Wyoming’s Larry Shyatt celebrates rivalry win by dancing on the state border

Wyoming head coach Larry Shyatt and his Cowboys have won five straight over rival Colorado State.
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The rivalry between Colorado State and Wyoming is called the Border War, as the Laramie campus is only 65 miles from Fort Collins, Colorado.

Following Saturday’s 84-66 win over the Rams, Wyoming head coach Larry Shyatt celebrated by dancing on the Wyoming-Colorado border.

It hasn’t been a banner year for the Cowboys, the reigning Mountain West champions, but they did sweep the season series with the Rams this season. Wyoming has defeated Colorado State five straight times. 

Josh Adams, who ranks sixth in the nation in scoring, posted 37 points in the 225th meeting between the Cowboys and Rams. Jason McManamen added 20 points. John Gillon scored 17 points in a losing effort for the Rams.

(h/t College Basketball Talk)

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