Laramie in late summer is beautiful, so we’ve heard. Probably will be in 13 years, too.
The Arizona Wildcats announced Wednesday a home-and-home football series with the Wyoming Cowboys in the 2030 and 2033 seasons. Arizona will host the Cowboys on Sept. 14, 2030 and make a return trip to War Memorial Stadium—which is at the highest elevation of any FBS football field—in Laramie, Wyo. on Sept. 17, 2033.
It will be the first time the UA has faced Wyoming in football since 1977, when both were members of the Western Athletic Conference. Arizona is 12-10 all-time against the Cowboys.
Arizona also confirmed the addition of Weber State to the 2025 schedule, with the game set for Sept. 6 in Tucson. That game was first reported Monday.
Here’s a look at Arizona’s scheduled nonconference games, not including the three that have been canceled for this fall:
2021: BYU (in Las Vegas), San Diego State, Northern Arizona
2022: at San Diego State, Mississippi State, North Dakota State
2023: NAU, at Mississippi State, UTEP
2024: NAU, at Kansas State
2025: at Hawaii, Weber State, Kansas State
2026: NAU, at BYU
2027: at Colorado State, BYU, NAU
2028: Colorado State, at Nebraska
2029: Virginia Tech
2030: at Virginia Tech, Wyoming
2032: at Alabama
2033: Alabama, at Wyoming