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Wyoming Cowboys Unveil New Gold Alternate Football Jerseys

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The Wyoming football program recently unveiled new gold alternate jerseys that put the state and one of its most notable geographical features at the forefront of the design.

The gold jerseys prominently display a cursive “Wyoming” wordmark above western-style numbers, which have been a staple of the Cowboys’ look since 2016.

The sleeves, meanwhile, ditch classic Brashier stripes in favor of a mountain range that appears to be inspired by the Cathedral Group at Grand Teton National Park

Wyoming’s primary logo, known as “Steamboat,” also sits in front of the mountains, which are much more realistic than the stylized design the Denver Broncos unveiled last month.

The jerseys are complete with the state flag above the nameplate, which will also return to the Cowboys’ brown home and white road uniforms after an 10-year absence. 

It’s unclear when the new gold jerseys will make their debut, though it’s worth noting Wyoming has worn gold jerseys in each of its last three home openers, including last season’s thrilling win over Texas Tech.

If the mannequin is any indication, as well, they’ll be paired with the Cowboys’ standard white helmets and new brown pants, which haven’t been part of their uniform rotation since the 2011-13 seasons.