A third of the season has been completed, and this is what we’ve learned:
> Diocoemy Saint Juste and Ryan Tuiasoa are a powerful 1-2 punch. The Warriors also found ways to get Saint Juste the ball on screens and slip passes. It might be intriguing to see Tuiasoa the target of screens, too.
> It’s one thing to identify the need to avoid relinquishing chunk plays; it’s another to stop them. The Warriors practice against it, emphasize it, and for most of Saturday — Wyoming had 30 plays for 122 yards through three quarters — stopped it. But, hey, things happen.
> Almost unnoticed was the return of Devan Stubblefield to the rotation. He has speed, experience, and a lot misfortunate. Maybe this is the start of something good for Stubblefield.
> Metuisela ‘Unga has next-level blocking ability. It will be interesting if he duplicates the deep-route skills he displayed in the Hawaii Bowl.
> The Warriors need to split their final eight regular-season games to qualify for the Hawaii Bowl. But the Warriors have higher expectations. They defied the elements and Wyoming QB Josh Allen; now they have to finish off games in which they are underdogs.
> It’s never too early to scoreboard watch, but UH fans should take note that San Diego State is still a very good team.
> There’s no easy way to travel to and from Laramie. And that’s my lame excuse for this late post.