Wyoming's football game against Louisiana next season is official.
The school has announced a home-and-home series with Louisiana that will begin with a matchup on Sept. 12, 2020 in Lafayette, Louisiana. The Ragin' Cajuns will make the return trip to Laramie in 2026.
UW athletic director Tom Burman told the Star-Tribune last week the schools were working to finalize a contract that would help round out Wyoming's non-conferenc schedule next season. The Cowboys were originally scheduled to play Big 12 member Texas Tech next season, but that game has been postponed until the 2028 season.
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Wyoming and Louisiana (formerly Louisiana-Lafayette) have met just once in their history with the Cowboys notching a 28-15 win on Sept. 14, 1991. Louisiana won the Sun Belt West Division title last season to earn a spot in the first-ever Sun Belt championship game.
Wyoming will also host Pac-12 member Utah and Weber State and travel to Ball State in the non-conference next season.