|1968 Wyoming Cowboys football|
|Conference||Western Athletic Conference|
|1968 record||7–3 (6–1 WAC)|
|Home stadium||War Memorial Stadium|
|1968 Western Athletic Conference football standings|
|Colorado State *||1||–||4||–||0||2||–||8||–||0|
The 1968 Wyoming Cowboys football team represented the University of Wyoming in the 1968 NCAA University Division football season. Led by seventh-year head coach Lloyd Eaton, they were members of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) and played their home games on campus at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.
The Cowboys had a record of 7–3, won a third consecutive WAC title, and outscored their opponents 242 to 118.
|September 14||at No. 14 Nebraska*||L 10–13|
|September 21||Utah State*||W 48–3|
|September 28||at Air Force*||No. 20||L 3–10|
|October 5||No. 14 Arizona State||W 27–13|
|October 12||at BYU||W 20–17|
|October 19||Utah||W 20–9|
|October 26||New Mexico||W 35–6|
|November 2||at Colorado State||W 46–14|
|November 16||at UTEP||No. 20||W 26–19|
|November 23||at Arizona||No. 20||L 7–14|
|1968 Wyoming Cowboys football team roster|
Three Cowboys were selected in the 1969 NFL/AFL Draft, the third common draft, which lasted seventeen rounds (442 selections).
|Gene Huey||Wide receiver||5||123||St. Louis Cardinals|
|Dave Hampton||Running back||9||220||Green Bay Packers|
|Dennis Devlin||Defensive back||10||240||New England Patriots|