1. College Football News Preview 2020: Wyoming Cowboys Win Total Prediction, What Will Happen
Four straight seasons of six wins or more, two bowl victories, and a division title. It’s not exactly the way the Craig Bohl era was supposed to go in terms of style, but when it comes to results … okay.
There might not be Mountain West championships rolling in, and the offense isn’t bowing up like it was supposed to coming off Bohl’s days at North Dakota State – and as the guy who helped make Carson Wentz and Josh Allen into Carson Wentz and Josh Allen – but again, fine.
Wyoming has its system. It controls games with an offense that doesn’t screw up and can run the ball, the defense doesn’t break enough after bending, and the wins are coming.
It’s the first time since 1987 to 1990 that the program has won eight games or more in four seasons, and 1996 to 1999 was the last time it went four straight years without a losing campaign.
Set The Wyoming Cowboys Regular Season Win Total At … 6.5
This year’s team should be more efficient and effective offensively. There still needs to be more of a passing game, but the O line and running game will be among the Mountain West’s best.
The D might need a bit of a rebuild, but that’s where the system under Bohl kicks in – it’s not exactly plug-and-go, but it’s close.
There are just enough wins – Weber State, at Ball State, at UNLV, at New Mexico – should all be on Wyoming’s side, and there should be at least two more victories along the way.
It’s Wyoming under Bohl. After the bowl game, there will probably be eight wins, because that’s what Wyoming does under Bohl.