The Wyoming football team has put together an impressive season, going 8-3 in 2016 under the direction of head coach Craig Bohl.
As a result, the Cowboys’ leading man appears to be set for a contract extension.
According to FOX Sports’ Bruce Feldman, Wyoming is currently working on a contract extension for Bohl, who is in his third season with the program, as he emerges as one of the nation’s top head coaching candidates.
Bohl is 14-21 overall at Wyoming, but his recent success has made him a hot commodity on the coaching market.
Prior to accepting the job with the Cowboys, Bohl had led FCS powerhouse North Dakota State to three consecutive national championships.
This season, Wyoming has topped ranked opponents Boise State and San Diego State, en route to becoming bowl eligible for the first time since the 2011 college football season.
Wyoming finishes off the regular season by traveling to Albuquerque for a meeting with New Mexico on Saturday.
Kickoff is set for 10:15 p.m. ET on ESPN2.