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Maybe an overtime loss aided by an admitted blown call was too much to overcome on the Lobos’ latest road trip.
Nick Urso grew up around martial arts.
It could be the first of more to come. The New Mexico State Aggies beat Northern New Mexico College 85 to 54 at the Santa Ana Star Center in…
Former UFC Champion Jon “Bones” Jones is racking up more community service hours to take care of as his driving problems.
A lot of bars around Albuquerque were packed Sunday, because the Broncos have a huge fan base here in the Duke City.
Millions watched but moments were inevitably missed as the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. Here are the top …
Just after the UFC announced Jon “Bones” Jones will have a championship fight in April following a long layoff after he crashed into a pregn…
Concussions in contact sports are a growing concern but one program in Albuquerque lets kids who love football jump into the game without th…
KRQE News 13 takes a look back at some of the New Mexico athletes who went on to play in a Super Bowl.
Peyton Manning gave himself a chance to have a Super ending to his career. Von Miller and the Denver defense made the plays to secure the ti…
Game on. On advertising’s biggest night, Super Bowl ads are aiming for optimism.
See the latest photos from Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium »
The two best teams in the Mountain West met up on Saturday in San Diego.
It’s an indoor track and field meet that is stocked with some of the best athletes in the world.
Jordyn Lacy scored 28 goals and passed for 10 assists while leading La Cueva to a Class 6A semifinal appearance in girls soccer.
WASHINGTON, DC – A lot of Americans will be chewing on chicken wings on Sunday. Super Bowl Sunday is, after all, the second biggest eating d…
Denver police are rooting for a Broncos Super Bowl victory but hope fans keep the postgame revelry in check.
Cam Newton isn’t taking any chances. He’s been fully “Lokai’d” for weeks heading into the Super Bowl.
Jay Feely has some conflicted emotions in his new role as CBS’ sideline kicking analyst in playoff games.