In today’s links, take a look at some Wyoming updates, mainly pertaining to spring ball in the post Josh Allen era.
Bohl’s building something at Wyoming, even without Allen.
Wyoming got a taste of their Allen-less offense when he missed a few games due to injury last year and it wasn’t pretty. That being said, they also got much needed experience in what they will face next year. Getting back to their power run game will be a priority. Also, their defense was one of the best in the conference last year and should be up to the task this year.
Young players emerging for the Cowboys.
Obligatory players making gains in the weight room and in conditioning due to new strength coach reference. The goal is to become a more physical team and it sounds like the young players are buying in. Bohl runs through the list of players who are standing out in practices. It’s worth looking at.
Offense making strides.
In the previous post, Bohl said it’s been difficult to evaluate the QBs due to many WRs being out. However, it sounds like he is pleased with the progression. There are also some nice updates on the running back situation, with two getting the bulk of the carries in the spring. Also a nice shout-out for 2018 early-enrollee LS Jesse Hooper.
The token Hawaii update.
Since it’s primarily Wyoming, here is a non-Wyoming update. Hawaii came back from spring break and it showed, as things were not as crisp as their practices before spring break. However, it was also their first time in pads. Still, the goal of not repeating last year’s performance seems to be fueling their spring so far.