The Wyoming Cowboys notched back-to-back wins for the first time this season with a 28-23 win over New Mexico on Saturday. Brett Smith passed for a career-best 374 yards and threw four touchdowns to get the Pokes their first win in Albuquerque since 2006.
The Wyoming Cowboys remain winless on their home field after losing to #21 Boise State 45-14 on Saturday under Interim Head Coach Pete Kaligis. After the game was tied at 7-7 early in the second quarter, the Broncos took control and scored 31 straight points for their seventh straight victory.
Brett Smith watched from the sideline as Wyoming lost to Air Force, 28-27, during homecoming in Laramie on Saturday. It was the Cowboys fourth loss this year by seven points or less, and they remain win-less (0-3) at home in 2012.
One man is dead following the crash of a charter plane on Friday afternoon at Laramie Regional Airport according to airport manager Jack Skinner. No details have been released about the man, although Skinner did confirm that he was not from Laramie.
The University of Wyoming will be hosting the All-American Rejects on October 24th. The alternative rock band will play in the Arts & Sciences Auditorium with Boys Like Girls and Parachute opening the show. Eric Garcia with UW Concerts & Convocations said he expects the show to sell out within a week of tickets going on sale.
A vehicle fire on the Laramie Range summit between Laramie and Cheyenne closed the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 for about an hour on Friday afternoon. A pickup truck with a long camper trailer was lost in the fire according to Wyoming Department of Transportation spokesperson Ross Doman.
Cowboy football fans will get a special treat before Wyoming takes on Cal Poly this Saturday with the first ever Fan Fest. The free celebration will be in the Indoor Practice Facility from 1-3 p.m. on September 15th.
Any time you can offer 33 shows on 3 stages over the course of 3 days, it will get people’s attention, and that is something the Albany County Tourism Board greatly appreciates. The 2012 Snowy Range Music Festival is boasting a top notch lineup with something for everyone, which will likely bring a few thousand music lovers to the Gem City over Labor Day weekend.
A traffic stop on Interstate 80 yielded $1.3 million worth of marijuana according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol. Sgt. Stephen Townsend said just over 231 pounds of high grade marijuana was discovered in a semi-truck about 20 miles east of Elk Mountain during the Level 3 Commercial Vehicle Inspection.
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