Lobos to Host Boise State on Saturday After San Diego State Game Postponed
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Mountain West announced Tuesday that New Mexico will host Boise State this Saturday (Jan. 15) at The Pit after the Lobos’ originally scheduled game against San Diego State on that date had to be postponed due to COVID-19 related concerns within the San Diego State program. If the San Diego State game cannot be rescheduled, it will be declared a no contest.
To replace the San Diego State game, the Mountain West rescheduled the New Mexico-Boise State game, originally scheduled for Feb. 8, for Saturday. It will tip-off at 3:30 p.m. at The Pit and air on FS1.
Season ticket holders should use the Boise State ticket and parking pass (dated Feb. 8) for admission for this Saturday’s game. The tickets and parking passes dated Jan. 15 will be good for whenever the San Diego State game will be rescheduled. Fans with individual game tickets for the San Diego State game can either hold onto them for admission whenever that game is rescheduled, or can exchange them at the UNM Ticket Office for the Boise State game.
New Mexico visits UNLV tonight. Game time in Las Vegas is 9 p.m. MT (8 p.m. PT) and the game will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network and the Lobo Radio Network.