Unlv Vs New Mexico

UNLV Vs New Mexico College Football

UNLV is on the road this week to take on the New Mexico Lobos. UNLV defeated New Mexico 38-0 in the last meeting. UNLV is 2.5 points ahead of Friday’s matchup. New Mexico is coming off a 38-1 loss to LSU. They are currently 2-2. UNLV is now 3-1, with back-toback wins over Utah State (UT) and North Texas.

UNLV has a great opportunity to make some noise this season in the Mountain West Conference. They won at Utah State by double digits last week so they shouldn’t be dismissed. UNM, on the other hand hasn’t been consistent in their offense through four games so it will be difficult to match UNLV in this contest.

UNLV is ranked second in the country in pick-offs with nine. Meanwhile, the Lobos have only managed to pick off six. UNLV’s offense is very powerful, but their defense is not up-to-standard. In seven of their eight last games, the Rebels allowed more than 20 points.

If you’re a sports fan, you can’t miss the UNLV vs. New Mexico college football game is on CBS Sports Network and will be played at 11pm ET on Friday. You can watch the game online through DirecTV Stream or fuboTV, both of which offer a free trial.

The UNLV Rebels will be 14-point favorites against the New Mexico Lobos in the Mountain West Conference this weekend. Their recent win over Utah State makes them a solid bet, while the Lobos were shut out by LSU three weeks ago. While UNLV has been averaging more than 50 points in its last four games, they have yet to muster much offense after the shutout.

UNLV’s offense has improved a lot since last season. Last year, they were dead last against UNNM in scoring, but under the new head coach Marcus Arroyo, they are off to their best start since 2008. The Lobos’ offense is also one of the Mountain West’s hottest, and Nick Holtz’s offense is on a tear.

As a team, UNLV ranks 51st in total offense and thirty-fourth in total defense. The UNLV defense has forced 10 turnovers this season, and UNLV’s defense is led by Austin Ajiake with two picks and 27 tackles. Overall, UNLV’s defense has improved over last year’s performance, although their defense gave up 476 yards to North Texas last time out.

The UNLV Rebels are 3-1 after last week’s win over Utah State. Doug Brumfield, the Rebels’ quarterback has thrown for 773 yards, seven touchdowns, and one interception. UNLV’s other key player is running back Aidan Robbins, who has 346 yards and six touchdowns on the ground. Ricky White has 19 receptions for 317 yards and three touchdowns. Jeff Weimer and Kyle Williams have 123 receiving yards each. In the defense, UNLV’s defense has forced 10 sacks and four interceptions this season.

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