The Wyoming Cowboys are not good. They are so "not good" that UNLV won the much-anticipated and quickly escalating (to put it nicely) rivalry between both the schools and the two hot-headed first year coaches 24-7 without really having to do anything. The UNLV Runnin' Rebels threw 5 total passes and gained 253yds of total offense. Yet the game was never close. Wyoming's 5 INTs, most in which the UNLV defensive player was literally just standing there and found a surprise in his chest, didn't help. We met up with always interesting Coach Hale following the matchup and this is what he had to give us: "I don't know. It's Wyoming, ya know. They live in Wyoming and the coach is a mormon. That's about all I've got. I literally kept saying through my headset up to the guys in the booth the whole game, 'Guys. Just don't do anything. I'm not exactly sure either... but apparently doing nothing works. Just like... I don't know... run dive plays. And then when they get the ball back their QB will just throw it right back to us I guess.'" "I mean, yea, it was weird, but again... its Wyoming. No idea how they beat Nebraska. Absolutely no idea. I wish I had more for ya. But even I can't get excited or funny or crazy or angry over Wyoming... kinda just feel sad for that little state right now." It was a sad night for the Wyoming Cowboys indeed. Even sadder knowing that highly battled-over and talented TE recruit, Logan White, was in the stands. Before the game it was rumored that Logan was a most slight-lean to Wyoming but that this game would go a long way in deciding his future. After the game, Coach Hale had one last comment concerning Logan: "Well, I don't know ya know. I mean, if he goes to Wyoming now, how is dirty money not involved. But then again, like... is 50 bucks dirty money? Not sure the program has much more money that that. I mean Logan, you can win 50 bucks at the 7-eleven slots in like 5 minutes on your neighborhood corner in Vegas. Shoot, then you can go spend it on a stripper or friendly escort here. Just saying."