LARAMIE -- Levi Williams and Isaiah Neyor connected for eight touchdowns over Wyoming's final six games.

The latest came in Tuesday's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl when the Cowboys' receiver hauled in a 42-yard scoring strike late in the second quarter.

That was likely the last time we'll see that Texas connection on the high plains.

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After snagging 44 passes for 878 yards and 12 touchdowns for the Pokes this fall, Neyor has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal Wednesday, joining his quarterback who also announced his intent to leave the program earlier in the afternoon.

According to a source, both Neyor and Williams informed the university compliance department of their intentions directly after the game in Boise.

Neyor, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound redshirt freshman from Fort Worth, played in just 17 games during his two-year career in Laramie. He finished with 1,126 receiving yards and those 12 touchdown grabs. He also rushed for a score in a road win over Northern Illinois in Week 2.

Neyor caught five passes for 87 yards yesterday in a 52-38 victory over Kent State.

"I'd like to thank the University of Wyoming for giving me the opportunity to do what I love most," Neyor said in a tweet Wednesday evening on his personal Twitter account. "I am thankful for all my coaches, teammates, strength staff, etc., as I have made memories that will last a lifetime. After a lot of thought and consideration, I've made it a decision of mine to enter the transfer portal. This was not an easy decision. Once again, thank you Wyoming."

Williams also posted this to his personal Twitter account Wednesday:

Neyor, like Williams, has three years of eligibility remining. All players who enter the portal can return to their original school.

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