New Mexico Bowl
Nevada has the advantage in the all-time series, leading 1-0-1
Nevada: Won 1
New Mexico: Won 1
Practically a Juggernaut on offense, averaging over 200 yards per game both in the air and on the ground.
Played WAC powers Boise State and Hawaii very close, both could have easily been wins.
It's a good thing their offense is so potenet, because their defense gives up over 30 a game.
The Wolfpack have not beaten a bowl eligible team all season.
New Mexico Advantages:
Marcus Smith is a big play receiver for the Lobos, 11th in the nation in receptions and 25th in receiving yards per game.
John Sullivan has been one of the better kickers in the nation this year.
Hello, its the New Mexico Bowl.
New Mexico Disadvantages:
Honestly, I just named the kicker as an impact player.
They aren't a very good offensive team.
Defense is good everywhere, but great nowhere.
Lost leading rusher Rodney Ferguson to Academic Eligibility issues.
Zorgon: New Mexico. Nevada went 6-6 in the WAC. They are at an away game. They have 0 defense, and they've played close a lot of San Jose States this year. No way, Jose.
okluschen: New Mexico. They aren't very impressive offensively, but Nevada hasn't beaten much more than Pop Warners this season. Plus it's at home,where they are 5-1 this season.
Jason Frost: New Mexico. If this game was played anywhere else other then at University Stadium(what an original name, it should definantly be changed to WHO DEY STAD.) then Neveda would have a chance, yet unfortunantly for them they will have less players on the field. Look for the Lobos' home crowd to be the diffirence and New Mexico to win 37-30.
Bottom Line: New Mexico 3, Nevada 0