Nov. 13, 2012
New Mexico Game Notes
The Last Meeting
October 15, 2011
Wolf Pack Crushes New Mexico, 49-7
Stefphon Jefferson led the Wolf Pack in rushing yards with 108, plus a touchdown. Nevada totaled 338 yards on the ground to rise above New Mexico 49-7 on Saturday.
Nevada (6-4, 3-3) vs. New Mexico (4-7, 1-5)
Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012 – 12:30 p.m. PT
University Stadium – Albuquerque, N.M.
RADIO: Wolf Pack Radio Network (Flagship: ESPN Radio 94.5 FM/630 AM) with Ryan Radtke (PxP) and Chris Vargas (analyst). Pre-game show with the broadcast crew begins 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
TV: Comcast New Mexico with Rich Cellini (PxP) and Ted Sundquist (analyst) and J.P. Murrieta (sidelines). The game will also air in Northern Nevada exclusively on Charter.
STREAMING: Nevada’s radio broadcast is also available at www.NevadaWolfPack.tv.
SERIES HISTORY: New Mexico leads 2-1-1.
LAST MEETING: Nevada won 49-7 in Reno on Oct. 15, 2011.
Looking to snap a three-game skid, the Nevada football team hits the road to take on New Mexico on Saturday … Nevada is 3-1 in road games this year … The Wolf Pack has the nation’s leading rusher in Doak Walker semifinalist Stefphon Jefferson … Nevada tight end Zach Sudfeld was named this week a semifinalist for the John Mackey Award … Nevada offensive lineman Chris Barker can break a school record with his 51st career start this weekend as he has started 50 consecutive games (all 50 games of his career) … Barker and Jeff Nady – the left side of Nevada’s offensive line – have combined to start 83 games in their careers … Nevada receiver Brandon Wimberly has caught a pass in all 37 games of his career – the sixth-longest streak in the nation … Nevada was picked second in the Mountain West in preseason voting by the league’s media, behind Boise State … The Wolf Pack had four players named to the Preseason All-MW team in offensive linemen Jeff Nady and Chris Barker, defensive tackle Jack Reynoso and safety Duke Williams ... Nevada returns 13 starters (6/6/1) from last year’s team that finished second in the WAC and went to the Sheraton Hawai`i Bowl and 31 overall letterwinners.
TV INFO FOR THIS GAME
The game is being produced and broadcast on Comcast New Mexico. Charter Communications will carry the exclusive broadcast of the game in Northern NEvada. It will be on Charter channel 3 in Reno, Fallon, Fernley, Silver Springs and Lake Tahoe. In the Carson City and Gardnerville areas, the game will be carried on Charter 15.
Complete game notes are available via the links above.