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Miguel Fulgencio, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound running back from Claremore, Oklahoma, verbally committed to Wyoming on Jan. 16. Wyoming initially offered him on March 19.

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LARAMIE — There was a time not so long ago when few outside of the state of Wyoming were writing about Josh Allen. Obviously, that is no longer the case. To keep you up to date, here’s a compilation of what some in the national media — as well as local media in cities where Allen could be headed — are saying about the former Wyoming quarterback, who is projected as a first-round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.

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Wyoming football’s 2017 season was a hard one to put a finger on. Ending the season with a bowl victory that matched last year’s win total made it easy to oversimplify and just say, “Hooray! Great season!” But it’s not quite as simple as that.

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2017 was a jam-packed year for Wyoming athletics, beginning with drama and ending with even more of it — and that’s just the Josh Allen component. Teams throughout the UW athletics department saw success, while memorable members of those teams saw the Laramie chapters of their careers come to a close.

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Wyoming's 2017 comes to an end Friday with a Potato Bowl matchup against Central Michigan. Need to catch up on all our preview content? Take a look below.

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Leevi Lafaele, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound outside linebacker from Sacramento, California, signed with Wyoming on Dec. 20. Wyoming initially offered him a scholarship Oct 5.

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De'Vaughn Brown, a 6-foot-3, 211-pound wide receiver from Antioch, California, verbally committed to Wyoming on Dec. 20. Wyoming originally offered Brown a scholarship Dec. 16.

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Can't wait for signing day? Now you don't have to. With the implementation of an early football signing period, high school verbal commits can now become signees Dec. 20, more than a month earlier than usual.

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LARAMIE — The college careers of Wyoming’s senior class, and potentially a junior quarterback, will come to an end Friday in Boise, Idaho, when the Cowboys take on the Central Michigan Chippewas in the Potato Bowl. For some of them, this month has also marked the ends of their academic careers.

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I was scrolling through my Twitter feed last week when I saw SB Nation’s Spencer Hall point out that Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson has nearly rushed for more yards this season than Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen has thrown for. It was part of a string of tweets ragging on Allen, who many project to be a first-rounder in the upcoming NFL Draft, and it bummed me out, because I like Spencer and tend to agree with him. It made me realize that the next few months likely will be full of these moments when someone I like will say something negative about Allen, the player I’ve probably written more words about than any other.

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Back in April, Charles Davis, Fox NFL broadcaster and NFL Network draft analyst, told the Star-Tribune that the excitement had already begun to spread in NFL circles around Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen. Now that Allen is expected to declare for the 2018 NFL Draft, those conversations carry more weight.

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LARAMIE — C.J. Johnson isn’t the only receiver in the Johnson family playing a postseason football game this year. Cade Johnson, the Wyoming sophomore’s younger brother, is a redshirt freshman for the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, who reached this year’s Football Championship Subdivision’s semifinals.