Wyoming picks up verbal #12 from Illinois WR Avante’ Cox

Wyoming gets the recruiting train rolling once again with their 12th verbal commitment from Rochester (IL) wide receiver Avante’ Cox.  The 5’11”, 170-pounder had 79 receptions for 1167 yards receiving and 25 total touchdowns this past fall for the 13-1 state champion Rockets. Cox was offered by the Cowboys back on May 17th.  He visited Laramie […]

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Pokes Drop Title Game, Headed to Poinsettia Bowl

  Wyoming hosted its first Mountain West championship on Saturday night with a berth to the Las Vegas Bowl on the line. On a chilly night in Laramie the Cowboys got on the board first but couldn’t keep that lead as they were defeated by San Diego State 27-24 in front of 24,001 fans. Both […]

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Wyoming Is No Stranger To Hosting Championship Events

  The University of Wyoming is hosting the Mountain West Football Championship Game for the first time in their history. It is the first appearance for the Cowboys in a championship football game since 1996 when Wyoming lost to BYU in the infamous safety game (and yes I’m still mad at Joe Tiller). Although this […]

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W-Y-O Photo Credit: Pete Arnold

WyoNation 5 on 5: Mountain West Championship

Wyoming came out flat last weekend and lost to New Mexico 52-35. Luckily, the Cowboys got some help from around the league and still find themselves hosting the 2016 Mountain West Conference Championship game. They will take on San Diego State, whom they defeated in a thrilling game 2 weekends ago. Kickoff is at 5:45 […]

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Wyoming vs San Diego State Statistically

On Saturday the Wyoming Cowboys will host the San Diego State Aztecs for the Mountain West championship. The two have previous met this season with Wyoming eeking out a one point win over the Aztecs in Laramie. On Saturday the two will face off again for a lot more at stake. Both teams are coming […]

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Brian Hill celebrates the safety which clinched the game for the Pokes. Photo Credit: Pete Arnold.

5 Things I Think: MWC Championship Edition

Wyoming didn’t show up to play last weekend in Albuquerque and left New Mexico with a disappointing loss. Luckily, they still walked away as the Mountain Division champs and earned the right to host this week’s conference championship game against the West Division champs, San Diego State. The Cowboys (8-4, 6-2) survived an SDSU (9-3, […]

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