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2008 New Mexico State Aggies Season

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Posted Feb 8, 2009


2008 New Mexico State Aggies Season, Game Recaps, Scores and Reviews

2008 New Mexico State Aggies

Nov. 29
Utah State 47 … New Mexico State 2
Utah State dominated on both sides of the ball holding NMSU to 156 yards of offense while the Aggie attack got up 38-0 helped by a 64-yard touchdown run from Ronald Scott and short touchdown runs from Robert Turbin, Diondre Borel, Marquis Butler and Curtis Marsh. NMSU got its only points on a fourth quarter tackle of Marsh in the end zone, but that was if for the Aggies’ fun. NMSU missed on four fourth down tries and finished with -7 rushing yards. Chris Ulinski nailed a 56-yard field goal for Utah State.
Player of the game: Utah State DE Ben Calderwood made three sacks and three tackles
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 25-37, 163 yds, 1 INT
Rushing: Tonny Glynn, 6-21. Receiving: A.J. Harris, 6-53
Utah State - Passing: Diondre Borel, 14-25, 118 yds
Rushing: Ronald Scott, 2-73, 1 TD. Receiving: Stanley Morrison, 4-8
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Finishing with a seven-game losing streak is one thing, but to get completely shut down by Utah State is another. The offense did nothing, absolutely nothing, with no big yards after the catch, no decent runs, and not nearly enough from Chase Holbrook to slow down the Utah State momentum. Now Holbrook is done, along with many of the offensive stars, and the program has to find something that works. The passing game might have led the WAC, but it didn’t do nearly enough on a consistent basis as the year went on.

- 2008 NMSU Preview
- 2007 NMSU Season

2008 Schedule
CFN Prediction: 6-6
2008 Record: 3-9

Aug. 30 OPEN DATE
Sept. 4 Nicholls State PPD
Sept. 13 at Nebraska L 38-7
Sept. 20 at UTEP W 34-33
Sept. 27 New Mexico L 35-24
Oct. 4 Alcorn State W 45-10
Oct. 11 at Nevada W 48-45
Oct. 18 San Jose St L 31-14
Oct. 25 at Idaho L 20-14
Nov. 1 Boise State L 49-0
Nov. 8 Hawaii L 42-30
Nov. 15 at Fresno State L 24-17
Nov. 22 Louisiana Tech L 35-31
Nov. 29 at Utah State L 47-2

2007 Schedule
CFN Prediction: 5-8
2007 Record: 4-9

Aug. 30 SE Louisiana W 35-14
Sept. 8 at New Mexico L 44-34
Sept. 15 UTEP W 29-24
Sept. 22 at Auburn L 55-20
Sept. 29
Ark Pine-Bluff W 20-17
Oct. 7 at Boise State L 58-6
Oct. 13
at La Tech L 22-21
Oct. 20 Idaho W 45-31
Oct. 27 at Hawaii L 50-13
Nov. 2 Nevada L 40-38
Nov. 10 at San Jose St
L 51-17
Nov. 17 Utah State L 35-17
Dec. 1 Fresno State L 30-23

Nov. 22
Louisiana Tech 35 … New Mexico State 31
Phillip Livas took a short pass 68 yards for a touchdown with less than four minutes to play to give Louisiana Tech the lead for good. The Bulldogs had a 28-10 lead in the first half helped by a blocked punt for a score and a 10-yard Patrick Jackson run, but New Mexico State roared back with three of Chase Holbrook’s four touchdown passes on a 21-point run. Chris Williams had a huge day for the Aggies with an 80-yard touchdown and a 34-yard scoring play, but it wasn’t enough. NMSU outgained Tech 523 yards to 358.
Player of the game: Louisiana Tech RB Daniel Porter ran 17 times for 130 yards and a touchdown, and he caught a pass for 13 yards
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 45-59, 486 yds, 4 TD
Rushing: Tonny Glynn, 10-19. Receiving: Chris Williams, 10-189, 2 TD
Louisiana Tech - Passing: Ross Jenkins, 12-20, 132 yds, 1 TD
Rushing: Daniel Porter, 17-130, 1 TD. Receiving: Phillip Livas, 4-88, 1 TD
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Another big offensive show, another big loss. The Aggies can’t win the close ones, battling well in losses to Fresno State and Louisiana Tech over the last two weeks, and now they’re on a five-game losing slide just when the team should be hitting its stride. On the plus side, Chris Williams is showing off for the NFL scouts, showing more and more his ability to crank out yards after the catch, but that’s a small silver lining for a program in desperate need of wins. There’s one more shot this year going to Utah State. If the passing game steps up again, the losing streak should come to a halt.

Nov. 15
Fresno State 24 … New Mexico State 17
Fresno State avoided the upset as Tom Brandstater piled in the second of his two one-yard touchdown runs in the fourth quarter, and the defense held on late. New Mexico State only managed -9 rushing yards and 183 overall, but it got a 96-yard kickoff return for a score form Chris Williams and a 17-yard A.J. Harris touchdown catch. Fresno State was able to move the ball, but it needed a 25-yard Sharrod Davis fumble return for a touchdown in the second quarter. FSU held on to the ball for 34;30.
Player of the game: Fresno State RB Anthony Harding ran 23 times for 101 yards
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 27-38, 192 yds, 1 TD
Rushing: Marquell Colston, 4-20. Receiving: A.J. Harris, 9-97, 1 TD
Fresno State - Passing: Tom Brandstater, 14-20, 146 yds
Rushing: Anthony Harding, 23-101. Receiving: Devon Wylie, 4-30
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Fresno State has one of the nation’s worst run defenses, yet New Mexico State didn’t even try to get anything going on the ground. Yeah, the Aggies are a passing team, but with only 15 rushing attempts, the Aggies didn’t even give it a shot. Granted, it wasn’t working, finishing with just -9 yards, but that was because of sacks. Marquell Colston only got four carries. Even so, NMSU was in the game late and didn’t come through with anything offensively in the second half. Now on a five-game losing streak, the Aggies will have another losing season.

Nov. 8
Hawaii 42 … New Mexico State 30
Hawaii got two touchdown passes and a touchdown run from Greg Alexander, and a 91-yard interception return for a touchdown from Ryan Mouton, as it managed to pull ahead of NMSU in the second quarter and stay up in the shootout. Chase Holbrook and Chris Williams connected seven times for 221 yards and touchdowns from 84, 23 and 83 yards away, but the Hawaii offense kept staying one step ahead. Daniel Libre ran for two touchdowns for the Warriors.
Player of the game: Hawaii QB Greg Alexander completed 26-of-32 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns, and he ran 13 times for 37 yards and a score.
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 24-38, 394 yds, 4 TD, 2 INT
Rushing: Marquell Colston 5-11. Receiving: Chris Williams, 7-221, 3 TD
Hawaii - Passing: Greg Alexander, 26-32, 288 yds, 2 TD
Rushing: Daniel Libre, 13-88, 2 TD. Receiving: Kealoha Pilares, 10-90, 1 TD
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Chase Holbrook and Chris Williams were phenomenal against Hawaii, but the defense couldn’t get off the field. Hawaii was able to use a little bit of offensive balance and was able to dink and dunk its way to the win. Holbrook was burned by a bad pick six, but that wasn’t the difference. The offense worked and was explosive, but with no running game and the time of possession grossly in Hawaii’s favor, the D broke down. Now that the Aggies have to win out to go bowling, thanks to a four-game losing streak, the seat will start to get hotter and hotter for Hal Mumme.

Nov. 1
Boise State 49 … New Mexico State 0
Boise State was dominant in all three phases as Kellen Moore threw three touchdown passes, including two to Jeremy Childs, Ian Johnson ran for an 11-yard touchdown, and Kyle Wilson added a 71-yard punt return for a score. The defense got into the act, too, holding New Mexico State to a mere 150 yards of total offense including 38 on the ground.
Player of the game: Boise State QB Kellen Moore completed 15-of-23 passes for 246 yards and three touchdowns with an interception.
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 12-20, 64 yds, 1 INT
Rushing: Tonny Glynn, 11-37. Receiving: Chris Williams, 4-24
Boise State - Passing: Kellen Moore, 15-23, 246 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Ian Johnson, 10-61, 1 TD. Receiving: Jeremy Childs, 5-84, 2 TD
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... This is when the team is supposed to be hitting its stride, but instead it’s getting worse and worse. Losing to Boise State isn’t that big a deal, but the Aggies did nothing, absolutely nothing, offensively. There’s too much experience to not be functional on offense, while the defense wasn’t even close to stopping anything the Broncos wanted to do. A bowl game was almost certain a few weeks ago, but now, if the Aggies can’t beat Hawaii, there could be major problems for Hal Mumme.

Oct. 25
Idaho 20 … New Mexico State 14
Idaho got 160 yards and a 54-yard touchdown run from Princeton Murphy, while the defense kept the NMSU offense in check. Josh Shaw came up with two sacks as part of the constant pressure on Aggie QB Chase Holbrook, but the passing game had a little success in the second quarter with two Chris Williams touchdown catches from 18 and 13 yards out. That was it for the NMSU offense as Idaho took advantage of four turnovers to seal the win. Tino Amancio hit field goals from 52 and 51 yards out, and Daniel Hardy caught a three-yard touchdown pass.  
Player of the game: Idaho RB Princeton McCarty ran 15 times for 160 yards and a touchdown, and DE Josh Shaw made 10 tackles and two sacks
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 37-47, 324 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT
Rushing: Tony Glynn, 10-37. Receiving: Chris Williams, 13-112, 2 TD
Idaho - Passing: Nathan Enderle, 7-18, 59 yds, 1 TD, 2 INT
Rushing: Princeton McCarty, 15-160, 1 TD. Receiving: Eddie Williams, 2-32
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Utter disaster. NMSU was on track to go bowling with a veteran team and a few winnable games ahead, but beating Idaho was part of the plan. The offensive line couldn’t keep the pressure off Chase Holbrook, and four turnovers and little production from the running game, netting just 35 yards, was a killer. The attack went into the tank in the second half while the defense couldn’t stop the Idaho ground game for key stretches. Now comes Boise State with a road trip to Fresno State lurking.

Oct. 18
San Jose State 31 … New Mexico State 14
The San Jose State defense dominated New Mexico State with five sacks, four takeaways, and a 90-yard interception return for a touchdown from Kyle Flynn. Duke Ihenacho took a Chase Holbrook pass 43 yards for a Spartan score and a 21-0 lead before Chris Williams scored on a seven-yard catch and Chase Holbrook ran for a two-yard touchdown. But the Spartan defense would come through while the offense got a 12-yard Brandon Rutley touchdown run to put it away. San Jose State only managed 201 yards of total offense
Player of the game: San Jose State RB Yonus Davis ran 21 times for 107 yards and a touchdown
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 23-38, 206 yds, 1 TD, 2 INT
Rushing: Kyle Hughes, 1-33. Receiving: Chris Williams, 12-146, 1 TD
San Jose State - Passing: Kyle Reed, 8-18, 50 yds, 3 INT
Rushing: Yonus Davis, 21-107, 1 TD. Receiving: Josh Harris, 3-29
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... New Mexico State couldn’t protect Chase Holbrook from the San Jose State pass rush, and it showed with four turnovers and just 284 yards of total offense. The timing appeared to be thrown off from the start, and Holbrook was a big gunshy after throwing two pick sixes. However, the team did a nice job of fighting back to pull within seven late, but the O couldn’t get over the hump.


Oct. 11

New Mexico State 48 … Nevada 45
In a wild shootout, New Mexico State got three touchdown passes from Chase Holbrook and a 83-yard fumble return for a touchdown to pull off the upset. Nevada roared on the ground with 313 yards helped by a 32-yard scoring run from Colin Kaepernick, but it was the four touchdowns from Vai Taua that helped the Wolf Pack keep up the pace. Kaepernick hit Chris Wellington for a 19-yard touchdown pass to pull the Pack within three with just under four minutes to play, but the Aggies were able to run out the clock. The two teams combined for 56 first downs and 1,020 yards.
Player of the game: New Mexico State QB Chase Holbrook completed 28-of-47 passes for 409 yards and three touchdowns with an interception, and ran for a score
Stat Leaders: Nevada - Passing: Colin Kaepernick, 15-26, 194 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Vai Taua, 20-188, 2 TD. Receiving: Marko Mitchell, 5-97
New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 28-47, 409 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Marquell Colston, 24-118, 1 TD. Receiving: Wes Neiman, 7-82, 1 TD
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Was the win over Nevada the biggest win for New Mexico State in the Hal Mumme era? It might have been. Now the Aggies are in the WAC title chase, and while the defense isn’t good enough to win the whole ball of wax, a bowl game is possible. The offense finally exploded with Chase Holbrook roaring for 409 passing yards, but just as important was the way the offense closed out the final four minutes. Nevada had all the momentum after pulling within three late, but Holbrook ended all the drama. San Jose State and Idaho are up next before the showdown against Boise State.

Oct. 4
New Mexico State 45 … Alcorn State 10
Chris Williams returned a punt 83 yards for a touchdown, breaking an 87-game streak the program had without a punt return for a score, and he caught an 80-yard touchdown in the blowout. Marquell Colston ran for scores from 57 and 21 yards out as part of a 38-point first half and a 31-point second quarter. Alcorn State was down 45-3 before finally getting into the end zone on a one-yard Tony Hobson run.
Player of the game: New Mexico State WR Chris Williams caught six passes for 128 yards and a touchdown, and he returned two punts for 88 yards and a score.
Stat Leaders: Alcorn State - Passing: Tim Buckley, 11-21, 141 yds
Rushing:
Antoine Young, 2-15. Receiving: Elliott Moore, 5-52
New Mexico State
- Passing: Chase Holbrook, 20-25, 270 yds, 2 TD
Rushing:
Marquell Colston, 17-127, 2 TD. Receiving: Chris Williams, 6-128, 1 TD
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ...
The win over Alcorn State was supposed to be a blowout, and it was a plus that the offense was moving without a problem, but the real positive was the defense that didn’t allow a third down conversion, generated six sacks, and held ASU to -13 rushing yards. The more Marquell Colston can run the ball, the better. He added some flash to the ground game with 127 yards and two touchdowns that put the game away in the first half.

Sept. 27
New Mexico 35 … New Mexico State 24
New Mexico ran for 297 yards as the ground game overcame an early 14-0 deficit and dominated in the fourth quarter. New Mexico State started off the scoring with an 84-yard A.J. Harris touchdown just 18 seconds into the game, and Marcus Anderson added a 79-yard touchdown grab just three minutes later. The Lobo defense tightened up, allowing a 44-yard field goal and a 22-yard Anderson scoring grab the rest of the way. New Mexico dominated the time of possession but only managed three James Aho field goals and a one-yard Rodney Ferguson run to be down 17-16 going into the fourth quarter and was down 24-16 with just over ten minutes to play. The Lobos cored the final 19 points on an 18-yard Jermaine McQueen catch, a three-yard Paul Baker run, and finally put the game away on a 44-yard James Wright dash with 1:31 to play.
Player of the game: New Mexico RB Paul Baker ran 37 times for 146 yards and a touchdown.  
Stat Leaders: New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 24-38, 382 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing:
Brandon Perez, 4-25. Receiving: A.J. Harris, 8-116, 1 TD
New Mexico
- Passing: Brad Gruner, 7-16, 55 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing:
Paul Baker, 37-146, 1 TD. Receiving: Bryant Williams, 2-22
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... The New Mexico State passing game was effective and came up with the big plays needed to get up on New Mexico going into the fourth quarter, but the run defense got battered and bruised while the passing game fizzled down the stretch. It’s one thing to be explosive, but the offense has to be far more consistent. There’s a week off before going to Nevada.

Sept. 20
New Mexico State 34 … UTEP 33
UTEP got up 10-0 in the first quarter, and then Chase Holbrook and the New Mexico State offense took over with two touchdown passes to Marcus Anderson and a 27-yard strike to A.J. Harris on the way to a 21-20 lead at halftime. The Miner defense came up with a fumbled return for a score for a short-lived lead, and then Holbrook came back with a quick drive and a 17-yard touchdown pass to Weston Neiman. UTEP took one final lead on a one-yard run from James Thomas, but Holbrook once again had an answer with a 15-yard scoring pass to Anderson. The final Miner drive stalled on a fourth and 11. UTEP ran for 277 yards, but New Mexico State passed for 366.
Player of the game: New Mexico State QB Chase Holbrook completed 29-of-39 passes for 329 yards and five touchdowns with two interceptions.
Stat Leaders: UTEP
- Passing: James Thomas, 8-15, 60 yds
Rushing: James Thomas, 19-142, 2 TD. Receiving: Evan Davis, 3-22
New Mexico State
- Passing: Chase Holbrook, 29-39, 329 yds, 5 TD, 2 INT
Rushing: Marquell Colston, 8-31. Receiving: Chris Williams, 7-119
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ...
Now that’s what the offense is supposed to do. After struggling against Nebraska in the opener, Chase Holbrook and the NMSU passing attack kept up with everything UTEP wanted to do, while the defense came up with a nice stop in the end to close. Holbrook wasn’t flawless, but he was accurate enough when he had to be. Now he’ll have to make the offense even more explosive to get by New Mexico next week.

Sept. 13
Nebraska 38 … New Mexico State 7
Joe Ganz threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Mike McNeill, ran for a 33-yard score, and caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from RB Marlon Lucky as Nebraska won with ease. Lucky ran for an eight-yard touchdown to start the scoring on the way to a 35-0 Husker lead before New Mexico State got on the board in the fourth quarter on a three-yard Marquell Colston run. Nebraska ran for 330 yards and outgained the Aggies 553 yards to 339. NMSU safety Derrick Richardson made 17 tackles.
Player of the game:
Nebraska RB Marlon Lucky ran 15 times for 103 yards and two touchdowns, and caught three passes for 21 yards. He also threw a 20-yard touchdown pass.
Stat Leaders: Nebraska
- Passing: Joe Ganz, 13-17, 158 yds, 1 TD
Rushing: Marlon Lucky, 15-103, 2 TD. Receiving: Todd Peterson, 4-34
New Mexico State - Passing: Chase Holbrook, 15-30, 142 yds, 2 INT
Rushing: Marquell Colston, 8-45, 1 TD. Receiving: Chris Williams, 4-42
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... The New Mexico State offense has had all off-season, and a few more weeks, to prepare for this game against Nebraska. It had game film on a Husker team that should be looking a little bit ahead to a battle with Virginia Tech. The offense still didn’t work. There are too many veterans and too much talent to come up with just 225 passing yards. The O line didn’t do a good job, and the O struggled to keep things moving.

2008 Recruiting Class

Star of the Class

Nick Paden, LB, 6-3, 235, Folsom, Calif. (Butte JC)
Paden spent two years at Butte Junior College as one of their starting linebackers. This past season, Paden led the team with 71 tackles, grabbing five sacks and 10 tackles-for-a-loss. He helped Butte to a 7-4 overall record in 2007 and a Stockman’s Bowl game win over Delta College. He was named the teams most valuable defensive player and earned honorable mention all-Northern California Conference honors. As a freshman, Paden was named most valuable defensive player and also earned first team all-Northern California Conference.

Potential Instant Impact Players

Marquell Colston, RB, 5-9, 205, Modesto, Calif. (Modesto JC)
Colston led Modesto Junior College in rushing in 2007 with 951 yards rushing. He also recorded 492 yards receiving and 96 in return yardage, tallying a total of 1,534 all-purpose yards on the season. Marquell is Modesto’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards with 2,370 yards in just two seasons. His freshman year, Marquell rushed for 484 yards and had 100 yards receiving. He helped Modesto to a championship season in 2007

Joe Suder, OL, 6-6, 330, Santa Rosa, Calif. (Arizona Western)
Suder was Arizona Western’s top offensive lineman in 2007 as he was named to the 2007 NJCAA all-Region first team. He was just one of two Arizona Western players to earn that honor. Suder helped the Matadors rush for 1,361 yards, pass for 1,434 yards and average 279.4 yards a game of total offense. The Matadors also averaged 20.4 points per game. Suder blocked for quarterback Will Brogan who threw for 1,265 yards in nine games and 10 touchdowns. He also earned Academic All-American honors in 2007. Joe was a two-year letterman at Bishop Manogue Catholic under Joe Cellers. As a senior, he recorded 46 tackles, 13 sacks and eight fumble recoveries before suffering a season-ending injury in the eighth game of the year. Joe received first team all-conference, all-region and all-state honors for his efforts during his senior season. In his junior season, Joe picked up 56 tackles, 10 sacks and one interception as his team went 12-0 and captured the state championship. He also participated in skiing and track and field and guided the track and field team to back-to-back state titles in 2003 and 2004 while earning the state individual crown in the shot put both years. Joe was also a member of the National Honor Society.

Rest of the Class

David Norman, OL, 6-5, 300, Poway, Calif. (San Diego Mesa)
Jason Scott, LB, 5-10, 200, Chino Hills, Calif. (Pasadena CC)
Ruben Martinez, FB, 6-1, 200, Los Alamos, N.M. (Los Alamos HS)
Todd Lee, RB/WR, 5-9, 175 , Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS)
Donavan Roberts, RB, 6-0, 193, Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS)
Victor Johnson, DB/RB, 5-11, 200, San Diego, Calif. (Mission Bay HS)
Jordan Davenport, K, 5-10, 170, Plano, Texas (Plano West HS)
Anthony Smith, DT, 6-1, 220, Mesa, Ariz. (Red Mountain HS)
Jeremy Little, WR, 6-1, 180, Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian)

Signed with the Aggies in mid-December
Seth Smith, RB, 5-9, 200, Oakland, Calif. (College of Sequoias)
Marcus Anderson, WR, 5-7, 170 , Austin, Texas (Pasadena City College)
Chris Romero, DT, 6-4, 257, Las Vegas, Nev. (Snow College)
Justen Alford, LB, 6-1, 221, Dillion, S.C. (Feather River College)
Jonathan Davis, DT, 6-3, 256, Marion, S.C. (Feather River College)
LaVorick Williams, WR, 6-3, 178, Odessa, Texas (Permian HS)

2007 Recap

Recap: After a third consecutive losing season, folks around Las Cruces are beginning to wonder when Hal Mumme’s Air Raid offense is going to produce more than just a lot of fancy passing statistics.  While the Aggies flashed promise at 4-4, a nasty five-game losing streak to close out the year was a stark reminder just how far the program must travel before being competitive in the WAC.  New Mexico State was once again among the nation’s leaders in passing, but it wasn’t enough to compensate for a defense that yielded almost 40 points a game to FBS opponents.

Offensive Player of the Year:
WR Chris Williams

Defensive Player of the Year: LB Dante Floyd

Biggest Surprise: Beating rival UTEP, 29-24, on Sept. 15.  The Miners have had the Aggies’ number of late, but on this night, the underdog reigned supreme, getting a couple of long touchdown passes from Chase Holbrook to Williams in the decisive final quarter.   

Biggest Disappointment: When Utah State traveled to New Mexico on Nov. 17, it hadn’t won a football game in more than a year.  In the battle of the Aggies, however, Utah State came out on top, extending New Mexico State’s skid to four games with a 35-17 upset win.

Looking Ahead: Holbrook and a few of his top pass-catchers return, which means New Mexico State will be a dangerous opponent once again in 2008.  However, if considerable progress can’t be made on defense, the Aggies could be staring at no better than another four-win season.

   

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