New Mexico at Colorado State - Team Notes
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  10/30/2010

Oct. 30, 2010

Recap |  Notes

-New Mexico dropped to 0-8 for the second consecutive season for the first time history -UNM has also lost 14 consecutive games on the road -UNM scored first for the fourth time in the last five games -The 584 yards allowed was the second-most of the season. UNM's defense had allowed just 590 yards over the previous two games combined. -The game was the first of the season for the Lobos in which neither team committed a turnover -UNM recorded their fourth rushing touchdown of the season, and just the second by a running back. -The Lobos recorded a season-high two sacks. -UNM was 2-for-2 in the red zone, making them 10-for-13 on the year. -UNM's four pass break-ups were tied the most this season. They also had four against Texas Tech. -UNM has scored between 14 and 20 points in six of the last seven. -UNM recorded 83 tackles, their third straight 80+ tackle game.

Individual Player Notes Stump Godfrey, QB -Became the fourth backup quarterback to lead the team in rushing in a game this year. -His 18 rushing attempts was a UNM season-high for 2010. -He threw his first career touchdown pass with a 10-yarder to Ty Kirk in the second quarter. -His numbers, 8-of-16 for 82 yards and a touchdown, were all career-highs.

Bubba Forrest, DB -Tied for the team lead with 11 tackles, giving him a team-leading 71 for the year.

Ty Kirk, WR -His five catches for 91 yards were both season-highs, and the five grabs put him in the lead for the season with 28 catches -Kirk's 41-yard first quarter catch was his third 30+ yard pass reception of the season.

Ben Skaer, P -His 59-yard punt was a career-long. Overall he averaged 43.4 on seven punts, with a net of 40.4.

Carmen Messina, LB -Had a season-high 1.5 sacks for the Lobos as he tied for the team lead in tackles with 11.