Wyoming-USU Photo Gallery

Wyoming got a scare from Utah State Saturday, but in the end the Pokes came away with a 32-18 victory. Check out the highlights in our photo gallery.

Wyoming's Greg Bolling had a big day. The sophomore receiver looked like sophomore quarterback Karsten Sween's favorite target in the second half of the Cowboys' win. Fans will likely see a lot more of the duo over the next three seasons.


Here Bolling makes a move on a Utah State defender during a third-quarter TD catch. He finished the game with six catches for 79 yards and a touchdown.


He danced around the USU corner, sprinted up the sidelines and pranced untouched into the end zone—a 25 yard TD catch.


The Aggies got solid production from their own star wide receiver, Kevin Robinson, who finished with three catches for 60 yards and a touchdown. Here, Robinson celebrates with center Ryan Tonnemacher after his TD reception gave USU its first lead of the game.


More Robinson. Here he tries to get past Wyoming cornerback Julius Stinson, who ended up making a shoe-string tackle.


Hoost Marsh caught just two passes Saturday for two yards, but the senior slot receiver ironically got involved in the running game. In old-fashioned Jovon Bouknight style, Wyoming ran multiple short bubble screens for Marsh, who used his quickness to rack up 21 yards on the ground, including a first-half touchdown.


Michael Medina and Mike Juergens celebrate after the win. The Cowboy defense held USU to 0-of-13 on third downs Saturday.


Devin Moore and Wynel Seldon were effective on the ground again for the Cowboys. After putting up nearly 200 yards against Virginia in the running game, the two tailbacks combined for 170 yards against the Aggies. Both finished with 85 yards rushing.


Seldon had the better day of the two, however. His 85 yards came on just 16 carries—three less than Moore—and he also added two 1-yard touchdown runs. Here, he breaks a tackle in the fourth quarter.


It was a much tougher day for quarterback Karsten Sween, who tries to avoid being sacked on this play. Sween put up 180 yards and a touchdown through the air but also tossed two interceptions in the contest, one of which was returned for a touchdown in the third quarter.


Head coach Joe Glenn said it seemed like Sween had a hard time getting his feet set under him on his throws early in the ball game. Does he look a bit off balance here, or is it just me?


There weren't nearly as many fans in attendance for Saturday's game as there were against Virginia in Week One. Still, a raucous student section made its presence heard.


Yep, these are our fans.

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