New Mexico vs. Wyoming Online Live Stream, How To Watch

    New Mexico vs. Wyoming online live stream info and how to watch. The Lobos look to even their record with a win over the Cowboys on Saturday.

    September 24, 2015

    The New Mexico Lobos will travel to Laramie on Saturday to take on the Wyoming Cowboys in the first Mountain West Conference matchup of the season for both teams.

    After a blowout win over Mississippi Valley St. in Week 1, New Mexico has dropped its past two games against Tulsa and Arizona State. If they are going to reverse that trend, the Lobos will need another strong effort out of freshman Tyrone Owens, who scampered for a 65-yard score vs. Arizona State, the lone touchdown for New Mexico last week.

    The Cowboys (0-2) are still searching for their first win of the 2015 season, with a pair of losses to North Dakota (24-13) and Eastern Michigan (48-29). In a losing effort, sophomore RB Brian Hill ran for an eye-popping 242 yards on 21 carries and two touchdowns. It was the second 200-yard rushing game of Hill’s young career.

    The two teams have met 67 times previously, with Wyoming owning a slim 35-32 advantage in the series. New Mexico won the last meeting to end a three-game Cowboy win streak.

    Below is everything you need to know about the New Mexico vs. Wyoming online live stream and game broadcast.

    How To Watch New Mexico vs. Wyoming

    • Venue: War Memorial Stadium (Laramie, WY)
    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Kickoff Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
    • New Mexico vs. Wyoming Online Live Stream: Mountain West on Campus Insiders

    Game Notes

    • Overall, four of the last five games have been decided by a seven points or less, including last years’ 36-30 Lobo win that saw UNM post a goal line stand in the final minute for the win.
    • Wyoming sophomore running back Brian Hill leads the Mountain West in rushing yards in 2015 and ranks No. 9 in the nation. Hill is averaging 137.3 yards per game.
    • Wyoming Senior defensive end Eddie Yarbrough recorded 2.0 sacks and tackles for loss last week at Washington State to move into second place on the Wyoming Career Tackle for Loss list. Yarbrough enters this week with 32.0 tackles for loss for his career. He is chasing John Fletcher, who had 36.0 tackles for loss during his Wyoming career, for first place.

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