ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In a game pitting teams that suffered a combined 2-7 finish down the season’s homestretch, the New Mexico Bowl does have the appearance of a consolation game.Saturday’s contest pits Marshall and Colorado State, two teams that had the early look of contending for their division titles before losing critical games on key plays.For Marshall, there was a 60-yard halfback option pass by Florida Atlantic, a game-winning field goal by Texas-San Antonio and a flubbed extra point...
Corridor G should be home to some great basketball in the coming months.Three of the top teams in the boys Class AA division all play within a few miles of each other on the expressway known as U.S. 119 that winds through the southern coalfields of West Virginia.Chapmanville Regional, Mingo Central and Logan all had decent seasons last year, and all figure to be just as strong or stronger this time around.The AA state tournament runner-up last year with a 23-5 record, Chapmanville opened its...
HUNTINGTON — Marshall (7-5) will play Colorado State (7-5) from the Mountain West Conference on Saturday, December 16 at 4:30 p.m. ET in the 12th annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The game will be televised on ESPN.Marshall enters the game featuring an .833 winning percentage (10-2) in all NCAA-sanctioned bowl games, the highest mark nationally among programs that have made at least four appearances.
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