|2014 Regular Season Schedule
|Win||Lose||L > 7||L = 7||Tie||W = 7||W > 7|
|8/30/14 6:10 p.m.||Stephen F. Austin||408||0||W 55-16||1||2||1||4||284|
|9/6/14 11:00 a.m.||@Iowa State||389||17||W 32-28||1||3||3||22||380|
|9/18/14 6:30 p.m.||Auburn||297||109||L 20-14||203||27||54||141||46|
|11/20/14 6:00 p.m.||@West Virginia||230||3|
I just couldn't make the correct answerers green. Even though red is my favorite color, it more accurately represents my emotions about that game. Well, very, very dark blue would be most accurate, but apparently that shade doesn't exist in SBNation's color wheel.
The answers were most likely skewed because of all of our SEC visitors last week, but most voters were overly pessimistic (or more likely optimistic) for the Auburn game. While 27 people got the correct scoring margain, "Uhhhh" was the more perfect description. So those 54 people can pat yourselves on the back and go get a well deserved ice cream. Or sherbet, if you're into that sort of thing.
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Better news is on the horizon, however. UTEP comes to town with twice as many victories as defeats, but their two wins are over the schools of New Mexico, which for some reason have more important things to do than build football programs. Their one defeat came in the way of a four point loss to Texas Tech, but that probably says more about the Red Raiders than it does about the Miners.
It would be unwise to completely write them off, however. UTEP sports the tenth best rushing S&P and 15th best standard down S&P in the nation, and have a stud running back in Aaron Jones (549 yds, 8.0 ypc, 7 TD). If the 'Cats come out listless because of last Thursday, the MIners have every ability to help Auburn beat them twice.