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LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Lobo coach Bob Davie addressed a portion of the Mountain West media Tuesday, saying "the past doesn't have to dictate the future."
However, the past that saw the University of New Mexico win three games in three seasons surely was a consideration for the media at the Mountain West Football Media Day, which picked the Lobos to finish last in the 10-team MW race of 2012.
"I think it's a factor that we haven't performed well in the past," said Lobo quarterback B.R. Holbrook.
If a chip on the shoulder is a good thing for a football team to carry into the 2012 season, the Lobos and were handed a huge chip by the MW media.
The new-look, restructured Mountain West has three new football programs in the mix this year, but for the third consecutive season the Lobos were picked to finish in the league's cellar.
"But if you want different results, you had better change how you do things," Davie said. "That's what I've talked to our team about. We had better change everything that has been done from A to Z, if we don't want the same results. And that's what we've been trying to do."
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