ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - ESPN is out with its first Bottom 10 of the season and UNM is in serious danger of joining the list of college football's worst teams.
The Bottom 10 has UNM high up in the dishonorable mention list following their brutal loss at home to University of Texas San Antonio which was playing its first game in real Division I football.
If the Lobos can't take care of UTEP this Saturday in El Paso, which was three and nine last year, they could be joining the Bottom 10 again, a list they dominated for three years under former coach Mike Locksley.
As for the Aggies, New Mexico State is sitting at number four on the Bottom 10 after they were destroyed by Texas 56 to 7 last week.
The Aggies, who only pulled off one win last year, hosts Minnesota on Saturday.
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