The Gillette Mustangs, formerly the Wyoming Mustangs, will play their 2023 indoor football season in the Cam-plex Wyoming Center. But where the team goes after that is up in the air.

Mustangs owner Steven Titus asked Campbell County Public Land Board members last week for a break on the contract between his team and Cam-plex. A new deal was not settled, but both sides agreed to set up negotiations to find a way for the Mustangs to save money and the Cam-plex to potentially make more money this season.

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justmyopinion

This entire team, coaches, manager, owner, etc... is nothing but a money losing JOKE. The players are nothing special, earn minimum wages, and need to get on with life. The entire coaching hiring/firing fiasco has been nothing short of an embarrassment to the sport of football. GET RID OF IT!!!

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