The New Mexico State Aggies take on the New Mexico Lobos in the latest New Mexico college football showdown. This is a very important match. We would place our bets at a 70-30 chance for the Lobos to win. The game goes down at 7:00 PM EST later today evening. This match will be happening at the Aggie Memorial Stadium in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Be sure you’re there or you would want to turn on your TV set. Better yet, live stream this college football game and watch online using your internet!
Date and Time: September 15th, 2018 7:00 PM EST
Venue: Aggie Memorial Stadium
TV: Eleven Sports Network (US)
Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)
The New Mexico Lobos have improved their game since last few weeks. They are currently 1-1 but had amazing performance in both the games. Their 62-30 win against the Incarnate Word Cardinals was a good season opener. Their next and latest game against the #5 Wisconsin Badgers was a 45-14 loss where they were standing tall.
The team is in good form and we believe they have what it takes to bring their rival down. The New Mexico State Aggies do know what’s coming for them. They have the right preparation. So, after all, the Lobos might find it a bit difficult to steer the ball and pass it around, but ultimately, it’s the Lobos that have an upper hand.
The New Mexico State Aggies are on a losing streak. All three games this season have been losses. A 0-3 doesn’t look good. So, why not break the streak against rivals New Mexico Lobos? Well, it’s something they would certainly love to make happen. But alas, it’s not that easy.
Their losses against the Wyoming Cowboys (29-7), Minnesota Golden Gophers (48-10), and the Utah State Aggies (60-13) have them on the negative mindset. Surely, they were trained along these matches. And how well they execute their techniques in the game against the Lobos is the only thing that will decide how tough a challenge they come out to be for the fellow New Mexico team.