GOD BLESS Jaquan Lyle for having the perseverance to not give up on his college basketball dream. What must seem like an eternity to him having to sit out two years of competitive basketball, it appears he has rededicated himself to totally rehabbing from the ruptured Achilles tendon injury. He arrived in Albuquerque with enormous expectations to run the point and to say he was frustrated with his injury last fall, has to be an understatement. I look forward to his return, for hopefully two more years, helping restore the Lobo program to NCAA tournament quality.
— Bob, UNM Area
“IT NEVER CEASES.” JRM-Corrales, are you kidding me? So, we’re supposed to sit back and let corruption run wild just because, you say, it happens in other places. Thank you Hector Balderas for holding people accountable.
NO. 1 TENNESSEE Men’s Basketball leads all of Division I in one gaudy statistic. They have 21 assists per game. Not a single McDonald’s All American on the team. Coaching and teamwork beat five 7 footers!
— Larry the VOL
THEMW.COM is a poor excuse for a sports television network. My audio and video feeds are a stop and go action and never a smooth running game. I don’t know if others have this same problem but I have trouble with using my cell phone and computer to try and watch the Lady Lobos games. Perhaps UNM’s athletic administration could address this situation with the MWC?
— Claudie/Rio Rancho/Semper Fi
To be clear to readers who are unaware, it’s a streaming service on a website, not a channel to be found on satellite or cable. — Randy, Journal