Aggies Heading To Arizona Bowl

NMSU looks to end longest bowl drought in college football

Aggies Heading To Arizona Bowl

The Aggies could land in the Arizona Bowl.

A bowl appearance by New Mexico State (6-6) would be its first since 1960, when it beat Utah State in the Sun Bowl.

QB Tyler Rogers, 3,825 yards passing, 33 total touchdowns.

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LAS CRUCES -After 56 years without, the New Mexico State Aggies are going to a bowl game.

Utah State also closed out the season with a 6-6 mark.

New Mexico State is 6-6 on the season and finished tied for fifth place in the Sun Belt Conference with a 4-4 record after winning three of its final four games, including a 22-17 home win against South Alabama in its regular-season finale on December 2.

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Utah State: After playing in five straight bowl games from 2011-15, winning a school-record three straight from 2012-14, the Aggies return to a bowl for the first time since losing to Akron in the Potato Bowl two years ago.

New Mexico State's last bowl bid came in 1960 against Utah State in the Sun Bowl, a game won by NMSU, 20-13.

The last time they played? Most recently, NMSU went 7-5 in 2002, but was not invited to a bowl. Lower-tier bowl games are typically costly enterprises for schools and New Mexico State isn't in a position to absorb a financial hit.

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Fans stormed the field in celebration after the win and head coach Doug Martin was in tears during the post-game interview.

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