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University of Wyoming running back Xazavian Valladay dives for the end zone during the game against New Mexico on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019, at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. The Cowboys won the game 23-10. Michael Cummo/Wyoming Tribune Eagle

LARAMIE — With a 23-10 victory over New Mexico Saturday, Wyoming (5-2 overall, 2-1 Mountain West) crept closer to bowl eligibility. To be bowl eligible, a team must have at least as many regular season wins as it does losses; only one win against a Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) team can count toward that total.  

A season ago, the Cowboys finished 6-6 but were not invited to a bowl. The Pokes played in the Poinsettia Bowl and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl in 2016 and 2017, respectively.

Wyoming has played in a total of 15 bowl games.

With five games remaining in its regular season slate, Wyoming is one win away from being bowl eligible. Every Sunday, sports publications create new bowl projections, listing potential participants in all 40 bowls. Here is a list of where the Cowboys are projected to play.

ESPN:

Cure BowlWyoming vs. Arkansas State (Dec. 21) or 

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Wyoming vs. Central Michigan (Jan. 3)

CBS Sports:

Cheez-it Bowl:Wyoming vs. Kansas State (Dec. 27)

247Sports:

Arizona Bowl: Wyoming vs. Georgia State (Dec. 31)

Action Network

Arizona Bowl: Wyoming vs. Georgia State (Dec. 31)

Sporting News:

Not projected to play in bowl game

College Football News

Arizona Bowl: Wyoming vs. Arkansas State (Dec. 31)

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