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Colorado State Vs. Wyoming: Cowboys Use Some Trickery To Score First Touchdown

Wyoming who is looking for their first conference win, pulled out a bag tricks to score first in today's Border War. Wyoming quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels threw the ball behind the line scrimmage to wide receiver T.J. Smith who then threw the ball back to quarterback Carta Samuels who then took the ball to the endzone on a 38 yard gain, but the play was overturned  during a review as Carta-Samuels step out of bounds at the one yard line.

Then on the next play Wyoming scored a touchdown on an Alvester Alexander one yard touchdown run. The extra point was bothed, so Wyoming ended up with six points.

Then on the next Colorado State possession quarterback Pete Thomas threw an interception which then led to a 20-yard Wyoming field goal. Early on in this game the Wyoming Cowboys lead the Colorado State Rams 9-0.