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Mountaintop View 11-23-18

UNLV Dropping Football?, Lobos Dealing With Foul Trouble, Air Force Rushes To Victory, and Hawaii’s Unsung Hero.

UNM’s Anthony Mathis looks for an open teammate
(Roberto E. Rosales/Journal)

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Dropping UNLV football has never been the right answer

It has been a tough few years for the athletics department at UNLV. Their football program is currently struggling through another season, and conversation is once again coming up about the future of the program itself. Is it worth the money the university pours into the program? This is a tough question to answer, and only time will time if the program will live to see another day.

Lobos need to keep Mathis out of (foul) trouble

The process of switching Anthony Mathis to point-guard has been anything but smooth so far this season. The UNM sharpshooter was thought to lose offensive production with the switch, but that is not the case so far this year. But he is currently struggling with foul issues, and UNM needs to get this ironed out in order to keep one of their best players on the floor.

Cole Fagan runs for 260 as Air Force drops CSU to retain Ram-Falcon Trophy

For the third year in a row, Air Force beat Colorado. This year, the Falcons were able to do most of their damage on the ground. With RB Cole Fagan rushing for 260 yards in the winning effort. A late game interception would doom CSU, and the Falcons held on for a 27-19 win.

Cordeiro says ‘I’m no hero’ after leading Warriors to bowl clinching victory

Hawaii mounted a comeback for the ages a few days ago. Led by their freshman QB Chevan Cordeiro threw three touchdowns in the 4th quarter to secure the win. An emotional win for the team, the QB may say he’s not a hero, but he’s actions say otherwise.

On the Horizon

Friday: Wyoming/New Mexico - Cowboys Preview

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