The Wyoming Cowboys have been chosen to finish fourth in the Mountain Division of the Mountain West Conference during the 2014 football season.

Wyoming finished with 90 points in poll of media members.

For a second straight year, Boise State was predicted to win the 2014 Mountain Division title, while 2013 MW Champion Fresno State was chosen to finish atop the West Division, announced today by the Mountain West at its annual Media Days, being held at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

This marks the second season of divisional play for the Conference, which moved to the two, six-team divisional format in 2013. The two divisional winners will meet in the MW Championship Game on Dec. 6, 2014 at the home stadium of the divisional champion with the highest College Football Playoff Committee ranking.

For more on the MW pre-season poll, you can click here.

2014 MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH

MOUNTAIN DIVISION

Rank   Team (first-place votes)       Points

1.         Boise State (20)                        183

2.         Utah State (12)                          176

3.         Colorado State (1)                      135

4.         Wyoming                                   90

5.         New Mexico                                56

6.         Air Force                                     53

WEST DIVISION

Rank   Team (first-place votes)       Points
1.         Fresno State (15)                      174

2.         San Diego State (15)                 172

3.         Nevada (3)                                130

4.         UNLV                                        95

5.         San José State                          87

6.         Hawai‘i                                      35