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UTEP Football Wraps Up Camp Ruidoso on the Right Foot
RUIDOSO, N.M. —The UTEP football team spent its final morning at Camp Ruidoso with position drills and a 47-play scrimmage to help put all the final touches in anticipation for the season to start.
The defense came up big at today's scrimmage, forcing three-and-outs, deflecting passes, sto…
UTEP Football Roster Outlook: Defensive Line
New defensive coordinator Mike Cox and head coach Dana Dimel have a lot of shiny toys to work with on defense for their new scheme on defense.
This year's defensive line brings in tons of experience and total depth for the Miners. Cox's defensive front looks to be a three-man defensive…
UTEP Football Roster Outlook: Offensive Line
What better way to wrap up the UTEP offense roster outlook than with the guys up front that make everything either work for the offense or make the offense crumble to the ground. I'm talking about the offensive lineman, or better known as the valuable players who often get overlooked on the ros…
UTEP Football Roster Outlook: Tight Ends
Through receiving and blocking, tight ends will be thoroughly incorporated into the new offensive system of the Miners this upcoming season. In the past, former head coach Sean Kugler liked to bask in getting as many tight ends as he could and rotate them periodically in games...
UTEP Roster Outlook: Fullbacks
If you’ve watched any of Kansas State’s offense throughout the recent years, you might have noticed the offense’s vast use of the fullback position. During the past couple seasons, former UTEP coach Sean Kugler also incorporated fullbacks into the syst…
UTEP Football Roster Outlook: Running backs
In today’s college football world, running backs have been utilized in a way they have never been used before. More and more teams are utilizing multiple running backs in their system, whereas it used to be one back carrying all the load.
This same style will be highly utilized at UTEP, where running…

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