If I were to tell you that the University of Wyoming Cowboy's men's basketball team went on the road and scored only 13 points in the first half against the Nevada Wolfpack. You would problably say they lost. Cause early in the season, and lately without Larry Nance Jr. they would have. HOWEVER! Finally a Cowboy stepped up. HIs name was Josh Adams. And yes Cowboy fans a Cowboy stepped up. His name was Josh Adams. He dropped in 18 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals, and one blocked shot. That's Cowboy basketball. The University of Wyoming men's basketball team scored 51 second half points to stage a 64-58 come-from-behind win at Nevada on Tuesday night in the Lawlor Events Center. The Pokes (21-6, 10-4 MW) trailed by 13 points with 12:30 left, but outscored the Wolf Pack (8-17, 4-9 MW) 36-17 the rest of the game to claim their 10th Mountain West win, the most since a program-best 11 in 2001-02. Adams notched double-figure points for a team-high 20th time this season and added six assists and five rebounds while tying a career high with four steals. Senior forward Derek Cooke Jr. scored in double figures for the fifth time in the last six games with 14 points and finished just one rebound away from a double-double. He also had two blocks. McManamen added a career-high 11 points, thanks to a career-high three triples. Really? McManamen? A Wyoming native.....I love this team. Wyoming gets a much needed rest as the rest of the Mountain West Conference beats up on each other. Next game is Fresno State in the Arena-Auditorium on Feb. 25.