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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming will host Oregon in Laramie this fall in a nonconference college football matchup.
The game is set for Sept. 16 and will be Oregon's first trip to War Memorial Stadium.
Wyoming's 2017 schedule, which was announced Thursday, also shows home games against Colorado State, New Mexico, Fresno State, Hawaii, Gardner-Webb and Texas State.
The schedule includes a rare seven home games. The only other seasons Wyoming has played a seven-game home schedule were in 1990 and 2008.
The Cowboys play on the road at Iowa, Utah, Boise State, Air Force and San Jose State.
The Cowboys are coming off a season that saw Wyoming capture the 2016 Mountain West Conference Mountain Division title and host San Diego State in the conference championship game.
Game dates are subject to change.
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