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    New Mexico’s Cameron Bairstow scores under the basket in front of UNLV’s Roscoe Smith in the first half of Wednesday’s game in Albuquerque. Eric Draper/The Associated Press

Posted: Friday, January 17, 2014 6:48 pm | Updated: 8:22 pm, Fri Jan 17, 2014.

After the recent win at Wyoming, a game in which the announced crowd of 4,711 was less than a third of the Arena Auditorium’s 15,000-seat capacity, University of New Mexico men’s basketball player Alex Kirk said it’s difficult to win in places like that because the energy has to come from within rather than the environment of the building.

For the suddenly reeling Lobos, their next task presents more of the same issues. Considering how bleak things now look for the defending Mountain West Conference champions, that’s not good.

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