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Nevada Wolf Pack vs NM State Aggies College Football in Aggie Memorial Stadium

The first College Football Nevada vs NM State, kicks off on Saturday , 2022 August 27 at 3:30 p.m. ET at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, NM.  We picked the best live TV streaming services for many NCAA football teams. Be sure to check your the schedule for your favorite team before you subscribe.

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But, of course, Strong is strong enough to make the Aggies pay.

Here’s everything you need to know for the Nevada Wolf Pack vs NM State Aggies:

How To Watch Nevada Wolf Pack vs NM State Aggies

  • When: Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET
  • Where: Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, NM
  • TV: CBS Sports Network

Who’s Playing

New Mexico State @ Nevada

Current Records: New Mexico State 1-5; Nevada 3-1

Nevada vs NM State

New Mexico State vs. Nevada Football Prediction and Preview

The Nevada Wolf Pack are flexing their muscles against the New Mexico State Aggies, showing why they were favored to win all along. After three quarters it’s looking more and more like Nevada’s high-powered offense is just too much for New Mexico State as the Wolf Pack lead 52-7. QB Carson Strong has led the way so far for Nevada, as he has passed for six TDs and 380 yards on 33 attempts.

Nevada has been led by Strong, who so far has passed for six TDs and 380 yards on 33 attempts. Near the top of the highlight reel was Strong’s 65-yard TD bomb to WR Melquan Stovall in the second quarter.

With six sacks, the Nevada defense has been a true menace for New Mexico State’s offensive line. We’ll see how many sacks Nevada can scare up the rest of the game.

Nevada Wolf Pack Defeat New Mexico State, 48-34

It was a wild game to say the least. With over 1,100 yards of combined total offense, the Nevada Wolf Pack prevailed over the New Mexico State Aggies on Saturday in a game that was the college football version of the Ali-Frazier “Thrilla in Manila”.

The first half saw two evenly matched teams answering each other score for score. The Aggies had a 27-20 half time lead. Nevada had no answer for the Aggies prolific air attack in the first half. But the second half saw the Wolf Pack make adjustments on defense that held the Aggies to only one score while the Wolf Pack scored four times in the second half.

Ponder these stats. Nevada had 683 yards of total offense to New Mexico’s 514. The Aggies had an amazing 466 yards passing to the Wolf Pack’s 309. Nevada rushed for 374 yards while holding the Aggies to 48 rushing yards.

New Mexico had 11 penalties for 85 yards  while Nevada had seven for 58 yards. The Aggies also turned the ball over three times on interceptions while Nevada had one fumble lost.

Nevada Freshman QB Cody Fajardo was 19 for 29 through the air for 283 yards and rushed 13 times for 60 yards and four TD’s. Lampford Mark only had eight carries but made the most of them rushing for 185 yards and one TD. Mike Ball had 19 carries for 93 yards and re-injured his left ankle. Stephon Jefferson had 4 rushes for 31 yards and two TD’s.

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