his fourth quarter ejection. But come Monday afternoon, Brett Smith was ready. And the quarterback had lot to say.
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"I have a huge issue when you get a personal foul after scoring a touchdown, Christensen said. "I would like to think that we expect to score, so we we would behave in such a way. Other than that, there is nothing else that happened that we need to talk about. Nike Cortez Premium Camo Pack
"Everybody has nagging injuries," Herron said. "Mine just have something to do with my legs. That's what I need the most, because I run. It's annoying. The best thing I can do is get in the training room and try to stay healthy."
Outside of a locker room in Reno on Saturday, Wyoming's sophomore quarterback declined a chance to discuss in detail the two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties that caused Nike Cortez Leather Review
LESSSON LEARNED: While the UW football clearly disagrees with the second unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that led to Smith's suspension in the Nevada game, the quarterback said he takes responsibility for his actions and will have to be smarter in the future.
Wyoming QB Smith says ejection is something to learn from
Smith's learning experience was a costly one. Without its starting quarterback, UW let a 28 21 lead turn into a 35 28 overtime loss to Nevada. And it could have been worse. The Mountain West Conference reviews all unsportsmanlike penalties. It could have added additional punishment if it saw fit.
NEW UNIFORMS FOR HOMECOMING: Wyoming celebrates Homecoming when it plays Air Force on Saturday. The game is also military appreciation day. Wyoming will will wear its newest jersey option: an alternative camouflage uniform. The jerseys have not yet been worn this season.
There's nothing there. I can't say a whole lot, because they can suspend me and fine me. All I'm telling you is he was punished for celebrating in the end zone. He didn't do anything else."
Also on Monday, Wyoming senior linebacker Ghaali Muhammad received an honorable mention from College Football Performance awards. Muhammad had a career high 15 tackles three for a loss of yards and one that was a quarterback sack against Nevada. He also recovered a fumble, his second in two games.
MOUNTAIN WEST VERDICT: The Mountain West reviewed Smith's two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties Monday. The conference informed the team that it would seek no further punishment against Smith. NCAA rules required Smith to sit out the remainder of the Nevada game after the second flag. The league could have added more punishment if it saw fit. It did not, and Smith will start for Wyoming on Saturday.
"You can't do that," Brandon said. "Especially as a quarterback. A quarterback is held to a higher degree of accountability and responsibility than any other position on the team. You don't ask your right guard to take your team down the field. With that territory comes a set of rules that he has to understand."
Brandon said the chance of turning the ball over whether by interception, fumble or turnover on downs caused the offense to play it safe. Earlier in the series, second string quarterback Jason Thompson had thrown an incompletion when targeting running back Brandon Miller with a pass. Had that pass been completed, Brandon said, the situation might have been different.
"I can't put myself in that position, no matter how frustrated I am with what's going on," Smith said. "Despite everything I was mad about, you can't wear your emotions on your sleeve to that extent. It's a situation where you have to keep your composure, and I didn't. And I'm going to regret that for a very long time."
Brandon said he would make the same decision if he had a chance to do it over again.
Ahead by a touchdown in the fourth quarter, Wyoming's third string quarterback Colby Kirkegaard was tackled for no gain on a third and one from Wyoming's own 13 yard line. Wyoming punted on fourth down, and Nevada scored the game tying touchdown. Brandon said that play broke down due to a miscommunication between Kirkegaard and running back Tedder Easton.
not the same shin injury that kept him out of three games earlier this season. Still, the receiver who has two touchdown catches in each of the two games he played in said the leg problems are getting tiresome.
The circumstances that led to Smith's ejection are debatable. While there are few questions about Smith's first unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, which he received for celebrating an Nike Cortez Black Gold 8 yard touchdown run, Wyoming coach Dave Christensen made it as clear as possible (coaches can be suspended and fined for criticizing officials) that he disagreed with the second flag. That penalty came after Smith removed his helmet while walking off the field. Moments earlier, officials had waived a defensive holding penalty that would have resulted in a UW first down.
HE SAID IT: "Right when things happened, I knew I was wrong.
The league told Wyoming on Monday that Smith's suspension would not be extended. Still, Smith said the experience made examine the difference between playing with emotion and being overly emotional.
UW PLAYER AWARDS: Two Wyoming players were recognized for their performances against Nevada. Freshman punter Tim Gleeson received Mountain West special teams player of the week thanks to an average of 45.5 yard per punt on six tries Saturday. Gleeson pinned two punts inside the Wolf Pack 20 yard line. Two of his punts traveled 51 yards.
WHO: Wyoming quarterback Brett Smith
Wyoming offensive coordinator Gregg Brandon has spoken at length about Smith's style of play. The quarterback, he says, plays with a linebacker's mentality. On Saturday that got Smith into trouble for the first time.
"If Jason would have hit the route to Brandon Miller on their boundary, we might have run another play and tried to kick the field goal," Brandon said. "But he didn't. He missed the throw. And that's what concerned us, throwing an interception or something in that situation. We made the decision to extend the game."
TWO PLAYS EXPLAINED: Wyoming offensive coordinator Gregg Brandon explained two offensive plays that drew some questions the second half of Wyoming's overtime loss to Nevada.
VERSATILE WHITE: Darrenn White was one bright spot in a Wyoming secondary that struggled on Saturday. The sophomore cornerback intercepted one of Cody Fajardo's passes while playing safety. White, however, is listed as a corner on the team's roster. Christensen said White can be used in both spots.
Later, with the score tied at 28 28 with less than a minute left in the game, Wyoming took a knee on third and three. The ball was on the Cowboys' 41 yard line at the time.
"That's not the player I want to be known as," Smith said. "That's not the reputation I want to be known for having. Because I'm not that type of person. When I wear my emotions on my sleeve, that comes with the territory. If I do lose my composure, and do something like that, it can come back to bite you. That's exactly what happened. I take responsibility for it. Right when things happened, I knew I was wrong. I can't let it get to that point."
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