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Davie: Turnovers will be key against the Aggies

Lee Faria
September 13, 2018 09:08 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Lobos will try to end a 2-game losing streak against the New Mexico State Aggies Saturday.

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Coach Bob Davie said turnovers were key in both loses.

“Last year, they beat us by two points. It was 30-to-5 going into the fourth quarter. We came roaring back, scored 23, tried two two-point conversions, made one of them, turned the ball over 4 times. I think so, we have turned the ball over 6 times against them,” Davie said.

The Aggies take a lot of pride in the wins over the Lobos.

But the Aggies haven't come close to winning a game this season, being outscored by 100 points in 3 games.

However, the players are hanging their hats on a win over the Lobos and a win over the UTEP. Many of them believe if they can win those two games, it's a successful season.

“The Lobos and UTEP are the biggest rival games. Whenever we win those two games, it's like we have a winning season,” said NMSU running back Jason Huntley.

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