|Wyoming Cowboys football|
|2019 Wyoming Cowboys|
|Athletic director||Tom Burman|
|Head coach||Craig Bohl|
|6th year, 34–38 ()|
|Home stadium||War Memorial Stadium (Wyoming)|
|Stadium surface||Artificial turf|
|Location||Laramie, Wyoming, U.S.|
|All-time record||538–577–28 (.483)|
|Postseason bowl record||7–8 (.467)|
|Rivalries|| Colorado State Rams (rivalry)|
Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors (rivalry)
Utah State Aggies (rivalry)
|Consensus All-Americans||Template:American college football All-Americans|
|Colors||Brown, Gold, and White
|Fight song||Ragtime Cowboy Joe|
|Marching band||Western Thunder|
The Cowboy football program has been among the most notable of "stepping stone" programs due to the success of its former coaches. Coaches such as Bowden Wyatt, Bob Devaney, Fred Akers, Pat Dye, Dennis Erickson and Joe Tiller were at Wyoming immediately prior to gaining notoriety at bigger football powerhouses.
- Main article: Border War (Colorado State–Wyoming rivalry)
The Bronze Boot is awarded to the winner of the college football game between Wyoming and Colorado State , in nearby Fort Collins. The annual game has evolved into one of the most bitterly contested rivalries in college football. The teams have waged the "Border War" one hundred times since the schools began playing in 1899, playing every year except 1901, 1902, 1906, 1907, 1918, 1924, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1943, 1944, and 1945. This is one of the oldest interstate rivalries west of the Mississippi River, and the oldest west of Lawrence, Kansas. The series is the oldest rivalry for both schools and the "Border War" has been played in three different centuries.
- Main article: Hawaii–Wyoming football rivalry
The Paniolo Trophy is awarded to the winner of the college football games played between Wyoming and Hawai'i. This rivalry started in 1979 when Hawai'i joined the WAC conference and was played annually until 1997, shortly before Wyoming joined the newly formed Mountain West Conference. Hawai'i joined the MWC as a football-only affiliate member in 2012, renewing the rivalry.
- Main article: Utah State–Wyoming football rivalry
Bridger's Battle is the name for the college football games played between Wyoming and Utah State, the winner of which is awarded the trophy of the rivalry, a .50 caliber Rocky Mountain Hawken rifle. The rivalry started in 1903, and renewed as an annual game in 2013 when Utah State joined the Mountain West Conference.