The Lobo Great Eight: Stump Godfrey
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  10/29/2010
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

Oct. 29, 2010

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- University of New Mexico's football player Stump Godfrey is this week's Lobo Great Eight. Freshman quarterback saw his first action at New Mexico State on October 9, 2010. The Texan native has been an impact player for the Lobos by stepping up when needed to. Godfrey received many honorable achievements during his time in high school including 2009 Mr. Texas Football and class 3A offensive Player of the Year. He is known on the field as a speedy player who understands how the play needs to come out.

What is your goal for your time at UNM?

A strong winning and memorable season.

What is your favorite and least favorite sound?

My favorite sound is our UNM fight song and my least favorite sound is the other team's fight song.

What are your hidden talents?

I can play baseball. I wasn't able to play during high school but I did play when I was in junior high.

Who would play you if they were to make a movie of your life?

I would want Will Smith, because he always gets the ladies.

Who has influenced your football career the most?

Definitely my high school quarterback coach, Alan Metzel.

Would you rather be too hot or too cold?

I would rather be too hot, I really do not like the cold at all.

What is your favorite Halloween costume you have ever been?

I was a red power ranger when I was younger and that was really cool. Now I really don't dress up.

Red or Green Chile?

Neither one!