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Headed into his first game as the new Head Coach of New Mexico State University, Doug Martin had a few insights as his squad heads to Austin this weekend to face the Texas Longhorns as a massive underdog. Not leaving empty handed, the Aggies will make $950,000 for the game.
Speaking to Teddy Feinburg of the Las Cruces Sun News, Martin spoke on Texas: “They’re ranked 15th in the country and they probably should be higher, The speed of the game will be fast in the beginning, and I expect them to come out and play really well and play with a lot of pride. A lot of eyes will be on them this year, and I’m sure they’ll be ready.”
During a media session with local outlets, Martin said he wanted his team to find an identity: “That’s what I’m really looking for in this game,” per Feinburg. “I don’t care if we’re playing Texas, the Green Bay Packers or UTEP. We’ve got to look the same every Saturday. I want us to play with great speed, great int
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