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WSU-Wyoming home and home in 2015 & 2018
The return engagement is slated for three seasons later -- Sept. 1, 2018.
"The Wyoming series falls in line with my goal to add quality non-conference opponents for our football program," said WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos said in a statement. "With future series that include Wisconsin and Boise State, in addition to games against Auburn and BYU, this series will complement our future non-conference schedules."
Wyoming is 0-3 this season with losses to Texas (37-17), Toldeo (34-31) and Cal Poly (24-22). In 2011, Wyoming was 8-5 and played in the New Mexico Bowl for the second time in three years. Over the last five seasons (2007-11) Wyoming is 27-35.
The Cougars lead the all-time series 3-2, with all games contested between 1962 -1990.
The last meeting resulted in a 34-13 win by the Cowboys in 1990 at Martin Stadium. The Cougars own a 2-0 mark when playing in Laramie while 1-2 playing in Pullman.
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