Wyoming announces suspension of LB/PR D.J. May

Wyoming Cowboys head coach Craig Bohl is apparently not-too-tolerant of whatever his go-to linebacker and special teams guru D.J. May did to violate team rules. Refusing to comment on the situation, Bohl’s statement read he “would have no further comment on May’s suspension.”

May’s suspension will be in place when Wyoming takes on Eastern Michigan this weekend.

It shouldn’t be too much of a worry for Wyoming, since Eastern Michigan coughed up 223 yards and four touchdowns to Old Dominion running back Ray Lawry.

Setting foot in Laramie, Wyoming, D.J. May enlisted in the Cowboys as a running back his first two seasons (red-shirted in 2013). Working alongside quarterback Brett Smith in 2012, May carried the ball only 77 times (fourth on the team) for over 350 yards and one endzone trip.

After taking a break in 2013 due to injury, May returned to the field as running back in 2014, but progression wasn’t his best friend as May witnessed a decline in yardage. But he wouldn’t find his on-field success there.

In addition to his 56 rush attempts in 2014, May returned 10 kicks for a total of 242 yards.

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