The most comprehensive coverage of the New Mexico Lobos Football on the web with highlights, scores, game summaries, schedule and rosters. “Turquoise has been part of some great Lobo uniforms in the past and Homecoming is about inviting past, present and future Lobos to our campus to celebrate our. We try and bring you the most complete historical overview of the Longview Lobo Football program, from stadium records to opponent game logs, to a season by.
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(Above top row) Johnny Vaughn and Brent Taylor. (Bottom row) Mike Richardson and Eddie Richardson.
Four dedicated sportscasters take great pride in being the "Voices of the Lobos."
Brent Taylor is a former LHS football coach and middle school principal and a 39-year professional educator. Currently, Taylor serves as a director with Region VII Education Service Center. He has been calling Lobo games for 29 seasons.
Johnny Vaughan is a lifelong resident of Longview and played both football and baseball lobo football radio for the Lobos, graduating in 1968. He was also a defensive back for SFASU. He is self-employed and is a partner in Triple J Investments, Inc. of Longview.
Eddie Richardson is a 19-year veteran of the sports team. Richardson's support for all Lobo sports goes back to his days on the Lobo baseball team, graduating from LHS in 1965. He is employed by the City of Longview Parks and Recreation Department.
Mike Richardson is another lifelong Longview resident. He graduated from LHS in 1973. He is an accounting manager for Crosby Lebus.
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August 26th, lobo football radio, 2022
Next Game: Longview will take on the TBD from TBD in the // meeting between the two schools, at 7:30 PM on Friday, August 26th.
Series information coming in August.
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November 27th, 2021
Longview met Denton Ryan for the third time in 11 months, and Saturday's meeting was the second Class 5A Division I Region II semifinal battle between the two teams at Mesquite Memorial Stadium during that stretch.
The Lobos fought until the end - finishing Saturday's game on a late 19-3 run - but they suffered a 37-33 season-ending defeat. Longview finishes the 2021 season with a 9-4 record, and drops to 0-3 all-time against the Raiders, who improve their season record to 12-1 and advance to next week's regional final against College Station.
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New Mexico Lobos vs. Boise State Broncos
Albertsons Stadium in Boise, ID
Saturday November 20th, 2021, at 7:00 pm Mountain Time
The game will be broadcasted on Fox Sports 1 and on the radio side it will be the Lobo Sports Radio Network. If you are in Albuquerque, the Lobo Sports Radio Network can be found at 770 AM/96.3 FM KKOB.
Boise State leads the series 10-1. New Mexico’s only win came in 2015, a 31-24 decision in Boise. Last time these two played BSU won 42-9 in 2019.
The New Mexico Lobos will pay the Boise State Broncos a visit on Saturday night looking to snap a two-game losing streak and looking for their second ever victory over the Broncos.
New Mexico lost last week to the Fresno State Bulldogs by a final of 34-7, lobo football radio. That loss dropped them to 3-7 on the season and 1-5 in Mountain West Conference play. The loss also eliminated the Lobos from postseason contention.
Boise Coppell football roster comes into this one on a three-game lobo football radio streak. The Broncos defeated Wyoming last week by a final of 23-13. That win moved Boise State to 6-4 on the season and 4-2 in the MWC.
With a win the Broncos would keep their slim MWC Championship Game hopes alive. They will need some help in the final weeks of the season in order to make the game, though.
What the Lobos do on offense:
One thing is for sure after the last three games for UNM: there is no passing threat, lobo football radio.
In the last four games the passing yards in each have been 16, 112, 36 and 34 yards. The game in which the Lobos threw for 112 yards, they won.
With that said, expect a lot of running from a team that played 18 true freshmen in last week’s game.
Aaron Dumas carried 23 times against Fresno State for 143 yards and a touchdown. Lobo football radio was named the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Week. Expect him to get another big workload in this game.
What will Boise State do:
The Broncos have been mostly balanced the lobo football radio three games during their winning streak. In last week’s game against Wyoming, the Broncos threw for 225 passing yards and had 160 yards on the ground.
The Lobos haven’t yielded 100 yards rushing on defense the last two weeks. So, one should expect the Broncos to pass a little more this week, especially early to try to put this game out of reach.
Hank Bachmeier is the Broncos quarterback, lobo football radio. He’s only thrown four interceptions all season. He is the epitome of taking care of the ball.
Bachmeier will be looking for Khalil Shakir the most in the passing game. He had eight catches for 83 yards.
Final Thoughts and Prediction:
The Lobos have a lot of injuries and a lot of inexperience. That does not bode well going up against a team like Boise State.
Even though the Broncos aren’t in a typical year of dominance in the Mountain West, they can still get it done. Balance has been the name of their game lately and I fully expect the same in this contest.
The Lobos are getting much needed experience for their players right now, which will be huge one to two years down the road.
I expect the Broncos to win this win handily. I’ll take Broncos-38 Lobos-10.