Dave Christensen to resign as Wyoming football coach, according to report

After a 4-2 start, the Cowboys went 1-5 down the stretch to miss a bowl for the second straight year.

Wyoming head coach Dave Christensen will reportedly resign from his position, according to the Football Scoop.

In five years with the Cowboys, Christensen posted a 27-35 record, making bowl games in two of his first three years but in neither of the last two seasons. After starting the season 4-2, things looked hopeful for Wyoming to make it back to postseason play, but they won just one of their final six games, including a 35-7 blowout loss to Utah State in their finale.

In 2009, Christensen’s first year with the program, Wyoming went 7-6, winning the New Mexico Bowl. Two years later, the Cowboys won eight games and returned to the New Mexico Bowl. After bottom-half finishes in the Mountain West over the last two years, that will be that for the head coach.

Christensen was previously the offensive coordinator at Missouri, where he made a name for himself in 2007, helping Chase Daniel become a Heisman finalist.

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