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The NCAA has handed down a show-cause order to former Alabama assistant and current Texas-San Antonio defensive line coach Bo Davis, prohibiting him from recruiting off campus until April 2019.
New Mexico rushes for 219 yards in a victory over Texas-San Antonio on the Lobos' home field in the New Mexico Bowl
Richard McQuarley ran for two short touchdowns and New Mexico posted its second bowl victory in a half-century, topping Texas-San Antonio 23-20 Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl.
New Mexico's long drive pads lead
Richard McQuarley's second TD gives the Lobos a 23-13 lead late in the fourth quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The Lobos used up more than seven minutes on the 12-play drive.
Roadrunners cut into deficit
UTSA QB Dalton Sturm connects with Trevor Stevens for a 16-yard TD. The Roadrunners trail New Mexico 16-13 in the fourth quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.
New Mexico extends lead over UTSA
Teriyon Gipson goes straight up the middle for a 10-yard TD run, giving the Lobos a 16-6 lead over UTSA in the third quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.
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With New Mexico passing on its final offensive play of the first half, the Lobos matched Baylor from last season for the most consecutive rushes to begin a bowl game since 2005, with 23.
New Mexico boots 52-yard field goal
Jason Sanders makes a career-long field goal as the clock expires in the second quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The Lobos lead UTSA 10-6 at halftime.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
How about New Mexico kicker Jason Sanders, nailing a career-long, 52-yard field goal into a stiff wind at the end of the first half in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl? Impressive. Lobos lead UTSA 10-6 in Albuquerque.