CHEYENNE, Wyo. (WKBW) — Students in Cheyenne, Wyo. are showing their love for Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen, with hopes he stops in for a visit!
Allen played at the University of Wyoming for three seasons, and the kids at Prairie Wind Elementary School never stopped supporting him.
They made this video calling on Allen to come to their school and read to them as part of Read Across America Week.
The school's principal Lisa Weigel says Allen serves as a perfect role model for the school's 450 students.
"Our kids really know how to work hard, they have an all in attitude and it's something [Josh Allen] approaches in everything he does so we couldn't think of a better role model," Weigel said. "Come back to where everything started for you, come back and share with students the incredible things you've accomplished due to your hard work."
Students in Cheyenne, Wyo. are showing their love for @BuffaloBills @JoshAllenQB, with hopes he stops in for a visit! What do you say #BillsMafia? Can we get Josh to go back to Wyoming? @Matt_Bove @DelReid @wyo_football @wyoathletics @UWyonews https://t.co/WJRaAuOqiK pic.twitter.com/ZoIBx1v6u3— 7 Eyewitness News (@WKBW) February 11, 2020
Read Across America Week begins on March 2nd.
We're hoping Bills Mafia will do what it does best, let's get Josh Allen back to Wyoming!