Only three U.S. colleges bear the nickname "Aggies", and two of them play in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).
After Hal Mumme went 11-38 through four brutal seasons at the helm of New Mexico State, DeWayne Walker was brought in to restore some pride in the program.
Walker enters his third season, dragging a dismal 5-20 record (ouch). Las Cruces is no recruiting hotbed, and Walker has struggled to sell the struggling program to prospects. After all, once you tire of turning over rocks to look for scorpions, boredom inevitably sets in.
Think of these stats before you begin complaining about your own college team: from 2000-2009, the Aggies went just 37-83—good enough to earn 108th place—the dregs of college football.
New Mexico State has only had four winning seasons since 1967! That is beyond ridiculous.
And it does not stop there.