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WYOMING 35, COLORADO ST 28

11/1/2003

LARAMIE, Wyoming (Ticker) -- Casey Bramlett threw for 337
yards and two touchdowns, including a tiebreaking 53-yard score
to Malcom Floyd with 10:17 remaining, as Wyoming rallied for a
35-28 Mountain West Conference victory over Colorado State.

Bramlett completed 23-of-36 passes in a driving snowstorm,
leading the Cowboys to their first home win over Colorado State
since 1991.

Derek Armah rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries
for Wyoming (4-5, 2-2), which snapped a four-game overall
losing streak against the Rams.

Floyd finished with seven receptions for 153 yards for the
Cowboys, who rallied from a 21-14 halfime deficit.

Bradlee Van Pelt completed 17-of-28 passes for 205 yards and a
score for Colorado State (5-4, 2-2). He also rushed for 156
yards and two first-half touchdowns.

Chris Pittman had nine catches for 109 yards for Colorado State,
which had a three-game winning streak snapped.

Wyoming grabbed a 28-21 lead in the third quarter on one-yard TD
runs by Bramlett and Armah. Colorado State tied it on on Van
Pelt's 14-yard TD pass to Dustin Osborn with 12:27 left.

Wyoming cut Colorado State's lead in the all-time series to
51-39-5.