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The New Mexico Lobos men's hoops team visits Tempe for the first time since Dec. 5, 1995 when the Sun Devils host UNM at 6:30 p.m. at Ned Wulk Court.
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The New Mexico Lobos set the bar over the last few years for the worst football in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Mike Locksley went 2-26 over the two and a half years that he was at the helm of the Lobos. Locksley had it rough on and off the field while he was at New Mexico. Physical altercations with coaches, minors getting DWIs in his car, it wasn't good. When New...
Former Notre Dame head coach and college football analyst Bob Davie will be named the new head coach of the New Mexico Lobos, according to espn.com’s Joe Schad.
The position will mark the first time Davie has coached football in the collegiate ranks since he was released by Notre Dame ten years ago in 2001.
Raised in Western Pennsylvania, Davie attended Youngstown State University...
New Mexico lost only one starter from last year's team that surged late, had the look of a team that deserved to be in the NCAA tournament by March, but just didn't have the résumé.
That, of course, led to grand expectations seven months later.
Facing its first true test in the post-Dairese Gary era on Wednesday night, the Lobos showed that that one vacancy might be tougher...
Former Golden Domer Bob Davie has been hired by the University of New Mexico Lobos.
Bob Davie, the New Mexico Lobos' new head football coach, has a strong background of defense, academics and fundamental, smash-mouth fooball. He will be introduced Thursday as the Lobos new leader.
The great thing about November basketball ... you never have to dwell too long after a loss. That is most certainly the case with the University of New Mexico Lobos. After a disappointing 62-53 loss to New Mexico State in The Pit, the Lobos get a chance to cleanse the palette so to speak as the cherry and silver take on the Arizona State Sun Devils.
The New Mexico Lobos lost Round One in their rivalry with New Mexico State as the massive Aggies turned up the defensive pressure to hold UNM to 19 percent shooting in the second half. NMSU won 62-53.
The New Mexico Lobos are heading toward a cold greeting in Laramie where UNM is looking for its second straight win and the Wyoming Cowboys are looking to become bowl eligible for the 2011 postseason.