Disastrous Year as New Mexico Lobos Struggle To Learn Yet Another Offense

Posted by chris cunningham on November-17-2009 Add Comments

(PHOTO: Former UNM Head Coach Rocky Long, who changed offensive schemes at UNM repeatedly)

After starting the season with a new coach, a flashy new offense and high hopes, the 2009 University of New Mexico football team is limping toward the finish line, 0-10 with two games left to play.

What went wrong?

Many will point to the off-field distractions, in particular head coach Mike Locksley's involvement in a harassment lawsuit and a physical altercation between him and one of his assistant coaches, an altercation that got Locksley suspended for 10 days this season.

Others say that it's because Locksley doesn't have the right athletes for the "spread" offense.

The real problem, in my opinion, is what ...

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