UTEP Newsstand: Sept. 16, 2009
Sept. 16, 2009
UTEP's OSR: UTEP OSR managing editor Carlos Silva writes about everything UTEP in today's report.
All about the Miners: Look back on the week that was while previewing the upcoming week in the official UTEP Athletics update.
Turn up the orange: The importance of UTEP's game at New Mexico is covered in a podcast in the El Paso Times special blog.
Revert to form: UTEP's offense has been challenged through two games in 2009 but don't expect to see wholesale changes in the game at New Mexico State as Bret Bloomquist of the El Paso Times writes.
Noteworthy: UTEP's defensive effort, practice types and the I-10 rivalry are among the topics covered by the El Paso Times' Bret Bloomquist in today's notebook.
One if by air: New Mexico State is in search of improving its passing game against UTEP as David Chavez of The Round Up writes.
Smash-mouth football: First-year New Mexico State head coach DeWayne Walker has instilled a tougher style of football as Korey Middleton of The Round Up reports.
Rivalry renewed: UTEP and New Mexico State traditionally have great battles as Teddy Feinberg of the Las Cruces Sun News details in his story.
On the recruiting trails: The UTEP men's basketball team has landed another Texas recruit according to Bill Knight of the El Paso Times writes.
Returning as champions: The UTEP volleyball team came back to El Paso sporting its second tournament title of the year as Chris Silva of The Prospector writes.
Looking back on the Kansas game: There was simply just too much for UTEP to overcome against Kansas as The Prospector's Salvador Guerrero writes.