About

WyoNation is a place for Wyoming Cowboy fans, family, alumni, or anyone else to gather and discuss the happenings of the University of Wyoming athletics. Launched in 2007, WyoNation hopes to be the ultimate source of information for everything Wyoming athletics. WyoNation’s goal is to provide a unique way for Wyomingites from all over the world to communicate, share ideas, and maybe even meet up for a frosty beverage after the game. We hope you enjoy WyoNation, and be sure to spread the word. The more Cowboy faithful we gather, the bigger success this will be for all of us involved. Go Pokes!

Official Launch Date: August 12th, 2007
Created by: Chris Lynn and Brad Reed
Reason for Creation: To give fans the opportunity to find out everything they wanted to know about Wyoming and it’s athletics. The site also serves as a forum for fans to exchange ideas and banter about Cowboy athletics, the University, or anything in general.

Special thanks to the moderators on the forum: WYCowboy, Wyokie, Spindoctor02, and UW2007!
Huge thanks to Chris for providing the web server to host this on, without him, none of this was possible!

Brad Reed

Job Duties on WyoNation
Development, administration, design, training and pretty much anything else that needs to get done!
Stats
Hometown: Worland, Wyoming
Location: Missoula, Montana
Job Duties on Wyoming Nation: Official interior decorator, maintaining the forum, keeping news and information current, and here to answer any and everything.School
Worland High School (97-01)
University of Wyoming (01-03)
Casper College (03-05)
University of Montana (05-06)
Associates of Applied Science: Microsoft
Associates of Applied Science: Cisco
Hobbies
Golf, college football message boards, enjoying a frosty Montana made beverage, and working towards my dream of doing nothing.Why WyoNation
Simple reason.. you can take the boy out of Wyoming, but you can’t take the Wyoming out of the boy. This is a great reason and opportunity to give the fans of Wyoming athletics a chance to meet, discuss, and build a community with a common goal in mind.