Second Wyoming football game canceled due to COVID

WYOMING — It has been far from a normal season for Wyoming Cowboys Football.

First, there was a normal season, and then it was canceled. Shortly after, the Mountain West Conference decided to salvage the season and their decision was reversed. Now, two games in a row have yet again been canceled from COVID-19 concerns.

The Cowboys haven’t hit the turf since Nov. 5 and won’t play again until at least Nov. 27 against UNLV after two games in a row have been canceled.

The first cancelation was against Air Force scheduled on Saturday, Nov. 14.

And now, due to an upward trend of COVID-19 cases within the Utah State football program, the Aggies are unable to participate in the scheduled football game on Thursday, Nov. 19, at Wyoming. The Mountain West is declaring it a no contest and there are no plans to reschedule the game.

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