ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The 105th installment of the Rio Grande rivalry game between New Mexico State and the University of New Mexico belongs to the cherry and silver for a second straight year after a 66-17 blow-out win.
The Aggies run defense was ranked dead last heading into this one last night and you knew what the Lobos were going to do – run the football, and run it well.
The Lobos racked up 541 yards on the ground. Quarterback Cole Gautsche rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown. Meanwhile, Kasey Carrier scored three times and ran for 126 yards. Carrier is ranked eighth in the country with 685 yards.
The Lobos rushing attack is ranked number one overall in all of college football, averaging 367 yards per game.
The Lobos senior Carrier says it's fulfilling beating the Aggies twice in his career.
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