University of Wyoming Athletics announced on Wednesday that it will be video streaming the Wyoming vs. UC Davis football game on Saturday, Sept. 17 through WyoVision, its online video player. Fans may watch the stream of the Wyoming-UC Davis game for free by going to UW Athletics’ official website, GoWyo.com. The game will be institutionally produced by the UW Athletics’ video department in conjunction with the Mountain West Network (MWN).
In addition to the game being available through GoWyo.com, the video stream will also be available for viewing on the Mountain West Network and on Campus Insiders and may be accessed through TheMW.com or Campusinsiders.com.
The Wyoming-UC Davis game will kick off at 2 p.m. from Wyoming’s War Memorial Stadium. This is the first time that Wyoming Athletics has video streamed a Cowboy Football game. All other Cowboy Football games this season will be televised by either CBS Sports Network, ESPN Networks or ROOT SPORTS.
As with Cowboy Basketball games that are streamed on GoWyo.com, the audio from the Cowboy Sports Network will be featured on the video stream of the Wyoming-UC Davis football game.
Fans may also of course listen to all home and away Cowboy Football games on the 26 affiliate radio stations of the Cowboy Sports Network. Dave Walsh and Kevin McKinney will again describe the action in 2016.
WyoVision’s first live video stream of a UW Athletics event this season will take place this Friday, Aug. 19 when Cowgirl Soccer hosts Houston Baptist in the regular-season opener for the Cowgirls. That game is scheduled to start at 5 p.m., M.T. from the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex on the UW campus. That game will also be available via GoWyo.com, TheMW.com and Campusinsders.com.
The Cowgirl soccer team began the 2016 season with a 1-0 exhibition win over South Dakota on Friday, Aug. 12 in Hastings, Neb.All live video streams and feature content on WyoVision are free.