The 2015 college football season is finally here. Saturday afternoon, the Wyoming Cowboys will take on the University of North Dakota.

The Pokes will finally get some answers to numerous questions. It's no secret that this is a young football team with only eight seniors on the roster. In fact, only one other FBS team, Wake Forest, has fewer seniors.

Wyoming head football coach Craig Bohl knows he's got a young team, but feels good about how they've come together after fall camp. Bohl says they're healthy for the opener, and while they're young, they've spend a lot of time advising this youthful group on what's ahead.

Saturday will be the first ever meeting between the Cowboys and UND.

The Cowboys have won 80 percent of their games against opponents from the Big Sky Conference. They are also 11-1 against teams from the FCS level.

In season openers at home, Wyoming has won over 76 percent of its games. Their record is 56-17-1. The Pokes have won 11 of their last 12 home debuts, as well.

Kick-off is at 2 p.m. from War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.

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