One unlucky New Mexico State student was knocked over by a horse during Thursday's pregame ceremonies for the Aggies' season opener against Cal Poly.
A wild night of overtimes got longer after New Mexico State scored five points in the final 15 seconds to force overtime against San Diego State.
Utah Valley stayed atop the WAC with a 66-61 overtime win tonight against New Mexico State, but it's what happened after the game that's the real news as NMSU's K.C. Ross-Miller chucked the basketball at UVU's Holton Hunsaker amidst an attempted court-storming.
Last week we brought you the smh-worthy tale of the cosmic nut-punt that went down at a New Mexico State football game. Tired of empty stands, university honchos had whipped up some cash awards to entice students to witness the (winless) Aggies, with a $2,000 prize reserved for a randomly selected student, to be…
Recently New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers made a generous offer: Students who attended the games of the woeful post-WAC Aggies would receive prizes, including $2,000 cash for a certain lucky someone if he or she happened to be in the stands after the third quarter.
If you're watching the New Mexico State-Saint Louis game, surely you've noticed Sim Bhullar, the Aggies' man-mountain of a center. He's listed at 7'5", 360 pounds. That's five pounds more than the combined weight of St. Louis's starting backcourt this afternoon. He's a big boy.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like sticklers for the rules who believe that a lane violation is still a lane violation even in the final minute. In other words, me.
Having Kalin Lucas, Raymar Morgan and Tom Izzo means MSU is a threat to make a run. Jahmar Young and Jonathon Gibson are pretty sick themselves. Lunardi says NMSU's just happy to be there. Can they prove him wrong?
Here is visual evidecne of the Pistol Pete/Big Blue donnybrook at the WAC tournament. Pete—sans mustache—is not afraid to go for the throat.
Texas Longhorns (24-9) vs. New Mexico State Aggies (25-8)
When: Friday, 7:10 p.m.
1. Their Coach Is Not In A Wheelchair. After years of coaching at Illinois, coach Lou Henson retired after the 1995-96 season, to much fanfare. (He even shook hands with Bobby Knight, the big bully.) But he ended up taking only one year off before returning to New Mexico State, where he had taken the Aggies to the…
It seems like the only time that pizza guys get any attention are in plot attempts in porno (did you order the extra sausage?) and criminal activity. File this one into the latter category.