Saturday, April 1st, unsuspecting suckers all over Wyoming will be pranked by their friends, family members and co-workers.
To celebrate April Fool's Day, let's revisit two of the most epic gags in Wyomng history.
In the late 1970s, NBC Sports announcers Dick Enberg and Al McGuire duped the entire country when they ranked the fictitious Wyoming State University in their season-ending Top 25 basket
Yesterday, we recounted the tale of sportscaster Dick Enberg's legendary Wyoming State Porcupines April Fool's Day prank in the late 70's. Here's another Cowboy State hoax that duped the national press.
In 2005, Afton author Maury Jones issued a fake news release about wolves in Yellowstone National Park...
This Friday, hundreds of people across Wyoming will celebrate April Fool's Day by pranking their unsuspecting friends and co-workers.
Here's a look back at one of the best April Fool's day hoaxes in sports history.
In the late 1970s, NBC announcers Dick Enberg and Al McGuire duped the entire country when they ranked the fictitious Wyoming State University in their Top 25 basketball poll...