The annual Wyoming-Nebraska 6-Man Shootout All-Star Football game is on Friday night in Chadron, NE at 7 p.m.

Wyoming holds a slim, 6-5, lead in the all-time series after last year's 68-44 victory.

WyoPreps spoke to Team Wyoming head coach Jack Cobb from Little Snake River High School's football program. He is excited about this year's team, but he also knows it will be a challenge against Nebraska. Coach Cobb provided some insight on Nebraska and his squad ahead of Friday's game in the video above.

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Cobb told WyoPreps that there have been two changes on the Team Wyoming roster for the 2023 game. Noah McMakin of Burlington will not be playing in the game due to a prior commitment. He has been replaced by MJ Ulmer of Hulett.

Also, H.E.M.'s Tom Wagner is still on the roster but will be unable to play in the game.

Here is the roster. It is listed alphabetically by the school first, then the last name:

Carson Jones – Burlington

Cohen Schlenker – Burlington

Pablo Mendez – Burlington

Seth Wardell – Burlington

Kaden Chamley – Dubois

Clayton Rux – Dubois

Ryan Wells – Dubois

Briston Sifford – Encampment

Ben Wagy – Encampment

Matthew Smith – Farson-Eden

Simeon Stotts – Farson-Eden

Tom Wagner – H.E.M.

Hunter Reilly – Hulett

MJ Ulmer – Hulett

Wade Corson – Little Snake River

David Hernandez – Little Snake River

Hadley Myers – Little Snake River

Kannadis Peroulis – Little Snake River

Joining Coach Cobb on the Wyoming staff are Sam Weeldreyer and Kyle Jeffres from Little Snake River, Trent Aagard of Burlington, and Kegan Willford from Encampment.

The game is for graduated seniors only. It is played on the campus of Chadron State College.

Wyoming-Nebraska 6-Man Shootout All-Star Football Game

Wyoming vs. Nebraska 6-Man Football All-Star Game

Wyoming-Nebraska 6 Man Shoot-Out Football 2022

Wyoming-Nebraska 6 Man Shoot-Out Football 2022