LARAMIE -- See that headline?

Have you asked yourself that question in the last 72 hours?

You're not alone.

The sophomore running back wasn't on the field Saturday in Reno. He wasn't on the sideline, either. In fact, Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl hasn't uttered the name Titus Swen one time throughout fall camp.

That changed Monday.

Well, kind of.

"Titus is still dealing with COVID-19 protocols," Bohl said during his weekly press conference Monday afternoon. "That's about all I can say about him."

Swen received at least eight rushing attempts in six games last fall as a true freshman. His best outing came in a 53-17 blowout win over UNLV when the Fort Worth product carried the ball 14 times for 136 yards and his lone touchdown as a Cowboy.

Swen suffered a season-ending injury in Wyoming's Week-6 loss at San Diego State. He finished his brief first season in Laramie with 337 yards on 67 carries. He also caught three passes out of the backfield for 46 yards.

Some have caught on to the fact that Swen's name has yet to be brought up this fall. Bohl said before the Nevada game that he would be going with Xazavian Valladay and Trey Smith in the backfield in Reno.

That was true.

Those two combined for 90 yards on 22 carries.

Bohl also said no running backs "stood out" to him during the Cowboys' lone scrimmage of the fall.

Of course, discussing the coronavirus and those it infects -- especially at the amateur level -- is a touchy subject. The university has not shared individual cases with the public.