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UNLV
vs
New Mexico
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
01/08/2019
11:00pm EST

Lines:
UNLV +4
New Mexico -4

Total:
Over 148 (-110)
Under 148 (-110)

Community Picks: UNLV 50% vs New Mexico 50%

UNLV and New Mexico Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
New Mexico
New Mexico is looking to fill its men's basketball head coaching vacancy as soon as possible but Lobos athletic director Paul Krebs is not providing any names of potential candidates or a specific hiring timeline. ''I know there are probably a lot of names,'' Krebs said of a replacement for Craig Neal, who was fired late Friday night after four years at the school. There are a number of sitting Division I head coaches that have expressed interest. Continue to Article
April 04, 2017 8:07:pm EST
New Mexico
After four years as head coach and 10 overall with New Mexico, Craig Neal and the Lobos have parted ways. ''He's a good man and a winning coach, but the time has come to move Lobo Basketball in a new direction,'' athletic director Paul Krebs said in a statement late Friday from the Final Four in Glendale, Arizona. The move comes just three weeks after Krebs had given Neal a vote of confidence following the Lobos' loss in the Mountain West Conference quarterfinals. Continue to Article
April 01, 2017 2:33:pm EST
UNLV
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Three UNLV players say they are leaving the program after one season under coach Marvin Menzies. Continue to Article
March 29, 2017 8:18:pm EST
New Mexico
Steve Alford was criticized for not winning enough, considered to be on the hot seat heading into this season. Bryce Alford was knocked for shooting too much, expected to have a hard time taking a back seat to freshman phenom Lonzo Ball. Through all the trials and tribulations, father and son arrive at the end of their four-year run at UCLA together with a chance to do something special on their way out. Continue to Article
March 18, 2017 6:32:pm EST
New Mexico
The University of New Mexico's legendary basketball arena, a mid-century fixture that was modernized as part of a multimillion-dollar renovation a few years ago, is being recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council. The Pit was built in 1966 and is one of college basketball's most famous - and loudest - buildings. Continue to Article
March 08, 2017 1:45:pm EST
 
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