New Mexico vs. New Mexico State: Online Live Stream, Watch Here

    New Mexico vs. New Mexico State online live stream info and how to watch. In-state rivals will face off on Saturday as New Mexico hosts New Mexico State in Albuquerque.

    October 2, 2015

    In-state rivals will face off on Saturday when New Mexico hosts New Mexico State at University Stadium in Albuquerque.

    New Mexico (2-2) looks to build off a strong conference win against Wyoming, where all three phases performed well enough to get the victory. The Lobos got 100-yard rushing efforts from QB Lamar Jordan (147 yards) and RB Jhurell Pressley (103 yards) – each recorded a touchdown rush. It was the second time Jordan and Pressley each topped the 100-yard mark in the same game, the other coming last season in a 21-9 win over UTSA.

    New Mexico State is coming off a bye week and is still in search of its first win of the 2015 season. Before the bye, the Aggies were on the wrong end of a pair of heartbreaking losses, one to UTEP (50-47) and the other to Georgia State (34-32).

    Saturday’s matchup will be the 106th meeting in a rivalry dating back to 1894. New Mexico holds the lead in the all-time series (69-31-5) and are winners of the last three.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the New Mexico vs. New Mexico State online live stream, prediction, and game notes.

    Watch New Mexico vs. New Mexico State Online Live Stream

    • Venue: Branch Field at University Stadium (Albuquerque, NM)
    • Date: Saturday, October 3
    • Kickoff Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
    • New Mexico vs. New Mexico State Online Live Stream: Mountain West on Campus Insiders

    Prediction

    New Mexico can create momentum-shifting plays with its defense. New Mexico State, to the contrary, will struggle with the methodical Lobo ground assault. It’ll be competitive until early in the third quarter, when New Mexico pulls away for its fourth straight in the rivalry.

    For the final score prediction check out our New Mexico vs. New Mexico State game preview.

    Game Notes

    • Bob Davie is looking to be the first Lobo coach to open 4-0 against vs. NMSU since Joe Lee Dunn (1983-86).
    • The Lobos are one of 10 teams that have had at least two 60-yard runs this season. Last year New Mexico led the NCAA with 14 60-yard runs.

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