UW football-Air Force-Peasley

University of Wyoming junior quarterback Andrew Peasley, center, looks to hand off the ball during a game against Air Force on Friday at War Memorial Stadium. Troy Babbitt/UW athletics

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming coach Craig Bohl couldn’t have been more pleased with the Cowboys’ 17-14 win over Air Force to open Mountain West play last weekend, noting Monday that he “thought it was one of the most complete games we've had as a football team since I've been our head football coach.”

UW held the nation’s top rushing attack to 337.5 yards below its season average, while a balanced offense put up 342 total yards on an average of 5.9 per play. With the Falcons’ triple-option attack in the rearview, however, the Cowboys know that a different challenge awaits Saturday night at No. 19 Brigham Young.

Josh Criswell covers the University of Wyoming for WyoSports. He can be reached at jcriswell@wyosports.net or 307-755-3325. Follow him on Twitter at @criswell_sports.

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