Minnesota does not owe a buyout payment to former men's basketball coach Richard Pitino for his dismissal, according to the separation agreement provided Wednesday by the university.
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Richard Pitino says he wants to "bring that magic back" to the New Mexico men's basketball program.
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Richard Pitino, who was fired by Minnesota on Monday night, was named the next head coach at New Mexico on Tuesday.
— Deon Stroud had 19 points as No. 6 seed Fresno State got past New Mexico 85-77 in the first round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament on Wednesday.
— Adam Thistlewood had a career-high 27 points as Colorado State defeated New Mexico 87-73 on Wednesday night.
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Paul Weir will not return as New Mexico's head coach next season, the school announced Friday.
— Joseph Octave scored 18 points, A.J. Walker had 16, and Air Force beat New Mexico 62-55 on Wednesday night to snap a 10-game losing streak.
— Makuach Maluach had 22 points as New Mexico defeated Air Force 73-65 on Monday night.
— Hunter Maldonado recorded 14 points and 16 rebounds to lift Wyoming to a 79-67 win over New Mexico on Friday night.
— Marcus Williams had 17 points to lead six Wyoming players in double figures as the Cowboys beat New Mexico 83-74 in overtime on Wednesday night.
— Junior Ballard had 16 points as Fresno State got past New Mexico 65-55 on Saturday.
— Junior Ballard scored 18 points and Deon Stroud added 14, both hitting critical shots in the final minute of overtime to lift Fresno State to a 64-62 win over New Mexico on Thursday night.
— Sebastian Mendoza, Jalen Dalcourt, Ralph Agee and Trey Smith scored 16 points apiece and San Jose State defeated New Mexico 83-71 on Saturday.
— Makuach Maluach had a season-high 25 points as New Mexico defeated San Jose State 67-51 on Thursday.
New Mexico's college sports teams can return to the state after New Mexico's COVID-19 guidelines were amended to allow intercollegiate athletics to resume practicing.
— Bryce Hamilton recorded 14 points as UNLV topped New Mexico 53-46 on Monday night.
— Mbacke Diong had a career-high 20 points as UNLV easily beat New Mexico 77-54 on Saturday.
— Justin Bean recorded 13 points and 13 rebounds as Utah State extended its winning streak to eight games, routing New Mexico 82-46 on Friday night.
— Neemias Queta had 18 points and three blocks as Utah State extended its winning streak to seven games, romping past New Mexico 77-45 on Wednesday night.
— Grant Sherfield had a career-high 28 points as Nevada topped New Mexico 84-74 on Saturday night.
— Desmond Cambridge Jr. had 24 points as Nevada defeated New Mexico 68-54 on Thursday night. Grant Sherfield added 20 points for the Wolf Pack.
— Max Rice and Derrick Alston Jr. scored 22 points apiece as Boise State routed New Mexico 89-52 on Wednesday night.
— Derrick Alston Jr. scored 20 points as Boise State cruised past New Mexico 77-53 in a Mountain West Conference opener for both teams Monday night.
— Saquan Singleton had 13 points and 10 rebounds to carry New Mexico to a 104-65 win over Our Lady of the Lake on Tuesday night.