Harvard schools UNM; Alex Kirk’s 22-point night only highlight for Lobos in stunning upset
Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 3:49 pm (Updated: March 24, 4:34 pm)
By Eddie Pells
AP National Writer
SALT LAKE CITY — Among the provisions New Mexico gave coach Steve Alford in his brand-new, 10-year contract was a $125,000 bonus for making the Final Four.
After their latest disappointing loss in the NCAA tournament, the Lobos will save the money, but feel the pain.
Third-seeded New Mexico was handed the biggest upset on the first full day of play in the NCAA tournament, a 68-62 loss to 14th-seeded Harvard on Thursday night.
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