Wyoming hires North Dakota State's Craig Bohl

Wyoming hires North Dakota State's Craig Bohl

North Dakota State’s Craig Bohl will be announced today as Wyoming’s new head coach.

North Dakota State's Craig Bohl will be named head coach at Wyoming on Sunday.Bohl is 101-32 with the Bison. NDSU is 41-2 the past three seasons and has won the last two FCS title.

Following a 38-7 win over Furman on Saturday, this year’s team is 13-0 and playing in the FCS quarterfinals.

A former Nebraska defensive back, Bohl replaces Dave Christensen, who was fired last week after going 27-34 in five seasons with the Cowboys.

Bohl becomes the second FCS title-winning coach for their Cowboys in their last three coaches.

Joe Glenn, who had won a national title at Montana, was 30-41 at Wyoming from 2003 to 2008.

Photo: Carrie Snyder, Forum Communications

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