Laramie, Wyo (Oct 29, 2020) – University of Wyoming athletic director Tom Burman announced Thursday that UW Athletics has extended the coach’s contract by one year- football chief Craig Bohlâ ???? until the end of the 2024 college football season
â ???? Craig (Bohl) has done a remarkable job of making our football program one of the best in the Mountain West Conference over the past six seasons, â € “ said Burman « I felt it was important for the continued success of our program to extend Coach Bohl’s contract. With this one year extension, this will allow our coaching staff to continue recruiting at a very high level as they have been, and it sends a message to our current players and potential rookies that our program will be strong. for years to comeâ ????
â ???? Leia and I are very grateful for the University of Wyoming and the state of Wyoming, â € “ Said Bohl We appreciate President Seidel and Tom Burman for entrusting us with the leadership of Cowboy Football For our fans, including UW students, your support of our program over the past few years has meant more than you can knowledge and played an important role in building a successful program In the midst of all the ups and downs that we have had in the last few months around this season, it is good for us to have some stability for our student-athletes and when it comes to continuing our recruiting efforts. This contract extension is important in providing that sense of stability. We look forward to more good years in the futureâ ????
Bohl’s extension for the 2024 season will pay him the same amount as in 2023 There is no increase included in the 2024 contract year
Currently in his seventh year as head coach of the Cowboys, Bohl led UW to the 2016 Mountain West Conference Division Mountain title and to a place in the 2016 Mountain West Championship Game Bohl was named coach of the Mountain West 2016 in a vote by MW head football coaches and members of the media covering the conference From 2016-19, he led Wyoming to four consecutive bowl-eligible seasons, three bowl-game appearances and two bowl championships. The Pokes seek their fourth candidacy in five seasons in 2020 – it would be a first in Wyoming football history
Fan enthusiasm for Cowboy Football was evident last season when Wyoming Football had the second-largest home game attendance in school history, averaging 23,007 fans per game
Since 2016, Wyoming has posted a 20-6 (769) home record, have gone undefeated in home games in 2019, and have currently won their last eight consecutive home games
Prior to coming to Wyoming, Bohl led North Dakota State to three consecutive FCS National Championships in 2011, 12th and 13th In 2012-13, Bohl received the National Coach of the Year award from the Eddie Robinson FCS Sports Network and the FCS National Coach of the Year award from the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). He became the first coach in the first 27 years of the Eddie Robinson Award to win it multiple consecutive seasons In 2013, he also received the Liberty Mutual FCS Coach of the Year Award, awarded in partnership with the National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame His other National Coach of the Year title came in 2006, when he was recognized by the Football Gazette as the FCS National Coach of the Year.
As an assistant coach at his alma mater, Nebraska, he was on two National Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) championship teams in 1995 and 97 as a Huskers linebacker coach Bohl has compiled an overall head-coaching record of 140-73 (657) at the college level, including an 8-5 record last season in Wyoming
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