Saying “competition brings out the best in you,” Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl believes his team needs to lick its wounds and move forward.

Coach Bohl addressed the media Monday, as Wyoming turns its attention to the Wofford Terriers. The Cowboys are back at home Saturday at 2 p.m. This game is not being televised.

Bohl recapped the loss to Missouri, including stating ‘they were better than advertised.’ He also mentioned that senior tight end Josh Harshman will be out for an indefinite amount of time with an injury. Bohl also provided an update on injuries to tight end Austin Fort and running back Nico Evans, as well as a few other injured Cowboys.

Bohl knows that Wofford is a dangerous opponent that they have high respect for and knowledge of. He knows there’s a lot of work to get done, but also a lot still to play for.

This will be the first-ever meeting between Wyoming and Wofford. It’s at War Memorial Stadium starting at 2 p.m.