New Mexico reinstated RB Crusoe Gongbay and CB SaQwan Edwards.
Former New Mexico WR Chase Clayton's "length and athleticism are enough to warrant investigation but he's unlikely to be drafted" in Thursday's supplemental draft, wrote CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
The Albuquerque Journal has reported that New Mexico RB Crusoe Gongbay has been charged with two counts each of second-degree criminal sexual penetration and one count each of kidnapping.
New Mexico redshirt senior C Dillon Farrell accepted an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game.
New Mexico senior TE Lucas Reed has been invited to the East-West Shrine Game.
New Mexico sophomore CB Devonta Tabannah has been reinstated to the program following a suspension, but he will not play this Saturday against Texas.
There is some chatter that former Virginia Tech recruit and New Mexico transfer Ricardo Young could be on his way to Maryland.
It seems as though New Mexico tight end Lucas Reed either does nothing offensively or he has a day like he did against Wyoming, where he had 100 yards receiving and two touchdowns on seven catches.
New Mexico tight end Lucas Reed had a breakout game against San Diego State as he hauled in six passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns.
New Mexico quarterback Tate Smith has decided to leave the team. Smith has dealt with injuries and has slipped down the depth chart.
New Mexico quarterback Donovan Porterie had 272 yards and two touchdowns on 28-of-44 passing in Saturday's close loss to BYU, 24-19.
New Mexico quarterback Donovan Porterie had 316 yards and two touchdowns on 30 of 56 passing in the Lobos' loss to Texas Tech.
New Mexico senior quarterback Donovan Porterie was back in action Saturday after a knee injury and subesquent surgery knocked him out of the majority of the 2008 football season. Perterie was 29 of 40 for 210 yards in Saturday's loss to Texas A&M.
Exiting spring ball New Mexico is still undecided at quarterback, with this battle beinge waged between Donovan Porterie, Brad Gruner and Tate Smith.
Redshirt freshman tailback for the New Mexico Lobos A.J. Butler controlled UNM's ground attack in last Saturday's Cherry-White spring game, leading all rushers with 19 carries for 110 yards.