LARAMIE, WY. (AP) — Sean Chambers has been named Wyoming’s starting quarterback at the conclusion of spring practice.
Chambers competed during spring practice with Tyler Vander Waal, who started nine games last season as a redshirt freshman.
Vander Waal was benched midway through the Cowboys’ eighth game in favor of Chambers, who ran for more than 100 yards in each of his first three games before sustaining a broken fibula against Air Force on Nov. 17.
Chambers worked the most with the first-team offense during the spring practice, which ended last Saturday.
Fall camp practice will begin Aug. 2. The Cowboys open the season Aug. 31 at home versus Missouri.