EL PASO, Texas -- Josh Adkins hit Royce Caldwell on a 53-yard scoring strike late in the third quarter to give New Mexico State the cushion it needed to beat UTEP 27-20 in the Battle of I-10 on Saturday night.
New Mexico State (1-4) grabbed its first win of the season and administered the 16th straight loss to the Miners. It is the longest active losing streak in the Football Bowl Subdivision. The Miners last won when they beat North Texas 52-24 in the final game of 2016.
Caldwell's TD gave the Aggies a 24-17 lead with 2:46 left in the third. UTEP closed to 24-20 following Jason Filley's 34-yard field goal. Dylan Brown answered with a 22-yarder of his own for the final score.
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