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Lobos look to avoid 3rd straight loss at Wyoming

Lee Faria
October 22, 2017 05:33 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The University of New Mexico Lobos will take a sub-.500 record on the road Saturday to do battle with the Wyoming Cowboys, as UNM tries to stop the bleeding after falling to both Fresno State and Colorado State.

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In the second half of Friday’s game against the Rams, the Lobos held CSU to two field goals, but that was after giving up 21 points in the second quarter.

UNM head coach Bob Davie knows the Lobos (3-4) have to win six games to be bowl-eligible, and his defense will play a big role as winning the Mountain Division is out of the question.

“This has been a remarkable away schedule this year, so that will continue,” Davie said. “We’ll go to Wyoming next week, I think that’s a 5:30 game, and then we get Utah State at home.”

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