CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Colorado State and Wyoming will meet tomorrow in Laramie for the 100th time in their annual Border War football contest. Kickoff is set for noon at War Memorial Stadium.
Colorado State needs a win to remain bowl eligible in Steve Fairchild's first season as head coach.
The Cowboys are looking to salvage a disappointing season with a symbolic win in what could turn out to be coach Joe Glenn's final game at Wyoming. The Cowboys' bowl hopes were dashed last week when UNLV came from behind to beat them 22-14 at Las Vegas.
Glenn wants to finish the season on a high note as speculation over his job security grows. He's 30-40 overall at Wyoming and 15-30 in Mountain West conference play.
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