Wells may have been shouting something like that during Natson's punt return in the second quarter, when he burst out of a pack of defenders then cut across the field and back, cramping up before he hit paydirt. The 64-yard touchdown return was Natson's second this year.
Special teams in general were a weapon for the Aggies on Saturday. Punter Jaron Bentrude continued his run of stellar special-teams play, pinning Wyoming inside its own 20 five times on the day for a 43.3-yard average.
Bentrude also set up a key turnover for the Aggies with a line-drive punt that was muffed by the Wyoming returner. Marquan Ellison recovered the punt deep inside Cowboys territory to set up a short touchdown drive.
DeMartino hits four digits
Senior running back Joey DeMartino joined the 1,000-yard club on Saturday, perhaps the most unlikely Aggie to ever reach the plateau.
With 112 yards, the sixth time he's run over the century mark, DeMartino became the 17th Aggie to run for 1,000 yards, and the fourth in five years. Despite starting the season as the backup, DeMartino assumed the featured role after a season-ending injury to Joe Hill. Since then, he's been the Aggies' main weapon on the ground.
"It's a dream come true," DeMartino said. "It's a tradition left here by Robert Turbin, Kerwynn Williams and Michael Smith. I hope it just keeps continuing on. I'm glad to be a part of it."