University of Wyoming quarterback Levi Williams throws a pass during a game against Air Force at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs. Colo. Air Force won 20-6 over the Cowboys. DJ Johnson/For WyoSports

LARAMIE – Each week, WyoSports reporter Michael Katz will answer questions readers have about the University of Wyoming football team.

My question is about pass completions. I perceive that the Cowboy receivers drop a lot of passes. This has been evident (to me anyway) in almost all games, and was particularly obvious in the last game vs. AFA. Is this perceived as a problem by others – i.e. the coaches? And if so, are there any fixes in the works for the QBs to throw a more catchable ball, or to improve the receivers’ skills? 

Michael Katz is a writer for WyoSports. He can be reached by email at mkatz@wyosports.net. Follow him on Twitter at @MichaelLKatz.

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