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2009 New Mexico Lobos football team


2009 New Mexico Lobos football team

Conference Mountain West Conference
2009 record 1–11 (1–7 MWC)
Head coach Mike Locksley
Offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey
Defensive coordinator Doug Mallory
Home stadium University Stadium
(Capacity: 40,094)

The 2009 New Mexico Lobos football team represented the University of New Mexico in the 2009 NCAA Division I FBS college football season. The Lobos were led by 1st year head coach Mike Locksley and played their home games at the University Stadium. The Lobos finished the season with a record 1–11 (1–7 MWC).

2009 season schedule

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance
September 5 5:00 PM at Texas A&M* Kyle FieldCollege Station, TX L 6–41   73,887[1]
September 12 6:00 PM Tulsa* University StadiumAlbuquerque, NM Mtn L 10–44   30,051[2]
September 19 5:30 PM Air Force University Stadium • Albuquerque, NM CBSCS L 13–37   26,246[3]
September 26 8:00 PM New Mexico State* University Stadium • Albuquerque, NM (Rio Grande Rivalry) Mtn L 17–20   35,248[4]
October 3 1:30 PM at Texas Tech* Jones AT&T StadiumLubbock, TX FSN L 28–48   52,909[5]
October 10 12:00 PM at Wyoming War Memorial StadiumLaramie, WY Mtn L 13–37   14,502[6]
October 24 6:00 PM UNLV University Stadium • Albuquerque, NM Mtn L 17–34   24,021[7]
October 31 5:30 PM San Diego State Qualcomm StadiumSan Diego, CA CBSCS L 20–23   12,647[8]
November 7 4:00 PM at Utah Rice-Eccles StadiumSalt Lake City, UT Mtn L 14–45   45,051[9]
November 14 12:00 PM BYU University Stadium • Albuquerque, NM Mtn L 19–24   24,344[10]
November 21 4:00 PM Colorado State University Stadium • Albuquerque, NM Mtn W 29–27   21,751[11]
November 28 11:00 AM at TCU Amon G. Carter StadiumFort Worth, TX Mtn L 10–51   41,738[12]
*Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game. All times are in Mountain Time.


External links

  • University of New Mexico - official site
  • - official athletics site

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