University of New Mexico football coach Danny Gonzales isn’t opposed to recruiting transfers from junior colleges, especially when they’re eligible to play three seasons in four years.
This is the case of cornerback Josh Williamson of Reedley College in California.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound Williamson recorded three interceptions, a fumble recovery and 17 tackles in his lone season for 7-4 Reedley.
Williamson had two assists in one game, Reedley’s 38-6 win over Siskiyous.
Williamson took to Twitter on Tuesday night to announce his commitment to the Lobos. One of the photos showed him posing with UNM cornerbacks coach Troy Reffett.
Williamson tweeted, “After a great visit to the University of New Mexico, I’m fortunate to say I’ve been given a full ride and am fully committed!!!”
MWC ON TV: The Mountain West Conference announced Wednesday its first four games to appear on the CBS television network during the upcoming football season.
None of the games will feature the Lobos.
The first of four selections will begin on Saturday, September 3, when San Diego State hosts Arizona in the grand opening of Snapdragon Stadium. Kick-off is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. PST
Air Force will play twice on CBS, hosting Colorado (September 10) and Navy (October 1). The Falcons and Buffaloes will kick off at 1:30 p.m. MT, while the Commander-in-Chief contest against the contenders will begin at 10 a.m. MT.
CBS’ broadcast slate ends with Utah State in Boise State on Friday, Nov. 25 at 10 a.m. MT.
All four CBS matches will also air live on Paramount+.
The CBS Sports Network and FOX Network television packages for the 2022 football season will be announced Thursday.
RECORD BOOK: UNM’s sports communications department recently won the Football Writers Association of America’s “Super 11” award, which recognizes the top performing sports news services in the Football Bowl subdivision.
Coincidentally (or not?) Frank Mercogliano, UNM’s assistant athletic director for communications, recently reviewed the Lobo football record book.
Mercogliano has compiled lists of every 100-yard rushing game, every 100-yard receiving game, and every 300-yard passing game since 1959. As if that weren’t enough, even previous annual schedules have been updated. day with attendance and weather. information, so if you want to know when the last game rained, or how many games had a lightning delay, it’s all available.
The UNM football record book is available at: https://storage.googleapis.com/golobos-com/2022/04/c3745c0d-football-records-2022-v2.pdf