Friday, October 28, 2005

Friday Night Lights


Colorado State and New Mexico are battling for second place in the Mountain West Conference. The Rams walk into University Stadium expecting to win, their only loss in conference play has been at BYU. The home team Lobos have all everything running back DonTrell Moore.

Colorado State head Coach Sonny Lubick is just one win away from his 100th win at Colorado State. Lubick and company have already matched last year's win total and are hoping to return a bowl game this year. The Rams still control their own destiny for a MWC title, but they must win at Albuquerque before they can think about next week's showdown at TCU.

New Mexico has gone to three straight bowl games, and coach Rocky Long has the Lobos headed in the right direction. Whoever wins tonight will be in position to claim one of the three MWC's bowl tie-ins.

It should be one of the better ESPN2 Friday night games. Moore has always had great games against the Rams, and the trend will continue. New Mexico will come out on top.

They have already taken a 3 point lead. Lobos looked good on their opening drive. Justin Holland and Colorado State will respond, no need to worry about that.

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home