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Can The Miners Rebound After a Bad Loss to Army?
To sum up Army's 66-14 blowout, the Black Knights did whatever they wanted and got most of the applause in UTEP's house on a memorable Saturday the Miners will want to forget.
It was a beautiful afternoon for a football game. Nearly 38,000 were in the Sun Bowl to watch the West Pointers and UTEP on a…
Kugler Gets to the Heart of the Matter After UTEP Loss
The loss was like the wind that swirled around the Sun Bowl Saturday. It cut and stung and numbed.
UTEP deserved to beat Conference USA West Division-leading LA Tech, but the game can be as cold as November's empty aluminum bleachers. In a game rife with statistics, there are none …
Is UTEP Finally Finding Answers to Some Hard Questions?
Clutch when it counted, the UTEP Miners shut down a pesky Florida Atlantic team and won a game it should win Saturday night in the Sun Bowl, 27-17. Maybe more importantly, the Miners finally found answers to some hard questions.
Can Mack Leftwich throw the football...
Why Is My Neighbor Looking for Steve Sarkisian?
I was listening in on my neighbor, Fred, as he was making a phone call in his back yard yesterday.
Not listening by choice, mind you. At least not at first. Fred's voice was drowning out my weed-whacker.
"Hallo, is this the Orange County Rehab Center...
UTSA Doesn’t Think So, But Is UTEP It’s Biggest Rival?
Before UTSA's first-ever Conference USA game against UTEP in the Sun Bowl two years ago, the former KVIA-TV sports director had been talking with Roadrunners' officials about what I had thought would be -- should be -- a burgeoning rivalry between the two UT System schools.

Wildman said t…
Should Ryan Metz Be UTEP’s Starting QB?
Time spoils magic. The miraculous becomes illusion. The big moments get cut down to size. Give us hindsight; we’ll pick anything apart and, inevitably, discover the holes. It’s human nature.
But what if we already knew where the holes were and something special still happened...

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