The Mtn. Declares July 25-31 New Mexico Week
July 26, 2011
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The Mountain West Sports Network concludes it `Eight Schools, Eight Weeks' promotion with seven days of wall-to-wall New Mexico programming. The network's entire week's worth of programming is dedicated to broadcasting classic Lobo games, original Mtn. programming and more.
New Mexico is the final of eight acts for The Mtn., celebrating the 2010-11 season and reliving every exciting moment from the past year.
The Mtn. is featuring football on Monday; airing wins over Wyoming (Nov. 6, 2010), San Diego State (Oct. 20, 2007), Colorado State (Nov. 21, 2009) and Air Force (Nov. 25, 2007). Tuesday the Mtn. salutes men's basketball, broadcasting wins over Air Force (Feb. 1, and March 5, 2011), Colorado State (Jan. 12, and March 10, 2011) and Wyoming (Feb. 9, 2011).
Wednesday is dedicated to women's athletics at New Mexico, featuring basketball's win over Wyoming on March 9, soccer's triumph over UNLV on Nov. 4, 2010 and softball's dramatic walk-off win over BYU this past May 7.
On Thursday, the Mtn. returns its focus to Lobo football, re-airing the Wyoming and Colorado State wins from the past two seasons before concluding with baseball vs. TCU from this past May.
Friday features more of the men's basketball program, airing the Lobos' home win over New Mexico State this past Dec. 11, as well as the win at TCU (Feb. 26) and against Arizona State (Nov. 16).
Saturday sees the Mtn. return its focus to the gridiron, with three more Lobo football wins against San Diego State, Air Force and Wyoming. Sunday brings fans back to The Pit, as well as the baseball diamond. Men's basketball versus TCU and at BYU and women's basketball against Wyoming is woven into the broadcast schedule with three Lobo baseball games vs. Utah, TCU and BYU.
During each of the past seven weeks, the network's programming has consisted of memorable games and shows unique to the MWC institution being featured. `Eight Schools, Eight Weeks' began the week of June 6 with TCU, followed by UNLV, Wyoming, Air Force, Boise State, San Diego State and Colorado State before concluding with the Lobos.
For a complete listing of New Mexico programming on The Mtn., CLICK HERE