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In the UTEP football film rooms, there is a good chance that the pick of the week is a documentary on the study of Lobos from New Mexico.
In the film rooms at New Mexico, the Lobos might be studying the same film because the era of Sean Kugler football at UTEP has no documented history.
It doesn’t begin until the Lobos and the Miners kick off in the Sun Bowl at 6 p.m. Saturday.
In a way, this gives the Miners an edge.
Sure, they haven’t had a game to figure out the good and the bad in their team and iron out some wrinkles. However, they can take a hard look at the Lobos they plan to beat in Kugler’s debut.
And thanks to the Roadrunners from San Antonio, they have some solid data from which to work.
They can zoom in on what UTSA did to stuff the Lobos’ inside running game. They have a short series to give them a bit on insight on what to do with Clayton Mitchem, who should replace sophomore Cole Gautsche in the huddle.
Gautsche is expected to sit out this game while recovering from concussion symptoms.
But what do the Lobos know about Kugler’s Miners? Has he changed the UTEP attack since leaving the NFL and dropping down to Miner ball?
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