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Build on Each Other

We can say just win, and the attention should come in. Boise State did this for 10+ years and got no respect from the national media. These are some tips, but the main one this season is to build...

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Reviewing the Mountain West Basketball Tournament

Check out the Stadium Journey review I did of the basketball tournament at Thomas and Mack! And make sure that if you go next year to use it as sort of a guide on what and what not to do. Even...

Air Force downs UNM 89-88 on last second shot

The Air Force Falcons upset the No. 12/11 New Mexico Lobos 89-88 on a snow-bound Senior Day in Colorado Springs, potentially ending UNM's chances for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Saturday 3/9 MWC Basketball Open Thread

It's the final Saturday of the Mountain West Conference regular season. MW Connection is your home for all the action!

No. 12 New Mexico wears down Nevada in 75-62 win

The No. 12 New Mexico Lobos got 25 points from Tony Snell and a double-double from both Alex Kirk and Cameron Bairsttow, but used a key 19-1 run late to outdistance the host Nevada Wolf Pack in Reno, Nev. Wednesday night.

Week 18 Mountain West Men's basketball schedule

The Mountain West Conference enters the final week of the regular season with its champion already crowned - but that doesn't mean there's no intrigue to the week's games. MW Connection has the schedule and the top games of the week.

MWC Week 17 is highlighted by SDSU @ UNM match-up

The penultimate week of the 2013 Mountain West regular season is upon us and the race for the MWC regular season has come down to four teams and 13 games - though the New Mexico Lobos hold a two-game lead and the inside track to the championship.

New Mexico alone in 1st after 91-82 win over CSU

Junior guard Kendall Williams scored a career-high and record-shattering 46 points to lead the New Mexico Lobos past the Colorado St. Rams in a showdown for first place between nationally-ranked team in Ft. Collins Saturday afternoon.

New Mexico guts out 54-48 road win over Fresno St.

The nationally-ranked New Mexico Lobos finished with three players in double figured and rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to the host Fresno St. Bulldogs for a gritty 54-48 come-from-behind win at in Fresno, CA Wednesday night.

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