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Shyatt Says Texas A&M Strong Opponent

Cowboys coach Larry Shyatt says Texas A&m may be the best team in CBI tournament.

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Shyatt Says Cowboys Can Handle Road Game

He also says that while he hopes a fair number of Wyoming fans will show up to support their team, he doesn't think the Cowboys will be affected by "extraneous factors" such as playing a road game in the tournament.

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Cowboys Without Larry Shyatt Tonight

The Wyoming Cowboys will not have their head coach tonight, as they take on the Air Force Falcons in Mountain West action.

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Washington Reinstated To Cowboy Basketball Team

University of Wyoming men’s basketball coach Larry Shyatt announced on Tuesday that senior forward Leonard Washington has been fully reinstated to the Cowboy program. Washington was suspended indefinitely in April for not meeting “expectations and standards of the program.”

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Cowboy Basketball To Play Exhibition Game In Ethete

The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team will begin the 2012-13 season by hosting Fort Lewis College for an exhibition game at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31 in Ethete, Wyo. A collaboration between the Cowboys and the Nike N7 program, the contest will be played at the Wyoming Indian High School on the Wind River Reservation.

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Shyatt Inks One Year Extension With The University Of Wyoming

University of Wyoming Athletics Director Tom Burman announced on Thursday that the contract of head men’s basketball coach Larry Shyatt has been extended through the 2016-17 season.

Shyatt signed his original contract with the Cowboys on March 31, 2011. His initial contract was for five years with a base salary of $190,000 per year and included incentives for up to $645,000 per year.

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Shyatt Completes 2012 Recruiting Class for Cowboy Basketball

Cowboy basketball coach Larry Shyatt finished off the 2012-13 recruiting class on Wednesday when Derek Cooke signed a National Letter of Intent to play at the University of Wyoming. The 6'9" forward will transfer to UW from Cloud County Community College and will have three years of eligibility remaining.

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(Photo by Kent Gidley)
(Photo by Kent Gidley)
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Cowboy Basketball Gains Alabama Transfer

Charles Hankerson, Jr. is becoming a Cowboy. He will transfer to the University of Wyoming from the University of Alabama with two years of eligibility remaining after he sits out the 2012-13 season. Cowboy basketball coach Larry Shyatt made the announcement Monday.

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