Wyoming Football: Cowboys To Face Kent State In Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
The Cowboys are back in a bowl and will face the MAC runners-up on the blue turf.
The Pokes are back in a bowl.
The Wyoming Cowboys are going to a bowl for the fourth time in eight years, heading back to Boise to face the Kent State Golden Flashes in this year’s Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
𝙏𝙃𝙀 𝙈𝘼𝙏𝘾𝙃𝙐𝙋 𝙄𝙎 𝙎𝙀𝙏! @wyo_football and @kentstfootball see you in Boise!
🗓: Tuesday, December 21
📍: Albertsons Stadium, Boise Idaho
🥔: Delicious #RideForTheBrand | #FlashFast⚡️| #bowlseason | #Potatobowl pic.twitter.com/kmaXxIMEC6
— FamousID Potato Bowl (@IDPotatoBowl) December 5, 2021
First reported by Action Network’s Brett McMurphy, the Cowboys will make their first appearance in the Potato Bowl since 2017 after compiling a 6-6 record in the regular season, including a 2-6 record in Mountain West play.
Kent State, meanwhile, will make its first appearance in this game after wrapping up a 7-6 campaign. They won the MAC East division with a 6-2 record in conference action, but lost to Northern Illinois in the conference championship on Saturday. However, the Golden Flashes, under head coach Sean Lewis, boast one of the nation’s most explosive offenses thanks to playmakers like quarterback Dustin Crum and wide receiver Dante Cephas, making for an interesting contrast of styles.
The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl is set to take place on Tuesday, December 21, and will be broadcast on ESPN, kicking off at 1:30 PM Mountain/12:30 PM Pacific.