The University of Wyoming Cowboys football team (3-2, 1-0) would problably had a better day had they not gone to Michigan. The Pokes ran into a buzz saw as the Michigan State's record-setting offense was at it again in a 56-14 rout of Wyoming on Saturday in its final tuneup before the Big Ten season. The Pokes were no match for the Wolverines. Jeremy Langford rushed for 137 of the No. 9 Spartans' 533 total yards and his 3-1 team completed its most explosive prolific four games in school history with a 50.3-point average. Junior running back Shaun Wick finished with 85 yards rushing and one touchdown. Quarterback wise Senior quarterback Colby Kirkegaard threw for 188 yards and one TD, but the MSU defense limited Wyoming to just two scores all day. Wick's 57-yard touchdown gallop drew UW to within one score at 14-7 early in the first quarter, but the Pokes couldn't overcome six-straight scoring drives from MSU in the first half. UW will be off this weekend and will hit the road for the next contest, an Oct. 11 matchup at Mountain West foe Hawai'i.