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2013 New Mexico Lobos football
ConferenceMountain West Conference
DivisionMountain Division
2013 record3–9 (1–7 MW)
Head coachBob Davie (2nd season)
Offensive coordinatorBob DeBesse (2nd season)
Offensive schemePistol/Multiple
Defensive coordinatorJeff Mills (2nd season)
Base defense3–4
Home stadiumUniversity Stadium
(Capacity: 39,224)
Seasons
← 2012
2014 →
2013 Mountain West Conference football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Mountain
Air Force   0 0         0 0  
Boise State   0 0         0 0  
Colorado State   0 0         0 0  
New Mexico   0 0         0 0  
Utah State   0 0         0 0  
Wyoming   0 0         0 0  
West
Fresno State   0 0         0 0  
Hawaiʻi   0 0         0 0  
Nevada   0 0         0 0  
San Diego State   0 0         0 0  
San Jose State   0 0         0 0  
UNLV   0 0         0 0  
Championship: December 7, 2013
As of December 31, 2012 • Rankings from AP Poll

The 2013 New Mexico Lobos football team represented the University of New Mexico in the 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Lobos were led by second-year head coach Bob Davie. They played their home games at University Stadium and were members of the Mountain Division of the Mountain West Conference. They finished the season 3–9, 1–7 in Mountain West play to finish in sixth place in the Mountain Division.

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
August 316:00 p.m.UTSA*KASYL 13–2126,311[1]
September 76:00 p.m.at UTEP*FCSW 42–35 OT34,907
September 1410:30 a.m.at Pittsburgh*ESPN3L 27–4940,249
September 286:00 p.m.UNLV
  • University Stadium
  • Albuquerque, NM
L 42–5623,639
October 55:00 p.m.New Mexico State*
RTRMW 66–1729,749
October 121:30 p.m.at WyomingRTRML 31–3822,853
October 197:00 p.m.Utah State
  • University Stadium
  • Albuquerque, NM
RTRML 10–4519,739
November 26:00 p.m.at San Diego StateRTRML 30–3535,890
November 87:00 p.m.Air Force
  • University Stadium
  • Albuquerque, NM
ESPNUW 45–3721,833
November 165:00 p.m.Colorado State
  • University Stadium
  • Albuquerque, NM
RTRML 42–6619,376
November 235:00 p.m.at No. 15 Fresno StateESPNewsL 28–6941,031
November 308:15 p.m.at Boise StateESPN2L 17–4531,645
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Game summariesEdit

UTSAEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Roadrunners 0 7 7 7 21
Lobos 6 7 0 0 13




Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting

at UTEPEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 7 14 0 14 42
Miners 0 21 7 7 35




Overall record Last meeting Result
42–31–3 2010 UTEP, 38–20

at PittsburghEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 3 3 14 7 27
Panthers 21 14 7 7 49




Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting

UNLVEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Rebels 14 21 7 14 56
Lobos 21 14 7 0 42




Overall record Last meeting Result
10–10 2012 UNLV, 35–7

New Mexico StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Aggies 0 14 3 0 17
Lobos 21 21 10 14 66




Overall record Last meeting Result
67–31–5 2012 UNM, 27–14

at WyomingEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 0 3 14 14 31
Cowboys 14 7 3 14 38




Overall record Last meeting Result
31–34 2012 WYO, 28–23

Utah StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Aggies 17 14 7 7 45
Lobos 0 3 0 7 10




Overall record Last meeting Result
11–8 2003 UNM, 34–7

at San Diego StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 7 0 10 13 30
Aztecs 14 0 7 14 35




Overall record Last meeting Result
15–23 2011 SDSU, 35–7

Air ForceEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 0 14 14 9 37
Lobos 14 7 14 10 45




Overall record Last meeting Result
10–20 2012 AFA, 28–23

Colorado StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Rams 14 17 14 21 66
Lobos 7 14 21 0 42




Overall record Last meeting Result
25–35 2012 CSU, 24–20

at Fresno StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 0 0 21 7 28
#15 Bulldogs 14 21 28 6 69




Overall record Last meeting Result
4–9 2012 FRES, 49–32

at Boise StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 7 0 3 7 17
Broncos 14 7 7 17 45




Overall record Last meeting Result
0–4 2012 BSU, 32–29

2013 Annual team awardsEdit

2004 Emerald Bowl Navy-New Mexico run

The Lobos in action against Navy

Each year members of the Lobos football team who distinguished themselves during the football season are honored at the Lobos Annual Football Awards Banquet. For the 2013 football season, the following team members were honored: Bill Brannin Most Valuable Player Award: Kasey Carrier; Reese Hill Offensive Most Valuable Player Award: Kasey Carrier; Clyde Hill Most Improved Player Award: Cole Gautsche; Colonel H.J. Golightly Defensive Most Valuable Player Award: Dallas Bollema; Chuck Cummins Most Inspirational Player Award: Dillon Farrell; 1st Team Award (Unselfish Devotion to the Team): Mat McBain; Outstanding Special Teams Player: Carlos Wiggins; Most Valuable Offensive Scout Team Player Award: Romell Jordan; Most Valuable Defensive Scout Team Player Award: Tayo Adewon; The Red Menace Award: Dillon Farrell; New Mexico Man Award: Reece White; Academic Achievement Award: Garrett Adcock; Academic Most Improved Award: Devonta Tabannah; Big Brother of the Year Award: Dillon Farrell.

About the Clyde and Reese Hill awards: The Hill brothers were members of the Lobos football team prior to WWII (Clyde, 1941; Reese, 1939–1941). Both men were described by UNM coaches as extraordinary athletes. Clyde came to UNM after serving in the U.S. Marines where he was a boxing champion. At UNM, he was a member of the university boxing team and made the football team as a walk-on. Reese came to UNM as a highly touted recruit. A "legend" in northern New Mexico high school sports, he lettered in four sports at St. Michael's High School in Santa Fe. While at UNM, he was a member of the university's track, basketball and football teams. The Hill brothers were described by a contemporary as being "He-Men, the kind of men who could throw you across a room." After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Clyde and Reese left UNM to enlist in the military. Clyde died as a U.S. Marine F4U fighter pilot at Okinawa with the rank of Captain, while Reese—a U.S. Army 1st Lt. and glider pilot—survived the invasion of Normandy only to be killed when his glider was shot down over the Netherlands.

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