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New Mexico Lobos (8-4)


Sat. 11/12 Sat. 11/19 Sat. 11/26
@ UtahSt
W 24-21
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@ ColoSt
L 31-49
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vs. Wyo
W 56-35
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New Mexico plows through Wyoming in 53-35 win

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Teriyon Gipson ran for a career-best 217 yards and two touchdowns and Richard McQuarley had three touchdowns and 121 yards, leading a New Mexico rushing onslaught Saturday for a 56-35 win over Wyoming.

Lobos quarterback Lamar Jordan also had a career-best with 176 yards on the ground, and threw for 122 yards.

Brian Hill ran for 126 yards and three touchdowns for Wyoming (8-4, 6-2 Mountain West).

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Leaders
Passing Yards: A. Apodaca654
Passing TDs: L. Jordan6
Rushing Yards: T. Gipson1209
Rushing TDs: R. McQuarley16
Receiving Yards: Q. Drennan284
Receiving TDs: Q. Drennan3
Interceptions: A. Ocasio2
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/1 vs. South Dakota W 48 - 21
9/10 at New Mexico State L 31 - 32
9/17 at Rutgers L 28 - 37
10/1 vs. San Jose State W 48 - 41
10/7 vs. 19 Boise State L 21 - 49
10/15 at Air Force W 45 - 40
10/22 vs. Louisiana-Monroe W 59 - 17
10/30 at Hawaii W 28 - 21
11/5 vs. Nevada W 35 - 26
11/12 at Utah State W 24 - 21
11/19 at Colorado State L 31 - 49
11/26 vs. Wyoming W 56 - 35
Mountain West
West
  Conference Overall
San Diego State 6-2 10-3
Hawaii 4-4 6-7
San Jose State 3-5 4-8
Nevada 3-5 5-7
UNLV 3-5 4-8
Fresno State 0-8 1-11
Mountain
  Conference Overall
Wyoming 6-2 8-5
Boise State 6-2 10-2
New Mexico 6-2 8-4
Air Force 5-3 9-3
Colorado State 5-3 7-5
Utah State 1-7 3-9
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5643 (24)
Passing Yards: 1312 (115)
Rushing Yards: 4331 (1)
Points per game: 37.8 (18)
Yards per game: 470.3 (25)
Touchdowns: 56 (16)
Field Goals: 11 (77)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 4768 (56)
Passing Yards: 2772 (68)
Rushing Yards: 1996 (60)
Points per game: 32.4 (86)
Yards per game: 397.3 (52)
Touchdowns: 51 (96)
Field Goals: 10 (31)
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