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The University of New Mexico's football team is known as the Lobos. The UNM Lobos compete as a member of the Mountain West Conference and play their home games at University Stadium. Their traditional colors are cherry and silver. University Stadium is where the UNM Lobos play their home games. It is located on the UNM campus in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Lobos have been playing their home games at University Stadium since 1937.

The Lobos football team has a long and storied history. They have won 14 conference championships and have made 26 bowl appearances. The Lobos have also produced a number of NFL players, including Hall of Famer Mel Blount.

The Lobos are currently coached by Bob Davie. They finished the 2017 season with a record of 3-9. The Lobos will look to improve upon that record in 2018.

The University of New Mexico Lobos first fielded a football team in 1892. The squad was without a head coach for the years 1892 to 1893, as well as 1899. From 1895 to 1898, 1900, and 1902, the Lobos did not have a football team. Ralph Hutchinson served as the Lobos' head coach from 1911 to 1916, leading them to yearly records of 0–5, 3–3, 3–1-2 4–1 and 4-2 during that stretch. Hutchinson's Lobo teams did not compete in a conference and played only New Mexico schools until 1913, when the team joined the Border Conference. 

From 1919 to 1930, the Lobos were coached by Roy W. Johnson. He led them to an undefeated 9–0 record in 1922 and capture of the 1923 Sun Bowl Title, which is still their only bowl appearance and victory as an NCAA Division I school (then known as the University Division). In his first season in 1930, Johnson's Lobos posted an 8–2 record and a share of the conference championship. This was followed by consecutive seasons of 6–4, 7–3, 8–2 and 5–5. Johnson was fired after compiling a losing record of 5–6 in 1934. He was replaced by James Collett, who led the Lobos to a 4–4–1 record in 1935 and 3–5-1 in 1936.

The school's football history became more storied under Collett's successor, Dr. George H. Mahan. The Lobos compiled a record of 19–5–1 in his first two seasons. In 1938, the Lobos again shared the Border Conference championship and won their first ever trip to a bowl game, the 1938 Sun Bowl, where they defeated West Texas State Teachers College 14-13. The Lobos went 8-2 in 1939 and 7-2-1 in 1940, sharing the Border Conference championship both seasons. In 1941, the Lobos were invited to the 1941 Cotton Bowl, where they defeated Texas Tech University 26-14. The win gave the Lobos their first ever Top 25 ranking in the AP Poll, at #19.

The Lobos then compiled consecutive 8–3 seasons in 1942 and 1943. The Lobos won the Border Conference championship in 1944 with a perfect 8-0 record. They were invited to the 1945 Sugar Bowl, where they defeated Tennessee 28-13. This was followed by a 7–3 season in 1946 and 6–4 season in 1947.

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