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OffbeatNew Mexico coach apologizes for pregame skirmish

05:40  07 december  2018
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Historical society apologizes for ‘dreaming of a white Dorchester’ holiday card

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) New Mexico head coach Paul Weir is apologizing for the actions of some of his players before Tuesday's game against rival New Mexico State in Las Cruces.

Weir said in a statement Thursday that he was extremely disappointed and wanted to apologize to everyone at New Mexico and at NMSU.

He says he was embarrassed and described the behavior as unsportsmanlike.

Neither Weir nor Aggies head coach Chris Jans witnessed the scuffle that ensued as the teams took the floor to warm up. They didn't want to talk about it much after the game, saying only that they would look into it.

Witnesses reported shoving and punches thrown between the teams.

The Aggies went on to rout the Lobos 100-65.


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