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New Mexico losing QB JaJuan Lawson as grad transfer

It appears there will be another option on the graduate transfer quarterback market.

Bob Davie confirmed earlier this week that JaJuan Lawson has decided to transfer from New Mexico and continue his collegiate playing career elsewhere. 158 more words

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Mountain West alters revenue distribution plan based on TV appearances, but Boise State keeps sweetheart deal

One of the more obscure remnants of the realignment era in college athletics is the way the Mountain West distributes television revenue. Most notably, Boise State was allowed to keep a certain slice of the pie (slightly less than $2 million) as part of the condition that they would stay in the league, then the rest of the remaining members would split what was left — with a catch. 236 more words

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A&M, UCLA both add New Mexico to future schedules

Texas A&M and UCLA announced Wednesday that their 2017 opener had been moved from Saturday to Sunday.  As it turns out, that wasn’t the only scheduling news connecting the two football programs. 187 more words

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Cameron Bairstow: An Australian Hero

By: Jack Henkels

Some of you might remember Cameron Bairstow as that guy with the long hair who played for Australia in the Olympics this year. 416 more words


Mountain West Admonishes New Mexico And CSU After Scuffle

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – New Mexico assistant coach Terrence Rencher has apologized for his role in a verbal confrontation with Colorado State forward Emmanuel Omogbo outside Moby Arena following Saturday’s game. 729 more words


Lobos Assistant Coach To CSU Player: 'Learn How To Lose, Boy'

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) – University of New Mexico assistant basketball coach Terrence Rencher got into a verbal altercation with Colorado State forward Emmanuel Omogbo outside the Moby Arena following the Lobos’ 84-71 win over the Rams on Saturday. 501 more words

CSU Falls To New Mexico 84-71

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) – Elijah Brown had 25 points with four 3-pointers, nine rebounds and seven assists, and New Mexico beat Colorado State 84-71 on Saturday to snap a three-game skid. 137 more words