2012 NCAA Final Four Magazine

The Cowboy with a Jump Shot. Former Wyoming All-American Kenny Sailors led the Cowboys to the 1943 NCAA title. The 91 year old Sailors is a fixture at Wyoming men’s and women’s games at Arena-Auditorium.

ABC News: Today in Pictures: July 27, 2012

Les Shepperson, of Midwest, Wyo. competes in steer wrestling, July, 26, 2012, during the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne. Wyo.

SI.com: Photo of the Week

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Shaun Marcum makes a diving, off-balance throw to first base to nail Colorado Rockies outfielder Dexter Fowler in one of the best defensive plays of the week.

New American, August, 2011

Obama: What He Said & What He Did.

NBCSports.com: Week in Sports Pictures

Laramie Rangers catcher Jon Sorenson makes a diving catch on a foul ball. The Rangers were playing Northridge, Colo. during round one of the Firecracker Invitational Thursday at Cowboy Field in Laramie, Wyo.

Washingtonpost.com: Day in Photos, Sept. 10, 2009

Sept. 10th: Former Vice President Dick Cheney waves to a crowd of onlookers after a dedication ceremony for The Cheney International Center on the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie.

WashingtonPost.com: Day in Photos, July 22, 2009

July 22nd: The USAF Thunderbirds fly in formation over an air show at
Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyo.

Sports Illustrated: Leading Off, Aug. 3, 2009

Power Steering: Dan Barner of Hershey, Neb., improvised a one-armed, one-handed technique-without losing his hat-during the steer wrestling competition at the Cheyenne Frontier Days outdoor rodeo and Western celebration on July 20 in Wyoming. Barner got down and dusty but did not finish among the top steer wrestlers.

Sports Illustrated: Leading Off, August 6, 2007

Hornery: Travis Muir of Pierce, Colo., fought to keep his grip and his footing in the slop during the steer wrestling competition at a Frontier Days celebration last Saturday in Cheyenne, Wyo. Muddied but unbroken was Clint Knutson (inset).

Sooner Spectator Magazine

Top Shelf: Austin Box – Enid standout and state’s top recruit anxious to live his dream of playing for Oklahoma.