The Wyoming Cowboys are nearing the halfway point of fall camp football practice. The Pokes were back inside War Memorial Stadium for a second straight day.

UW continues their installation on offense, defense and in special teams. Head coach Craig Bohl mentioned Thursday that they’re taking it a bit slower as they continue with this more drawn out camp and also further evaluate players.

Bohl discussed fullbacks, linebackers, corners and the status of defensive tackle Sidney Malauulu’s health.

Wyoming has had some true freshman step up and start taking what Coach Bohl calls “meaningful reps.” They are center Logan Harris from Torrington, receiver Jared Scott out of Illinois and cornerback C.J. Coldon, also from Illinois.

The Cowboys return to practice Friday with their 11th of 24 fall camp sessions.

More From KGAB