ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - You can find him searching for the opponent and delivering big hits on Saturday.
Lobos junior defensive back David Guthrie turned down the University of Illinois to wear cherry and silver.
Judging from game one, he appears eager to show Lobo fans he can play the game. Guthrie was second in tackles in his first game in cherry and silver Saturday with seven, five solo.
He had a successful junior college career and is described as someone who plays with a chip on his shoulder.
At 5-foot, 10-inches tall and 198 pounds, Guthrie says he was always told he was too little. Here is Guthrie on the way he plays and what his team has to do Saturday.
A police officer is under investigation for giving a football fan the Taser treatment after he wandered onto the field during the game.
His status is still day to day. Lobos guard Hugh Greenwood was missed in his team's lost to New Mexico State Tuesday night.
There was a fight Wednesday over whether a high school student with Down syndrome should be kept at Albuquerque's main jail.
On Thursday, APS Superintendent Winston Brooks announced the test results of the Trial Urban District Assessment, or TUDA.
The main streets of seven New Mexico cities will soon benefit from a series of facelifts thanks to more than $120,000 in grants from PNM.
An Oklahoma-based tribe that has been in a legal battle to open a casino on its homeland in New Mexico is now suing Gov. Susana Martinez to force her to recognize their presence.