Health advisory: Reviewing the past three years of UTEP football may be may be harmful to your eyesight.
But on this is Independence Day weekend … during an election year … when every cell phone is a news camera, what does this day mean to you?
For the first time in more than a decade, the Miners will conduct preseason drills on campus. No point in asking why, just follow the money.
Like so many universities not named Notre Dame, UTEP is always hustling for funds for athletics. While numerous programs below the so-called Power Five conferences are reducing the length of post-season playoffs (Big South golf and baseball et. al.) — or cutting them entirely — I wince at the thought of cutbacks.
Forgive us for wondering whether the Miners will field a better team, with hopes of watching our favorite team play relevant games in November. Barstool answer: After a 1-21 record the past two years, how could the Miners not be better?
In only his second year, the ideas of Athletic Director Jim Senter and his bright-eyed staffers appear to be taking root. Regardless of Saturday’s outcome, these Miners give the inkling that, in Coach Dana Dimel’s second year, UTEP has begun to climb out of the college football dungeon.
Eight days to kickoff. If ever a college football team needed a reason to leave the past behind, it is this edition of the UTEP Miners. Fans in Orange United need it, too.
So what we Miners forever have here is exactly what our rebuilding team needs from a veteran with 24 career starts – leadership.
I know from personal experience that at UTEP, a kid can receive all the training, all the support, everything he/she needs to go anywhere and do anything.
A wishlist as our U.S. women’s national soccer team plays England in the World Cup semifinals Tuesday in Paris.