New Mexico Soccer Player Suspended Video

BYU advances in MWC tournament despite dirty play from New Mexico. How dirty? Junior defender Elizabeth Lambert has been suspended indefinitely from the New Mexico Lobo women's soccer team. Elbowing, punching, and hair-pulling is illegal - even in MMA.

Dirty. And despite being so dirty - the Mexicans didn't score - losing 1-0.

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8 comments:

  1. The "Mexicans" didn't score?

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  2. Anonymous11:19 AM

    Are the New Mexicans from the 505?

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  3. Uh....yeah....they're kinda my neighbors.

    You know you're from 505 if ...

    You've had a school day canceled because there was 2” inches of snow on the ground.
    You know what an Arroyo is.
    Your high school's name was a Spanish word (La Cueva, Eldorado, Sandia, Manzano...)
    There is a kachina somewhere in your home or yard.
    You believe that bags of sand with a candle in them are perfectly acceptable Christmas decorations.
    Most restaurants you go to begin with El, La or Los.
    You remember when Santa Fe was not like San Francisco.
    You hated Texans until the Californians moved in.
    You price-shop for tortillas.
    You have an extra freezer just for green chile.
    You think a red light is merely a suggestion.
    You believe using a turn signal is a sign of weakness.
    You don't make eye contact with other drivers because you can't tell how well armed they are just by looking.
    You think six tons of crushed rock makes a beautiful front lawn.
    You have read a book while driving from Albuquerque to Las Vegas.
    You can't control your car on wet pavement.
    You just got your fifth DWI and got elected to the state legislature in the same week.
    Your swamp cooler got knocked off your roof by a dust devil.
    All your out-of-state friends and relatives visit in October.
    You know Las Vegas is a town in the northeastern part of the state.
    You are afraid to drive through Mora and Espanola.
    You don't see anything wrong with drive-up window liquor sales.
    Your other vehicle is also a pick-up truck.
    Two of your cousins are in Santa Fe, one in the legislature and the other in the state pen.
    You know the punch line to at least one Espanola joke.
    Your car is missing a fender or bumper (or a turn signal and aligned headlights).
    You know the response to the question "red or green?"
    You also know what, “Throw an egg on it” means.
    You're relieved when the pavement ends because the dirt road has fewer pot-holes.
    You can correctly pronounce Tesuque, Cerrillos, and Pojoaque
    You have been told by at least one out-of-state vendor they are going to charge you extra for international shipping.
    You can order your Big Mac with green chile.
    You see nothing odd when, in the conversations of the people in line around you at the grocery store, every other word of each sentence alternates between Spanish and English.
    You associate bridges with mud or an arroyo, not water.
    You know you will run into at least three cousins whenever you shop at Wal-Mart, Sam's or Home Depot.
    Tumbleweeds and various cacti in your yard are not weeds. They are your lawn.
    If you travel anywhere, no matter if just to run to the gas station, you must bring along a bottle of water and some moisturizer.
    Trailers are not referred to as trailers. They are houses. Double-wide trailers are real houses.
    A package of white flour tortillas is the exact same thing as a loaf of bread. You don't need to write it on your shopping list; it's a given.
    At any gathering, regardless of size, green chile stew, tortillas, and huge mounds of shredded cheese are mandatory.
    A tarantula on your porch is ordinary.
    A scorpion in your tub is ordinary.
    A poisonous centipede on your ceiling? Ordinary.
    A black widow crawling across your bed is terribly, terribly common.
    A rattlesnake is an occasional hiking hazard. No need to freak out.
    And you also know where Hatch is.
    You can spell Albuquerque.

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  4. Anonymous2:20 PM

    Is it true that Mexico gets its donkeys from New Mexico?

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  5. "Is it true that Mexico gets its donkeys from New Mexico?"

    Could be Anonymous...but this much I know....jackasses can be found most anywhere. Especially and moreso in high population density areas.

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  6. Anonymous4:03 PM

    I meant the donkeys that we use in Tijuana because they have very much small penis, you know?

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  7. Anonymous8:07 PM

    You don't want to be too critical?! Are you kidding?! Your not sure what set her off???? There is NO excuse for any of her behavior. What are you running for governor and worried about voters? What ridiculous commentary.

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  8. "You don't want to be too critical?! Are you kidding?! Your not sure what set her off???? There is NO excuse for any of her behavior. What are you running for governor and worried about voters? What ridiculous commentary."

    Did you read the same article? Nowhere does is ask, 'What set her off' Nowhere does it say 'We don't want to be too critical'.

    You drunk or perhaps reading a 2nd article and commenting on the wrong one due to a crosseyed problem?

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