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Jordan Love threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers and Gerold Bright ran for 113 yards and a score Saturday as Utah State beat New Mexico 38-25 in Lobos’ coach Bob Davie’s final game with the team.
- Davie: 'Put every ounce' into leading New Mexico
- New Mexico, Davie to part ways after 8 seasons
- Air Force-New Mexico game postponed to Nov. 23
- New Mexico defensive end Flowers dies at 21
New Mexico coach Bob Davie said the end of his time at the helm of the Lobos was not a surprise and that he has nothing to apologize for.
New Mexico coach Bob Davie will not return as the Lobos' football coach in 2020, the school announced Monday, ending his eight-season tenure.
D.J. Hammond III threw for career highs with 327 yards and four touchdowns as Air Force took to the skies more than normal Saturday to beat New Mexico 44-22.
Jaylon Henderson threw for 292 yards and three touchdowns, Sonatane Lui had two fumble recoveries, including one for a score, and No. 21 Boise State beat New Mexico 42-9 on Saturday night.
The football game between Air Force and New Mexico scheduled for this weekend was postponed following the death of a Lobos defensive lineman. Air Force will travel to New Mexico on Nov. 23 instead.
Nahje Flowers, a redshirt junior defensive end for New Mexico, has died at 21.
Cole McDonald and Miles Reed led Hawaii's ground game and an expected passing mismatch failed to materialize as the Rainbow Warriors beat New Mexico 45-31 on Saturday.
New Mexico QB Sheriron Jones, who started seven games in 2018 but was beaten out for the starting job this season, has been suspended amid indecent exposure allegations.
Sean Chambers passed for a touchdown and ran for another, Xazavian Valladay added 187 yards and a score and Wyoming led from the get-go defeating New Mexico 23-10 on Saturday.
Patrick O'Brien and Warren Jackson had career nights as Colorado State beat New Mexico 35-21 on Friday night.
Josh Love passed for 405 yards and two TDs and San Jose State beat New Mexico 32-21 on Friday night.
Stephen Calvert threw for 306 yards and two touchdowns, Antonio Gandy-Golden caught six passes for 144 yards and Liberty defeated New Mexico 17-10 on Saturday night.