The University of New Mexico football team announced the addition of Dillon Sanders as an assistant coach on Monday. Sanders was most recently with the University of Kentucky Wildcats for three seasons as football quality control assistant and defensive graduate assistant working with linebackers. Continue reading “Lobo football adds Dillon Sanders as assistant coach”
The University of New Mexico football team could soon be represented in the National Football Association by three more players: D’Angelo Ross, Jalin Burrell and Delane Hart-Johnson.
They will be joining Byron Bell (free agent most recently with the Green Bay Packers), Glover Quin (free agent most recently with the Detroits Lions), Corey Bojorquez (Buffalo Bills) and Jason Sanders (Miami Dolphins). Continue reading “Three Lobos get a shot at the NFL”
The University of New Mexico Director of Athletics Eddie Nuñez released a statement on Friday evening saying football coach Bob Davie was not going anywhere. The team finished the year 3-9 for the second straight season and Nuñez had remained quiet about the future of the coach. Continue reading “Eddie Nuñez gives statement on the future of Bob Davie”
Head coach Bob Davie and the Lobos host the Wyoming Cowboys for the last game of the 2018 season on Saturday at 12:30pm.
The series began in 1930 and it’s now a tight one with the Cowboys holding a slight 36-34 lead. Continue reading “Lobo football hosts Wyoming for season finale”
On Tuesday, KOB reported that University of New Mexico senior linebacker Evahelotu Tohi has been suspended from the team due to his involvement in a fight over the weekend.
ONLY ON 4: @UNMLoboFB confirms linebacker Evahelotu Tohi suspended from all team activities after incident over the weekend involving a teammate. Our sources tell us that incident was a violent fight… and the other player is in a local hospital tonight. @KOB4
— Tessa Mentus (@TessaMentus) October 31, 2018