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Old 08-13-2011, 07:51 PM   #1
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Trooper Tayor: The Making of a Name.



New Mexico State hires unknown high school head coach, Trooper Taylor, for the recently vacated offensive coordinator position. Head football caoch Dewayne Walker said,"We liked the way he ran his offense in high school. He effectively ran a pistol heavy playbook with great success."
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2011 New Mexico State Aggies Preview

OFFENSE
OVERALL - D

Quarterbacks
1. #2 Matt Christian 6'3'' 211lbs SR [66 ovr]
2. #8 Tanner Rust 6'2'' 200lbs SO(RS) [62 ovr]
3. #16 Andrew Manley 6'3'' 225lbs SO [58 ovr]
#17 Travaughn Colwell 6'3'' 185lbs FR [58 ovr]

Overall - D
None of these quarterbacks is NFL quality, but neither were any of Coach Taylor's when he coached high school. For now Matt Christian is called the starter, but don't be surprised if he is over taken by Rust.


Halfbacks
1. #3 Kenny Turner 5'10'' 192lbs JR [78 ovr]
2. #29 Victor Clay 5'11'' 230lbs JR(RS) [58 ovr]
3. #23 James Hall 5'8'' 175lbs SO(RS) [57 ovr]
4. #21 Brandon BentanCourt 5'11'' 185lbs FR [50 ovr]
#28 Robert Clay 5'10'' 187lbs JR [65 ovr]

Overall - D
Kenny Turner is the best player on this team and he will get a lot of touches this season, even though the depth here is very sub-par.


Fullbacks
1. #25 Germi Morrison 6'0'' 191lbs JR [58 ovr]

Overall - D-
Germi Morrison may see a lot more playing time with this new offense brought in by Taylor, or he may get replaced by one of the tight ends.


Wide Receivers
1. #7 Todd Lee 5'9'' 160lbs SR [69 ovr]
2. #1 Taveon Rogers 6'0'' 181lbs SR [69 ovr]
3. #9 Darrius Preston 6'1'' 168lbs JR(RS) [66 ovr]
4. #10 Marcus Williams 6'3'' 187lbs SR [64 ovr]
5. #5 Julius Flemming 5'8'' 180lbs SR [51 ovr]
#4 Austin Franklin 6'2'' 175lbs FR [66 ovr]
#89 Joseph Matthews 6'1'' 175lbs FR [56 ovr]

Overall - D
This receiving corps isn't the best in the WAC, but they can take some pressure of Turner.


Tight Ends
1. #82 Stephen McIntyre 6'0'' 213lbs SO [66 ovr]
2. #15 Trevor Walls 6'5'' 232lbs JR(RS) [63 ovr]
3. #22 David Quiroga 6'1'' 217lbs JR [40 ovr]
#14 Matthew Jaramillo 6'5'' 245lbs FR [54 ovr]

Overall - D-
Stephen McIntyre is a young star well on the rise, remember his name you may hear it a lot.


Tackles
1LT. #74 Davonte Wallace 6'4'' 257lbs SO [67 ovr]
1RT. #76 Aundre McGaskey 6'6'' 297lbs SR [69 ovr]
2LT. #75 Taylor Lenzmeier 6'5'' 275lbs FR(RS) [63 ovr]
2RT. #79 Jake Swenson 6'6'' 296lbs SO(RS) [57 ovr]
3LT. #71 Maveu Heimuli 6'4'' 338lbs JR [48 ovr]
3RT. #73 Faison McKinnis 6'7'' 300lbs FR [43 ovr]

Overall - D-
This offensive line is sketchy at best, but Wallace and Lenzmeier show a brighter future for NMSU quarterbacks.


Guards
1LG. #58 DeJuan Yates 6'2'' 276lbs SR(RS) [68 ovr]
1RG. #78 Andrew Kersten 6'6'' 305lbs JR [69 ovr]
2LG. #63 Mike Yocius 6'4'' 312lbs JR [55 ovr]
2RG. #50 Valerian Ume Ezeoke 6'2'' 267lbs FR [44 ovr]

Overall - D-
The interior of the line is pretty solid, but they need to bring in some young guys before it gets away from them.


Centers
1. #72 Sioeli Fakalata 6'3'' 340lbs SR [71 ovr]
2. #62 Mike Grady 6'3'' 306lbs SR(RS) [70 ovr]
3. #65 Ryan Arbelaez 6'1'' 273lbs SO [53 ovr]

Overall - D
Much like the Guard position, the Centers are pretty solid and the Aggies have some decent depth here.



DEFENSE
OVERALL - D

Defensive Ends
1LE. #48 Pierre Fils 6'3'' 245lbs SR [68 ovr]
1RE. #52 Donte Savage 6'4'' 239lbs SR [70 ovr]
2LE. #57 Gino Martinez 6'2'' 230lbs FR(RS) [63 ovr]
2RE. #90 David Niumatalolo 6'2'' 245lbs SR [67 ovr]
3LE. #13 Anthony Smith 6'1'' 216lbs SR [58 ovr]
3RE. #60 Chance Roberts 6'5'' 227lbs SO(RS) [48 ovr]

Overall - D
One of the most solid positions on this team, with Fils and Savage anchoring the outside.


Defensive Tackles
1. #51 Tommy Stuart 6'3'' 315lbs JR [69 ovr]
2. #98 David Mahoney 6'3'' 280lbs SR [67 ovr]
3. #93 Sean Brown 6'3'' 265lbs SO(RS) [61 ovr]
4. #26 LaFelton Traxler 5'9'' 228lbs SR(RS) [40 ovr]
#91 Augafa Vaaulu 6'3'' 295lbs SO [61 ovr]
#81 Stephen Meredith 6'4'' 240lbs [52 ovr]

Overall - D-
The Aggies may not have good depth here, but their top 3 players are very solid.


Outside Linebackers
1LOLB. #53 Bryan Bonilla 6'1'' 217lbs SO(RS) [67 ovr]
1ROLB. #36 B.J. Adolpho 5'11'' 224lbs JR(RS) [75 ovr]
2LOLB. #32 Dylan Davis 6'0'' 230lbs SO [56 ovr]
2ROLB. #45 Michael Matthews 6'1'' 231lbs JR [52 ovr]
#68 Anthony Joyner 6'2'' 223lbs SO [58 ovr]

Overall - D
The only good thing here is B.J. Adolpho, if it wasn't for him teams would run circles around this line backing corps.


Middle Linebackers
1. #47 Boyblue Aoelua 5'10'' 227lbs SR [72 ovr]
2. #96 Numi Lolohea 5'11'' 235lbs JR(RS) [62 ovr]
3. #56 Alexander LaVoy 6'1'' 227lbs SR [55 ovr]

Overall - D
Boyblue is the starter here, with no fear of being overtaken. The Aggies need to keep some fresh blood here.


Corner Backs
1. #3 Donyae Coleman 5'10'' 175lbs SR(RS) [73 ovr]
2. #1 Jonte Green 6'0'' 174lbs SR(RS) [69 ovr]
3. #30 Anthony Edwards 6'0'' 185lbs JR [65 ovr]
4. #11 Jeremy Harris 6'2'' 180lbs JR [49 ovr]
#9 Darien Johnson 5'9'' 164lbs SO [66 ovr]
#20 Samuel Oyenuga 5'10'' 165lbs FR [57 ovr]

Overall - D
Team captain, Donyae Coleman, makes this pedestrian secondary look a lot better.

Free Safety
1. #27 Justin Smith 6'2'' 196lbs SO [66 ovr]
2. #19 Stephen Hatchett 5'8'' 170lbs SR(RS) [64 ovr]
#12 George Callender 6'1'' 191lbs SO [63 ovr]

Overall - D
Justin Smith over took Hatchett for the starting spot and he is only a sophomore, who is just gonna get better.


Strong Safety
1. #6 Ben Bradley 5'10'' 182lbs SR(RS) [62 ovr]
2. #24 Josh Smith 6'2'' 199lbs SO(RS) [53 ovr]
3. #31 Davis Cazares 5'11'' 182lbs SO [45 ovr]

Overall - D-
Except a lot of teams to take advantage of this glaring hole in the defense, called the strong safety.



SPECIAL TEAMS
OVERALL - D+

Kickers
1. #18 Tyler Stampler 5'10'' 171lbs JR [77 ovr]

Overall - C+
Tyler Stampler is one of the best kickers in the WAC and he will be the offenses best friend this season.


Punters
1. #42 Jake Capraro 6'1'' 218lbs FR(RS) [75 ovr]

Overall - C
The Aggie staff is excited to get this young man on the field and start pinning opponents inside their own 20 yard line.


Kick Returners
1. #3 Kenny Turner 5'10'' 192lbs JR [96 ovr]
2. #9 Darrius Preston 6'1'' 168lbs JR(RS) [82 ovr]

Overall - C
Why not use the best player on the team to return punts and kicks. The more touches Kenny Turner has the better chance this team has to win.

Punt Returners
1. #3 Kenny Turner 5'10'' 192lbs JR [96 ovr]
2. #9 Darrius Preston 6'1'' 168lbs JR(RS) [82 ovr]

Team Overall - D
With the new hiring of Trooper Taylor, to help the offense out, this program may be on the right track. The Defense is solid up front and from what Taylor did in college expect the offense to rank near the top of the WAC. But don't expect a championship this year, maybe a top 3.

New Mexico State Aggies 2011 Schedule
DATEOPPONENTRESULT
Aug 10at Minnesota
Aug 17vs UTEP
Aug 24at San Jose State
Oct 1at New Mexico
Oct 15vs Idaho
Oct 22at Hawai'i
Oct 29vs Nevada
Nov 5at Georgia
Nov 12vs Fresno State
Nov 19at BYU
Nov 26at Louisiana Tech
Dec 3vs Utah State


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NCAA Preseason

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Aug 31, 2010
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1--Oklahoma(36)001500
2--Alabama(23)001426
3--Stanford(1)001354
4--LSU(1)001284
5--Oregon001215
6--Ohio State001148
7--Oklahoma State001083
8--Boise State001019
9--Texas A&M00958
10--Florida State00897
11--Wisconsin00839
12--Auburn00782
13--South Carolina00727
14--TCU00674
15--Michigan State00622
16--Nebraska00572
17--Virginia Tech00523
18--Arkansas00477
19--Mississippi State00432
20--Florida00388
21--Notre Dame00347
22--Texas00307
23--Missouri00268
24--NC State00232
25--Arizona State00197


Heisman Watch - Updated: Aug 31, 2010
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Andrew LuckQBStanford
Kellen MooreQBBoise State
LaMichael JamesHBOregon
Denard RobinsonQBMichigan
Justin BlackmonWROklahoma State


WAC Outlook Conference Standings - Updated: Aug 31, 2010
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
Hawai'i
Nevada
Fresno State
Louisiana Tech
Idaho
Utah State
San Jose State
New Mexico State
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NCAA Week 2

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 7, 2010
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Oklahoma(37)101501
22Alabama(22)101434
35Oregon(1)101400
43Stanford(1)101368
56Ohio State101178
67Oklahoma State101118
78Boise State101099
810Florida State10944
911Wisconsin10888
104LSU01874
1112Auburn10834
1213South Carolina10797
1314TCU10745
1415Michigan State10679
1516Nebraska10630
1617Virginia Tech10582
1718Arkansas10536
1819Mississippi State10504
1920Florida10447
2021Notre Dame10404
2122Texas10362
229Texas A&M01321
2324NC State10284
2425Arizona State10246
25--West Virginia10210


Dropped Out
#23 Missouri

Others Receiving Votes
Penn State(141)
USC(109)
UCF(77)
Utah(48)
SMU(29)
Maryland(14)
Northern Illinois(9)

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 7, 2010
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Andrew LuckQBStanford14/22, 160yds, 2 TD, 0 Int, 9 car, 44yds
Kellen MooreQBBoise State27/39, 391yds, 2 TD, 0 Int
LaMichael JamesHBOregon5 car, 23yds, 0 TD, 2 rec, 43yds, 1 TD
Denard RobinsonQBMichigan21/34, 266yds, 1 TD, 2 Int, 17 car, 96yds, 1 TD
Justin BlackmonWROklahoma State10 rec, 162yds, 1 TD


Western Athletic Conference Conference Standings - Updated: Sep 7, 2010
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
Frenso State1-01.0000-02619W1
Hawai'i1-01.0000-03419W1
Idaho1-01.0000-02620W1
Louisiana Tech0-10.0000-01745L1
San Jose State0-10.0000-0336L1
New Mexico State0-00.0000-000---
Utah State0-10.0000-0049L1
Nevada0-00.0000-000---




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Matchup Preview | September 10, 2010
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New Mexico State Aggies
(0-0, 0-0 Away)
Minnesota Golden Gophers
(0-1, 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
---Points Per Game10.0 (#106)
---Total Offensive Yards239 (#106)
---Rushing Yards85 (#101)
---Rushing TD0
---Passing Yards154 (#98)
---Passing TD1
Defensive Stats Comparison
---Total Yards Allowed375 (#77)
---Rushing Yards Allowed248 (#111)
---Passing Yards Allowed127 (#32)
Injury Report
CB Troy Stoudemire [78 ovr]
Knee cartilage tear (Season)

Game Notes
The Aggies' 2010 season finally kicks off today in Minnesota. New offensive coordinator, Trooper Taylor, will have his hands full with a Big 10 defense... This will be a true test of the new offense.
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New Mexico State Aggies (0-1) at Minnesota Golden Gophers (1-1)
Sep 10, 20101234F
New Mexico State Aggies037616
Minnesota Golden Gophers7701630
Top Performers
New Mexico State Aggies
D. Preston 8 Rec, 146 Yds, 2 TD
Minnesota Golden Gophers
L. Edwards 23 Car, 106 Yds, TD
Team Stats Comparison
NMSUMinn
First Downs1917
3rd Down Efficiency8-18(44%)5-13(38%)
4th Down Efficiency1-3(33%)0-1(0%)
Total Yards339342
Passing Yards290196
Rushing Yards49146
Penalties-Penalty Yards4-413-30
Turnovers22
Time of Possession23:3713:05
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGNMSUMinn
1:14(Minn) B. Vereen, returned interception 69 Yds (C. Hawthorne kick)07
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGNMSUMinn
4:14(NMSU) T. Stampler, 47 Yd FG37
0:39(Minn) L. Edwards, 39 Yd pass from M. Gray (C. Hawthorne kick)314
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGNMSUMinn
6:33(NMSU) D. Preston, 22 Yd pass from M. Christian (T. Stampler kick)1014
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGNMSUMinn
3:07(Minn) M. Gray, 2 Yd run (C. Hawthorne kick)1021
6:08(NMSU) D. Preston, 66 Yd pass from M. Christian (2-Pt failed)1623
3:22(Minn) L. Edwards, 1 Yd run (C. Hawthorne kick)1630
New Mexico State Aggies
PASSINGC/ATTYDSTDINT
M. Christian23/4429022
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
K. Turner19512.60
V. Johnson9283.10
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
D. Preston814618.22
M. Williams55110.20
S. McIntyre3227.30
V. Johnson22311.50
T. Lee22412.00
G. Morrison111.00
T. Rogers11212.00
K. Turner11111.00
DEFENSIVETACKSACKINTTD
A. Edwards70.000
P. Fils40.000
B. Adolpho40.000
B. Bonilla60.000
B. Bradley30.000
D. Mahoney10.000
J. Smith20.000
J. Smith10.000
T. Stuart20.000
S. Hatchett20.000
J. Green30.000
D. Savage20.000
B. Aoelua40.010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLG
T. Stampler1/11/1448
PUNTINGTOTYDSAVG-20
J. Capraro625542.51
KICK RETURNINGRETYDSAVGTD
D. Preston23316.50
PUNT RETURNINGRETYDSAVGTD
K. Turner3196.30
Minnesota Golden Gophers
PASSINGC/ATTYDSTDINT
M. Gray14/3219611
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
L. Edwards231064.61
M. Gray12363.01
V. Keise144.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
X. Brandon47418.50
L. Edwards47218.01
D. McKnight3279.00
E. Lair3237.60
DEFENSIVETACKSACKINTTD
C. Lewis90.010
M. Garin112.000
G. Tinsley60.000
A. Jacobs71.000
A. Jacobs41.000
B. Beal61.000
B. Kirksey70.000
M. Carter20.000
M. Rallis20.000
C. Haviland20.000
J. Manuel50.000
K. Henderson50.000
B. Vereen20.011
KICKINGFGXPPTSLG
C. Hawthorne0/04/440
PUNTINGTOTYDSAVG-20
D. Orseske627941.60
KICK RETURNINGRETYDSAVGTD
L. Edwards35919.60
D. McKnight12323.00
PUNT RETURNINGRETYDSAVGTD
L. Edwards3175.60




D. Preston(#9) fights for the end zone in between two Minnesota defenders. The Aggies new offense looked pretty good out there keeping up with Minnesota punch for punch, till the end.


M. Christian(#2) throws a frozen rope 14 yards down the field to his favorite receiver, D. Preston. Christian played pretty good out there throwing for 290 yards and 2 touchdowns.


D. Preston(#2) makes a tackler miss and takes it 66 yards to the house. Preston had a career day with 8 receptions for 146 yards and two touchdowns.
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Week 2 in the NCAA

#18 Mississippi State invades The Jungle and barely wins a tough battle against #11 Auburn 27-24

#2 Alabama's defense has no trouble adjusting to the atmosphere in Happy Valley against Penn State 35-0

#2 Sooners head to Tallahassee to do battle with the #8 ranked Seminoles


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Jan 1, 2011
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Alabama(38)201502
21Oklahoma(21)101486
33Oregon(1)201343
44Stanford(1)201295
55Ohio State201208
66Oklahoma State201142
77Boise State101079
88Florida State201017
99Wisconsin20957
1010LSU11842
1112South Carolina20825
1213TCU2049
1314Michigan State20682
1415Nebraska20632
1518Mississippi State20608
1616Virginia Tech20598
1717Arkansas20538
1811Auburn11481
1919Florida20450
2020Notre Dame20424
2121Texas20369
2223NC State20306
2322Texas A&M01261
2424Arizona State20261
2525West Virginia20228


Dropped Out
None

Others Receiving Votes
USC(168)
UCF(140)
SMU(90)
Maryland(68)
Penn State(64)

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 15, 2011
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Andrew LuckQBStanford35/55, 422 yds, 5 TD, 0 Int, 24 car, 138 yds, 2 TD
Kellen MooreQBBoise State27/39, 391yds, 2 TD, 0 Int, 6 car, 5 yds
LaMichael JamesHBOregon20 car, 96 yds, 1 TD, 5 rec, 128 yds, 2 TD
Denard RobinsonQBMichigan37/68, 439 yds, 1 TD, 2 Int, 36 car, 193 yds, 2 TD
Joe BausermanQBOhio State33/62, 574 yds, 7 TD, 3 Int, 24 car, 78 yds, 1 TD


Western Athletic Conference Conference Standings - Updated: Sep 15, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
Idaho2-01.0000-07033W2
Louisiana Tech1-10.5000-05163W1
Hawai'i1-10.5000-05952L1
Fresno State1-10.5000-04643L1
Utah State0-20.0000-01772L2
New Mexico State0-10.0000-01630L1
San Jose State0-20.0000-0650L2
Nevada0-10.0000-01038L1

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New Mexico State starts their home schedule vs. UTEP after losing on the road to Minnesota

Matchup Preview | September 17, 2011
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UTEP Miners
(1-1(0-1), 0-1 Away)
New Mexico State Aggies
(0-1(0-0), 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
17.5(#102)Points Per Game16.0(#103)
610(#86)Total Offensive Yards339(#119)
200(#93)Rushing Yards49(#119)
1Rushing TD0
410(#63)Passing Yards290(#101)
4Passing TD2
Defensive Stats Comparison
692(#82)Total Yards Allowed342(#10)
199(#33)Rushing Yards Allowed149(#17)
493(#101)Passing Yards Allowed196(#9)
43Points Allowed30
Injury Report
No
Injuries
HB Kenny Turner [78 ovr]
Sprained elbow (3 weeks)
Game Notes
New Mexico State hosts UTEP for their first home game of the season, with the trophy for the battle of I-10 on the line. Last week the Aggies showed that they can at least keep pace with the big boys, their defense played lights out and their offense moved the ball effectively. However this week may not go so well, Kenny Turner is how for the next 3 weeks with an elbow problem. So with the back up running back being in there is not a real threat on the ground. For the Aggies to come out of here with a win the defense is going to have to play good and someone is going to have to step up on offense.


The Battle of I-10 is a rivalry between The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and New Mexico State University (NMSU). It is called the Battle of I-10 because the two universities are located along Interstate-10 connecting El Paso and Las Cruces.
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