have great try. When they're up, when they're down. So I'm happy for them. I think they're happy to be in the championship, but I don't think they're ready to settle for anything less than a championship victory."
Josh Adams who had a huge game again for Wyoming and is aware of the importance of Saturday's title game.
"Everything. Just like I said, we've taken this program, especially these five guys ahead of me and Jason, from a 10 21 season to three plus 21 season. It's a credit to this guy on my right, Coach Shy, everybody that wears the brown and gold. It's a tight knit family. We've worked hard to get here and we've built this program up. That would be the cherry on top if we could make this dream come true."