Wyoming, Ohio put postseason streaks on line in Arizona Bowl
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By The Associated Press
Wyoming (7-5, Mountain West) vs. Ohio (9-4, MAC) Dec. 30, 4:30 p.m. ET
LOCATION: Tucson, Arizona.
Wyoming: QB Andrew Peasley 1,388 yards, nine touchdowns, eight interceptions; RB Titus Swen 1,039 yards, eight touchdowns.
Ohio: QB Kurtis Rourke 3,256 yards, 25 touchdowns, four interceptions.
Wyoming: Craig Bohl is the first coach to take Wyoming to five bowl games. The Cowboys will try to match the school record of four straight bowl wins.
Ohio: Coming off a loss to Toledo in the MAC title game, the Bobcats will also be trying for their fourth straight bowl win, as well as their third 10-win season since 1968.
Wyoming beat Ohio 21-20 in the 2008 season-opener for both teams.
Wyoming: Second appearance in Arizona Bowl, 18th bowl appearance overall.
Ohio: First appearance in Arizona Bowl, 14th bowl game overall.
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Updated December 4, 2022