New Mexico has 23 seniors ending Lobo careers Saturday at Colorado State
Nevada steps onto Branch Field Saturday with one of the more balanced run-pass attacks in the nation.
23 Lobo Seniors Will Say Goodbye to Branch Field on Saturday
First-year Coach Bob Davie needs to change a culture, but also some statistical shortcomings
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New Mexico vs. New Mexico State Oct. 1, 2011
New Mexico vs. Sam Houston State Saturday, September 24, 2011
New Mexico hosted Colorado State in the season opener, won by the Rams 14-10.
NEW MEXICO: Fifth-year senior who provided valuable depth on the defensive line as UNM moved to a 3-4 scheme under first-year coach Bob Davie in 2012 ... one of the better pass rushers returning up front because of his mobility ... one of the more durable and consistent performers during his career, finishing with 39 games played.
2012 (SENIOR): Came off the bench to play in 11 of UNM's 13 games ... had eight tackles on the season with 0.5 tackles for loss ... best game came in the season opener against Southern with three tackles ... suffered a chest injury against Hawai'i in week seven that limited his production the last half of the season.
2011 (JUNIOR): Participated in all 12 games, starting two...finished with 24 tackles, 17 solos...was third on the team with five tackles for loss...also had one sack and one quarterback hurry...had a career-high four tackles, including 0.5 TFL at San Diego State...his sack came in a three-tackle effort at Wyoming.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 10 games before getting hurt late in the year...had 23 tackles as a back-up defensive end position...had 1.0 TFL, including 0.5 TFF against New Mexico State and San Diego State.
2009 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Played in 6 games at defensive end and was in the rotation...finished the season with 8 tackles and 2 TFL...had his first career sack at Texas Tech...recorded a career-high 3 tackles at Wyoming.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Vista Murrieta High School in Murrieta, Calif...three-year starter on the defensive line and an all-state defensive tackle as a senior...the defensive MVP in the Southwestern League and for Riverside County last fall...posted 94 tackles, 25 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and 10 hurries for head coach Coley Candaele...had 13 tackles two times...also saw time at fullback and tight end...the Broncos finished 11-1, falling to Corona Santiago HS in the state quarterfinals...also competed in the shot put.
PERSONAL: Born March 7, 1990, in Portland, Ore...full name is Jacob William Russell Carr...son of Bill and Kate...dad played offensive tackle at Portland State in the early 1980s...majored in University Studies.