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Record Book Look: Chris McNeill

With a new season kicking off next week, WyoNation will take a look at Cowboys who could do some damage to the Wyoming football record book. First up is WR Chris McNeill.   Chris McNeill The senior from SimiValley, CA has 87 receptions for 878 yards and 7 touchdowns in his career so far. Those numbers […]

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Wyoming Desktop Bling

If you want to put your passion for the Cowboys on full display at work or at home and all points in between, may I point you to the official Wyoming Athletics web page where this year’s schedule poster in desktop form can be found. It is another solid effort by the UW graphics team and last […]

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Pokes outlast Falcons in the Springs

The Wyoming Cowboys need an extra win this year to get bowl eligible due to having two FCS teams on the schedule. With that in mind it meant that the Pokes had to pull off a couple of wins this year that they’ve had a hard time doing in the past. They passed their first […]

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Pokes survive in San Diego

The Wyoming Cowboys went into San Diego this week as 16 point under dogs to the homestanding San Diego State Aztecs. The Aztecs are led by senior quarterback Ryan Lindley and sophomore standout running back Ronnie Hillman. Hillman is already an NFL prospect and has been tearing up Mountain West defenses for two seasons. It’s […]

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Nebraska outmuscles Pokes in victory

Saturday night marked another epic night in Laramie as the #9 Nebraska Cornhuskers rolled into town for a collision with the young Wyoming Cowboys. The last time the Pokes and  Huskers met was 1994, when the Cowboys made the trip to Lincoln to face the #2  Huskers. The Pokes led at halftime, but a furious […]

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Pokes Defuse Rockets

The 2010 version of the Wyoming Cowboy football team stood at a crossroads on Saturday in Toledo, Ohio. A loss to the Rockets and the season would be pretty much over. A win and the team is right back in the thick of things in the Mountain West, and in the bowl picture. The Cowboys […]

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