Wyoming Considering Playing Two Quarterbacks In 2020

Wyoming Considering Playing Two Quarterbacks In 2020

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Wyoming Considering Playing Two Quarterbacks In 2020

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Wyoming Considering Playing Two Quarterbacks In 2020


Sean Chambers or Levi Williams?


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Two QB system in Laramie?

Wyoming football is about a month away from spring football and many more until the 2020 season begins and there are already questions swirling about the quarterback position.

Last time we saw Wyoming it was Levi Williams throwing for 234 yards on 11 of 26 passes to go along with three touchdowns, plus he ran for 53 yards and a touchdown. That also was his first career start.

Williams got the nod when Tyler Vander Waal decided to enter the transfer portal after the season finale until the bowl game, and season-long starter Sean Chambers was hurt.

Chambers was the leader of this Cowboys team but it was built on his leagues and not his passing game which was minimal at best, but he suffered a knee injury that will keep out for the majority of spring football.

Head coach Craig Bohl told the Casper-Star Tribune that he is “leaning toward” playing two quarterbacks.

“We’ll try to have Sean come along physically in the course of the summer, but we’re not going to rush Sean along just to try to get him out there to get some repetitions,” Bohl said. “We’re going to make sure he’s able to come back and be more than just serviceable.”

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