COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -The Mountain West Conference has reprimanded Wyoming's coach and quarterback for criticizing a TCU player's hit.
Quarterback Karsten Sween had a concussion from the Oct. 25 hit by TCU linebacker Robert Henson, who was flagged for a personal foul. After the game, coach Joe Glenn said he thought the hit was a ``cheap shot,'' and Sween said it was a ``dirty hit.''
The conference issued a statement saying the comments violated the conference's sportsmanship rules.
Sween did not play last weekend because of the injury.

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