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Simulation: CMU defeats Wyoming in Boise, Idaho

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to our simulation, the Central Michigan Chippewas are going to win the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl in Boise, Idaho. The Chippewas, according to the simulation, will beat the Wyoming Cowboys, 24-13, at Albertson’s Stadium.

Our simulation suggests the Chippewas will end their season with a 9-4 record. The Cowboys will end their campaign with a 7-6 record.

Central Michigan quarterback Shane Morris throwing a pass (Getty Images)

Central Michigan quarterback Shane Morris throwing a pass (Getty Images)

Chippewas quarterback Shane Morris went 19 of 28 for 186 passing yards. He also had two interceptions and three interceptions.

His touchdown passes went to Eric Cooper and Tyler Conklin.

Jonathan Ward had 11 carries for 66 yards. Morris also had 10 carries for 11 yards. Kumehnnu Gwilly added five carries for eight yards. Devon Spalding had three carries for four yards, including a three-yard rushing touchdown.

Mark Chapman had four receptions for 90 yards. Cooper had five receptions for 35 yards and a four-yard touchdown reception. Conklin also had three receptions for 21 yards, including a two-yard touchdown reception.

Chippewas kicker Michael Armstrong also made a field goal.

Cowboys quarterback Josh Allen, who returned to the team for this game after missing the past two with an injury, went 16 of 28 for 138 passing yards. He had a touchdown and an interception.

His touchdown pass went to James Price.

Trey Woods had 16 carries for 48 yards. Allen had seven carries for 28 yards and Kellen Overstreet had seven carries for 11 yards.

Austin Conway had five receptions for 72 yards. C.J. Johnson had four receptions for 43 yards. Price had four receptions for 10 yards, including a five-yard touchdown reception.

Cowboys kicker Cooper Rothe made two field goals.


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