Wyoming freshman running back Jevon Bigelow continues to adjust to the college game, as the Cowboys offense tries to find its way.

Bigelow has seen his workload increase over the last few games due to an injury to senior starter Nico Evans.

In the video above, the freshman from Fresno, CA says his comfort level is increasing. He says the mentality is a big change coming from high school ball a year ago to playing college ball now. Bigelow also feels the offense is starting to come along. He talks about the running back room, running backs coach Gordie Haug, and more.

Bigelow has run for 153 yards on 42 carries in the first three games. He’s averaging 3.6 yards per carry and already has two touchdown runs in his young career.

Wyoming (1-2) takes on the Wofford Terriers (2-0) Saturday at War Memorial Stadium. Kick-off is at 2 p.m.

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