• September 23, 2021

Tags : coach kugler

UTEP Football Scores High Marks in the Classroom

The UTEP football team has recorded the second-best Academic Progress Rate (APR) among all FBS programs in the state of Texas, according to the latest figures released by the NCAA on Wednesday. “We take great pride in the fact that every single player in our program is on point to get their degree and be […]Read More

UTEP Head Football Coach Sean Kugler Announces 2016 Signing Class

UTEP head coach Sean Kugler announced the signing of 24 prospective student-athletes for the 2016 signing class on Wednesday morning. A total of 23 high school athletes signed their National Letter of Intent this morning, and Tanner Stallings, a junior college transfer, signed with UTEP in December and is already enrolled in classes. Out of […]Read More

UTEP Coach Kugler announces staffing changes

UTEP football head coach Sean Kugler announced staffing changes on Thursday. Heading the UTEP offense will be coordinator Brent Pease. Pease joins the Miners with 25 years of coaching experience, he worked with Chris Petersen eight seasons and most recently was the wide receivers coach at Washington. Also on the offensive side of the ball, […]Read More

Running Back Pickett Signs with Miners

Head coach Sean Kugler announced the signing of running back Peytton Pickett out of Arlington Sam Houston High School on Friday. “Peytton (Pickett) is a very talented back, who has an opportunity to figure into the mix this spring as a mid-year graduate,” Kugler said. “He is a great kid from an excellent family and […]Read More

Miners sign Junior Transfer Stallings

UTEP football signed junior college transfer Tanner Stallings from Hutchinson Community College on Wednesday. “Tanner fits the mold of the type of player we are trying to bring into our program,” head coach Sean Kugler said. “He has a 3.85 GPA and will be an engineering student. On the field he is physical and relentless. […]Read More

Panthers maul depleted Miners 52-12; Kugler ‘I apologize to all

MIAMI, FLA. – Autrey Golden became UTEP’s all-time leader for kickoff return yards, but the depleted Miners fell at FIU, 52-12, on Saturday afternoon. Golden registered five returns for 92 yards, giving him 2,758 in his career to surpass Cedric Johnson (2,757 yards). Alex McGough completed 13-of-17 passes for 270 yards for the Panthers (3-3, […]Read More

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