• November 27, 2021

Tags : miners football

Treyvon Hughes: Playmaker Extraordinaire

Growing up, some kids choose to play football.  Others, like Treyvon Hughes, take up the sport because their mama tells them to. “When I was in second grade, my mom basically forced us to play football or basketball,” the UTEP senior running back said.  “The sport didn’t matter.  She just wanted us to get out […]Read More

UTEP comes up short in C-USA opener at Southern Miss

HATTIESBURG, MS. – Kai Locksley gave the Miner offense a spark with 109 yards passing and 114 yards rushing, including a 63-yard touchdown, but UTEP wasn’t able to overcome a slow start and dropped a 31-13 decision at Southern Miss on Saturday night. “We were playing a really good football team in Southern Miss and in […]Read More

Miners travel to Southern Miss on Saturday to open league

UTEP travels to the Magnolia State this week to open C-USA play against Southern Miss in a game that kicks off at 5 p.m. MT on Saturday, September 28 at M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. “The first conference game of the season is a really exciting thing to look forward to,” head coach Dana […]Read More

Single game passes for UTEP Football Party Patio now available

When the UTEP football team returns to the Sun Bowl to battle UTSA on Homecoming October 5, fans can plant themselves right in the middle of the action by purchasing a pass to the all-new Party Patio. Located at field level behind the North End Zone, the Party Patio provides an exclusive and fun-filled experience […]Read More

Gallery+Story: Nevada pulls away late at UTEP 37-21

UTEP battled Mountain West power Nevada on virtually even terms for three quarters, but the Wolf Pack took control in the final frame and escaped El Paso with a 37-21 victory on Saturday night. The Miners (1-2) trailed 24-21 heading into the final period before Nevada (3-1), an eight-game winner and Arizona Bowl champion in […]Read More

UTEP Senior DB Rogers relishing opportunity to lead as Team

UTEP senior defensive back Justin Rogers followed in his father Jeff’s footsteps to El Paso. Sort of. “He was recruited to play basketball here,” Justin Rogers said.  “He actually signed, and he was part of the last recruiting class of coach [Don] Haskins.  But he had some issues with his SAT and never made it […]Read More

Miners set to battle Nevada Saturday at Sun Bowl

After resting up during an early-season bye week, UTEP returns home Saturday to play hosts to the Nevada Wolf Pack out of the Mountain West at the Sun Bowl. “This is a Mountain West opponent coming in to our stadium, which is really exciting for our fans,” head coach Dana Dimel said. “We had a […]Read More

Video+Gallery+Story: Texas Tech tops UTEP in Lubbock 38-3

Alan Bowman completed 30-of-45 passes for 260 yards and three touchdowns, including two to T.J. Vasher, leading Texas Tech to a 38-3 win over UTEP on Saturday night at Jones AT&T Stadium. Vasher had six receptions for 78 yards for the Red Raiders (2-0), who compiled 424 yards of offense while holding the Miners (1-1) […]Read More

Miners face first road test at Texas Tech

The UTEP Miners hit the road for the first time this week to take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders at 6 p.m. MT on Saturday, Sept. 7 at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock. “It is going to be a fun challenge for us to go play in Lubbock, which is always a good environment […]Read More

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