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Saturday’s game ends a stretch of sorts for Wyoming. It is the last in a string of four straight home games in the month of September, the final non-conference game on Wyoming’s schedule and the last game before the Cowboys’ bye. With a win, Wyoming will go 2-2 in non-conference for the second straight year and fourth time in the last five years. The Cowboys entered last year’s bye week with a 4-2 record. After the week off, this year’s Cowboys hit the ground running with five consecutive games against Mountain Division foes.
Williams came to Texas State before this season as a graduate transfer from Mississippi State. He started one game for the Bulldogs and appeared in 17 games, passing for 706 yards with five touchdown and two interceptions. As a Bobcat, Williams has thrown for 646 yards on 54.4 percent passing with two touchdowns and three interceptions. The dual-threat passer has also rushed for 112 total yards, matching a career high, with two touchdowns.
Wyoming and Texas State boast two of the country’s worst offenses in terms of yards per game. Wyoming is averaging 269.5 total yards per game (fifth worst) and has yet to both rush and pass for 100 yards in a single game. Texas State has averaged 289 total yards per game and is scoring just 12.5 points per game, sixth worst in the country. Wyoming’s 28 points against Hawaii were the most by either team this year and seven came off a kick return.