The Wyoming Cowboys stage a dramatic comeback in the last minute of play, but came up short in losing 91-87 at Boise State this afternoon. Wyoming lead by four at the half, but Boise State got hot and at one time held a 14 point second half lead.
The Pokes trailed by 11 points with just over a minute to play, but hit a couple of three and found the Boise State defense rather loose and cut the deficit to just two with 21 second to play. Â From that point on Boise State hit all their free throws and the Pokes could get no closer than two over the final seconds of play.
Wyoming drops to 6-9 in the Mountain West Conference and 16-12 overall Â Boise State improves to 10-4 in MWC and 17-8 on the season. It is Wyoming’s third straight defeat.
Louis Adams led the Pokes in scoring with 18 points. Â Alan Herndon added 16 points as a total of five Cowboys scored in double figures.