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Wyoming associate head coach Mike Grant reacts to promotion, losing Isaiah Neyor and other issues facing the Cowboys
From a shaky defense to an awful special teams to Packers coach Matt LaFleur's less-than-stellar postseason history, there are plenty of reasons to be concerned that the No. 1 seed in the NFC will fall short of winning a championship.
Former Missouri standout Alyssa Munlyn has been promoted to assistant coach on the Tigers volleyball staff.