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Highlights and key plays from Utah State’s loss to Wyoming

The Aggies fell to the rival Cowboys 28-14, dropping to 3-5 on the season.

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Utah State Aggies offensive lineman Weylin Lapuaho (61) and Utah State Aggies offensive lineman Calvin Knapp (77) celebrate a touchdown in Provo on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022.

Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Editor’s note: The Deseret News is providing live coverage from Saturday’s Mountain West conference contest between Utah State and Wyoming. Check back for updates throughout the game.

Final

Wyoming 28, Utah State 14

4th Quarter

Wyoming 28, Utah State 14

4:11

  • Wyoming running back Titus Swen runs for his third touchdown of the game, this one from six yards outs. Swen has rushed for 160 yards in the game, averaging 5.7 yards per carry.

3rd Quarter

Wyoming 20, Utah State 14

3:06

  • John Hoyland makes his second field goal of the game, this one from 51-yards out, giving Wyoming a six-point lead. USU safety Gurvan Hall Jr., had an Andrew Peasley pass hit his hands on third down, but dropped the potential interception.

7:09

  • Calvin Tyler Jr busts out a 31-yard touchdown run, capping off a 7-play, 62 yard drive. Tyler’s second TD of the season was the second longest run by any Aggie this season. Tyler has now rushed for 69 yards on 10 carries.

10:15

  • Wyoming kicker John Hoyland misses a field goal attempt from 55-yards. The Aggies’ defense has been on the field most of the game but managed to hold the Cowboys to no points after the turnover.

14:05

  • USU quarterback Bishop Davenport is intercepted by Cowboy defensive back Wyett Ekeler at Wyoming’s 25-yard line.

2nd Quarter

Wyoming 17, Utah State 7

0:00

  • John Hoyland hits a 43-yard field goal to put Wyoming up multiple scores. The Cowboys dominated the first half, in every facet, out-gaining USU 289 yards to 75, while also racking up three sacks and eight tackles for loss.

3:48

  • Utah State true freshman quarterback Bishop Davenport runs for 5-yard touchdown, USU’s first of the game. The Aggies capitalized on the muffed Wyoming punt.

5:53

  • Wyoming punt returner Wyatt Wieland muffs a punt, recovered by the Aggies (Jamie Nance) at the Cowboys’ 17-yard line.

8:01

  • Swen scores again, rushing for his second touchdown of the game, a 5-yard run that capped off an 8-play, 67-yard drive. The Cowboys have out-gained Utah State 224 yards to 47. Swen has rushed for 96 yards on 16 carries.

1st Quarter

Wyoming 7, Utah State 0

5:02

  • Wyoming running back Titus Swen gives the Cowboys an early lead with a 30-yard touchdown run. Multiple big plays propelled Wyoming on the drive, including a 46-yard reception by Cowboys tight end Colin O’Brien.

Pregame prep

Here are a few stories to get ready for Utah State’s game against Wyoming:

  • Utah State will start true freshman Bishop Davenport at quarterback. He is the first true freshman to start at QB for the Aggies since Kent Myers in 2014.