With nearly one-third of the University of New Mexico's football season in the books and the much-anticipated basketball season rapidly approaching, there is a dark ambiance concerning other athletic problems lurking just around the corner. The aforementioned programs are arguably the two most coveted in Albuquerque, but many fans remain disgruntled about the decisions made regarding the recent cuts to other athletic organizations.
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Amidst a series of debatable decisions, the University of New Mexico looks to retain a respectable start and finish for each of the sports' programs. While there are many mentionable programs, the attention usually seems to rest on the lap of the UNM Men's Basketball Team, who have recently provided much-needed revenue for a struggling athletic department.
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