Fresno State edges last unbeaten team in No. 21 New Mexico


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FRESNO, Calif. — Isaih Moore scored 16 points and Fresno State beat the last unbeaten team in the nation in No. 21 New Mexico, topping the Lobos 71-67 on Tuesday night. Isaiah Hill added 14 points, making three free throws in the final seconds to wrap up the victory for the Bulldogs. Jamal Mashburn Jr. finished with 22 points for New Mexico, which fell to 14-1. Morris Udeze added 18 and Jaelen House had 15. The Lobos came in as the last remaining unbeaten Division I team after No. 1 Purdue's loss to Rutgers on Monday. The 14-0 start was their best since a school-record 17-0 in 1967-68.

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