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2013 Wyoming Football Game Times Announced by Mountain West and UW

Robert Herron

Robert Herron

July 10, 2013

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

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The Mountain West Conference in association with MW member schools have set game times for several 2013 football games. All six of the Wyoming Cowboys' 2013 home games are scheduled for early afternoon kickoffs.

The Cowboys' home opener versus Idaho on Sept. 7 and their home game versus Northern Colorado on Sept. 14 are both set to kick off at 2 p.m., Mountain Time. The Pokes' Oct. 12 Homecoming game against New Mexico is set to kick off at 1:30 p.m. The 105th edition of the "Border War" between Wyoming and Colorado State will kick at noon on Oct. 19, as will Wyoming's Nov. 23 home game against Hawai'i. The Cowboys' Nov. 9 game against Fresno State will begin at 1 p.m.

Season tickets are now on sale for Wyoming home games. To purchase your season tickets or to obtain additional information on tickets, click on the link at the top of the page or call 877-WYO-FAN1 (877-996-3261) or 307-766-4850; or e-mail tickets@uwyo.edu.

A number of special events will be held in conjunction with Cowboy home games again this season. The UW Athletics Hall of Fame Inductions will take place on Friday, Sept. 6, the night prior to the season opener versus Idaho. A new event, Celebrate Energy Day, will be held on Sept. 7, as will the annual Buddy Walk and Campus Pass.

On Sept. 14 in connection with the Northern Colorado game, there will be three celebrations: Ag Day, Fan Fest and Youth Day.

Homecoming will be held on Oct. 12 when the New Mexico Lobos come to town. That will also be Band Day this year.

On Oct. 19, the annual "Border War" versus archrival Colorado State will be played in Laramie for the second consecutive season.

At the Nov. 9 game versus Fresno State, UW fans will have an opportunity to honor our military with Military Appreciation Day.

 

 

And the season finale versus Hawai'i will feature a special Family Day promotion, along with Senior Day, honoring the Cowboy seniors who will be playing their final regular-season home game.

Additional television coverage of Wyoming home and away games is expected to be released by the Mountain West at a later date.

For more information on the 2013 University of Wyoming Football season, please follow the Cowboys at www.gowyo.com, on Twitter @wyoathletics (#120CowboyTough) and on Facebook at Wyoming Cowboys.

2013 Wyoming Football Schedule
Date - Opponent (Special Events) - Time (M.T.) - Television
Sat., Aug. 31 - at Nebraska - 6 p.m. - Big Ten Network
Sat., Sept. 7 - IDAHO (Hall of Fame/Celebrate Energy/Buddy Walk/Campus Pass) - 2 p.m. - TBA#
Sat., Sept. 14 - NORTHERN COLORADO (Ag Day/Fan Fest/Youth Day) - 2 p.m. - TBA#
Sat., Sept. 21 - at Air Force* - TBA - ESPN Networks
Sat., Sept. 28 - at Texas State - 5 p.m. - TBA#
Sat., Oct. 5 - OPEN
Sat., Oct. 12 - NEW MEXICO* (Homecoming/Band Day) - 1:30 p.m. - TBA#
Sat., Oct. 19 - COLORADO STATE* (Border War) - Noon - TBA#
Sat., Oct. 26 - at San Jose State* - 5 p.m. - TBA#
Sat., Nov. 2 - OPEN
Sat., Nov. 9 - FRESNO STATE* (Military Appreciation Day) - 1 p.m. - TBA#
Sat., Nov. 16 - at Boise State* - TBA - ESPN Networks
Sat., Nov. 23 - HAWAI'I* (Family Day/Senior Day) - Noon - Time Warner Oceanic PPV
Sat., Nov. 30 - at Utah State* - Noon - TBA#
Sat., Dec. 7 - Inaugural Mountain West Championship Game +

All game times listed are Mountain Time
*Indicates Mountain West Conference games
#Remaining television coverage will be announced at a future date
+The inaugural Mountain West Football Championship Game will be played at the home stadium of the divisional champion with the highest BCS ranking.

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