The Utah State Wyoming series has officially been postponed. The two games were scheduled to be played on February 10th and February 12th. The Mountain West made the announcement on Tuesday morning and further news about either rescheduling or canceling the series will come at a later date.
Utah State has no had three straight games postponed since a 69-53 victory over Fresno State. Wyoming is currently on a four game losing streak, falling in two series against San Diego State (87-57; 98-71), and Colorado State (74-72; 68-59). The next series up for Wyoming is New Mexico before wrapping up the last scheduled series against San Jose State. Utah State will have a break to prepare for the important series at Boise State before closing out the remaining scheduled series against Nevada.
Utah State is currently alone at first place in the conference, sitting at 14-5 (11-2), a half game ahead of Colorado State, who is 14-4 (11-3), and a game ahead of Boise State, who sits at third with a record of 14-4 (10-3). The conference race is far from decided, a lot of things are going to happen between now and the start of conference tournament play to include postponed series possibly getting played.