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Today's Sports

  • Women's basketball: Lobos...

    The University of New Mexico women’s basketball team will host Texas Tech Friday for the regular season opener in the newly renovated Pit at 7 p.m.
    This will be the fourth consecutive year that the Lobos open the season at home. Friday’s game will be broadcast live on 610 AM The Sports Animal. Gametracker and video streaming will also be provided via GoLobos.com.
    The Lobos continue playing at home throughout the month of November. New Mexico will host University of California-Irvine Nov. 15 and California on Nov. 20.

  • Volleyball: Pojoaque wins pool,...

    The Pojoaque Elks volleyball team emerged as the top team out of the Class AAA pool play Thursday morning.

    The Elks, the defending Class AAA champions and the No. 1-seeded team in the tournament, topped Silver and Las Vegas Robertson in pool play Thursday morning. The Elks advance to play the winner between Ruidoso and Shiprock Friday morning.

    The Class AAA tournament is being played at the Star Center in Rio Rancho.

    Other pool winners in that tournament include St. Michael's, Portales and Hatch Valley.

  • Football: New Mexico Bowl...

    ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — The expanded Pac-12 has agreed to send a team to the New Mexico Bowl in 2012 and 2013, pending approval by the NCAA's licensing committee, to play a Mountain West opponent.

    Officials made the announcement Wednesday. The bowl's executive director, Jeff Siembieda, calls it a great opportunity for football fans in New Mexico.

    The Pac-10 is expanding its membership next season from 10 schools to 12, picking up Colorado and Utah.

  • Volleyball: Toppers on a roll...

    Garry Maskaly thought his team would do a little better in the pool play round of the 2009 state Class AAAA volleyball tournament.
    At first, Maskaly wondered why his team was struggling with two teams it shouldn’t have had nearly as much trouble with as it did. The next day, the answer became clear.

  • Football: Auburn coach says...

    AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — The Auburn Tigers found themselves defending quarterback Cam Newton for the second time in five days, this time adamantly sticking up for the Heisman hopeful in the wake of allegations of academic cheating when he was at Florida.

  • Volleyball: LA gets No. 4 seed...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper volleyball team is the top seed in Pool D for the 2010 state playoffs.
    The state Class AAAA playoffs will start Thursday at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho.
    Los Alamos, the District 2AAAA champion, earned a No. 4 overall seed in the state tournament, which gets going with the pool play round Thursday. In its pool, it will face fifth-seeded Piedra Vista and 12th-seeded Aztec.

  • Football: Toppers left out of...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper football team’s push in the last three games of the regular season didn’t seem to impress the New Mexico Activities Association.
    The Hilltoppers were left out of the postseason draw in Class AAAA for 2010. The NMAA released the state playoff brackets this weekend.

  • Basketball: LA girls ranked 9th...

    Exactly one week following the official opening of the New Mexico prep basketball preseason, the New Mexico High School Coaches Association put out its preseason top 10 rankings.
    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls basketball team got a top-10 nod in the preseason top 10, while the Hilltopper boys basketball team earned nary a sniff.
    The Hilltopper girls, who advanced to the Class AAAA state quarterfinals last season, finished in the ninth spot in the 2010-11 preseason voting.

  • Football: Steelers hold on for...

    CINCINNATI (AP) — The ball headed straight for Jordan Shipley. So did James Harrison.

    Care to guess which one won?

    The often-fined Harrison lowered his shoulder and helped knock the ball loose from Shipley near the 5-yard line on Cincinnati's final play, preserving a 27-21 victory over the Bengals on Monday night that left the AFC North with an old, familiar look.

  • 1-win Dallas Cowboys fire coach

    IRVING, Texas (AP) — Jerry Jones never wanted to change coaches this season. As the blowout losses mounted, and Wade Phillips' defense was mostly to blame, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys had no choice.

    Jones fired Phillips on Monday and promoted offensive coordinator Jason Garrett to take his place on an interim basis. Defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni was promoted to replace Phillips' other role as defensive coordinator.