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2010 Wyoming Cowboys football team

The 2010 Wyoming Cowboys football team represented the University of Wyoming in the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season. They finished the season with a record of 3–9 (1–7 MWC). The team was coached by second year head coach Dave Christensen and played their home games in War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyoming. They played in the Mountain West Conference.


The 2010 team played the following games:[1]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 4 7:00 PM Southern Utah* War Memorial StadiumLaramie, WY W 28–20   20,043[2]
September 11 5:00 PM at #5 Texas* Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial StadiumAustin, TX FSN L 7–34   101,339[3]
September 18 6:00 PM #3 Boise State* War Memorial Stadium • Laramie, WY CBSCS L 6–51   29,014[4]
September 25 12:00 PM Air Force War Memorial Stadium • Laramie, WY the mtn. L 14–20   22,413[5]
October 2 5:00 PM at Toledo* Glass BowlToledo, OH W 20–15   20,843[6]
October 9 1:30 PM at #5 TCU Amon G. Carter StadiumFort Worth, TX CBSCS L 0–45   38,081[7]
October 16 4:00 PM #11 Utah War Memorial Stadium • Laramie, WY the mtn. L 6–30   20,014[8]
October 23 12:00 PM at BYU LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, UT the mtn. L 20–25   60,505[9]
October 30 12:00 PM San Diego State War Memorial Stadium • Laramie, WY the mtn. L 38–48   16,252[10]
November 6 4:00 PM at New Mexico University StadiumAlbuquerque, NM the mtn. L 31–34   18,017[11]
November 13 8:00 PM at UNLV Sam Boyd StadiumWhitney, NV the mtn. L 16–42   16,111[12]
November 20 12:00 PM Colorado State War Memorial Stadium • Laramie, WY (Bronze Boot) the mtn. W 44–0   17,011[13]
*Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game. All times are in Mountain Time Zone.


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