Sean Kugler was as good as his word. After getting thrashed, 55-3, at Louisiana Tech, the Miners head coach promised changes in lineups and procedures. There were, and UTEP beat Old Dominion in its centennial homecoming game, 42-35.
What Louisiana Tech did to the UTEP Miners Saturday looked worse than what Kansas State did the weekend before. "Blowout" doesn't begin to describe it. Miners head coach Sean Kugler acknowledges every aspect of the Bulldogs' 55-3 win. He also acknowledges that responsibility lies mainly with him.
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UTEP RB Aaron Jones had 147 yards and the Miners held the ball for almost two-thirds of the game; but in the end, an explosive Texas Tech offense and solid defense left UTEP thinking about what might have been in its narrow 30-26 defeat.
It might be an accident. It might be on purpose. But it was definitely on TV for all to see. Houston's FOX26 news scrolled something very unfortunate underneath the video of their newscast in the wake of Michael Sam's signing with Dallas: "Tony Romo, still the gayest player on Cowgirls."
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