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Cowboys Fall to Coyotes by 10

  After playing five games in nine days the Wyoming Cowboys took a much needed break, but the break did not seem to be long enough as the Cowboys fell to the South Dakota Coyotes Wednesday night...

Georgia Blog rips on Wyoming - BYU matchup this weekend

Dawg Sports the SB Nation Georgia Bulldog site picked the Wyoming BYU game as it's weekly game of disinterest. Classy move SEC. Wyoming's near victory over Air Force is overlooked. There are way worse games out there such as 2-4 Western Michigan at 0-7 Akron or 0-6 Western Kentucky at 2-4 UL Lafeyette. Maybe he just got tired of picking on Sun Belt teams.

Chris Prosinski named a semifinalist for NFF William V. Campbell Trophy

Sept. 30, 2010 LARAMIE, Wyo. - On Thursday, the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced the semifinalists for the 2010 William V. Campbell Trophy, which honors college football's top scholar-athlete each year. One of the semifinalists is University of Wyoming senior free safety Chris Prosinski. Prosinski was named one of 121 semifinalists selected this year from all levels of college football -- NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA. Of the 121 semifinalists, Prosinski was one of only 47 student-athletes selected from NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision schools. Following his senior year of high school, Prosinski was selected as one of five high school football players in the nation in to be named an NFF High School Scholar-Athlete. He was the West Region winner in `06. The William V. Campbell Trophy was previously named the Draddy Trophy, and is commonly referred to as the "Academic Heisman". To qualify for nomination, a student-athlete must be in their final year of college eligibility and have earned a 3.2 cumulative grade-point average or higher on a 4.0 scale. Nominees must also have outstanding football ability and have demonstrated strong leadership and citizenship.

Wyoming Cowboy 2010 Football Intro Video

Like being there for kickoff from the comfort of your home. Another great job with the graphics on this one. And Bon Jovi for background music - Thank you New Jersey!

Wyoming vs New Mexico Recap - PART 1

RECAP - 1st Half vs New Mexico LobosPRE GAME - The story here was the weather. A major snow storm hit the front range that sent tempratures plummeting and blanketed the area with snow. New Mexico...

Wyoming vs New Mexico Recap - PART 2

RECAP - 2nd Half vs New Mexico LobosAfter a tough first half and Wyoming leading 17-13 the second half was a much different story. The defense showed why it is one of the best in the conference and...

Wyoming vs Air Force Preview

Wyoming vs Air Force PreviewSeries History: Air Force leads 24-20-3Last year: Air Force 23 Wyoming 3. Air Force forced five turnovers on the road and their defense stifled any hope of Wyoming...

Mountain West Connection

Mountain West ConnectionIf you're ever looking for more information on the Mountain West Conference make sure you check out the blog Mountain West Connection first. You can get news from around the...

No Mtn on the DISH

Interesting article from the Trib.com. Lots of folks in Wyoming have the DISH network since cable is not an option where they live. This makes it impossible for fans to watch the Cowboys most of...

Falcons shutout the Cowboys

Falcons shutdown CowboysIt took nearly 45 minutes for the Air Force Falcons (4-3, 3-1 Mountain West) were able to get on the board in a 10-0 victory over the Wyoming Cowboys (4-3,2-1) at home. Erik...

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