# Do You Know New Mexico State Aggies Football?

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### With a 40.5% conversion rate, how many fourth downs did New Mexico State attempt in 2008?

• A.

37

• B.

19

• C.

13

• D.

23

A. 37
Explanation
In 2008, New Mexico State attempted 37 fourth downs. The conversion rate of 40.5% indicates that out of all the fourth downs they attempted, they were successful in converting 40.5% of them. This suggests that they attempted a total of 37 fourth downs and were successful in converting a portion of them.

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• 2.

### In 2008, New Mexico State was tied with what other WAC team in PAT percentage at 100%?

• A.

Idaho

• B.

Hawaii

• C.

Utah State

• D.

A. Idaho
Explanation
In 2008, New Mexico State was tied with Idaho in PAT percentage at 100%. This means that both teams had a perfect record of successfully converting point after touchdown attempts. The question is asking for the team that had the same PAT percentage as New Mexico State, and the correct answer is Idaho.

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• 3.

### How many passing yards did New Mexico State's Chase Holbrook average per game on 457 throws in 2008?

• A.

280.1

• B.

350.1

• C.

180.1

• D.

150.1

A. 280.1
Explanation
In 2008, Chase Holbrook of New Mexico State averaged 280.1 passing yards per game on 457 throws.

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• 4.

### New Mexico State kicker Kyle Hughes was tied for second in scoring with how many points in 2008?

• A.

66

• B.

12

• C.

54

• D.

30

C. 54
Explanation
In 2008, New Mexico State kicker Kyle Hughes scored a total of 54 points, which tied him for second place in scoring.

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• 5.

### New Mexico State won the 86th "Battle of I-10" in 2008 with a final score of what?

• A.

54-53

• B.

34-33

• C.

24-23

• D.

44-43

B. 34-33
Explanation
In the 86th "Battle of I-10" in 2008, New Mexico State emerged as the winner with a final score of 34-33.

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• 6.

### How many net yards did New Mexico State's Justin Buries have on 153 carries in 2008?

• A.

456

• B.

581

• C.

205

• D.

106

B. 581
Explanation
In 2008, Justin Buries from New Mexico State had 581 net yards on 153 carries. This means that he gained a total of 581 yards while carrying the ball 153 times.

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• 7.

### Who led New Mexico State with four touchdowns and 45.6 rushing yards per game average in 2007?

• A.

Brandon Perez

• B.

Tonny Glynn

• C.

Chris Williams

• D.

Justine Buries

B. Tonny Glynn
Explanation
Tonny Glynn led New Mexico State with four touchdowns and an average of 45.6 rushing yards per game in 2007.

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• 8.

### Who led the team in scoring with 67 points for New Mexico State in 2007?

• A.

Paul Young

• B.

Brandon Allen

• C.

Tonny Glynn

• D.

Chris Williams

A. Paul Young
Explanation
Paul Young is the correct answer because he led the team in scoring with 67 points for New Mexico State in 2007.

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• 9.

### A total of 58 solo tackles was a team high recorded by which New Mexico State player in 2007?

• A.

Derrick Richardson

• B.

Alex Bernard

• C.

Dante Floyd

• D.

Michael Brewer

A. Derrick Richardson
Explanation
Derrick Richardson recorded a team-high of 58 solo tackles in 2007 for New Mexico State.

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• 10.

### Out of 295 first downs in 2006, how many came from rushing for New Mexico State?

• A.

57

• B.

215

• C.

290

• D.

155

A. 57
Explanation
In 2006, out of the total 295 first downs, only 57 came from rushing for New Mexico State.

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• 11.

### In 2006, New Mexico State gained 1,247 yards rushing but netted how many after lost yards?

• A.

337

• B.

1,080

• C.

910

• D.

1,230

C. 910
Explanation
In 2006, New Mexico State gained a total of 1,247 yards rushing. However, they also lost some yards during the season. To find the net yards after lost yards, we need to subtract the lost yards from the total gained yards. Therefore, the correct answer is 910, indicating that New Mexico State had a net gain of 910 yards rushing after accounting for the lost yards.

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• 12.

### Where was New Mexico State ranked in the WAC with 399.3 yards passing per game in 2006?

• A.

1st

• B.

9th

• C.

5th

• D.

2nd

D. 2nd
Explanation
In 2006, New Mexico State was ranked 2nd in the WAC with 399.3 yards passing per game. This means that they had the second highest passing yardage average among all the teams in the conference.

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• 13.

### Out of 5,702 yards of total offense for New Mexico State in 2006, how many were passing yards?

• A.

1,247

• B.

910

• C.

4,792

• D.

3,555

C. 4,792
Explanation
In 2006, out of the total offense of 5,702 yards for New Mexico State, 4,792 yards were passing yards.

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• 14.

### What was New Mexico State Aggie Chase Holbrook's completion percentage on 566 pass attempts in 2006?

• A.

55.2

• B.

89.1

• C.

60.5

• D.

70

D. 70
Explanation
Chase Holbrook's completion percentage on 566 pass attempts in 2006 was 70%.

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• 15.

### How many points did New Mexico State's defense allow in 2005, which ranked them last in the WAC?

• A.

465

• B.

419

• C.

360

• D.

292

A. 465
Explanation
New Mexico State's defense allowed 465 points in 2005, which ranked them last in the WAC. This indicates that their defense performed poorly, as they allowed the highest number of points compared to other teams in the conference.

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