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LARAMIE — The first two games with Jake Dickert at the controls of Wyoming’s defense have been hit and miss.

On one hand, the Cowboys have looked just as stingy against the run under their first-year defensive coordinator as they did under Scottie Hazelton the past two seasons. Despite losing five defensive linemen off last year’s two-deep, Wyoming is allowing just 82 yards a game on the ground, which ranks 23rd nationally.

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