Sophomore Keonte Glinton runs the ball aginst Colorado State in his team's 14-13 win. (via Wyoming Cowboy Football Twitter)
The game was the 144th meeting in the Border Wars between Wyoming and Colorado State. The Rams led the all-time series over the Cowboys 59–50–5.
Wyoming has won six of the last seven meetings in the series.
The Pokes won their third straight road game for the first time since 1999.
Jayden Clemons threw the first touchdown pass of his career on a 32-yard pass to Alex Brown for the game-winning score in the fourth quarter with just under 11 minutes remaining.
For Brown, the 32-yard touchdown reception was the first touchdown reception of his career.
Clemons finished with a career-best 90 passing yards, going 7-for-11 on passing attempts with no interceptions.
Wyoming starting QB Andrew Peasley was forced out of the game due to an injury on the first offensive possession of the second quarter. He was replaced by Clemons, a redshirt sophomore.
Linebacker Easton Gibbs had his third double-digit tackles game of the season and eighth of his career. He finished with 13 tackles.
Cowboy cornerback Deron Harrell had his first career interception as a Wyoming Cowboy. The interception came in the end zone and prevented what would have been a Colorado State touchdown late in the first half.
Wyoming ended the night with five sacks, one shy of its season high, which it had against Utah State and New Mexico.
Cowboy senior safety Miles Williams made one of the most important plays of the game when he recovered a muffed punt at the CSU 18-yard line. This play ultimately set up the game-winning fourth-quarter touchdown.
Wyoming gave up a 72-yard punt return on its first punt of the game. It was the first time since 2014 against Boise State that the Pokes gave up a punt return for a touchdown.
Cowboy punter Clayton Stewart had a good night, placing three of his six punts inside the CSU 20-yard line.
Wyoming kicker John Hoylan missed just his third field goal of the season, but bounced back to nail the extra point that gave his team the 14–13 lead.