FRESNO, CALIFORNIA — The University of New Mexico football team lost a lopsided game at Fresno State on Saturday night by a score of 38-0, making it 23 years since the last time the Lobos won in Fresno, California. Fresno State Bulldogs quarterback Marcus McMaryion threw 3 touchdown passes and […]
Articles by: Dustan Copeland
Dustan Copeland graduated from Utah Valley University with a bachelor's degree in Integrated Studies: English and Communications Emphases. His senior thesis, "Ayn Rand & The Conservative Media," was recognized as an "Outstanding Senior Thesis" in the Integrated Studies department at UVU. Prior to the New Mexico Tribune, Dustan Copeland contributed to various sports blogs and newspapers.
Not long ago, UNM basketball was a force to be reckoned with. The Lobos found themselves in the NCAA tournament several times in the last decade. Fans filled The Pit, regularly ranking in the top 25 in Division 1 basketball attendance. College basketball in Albuquerque did not disappoint and appeared […]
The University of New Mexico’s offensive line received mid-season Joe Moore Award honors on Monday. According to the Joe Moore Award Facebook page, 21 teams received the mid-season recognition, including 16 of the Associated Press Top 25. Though currently unranked, the Lobos are 12th in the country in rushing yards […]
When the University of New Mexico hired Bob Davie as their head football coach in November 2011, the team was in disarray. Mike Locksley left the program halfway through the season after a tumultuous tenure which included three consecutive 1-11 records. Lobo football was the laughingstock of New Mexico college […]
High School Sports Schedule October 9th through October 15th Football Monday, October 9, 2017: Atrisco Heritage Academy vs. Del Norte @ 7 PM Thursday, October 12, 2017: Chaparral vs. Cathedral @ 7 PM Robertson vs. Santa Fe Indian @ 7 PM Rio Grande vs. Highland @ 7 PM Los Lunas […]