Last week it was a suspension. This week, it’s an on-field matter that leaves one of Wyoming’s top running back’s future uncertain.
Earlier this week rumors begin to circulate that D.J. May suffered some type of injury during practice. The school sent out a press release Thursday stating that “May did suffer an injury to a knee in Wednesday’s practice,” but that “[d]octors have not yet evaluated tests on the severity of May’s injury.”
As of early Friday afternoon, there was still no definitive word on May’s status moving forward.
May’s 260 yards and two rushing touchdowns remain second on the Cowboys this season. His two receiving touchdowns are tied for second on the team as well.
Mays was suspended for last Saturday’s overtime loss to San Jose State for violating unspecified team rules.