This weekend, Wyoming and Colorado State will renew their Border War football rivalry for the 108th time.

Since their first meeting in 1899, CSU leads the all-time series 58-44-5, including a current three game winning streak.

According to ESPN, the Rams are 6.5 point favorites heading into Saturday night's matchup in Fort Collins, which will be the final border war game ever held at Hughes Stadium.

To get you pumped up for the big game, let's travel back in time and relive some of the greatest moments in Border War history, starting with this 2014 Wyo Vision clip.

Although this video was prouduced by the Colorado Aggies YouTube channel, it features an outstanding look back at the series from  CSU's perspective.

The most memorable play in Border War history is showcased in this short film. The 1966 "Bounce Pass" helped CSU upset Wyoming, dealing the previously undefeated Cowboys their only loss of the season.

One interesting perspective on the Border War comes from former Wyoming star Eddie Yarbrough. Eddies knows both sides of the rivalry, having played for Wyoming after his uncle played for Colorado State.

One of the best parts of the Border War Rivalry is the Bronze Boot, a tradition that dates back to 1968, to honor Vietnam War Captain Dan Romero and the ROTC programs at both schools.