DeWayne Walker's first season as Aggie coach was a long one, but that's not unusual in Las Cruces, where there has been only three winning seasons in the past 30 — one less than the number of posters the team produced for this season. New Mexico State actually started 3-3, then lost its last seven, with many of the defeats of the blowout variety. Making matters worse was the Aggies' anemic passing game, which averaged only 88.77 yards a game and had 18 passes intercepted. Walker hired former Minnesota, California and Northwestern offensive coordinator Mike Dunbar in the offseason in hopes of ending a bowl drought that dates to 1960, the longest skid in Division I-A.
As a run-up to the start of the season, the Wiz will display one poster each day until our supply is exhausted. Last year, the site displayed 69 posters.
Then we turn it over to readers, who will vote on the poster of the year. In the meantime, send your team's poster schedule to jayzuma (at) gmail.com.
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