Travis Wilson & Las Vegas Bowl

Travis Wilson (born February 11, 1984 in Carrollton, Texas) is an American football wide receiver who is currently a free agent. The Maaco Bowl Las Vegas (formerly the Las Vegas Bowl) is an NCAA-sanctioned Division I-A post-season college football bowl game that has been played annually at 40,000-seat Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. 2.0/5

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Las Vegas Bowl champs! Travis Wilson runs for 3 TD, throws for 1 more as No. 22 Utah beats Colorado …
Travis Wilson ran for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead the No. 22 Utes as they blew out Colorado State 45-10 Saturday afternoon in the Las Vegas Bowl.
Colorado State struggles in Las Vegas Bowl loss Rams players insisted McElwain's abrupt departure had no effect on their sluggish performance. The Rams were held scoreless over the final three quarters, and their running game was limited to 12 yards on 19 carries. Utah quarterback Travis Wilson ran…
News sport : Utah's offense comes alive in 45-10 thrashing of Colorado State For one game, Utah showed flashes of the team coach Kyle Whittingham hopes he has in the future. The Utes defeated Colorado State 45-10 in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl, a surprising score considering the Utes offense had been pretty cold for most of the season. But it scored a Las Vegas Bowl record 24 points in the first quarter and the defense, which has been steady all season, never gave Colorado State a chance to find rhythm and get back into the contest. The 45 points were the most the Utes had scored in a game since scoring 59 against Fresno State on Sept. 6. They also scored 56 in the season opener against FCS opponent Idaho State. Most of Utah offensive struggles stemmed from incinsistent quarterback play, but Travis Wilson was steady, especially while running the read option, something he hadn’t done a lot of because of past head injuries. But he accounted for 91 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns — more ru ...
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