Border War (Colorado State–Wyoming rivalry)

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Colorado State–Wyoming football rivalry
First meeting November 30, 1899
Colorado Agricultural 12, Wyoming 0
Latest meeting November 4, 2017
Wyoming 16, Colorado State 13
Next meeting 2018: To be announced
Trophy Bronze Boot
Statistics
Meetings total 109
All-time series Colorado State leads, 58–46–5
Trophy series Wyoming leads, 26–24
Largest victory Colorado Agricultural, 61–0 (1913)
Longest win streak Wyoming, 10 (1956–65)
Current win streak Wyoming, 2 (2016–present)

The Border War is the name of a college rivalry between the athletic teams of Colorado State University and the University of Wyoming, the Colorado State Rams and Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls.

Background[edit]

Colorado State University is a public university in Fort Collins, Colorado, and the University of Wyoming is a public university in Laramie, Wyoming. The two campuses are around 65 miles apart via U.S. Route 287.[1]

Football[edit]

Bronze Boot[edit]

In 1968, the ROTC detachments of the respective schools initiated the Bronze Boot, a traveling trophy awarded to the winner of the “Border War” each year. The boot was worn in the Vietnam War by Cpt. Dan J. Romero, an Adams State College graduate and Army ROTC instructor at CSU between 1967 and 1969. Each year leading up to the Colorado State–Wyoming game, the game ball is carried in a running shuttle relay by the ROTC detachment of the visiting team along US 287 to the Colorado–Wyoming border, where the home team's ROTC detachment receives it and runs the game ball to the stadium hosting the game. The trophy is guarded by the ROTC unit of the past year's winning school during the game.

Series results[edit]

Colorado State victories Wyoming victories
No. Date Location Winner Score
1 November 30, 1899 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 12–0
2 November 24, 1900 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 16–0
3 November 14, 1903 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 17–0
4 November 24, 1904 Laramie Tie 6–6
5 November 25, 1905 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 34–3
6 November 14, 1908 Laramie Wyoming 21–20
7 October 16, 1909 Fort Collins Wyoming 34–32
8 November 24, 1910 Laramie Wyoming 10–0
9 November 30, 1911 Fort Collins Wyoming 27–0
10 November 28, 1912 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 33–0
11 November 27, 1913 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 61–0
12 October 24, 1914 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 48–10
13 November 6, 1915 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 48–0
14 September 30, 1916 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 48–0
15 October 6, 1917 Laramie Wyoming 6–0
16 September 27, 1919 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 28–0
17 October 4, 1919 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 14–0
18 October 2, 1920 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 13–0
19 October 16, 1920 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 42–0
20 October 1, 1921 Fort Collins Tie 7–7
21 October 14, 1922 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 60–0
22 September 29, 1923 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 33–0
23 November 26, 1925 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 40–0
24 October 4, 1929 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 20–7
25 November 8, 1930 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 6–0
26 November 7, 1931 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 26–6
27 November 24, 1932 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 23–0
28 September 30, 1933 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 7–0
29 November 3, 1934 Fort Collins Wyoming 18–16
30 September 28, 1935 Laramie Colorado A&M 12–3
31 October 17, 1936 Laramie Tie 0–0
32 October 16, 1937 Fort Collins Wyoming 7–0
33 October 1, 1938 Fort Collins Tie 0–0
34 November 4, 1939 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 22–0
35 October 5, 1940 Laramie Tie 0–0
36 October 4, 1941 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 27–0
37 September 26, 1942 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 10–0
38 October 5, 1946 Laramie Colorado A&M 7–0
39 November 22, 1947 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 21–6
40 October 16, 1948 Laramie Colorado A&M 21–20
41 October 1, 1949 Fort Collins Wyoming 8–0
42 October 7, 1950 Laramie Wyoming 34–0
43 October 13, 1951 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 14–7
44 October 11, 1952 Laramie Colorado A&M 14–0
45 October 10, 1953 Laramie Wyoming 21–14
46 October 9, 1954 Fort Collins Wyoming 34–0
47 October 8, 1955 Laramie Colorado A&M 14–13
48 October 6, 1956 Fort Collins Wyoming 20–12
49 October 12, 1957 Laramie Wyoming 27–13
50 October 18, 1958 Fort Collins Wyoming 7–6
51 October 10, 1959 Laramie Wyoming 29–0
52 October 15, 1960 Fort Collins Wyoming 40–8
53 October 14, 1961 Laramie Wyoming 18–7
54 October 27, 1962 Fort Collins Wyoming 28–7
55 October 12, 1963 Laramie Wyoming 21–3
No. Date Location Winner Score
56 September 19, 1964 Laramie Wyoming 31–7
57 September 25, 1965 Fort Collins Wyoming 33–14
58 October 29, 1966 Fort Collins Colorado State 12–10
59 September 30, 1967 Laramie Wyoming 13–10
60 November 2, 1968 Fort Collins Wyoming 46–14
61 October 4, 1969 Laramie #19 Wyoming 39–3
62 October 10, 1970 Fort Collins Wyoming 16–6
63 October 2, 1971 Laramie Wyoming 17–6
64 October 14, 1972 Fort Collins Wyoming 28–9
65 October 20, 1973 Laramie Wyoming 35–3
66 November 2, 1974 Fort Collins Colorado State 11–6
67 October 4, 1975 Laramie Colorado State 3–0
68 October 30, 1976 Fort Collins Colorado State 19–16
69 October 29, 1977 Laramie Wyoming 29–13
70 October 28, 1978 Fort Collins Wyoming 13–3
71 September 29, 1979 Laramie Colorado State 20–16
72 November 1, 1980 Fort Collins Colorado State 28–25
73 October 31, 1981 Laramie Wyoming 55–21
74 September 11, 1982 Fort Collins Colorado State 9–3
75 November 19, 1983 Laramie Wyoming 42–17
76 October 27, 1984 Fort Collins Wyoming 43–34
77 October 26, 1985 Laramie Colorado State 30–19
78 October 25, 1986 Fort Collins Colorado State 20–15
79 October 31, 1987 Laramie Wyoming 20–15
80 October 29, 1988 Fort Collins Wyoming 48–14
81 November 4, 1989 Laramie Wyoming 56–35
82 November 3, 1990 Fort Collins #1 Colorado State 17–8
83 October 26, 1991 Laramie Wyoming 35–28
84 October 24, 1992 Fort Collins Wyoming 31–14
85 November 20, 1993 Laramie Colorado State 41–21
86 November 5, 1994 Fort Collins #14 Colorado State 35–24
87 October 28, 1995 Laramie Colorado State 31–24
88 November 16, 1996 Fort Collins #23 Wyoming 25–24
89 October 18, 1997 Laramie Colorado State 14–7
90 November 7, 1998 Fort Collins Wyoming 27–19
91 October 23, 1999 Laramie Colorado State 24–13
92 November 16, 2000 Fort Collins Colorado State 37–13
93 September 29, 2001 Laramie Colorado State 42–14
94 October 12, 2002 Fort Collins Colorado State 44–36
95 November 1, 2003 Laramie Wyoming 35–28
96 October 22, 2004 Fort Collins Colorado State 30–7
97 October 22, 2005 Fort Collins Colorado State 39–31
98 October 21, 2006 Laramie Wyoming 24–0
99 November 23, 2007 Fort Collins Colorado State 36–28
100 November 22, 2008 Laramie Colorado State 31–20
101 November 27, 2009 Fort Collins Wyoming 17–16
102 November 20, 2010 Laramie Wyoming 44–0
103 December 3, 2011 Fort Collins Wyoming 22–19
104 November 3, 2012 Laramie Wyoming 45–7
105 October 19, 2013 Laramie Colorado State 52–22
106 October 25, 2014 Fort Collins Colorado State 45–31
107 November 7, 2015 Laramie Colorado State 26–7
108 October 1, 2016 Fort Collins Wyoming 38–November 4, 2017
109 Laramie Wyoming
Series: Colorado State leads 56–47–5
Bronze Boot trophy at the University of Wyoming in 2007.

Men's basketball[edit]

Border War
First meeting January 27, 1911[2]
Colorado State 19, Wyoming 17
Latest meeting March 1, 2017
Colorado State 78, Wyoming 76
Next meeting January 13, 2018 in Laramie
Statistics
Meetings total 223
All-time series Wyoming leads, 131–92
Largest victory Colorado State, 43–10 (February 28, 1925)[2]
Longest win streak Wyoming, 31 (1940–1951)[2]
Longest unbeaten streak Colorado State, 11 (1911–1916)[2]
Current win streak Colorado State, 2 (2017–present)[2]

The "Border War" between Colorado State and Wyoming also extends to men's basketball.[3] The ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia considers Colorado State to be Wyoming's "fiercest rival".[4] Wyoming has a 131–92 series lead over Colorado State as of January 7, 2015.[3][5]

Notable men's basketball games[edit]

  • January 27, 1951: Colorado State beat AP #20 ranked Wyoming 62–38.[6]
  • February 14, 1987: Wyoming won 81–78 in triple overtime. Wyoming's Reggie Fox made a tying three pointer to force the second overtime, and Turk Boyd also hit a three to force the third overtime. The ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia considers this the greatest Border War game of all time.[4]
  • January 23, 1988: Colorado State beat #17 Wyoming 54–49.[6]
  • March 11, 1988 (WAC Men's Basketball Tournament semifinal): #14 Wyoming beat Colorado State 60–58 and would eventually become tournament champions. With two seconds left and the game tied at 58, Eric Leckner caught a three-quarter-court-length inbounds pass at the top of the key, turned, and made a 19-foot buzzer-beating jumper falling down, to win the game for Wyoming.[7]
  • March 9, 2000: In both schools' first seasons in the Mountain West Conference, Wyoming beat Colorado State 74–68 in quarterfinal round of the inaugural MWC basketball tournament, held at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
  • March 13, 2003: In the quarterfinal round of the MWC Tournament, #6 seed Colorado State beat #3 Wyoming 74–71. Colorado State would go on to win the tournament and a berth in the NCAA Tournament.[8]
  • February 6, 2010: Colorado State won at Fort Collins over Wyoming, 80–64. In the days before the game, a Colorado State student's Facebook post proposing a "Cowboys vs. Indians" theme in which Colorado State fans would dress in Native American style. This post attracted backlash and discussion within campus, and the student deleted his post and apologized for it.[9]
  • March 6, 2013: Colorado State won at Laramie, 78–56. However, this game became controversial because Wyoming students chanted "alcoholic" at Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy, a recovering alcoholic.[10] At the game, fliers created by interns at the Wyoming athletics marketing office were distributed and made light of an infamous 2003 photo showing Eustachy, then the head coach at Iowa State, partying with University of Missouri students after the Missouri Tigers beat Iowa State.[11][12] Wyoming's athletic director apologized for the students' behavior.[12]

Men's basketball results[edit]

Rankings are from the AP Poll. Source for results:[2]

Colorado State victories Wyoming victories
No. Date Location Winner Score Notes
1 January 27, 1911 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 20–17
2 February 18, 1911 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 30–12
3 January 26, 1912 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 16–14
4 February 21, 1912 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 16–13
5 January 18, 1913 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 23–21
6 February 19, 1913 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 30–18
7 January 25, 1914 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 34–10
8 January 31, 1914 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 43–16
9 January 16, 1915 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 21–19
10 February 13, 1915 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 26–16
11 January 17, 1916 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 34–24
12 February 20, 1916 Fort Collins Wyoming 34–26
13 March 2, 1916 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 44–22
14 January 19, 1917 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 18–12
15 January 20, 1917 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 34–5
16 February 11, 1917 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 42–23
17 January 19, 1918 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 26–17
18 January 24, 1919 Laramie Wyoming 32–8
19 January 25, 1919 Laramie Wyoming 23–17
20 January 17, 1920 Fort Collins Wyoming 30–20
21 February 6, 1920 Laramie Wyoming 16–9
22 February 11, 1921 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 16–12
23 February 12, 1921 Fort Collins Wyoming 20–18
24 February 10, 1922 Laramie Wyoming 18–16OT
25 February 11, 1922 Laramie Colorado Agricultural 19–8
26 February 8, 1924 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 29–16
27 February 9, 1924 Fort Collins Colorado Agricultural 28–21
28 February 27, 1925 Laramie Wyoming 32–15
29 February 28, 1925 Laramie Wyoming 43–10
30 February 9, 1926 Laramie Wyoming 34–14
31 February 27, 1926 Fort Collins Wyoming 36–23
32 February 5, 1927 Fort Collins Wyoming 37–31
33 February 28, 1927 Laramie Wyoming 34–25
34 February 24, 1928 Laramie Wyoming 53–22
35 February 25, 1928 Laramie Wyoming 60–31
36 February 23, 1929 Laramie Wyoming 53–39
37 February 24, 1929 Laramie Wyoming 44–34
38 January 18, 1930 Laramie Wyoming 46–28
39 January 18, 1930 Laramie Wyoming 56–36
40 February 20, 1931 Laramie Wyoming 43–41
41 February 21, 1931 Laramie Wyoming 46–22
42 February 20, 1932 Fort Collins Wyoming 34–28
43 February 22, 1932 Fort Collins Wyoming 30–25
44 February 24, 1933 Laramie Wyoming 57–28
45 February 25, 1933 Laramie Wyoming 56–38
46 February 25, 1934 Fort Collins Wyoming 41–15
47 March 1, 1934 Fort Collins Wyoming 39–21
48 February 23, 1935 Laramie Wyoming 26–20
49 February 24, 1935 Laramie Wyoming 34–32
50 February 21, 1936 Fort Collins Wyoming 34–24
51 February 22, 1936 Fort Collins Wyoming 31–21
52 February 19, 1937 Laramie Wyoming 33–32
53 February 20, 1937 Laramie Wyoming 31–27
54 January 27, 1938 Laramie Wyoming 45–30
55 February 26, 1938 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 46–37
56 February 3, 1939 Fort Collins Wyoming 35–30
57 February 24, 1939 Laramie Colorado A&M 46–45
58 January 12, 1940 Laramie Wyoming 39–35
59 February 2, 1940 Laramie Wyoming 53–40
60 February 7, 1941 Fort Collins Wyoming 40–34
61 February 28, 1941 Laramie Wyoming 44–27
62 February 15, 1942 Laramie Wyoming 61–37
63 March 7, 1942 Fort Collins Wyoming 45–43
64 January 22, 1943 Fort Collins Wyoming 66–42
65 January 23, 1943 Laramie Wyoming 49–23
66 February 12, 1943 Laramie Wyoming 57–34
67 February 13, 1943 Fort Collins Wyoming 65–40
68 February 9, 1945 Fort Collins Wyoming 43–32
69 March 2, 1945 Laramie Wyoming 45–32
70 February 16, 1946 Laramie Wyoming 64–43
71 March 9, 1946 Fort Collins Wyoming 55–41
72 January 14, 1947 Laramie Wyoming 60–30
73 March 8, 1947 Fort Collins Wyoming 52–38
74 January 17, 1948 Fort Collins Wyoming 52–34
75 February 28, 1948 Laramie Wyoming 62–37
76 January 28, 1949 Fort Collins Wyoming 56–39
77 February 11, 1949 Laramie #19 Wyoming 56–43
78 February 12, 1949 Laramie #19 Wyoming 39–29
79 December 8, 1949 Denver Wyoming 49–42 [13]
80 January 3, 1950 Fort Collins Wyoming 41–38
81 January 20, 1950 Fort Collins Wyoming 46–41
82 January 21, 1950 Laramie Wyoming 56–45
83 March 7, 1950 Laramie Wyoming 50–41
84 December 28, 1950 Denver Wyoming 62–50 [13]
85 January 12, 1951 Fort Collins #10 Wyoming 56–47
86 January 13, 1951 Laramie #10 Wyoming 77–58
87 January 26, 1951 Laramie #20 Wyoming 54–34
88 January 27, 1951 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 62–38
89 January 31, 1952 Fort Collins Wyoming 58–45
90 March 5, 1952 Laramie #16 Wyoming 89–57
91 February 7, 1953 Laramie Wyoming 71–52
92 March 6, 1953 Fort Collins Wyoming 54–53
93 February 5, 1954 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 47–43
94 March 5, 1954 Laramie Wyoming 52–44
95 February 5, 1955 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 55–49
96 March 6, 1955 Laramie Wyoming 69–46
97 January 28, 1956 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 66–56
98 February 11, 1956 Laramie Colorado A&M 66–56
99 January 26, 1957 Fort Collins Colorado A&M 64–49
100 February 9, 1957 Laramie Wyoming 65–56
101 February 1, 1958 Fort Collins Wyoming 67–61
102 March 1, 1958 Laramie Wyoming 70–62
103 January 31, 1959 Fort Collins Colorado State 78–60
104 February 28, 1959 Fort Collins Colorado State 80–74OT
105 January 30, 1960 Fort Collins Colorado State 69–50
106 February 27, 1960 Fort Collins Colorado State 64–63
107 January 28, 1961 Fort Collins Colorado State 73–55
108 February 25, 1961 Laramie Colorado State 61–38
109 January 26, 1962 Fort Collins Colorado State 56–50
110 February 24, 1962 Laramie Colorado State 58–54
111 January 4, 1963 Fort Collins Colorado State 91–70
112 January 12, 1963 Laramie Colorado State 75–69
113 February 7, 1964 Laramie Colorado State 66–56
114 February 9, 1964 Fort Collins Colorado State 73–68
115 January 23, 1965 Laramie Wyoming 77–68
No. Date Location Winner Score Notes
116 February 6, 1965 Fort Collins Colorado State 82–77
117 December 4, 1965 Fort Collins Colorado State 75–69
118 January 22, 1966 Fort Collins Wyoming 70–55
119 February 12, 1966 Fort Collins Colorado State 75–68
120 January 14, 1967 Laramie Wyoming 75–72OT
121 February 11, 1967 Fort Collins Colorado State 69–57
122 January 26, 1968 Fort Collins Wyoming 84–68
123 February 10, 1968 Laramie Wyoming 74–67
124 January 25, 1969 Laramie Colorado State 78–68
125 January 31, 1969 Fort Collins Wyoming 76–74
126 January 15, 1970 Fort Collins Wyoming 88–87
127 January 17, 1970 Laramie Wyoming 79–77
128 January 23, 1971 Fort Collins Colorado State 74–51
129 February 6, 1971 Laramie Colorado State 88–78
130 January 22, 1972 Laramie Colorado State 68–66
131 February 5, 1972 Fort Collins Colorado State 80–70
132 January 20, 1973 Fort Collins Colorado State 61–59
133 February 17, 1973 Laramie Colorado State 60–54
134 January 19, 1974 Laramie Colorado State 57–46
135 February 16, 1974 Fort Collins Colorado State 76–67
136 January 18, 1975 Fort Collins Colorado State 78–60
137 February 22, 1975 Laramie Wyoming 65–61
138 January 24, 1976 Laramie Colorado State 51–41
139 February 21, 1976 Fort Collins Colorado State 61–57
140 January 22, 1977 Fort Collins Wyoming 74–64OT
141 February 19, 1977 Laramie Wyoming 65–63
142 January 21, 1978 Laramie Colorado State 79–63
143 February 18, 1978 Fort Collins Colorado State 82–70
144 February 2, 1979 Fort Collins Colorado State 45–42
145 March 3, 1979 Laramie Wyoming 70–65
146 March 1, 1980 Fort Collins Colorado State 51–49
147 March 3, 1980 Fort Collins Wyoming 67–64OT
148 January 17, 1981 Fort Collins Wyoming 85–54
149 February 21, 1981 Laramie Wyoming 68–40
150 January 2, 1982 Laramie Wyoming 51–31
151 February 27, 1982 Fort Collins Wyoming 63–57
152 February 5, 1983 Fort Collins Colorado State 50–48
153 March 10, 1983 Laramie Wyoming 49–39
154 January 14, 1984 Fort Collins Wyoming 69–63
155 February 9, 1984 Laramie Wyoming 67–51
156 March 7, 1984 Laramie Wyoming 40–36 WAC quarterfinal
157 January 31, 1985 Laramie Wyoming 54–53
158 February 22, 1985 Fort Collins Colorado State 83–68
159 February 1, 1986 Fort Collins Wyoming 68–66
160 February 22, 1986 Laramie Wyoming 77–70
161 January 6, 1987 Laramie Colorado State 74–71
162 February 14, 1987 Fort Collins Wyoming 81–783 OT
163 January 23, 1988 Fort Collins Colorado State 54–49
164 February 20, 1988 Laramie #19 Wyoming 57–50
165 March 11, 1988 Fort Collins #14 Wyoming 60–58 WAC semifinal
166 February 4, 1989 Fort Collins Colorado State 58–48
167 February 25, 1989 Laramie Colorado State 62–59
168 January 15, 1990 Laramie Colorado State 65–57
169 February 3, 1990 Fort Collins Wyoming 71–67
170 January 8, 1991 Fort Collins Wyoming 75–63
171 February 26, 1991 Laramie Colorado State 71–68
172 January 28, 1992 Fort Collins Colorado State 68–67
173 March 7, 1992 Laramie Wyoming 83–65
174 January 16, 1993 Fort Collins Colorado State 92–77
175 February 20, 1993 Laramie Wyoming 77–66
176 January 15, 1994 Laramie Wyoming 73–58
177 February 19, 1994 Fort Collins Wyoming 74–72
178 January 7, 1995 Fort Collins Wyoming 70–69
179 February 25, 1995 Laramie Wyoming 80–73
180 January 10, 1996 Laramie Colorado State 68–63
181 February 24, 1996 Fort Collins Colorado State 80–66
182 January 11, 1997 Fort Collins Colorado State 78–71
183 February 6, 1997 Laramie Wyoming 67–65OT
184 January 24, 1998 Laramie Colorado State 53–46
185 February 21, 1998 Fort Collins Wyoming 69–64OT
186 January 23, 1999 Fort Collins Colorado State 91–83
187 February 20, 1999 Laramie Colorado State 80–75
188 January 15, 2000 Laramie Colorado State 77–71
189 March 4, 2000 Fort Collins Colorado State 79–78
190 March 9, 2000 Las Vegas Wyoming 74–68 MWC quarterfinal
191 January 13, 2001 Fort Collins Wyoming 70–69OT
192 February 10, 2001 Laramie Wyoming 72–70
193 January 12, 2002 Laramie Wyoming 95–72
194 February 9, 2002 Fort Collins Wyoming 72–69OT
195 January 25, 2003 Fort Collins Wyoming 79–77
196 February 22, 2003 Laramie Wyoming 62–60
197 March 13, 2003 Las Vegas Colorado State 74–71 MWC quarterfinal
198 January 31, 2004 Fort Collins Colorado State 75–74OT
199 February 28, 2004 Laramie Wyoming 67–61
200 January 29, 2005 Laramie Wyoming 69–56
201 February 26, 2005 Fort Collins Colorado State 96–94OT
202 January 25, 2006 Fort Collins Wyoming 72–67
203 February 25, 2006 Laramie Colorado State 80–78
204 January 24, 2007 Laramie Wyoming 75–70
205 February 24, 2007 Fort Collins Colorado State 86–68
206 January 26, 2008 Laramie Wyoming 73–58
207 February 27, 2008 Fort Collins Wyoming 77–67
208 March 12, 2008 Las Vegas Colorado State 68–63 MWC first round
209 January 24, 2009 Laramie Wyoming 83–74
210 February 25, 2009 Fort Collins Wyoming 82–79
211 January 6, 2010 Laramie Colorado State 83–73
212 February 6, 2010 Fort Collins Colorado State 80–64
213 January 4, 2011 Fort Collins Colorado State 73–60
214 February 5, 2011 Laramie Colorado State 59–56
215 January 21, 2012 Laramie Wyoming 70–51
216 February 18, 2012 Fort Collins Colorado State 54–46
217 February 2, 2013 Fort Collins Colorado State 65–46
218 March 6, 2013 Laramie Colorado State 78–56
219 February 22, 2014 Fort Collins Colorado State 82–67
220 March 8, 2014 Laramie Wyoming 83–75
221 January 7, 2015 Fort Collins Wyoming 60–54
222 February 4, 2015 Laramie Wyoming 59–48
223 January 30, 2016 Laramie Wyoming 83–76
224 February 20, 2016 Fort Collins Wyoming 84–66
225 February 15, 2017 Laramie Colorado State 78–73
226 March 1, 2017 Fort Collins Colorado State 78–76
227 January 13, 2018 Laramie
228 January 31, 2018 Fort Collins
Series: Wyoming leads 132–94

Women's basketball[edit]

The first women's basketball game between Colorado State and Wyoming was on January 29, 1975 in Laramie, with a 69–46 win for Colorado State.[14] As of January 7, 2015, the series is tied 45–45, after Colorado State beat Wyoming 58–55 for the Rams' first win at Laramie since 2002.[15][16]

Women's basketball results[edit]

Date Winning Team Losing Team Site Notes about game
January 30, 2016 Colorado State 63 Wyoming 42 Fort Collins
February 20, 2016 Colorado State 62 Wyoming 57 Laramie

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CSU offering discounted student tickets for Saturday's Border War". Colorado State Rams. October 31, 2012. Retrieved January 7, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Wyoming Series Record vs. COLORADO STATE" (PDF), 2014 Wyoming Cowboy Men's Basketball Media Guide, University of Wyoming, pp. 87–88, 2014 
  3. ^ a b "Border War: Pokes Visit Rams for Marquee MW Matchup". University of Wyoming. January 5, 2015. Retrieved January 7, 2015. ...the Cowboys own a 131–92 advantage in the all-time series with Rams. 
  4. ^ a b ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Men's Game. New York, NY: Ballantine. p. 514. ISBN 0345513924. 
  5. ^ "McManamen Shoots Wyoming Past Colorado State, 60–54". University of Wyoming. Retrieved January 7, 2015. 
  6. ^ a b "Rams vs. Ranked Opponents (AP)" (PDF), Colorado State Rams 2014–15 Men's Basketball Media Guide, Colorado State University, p. 132, 2014 
  7. ^ Holbreich, Curt (March 12, 1988). "WAC Basketball Tournament Roundup : Leckner's Shot Saves Wyoming at the Buzzer". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 7, 2015. 
  8. ^ "2003 Men's Basketball Review". Colorado State Rams. Archived from the original on May 1, 2003.  Boxscore
  9. ^ Whaley, Monte (February 5, 2010). "Push for American Indian garb at CSU game draws fire". Denver Post. Retrieved January 8, 2015. 
  10. ^ Frederickson, Ben (March 7, 2013). "'Alcoholic' chants toward Colorado State's Eustachy crossed the line". Casper Star Tribune. Retrieved January 8, 2015. 
  11. ^ Witosky, Tom (April 28, 2003). "Eustachy's party behavior called 'poor judgment'". Des Moines Register. Archived from the original on December 26, 2004. Retrieved January 9, 2014. 
  12. ^ a b "Wyoming officials apologize to Eustachy for students' 'alcoholic' taunt". The Coloradoan. March 8, 2013. Retrieved January 8, 2015. 
  13. ^ a b Wyoming 2014 media guide, p. 160.
  14. ^ http://issuu.com/csurams/docs/fullguide_7d9e93cdb6d003/91?e=1681024/10056874
  15. ^ "Game notes: CSU travels north to challenge Wyoming in Border War". Colorado State University. January 5, 2015. Retrieved January 7, 2015. 
  16. ^ "Women's basketball recap: CSU snaps 13-year streak at Wyoming". Colorado State University. Retrieved January 7, 2015. 

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