New Mexico Bowl Preview History
2013 New Mexico Bowl Preview
The 2013 New Mexico Bowl will be played on Saturday, December 21st at 12:00 PM CST between the Washington State Cougars and the Colorado State Rams.Both the Cougars and Rams are looking to end the season on a high note, as both schools are trying to get back to a higher level of success they were at not long ago. Washington State started the season with a close loss to Auburn, who are now in the BCS National Championship. They beat USC, but three consecutive losses to Oregon State, Oregon and Arizona State moved the Cougars down the Pac-12 ladder. Cougar QB Connor Halliday threw for over 4100 yards in Mike Leach's offense, and he'll try to torch Colorado State this bowl season.
The Rams started the season 1-3 after losing to Alabama in Week 4 of the season, but since then have turned things around. Wins over Nevada, New Mexico and Air Force over the last four weeks have made them bowl eligible, and an 8-win season would go a long way in putting the belief back into Colorado State fans. Kapri Bibbs is the biggest contributor on offense, putting up over 1500 yards of offense and score 28 touchdowns on the ground. Washington State will have their hands full containing him.
2011 Gildan New Mexico Bowl Game Preview:
The 2011 New Mexico Bowl in Alburqurque is the very first bowl game of the 2011-2012 bowl season. The New Mexico kicks off at lunchtime on Saturday, December 17 between the Temple Owls and Wyoming Cowboys. Both teams come in looking for their 9th win on the season; Temple finished 8-4 playing in the Mid American conference. Wyoming finished 8-4 in the Mountain West, just behind Boise State and TCU.
2009 New Mexico Bowl Game Preview:
The 2009 New Mexico Bowl is the first bowl game of the 2009-2010 Bowl Game season. The 2009 New Mexico Bowl matches the Fresno State Bulldogs against the Wyoming Cowboys.
2008 New Mexico Bowl Game Preview:
Grab your tickets to the 2008 New Mexico Bowl between the Colorado State Rams and Fresno State Bulldogs, and experience college football postseason at its finest. Last year, the New Mexico Lobos took on Nevada, and the Lobos won in a blowout 23-0. The winning team and MVP will receive hand-crafted Zia Pueblo trophies, as part of the tradition of the region and the New Mexico Bowl. Things are going to get hot at University Stadium, so come visit this exciting bowl game!