Laramie head football coach Ted Holmstrom has resigned his position leading the Plainsmen.
Holmstrom spent one year with Laramie and went 1-8 in 2012. Prior to that, he was the head coach at Lyman for three years, going a combined 18-12. The Eagles finished as Class 2A runners-up under Holmstrom in 2011.
He previously coached at the high school and college levels in Michigan.
Holmstrom confirmed his resignation with wyoming-football.com via telephone on Wednesday but did not comment further. He did say he would remain at the school as a social studies teacher through the rest of the school year.
He is the second Wyoming head coach to leave his position, joining Cody’s Cris Williams, who resigned in November after 13 seasons with the Broncs.
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