BC Lions’ defensive back Korey Banks was running at full speed, covering a Saskatchewan Rough Rider in Saskatoon in Canadian Football League action. From his efforts, we learn that goalposts are just as hard in Canada as they are in the United States. Banks was “okay” after the collision.
From UTEPAthletics.com, here’s the post-game breakdown of UTEP’s 52-24 loss to No. 18 South Florida. Third-string QB Carson Meger did solid work despite not getting the starter’s reps in practice. That the Miners hung around for a lot longer than everyone expected was a good thing, though poor tackling in the first half gave USF all the lead it would need.
It’s High Noon in the Big XII. Go on, Texas. Keep staring down the school at the other end of Main Street.
The sun beats down as you feel the sweat roll into the corner of your eye. Pockets of dust swirl in a breeze like the Devil’s kicking dirt as you feel your iron hanging heavy, slung low on your right hip.
Monday Night Football was good for the NY Giants last night, as the G-Men beat the St. Louis Rams, 28-16. It was not so good for some nameless guy who got spiked in the face after Michael Boley’s fumble scoop and score!
Promised I’d put this up, so here it is. This is the Aggies’ helmet this season, and those are my Dad’s initials on it.
Props go to NMSU head football coach, DeWayne Walker, to the Aggies football office, Assistant AD for Media Relations, Tyler Dunkel, and his staff, and Athletic Director, Dr. McKinley Boston, for this.
As we ready for the Sonic (TM) Battle of I-10, have you Miners fans ever wondered what the words are to the UTEP fight song? We get the feeling after watching this video that maybe some of the Miners might not, either.
The NMSU Aggies are flying high coming off their 28-21 win at Minnesota and facing their I-10 rivals, UTEP. The Miners lost their starting quarterback, Nick Lamaison, not to mention the game at SMU, 28-17.
Though this is junior WR Kemonte’ Bateman’s first Sonic Battle of I-10, he’s being familiarized to the rivalry through an old JuCo rival of his own, Miners senior DB Travaun Nixon.
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