The Hawaii–Wyoming football rivalry is an American college footballrivalry between the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and Wyoming Cowboys. The Paniolo Trophy was the trophy that went to the winner of the game. “Paniolo” is a Hawaiian word meaning “cowboy,” and the trophy featured a bronze cowboy on horseback, twirling a lariat. The trophy was donated to the two schools by the Wyoming Paniolo Society, a group of Hawaii residents with Wyoming roots. With the 2012 move of Hawaii to the Mountain West Conference, the two teams will begin to play each other again as conference rivals. However, neither team has been able to locate the Paniolo Trophy, leading to the possibility of a new replacement trophy being created based on photographs of the original trophy. The two teams have met 21 times on the football field, with Wyoming currently holding a 13–8 edge in the all time series.