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2022 New Mexico Bowl Ticket Sales On Sale


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Sept. 6, 2022

 

 2022 New Mexico Bowl Ticket Sales On Sale

 

Discounted tickets offered for first week of public sale

 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Bowl is launching ticket sales for the 2022 edition of the annual game with discounted prices.

 

Tickets for the promotion include the Lower Bowl tickets for $30 (normally $40) and North End Zone General Admission tickets for $20 (normally $25). These discounted prices are available, Tuesday, September 6 – Monday, September 12.

 

The offer is valid online at newmexicobowl.com or golobos.com/tickets, at the UNM Ticket office, located in the Northeast corner of The Pit, or by phone at the UNM ticket office (925-5626) or the New Mexico Bowl office (925-5999).

 

The 17th annual New Mexico Bowl is once again igniting the collegiate bowl postseason, playing on the opening Saturday as it has since 2008. The game is scheduled to feature a member of the Mountain West and the ESPN Bowl Selection Pool.

 

Kickoff in University Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M., is slated for Saturday, Dec. 17. It will air on ESPN and ESPN Radio at 12:15 p.m. MST (2:15 p.m. EST).

 

2022 New Mexico Bowl To Be Played December 17

17th Annual Game to be played at University Stadium at 12:15 MT and televised on ESPN

 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The 2022 college bowl season will return to Albuquerque, N.M. for the 17th annual New Mexico Bowl on Saturday, December 17 from University Stadium on the campus of the University of New Mexico. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:15 p.m. MT with the game to be televised on ESPN.

 

“We look forward to once again helping kick off college football’s post season in Albuquerque with the New Mexico Bowl,” said Executive Director Jeff Siembieda. “Welcoming top teams, student-athletes and fans to enjoy all that our beautiful state and city have to offer has become a tradition as we showcase the Land of Enchantment on the first Saturday of Bowl Season.”

 

The game, which has been played on the opening Saturday of Bowl Season 15 of the last 16 years, is slated to feature a team from the Mountain West Conference and a team from the conference pool of Conference USA, the American Athletic Conference, the Sun Belt Conference or the Mid-American Conference. Fresno State of the Mountain West defeated UTEP of Conference USA in the 2021 edition of the New Mexico Bowl to claim a fourth straight victory for the conference.

 

ESPN Events

 

ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of collegiate sporting events nationwide. In 2022, the 32- event schedule includes three early-season college football kickoff games, 17 college bowl games, 11 college basketball events, and a college softball event, which account for approximately 400 hours of live programming, while reaching nearly 64 million viewers and attracting over 800,000 annual attendees. With satellite offices in more than 10 cities across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans. For more information, visit the official website, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube pages

Fresno State 31, UTEP 24 — 2021 PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  (AP) — — Jordan Mims ran for 165 yards and two touchdown and caught five passes for 71 yards and another score to help Fresno State beat UTEP 31-24 on Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl.

 

Fresno State (10-3) won the bowl game for the first time in three tries.

 

Jake Haener was 26 of 41 for 286 yards and a touchdown. His status had been somewhat in doubt when he briefly entered the transfer portal after coach Kalen DeBoer took the job at Washington.

 

Mims’ 22-yard catch and run late in third quarter gave the Bulldogs a 26-17 lead.

 

The Miners (7-6) pulled to 26-24 early in the fourth quarter on Calvin Brownholtz’s 51-yard touchdown pass to Trent Thompson.

 

But Fresno State got a field goal, followed by a UTEP safety, before the Bulldogs ran out the clock.

 

UTEP’s Gavin Hardison threw for 252 yards and a touchdown.

 

UTEP has lost the New Mexico Bowl in all three of its appearances and has a seven-game bowl losing streak dating to 1967.

 

TAKEAWAY

 

Fresno State: The Bulldogs will be spending the offseason readjusting to new/old coach Jeff Tedford, who returns following a two-year, health-related absence after coaching the team from 2017-19.

 

UTEP: With Hardison having at least two seasons of eligibility remaining, as well top running back Ronald Awatt and top receiver Jacob Cowing, also scheduled to return, UTEP is well positioned for next next season.

 

Game Notes >

 

Game Stats >

UTEP and Fresno State to face-off in PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl

Miners and Bulldogs will meet Dec. 18 on ESPN and ESPN Radio for 16th annual Bowl in Albuquerque

 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of Texas-El Paso and Fresno State have been selected to participate in the 16th annual PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl. The game will be played Saturday, Dec. 18 at 12:15 pm MT at University Stadium in Albuquerque and will be televised nationally on ESPN and broadcast on ESPN Radio.

 

Fresno State enters the game having won five of its last six games en route to a 9-3 record on the year and a second-place finish in the West Division of the Mountain West Conference. This is the third appearance by the Bulldogs in the New Mexico Bowl and the 30th overall bowl appearance in program history.

 

“The Fresno State Bulldogs are a power again and we very excited to welcome them back to Albuquerque,” said Executive Director Jeff Siembieda. “This is a talented and entertaining football team that has been impressive all season. With an incredibly passionate fan base and one of the best teams on the West Coast, we are in for a great show.”

 

UTEP went 7-5 in the 2021 campaign, matching their highest win total since the 2014 season, which saw the Miners appear in the New Mexico Bowl as well. UTEP will play in its 15th bowl game in program history. Making their third trip to the New Mexico Bowl, the Miners are looking for their first win in postseason action since the 1967 Sun Bowl.

 

“We are looking forward to welcoming the Miners and their fans back to the post-season and back to the PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl,” said Siembieda. “Dana Dimel has done a terrific job with an exciting football team, and they’re in the midst of a special season.”

 

The New Mexico Bowl has also come to an agreement with PUBG MOBILE, the popular free-to-play battle royale video game, for the 16th iteration of the New Mexico Bowl to be named the PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl.

 

“Since PUBG MOBILE has had over a billion downloads worldwide and an esports community in the tens of millions, we think that our community’s passion for competitive action matches perfectly with championship college football,” said Anthony Crouts, Senior Director of Marketing, PUBG MOBILE. “We can’t wait to have these two worlds combine in the 2021 PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl.”

 

Tickets are available online at newmexicobowl.com or unmtickets.com, at the UNM Ticket office, located in the Northeast corner of The Pit, or by phone at the UNM ticket office (925-5626) or the New Mexico Bowl office (925-5999).

 

About PUBG MOBILE

PUBG MOBILE is based on PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS, the phenomenon that took the world of interactive entertainment by storm in 2017. Up to 100 players parachute onto a remote island to battle in a winner-takes-all showdown. Players must locate and scavenge their own weapons, vehicles, and supplies, and defeat every player in a visually and tactically rich battleground that forces players into a shrinking play zone.

 

For more information, please visit the official PUBG MOBILE social channels on Facebook, InstagramTwitter and YouTube.

ESPN Events
ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of 35 collegiate sporting events nationwide. The roster includes five early-season college football games, 17 college bowl games, 12 college basketball events, and a college softball event, which accounts for approximately 400 hours of live programming, reaches nearly 64 million viewers and attracts over 800,000 attendees each year. With satellite offices in 10 markets across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.

 

ESPN Events also manages the Big 12 Corporate Partner Program.

 

For more information, visit the official website, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube pages.

 

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16th Annual New Mexico Bowl to be played December 18

Game set for 12:15 p.m. MT / 2:15 p.m. ET kickoff

 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. –The 16th annual New Mexico Bowl is scheduled to be played on Saturday, Dec. 18, at 12:15 p.m. MT /2:15 p.m. ET at University Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M. The game will air live on ESPN and ESPN Radio.

 

“We are really excited to be back home to host the New Mexico Bowl in University Stadium again,” said Jeff Siembieda, New Mexico Bowl executive director. “With the game returning to its traditional spot on the first Saturday of Bowl Season, we’re looking forward to celebrating New Mexico, Albuquerque, college football and the people who have been so essential in getting us to this point. ”

 

The New Mexico Bowl is one of 17 bowl games owned and operated by ESPN Events, a division of ESPN.

 

ESPN Events 
ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of 34 collegiate sporting events nationwide. The roster includes five early-season college football games, 17 college bowl games, 11 college basketball events and a college softball event, which accounts for approximately 400 hours of live programming, reaches nearly 64 million viewers and attracts over 800,000 attendees each year. With satellite offices in more than 10 markets across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.

 

For more information, visit the official websiteFacebookTwitter or YouTube pages.

 

 

2021-22 BOWL SEASON SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

DALLAS (May 27, 2021) — Bowl Season today announced the complete 2021-22 college football bowl schedule, which includes 44 games, beginning December 17. All games will be televised on the ABC and ESPN family of networks, with one bowl on CBS and another on FOX. Two bowl games still have networks and times to be determined.

Bowl matchups will be revealed on Sunday, December 5, following the regular season and conference championship games. Bowl Season culminates with the 2021 College Football Playoff (CFP) National Championship, scheduled to be played on Monday, January 10, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on ESPN.

“We are thrilled to have a full slate of bowl games scheduled for next season,” said Nick Carparelli, executive director of Bowl Season. “Last year dealt us many challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we have expectations that stadiums will be operating at full capacity again which will undoubtedly mean a memorable experience for student-athletes, fans, universities and communities. College football and Bowl Season is back, and we couldn’t be more excited.”

While many sporting events were cancelled last season due to the pandemic, 26 of the bowl games were able to remain scheduled and played, mainly due to the flexibility and cooperation of the conferences and bowl partners, and the dedication and commitment of the many players, coaches and team staff.

 

The complete 2021-22 Bowl Season schedule can be found below.

 

Hawai’i Beats Houston 28-14 in 2020 New Mexico Bowl

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Chevan Cordeiro threw three first-half touchdown passes and Calvin Turner had two long scoring plays to help Hawaii beat Houston 28-14 on Thursday in the New Mexico Bowl.

 

The game was moved to Frisco from its usual location in Albuquerque because of COVID-19 restrictions in New Mexico.

 

Hawaii (5-4) gave first-year coach Todd Graham his 100th career victory. He previously coached at Rice, Tulsa, Pittsburgh and Arizona State.

 

The Rainbow Warriors had a winning record for the third season in a row, the first time they’ve done that since 2001-04. Houston (3-5) has consecutive losing seasons for the first time since 2000-02.

 

Cordeiro completed 15 of 23 passes for 136 yards and had eight carries for 33 yards.

 

Houston’s Clayton Tune was 20 of 38 for 216 yards with two touchdown and three interceptions.

 

Hawaii raced to a 21-0 lead in the first half, with Cordeiro throwing scoring passes of 3 yards to Dae Dae Hunter, 75 yards to Turner, and 4 yards to Jonah Laulu.

 

Houston rallied with two touchdowns in the third quarter, with Tune throwing a 7-yard scoring pass to Nathaniel Dell and a 26-yarder to Christian Trahan.

 

After Trahan’s score, Turner returned the kickoff 92 yards to cap the scoring.

 

Houston & Hawai’i to Play in the 2020 New Mexico Bowl

Cougars and Rainbow Warriors to play Christmas Eve on ESPN

Albuquerque, NM – The University of Houston and University of Hawai’i will face off in the 2020 New Mexico Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 24. The 15th annual bowl game, which will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m MT, at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX, is scheduled to be the only bowl game played on Christmas Eve.

 

The game, which was relocated due to COVID-19 restrictions in New Mexico, will air live on ESPN and ESPN Radio.

 

“We are excited to host the Houston Cougars and Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors both making their first appearance in our game,” said New Mexico Bowl Executive Director Jeff Siembieda. “This should be a really exciting and fun matchup for the New Mexico Bowl and we are looking forward to hosting these two tremendous programs and their fans in Frisco.”

 

The Cougars dropped their final scheduled game of the 2020 regular season at Memphis on Saturday in dramatic fashion to finish 3-4 on the year. Quarterback Clayton Tune leads the nation’s 39th best scoring offense (32.3 ppg) averaging 261.7 passing yards (25th in FBS) in the seven contests.

 

Houston will make its 28th all-time appearance in a bowl game and first in the New Mexico Bowl. This will be seventh bowl appearance for the Cougars in the last eight seasons and the 14th since the year 2000. Houston also represents the first team from the American Athletic Conference to play in the New Mexico Bowl. The AAC joins teams from the Mountain West, Pac-12, WAC, Conference USA and MAC to appear in the contest.

 

The Rainbow Warriors enter the Christmas Eve matchup having won two of their last three games en route to a 4-4 campaign in 2020. Quarterback Chevan Cordeiro paces both the Hawai’i passing and rushing attacks, amassing 299.6 total yards per game which is 21st in FBS. The Rainbow Warriors are averaging 33.75 points in their four victories.

 

Hawai’i will make is 14th bowl game appearance, first in the New Mexico Bowl and only the third bowl game on the mainland in program history (1992 Holiday Bowl, 2007 Sugar Bowl)

 

Tickets to the New Mexico Bowl can be purchased by going to https://newmexicobowl.com/get-tickets/ or via telephone at (855) 492-8053.  Phone orders may be placed Monday-Saturday (9 a.m. – 9 p.m. CT) and Sunday (10 a.m. – 6 p.m. CT).  All tickets will be mobile tickets through the AXS App, available for iOS and Android. Seating will be assigned in a socially distanced manner with ticket blocks being limited to accommodate a safe game experience.

 

COVID-19 Measures

All fans attending the 2020 New Mexico Bowl must adhere to Toyota Stadium’s COVID-19 safety protocols. These include but are not limited to following all social distancing guidelines and wearing a mask at all times except when eating or drinking. For a complete list of COVID-19 safety precautions, please visit ToyotaStadiumDallas.com/StadiumSafety.

 

ESPN Events
ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of 35 collegiate sporting events nationwide. The roster includes four early-season college football games, 17 college bowl games, 11 college basketball events, a college softball event and two college award shows, which accounts for approximately 400 hours of live programming, reaches nearly 64 million viewers and attracts over 800,000 attendees each year. With satellite offices in more than 10 markets across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.

 

For more information, visit the official websiteFacebookTwitter or YouTube pages.

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‘BOWL SEASON’ ANNOUNCED AS NEW NAME OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S POSTSEASON

Logo and visual identity developed for the annual “Celebration of College Football”

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | OCTOBER 23, 2020                                                      

CONTACT | Tony Fay PR, Tony Fay, 972.273.0794, tony@tonyfaypr.com

 

DALLAS, TEXAS (October 23, 2020) — The Football Bowl Association is getting a new name and brand: Bowl Season. The debut of the name change, logo and website for the organization is part of a major brand overhaul announced today by Executive Director Nick Carparelli.

 

The new Bowl Season tagline, “A Celebration of College Football,” embraces the grand tradition of the bowl system and its enduring value to student-athletes. Highlighting the broader university community, including spirit squads, marching bands, student athletic staff and fans, Bowl Season will work with all existing bowls to promote the benefits of the entire bowl system.

 

Carparelli has collaborated over the last six months with leaders of the 44 bowl games, each of the 10 FBS conferences, media partners and other stakeholders to build consensus and solidify plans for the new brand.

 

“For four decades, the Football Bowl Association has served as a staunch advocate of the bowl system,” said Carparelli. “But until now, it’s been a behind-the-scenes organization designed to facilitate conversation among bowl leadership and stakeholders.  Since joining the organization last spring, I’ve listened to our membership’s clear desire for a new identity– to rebrand the FBA to speak directly to those who love this sport.”

 

“The stretch from mid-December through the first week of January marks one of the most endlessly entertaining times on the sports calendar,” Carparelli continues.  “Footballs are flying morning, noon and night. It creates an opportunity to honor teams that have put in the work and provides an unforgettable victory lap for student-athletes. We’re excited to build up ‘Bowl Season’ as a true celebration of college football.”

 

The Bowl Season logo consists of a centrally-placed, collegiate-style football inside an overhead view of a stadium or bowl, from which the term “bowl game” was derived. The logo is also evocative of the top of championship rings, which are often awarded to teams that play in bowl games. The stadium contains 10 sections, each representing a conference member of the Football Bowl Subdivision: American Athletic Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12, Big 10, Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference, PAC 12, Southeastern Conference and Sun Belt Conference.

 

The new name and visual identity were developed by Connecticut-based 1919 Productions and Joe Bosack & Co.  Tony Fay Public Relations, based in Dallas, was hired to oversee communications efforts for the organization.

 

“Our goal was to create a new brand that is distinctive, ownable and clearly defines what Bowl Season is,” said Marc Jacobson, Owner, 1919 Productions. “The new name and logo taps into the passion and emotion of college football, which we think will resonate well with all parties involved.”

 

More information can be found at www.bowlseason.com.

 

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About Bowl Season

Bowl Season is the collective coalition of the 44 bowl games played in the traditional college football postseason. Dubbed “A Celebration of College Football,” Bowl Season promotes the grand tradition of the bowl system and its endearing value to student-athletes. It also highlights the broader university and college communities, including spirit squads, marching bands, athletic staff and fans. A nonprofit, Bowl Season spotlights the distinctiveness of each of the bowl games along with their histories and traditions, embracing and honoring the bowl experience for present and future generations.

 

2019 New Mexico Bowl – San Diego State University 48, Central Michigan 11

2019 NEW MEXICO BOWL (DECEMBER 21, 2019)
SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS (MOUNTAIN WEST) VS. CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS (MAC)
POSTGAME NOTES

 

GAME

Saturday’s attendance: 18,823

Saturday’s game marked the first meeting between San Diego State and Central Michigan.

In addition, Saturday marked the first appearance for Central Michigan in the New Mexico Bowl and in Albuquerque.

After SDSU’s 48-11 win, the Mountain West is now 9-5 in the New Mexico Bowl while the Mid-American Conference (MAC) is now 1-1.

For the seventh time in eight years, both teams scored in the first quarter (exception was 2017).

  • During that time-span, it is the fourth time that the first quarter ended with a 7-3 score (others occurred in 2016, 2015, 2014).
  • In each of those instances, the visiting team led 7-3 and went on to win the game.

SDSU led 20-3 at the half. Teams leading at the half are now 9-3 in bowl outcomes.

The 37-point margin is the second-largest behind the 39-point differential last season (Utah State).

CMU’s 11 points were the third-fewest in bowl history, while SDSU’s 48 points ties the third-most points scored in New Mexico Bowl history (Colorado State in 2013 and Nevada in 2012).

The eight first downs by Central Michigan ties the fewest number of first downs in New Mexico Bowl history (San José State, 2006).

The five takeaways by San Diego State were the most in New Mexico Bowl history.

It is the fourth time that a team has thrown three interceptions in the New Mexico Bowl, joining New Mexico (2015), Temple (2011) and UTEP (2010).

 

SAN DIEGO STATE (10-3 overall)

San Diego State is now 9-9 in bowl games following Saturday’s win.

The Aztecs have now made a bowl game in the last 10 seasons. This streak is the 11th-longest streak nationally and SDSU serves as the only team in the state of California – college or pro – to play in the postseason each of the last 10 years.

SDSU finished the season going 30-straight quarters without allowing more than one score, which is the longest active streak in the country.

San Diego State scored a season-high 48 points and its most points since scoring 42 against Nevada on Nov 18, 2017.

  • In addition, it is the second-most points SDSU has scored in a bowl game with the previous best being 49 points in the 2013 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, which came in a 49-24 win over Buffalo.

The 37-point difference also marked the latest margin of victory in a bowl game in SDSU history.

Five different Aztecs scored in the game: Jesse Matthews (twice), Jordan Byrd, TJ Sullivan, Chase Jasmin and Darren Hall each scored once.

SDSU has held every opponent this season below their point-average (Chippewa’s average: 31.9, scored 11).

 

INDIVIDUAL

Jesse Matthews’ 74-yard touchdown catch was the longest reception of the redshirt freshman’s career. Matthews also recorded his first collegiate touchdown to open the game’s scoring.

The fumble return by Darren Hall in the fourth quarter is the first defensive score in New Mexico Bowl history since 2006 when New Mexico recorded a safety.

Matt Araiza kicked a career-long 48-yard field goal in the second quarter, which tied John Baron II for the most field goals in a single-season in program history. He then broke the record (22) with 6:22 left in the second quarter to make it 13-3 Aztecs.

  • Araiza finished 7-10 when kicking a field goal between 40-49 yards.

Luc Barcoo’s interception in the second quarter was the 10th career interception for the senior, the ninth this season. His nine interceptions in 2019 are the most in a single-season since 1969 when SDSU moved to Division I, tied for first in the FBS and second in SDSU’s program history.

The interception by Tariq Thompson in the second quarter was his 11th career interception and fourth of the season.

Jordan Bryd’s 139 yards on the ground marked a career high for the Albuquerque native.

  • It is the second time this season that the running back ran for over 100 yards, with the other coming at New Mexico State on Sept. 14 (118 yards), giving him two career 100-yard rushing games, both on New Mexico soil. Byrd is a New Mexico  (Albuquerque) native.
  • Byrd tallied 53-yards in kickoff returns, including a career-best 34-yard return.

Punter Brandon Heicklen punted seven times in Saturday’s game, three of which were downed inside the 20-yard line. The three punts inside the 20 ties Marshall (2017) for the second-most recorded in bowl history.

  • His longest punt on the day went 53 yards.

Redshirt-freshman TJ Sullivan made his first career catch and first career touchdown in the third quarter.

Darren Hall’s sack in the third quarter marks his first solo sack this season and put him at 1.5 sacks this season, a career-high.

 

CENTRAL MICHIGAN (8-6 overall)

The Chippewas are now 3-9 in bowl games following the game. The Chippewas are now 0-2 against a Mountain West school in a bowl game.

The 61-yard pass play to Kalil Pimpleton in the first quarter was the longest play allowed by the San Diego State defense this season.

CMU finished the season scoring 426 points, which is the fourth-most in program history.

CMU had 10 penalties in the game, tying Washington State (2013) for the second-most in bowl history.

 

INDIVIDUAL

Sophomore running back Kobe Lewis surpassed 1,000 yards this season with 1,074 yards, giving the Chippewas two,1,000-yard rushers in the same season for the first time in program history.

  • Senior Jonathan Ward finished with 1,108 total rushing yards for the 2019 season.

The eight punts by Brady Buell tied for the second-most punts in the New Mexico Bowl, tying with San José State (2006) and Colorado State (2017).

 

MVP

Jordan Byrd and Jesse Matthews were both named Offensive MVPs. Byrd finished with 149 yards on 17 carries, with a long of 56 yards. Matthews finished with two touchdowns on three receptions and 111 yards, the longest going for 74 yards.

The Defensive MVP junior middle linebacker was Kyahva Tezino. He finished with three tackles, one solo and two assisted, recorded an interception and had half a sack and 1.5 tackles for loss. Tezino’s interception on the first possession of the game was his second of the season and of his career. His other interception came at New Mexico State on Sept. 14.  He also added a quarterback hurry in the game.