The Mountain West Conference has set the football schedule rotation for the next four years covering the 2013-2016 football seasons. This rotation will see each conference member play teams from the opposite division at least twice over a four-year span. What does this mean for Wyoming? The Cowboys will face schools from their Mountain Division each year and will play three schools from the West Division home/away on a two-year cycle before flip-flopping to the schools they missed. The biggest change of note is the breaking up of the Air Force and Colorado State rotation allowing for the Cowboys to host one of their two main conference rivals each and every season. This is good news and the Pokes will host the Border War for a second year in a row this fall.

 Here is what the rotation looks like for Wyoming:

2013

Home: Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, New Mexico

Away: Air Force, Boise State, San Jose State, Utah State

Missed: Nevada, San Diego State, UNLV

2014

Home: Air Force, Boise State, San Jose State, Utah State

Away: Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, New Mexico

Missed: Nevada, San Diego State, UNLV

2015

Home: Colorado State, Nevada, New Mexico, UNLV

Away: Air Force, Boise State, San Diego State, Utah State

Missed: Fresno State, Hawaii, San Jose State

2016

Home: Air Force, Boise State, San Diego State, Utah State

Away: Colorado State, Nevada, New Mexico, UNLV

Missed: Fresno State, Hawaii, San Jose State

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