The latest college football casualty is New Mexico State, which announced early Thursday morning that the program will postpone the fall season to spring due to "COVID player health & safety concerns as well as 14-day quarantine requirement when traveling back into (New Mexico)."
Earlier this week, the Mountain West released the league model for the upcoming season, featuring an eight conference schedule plus two non-conference opponents and a start date set for Sept. 26. This complicates things for the college football season in the area.
This morning we learned that one of the all-time Aggie greats is now coaching in heaven. Lou Henson, who led NMSU to the 1970 Final Four and twenty years later returned to guide the Aggies men's basketball team, died Saturday at the age of 88...
The Athletic put together a compilation of the 25 least dominant college football teams of the past 50 years and, as some might imagine, UTEP football was featured twice in the article released on Friday.