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New Mexico Bowl: UTEP vs. BYU
Date: 12/18/2010 Album ID: 1137720
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UTEP fans show their support for the Miner football team as action was underway in the 1st quarter of action in the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl as BYU and UTEP squared off, BYU took an early lead in the 1st qtr 14-0. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP's MarlonMcClure breaks through the line and into the out stretched armas of BYU's Brian Longan during 1st quarter action of the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl. Ruben R Ramirez/EL Paso Times
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UTEP's Pierce Hunter tip toes down the sideline after a catch attempting to stay in bounds during 1st quarter action of hte Miner game against BYU inthe 5th annual New Mexico Bowl. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP wide receiver Marlon McClure returns a kickoff and gets up ended by BYU's Austen Jorgenson (34) during 1st quarter action of the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP fans show their support for the Miner football team as action was underway in the 1st quarter of action in the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl. BYU and UTEP squared off,  with BYU taking an early lead in the 1st qtr 14-0. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP fans show their support for the Miner football team as action was underway in the 1st quarter of action in the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl as BYU and UTEP squared off, BYU took an early lead in the 1st qtr 14-0. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP's Paydirt Pete leads the charge as hte UTEP football team takes the field at University Stadium in Albuquerque, New Mexico as kickoff in the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl was about to get under way. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP's Wiston Jeune and Travaun Nixon attempted to bring BYU's Luke Ashworth down short of the goalline but failed as he easliy walked into the endzone for BYU's second score of the game. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP's Wiston Jeune and Travaun Nixon attempted to bring BYU's Luke Ashworth down short of the goalline but failed as he easliy walked into the endzone for BYU's second score of the game. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP fans show their support for the Miner football team as action was underway in the 1st quarter of action in the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl as BYU and UTEP squared off, BYU took an early lead in the 1st qtr 14-0. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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UTEP fans show their support for the Miner football team as action was underway in the 1st quarter of action in the 5th Annual New Mexico Bowl as BYU and UTEP squared off, BYU took an early lead in the 1st qtr 14-0. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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The football popped out of the hands of UTEP wide receiver Kris Adams at the goal line near the end of the first half Saturday at Lobo Stadium in Albuquerque. Defending on the play was BYU defensive back Andrew Rich. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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UTEP defensive back Trevaun Nixon, 5, was chased by BUY players after he intercepted a pass late in the first half Saturday. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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UTEP quarterback Trevor Vittatoe was sacked by BYU linebacker Jameson Frazier late in the first half Saturday in Albuquerque. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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BYU wide receiver Luke Ashworth got away from UTEP defensive back Wiston Jeune to score in the first half Saturday in Albuquerque. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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A large contingent of UTEP fans went to support their team at the New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque Saturday. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Tiimes
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UTEP coach Miike Price talked to his team during a timeout Saturday. By that time things were not looking good for the Miners. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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UTEP'sMarlon McClure gets separated fromthe ball close to the goal line by BYU's Andrew Rich, as it appeared that the Miners would capitalize on Travaun Nixon's interception earlier. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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