The Broncos will win the Super Bowl

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February 5, 2016

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By Sante Guajardo Staff Writer With the Super Bowl on the horizon and the regular season far behind us, it’s the time of the year that football fans have been waiting for.  Whether your team is in the big game or not, mostly eve...

Aggies beat GCU, on and off the court

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February 4, 2016

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By Albert Luna Sports Editor There were Twitter wars, pre-game crowd contests, and 5,000 flautas all promoting the highly anticipated NMSU-GCU matchup on Thursday night. But most of all, there was a game to be played, in which...

Aggies men's basketball victorious on Lou Henson Day

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January 30, 2016

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By Albert Luna Sports Editor The New Mexico State Aggies returned home for the first time in the spring semester to blow out the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros on Saturday night in the Pan American Center, 92-68,...

Aggies take down Seattle behind Salas’ career-night

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January 21, 2016

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By Albert Luna Sports Editor Rarely does a competitive, successful team bring back veteran leadership and savvy that is able to play now, and also have clear building blocks for the future. The New Mexico State women’s basketball...

Siakam, Baker, lead NMSU to win over UTEP

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December 2, 2015

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By Albert Luna Sports Editor The Aggies defeated the University of Texas - El Paso Miners, 73-59, on Wednesday night in the Pan American Center. UTEP came into the game undefeated, while NMSU was reeling from an overtime ...

Aggies win nail-biter in overtime

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November 24, 2015

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By Albert Luna Staff Writer The New Mexico State Aggies took on the Robert Morris Colonials on Tuesday night in the Pan American Center. This was the second edition in a one-day double header that was headlined by both the...

Fantasy Football: Week 11

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November 24, 2015

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By Julian Martinez Staff Writer Quarterback: The all-time passing leader will ride the bench for the second straight week Brock Osweiler in his first career start looked actually quite impressive. Against the Bears, Osweiler threw ...

Siakam, Chuha lead Aggies to blowout win

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November 21, 2015

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By Albert Luna Staff Writer The Aggies defeated the Mississippi Valley State University Delta Devils, 85-46, Saturday night in the Pan American Center. The Aggies came into the contest fresh off their Wednesday night victory agai...

NMSU completes comeback behind Siakam’s stellar night

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November 19, 2015

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By Albert Luna Staff Writer NMSU was down by three points at halftime to a solid Tennessee Tech team. The Aggies realized they needed to play smarter, and it worked. The Aggies played the first game in the Air Force Classic...

Aggies blow out rival UNM in home-opener

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November 17, 2015

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By Albert Luna Staff Writer NMSU women’s basketball Head Coach Mark Trakh could not remember the last time his team beat in-state rivals two games in a row. That was, until Tuesday night. The New Mexico State women Aggies had...

Baker, Siakam shine in loss to UNM

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November 16, 2015

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By Albert Luna Staff Writer New Mexico State admittedly has a young team that needs experience playing in big games. Sunday should serve as a good wake-up call. The Aggies faced off against their in-state rivals, the UNM Lobo...

Holly Holm upsets Ronda Rousey: UFC's new queen hails from the Duke City

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November 15, 2015

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By Julian Martinez Staff Writer Everyone loves a good underdog story. A person rising to the occasion to beat someone, whom everyone else thought was invincible. Last night, the Ultimate Fighting Championship was rocked wi...

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