New Mexico Lobos Football Schedule
The New Mexico Lobos have had a bit of a rocky start to the 2014 season, starting
off 2-4 but are now well into Mountain West Conference play and are looking to get things back on track as they take on their
biggest conference rivals. There are still several big games left on the schedule providing the Lobos with a great opportunity
to earn some quality victories and make a move to the top of the conference standings. The Lobos will be looking to pull off
some big wins as they try to maintain their position near the top of the Mountain West Conference Mountain Division. Be sure
to get your tickets for the New Mexico Lobos from StubHub as soon as possible so you can get some of the best seats in the
New Mexico has a big game against the Boise State Broncos on November 8th at University Stadium in Albuquerque.
This game is typically one of the biggest of the year and comes as Boise State sits near the top the Mountain Division standings
and New Mexico is trying to supplant them and Utah State at the top of the Mountain Division. The rivalry between New Mexico
and Boise State always makes for a thrilling game but this year's should be even better than usual as they are neck and neck
in their division. Another huge division game comes to University Stadium when the Wyoming Cowboys make the trip to Albuquerque.
The Cowboys are currently 1-1 in the conference and sit just a game ahead of the Lobos in the Mountain West Mountain standings.
This game is not only the last home game of the year for New Mexico but also could be the deciding factor in who goes on to
compete for the conference championship. This will be your last chance to see the team at home and help cheer them on to a
victory while also giving them a big send off before they hopefully go on to compete for another Mountain West Conference
The New Mexico Lobos have had a football program since all the way back in 1892.
The Lobos' two biggest rivals are New Mexico State and Arizona and games against either of those schools are always some of
the most exciting of the season. When facing off against the Arizona Wildcats the Lobos for years competed in the Battle for
the Kit Carson. The scores of each game are carved into the rifle which was once owned by the legendary pioneer Kit Carson.
The rifle was retired by both schools in 1997 but the rivalry still exists. The New Mexico Lobos and the New Mexico State
Aggies compete in the Rio Grande Rivalry which dates all the way back to 1894 and is still an annual game each year. Running
back Jhurell Pressley is off to a stellar start this season averaging 7.6 yards per carry along with four touchdowns. If the
rest of the offense can continue to flourish big things could be in store for the Lobos in 2014.
the Lobos hit the gridiron for an exhilarating match up against one of their most bitter rivals, you will immediately see
the difference between seeing them on your big TV and being there in the the stands. Once you have seen the game the way it
was meant to be seen, the TV experience suddenly becomes completely inadequate. Be there for all of the hard-hitting college
football action, from highlight reel runs and eye-popping catches to clutch throws that will have you jumping out of your
seat in no time. With a game loaded with players that know how to put on a show, you'll see first-hand why the college football
has become the cream of the crop in American sports. There is nothing quite like seeing college football alongside tens of
thousands of fans, and that's definitely the case when it comes to seeing the New Mexico Lobos. As always, New Mexico Lobos
tickets are available at StubHub, the best place to go to find tickets for all of the biggest college football games. Before
you know it, the Lobos are methodically driving down the field with the clock winding down late in the fourth quarter, as
the intensity rises with each snap of the ball and fans eagerly anticipate the outcome. We all know you can follow the action
on your smart phone or watch from a bar down the street, but it is a completely different level of experience to be there
to watch all the drama unfold before your very eyes. By the time the game is over you will want to start making plans for
your next trip to University Stadium.
New Mexico Lobos Football Conference
The New Mexico Lobos are founding
members of the Mountain West Conference and have been spending years developing rivalries within the conference. There are
twelve universities in the Mountain West for football which are divided into two divisions. The West Division contains Fresno
State, San Diego State, San Jose State, UNLV, Nevada and Hawaii, while the East division is made up of Utah State, Boise State,
Colorado State, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Air Force. In the 2013 season Fresno State won the West division and Utah State won
the East so you can be sure that every team in the conference will be eager to take down last year's champs. Schools like
Boise State, Fresno State, San Diego State, and Utah State are the perennial contenders but you never know which team or teams
could rise up to take control of the up for grabs Mountain West Conference.
The most decorated
former Lobos football player is Brian Urlacher who went on to a legendary career with the Chicago Bears that earned him 8
Pro Bowl selections and undoubtedly a spot in the NFL Hall of Fame as soon as he is eligible. The Lobos have produced three
Consensus All-Americans and have won four conference titles.