Wyoming players tweet about police being called over loud practice music
The University of Wyoming football team got an early start on Friday morning, and some people who live near their stadium apparently felt the Cowboys should have been a lot more quiet about it.
According to Brandon Foster of the Casper Star-Tribune, three different people called the police on Friday at around 7 a.m. to report that the music from War Memorial Stadium was too loud. The Cowboys were practicing at the time, and some players were offended that the cops were called.
Who calls the police on their football team working out in there own stadium with their own music ???
— Austin Conway™ (@AC_2P) June 8, 2018
This is a good question!!! We tryna wake up at 4:50am on a Friday morning to grind!!! https://t.co/jrytuSUiJv
— Cassh Allen Maluia (@cassh7mula) June 8, 2018
Officers from the Laramie Police Department went to the stadium to speak with athletics officials, and the music was turned down. As Foster notes, War Memorial Stadium had an update to its speaker system installed in 2016.
Turn down for what? I think we just got our answer.