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2016 Schedule
1-2, 3rd in MW - Mountain
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Breaking down Rutgers' 37-28 win over New Mexico (1:39)
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Punt Return Gives Rutgers The Lead

Janarion Grant returned a New Mexico punt 69 yards to give Rutgers its first lead of the game. The Knights lead 28-21 at the half.

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Offensive trickery pays off for Rutgers (0:37)

Watch: New Mexico at Rutgers

ESPN's Football Power Index gives Rutgers a 72.8 percent chance to improve to 2-1 with a win over New Mexico. The Scarlet Knights need momentum before opening Big Ten play next week against No. 13 Iowa. Live on ESPNEWS/WatchESPN

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NM State takes a 4th Qtr lead (0:32)
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How did he do that?

New Mexico State punter Peyton Theisler avoids calamity chasing down a low snap and somehow booming a punt from his end zone. It's certainly better than taking a safety or being tackled for a New Mexico TD.

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Jaguars, take a bow for not bowing

South Alabama's one-point win at Mississippi State last Saturday was the biggest upset of the past five seasons in terms of a team's FPI percentage to win at kickoff. Four of the top five such surprises were pulled off by lower-division schools.

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New Mexico cruises past South Dakota 48-21

Teriyon Gipson scored on the first play from scrimmage and New Mexico continued to pile up yards and points against South Dakota in a 48-21 victory on Thursday night.

Pre-kickoff bowl pick for Lobos

New Mexico opens against South Dakota (Thurs., 9 p.m. ET) with aspirations of making a bowl game. Brett McMurphy projects the Lobos to play on Boise, Idaho's famous blue turf. Bowl projections

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Sources: Big 12 to talk expansion with at least 20

Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby will conduct video conferences with at least 18 schools that have contacted the league about being considered as expansion candidates.

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MWC confidential: Coaches unload on league

How do Mountain West coaches think the 2016 season will play out? Coaches dish on why Boise State's Brett Rypien is a superstar and Nevada's running back, James Butler, is impossible to tackle.

Team Stats

Passing Yards157.0116th
Rushing Yards314.06th
Points For35.750th
Points Against30.0Tied-84th