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David Settle

A native of Fort Collins, Colorado, David Settle earned a degree in Broadcasting from the University of Wyoming in 1998.  He originally joined KOWB/KCGY in June of 1998 as a board operator.  He was named the full-time Sports Director in July of 1999.  In July of 2009, he added the title of Operations Manager to his responsibilities.  He has also worked as an intern for Wyoming Public Radio and KIIX radio in Fort Collins.  As the Sports Director, he is in charge of covering all aspects of the local sports scene.  He broadcasts five sportscasts every weekday, coordinates all sports programming for KOWB/KCGY, is a co-host of Sportsline Live three days a week, the primary host of Cowboy Talk and the “Voice of” the Laramie Plainsmen and Lady Plainsmen, as well as the Laramie Rangers.  In 2007, 2008 and 2010, he won the award for “Best Play-by-Play” from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters.  As Operations Manager, he oversees the day-to-day functions of both KOWB and KCGY.  David is happily married.  He and his wife Sara, have two daughters, Mikaela and Paige.

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Chris Tormey
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Cowboys Close Door on Defensive Coordinator Chris Tormey [BREAKING]

University of Wyoming head football coach Dave Christensen announced early Tuesday that defensive coordinator Chris Tormey has been relieved of his duties on the Cowboy coaching staff effective immediately. Current defensive line coach Jamar Cain has been named the interim defensive coordinator.

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RB Shaun Wick
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Spartans Win Shootout Over Cowboys, 51-44

David Fales threw for 482 yards and five touchdowns and ran for the game-winning touchdown with 8 seconds left, as the San Jose State Spartans defeated the Wyoming Cowboys 51-44 in California Saturday night. SJSU out-scored UW 37-to-21 in the second half.

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Border War
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Rams Run Roughshod Over Cowboys, 52-22, in Border War

Kapri Bibbs ran for a career-high 201 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Colorado State Rams to a blow-out 52-22 win over the Wyoming Cowboys Saturday at War Memorial Stadium. It was CSU's first win in the Border War since 2008, as the Bronze Boot heads back to Fort Collins.

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Soph. Shaun Wick
Soph. RB Shaun Wick heads towards the end zone for the first of his two touchdown runs in the Cowboys 38-31 victory over New Mexico on Homecoming.(Photo by Jerrad Anderson, Townsquare Media)
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Brett Smith Leads Cowboys Past Lobos 38-31

Brett Smith accounted for 385 yards of total offense, ran for two touchdowns and threw for another, as the Wyoming Cowboys won their 89th Homecoming game 38-31 over the New Mexico Lobos Saturday at War Memorial Stadium. Smith's two t-d runs in the fourth quarter turned out to be the difference, as the Pokes stayed undefeated in the Mountain West.

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Team
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Texas State Powers Past Pokes, 42-21

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.

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Jr. QB Brett Smith
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Brett Smith’s Big Game Earns Him Conference Honor

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.

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Soph. Eddie Yarbrough
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Wyoming Cowboy Eddie Yarbrough Named MW Player of the Week

For the second time in two weeks the Wyoming Cowboys have had a defensive player named Mountain West Defensive Player of the Week. It was announced by the league office Monday that Sophomore Defensive End Eddie Yarbrough has earned the distinction.

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Team-Fan shot
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Wyoming Cowboys Picked to Finish 4th in Mountain Division

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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Jonah Field playing surface
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New Turf at War Memorial Stadium Finished

The new playing surface on Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium was recently completed. It features more of the traditional school colors of brown and "gameday" gold, as well as a new image of Wyoming's Teton Mountains in the end zones.

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