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4-1, 4th in MW

New Mexico beats Nicholls State 75-63

Elijah Brown scored five of his 18 points at the start of a decisive 14-2 New Mexico run Wednesday night that helped propel the Lobos to a 75-63 win over Nicholls State.

Patience has been rewarded

New Mexico very quietly has qualified for a bowl, winning six games for the first time since 2007. Bob Davie took over a program in 2012 that had gone 1-11 for three consecutive seasons. 3-point stance

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12dAndy Katz

Lobos' Williams ends hoops career after collapse

Devon Williams, who was diagnosed with spinal stenosis after collapsing during a game, will no longer play basketball for the New Mexico Lobos, coach Craig Neal said.


New Mexico beats Loyola of Chicago 75-51

New Mexico forward Tim Williams scored 22 points with seven rebounds and the Lobos turned in a strong defensive effort Wednesday in a 75-51 win over Loyola-Chicago.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

From UNM: "Coach (Craig) Neal just spoke at his weekly press conference. According to him, Devon Williams is seeing a specialist and is currently day-to-day." Williams injured his neck against New Mexico State.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

From New Mexico coach Craig Neal: "Devon Williams suffered a cervical spinal cord contusion. He has feeling in all extremities. Kept over night for observations. Yet to be determined how long he will be out."

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

From UNM spokesperson: Lobos coach Craig Neal said Devon Williams has a neck injury and is being evaluated at a Las Cruces hospital.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

New Mexico F Devon Williams collapsed face first with 11:16 left in 2nd half at NMSU. UNM AD Paul Krebs told ESPN Sunday night Williams was taken to a local hospital. He had no further information.

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27dJeff Goodman

Insider Mountain West preview: SDSU still on top

Steve Fisher has taken the San Diego State to six straight NCAA tournaments. There's no reason to think the Aztecs won't win the Mountain West for the fourth time in five years.

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Lou Henson to start chemotherapy

The former Illinois and New Mexico State basketball coach was released from the hospital in Texas. The 83-year old has the most wins at both schools and has dealt with non-Hodgkins lymphoma and encephalitis for over a decade.

Team Stats

Points Per Game80.2Tied-84th
Rebounds Per Game40.4Tied-84th
Assists Per Game15.4Tied-91st
Points Allowed67.0Tied-79th

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