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Fresno State punches in a 1-yard score (0:25)
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Cozart powers it in for 6 (0:40)
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Allen leaps over line for TD (0:21)
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Erin Snyder ESPN 

In case you missed it...New Mexico Head Coach Bob Davie went 40 yards with Molly McGrath before the Colorado State game.

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Colorado State holds on to beat New Mexico (1:35)
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Bobo: 'I'm so proud of our guys' after win over New Mexico State (0:58)
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Rams recover Lobos' fumble (0:37)
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Air Force wins on FG as time expires (0:49)
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Henley snags the sweet one-handed touchdown (0:35)
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Worthman's TD run gives Air Force the lead (0:19)
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Bobo feeling confident going into halftime (0:35)
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Rams' Matthews leaps into end zone for TD (0:19)
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Johnson wins jump ball in end zone for Colorado State TD (0:25)
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Rams' Stevens fools defense with pump fake, finds Fackrell for TD (0:18)
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Nevada pulls off the double pass for a touchdown (0:48)
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Erin Snyder ESPN 

Tune in to ESPN2 Friday night to find out what New Mexico Head Coach Bob Davie had to say when he went 40 yards with Molly McGrath!

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Mean Green lead Week 7's most improbable comebacks

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Barrett stood above the rest in Week 7

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

S Trey Lomax wasn't happy with tonight's 31-14 loss to Boise State but he was proud to see such a big crowd turn out for the Aztecs. Attendance was 49,053 and about 30 of those fans waited and crowded around the team as it filed into the tunnel after the game