Once Upon A Time In The WAC

Paul Myerberg's WAC death song is enough for those sympathetic with conference realignment consignments Idaho and New Mexico State to find a wall to run through:

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There's only one thing this team can do: go out and win the whole damn thing. Beat New Mexico - again. Knock off UTEP. Kick the snot out of Texas-San Antonio, the Aggies' short-lived conference rival. Beat Louisiana Tech. Sail past Texas State, showing the Sun Belt what they'd be getting. Win the WAC. Earn a bowl berth. Have the best season in school history.

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Leave nothing in reserve. Make the Sun Belt stand up and take notice. Show the rest of the country what those in Las Cruces believe: that this is a program on the rise. Just go out and win the whole thing. The Aggies may no longer control their fate, but they own it.

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