From 7-8 p.m. women's basketball play-by-play announcer Joe Behrend will talk women's hoops with head coach Yvonne Sanchez as her team sits at 2-1 in conference play. Then from 8-9 p.m., Voice of the Lobos Robert Portnoy will sit down and talk about the Lobo men's team with head coach Craig Neal as the team looks to equal the best MW start in school history on Wednesday.
You can call in at 866-350-4309 to ask either coach a questions, or tweet Robert Portnoy with your question for Coach Neal at @RobTalksLobos or @UNMHoops.
Come out for a great evening and food and fun at Chama River Brewing Company, located just south of Jefferson, west of Frontage Road on I-25.
Wednesday Game Time Moved Back Slightly
Tip-off for Wednesday's game with UNLV will now be at 7:15 p.m., with the game being broadcast on CBS Sports Network. Rich Waltz, the play-by-play man for the Miami Marlins, will have the call along with Doug Gottlieb. The game time was pushed back 10 minutes to allow for the Georgetown/Xavier game (which is being broadcast on CBSSN) to conclude before the UNM game starts.
There is no live video stream of this game. CBS Sports Network is broadcast on DISH 158, DirecTV 221 and Comcast 274/838 HD.
Lobos Receiving Votes in Both Polls
New Mexico is on a season-best five game winning streak, and on the strength of that, the Lobos are now receiving votes in both polls. The Lobos are tied for 35th in the AP Poll with three points, and the team is tied for 31st in the USA Today/Coaches Poll with nine points.
The Lobos have receivied votes every week. Other UNM opponents that are ranked are San Diego State (10/11), Kansas (15/18), UMass (16/15), and Cincinnati (19/23).
UNLV Near a Sellout
Only 80 Club Seats remain for Wednesday's showdown with UNLV. The lower bowl is completely sold out. The Lobos have sold out four straight conference games dating back to last season. Contact the Lobo Ticket Office or your local Albertson's, or log in at www.unmtickets.com.