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Lawsuits filed over professor posing on sex site
Suit claims UNM improperly handled sexual harassment investigation by Abigail Ramirez Daily Lobo
Two professors have filed lawsuits against the University in yet another chapter of the story that has plagued the creative writing
program since associate professor Lisa Chavez posed with students on a sadomasochistic Web site. The professors, Teddy and Sharon Warner, who are married, claim University administrators retaliated against them because Sharon has continued to speak out against the University’s handling of the incident. “One of the main reasons I decided to file a lawsuit was that there really didn’t seem to be any other way to get UNM administrators to listen to the very serious issues
that my colleagues and a number of students have raised regarding both
“From the time that I looked at that Web site until now, my whole life has been turned upside down.” ~Sharon Warner, UNM faculty
the (administration’s) behavior and Lisa Chavez’s,” Sharon said. But Chavez said administrators have already taken care of the situation. “The University investigated this very thoroughly, and this all should be over by now,” she said in an email to the Daily Lobo. Sharon Warner is an English professor, and she was director of the creative writing program when the photos of Chavez with her students were discovered. Sharon Warner filed her lawsuit Sept. 26,
seeking damages for breaches of implied contract, covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and retaliation. Teddy Warner, a professor at UNM Health Sciences Center, filed his lawsuit Tuesday. In it, he claims the University cut his pay by 20 percent because of spousal affiliated retaliation. Teddy Warner was not available for comment. Sharon Warner said the University cut her husband’s pay because she wouldn’t stay quiet about University
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Schmidly reports progress at meeting
Making noise for a new contract
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Junfu Han / Daily Lobo New Mexico Symphony Orchestra player John Marchiando practices during the intermission of the NMSO Player’s Association concert Sunday. The Player’s Association is in contract negotiations with NMSO management. Last year’s contract expired Aug. 31, and the full Symphony Orchestra has not held an official concert since then. The Player’s Association met with the NMSO administration last night to finalize details of the new contract. Make sure to pick up Monday’s Daily Lobo to read the results of the meeting.
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Faculty members are doing more than just speaking out through their Faculty Senate about concerns with the University administration. On Wednesday, before the UNM General Faculty meeting, the American Association of University Professors had a table outside of Woodward Hall to recruit new members. AAUP is a national organization for faculty members at universities all over the U.S. Membership dues are $161 per year in New Mexico, according to flyers UNM AAUP handed out.
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Les Field, professor of Anthropology and AAUP member, said UNM’s AAUP chapter was revived a year and a half ago. He said faculty members decided to unite through this program because of dissatisfaction with the administration, especially with President David Schmidly and the Board of Regents. “To organize through AAUP really is a response to the crisis that this administration has brought about, and the continuing crisis is not going away,” Field said. “It’s fueled by the concerns, the real danger that people feel we’re in.” Field said the AAUP can work in conjunction with the Faculty
Senate, but they are different groups because the Senate works more directly with University administrators. However, he said members of the Faculty Senate can also be members of AAUP. Field said all faculty members should consider leadership positions in AAUP. According to AAUP UNM flyers, nominations for officer positions including president and vice president of AAUP are due Nov. 25. “I think what we’re trying to do is have leadership from across campus,” he said. “You don’t want people burning out when they’re having to work on both sides. You want to have
leaders in AAUP and leaders in the Senate.” During the Wednesday faculty meeting, AAUP members wore stickers which said how many days it would take for the head Lobo football coach, Mike Locksley, to earn their salary. Salaries ranged from one day to 35 days of Locksley’s $750,000 a year salary. Field said it would take Coach Locksley 24 days to earn his salary of about $69,600 per year. He said that the UNM chapter of AAUP is just beginning, but it will likely grow into a strong voice for faculty.
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President Schmidly had a rough Wednesday. Several hours after fielding questions from reporters at the press conference regarding the Sept. 20 Locksley incident, Schmidly walked to Woodward Hall to listen to the concerns of more than 300 faculty members at their general faculty meeting. The voting faculty called the special meeting to check on Schmidly’s progress in fulfilling resolutions they passed in February. Faculty Senate President-Elect Richard Wood said the meeting Wednesday was a step in the right direction. At the meeting, Wood said it was necessary for faculty to have “a real commitment to recognizing positive changes have happened and that we insist together on the faculty voice as co-architects of bringing this University into the future.” Schmidly said that he made significant progress in three of the faculty’s six recommendations at their Feb. 25 meeting. In particular, the president said he’d made strides to providing a means of “360 degree” evaluation for the University administrators. Also, the president had reached a decision on the faculty’s suggestion that the Office of Facilities and Finance report to executive vice presidents rather than Schmidly himself. This summer, Schmidly asked for input from faculty members by
see Faculty meeting page 3 To educate the students of N.M., I earn: days of the football coach’s salary
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Daily Lobo asks you: â€œI think itâ€™s still too soon to tell if heâ€™s done well for us. â€Ś I donâ€™t have anything against him, and I think he has made good decisions, but itâ€™s just still too soon to tell how they are going to affect the entire process.â€?
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NEW MEXICO DAILY LOBO Itâ€™s been one year since President Obama was elected. How do you think he has done in office so far?
â€œI donâ€™t think heâ€™s doing too well, actually. He said he was going to end the war and everything. â€Ś He had my vote but he hasnâ€™t done any thing Nick Chaharlang about the war. I Freshman think heâ€™s doing Physical Therapy a little bit better with the whole Iranian situation because I myself am Iranian, and I think heâ€™s doing a better job than what Bush was doing.â€?
â€œI think heâ€™s really just let us down on a lot of his promises so far â€Ś Heâ€™s done some good things, but I donâ€™t know â€Ś I think heâ€™s still got Cody Colbath a long way to go, Freshman International and I think when Business it comes time for reelection itâ€™s going to be tough for him to win again.â€?
â€œAt least he is engaging the public and telling the American people which direction he wants to go in, in very clear Paul Helphenstine terms, and Senior University Studies then going out and doing things, and for that I give him very high marks.â€?
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administrators failing to complete a proper sexual harassment and ethics investigation into Chavezâ€™s activities. Carrie Moritomo, spokeswoman for the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, said the Human Rights Bureau investigated Teddy Warnerâ€™s claim and determined a probable cause for complaint on July 17. Moritomo said the bureau inspected information provided by Teddy and the University. University spokeswoman Susan McKinsey said the University couldnâ€™t comment on pending litigations or on details of the complaint in the lawsuit. However, McKinsey said the University has followed protocol in regard to the Chavez situation. â€œWe do want to say that from first awareness of the allegations in question, the University has treated this matter seriously and has devoted extraordinary time and resources to its investigation, exhaustive review and resolution, including the hiring of both an independent investigator and an outside facilitator, and a thorough review through the levels of upper administration,â€? she said in an e-mail to the Daily Lobo. How it all got started: An anonymous letter about Chavezâ€™s activities with a sex-for-pay organization â€” signed by â€œappalled parentsâ€? â€” was sent to then English department chairman David Jones. According to the lawsuit, the letter stated Chavez was â€œputting herself in the public eye on the Internet by
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offering sexual conversation and private rendezvous for money.â€? Sharon Warner was ordered to check the Web site peplove.com to see if the allegations were true, and if Chavez appeared with graduate students in the pictures. Sharon Warner found Chavez posing as Mistress Jade with one former graduate student and two graduate students who were in the program at the time. Chavez posed as a dominatrix professor disciplining her misbehaving students. â€œFrom the time that I looked at that Web site until now, my whole life has been turned upside down,â€? Sharon Warner said. â€œAll I did was what my department chair asked me to do.â€? Nancy Ava Miller, who runs the People Exchanging Power phonesex organization, said the pictures on the Web site were posed and Chavez didnâ€™t have a sexual or romantic relationship with the graduate students. â€œWhen you read about it, it sounds as if there was an older person taking advantage of maybe an underage child, but the graduate student in question was an older, married woman and a dear friend of Professor Chavezâ€™s,â€? she said. Sharon Warner said Jones reluctantly submitted an e-mail requesting a sexual harassment investigation to UNMâ€™s Office of Equal Opportunity after he learned about the pictures. Jones declined to comment. Editor-in-Chief Rachel Hill Managing Editor Abigail Ramirez News Editor Pat Lohmann Assistant News Editor Tricia Remark Staff Reporters Andrew Beale Kallie Red-Horse Ryan Tomari Online Editor Junfu Han Photo Editor Vanessa Sanchez Assistant Photo Editor Gabbi Campos Culture Editor Hunter Riley
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Miller said Chavez quit her job at People Exchanging Power, though sheâ€™d worked there less than a year, shortly after the situation arose at the University. Sharon said the University stopped the OEO investigation and hired an independent investigator to look into the matter. Attorney Beth German, who conducted the independent University investigation, declined to comment. Sharon Warner said the investigation was not about Chavezâ€™s activities with students, but about how Sharon Warner had fabricated the accusations, her behavior and the alleged pictures. Sharon Warner gave the investigator a copy of the pictures, which had been removed from the Web site, to prove she wasnâ€™t lying. Sharon said the investigator then closed the investigation and said there were no instances of sexual harassment, a hostile learning environment or illegalities in the case. â€œThey just basically wanted everybody to shut up about it and not say anything,â€? Sharon Warner said. â€œSo much damage was done to so many students and to faculty members by this enforced silence and by never really looking at what happened.â€? Sharon Warner said she later resigned as director of the creative writing program. This case and the pending litigation against head football coach Mike Locksley for a physical altercation with former wide receivers
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coach J.B. Gerald parallel in the way the University handled them, Sharon Warner said. â€œThe similarities to the Locksley case are really quite striking, because in both cases somebody abused their power relationship,â€? she said. â€œThen the University pretended to do an investigation and the truth didnâ€™t come out but they just said, â€˜Weâ€™ve investigated; here are our findings; now go back to work.â€™â€? Sharon said she would like to see the University do a proper investigation into Chavezâ€™s actions with students. â€œI would really like if the University would uphold its own policies,â€? she said. â€œI want to make it hard for them to mistreat somebody else the way theyâ€™ve mistreated me and students and to bring this out into the open, because this University needs to uphold its sexual harassment policy and it doesnâ€™t. It doesnâ€™t protect students at all.â€? Miller said no harm was done to students through Chavezâ€™s actions, but she can understand why Sharon Warner feels compelled to file a lawsuit. â€œItâ€™s clear when I read the lawsuit that this is not just something (Sharon Warner) is doing to get money,â€? she said. â€œShe strongly feels that she needs to do this to protect the school and herself and the students, and she feels that the students have been somehow harmed by the situation, but I donâ€™t think thatâ€™s true. I donâ€™t think anyoneâ€™s been harmed.â€?
Timeline of events July 26, 2007 English department receives letter from â€œappalled parentsâ€? about professor posing on sadomasochistic Web site with students Sharon Warner visits Web site and verifies letterâ€™s claim
Aug. 7, 2007 Chavez asked to take down photos
Sept. 18, 2007
English Dept. Dean David Jones requests OEO sexual harassment investigation
Oct. 7, 2007 President Schmidly orders independent investigation instead
Nov. 6, 2007 Warner learns investigation alleges she lied about the photos
Nov. 30, 2007 Investigation unofficially clears Warner of all wrongdoing
January, 2008 Chavez sent on sabbatical a semester early
March 23, 2008 Warner resigns as creative writing program director
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Shooting at military base leaves 12 dead by April Castro and Devlin Barrett The Associated Press
FORT HOOD, Texas — An Army psychiatrist set to be shipped overseas opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post Thursday, authorities said, a rampage that killed 12 people and left 31 wounded in the worst mass shooting ever at a military base in the United States. The gunman, first said to have been killed, was wounded but alive and in stable condition under military guard, said Lt. Gen. Bob Cone at Fort Hood. “I would say his death is not imminent,” Cone said. Col. Ben Danner said the suspect was shot four times and was in critical condition. The man was identified as Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, a 39-year-old
from Virginia. President Barack Obama called the shooting at the Soldier Readiness Center, where soldiers who are about to be deployed or who are returning undergo medical screening, “a horrific outburst of violence.” “It’s difficult enough when we lose these brave Americans in battles overseas,” the commander in chief said. “It is horrifying that they should come under fire at an Army base on American soil.” There was no official word on
motive. Hasan had transferred to Fort Hood in July from Walter Reed Medical Center, where he received a poor performance evaluation, according to an official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the case publicly. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, RTexas, said generals at Fort Hood told her that Hasan was about to deploy overseas. Retired Col. Terry Lee, who said he had worked with Hasan, told Fox News he was being sent to Afghanistan.
Faculty Senate President Doug Fields told the faculty about the status of the audit they requested during February’s meeting. The Senate secured a place at the table during audit meetings just in case it is necessary for the auditing firm to meet with the University. At the meeting, Fields summarized the Senate’s resolution on the matter. “We further authorize the Faculty Senate President to withdraw the faculty support for that audit process if, in his judgment, it is not pursued in a reliable and transparent way,” he said. Several components of the audit resolution have been modified since then, including getting rid of fiscal years 2003 and 2004 in the scope of work for the hired audit firm. At the September Audit Committee meeting of the Board of Regents, the two fiscal years were removed because the University used a different accounting system then, making it difficult to provide relevant comparisons between the time before and after the transition. The Nov. 4 meeting was the first time many faculty members had heard of the removal, judging from the reaction in the audience, and several asked Faculty Senate President Doug Fields — who was present at the September Regents meeting — to reconsider omitting the years from the audit’s scope. At the end of the meeting, the
faculty passed all three resolutions regarding their commitment to shared governance and their stances on the Higher Learning Commission accreditation report and UNM’s financial situation.
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distributing surveys about the administration’s performance to the Faculty Senate. “I did incorporate 360 degree evaluations during the summer of ’09 by soliciting Faculty Senate input on all upper-level administrators,” he said. “I recognize the time frame was not ideal since many senators were off campus in the summer. Therefore, it is my intention to implement the process during the academic year at a time that will be conducive to academic input.” Later in the meeting, Professor Maggie Werner-Washburne, who is not a member of the Faculty Senate, said she was concerned that she didn’t hear about the summer evaluations. In response, former Faculty Senate President Howard Snell suggested the evaluations seek input from all members of the general faculty — not only members of the faculty’s governing body. Also, Schmidly cited the financial climate as reason to disregard a request in another of the faculty’s recommendations. The recommendation asked for the Office of Facilities and Finance to report to two executive vice presidents — one for Academic Affairs and another for Health Sciences — instead of Schmidly. “These are difficult financial times,” he said. “The finances of the institution are my responsibility. … For that responsibility, I must have the CEO reporting directly to me.”
Jay Janner / AP Photo Sgt. First Class Noe Figueroa waits to get back on base outside the Clear Creek gate at Fort Hood in Klleen on Thursday, after a mass shooting. “I think it’s sad for all the soldiers that got hurt, that got killed. It shouldn’t have happened,” he said.
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Editorial Daily Lobo addresses outcry over ‘fat’ column Victor Murthy’s column, “It’s time for UNM’s fat people to change their ways,” published in Tuesday’s paper, has drawn criticism for Murthy and the Daily Lobo itself. In just two days, the column has generated numerous letters to the editor and more than 80 comments online, which is unprecedented for any other opinion piece this year. Many of these comments questioned the Daily Lobo’s discretion in printing the letter. We would like to clarify a few points. The Daily Lobo did not pay Murthy to write the column. When we receive a long letter to the editor about a topic that has not been presented in an article in the news, sports or culture sections, we may consider labeling it a guest column. Since the Daily Lobo did not print a story relating to obesity or a topic of that nature, we decided to label Murthy a “guest columnist.” Columnists’ opinions do not reflect the opinions of the Daily Lobo staff. Murthy’s letter was not printed at the expense of another, perhaps more relevant letter. Serving a relatively small community, the Daily Lobo receives a limited number of letters to the editor each day. Many other daily newspapers serve populations of over 50,000 people and therefore draw from a larger pool of opinionated individuals. We always welcome your letters to the editor. The Daily Lobo is also looking for columnists to write about politics, current events, science and philosophy.
Letter ‘Techno Guy’ has the same rights as everyone else on campus Editor, The fact that the UNM Techno Guy is not allowed to play music outside the SUB on Tuesdays and Thursdays between his classes is mind blowing. UNM allows monstrous displays of abortion and “James the Apostle” preaching his ideology day after day for the last two weeks, and gives local musicians the opportunity to display their talents by the bronze statues where the sound spills into classrooms. Regardless of what genre of music you prefer, the UNM Techno Guy isn’t disrupting “learning” taking place outside the SUB, but promoting good tunes, great conversation and providing a much-needed break from classes. Try taking a minute away from your iPods and cell phones as you travel across campus: Do you like being an ant? This seems like a moot point for a liberal campus that tries to promote individuality and self expression. Bring the techno back and bring back your rights. Joseph Ament UNM student
LetterS Vandal doesn’t understand true meaning of anarchy Editor, When I looked at the Lobo on Wednesday morning the first thing I saw was the photo of the message from an “anarchist” left on a wall at Smith Plaza. Eager to transfer to UNM, let me say something about myself. I am 36, I have four kids, a 3.6 GPA and I work 20 hours a week. Before I began to attend CNM, a friend, who apparently saw some talent in me, literally had to beg me to even check out the school, apply for financial aid, etc. I gave up a $10/hour job with benefits to come back to school. Now I can say that I am extremely proud of my achievements, and for the first time in years, I recognize potential in myself and I can see my future as more of a concrete reality, with a real shot at success. Which brings me to my point: Being accepted to the University three years ago seemed so abstract, and the fact that now I will be attending is a dream come true. So I wonder — how does the person who painted that message feel about his or her own education? I mean, here he or she is, at a university, learning various disciplines, math, science, English, history, philosophy, etc., but oddly, amid all of this learning he or she is at a point where anarchy seems more appealing? One thing that disturbs me about this is that
Bungles upon bungles in the administrative jungle Editor, I attended the press conference Wednesday in the Lobo room where Vice President of Human Resources Helen Gonzales interviewed “witnesses” to the “mistake” made by Coach Locksley.
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I feel this individual is truly not familiar with what anarchy really is. In fact, looking through history, anarchy has never really been a successful system — it usually involves violence and starvation. Sure, many of us don’t want to live in a police state — but do we want all of the crazies and criminals running around without institutions to keep others safe, and to protect our individual liberties and properties? They should ask themselves — “How well did anarchy work in Rwanda? Somalia? Croatia? Nepal?” Not well; not well at all. I am also thinking of this person’s family. Maybe the person is paying for his or her own education, but based on the immaturity of his or her act of vandalism, I doubt it, which makes me wonder — are the vandal’s parents shelling out money for him or her to behave in this manner? Or is he or she using federal money to pay for it? Either way, the individual cannot argue that the “establishment” is the destructive force, when he or she has committed a crime against public property. See, that is why we have laws — because individuals such as this cannot leave things that don’t belong to them alone. The other thing that bothers me is that I feel the individual doesn’t realize how involved he or she is with implements of society — the or she is using nearly as much as the rest of us. Sure, he or she may be a vegan, may recycle, and may use the bus instead of owning a car, but he or she is a hypocrite. He or she needs to learn what went into the manufacturing of the spray paint he or she
used — the chemicals, the land used for the paint factory, the jobs created by the manufacturing of the paint. Also consider that spray paint is pretty toxic — a good contributor to ruining the quality of the atmosphere. He or she should also consider that it costs money to build that wall, and it will cost money and man power to clean and repair the wall. I would imagine this person spends a lot of time on a computer searching for more conspiracies and reasons to complain about American debauchery. If there were anarchy, there would be no Internet — and possibly no computers. And no colleges to vandalize. So I guess the last thing I’ll say to this individual is this: If you are tired of society, then leave. Go out and live in the woods in Montana or Dakota. You will be free of capitalism, free of rules, free of the organized society that angers you. You see, as oppressive as you think our society is, you have the freedom to leave. I have the freedom to earn my degree, get a productive job, and raise my four sons as productive citizens. Yes, my friend, I am my own master. And I can be my own master without vandalizing property or complaining constantly about a society that gave me and many others a second chance in life. I was just like you once. Then I put down the bong and grew up.
A neutral party, outside the Athletics Department, should have done the investigating. That was Athletics Director Paul Krebs’ bungle. Gonzales said that Shannon Garbiso’s notes did not contain witness statements verbatim but were paraphrases from witness interviews. That was Garbiso’s bungling. There is a difference of opinion on whether Locksley swung, choked, flailed his arms around, etc. New Mexico state code states battery, Section 30-3-4, “is the unlawful, intentional touching or application of force to the person of another, when done in a rude, insolent or angry manner.” Whoever commits battery is guilty of a petty misdemeanor. If my professor were so upset at President Schmidly during a heated departmental meeting that the professor got up and made contact with the president, would the professor get a 10day suspension? I think not. Another bungle. Then Schmidly talked about Gonzales and Krebs having the highest integrity, saying they didn’t cover anything up. I don’t think there is enough evidence to claim there was a cover-up. But anyone can see incompetence abounds at UNM.
The parties making the bunglings are Schmidly, Gonzales, Krebs, Locksley and Garbiso. And who is suffering now? — J.B. Gerald. Back to Krebs. He stated at a news conference Sept. 28, “I do not believe this is a reflection of his dealings. It’s not a reflection of his character. This does not shake my faith in his leadership whatsoever.” He blamed it on the stress of coaching and said it was probably worsened by New Mexico’s winless start. But in Wednesday’s conference he said that the two issues (the “mistake” and the football record) have nothing to do with each other. Another bungle. What side of his mouth is he going to speak out of next? I believe that some of the assistant coaches, some of the players and some of the student body have lost confidence in this system to effectively, competently lead. At what point do we stop the downward spiral, eliminate the incompetent and get UNM back to respectability again? That is when I will probably buy any UNM sports tickets again.
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Below, for your enjoyment, is my take on what’s going on in the sporting world: MLB I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard someone in Albuquerque call him or herself a “disgruntled sports fan.” I would be a millionaire and give the whole journalism gig up. As a sports reporter, even at the college level, I don’t like to use the old phrase, “I am a fan of so-andso.” It gets old really fast. Unfortunately for me, it has come to that point. I, a New York Mets fan, didn’t want to see the Phillies advance to and win another World Series, even if it meant the crosstown Evil Empire had to win it all. And they did, in six games. Plain and simple for me, yes, the Yankees won, and it’s not so bad living 2,000 miles away from the cocky Yanks’ fans. But what pleases me more: the Phillies still lost. NFL Since the beginning of the Super Bowl era, no No. 1 seed from either the NFC or AFC has made it to face off in the NFL’s championship game. So, for the Indianapolis Colts’ and New Orleans Saints’ sake, I hope one of them can drop four or five games, so as to get a lower seed in the NFL’s tournament. As much as I would love to see this match up as would the rest of America in the Super Bowl, it’s not going to happen. The football gods have blessed us with exciting NFL playoff action and two great championship contests the last two years. So we’re doomed to have a Super Bowl XXVI-like (San Francisco 55, Denver 10) game on the first Sunday in February 2010. NCAA Football So you think things for Lobo football are bad right now? How about some exciting Western Kentucky Hilltopper football? Western Kentucky is a whopping 0-8 just like UNM. But unlike the Hilltoppers, the Lobos have at least looked competitive. Western Kentucky has allowed 60-plus points in three of its eight games in losses at Tennessee, Middle Tennessee State and North Texas. The lowest margin of defeat for Western Kentucky came on Oct. 17 to Louisiana-Lafayette, 30-22. If not for a late Jake Gaebler touchdown catch from Kawaun
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Outlook bad for both Locksley and Utah game by Isaac Avilucea Daily Lobo
Advil claims to be the every pain reliever. Extra-strength, Mike Locksley? Nothing can help Locksley’s head pounding anguish, especially considering the UNM football team’s upcoming schedule, let alone the pending litigation which he will surely be served with in the near future for his involvement in a physical altercation with former wide receivers coach J.B. Gerald. Yep, woe is Locksley. And, ahh, just when he thought it couldn’t get any worse — what? — a visit from No. 17 Utah. Thus the Lobos embark on the fourgame stretch which is more obstinate than obsidian. And it’s not just Utah: the Lobos will face two other ranked teams — BYU and TCU — in the next four weeks. But hold on just a minute. It might be hard to imagine, but Utah, when ranked, has had a particularly tough time putting UNM away. Enter last year’s narrow 1310 Utah escape at University Stadium as evidence. The four times the Utes faced the Lobos while ranked, they’ve split the series, 2-2. “Any Saturday,” said quarterback Donovan Porterie, “anything can happen.” True, but don’t be fooled into getting comfortable. The Utes, despite what history tells us, are not welcomed respite in the Lobos’ schedule. So then what’s the formula to upset, Locksley? “You have to be very opportunistic,” he said. “Get in the red zone — you have to score touchdowns instead of field goals. You got to come up with some big stops and some turnovers. You may have to have a return in the kicking game.” Wait, that sounds like all the things the Lobos have yet to do right — or, at least, have yet to do well enough. In UNM’s most complete effort — according to Locksley — last
week against San Diego State, the Lobos came out three points short, despite UNM unleashing a few surprise wrinkles, including an onside kick early in the game. The Aztecs were saved, in part, by a controversial call, when Lobo wide receiver Bryant Williams was ruled to have caught the ball inbounds on 4th-and-20, but upon review, the call was overturned. Building blocks, baby steps — call it what you will, Locksley said it was measurable progress. “It was by far our best day of converting third downs, which allowed us to sustain drives,” he said. “And Donovan Porterie is probably playing his best football now. We’ve seen small steps. Not necessarily with the wins and losses.” But will the Lobos’ most excellent be enough to outdo the Utes, who play at home and are on a five-game winning streak entering Saturday’s contest? As if the Lobos didn’t have enough problems, they won’t even know for sure who’ll start as quarterback for Utah — Terrance Cain or Jordan Wynn? Kyle Whittingham, the Utes’ head coach, refuses to tip his hand. Come on, coach, it’s the Lobos. “Kyle’s being very coy,” Locksley said. Cain, who is 7-1 as a starter this year, was replaced in the third quarter by Wynn, who guided the Utes to 19 unanswered points and a win over Wyoming. Either way, Locksley said, the Lobos are in an inauspicious situation. “We’ve got a tough challenge ahead of us with a team that’s ranked — a team that perennially is one of the top teams, not just in our conference, but in the country,” Locksley said. “With that being said, I’ve been very proud of how our team’s responded to these types of challenges.” Perhaps this is so. But Locksley, take the Advil to Salt Lake City just in case.
Vanessa Sanchez / Daily Lobo Quarterback Donovan Porterie throws the ball on the run in this file photo. The Lobos will travel to Salt Lake City to face No. 17 Utah on Saturday
THIS WEEK'S LOBO EVENTS Baseball
Fri 11/06 Cherry vs. Silver 2pm Sat 11/07 Cherry vs. Silver 12pm Lobo Baseball Field
Women's Basketball Mon 11/09 vs. Eastern NM The Pit
Football Sat 11/07 @ Utah
Fri 11/06 Alpine @ Ausblick Cup in Copper Mountain, CO Sat 11/07 Nordic @ Colorado Cup in Crested Butte, CO
Sat 11/07 vs UNLV 7pm Soccer/Track Complex
Thurs-Sun 11/12-15 @ MPSF Conference Tournament in Denver, CO
Women's Soccer Sat 11/07 @ BYU in Mountain West Conference Tournament in Provo, UT
Swimming & Diving Fri 11/06 @ BYU Sat 11/07 @ Utah
Fri-Sun 11/06-08 hosts Southwest Collegiate Invitational Lobo Tennis Club
Sat 11/07 vs. BYU 7pm Johnson Center Thurs 11/12 @ UNLV
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