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Who’s Running Point?

Turnovers are terrible for point guards and tough on rosters. Heading into his second year as head coach at New Mexico, Paul Weir has a roster full of turnover and one glaring question in the backcourt. Who is their starting point guard? “If there’s a position on our roster that is going to be something…MORE

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  • Fantasy Football: How to choose a flex player
    How to Choose a Flex Player This is the inaugural Daily Lobo Fantasy Football segment. There is certainly some desire to make the obvious suggestions; start Todd Gurley, start Adam Thielen, sit Nathan Peterman.
  • NM Attorney General seizes Paul Krebs' credit card records
    The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office has seized the credit card records of former UNM Athletic Director Paul Krebs in search of evidence of money laundering, fraud and embezzlement. The news was first reported by Jessica Dyer of the Albuquerque Journal. This is part of an ongoing investigation into finances at UNM that was started […]
  • Cross Country: New Mexico returns to Wisconsin for Pre-National meet
    The University of New Mexico cross country team traveled to Wisconsin just two weeks ago, but will make a return trip to compete again in Madison at the Wisconsin Pre-Nationals on Friday. Zimmer Championship Course was kind to the New Mexico women, who placed three runners in the top-10 en route to a third-place finish […]
  • Men’s basketball: Lobos slated to finish third in Mountain West
    Heading into Paul Weir’s second season in charge the University of New Mexico men’s basketball team, the Lobos have been slated to finish third in the Mountain West for the upcoming season, the conference announced on Tuesday. Nevada, who’s expected to have a national ranking this season, was picked to win the conference title. San […]
  • Cross Country: Women place first, men 12th at Wisconsin Pre-Nationals
    Things are often better the second time around. That was the case for the University of New Mexico cross country team after seeing Zimmer Championship Course in Madison, Wisconsin for a second time in three weeks when it competed in the 2018 Wisconsin Pre-Nationals. The UNM men turned in a 12th place performance — 14 […]
  • Men's Soccer: No spring season for team
    The University of New Mexico men's soccer team found out last week that their upcoming spring season was no longer — or maybe never was — in the plans after it was informed by the athletic department of the decision. In August, the University of New Mexico Board of Regents voted to eliminate men's soccer […]
  • Hockey: Lobos dominate Red Raiders 30-3 over two-game stretch
    The University of New Mexico Lobo hockey team delivered a dominating two-game performance over the Texas Tech Red Raiders at the Outpost Ice Arena, outscoring its opponent 30-3 over the weekend. New Mexico improved to 5-2-1 overall on the season after a 19-2 victory on Friday night — a game in which the Lobos scored […]
  • Football: Lobos lose nail-biter to Colorado State
    FORT COLLINS, CO — An opportunity to spoil Homecoming and break an eight-game losing streak, squandered. The University of New Mexico (3-3, 1-1 Mountain West) had an 18-17 lead with just over two minutes remaining in the game, but the two minute offense and a second chance for field goal kicker Wyatt Bryan gave the […]
  • Football: UNM heads to Fort Collins to take on Colorado State
    Developing off a dominant performance at UNLV last weekend, the University of New Mexico Lobos will hit the road again to take on the Colorado State Rams on Saturday afternoon. UNM, however, has not defeated CSU since 2009. The Lobos (3-2, 1-0 Mountain West), behind a stellar performance from junior QB Sheriron Jones and their […]
  • Volleyball: Lobos prepare for Cali roadtrip
    Coming off back-to-back victories over the University of Nevada and San José State, the UNM volleyball team takes on San Diego State in California on Thursday. The team is currently first in the Mountain West Conference, standing with a 5-1 conference record. Lauren Twitty, an outside hitter for the Lobos, is currently in the top […]


Serena Williams’ coach: allow on-court coaching

Serena Williams’ coach: allow on-court coaching

(CNN) – Patrick Mouratoglou, the coach at the center of Serena Williams’ controversial US Open defeat, says coaching should be allowed at all tennis tournaments to make it more exciting on television