New Mexico linebacker gets suspended

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.

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Fresno State comes out as top dog against New Mexico

Fresno State became bowl eligible after defeating New Mexico 38-7 on Saturday night. Isaiah Smith/The Lobo Lair
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The Lobos suffered a 38-7 loss to Fresno State on Saturday night. This result meant bowl eligibility for the Bulldogs, while it dropped New Mexico into a losing record. Continue reading “Fresno State comes out as top dog against New Mexico”

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Last-second field goal puts CSU ahead of Lobos

Despite a good second-half effort, the Lobos fell to CSU for the ninth time in a row. Courtesy of UNM Athletics
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The Colorado State Rams pulled off their ninth straight win against the New Mexico Lobos on Saturday afternoon with a last-second field goal. After the 20-18 result, the Lobos are now 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the Mountain West Conference. The Rams are 3-4, 2-1 MW. Continue reading “Last-second field goal puts CSU ahead of Lobos”

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Lobos win big in Las Vegas

New Mexico opened Mountain West play with a 50-14 win over UNLV. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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The Lobos didn’t need luck for a big win in Las Vegas, as they opened conference play with a 50-14 victory over the UNLV Rebels on Saturday. The overall series is now tied at 12-12. New Mexico improves its overall record to 3-2, while UNLV falls to 2-3. Continue reading “Lobos win big in Las Vegas”

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Comeback comes up short in 52-43 loss for Lobos

Liberty broke New Mexico’s three-game winning streak in homecoming games. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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It was almost a comeback, but the word “almost” doesn’t matter at the end of the day.

The Lobo defense struggled on Saturday evening in a 52-43 loss to the Liberty Flames during the New Mexico homecoming game. Prior to this, the Lobos had won three straight homecoming games. Continue reading “Comeback comes up short in 52-43 loss for Lobos”

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New Mexico hosts Liberty for Homecoming game

New Mexico has won three straight homecoming games in a row. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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The University of New Mexico is hosting the Liberty Flames on Saturday afternoon for homecoming week. While the Flames are looking to snap a two-game losing streak, the Lobos are looking for their fourth straight win in a homecoming game.

New Mexico is currently 2-1, with the only loss happening at Wisconsin, who was the No. 5 team in the nation. The Lobos opened the week as a seven-point favorite over Liberty (1-2). If they can pull off a victory, this will be only the 11th time since 1955 that UNM starts with a 3-1 record or better. Continue reading “New Mexico hosts Liberty for Homecoming game”

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Football: Hayes MW Defensive Player of the Week

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The Mountain West announced that University of New Mexico safety Marcus Hayes had been named Defensive Player of the Week on Monday morning.

Hayes, a redshirt freshman, is the first Lobo football player to receive this honor during the 2018 season. He earned it after his performance during UNM’s 42-25 victory over the New Mexico State Aggies on Saturday. The Lobos intercepted a total of five passes that night, with Hayes being responsible for two of them. Continue reading “Football: Hayes MW Defensive Player of the Week”

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Lobos take Rio Grande Rivalry 42-25

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The University of New Mexico Lobos took down their rivals from the south 42-25 on Saturday night for the battle of the Rio Grande at Las Cruces. New Mexico State was coming in with back-to-back wins in the last two meetings with UNM, but the Lobos broke the streak and now return to the 505 with a winning record of 2-1. The Aggies are now at 0-4. Continue reading “Lobos take Rio Grande Rivalry 42-25”

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Red Rally

Red Rally happens every year on the Thursday before the Rio Grande Rivalry game. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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Like every year, the burning of a 25-foot tall Aggie took place the Thursday before the Rio Grande Rivalry/Battle of I-25 football game between the University of New Mexico and New Mexico State.  Continue reading “Red Rally”

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