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2018 Schedule
7-6, 5th in Sun Belt
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46dMark Schlabach

Introducing the ESPN All-Bowl team

Not surprisingly, Alabama and Georgia dominate the top performances from bowl season. But they're not the only ones who starred during the postseason.

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Utah State's Savon Scarver set an Arizona Bowl record this afternoon by returning a kick 96 yards for a score in the first quarter. The record stood for 14 seconds before New Mexico State's Jason Huntley ran back the next kick for 100 yards.

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New Mexico State ends 57-year bowl drought

Tyler Rogers passed for 451 yards and led a drive that brought New Mexico State back into the lead in the final minute in a 22-17 win over South Alabama on Saturday that made the Aggies eligible for their first bowl since 1960.

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New Mexico State holds off Idaho 17-10

Larry Rose III carried 22 times for 100 yards and two touchdowns and New Mexico State rang up a school-record 11 sacks in its 17-10 victory over Idaho.

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Lomax rips ball free and recovers (0:35)
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Louisiana's Huntley streaks for 97-yard kick return TD (1:13)
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104dWill Harris

CFB betting look for Week 12

In the Week 12 college football look-ahead, Will Harris explains why he's selling on one of the best stories of the year, examines one of this week's SEC tilts with an eye toward Week 13, and explores the November phenomenon of scoreboard-watching.

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Texas State's Twyford wide open for a 69-yard TD (0:57)
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Field gaining on Rudolph

Mason Rudolph and Will Grier aired it out against each other last week, with the Cowboys earning the win. Lamar Jackson gained some ground with his 330 yards in the loss to Wake Forest. Meanwhile, Nick Stevens and Tyler Rogers had subpar days in Week 9, with both throwing more INTs than TDs.

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Hansen and Murray put Arkansas State back up (0:21)
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New Mexico St. rallies to down Georgia Southern 35-27

Tyler Rogers threw for 382 yards and three touchdowns and wide receiver Conner Cramer threw a go-ahead touchdown off a lateral early in the fourth quarter to lead New Mexico State past Georgia Southern 35-27 on Saturday night.

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Rogers third TD pass extends the Aggie's lead (0:24)
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Rogers answers with the big play for New Mexico State (0:30)
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Appy State picks off 6 passes, beats NM State 45-31

Jalin Moore, who ran for 241 yards, and Terrence Upshaw rushed for two touchdowns apiece, Clifton Duck and Tae Hayes each had three interceptions and Appalachian State defeated New Mexico State 45-31 on Saturday.