Last winter, when Isaac Hamilton announced to the world on ESPNU that he was going to play basketball at UTEP, many El Paso basketball fans could not contain their excitement. Others, were probably thinking that the news was t
The New Mexico Lobos literally took the life out of a crowd of 34,907 as they won in overtime at the Sunbowl. The loss was quite a disappointment for Miners fans as they were rather eager to begin the Sean Kugler era.
After a much deserved day off yesterday for the UTEP football team following a successful scrimmage over the weekend on Saturday morning; fans, players and coaches witnessed an impressive performance from the newly transferred Jamiell Showers.
After weeks of speculation, sources close to the situation confirmed to 600 ESPN El Paso that UTEP was notified today by the National Letter of Intent Steering Committee that men's basketball recruit Isaac Hamilton was challenging his signed LOI with the school
After the first three days of camp it is evident that UTEP head football coach Sean Kugler is all business. Former head coach Mike Price was known for having “fun” as one of his major coaching philosophies, but this camp in Alpine under new management is all about football, football and more football.
After reading a tweet from KVIA's Asher Wildman late last week that Isaac Hamilton has still not filed his appeal for his release from his National Letter of Intent, it made me wonder what he and his family could be thinking.
With Camp Alpine kicking off August 8th for the UTEP football team, the excitement is in the air with the start of the college football season just more than a month away. Now the real fun begins as Head Coach Sean Kugler prepares his team for their September 7th home opener against the University of New Mexico and the rest of the 2013 campaign. While spring ball gave Kugler his first chance to see his players in action, the fall will answer some major questions as the competition for potential starters and backups really starts to heat up.
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