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New Mexico safety Markel Byrd was killed and his girlfriend critically injured in an auto accident on Tuesday.
A season that began with so much promise fell well short of expectations for the Pac-12 South. No team can claim it finished 2015 where it expected.
It's going to take more than that to bring down Wildcats RB Jared Baker. He shed a tackle by New Mexico LB Donnie White on the way to the end zone. Best bowl photos
Scooby Wright III gets emotional after win
The Arizona DE became choked up when he announced that today's Gildan New Mexico Bowl win would be his final game in a Wildcats uniform.
Quarterback Anu Solomon finished the season in style in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, throwing for 329 yards and two scores, and rushing for another TD.
Arizona stops New Mexico in New Mexico Bowl
Anu Solomon threw two TD passes and ran for another in Arizona's 45-37 win over New Mexico at the New Mexico Bowl.
Arizona held off pesky New Mexico 45-37 on Saturday in a wild Gildan New Mexico Bowl that saw QB Anu Solomon totals three touchdowns.
Arizona pick seals New Mexico Bowl win
New Mexico was working on a potential game-winning drive when the Wildcats thwarted it with an interception to secure the 45-37 win. Arizona now has four straight winning seasons.
Arizona closing in on bowl win
The Wildcats converted a field goal to extend their lead to eight points over New Mexico in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The Lobos have the ball late in the fourth quarter with a chance to tie with a TD and an two-point conversion. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN
Wright stops New Mexico on 4th down
Scooby Wright is making his presence felt in his third game of the season, as he brings down the Lobos QB to preserve Arizona's 42-37 lead in the New Mexico Bowl. (Live on ESPN)
Arizona WR has some strong hands
Trey Griffey was being thrown to the ground by a New Mexico defender and he still hung on to this 30-yard catch with one hand. Arizona leads the New Mexico Bowl in the fourth quarter (Live on ESPN).
New Mexico moves within a score
The Lobos are hanging around in the New Mexico Bowl as Austin Apodaca punched one in from four yards to cut Arizona's lead to 42-37 early in the fourth quarter.
New Mexico recovers onside kick
After cutting Arizona's lead to 11, the Lobos went with the surprise onside kick and pounced on it to get the ball back. But QB Lamar Jordan limped to the sideline early in the drive, as New Mexico tries to trim the lead to single-digits.
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