SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -The Mountain West Conference reprimanded Utah basketball coach Jim Boylen on Thursday for comments he made about Wyoming's coach.
Boylen was outraged by a last-second dunk at the end of Wyoming's 72-64 win over Utah on Saturday in Laramie. Boylen had some heated words for Wyoming coach Heath Schroyer after the game and was still critical this week.
Boylen said video from the game doesn't show Schroyer telling his players to dribble out the clock. Schroyer said he did tell his players to pull the ball out at the end and that the play was blown out of proportion.

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