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  1. Humm...good for you. I might have to make another roadie to Logan next year. I can't wait for Weir's Wolves to silence the Spectrum Student Section.
  2. I was there at the UNM/USU Spectrum game and came away very impressed. Great atmosphere. USU students represent...and SDSU (no first hand experience). UNM's not so much.
  3. Not many promise to stay away...and do.
  4. Road trip for me to Brooklyn in November.
  5. Sad...very sad. Hate to hear crap like that. Condolences to family.
  6. TSDSUF...attendance...shooting percentage... Nice pick up though.
  7. I'd be there every...single...year. Unless, of course, the Lobos are playing elsewhere.
  8. Hopefully, everyone will be improved. I think the MW will be better.
  9. Caldwell is on scholarship. Three over. Something's gotta give. There may be some academic issues for some.
  10. That's some pretty good returning talent. Alston is a stud.
  11. Not sure anybody in the league is going to out-talent UNM in 2019/20 with Jackson and Mathis coming back and the addition of 6'11 big 4* January. Potential starters: 4* JJ Caldwell...6'0 point 5* Jaquan Lyle...6'5 wing Zane Martin...6'4 wing 4* Vance Jackson...6'9 forward 5* Carlton Bragg...6'10 center Talent and depth on the bench as well...Anthony Mathis, among others. We'll see what Weir can do to harness all the talent into a championship team. Revised order of finish. 1- UNM 2-11 Everybody else In all honesty...it's gonna be a 'free for all'. USU lose Queta, SDSU loses McDaniels, Nevada loses everybody but gains Alford, FSU loses a lot but has Grimes and Hutson, AFA will be good... We'll see.
  12. with UNM. Four star Los Angeles product reopened his recruitment recently after signing with Illinois and has chosen to play for Paul Weir and the Lobos. January is the cousin of former Lobo and current Buck Tony Snell. He will be a freshman at UNM this fall. The Lobos now have 15 potential scholarship athletes with nobody in the transfer portal.
  13. Yep...best of luck with the job of replacing a great coach.