Fresno State forward Karachi Edo (4) and guard Jahmel Taylor contest a drive to the basket by New Mexico guard Jalen Harris in the second half of the Lobos’ 78-73 victory. New Mexico made 29 of 33 free throws in the game, compared to just 7 of 12 for the Bulldogs.
Fresno State forward Karachi Edo (4) and guard Jahmel Taylor contest a drive to the basket by New Mexico guard Jalen Harris in the second half of the Lobos’ 78-73 victory. New Mexico made 29 of 33 free throws in the game, compared to just 7 of 12 for the Bulldogs. JUAN ANTONIO LABRECHE Associated Press
Fresno State forward Karachi Edo (4) and guard Jahmel Taylor contest a drive to the basket by New Mexico guard Jalen Harris in the second half of the Lobos’ 78-73 victory. New Mexico made 29 of 33 free throws in the game, compared to just 7 of 12 for the Bulldogs. JUAN ANTONIO LABRECHE Associated Press

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