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AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Still stinging from back-to-back losses to the Mountain West’s other heavyweights, the New Mexico Lobos are taking out their frustrations on everyone else.
The Lobos got 13 points from both Drew Gordon and Kendall Williams Tuesday night when they handed Air Force an 81-42 drubbing, its most lopsided home loss ever.
With their third straight double-digit win, the Lobos (18-4, 4-2) moved within a half-game of conference co-leaders No. 11 UNLV and No. 17 San Diego State, the two schools that handed them early losses in league play.
“Those two letdowns obviously showed us what we need to work on,” Gordon said.
And they’ve worked on those things very well, indeed.
“I’m very pleased with this team,” Lobos coach Steve Alford said. “We’ve had one bad week and really the bad week was a bad half, the second half of both games. Other than that, this team from Thanksgiving week on, when we were in L.A., has gotten better and better, and tonight we clicked on all cylinders.
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