The New Mexico State flagship radio station for football and men’s basketball is changing from 103.9 FM to 98.7 FM in Las Cruces. All football and men’s basketball games will be aired live and in their entirety.
Former Aggie Sim Bhullar made his first official appearance as a member of the Sacramento Kings this week celebrating Indian Heritage in New York City with his owner, Vivek Ranadivé, a native of India.
The New Mexico State football team wrapped up another day of the 2014 fall camp on the practice field west of Aggie Memorial Stadium, Monday, Aug. 18. It was the first practice of the week after taking a day off on Sunday.
New Mexico State volleyball fans in the Las Cruces area will have plenty of opportunities to follow their Aggies as the team will have six matches produced for live television and 14 matches broadcast live over the radio airwaves.