The Nevada Wolf Pack learned once again Saturday afternoon that it simply cannot live by Deonte Burton alone.
Burton scored 23 points but didn't get much help from his teammates as the Wolf Pack fell to the Wyoming Cowboys, 59-48, in front of a disappointed crowd of 6,282 at Lawlor Events Center.
"We've got to get him some help," Wolf Pack coach David Carter said of Burton, his junior point guard. "Other guys need to step up."
The Wolf Pack has now lost three games in a row for the first time since January 2011 to fall to 9-7 overall …