LARAMIE -- Well, that wasn't easy.

It never is with this team, huh?

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Two third-quarter interceptions, courtesy of linebackers Easton Gibbs and Shae Suiaunoa, quickly turned into a pair of touchdowns for the Cowboys, making this a 24-7 affair with 15 minutes to go.

Wyoming would eventually hang on for the 24-15 victory.

Yes, there were plenty of questionable coaching decisions in this one, as you'll see below, but compared to last week's lackluster performance at Boise State, you'll take it.



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Wyoming has now claimed the Bronze Boot in seven of the last eight meetings against its hated Border War rival. The overall gap is closing, too. Colorado State is clinging to a 59-51-5 advantage.

Craig Bohl is now 7-3 all-time against the Rams, and for the seventh time in eight seasons, the Cowboys are bowl eligible.

Read below what fans had to say on social media during the 115th edition of this storied game:






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