The Wyoming Cowboys suffered their second loss this season, as they fell 42-21 Saturday night on the road at Texas State. The game was delayed in the second quarter for 3 hours, 28 minutes due to lightning. The Bobcats out-scored UW 35-14 after the delay.
University of Wyoming Junior Quarterback Brett Smith set two school records in last Saturday's 56-23 Cowboy win at Air Force. For his efforts, Smith has been named the Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Week. He earns the accolade for the sixth time in his career at UW.
Boosted by two interception returns for touchdowns by the defense, the Wyoming Cowboys won their second straight game with a 35-7 victory over the Northern Colorado Bears Saturday at War Memorial Stadium.
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The Wyoming Cowboys have been tabbed to finish fourth in the Mountain Division during the upcoming 2013 season. The Mountain West Conference is holding its annual Media Days in Las Vegas through tomorrow. In addition to the preseason football poll, the MWC also unveiled its preseason all-conference team.
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