Colorado St. 20, New Mexico 6
UNLV 27, New Mexico 20
Louie Sakoda kicked two field goals and No. 10 Utah scored it's only touchdown off a little trickery to keep its BCS bowl hopes intact with a 13-10 win over New Mexico on Saturday night.
Safety Aaron Kirchoff returned a fumble 96 yards for a game-changing touchdown and Air Force overcame three early turnovers to beat New Mexico 23-10 Thursday night.
New Mexico 70, San Diego St. 7
Max Hall threw for three touchdowns and No. 9 BYU survived its lowest scoring game of the season with a 21-3 win over New Mexico on Saturday, extending the nation's longest winning streak to 16 straight.
Tulsa 56, New Mexico 14
Rodney Ferguson ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns and freshman James Aho tied a school record with five field goals to help New Mexico beat Arizona 36-28 on Saturday night.
Jerrod Johnson replaced the injured Stephen McGee and threw three touchdown passes as Texas A&M gave coach Mike Sherman his first win with the Aggies, 28-22 over New Mexico on Saturday.
Take a look at what MWC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Paul Baker ran for 167 yards in his first start, and Donovan Porterie threw for career-high 354 yards and two touchdowns to help New Mexico beat Nevada 23-0 in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday.
New Mexico running back Rodney Ferguson, the team's top rusher each of the past two seasons, won't play in the New Mexico Bowl after being declared academically ineligible.
New Mexico 27, UNLV 6
Utah 28, New Mexico 10
Utah was 1-3 after a loss to lowly UNLV, but coach Kyle Whittingham's steady hand has guided the Utes to a six-game winning streak, writes Adam Rittenberg.
New Mexico 26, Colorado St. 23