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New Mexico Bowl notes





 
New Mexico Bowl notes

 

Nevada Post-Game Notes

New Mexico Bowl vs. New Mexico, Dec. 22, 2007

 

 

Nevada’s streak of not being shut out ended at 329 games. It was the longest active streak in the nation and the second-longest streak in college football.

 

Junior running back Luke Lippincott on Nevada’s single-season rushing list.

 

Lippincott moved into fifth-place in single-season rushing attempts.

 

Senior Justin Jackson picked off a Donovan Porterie pass in the second quarter for Jackson’s first career interception.

 

Junior Uche Anyanwu forced a fumble and recovered a fumble during the game, the first of each for him this season.

 

Freshman cornerback Kenny Viser recorded the first blocked kick of his career when he blocked a field goal attempt in the first half.

 

Nevada blocked two field goals in the game as senior nose guard Matt Hines blocked one in the third quarter.

 

Nevada was shut out in the first half for the first time since Nov. 25, 2006 (vs. Boise State).

 

Sophomore Ken Ackerman started at center for the second straight game as junior Dominic Green was unavailable with an ankle injury.

 

New Mexico won the coin toss and elected to receive. Nevada defended the north goal to start the game.

 

 


 

 

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